Event #39: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout
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The Final Table is Set in Event #39: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout

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Anthony Reategui

There are 10 players left in Event #39: No-Limit Hold’em Shootout to make up a final table. All 10 have won two tables to get this far, and face just one more table to conquer in order to win the title.

All players are guaranteed to win at least $15,180, but they’re all eyeing the top prize of $236,498 and the WSOP gold bracelet.

Here is how the players will be seated around the tournament's last table:

Final Table Seat Draw

RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
AmazonFT1Royce MathesonUnited States668,000111
AmazonFT2Bas de LaatNetherlands661,000110
AmazonFT3Alexander LakhovRussia654,000109
AmazonFT4Dylan LindeUnited States668,000111
AmazonFT5Young PhanUnited States670,000112
AmazonFT6Anthony ReateguiUnited States672,500112
AmazonFT7Preston LeeUnited States656,000109
AmazonFT8Endrit GeciUnited Kingdom663,500111
AmazonFT9Corey DoddUnited States664,500111
AmazonFT10Jesse KertlandUnited States662,500110

All players start the final table with close to the same stack. Anthony Reategui starts the final table as the official chip leader with 672,500 in chips, while Alexander Lakhov starts the final table with the smallest stack of 654,000. Reategui finished in seventh place in the $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em Shootout event that took place only a couple of weeks ago and is also the only player at the table with a bracelet to his name.

Dylan Linde was the final player to advance to the final table after a grueling 12-hour day, with 10 hours of play. Linde has over $1.8 million in live tournament earnings, but has yet to win his first bracelet. Other players making it to the final table include Bas de Laat and Young Phan, with Corey Dodd, Endrit Geci, Jesse Kertland, and Preston Lee all there as well.

Here's what they are playing for:

PlacePrize
1$236,498
2$146,146
3$105,307
4$76,829
5$56,763
6$42,476
7$32,198
8$24,728
9$19,245
10$15,180

Play will begin at 12 p.m. local time. Stay close as PokerNews will be here to report on all the action as we find out together who will be the Event #39 champion.