The final table of the £10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event will begin at 2 pm local time on Sunday at the Empire Casino.
We started with 362 players on Monday and action was spread out over three different casinos. After six grueling days of poker, we're down to the final nine. American Matthew McCullough is the chip leader with 1,278,000.
Tomorrow, one of the following players will win £1,000,000 and a coveted WSOPE bracelet:
Seat 1: Johannes Korsar (Uppsala, Sweden) - 1,134,000
Seat 2: Oyvind Riisem (Bergen, Norway) - 664,000
Seat 3: John Tabatabai (London, UK) - 982,000
Seat 4: Annette "Annette_15" Obrestad (Sandnes, Norway) - 697,000
Seat 5: Dominic Kay (London, UK) - 490,000
Seat 6: Matthew McCullough (Cherry Hill, NJ, USA) - 1,278,000
Seat 7: Theo Jorgensen (Copenhagen, Denmark) - 605,000
Seat 8: Magnus Persson (Gothenburg, Sweden) - 1,231,000
Seat 9: James Keys (Bury St. Edmunds, UK) - 172,000
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Annette_15 raised to 33,000. Matthew McCullough reraised to 150,000. Gus Hansen moved all in for 586,000. Annette_15 folded. McCullough quickly called. He had Hansen covered.
McCullough was ahead with kings. The flop was . The turn was the and the river was the . Gus Hansen's hand could not improve and The Great Dane bubbled off the final table in 10th place. Hansen won £41,630 for 10th place.
With Hansen's elimination, the final table of nine players is set. Stay tuned for official chip counts.
Gus Hansen opened up for a raise UTG for 42,000. Theo Jorgensen reraised to 132,000. Everyone folded back to Hansen. He went into the tank for three minutes before he eventually folded. Jorgensen is also from Copenhagen, Denmark.
For the majority of the day, the featured table has attracted little in the way of spectators, but now we've reached the final 10, they've arrived in hordes and have absolutely swamped the room -- it's more packed than a magician's hat!
But where did they all come from? Perhaps it's stumble-out-of-the-pub time, or maybe it's simply the fact that King Gus has brought his hysterical fans along, but either way, there's certainly a tad more electricity in the air causing the tension to increase tenfold.
John Tabatabai won an uncontested pot. He raised preflop and did not get any callers. Tabatabai's boisterous railbirds stood up and chanted something indecipherable. I wonder if any of them will clash with James Keys' rowdy and drunken fans?
On the first hand, action folded to Matt McCullough who moved all in from his small blind. Gus Hansen went into the tank for four minutes before he folded his big blind. The camera crew did not see his cards, and they asked him to flash them again to the hole cam.
"I don't want you guys to see these f*****g cards!" joked Gus.
The disco (where the featured TV table is located) is jam-packed with spectators, railbirds, media, staff, and other random folks. The final ten players are here and action will continue until we are down to nine players.
Magnus Persson is the chipleader with 1,300,000. He holds a slight lead over Johannes Korsar in second place with 1,200,000.