The final table is set for Event #2: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em (Eight Handed), and leading the way by a very large margin is Trevor Pope. Pope was the only person to bag over a million chips, and will enter the final day with an astounding 3,420,000 chips. His closest competitors, David Vamplew and Jared Hamby, both bagged 629,000 chips.
Joining those three at the final table is World Series of Poker bracelet winner Dan Kelly. In 2010, Kelly won the $25,000 Six-Max event, earning a cool $1,315,518. He added another big score in 2012, when he finished third in the L.A. Poker Classic for $521,770.
Rounding out the final table are Jamie Armstrong, Brendon Meyers, David Peters, and Darryll Fish. All four of those players have terrific results both live and online, but they are all looking for that "breakthrough" moment on the live circuit.
The cards will be in the air at 2 p.m. local time. Be sure to check back for all of your live coverage straight from the final table right here on PokerNews.com!