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Andrew Robl Leads Entering Final Day of World Poker Tour $100K Buy-In Super High Roller

Six Players Remain, Only Five Will Make The Money

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$100,000 Super High RollerSix players will show up to Friday’s 2012 World Poker Tour $100,000 Super High Roller final table, but only five will make the money. One player will have made the televised table of this six-figure buy-in event and walk away empty handed.

The other five players lucky enough to survive the bubble are all guaranteed $263,160 in prize money and a shot at the $1.3 million first-place prize, along with 600 Card Player Player of the Year points.

The event attracted 27 players, who bought in a combined 34 times. Heading into the final six, Andrew Robl is virtually tied with businessman Daniel Perper for the chip lead. Justin Bonomo enters the final table fourth in chips. Bonomo is currently ranked 52nd in the POY race and could move into the top 20 with a win in this event.

The final table gets underway at 4 p.m. PST on Friday, with a live streaming broadcast with hole cards and commentary from Tony Dunst, Dan O’Brien, and Olivier Busquet on the WPT website.

Here is a look at the final table chip counts:

Player Chips Big Blinds
Daniel Perper 3,415,000 85
Andrew Robl 3,355,000 84
Average 2,266,666
Tom Marchese 2,235,000 56
Justin Bonomo 2,105,000 53
John Juanda 1,075,000 27
Bill Kline 620,000 16

 
 
 
 

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1Acehigh
7 years ago

Andrew got ROBBED out of this one. WP Andrew, you desrved it....

 
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