After the elimination of Mark Radoja in 10th place, the remaining nine players have come together to form the unofficial final table of nine.
Esther "Etay" Taylor leads the field with 1,800,000 in chips in search of her first WSOP gold bracelet. She's joined by notables Ryan Laplante, hunting for bracelet number two, and Shannon Shorr, who is also looking to earn his first bracelet.
Here is a look at the seating assignments and chip counts of the final players:
|Table||Seat||Player Name||Country||Chip Count|
|Miranda 601||1||Fernando Brito||Brazil||610,000|
|Miranda 601||2||Sebastian Langrock||Austria||405,000|
|Miranda 601||3||Zahir Gilani||Canada||820,000|
|Miranda 601||4||Jerry Callahan||United States||890,000|
|Miranda 601||5||Ryan Laplante||United States||1,460,000|
|Miranda 601||6||Shannon Shorr||United States||990,000|
|Miranda 601||7||Victor Choupeaux||France||285,000|
|Miranda 601||8||Esther Taylor||United States||1,800,000|
|Miranda 601||9||Jagdeep Singh||India||550,000|