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Card Player Poker Tour bestbet Jacksonville: Final Table of Six is Set

Edward Gilfillan Leads the Final Six in Battle for Top Prize of $84,000


Edward GilfillanThe final table of six is set at the Card Player Poker Tour bestbet Jacksonville $300,00 guaranteed main even in Florida. The finalists emerged from a field of 218 players and they will be battling on Monday for a CPPT title and the top prize worth $84,000. The winner will become the sixth champion of CPPT Season II. Here is a look at the final-table seating chart with chip counts.

Seat 1: Edward Gilfillan – 1,188,000
Seat 2: Erik Christensen – 1,071,000
Seat 3: Konstantinos Pantardis – 336,000
Seat 4: Kevin Baker – 254,000
Seat 5: Brian Washington – 599,000
Seat 6: Sean Winter – 910,000

Final Table Prize Money

1: $84,000
2: $49,500
3: $33,000
4: $22,950
5: $17,100
6: $13,200

Cards will get into the air between the final six at 2 p.m. ET on Monday and you can follow all of the big hands and chip counts in our live coverage of the event. You will also be able to watch the table on the Live Stream that will also begin at 2 p.m.

Sean WinterLeading the way tomorrow will be Edward Gilfillan with 1,188,000. He will have tough challenger in pro Sean Winter. Winter made the last CPPT main event final table in Florida. He took fourth place at the Palm Beach Kennel Club and was awarded $22,560. He can top that with a finish of fourth or better tomorrow, and he is a favorite to do so with the third largest stack at the final table. Perennial chip leader in this tournament Erik Christensen comes into the final table in second chip-position with 1,071,000 and poses another significant hurdle for Gilfillan.

The field had a tall order on Day 2 as 47 players returned to vie of the final six spots in the tournament. The money bubble also burst today when the final 27 players remained. The bubble boy was the chip leader at the start of play Sean Hampson. Notables who cashed today included Moses Clepper in 19th place (his fifth cash of CPPT Season II, the most of any player), the previous runner-up at this event Timothy Miles (16th place), Corey Burbick (13th place), Zo Karim (11th place), and Bryan Irish-Jones (ninth place).

Here is a look at the chip count standings for the final table:

Rank Player Chip Count
1 Edward Gilfillan 1,188,000
2 Erik Christensen 1,071,000
3 Sean Winter 910,000
4 Brian Washington 599,000
5 Konstantinos Pantardis 336,000
6 Kevin Baker 254,000

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