Newly inducted Anonymously Good All-Star member Chris Klodnicki leads the final table, stacked at 759,000. You may not remember Chris from his victory in a WSOPC event in Atlantic City this time last year. Over the past five years, Klodnicki has grinded out over $1.5M in tournament earnings.
He’s followed by Chris Bell with 706,000. A win here would give Bell almost $1M in tournament earnings for the year. Not bad.
Among the short-stacks at the table is Andy Frankenberger with 230,000. Frankenberger has had a pretty sick 2010, coming out of nowhere to win a Venetian Deepstacks event as well as a WPT final table and a title.
Top prize at the final table is $358,295. Hopefully whoever wins donates at least a little to Africa, because, you know, tonight thank god it’s them instead of you.
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