Jamie Cervantes enters the final table with a chip count of 7,570,000, which is fourth at the table. At one point on Day 5, Cervantes owned a massive chip lead, holding close to 20% of the chips in play with 17 players remaining after he made the first elimination of the day in a massive pot.
According to The Hendon Mob, Cervantes has scant live tournament experience with only two registered cashes, totaling $9,204 both coming from 2021. The native of Vancouver, Washington does however have a $29,779 cash from the 2020 WSOP.com Main Event where he finished in 36th place, proving his poker chops through the online world.
He has already made a big splash on the live poker scene by making the final table of this massive event and he will be looking to finish off his run in incredible style.