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Event #43: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em
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Will Chris Ferguson Win Bracelet Number 7?

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After three days of play, Event #43: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em was down to six players. An additional fourth day was needed, and it will be one to remember. It's a stacked final table with one runaway chipleader.

Leading the way is 2017 WSOP Player of the Year and six-time WSOP bracelet winner Chris "Jesus" Ferguson with 5,680,000 in chips, good for 95 big blinds.

While he has the majority of chips in play, Ferguson faces some tough competition when play gets back underway at noon. Here's the line-up:

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Chris FergusonUnited States5,680,00095
2Michael MarderUnited States1,765,00029
3Timur MargolinIsrael3,520,00059
4Dylan LindeUnited States1,330,00022
5Ryan LaplanteUnited States700,00012
6Ismael BojangGermany2,360,00039

Timur Margolin came close to winning this event in 2015, finishing runner-up to Matthew O'Donnell for $341,338. Can he battle back and this time earn his first bracelet? Or will it be Ismael Bojang, by some "experts" tipped as a real contender before the Series even started.

Dylan Linde, another longtime grinder with an impressive resume but lacking a bracelet, brings a stack worth 22 big blinds. Bracelet winner Ryan Laplante starts short as well with just 12 big blinds. Michael Marder is one of the middle stacks with 29 big blinds to work with.

The final six players will return to the Brasilia Twitch stage today at noon and play down to a winner. You can watch along, live and for free, via Twitch. We have the live stream embedded as here in the live reporting as soon as it gets underway at the one-hour delay. We will continue our hand-for-hand coverage with Hand #33, with 11 minutes left in level 28 at blinds at 30,000/60,000 (10,000 ante) without a delay.

One of these players will take home the $507,274 first-place prize along with the most coveted jewelry in the game. Who will it be?

PositionPlayerCountryPrize
1  $507,274
2  $313,444
3  $223,564
4  $161,371
5  $117,894
6  $87,189
7Jeff HakimLebanon$65,284
8Andre HanebergGermany$49,498
9Josh BergmanUnited States$38,009
Player Chips Progress
Chris Ferguson us
Chris Ferguson
us 5,680,000
Timur Margolin il
Timur Margolin
il 3,520,000
Ismael Bojang at
Ismael Bojang
at 2,610,000
Michael Marder us
Michael Marder
us 1,765,000
Dylan Linde us
Dylan Linde
us 1,330,000
Ryan Laplante us
Ryan Laplante
us 700,000

Tags: Chris FergusonDylan LindeIsmael BojangMichael MarderRyan LaplanteTimur Margolin