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2022 World Series of Poker Main Event reaches Final Table

14 Jul 2022
Conrad Castleton 14 Jul 2022
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  • WSOP Main Event Final Table revealed
  • History awaits 10 poker players
  • Final table will see hopefuls battle to win Poker’s 53rd World Championship
Following seven days of exciting head-to-head action, the World Series of Poker's second-largest Main Event turnout of 8,663 entrants is now down to the final ten contestants.

The 10 players seeking to become the 2022 World Champion are: Espen Jorstad, Matthew Su, Matija Dobric, Aaron Duczak, John Eames, Adrian Attenborough, Michael Duek, Jeffrey Farnes, Asher Conniff and Philippe Souki.

These poker hopefuls are now positioned to make poker history by claiming the first-ever WSOP Main Event bracelet on the Las Vegas Strip at Paris Las Vegas and Bally’s, the future Horseshoe Las Vegas. 

The players will take to the Final Table stage on Friday, July 15 to play their best hands on day eight of the $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em World Championship event.

The winner will take home $10,000,000 in prize money as well as the newly designed Main Event bracelet.

Ahead of the FInal Table, Espen Jorstad leads the field with a chip count of 83,200,000, while Philippe Souki in 10th position has a chip count of 13,500,000.

The World Series of Poker is the largest, richest and most prestigious gaming event in the world, having awarded more than $3.5 billion in prize money to date and featuring the prestigious gold bracelet, which is recognized globally as the sport's top prize.

When they were first introduced at the 1976 World Series of Poker, a WSOP bracelet cost approximately $500 to produce.

Over the years, the design has changed several times. Today, a WSOP bracelet is estimated to be worth around $500,000.

The World Series of Poker is poker's longest-running tournament in the world, dating back to 1970.