Seat 2: Joe Kuether (4,420,000)
No one at the final table has won more playing poker than Joe Kuether, who according to The Hendon Mob has amassed just over $7 million in lifetime earnings dating back to 2009.
Kuether began Day 5 on the shorter side of things but used his experience to maneuver his way to the final table where he sits sixth in chips.
Originally from Wisconsin, Kuether has one seven-figure score on his poker résumé when he finished in second place in the 2015 PCA $25K High Roller for $1,050,000. His second-largest cash of $424,044 came when he placed fifth in the 2014 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open $5,300 Main Event.
Other big scores are $262,994 for finishing third in the 2015 WPT Borgata Championship and $246,161 for winning the 2013 Arizona State Poker Championship.
Kuether has plenty of wins to his credit, including the 2012 WSOP Circuit San Diego Main Event for $111,104 and one of his three gold rings. However, Kuether is still looking for that one big signature win, and the Wynn Millions could very well be it.