The final table of the 2020 PokerStars Stadium Series Freezeout Weekly Final - High: $2,100 starts at 7:05 p.m. CEST with nine players returning to battle it out for the lion-share of the $1,536,000 prize pool. The tournament originally had a prize pool set of $1,500,000 but was surpassed as the event attracted 768 players.
Ukraine's "VladTheSlaye" finds themselves at the top of the counts with 21,772,013 in chips. Second in the counts is Canada's Parker "tonkaaaa" Talbot with 17,581,939 which is worth almost 150 big blinds. "LeslieGroves" from Russia comes back onto the final table with 8,282,882 in chips.
EPT Barcelona 2014 winner Andre "Dönig" Lettau, 2016 bracelet winner "Philip "Grindation" McAllister", EPT Copenhagen 2010 winner Anton "Bomber&Granater" Wigg, and Alexandru "alexxt7" Farcasanu are still in it too with two-time Sunday Million winner "thx4urm0n3y" and "losero88" who won it once.
This is how they are going into the final table:
|Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Parker "tonkaaaa" Talbot||Canada||17,581,939||147|
|Andre "Dönig" Lettau||Germany||7,599,608||63|
|Philip "Grindation" McAllister||United Kingdom||5,130,570||43|
|Anton "Bomber&Granater" Wigg||Sweden||5,001,765||42|
|Alexandru "alexxt7" Farcasanu||Romania||3,895,096||32|
All players have secured at least $23,615 and a ticket to the Grand Final on Sunday, August 2 worth $5,200. They will finish the remainder of Level 31 which has a small blind of 60,000, a big blind of 120,000, and a running ante of 15,000. After this level, the duration of each level will increase to 30 minutes.
Play will continue until a winner has been crowned and PokerNews will be here from the first shove until the final river card has been dealt so stick around