Daniel Negreanu Goes for WSOP Asia Pacific Main Event Title

Is it Negreau's time THIS time?

Is it Negreau’s time THIS time?

The final table is set for the inaugural WSOP Asia Pacific Main Event.

Among the big stacks is poker’s biggest name.

Daniel Negreanu enters final table play as the second big stack with 2,437,000. Negreanu missed out on bracelet #5 earlier in the week to Phil Ivey. He only trails Germany’s Benny Spindler, who is the big stack with 2,931,000.

Joining them at the final table is last year’s November Niner Russell Thomas with 490,000.

Also making the final table as short-stack is the man responsible for putting together some of Macau’s highest stake games, Winfred Yu, with 367,000.

Just bubbling the TV final table was Antonio Esfandiari. He banks $65,408 for his ninth place finish.

Somewhere, deep within the bowels of Choice Center, their cabalish leadership is going, “Wassup, bitches!”*

Follow the final table action starting at 12am ET on Monday here.

* Kidding kidding don’t exercise us from the poker community. 

 

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