The third and final day of the 2012-13 World Series of Poker Circuit Harrah's Cherokee is set to begin in 30 minutes or so, and the overwhelming chip leader of the remaining 11 players is Hugh Henderson. Henderson bagged over four million chips, giving him a quarter of the chips in play, and the next closest competitor is Jonathan Moseley (2.395 million). Henderson finished third in Event #53 of the 2012 WSOP, earning $322,866.
George Zinaty is the only other play to bag over two million chips. Zinaty won a massive pot off of Fernando Tobal, when he open shoved for three-times the pot with a flush draw. Tobal called with two pair, and Zinaty hit Broadway on the river.
Once there is a single elimination today, the remaining 10 players will combine to make an unofficial final table. From there, we will play until there is one player standing, and that player will earn $250,380, a seat into the Souther Comfort Proof 100 WSOP National Championship, and a seat into the 2013 WSOP Main Event.
The cards will be in the air soon, so stay tuned.