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Jonathan Poche Chip Leader at WSOP Circuit National Championship Final Table

Remaining Nine Will Duke it Out for $300K and WSOP Bracelet


La SengphetAfter just two days of play, the final table is set in the World Series of Poker Circuit National Championship $1 million freeroll.

The field began with 100 qualifiers, and after all of the poker house hold names hit the rail the remaining nine players will battle it out for a $300,000 first place prize and a WSOP gold bracelet on Sunday.

Here is a look at the seat positions and chip counts:

Seat 1. Charle Moore — 65,500
Seat 2. Adam Hui — 239,000
Seat 3. Drazen Ilich — 118,000
Seat 4. Jonathan Poche — 534,000
Seat 5. Josh Evans — 222,500
Seat 6. La Sengphet — 245,000
Seat 7. Sam Barnhart — 166,000
Seat 8. James Anderson — 235,000
Seat 9. Matthew Lawrence — 140,000

Notables who busted on day 2 include Chris Klodnicki, Allen Kessler, David Peters, Tim West, and WSOP Circuit all-stars Kyle Cartwright and Dwyte Pilgrim.

The final nine will be very shallow, as overwhelming chip leader Jonathan Poche, who qualified for his win at the WSOP-Circuit New Orleans main event, will only have 107 big blinds. 49-big-blind La Sengphet, who was one of the at-large players by having an all-around consistent season of play, is second in chips. Sengphet cashed seven times and picked up two Circuit rings, earning a total of $67,094.

Stay tuned to Card Player for more coverage of what should be another fast and furious day of action at the WSOP-bracelet awarding freeroll.