If you’ve been following our updates today you’ll appreciate the road to the WSOP $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha final table has been a twisty and dangerous one.
Team PokerStars Pro Barry Greenstein has driven down this particularly treacherous stretch of tarmac at death-defying speed, often cornering so fast I swear two of his wheels left the ground.
But he’s made the final table in one piece, his first final table of this WSOP, albeit with a below average chip stack of 780,000. Before they get down to action on the feature stage area, there’s food to be had: the nine final tablists are on a dinner break.
Greenstein is chasing his fourth WSOP bracelet and is already guaranteed a cash today of $82,746, which should help his food go down nicely. First place pays $679,379.
Here are the final table chip stacks:
Matt Graham, 1,400,000
Ferit Gabriellson, 1,200,000
Josh Arieh, 1,050,000
Richard Austin, 1,030,000
Robin Keston, 1,000,000
Stefan Mattsson, 850,000
Vitaly Lunkin, 850,000
Barry Greenstein, Team PokerStars Pro, 780,000
Van Marcus, 500,000