Now this is a final table.
The 2012 WSOP Europe Main Event final table is set, and if it was 1931, we’d say, “It should be a doozy.”
Phil Hellmuth will enter final table play as the chip leader, stacked at 3,434,000. If Hellmuth were to pull this out, he’d be the first person (obviously) to capture both the U.S. American and European versions of the WSOP Main Event. It would also mark Hellmuth’s 13th bracelet.
Hellmuth is closely followed by 38 year-old businessman Sergii Baranov of The UkraineTM with 3,339,000.
In third overall is one time (one time!) November Niner Joseph Cheong with 1,966,000. Cheong finished third at the 2012 WSOP Main Event.
Also at the final table though among the short stacks is two-time (two times!) bracelet winner Jason Mercier with 652,000.
Should be solid. Get more on the final table-ists and how to watch live here.