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A Winner Will be Crowned Today in the WSOPC Horseshoe Baltimore Main Event

SandraBarbour
Michael Wang

Out of a field of 303 players, only eight players will return to the felt today at 12 noon local time to continue to battle it out until a champion a crowned in the WSOP Circuit Horseshoe Baltimore $1,700 Main Event.

Returning as the chip leader will will be two-time Circuit ring winner Ryan Jones with 2,100,000. He is followed by Faisal Siddiqui with 1,890,000 and Joseph Cashen rounds up the top three with with a stack of 1,225,000. These are the only stacks above the one-million mark.

Ryan Tamanini (990,000), Mark Redding (970,000), and Michael Wang (875,000) will be taking back their seats at the final table as well along with shorter stacks Shinya Shamada (660,000), and Joseph Malebranche (415,000). Wang claimed two victories and one runner-up finish at this stop and will be looking to lock up an astonishing third win within a week.

The final 8 players are all guaranteed to collect $11,860 but all eyes will be on the six-figure top prize of $113,143 as well as the title and the Circuit ring. They will line up as follows when action resumes:

Final Table Seat Draw

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Ryan TamaniniUnited States990,00040
2Michael WangUnited States875,00035
3Shinya ShimadaJapan660,00026
4Joseph CashenUnited States1,225,00049
5Ryan JonesUnited States2,100,00084
6Joseph MalebrancheUnited States415,00016
7Faisal SiddiquiUnited States1,890,00075
8Mark ReddingUnited States970,00039

Play will resume at Level 24 with blinds of 10,000/25,000 with a 25,000 big blind ante.

The PokerNews Live Reporting Team will be on the felt providing you with all the action throughout this final day.

Tags: Faisal SiddiquiJoseph CashenJoseph MalebrancheMark ReddingMichael WangRyan JonesRyan Tamanini