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Event #56: $10,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em Championship
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One Player to Win $721,453 At the End of the Road in Event #56: $10,000 6-Handed NLHE Championship

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Asi Moshe

At 2 p.m. local time, the final day of Event #56: $10,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em Championship will see 19 players out of 329 entries returning to four tables to play down to one winner. Follow along to see who gets to claim the first-place prize of $721,453 and a gold 2021 World Series of Poker bracelet at the end of the day.

All 19 players have secured at least $27,132 at the start of the day, but a pay jump is looming as 18th place awards them $33,042.

Boris Kolev is in the lead with 2,185,000 in chips which is worth 87 big blinds when the cards go in the air. He is followed by Asi Moshe with 1,980,000, who already has four bracelets in his collection. Completing the top three is Matt Berkey with 1,765,000 in chips.

But there are plenty of familiar faces left in the field who are no stranger to success on the felt. Nikita Kuznetsov, Vojtech Ruzicka, Ariel Mantel, Steve Yea, Fabian Gumz, Roland Rokita, Ben Yu, Pavel Plesuv, Abhinav Iyer, Nacho Barbero, JJ Liu, Mike Sowers, Sam Grafton, Olivier Rebello, Ben Diebold, and Eli Ross all have chips to play with today.

Final Day Seat Draw

TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountsBig Blinds
4061Roland RokitaAustria1,010,00040
4062JJ LiuUnited States653,00026
4063Ariel MantelArgentina1,395,00056
4064Eli RossUnited States285,00011
4065Empty   
4066Olivier RebelloCanada450,00018
      
4141Pavel PlesuvMoldova865,00035
4142Nikita KuznetsovRussia1,560,00062
4143Empty   
4144Mike SowersUnited States590,00024
4145Steve YeaSouth Korea1,130,00045
4146Sam GraftonUnited Kingdom535,00021
      
4201Ben YuUnited States995,00040
4202Empty   
4203Asi MosheIsrael1,980,00079
4204Nacho BarberoArgentina695,00028
4205Empty   
4206Abhinav IyerIndia780,00031
      
4211Matt BerkeyUnited States1,765,00071
4212Fabian GumzGermany1,100,00044
4213Empty   
4214Ben DieboldUnited States374,00015
4215Boris KolevBulgaria2,185,00087
4216Vojtech RuzickaCzech Republic1,450,00058

When the action kicks off at 2 p.m. at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, the tournament will restart with blinds at 10,000/25,000/25,000 on Level 21.

Stick around to see who will grab that top prize and the bragging rights as the live updates will be provided right here by the PokerNews live reporting team as the action unfolds.

Remaining Payouts

PlacePrize
1$721,453
2$445,892
3$293,578
4$198,205
5$137,303
6$97,660
7$71,373
8-9$53,637
10-12$41,181
13--18$33,042
19$27,132

Tags: Abhinav IyerAriel MantelAsi MosheBen YuBoris KolevFabian GumzJJ LiuMatt BerkeyMike SowersNikita KuznetsovPavel PlesuvSam GraftonSteve YeaVojtech Ruzicka