Final Table Reached At WPT Legends of Poker

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With the EPT Barcelona now over with, attentions have been turned to the World Poker Tour Legends of Poker that has been playing out over the past few of days. Many of the players that took part at the EPT have been frantically travelling across the globe to get in on the act at this ever popular World Poker Tour stop.

The final table of seven has now been reached after Day 4 of the event was completed last night. The event had originally brought in 593 players across two opening day flights and that field was chopped down in size daily to now reveal the lucky seven that will battle it out for some hefty payouts.

The event brought in many big players from the start, including Chris Moorman, Ryan Riess, JC Tran, Matt Salsberg and Freddy Deeb. The majority of these have now been knocked out across the following days and we are now just left with the final seven.

We pick up the event after Day 4, with us now just one day away from discovering a new WPT champion and somebody that is going to be significantly richer than they were the day before.

Day 4 started with 16 players spread across two tables and included the likes of big names Andy Frankenberger, Keven Stammen and Jeremey Kottler with the latter being the only one to make it to the final table of seven.


The chip leader going into Day 5 is that of Massoud Eskandari after he bagged and tagged 5,975,000 chips. He leads Harut Arutyunyan, Tyler Kenney and Jeremy Kottler quite significantly but still has plenty or work to do if he is to take home the title and $576,369 on offer for the winner.

The Final Table Chip Counts

1st) Massoud Eskandari  – 5,975,000

2nd) Harut Arutyunyan – 3,670,000

3rd) Average Chipcount – 3,153,969

4th) Tyler Kenney – 2,555,000

5th) Tyler Cornell – 2,525,000

6th) Taylor McFarland – 2,250,000

7th) Jeremy Kottler – 1,975,000

What They Will Play For

1st) $576,369

2nd) $330,110

3rd) $213,600

4th) $145,640

5th) $103,560

6th) $83,075

7th) $63,650

We will return tomorrow to let you know which of these players comes out on top after Day 5 and becomes the latest World Poker Tour champion.