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Who Will Claim the Ring in WSOPC Event #10: $400 CHRISTMAS COLOSSUS?

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Anson Tsang

Another champion in the 2020 GGPoker World Series of Poker Winter Online Circuit will be crowned today in WSOPC Event #10: $400 CHRISTMAS COLOSSUS. Out of a field of 3,628 entries, just nine hopefuls remain to battle for the lion's share of the $1,364,128 prize pool. Among them are three players who already lifted the coveted WSOP gold bracelet for the winner shots.

Anson "[email protected]" Tsang sits in fifth place with a stack of 14,645,804 while Chris Moorman is seventh in chips with 8,902,777, followed by Tomas Ribeiro in eighth with 5,905,218. For Tsang and Ribeiro it would be the second WSOP-branded victory in a Pot-Limit Omaha event.

At the top of the leaderboard is Austria-based Cosmin-Ionut "cosmiNik89" Nica with a stack of 39,867,686. There is already a big gap to the next duo, Murilo "Fruble" Milhomem (21,262,547) and San Marino's "KING MC" (21,135,225) are separated by fewer than one big blind.

The Final Table of WSOPC Event #10 $400 Christmas PLOSSUS

PositionPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Cosmin-Ionut "cosmiNik89" NicaRomania39,867,386100
2Murilo "Fruble" MilhomemBrazil21,262,54753
3KING MCSan Marino21,135,60453
4SHOOT_YOURFACECanada19,400,60453
5Anson "[email protected]" TsangHong Kong14,645,80437
6Kristof "ultrafish" SegersBelgium10,447,48126
7Chris MoormanUnited Kingdom8,902,77722
8Tomas RibeiroPortugal5,905,21815
9v_NistelrooyRussia3,349,7848

*Big Blinds are based on level 22, which might rollback for the final table

All nine finalists have $17,892 locked up for the efforts thus far while the winner is slated to take home $178,921 and the WSOP Online Circuit ring. Prior to the restart, all players will pick their seats in chip count order and the blinds are expected to recommence at 200,000-400,000.

The final table will recommence at 1.30 p.m. Eastern Standard (6.30 p.m. UTC) and the action will be broadcasted on a delay with cards-up coverage commentary on the GGPoker.tv Twitch channel. All PokerNews updates will be based on the real-time progress with showdown cards only.

Tags: Anson TsangChris MoormanCosmin-Ionut NicaTomas Ribeiro

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