Day 2 of Event #65: $1,000 Mini Main Event No-Limit Hold’em has come to an end. The event started this afternoon with 282 players out of a starting field of 3,823. Only five players remain with each player locking up a guaranteed payout of at least $118,898 with a first-place prize of $432,575 paired with the coveted WSOP bracelet.
Two-time WSOP bracelet winner Georgios Sotiropoulos is leading the final table with 105,550,000. Sotiropoulos was in full control throughout and will be the odds-on favorite going into the final day.
Rounding out the final five are Jordan Meltzer (39,000,075), Wataru Miyashita (35,900,000), James Patterson (26,600,000), and James Rubinski (22,325,000).
2021 WSOP Mini Main Event Final Table Seat Draw
|Room||Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Amazon||414||1||James Rubinski||United States||22,325,000||9|
|Amazon||414||3||James Patterson||United States||26,600,000||11|
|Amazon||414||5||Jordan Meltzer||United States||39,000,075||16|
A few notables who busted earlier in the day were bracelet winner Martin Jacobson, eight-time circuit ring and bracelet winner Michael Lech, and GG Poker Ambassador Nana Sanechika.
The final five players will return on Friday, November 5th at 12:00 p.m. local time to the Amazon room at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino to play down to a winner. The event will resume at Level 41 with blinds of 1,200,000/2,400,000 with a big blind ante of 2,400,000.
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