2019 World Series of Poker Europe

Event #54: Big Blind Antes $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em

Day 3 of Event #54: Big Blind Antes $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em Kicks Off at 2 p.m.

Jonathan Abdellatif, Scotty Nguyen

Welcome back to Day 3 of Event #54: Big Blind Antes $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em. The 31 remaining players will return at 2 p.m. local time, with the plan being to play to a winner some time tonight.

Jonathan Abdellatif starts this final day of the tournament with a massive chip lead with 2,725,000, while number two on the leaderboards Barry Hutter will begin with 953,000. Other hopefuls still in the running for the coveted WSOP gold bracelet and the first-place prize of $522,715 are David "MissOracle" Yan (714,000), Kevin Song (675,000), and Kristen Bicknell (298,000). Scroll down for a look at everyone's start-of-day stacks and seat assignments.

Last year's eighth-place finisher Kris Homerding also found a bag at the end of Day 2, and he'll return seventh in the counts as he hopes to improve on his $63,457 score in this event a year ago. To do that he'll need to finish in sixth place or higher. Right now the players who return are all guaranteed to win at least $12,399.

Players will return at Level 21, with 6,000/12,000 blinds and a big blind ante of 12,000. As noted, play kicks off at 2 p.m., so come back then and stay tuned to PokerNews for updates throughout the day and night as we find out together who will be the Event #54 champion.

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RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip Count
Amazon4301Diogo VeigaPortugal393,000
Amazon4302Nikita LutherIndia392,000
Amazon4304Michael CiaravinoUnited States141,000
Amazon4305Steve YeaSouth Korea414,000
Amazon4307Tony SinishtajUnited States176,000
Amazon4309Rayan ChamasCanada396,000
Amazon4311Luke BancroftUnited States493,000
Amazon4312Kevin SongUnited States675,000
Amazon4313Tom McCormickUnited States533,000
Amazon4314Cathal ShineIreland207,000
Amazon4315Paul FontanUnited Kingdom125,000
Amazon4316David KellyIreland294,000
Amazon4317Radoslav SoyanovBulgaria583,000
Amazon4318Kris HomerdingUnited States628,000
Amazon4391Zachary SmileyUnited States603,000
Amazon4392Kristen BicknellCanada298,000
Amazon4393Ryan HallUnited States603,000
Amazon4395David ButkusUnited States184,000
Amazon4396Quang NgoUnited States440,000
Amazon4397Julien PolgeFrance311,000
Amazon4398Alexander QueenUnited States269,000
Amazon4399Luciano HollandaBrazil116,000
Amazon4471Marciano CruzUnited States807,000
Amazon4472Jonathan AbdellatifBelgium2.723,000
Amazon4473Todd IvensUnited States780,000
Amazon4474Barry HutterUnited States953,000
Amazon4475Ian SteinmanUnited States296,000
Amazon4477Julian MehardtGermany393,000
Amazon4478Bret OliverioUnited States168,000
Amazon4479Anna AntimonyUnited States200,000

Tags: Barry HutterJonathan AbdellatifKevin SongKris HomerdingKristen Bicknell