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$10,300 Main Event

Who Will Win $1,000,000 and the 2019 partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Vegas at Aria


Heading into the last day of competition, there are just 13 players still with a chance to win the 2019 partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Vegas at Aria and the $1,000,000 that comes along with it. The lion's share of the over $5,000,000 prizepool is still up for grabs and plenty of big names are still in the mix.

Leading the charge after three days is Frank Stepuchin who has put on quite a show at the table. While some may not agree with his antics, it's a formula that works for him and he has accumulated a massive chip lead. Stepuchin will bring 11,725,000 chips to the felt today, more than double that of any of his competitors. Tom Marchese sits in a distant second place with 5,805,000 but with the two players sitting at the same table to start the day, Marchese will be looking to close the gap in a hurry.

Rounding out the top three is another American poker pro, Jeremy Ausmus with 5,625,000 chips. It's been a bit of a rollercoaster ride for Ausmus throughout the tournament but he has managed to find his way to the top of the counts after each of the first three days. Some other big names to keep an eye on include Chris Moneymaker (4,105,000), Ana Marquez (4,085,000), Rainer Kempe (2,260,000), and Sergio Aido (1,705,000).

2019 partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Vegas @ Aria $10,300 Main Event Day 4 Seating Draw

TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
11Martin MathisUnited States1,180,00017
12Chris MoneymakerUnited States4,105,00059
13Ana MarquezSpain4,085,00058
14Sergio AidoSpain1,705,00024
15Jeremy AusmusUnited States5,625,00080
16Sergi ReixachSpain2,240,00032
21Conor BeresfordUnited Kingdom4,515,00065
22Frank StepuchinUnited States11,725,000168
23Tobias DuthweilerGermany4,050,00058
24Freddy DeebUnited States2,195,00031
25Fahredin MustafovBulgaria4,100,00059
26Tom MarcheseUnited States5,805,00083
27Rainer KempeGermany2,260,00032

The action will get underway at 1 p.m. local time, a bit of a later start due to the late finishing time of Day 3. The blinds will resume on level 29 at 40,000/80,000 with an 80,000 big blind ante. The levels will still be 60 minutes in length with a 15-minute break after every two levels. There will not be a dinner break today in an effort to crown a winner in a timely manner.

The 30-second shot clock will still be in play and each player will return with the same amount of time extensions that they finished Day 3 with. Each time extension is worth 60 seconds and they will be refreshed to a total of three once the final table of nine is reached.

Follow along with the PokerNews live reporting team for all of the live updates and to find out who will take home the MILLIONS trophy and $1,000,000!

Tags: Ana MarquezChris MoneymakerConor BeresfordFahredin MustafovFrank StepuchinFreddy DeebJeremy AusmusRainer KempeSergio AidoTobias DuthweilerTom Marchese