|Blinds||300,000 / 600,000|
At 3 p.m. local time, seven out of 766 entries will return to Europe’s biggest poker arena in the King’s Resort for the final day of Event #3: €1,350 Mini Main Event to battle it out for the lion share of the €873,240 prize pool. At the end of the day, some players will walk away with a WSOPE Main Event ticket for finishing in the top five but only the winner will take the ticket, the highly desired first gold WSOP bracelet and the first-place prize of €167,056.
Starting the day at the forefront is Shahar Levi with 30,035,000 in chips. The next closest to follow him in the chip counts is Andrew Bak with 13,650,000. They are then followed by Didier Rabl (11,240,000), Jose Rivas (7,060,000), Vangelis Kaimakamis (6,270,000), Luigi Macaluso (5,230,000), and Markus Jordan with 3,525,000 which is worth 15 big blinds.
They are all guaranteed at least €20,396 but will all be eyeing the pay jumps, WSOPE tickets, and the first-place prize of course. This is what they are still playing for:
|Place||Prize (EUR)||Prize (USD)|
There are 24 minutes left in Level 30 which features a small blind of 120,000, big blind of 240,000, and big blind ante of 240,000. A 15-minute break is scheduled after Level 32 and every three levels after that. The PokerNews live reporting team will be there from the first card in the air until the first WSOPE Mini Main Event bracelet has been awarded so stick around!
Final Day Seat Draw
|Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|61||3||Andrew Bak||United Kingdom||13,650,000||57|