The final 9 players in marquee no limit-Texas Hold’em main event of the WSOP is all geared up to start their competition for $8.8 million in Las Vegas post beating several competitors. The players representing France, Australia, Ukraine, and the U.S. will take home a minimum of $1 million. The plan is to outsmart one another until 3 players move ahead in the other round of play at Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino on Friday. Nic Manion is the chip leader who is a small stakes poker champion of Muskegon, Michigan. His previous cash in a series event was worth $5,769. Now, he is reaching the final table with over 112.7 million chips.
The main event champion of 2009 Joe Cada has returned to the final table with over 23.6 million chips. Cada already has 3 series bracelets and if he becomes the main event winner once again, he would be the first poker player to do it since 1997.