Watch NAPT $25,000 High Roller Final Table Now
Stacked Final Table Will Award $460,000 Top Prize
While the 2010 PokerStars.net North American Poker Tour Venetian main event is officially in the books, the $25,000 buy-in invitational high-roller bounty shootout tournament concludes today, and you can follow the action live here. The coverage includes the NAPT Live video feed and live updates provided by the PokerStars blog. Video coverage starts very soon — at 2 p.m. PT.
The event features a stacked final table, including Joe Cassidy, Hoyt Corkins, Peter Eastgate, Ashton Griffin, Faraz Jaka, Brett Richey, and Scott Seiver, all vying for the $460,000 first place prize.
Each player already has earned $75,000 for winning their respective seven-handed shootout tables, and they’re also vying for addition cash, since $100,000 will be awarded to the player who scores the most overall bounties in the event.
So far, here’s a tally of the number of players each final-table participant has eliminated: Seiver (6), Corkins (5), Jaka (4), Cassidy (4), Richey (3), Eastgate (2) and Griffin (2).
The $25,000 event attracted 47 top poker players and will wrap up a successful first stop for the PokerStars.net North American Poker Tour in the United States.
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