Marchese, Mizzi Lead WPT World Poker Finals

Kimberly Lansing might be the hottest girl this Halloween whose costume theme wasn't preceded with the word "slutty."

It’ll be a short day (probably) at the WPT Foxwoods World Poker Open. Only 12 remain, and they’ll play down to the TV final table (which if math math math serves us correct, that means they need to lose six people).

Thomas Marchese goes into play as chip leader, stacked at 1,832,000. Of note, if Marchese were to pull out a victory, this would only be his first leg of poker’s elusive Triple CrownTM, as he won a NAPT event which apparently isn’t as good as winning an EPT event for whatever reason.

Marchese is followed by Jeff Forrest (979,000) and Sorel Mizzi (788,000).

Other notables remaining include and are certainly limited to Hoyt Corkins (335,000) and a-still-persuing-his-triple-crown Jason Mercier (322,000).

Our revised TV final table prediction contains some old names and some new: Jeff Forrest, Nikolai Yakovenko, Besnik Ziba, Dave Inselberg, and Keven Stammen.

Get full chip counts here.

 

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