2021 World Series of Poker
$5,000 Main Event

The Final Day is About to Begin!

The PokerStars Championship Bahamas Main Event is down to the final six players and will kick off in a couple of hours.

Although the start time is Noon, it is important to note that the live stream will kick in at 1:00PM, meaning the live updates on PokerNews will begin then as well to avoid any spoilers and protect the integrity of the game.

After a long week of poker, Canada's Mike Gentili leads the remaining six players in their quest for the title and first place prize of $480,012. Everyone is guaranteed a six-figure payday of $103,780. Cliff Josephy is coming in as the short stack with Rasmus Glæsel not too far ahead of him. Here is a look at how the players stack up against each other today:

SeatPlayerCountryChip Count
1Michael VelaUnited States1,755,000
2Christian HarderUnited States5,985,000
3Rasmus GlæselDenmark1,560,000
4Aleksei OpalikhinRussia4,590,000
5Cliff JosephyUnited States1,240,000
6Michael GentiliCanada6,175,000

Blinds will continue at 30,000/60,000 with a 10,000 ante and the tournament will play down to a winner today.

Stay locked in on PokerNews for all of the coverage today as we crown the first-ever PokerStars Championship Bahamas Main Event winner!

The following players headline the final table today:

Tags: Aleksei OpalikhinChristian HarderCliff JosephyMichael GentiliMichael VelaRasmus Glaesel