The World Poker Tour World Championship is now down to the final table of six after Day 4 whittled the field of 18 down to the half a dozen that will now battle it out for the title. Global Poker Index Player of the year leader Keven Stammen is the man with the chip lead right now on 5,650,000.
He leads names such as Byron Kaverman, Tony Dunst and Ryan D’Angelo on that final table so with such quality the final table should be highly contested.
Got up to 2 mil but lost decent pot to Byron: Going into final table of 6 tomorrow with 1.33 million and the short stack @WPT Champs.
— Tony Dunst (@Bond_18) April 25, 2014
Wow! was able to sneak my way onto the televised final table! What a crazy day, super pumped for a shotat 1.3mil tomorrow! #WPTchampionship
— Ryan D’Angelo (@g0lfa) April 26, 2014
Those to miss out on the televised final table later today are the likes of Justin Young, Anthony Gregg and Brock Parker but the biggest fall from grace was that of former chip leader Eric Afriat who lead the event on the two days leading to this one. He will still feel good at how he played for the most part but will rue a missed chance here.
Damn busted in 7th after an unfortunate series of events. Thanks for all the love as always 😉
— Anthony Gregg (@wwwBTHEREcom) April 25, 2014
We will have a full report on that televised final table tomorrow, so if you are in need to know who shipped the title then just pop in and see us. It would be hard to bet against Stammen in this spot and the form he is in but as you know, anything can happen on a final table.
The Final Table Chip Counts
1st) Keven Stammen – 5,650,000
2nd) Byron Kaverman – 4,070,000
3rd) Abe Korotki – 2,560,000
4th) Curt Kohlberg – 1,580,000
5th) Tony Dunst – 1,330,000
6th) Ryan D’Angelo – 1,220,000
The Remaining Payouts
1st) – $1,350,000
2nd) – $727,860
3rd) – $452,729
4th) – $363,930
5th) – $286,292
6th) – $235,341