Canadian Michael Gentili is leading the final six players of PokerStars Championship Bahamas $5K Main event with total 6,175,000 chip counts.
Christian Harder is at second place with total 5,985,000 chip counts at the final table of tis prestigious final table, while Russia’s Aleksei Opalikhin holds third place at the end of the day with total 4,590,000 chip counts.
The final table of six players included players from Canada, Russia, United States and Denmark. Three players from United states of America, where one is from other three nations.
Final six players at the table are as follows:-
Michael Gentili Canada 6,175,000
Christian Harder USA 5,985,000
Aleksei Opalikhin Russia 4,590,000
Michael Vela USA 1,755,000
Rasmus Glæsel Denmark 1,560,000
Cliff Josephy USA 1,240,000
Total 16 players were at the starting point of the day. Players eliminated from the 16 remaining were
The first player who hit the rail on final day of the game was a New Yorker Michael Vela. His live tournament earnings is over $2 million, and majority of which came for him from playing at 2007 WPT World Poker Finals at Foxwoods.
Some notable players who didn’t came through final table were John Dibella of United States, Marcin Kapkowski of Poland, Allon Allison of Canada, Michael Bartholomew of Canada, Alan Schein, Ryan Riess and Jason Mercier of the United States of Amera, whereas Pedro Cabeca of Portugal.
Now all eyes will be on Michael Gentili and Christian Harder who have good number of chip counts to their names. It may be possible that anyone out of six players win the title, but looking at the chips it is clear that Genteli will have an edge over other players in the match.
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