The final table of the 2020 PokerStars Stadium Series Freezeout Grand Final - Medium: $530 NLHE will kick off at 7:05 CEST with nine players out of 4,234 entries returning to the virtual felt to battle it out to a winner. They have all secured at least $20,157, but will all have set their sights on that $302,359 first-place prize that comes with winning the Grand Final.
Romania's Alexandru "JustPray" Marcu comes back for the final table with the chip lead of 76,809,592. Marcu is followed in the counts by the UK's "RB Tiger with 67,241,489 and Estonia's "luckyluck653" trails behind them with 57,397,341. Brazil still has four players in the running with Rodrigo "digopapel" Semeghini, Caio "pessagno" Pessagno, Fernando "ferdahouse" Santos, and "KKing James". And then there's Germany with "The_Senseman" and Canada with "hanji" on the final table.
This is how the players are going into the final table with a redraw at the start of the day:
|Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Alexandru "JustPray" Marcu||Romania||76,809,592||64|
|"RB Tiger"||United Kingdom||67,241,489||56|
|Rodrigo "digopapel" Semeghini||Brazil||49,201,375||41|
|Caio "pessagno" Pessagno||Brazil||41,519,452||35|
|Fernando "ferdahouse" Santos||Brazil||24,807,451||21|
When the players return, they will finish the remaining minutes of Level 44 which features a small blind of 600,000, a big blind of 1,200,000, and a running ante of 150,000. Once this level is over, the level duration will increase to 28 minutes and play will continue until there is one champion left. The PokerStars Twitch stream will be live once again with hole cards showing on a 30-minute delay with commentary provided by James Hartigan, Joe Stapleton, and guest commentators on the Grand Final with the High buy-in.
This is what they are still playing for:
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