There will be only nine players returning to their seats as the final day of the $25,500 MILLIONS World gets underway. The unofficial final table was solidified in the last hand of the night yesterday. In an event with notable pros littering the field, it is no wonder that the final table is also stacked.
Leading the way is Steve O'Dwyer with 81,275,000 for the second consecutive day. O'Dwyer also boasts the highest career earnings among the finalists as he will move over the $25,000,000 mark and into the top 10 of all time. The next biggest stack at the table is nobody to shake a stick at either, as Ben Tollerene will come into the day with 74,750,000. Tollerene also has over $10,000,000 in career earnings and both players can be found many of the high roller tournaments throughout the world.
There are a couple of names that don't often play in these big high rollers, but with a huge $10 million guaranteed prizepool and the chance to satellite into the event, there was plenty of opportunities for players to make a name for themselves. Andras Nemeth (42,675,000), Charles La Boissonniere (26,225,000), and Paul Tedeschi (22,475,000) each have a chance to lock up an absurd amount of money.
Each of the nine players are all guaranteed at least $250,000 but with each elimination comes a pay jump. The top three finishers will earn a seven-figure payday while the winner will be taking home a cool $2,000,000. The action will get underway at 12 p.m. local time at the Baha Mar Resort in the Bahamas with the blinds resuming at level 29. The blinds will start out at 350,000/700,000 with a 700,000 big blind ante. They will be 60-minutes in length and will play down until a winner is crowned.
Final Table Redraw
|1||Ben Tollerene||United States||74,750,000|
|2||Charles La Boissonniere||Canada||26,225,000|
|6||Niall Farrell||United Kingdom||35,525,000|
|7||Roger Teska||Unites States||34,200,000|
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