The Final Table in the 2022 WSOP Main Event

2 years ago

It’s been an exciting week of play at the 2022 WSOP Main Event seeing big names walking away empty-handed, as well as relative newcomers cashing big. The final table has been announced with the top ten players heading into day 8 after a massive field of 8,653 other hopefuls have been eliminated. The players will get a day’s break to prepare for the battle of the biggest title in poker.

The top ten of the 2022 Main Event

Philippe Souki at the 2022 WSOP Main Event

Philippe Souki

Country: United Kingdom

Chip count: 13,500,000

Adrian Attenborough at the 2022 WSOP Main Event

Adrian Attenborough

Country: Australia

Chip count: 50,800,00

Michael Duek at the 2022 WSOP Main Event

Michael Duek

Country: United States

Chip count: 49,775,000

Matija Dobric at the 2022 WSOP Main Event

Matija Dobric

Country: Croatia

Chip count: 68,650,000

Matthew Su at the 2022 WSOP Main Event

Matthew Su

Country: United States

Chip count: 83,200,000

Aaron Duczac at the 2022 WSOP Main Event

Aaron Duczak

Country: Canada

Chip count: 56,000,000

John Eames at the 2022 WSOP Main Event

John Eames

Country: United Kingdom

Chip count: 54,950,000

Espen Jorstad at the 2022 WSOP Main Event

Espen Jørstad

Country: Norway

Chip count: 83,200,000

Jeffrey Farnes at the 2022 WSOP Main Event

Jeffrey Farnes

Country: United States

Chip count: 35,350,000

Asher Conniff at the 2022 WSOP Main Event

Asher Conniff

Country: United States

Chip count: 24,400,000

Still to come at the WSOP 2022 Main Event

You may be wondering why the final table has ten players instead of the usual nine. A decision was made after a gruelling 16-hour day to halt play and head into day 8 of the tournament with ten players. The decision was declared shortly after 6 am with the sun already high in the Vegas sky. Players will now take a well-deserved break to gather their wits and go into the final table on Friday, July 15, mindful and prepared.

Day 8 will continue with 108 minutes remaining in level 38 with blinds at 600,000/1,200,000 (1,200,000 BB ante). Play will go on until there are four players left who will return on day 9 (Saturday, July 16) for the final day of play.

What are the 2022 WSOP Main Event Payouts

The 2022 main event had a prizepool of just over $80mil with a first place prize of $10,000,000. The top 1300 players received prizes starting at $15,000.

PlacePrize
1st$10,000,000
2nd$6,000,000
3rd$4,000,000
4th$3,000,000
5th$2,250,000
6th$1,750,000
7th$1,350,000
8th$1,085,000
9th$850,675
10th-11th$675,000

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