The $1 million guaranteed WPT500 on partypoker is down to a final table of nine players and it is the Ukranian Andrii Novak who leads the field before the start of the final table.
The WPT #01: WPT 500 had 9 flights, that accumulated a total of 2,422 entries. Day 2 started with 361 players, that were all in the money and played down to a final table. The players have guaranteed themselves at least a $13,802 payout, but Novak is the one who goes into the nine-handed final table with 241,624,576 chips and is on course to secure the $181,544 top prize. All nine finalists come from different countries, showing that WPT and poker is a truly global event.
WPT500 #01 Final Table Chip Counts
|4||Dylan Rowe||New Zealand||162,834,053|
|6||Pedro Padilha Chaves||Brazil||94,463,576|
The final table starts tonight at 20:05 GMT / 21:05 CET and will be broadcasted live on partypoker's official Twitch channel on a small delay with hole cards exposed. James Dempsey and Team partypoker’s Patrick Leonard are in the commentary booth throughout the WPT500’s final table, bringing you expert, easy-to-understand analysis of all the action.
WPT500 #01 Final Table Payout
Recent WPT500 Festival Side Event Results
- Andras Nemeth – first-place in the $5,200 High Roller for $107,282
- David Peters – first-place in the $3,200 6-Max High Roller for $50,532
- Dwayne Slius – first-place in the $1,050 High Roller Turbo Knockout for $21,386*
- Boris Angelov – first-place in the $530 Omaha for $12,489
- Augusto Hagen – first-place in the $265 Hyper Knockout for $9,503*
- Patrick Lauber – first-place in the $320 Mix-Max Turbo Knockout for $9,006*
- Karim Maekelberg – first-place in the $215 7-Max Turbo for $6,768
- Karim Maekelberg – first-place in the $215 6-Max Turbo for $6,761
- Michiel Brummelhuis – first-place in the $215 Mix-Max Turbo for $6,586
- Joshua Hoesel – first-place in the $162 6-Max Turbo Knockout for $5,654
- Simon Nielsen – first-place in the $215 7-Max Turbo for $5,545