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Don't Miss It! WCOOP-69-H: $10,300 8-Game [High Roller] Plays to a Champion Tonight

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Stephen "stevie444" Chidwick

Due to yesterday's bumper schedule, the seven remaining players from Saturday's WCOOP-69-H: $10,300 8 Game [High Roller] received an extra day of rest to focus on the Sunday grind before returning to conclude one of the toughest events on the calendar. Tonight, the wait is over, and at 6:05 p.m. UTC, the seven that remain out of a field of 67 will continue their quest for WCOOP glory.

The $670,000 prize pool will be fully divided among these matadors, with each of them guaranteed at least $28,088 for their efforts. The winner will receive the lion's share, promising a payday of $235,531, as well as the WCOOP title and accompanying bragging rights for conquering one of WCOOP's most skill-intensive tournaments.

The Final Seven

SeatPlayerCountryChips
1Mike "goleafsgoeh" LeahCanada630,136
2Andrew "ClockWyze" PantlingCanada1,608,141
3hotmark777Lebanon786,905
4RaulGonzalezGermany1,223,376
5Stephen "stevie444" ChidwickUnited Kingdom1,037,300
6Joao "Naza114" VieiraMalta973,666
7No ShockCanada440,476

Needless to say, with a five-figure prize tag and eight rotating games, some of poker's finest will be taking a seat tonight including chip leader Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling, who returns with 1,608,141 in chips. While Pantling might start off the night in the most coveted position, he still has his work cut out for him as a table containing the likes of Stephen "stevie444" Chidwick, Joao "Naza114" Vieira, and Mike "goleafsgoeh" Leah awaits.

PokerNews will be right there when cards go back in the air and cover every game of this event as we play down to a champion, so make sure to stay glued to your screen to stay on top of all things WCOOP!

WCOOP-69-H: $10,300 8-Game [High Roller] Final Table
WCOOP-69-H: $10,300 8-Game \[High Roller\] Final Table