2022 888poker XL Winter Series WSOPC Rozvadov
$600 Main Event
Days:

Who Will Walk Away with the $66,000 First-Place Prize & RIU Reno IX Title?

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Run It Up Reno IX final table

The Run It Up Reno IX $600 Main Event is down to the final table of nine from a record 760-entry field.

Jordan Spurlin will begin the day as the chip leader with a massive 6,715,000 stack, which is more than a third of the chips in play.

Colton Blomberg (5,265,000) is the other big stack at the table, with more than 100 big blinds when play resumes with 10:09 in Level 25 with the blinds at 25000/50000/50000.

Vincent Newland, who came into Day 2 as the overall chip leader, comes back to the final table third in chips (2,845,000), with Sung Song in fourth (2,400,000).

One of those players will take home the championship and the first-place prize of $66,000. That figure is a record for the Run Up Reno Main Event, which drew an all-time high of 720 entries.

Final Table Lineup

NameTableSeatChip Count
Khoa TranFeature1875,000
Voislav IvanovskiFeature21,605,000
Daniel SisemoreFeature3915,000
Sung SongFeature42,400,000
Bohao ZhuFeature51,075,000
Jordan SpurlinFeature66,715,000
Vincent NewlandFeature72,845,000
Colton BlombergFeature85,265,000
Jon SwiftFeature91,515,000

Day 3 commences at noon Monday but the final table will be streamed with a dynamic delay on https://www.twitch.tv/runitup, beginning at 3 p.m. The PokerNews live updates will coincide with the stream, so join us then as we capture all the action on the way to crowning a RIU Reno IX Main Event champion.