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Dehkharghani, Marchese, Stein and Busquet Headline Card Player Poker Tour Wynn Main Event Final Table

Card Player Will Stream Final Table Live

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Ray DehkharghaniThe final table is set for the Card Player Poker Tour Wynn Classic main event and the final 10 players will return tomorrow at 12 p.m. and battle down to a winner.

High-stakes cash game player Ray Dehkharghani will return as the chip leader with 1,374,000 and the only player over the one million mark. Trailing Dehkharghani will be 2011 Card Player Player of the Year Tom Marchese with 838,000 and Soon Hwang with 760,000. Two-time WSOP Circuit champion Kevin Calenzo will come in with the shortest stack in play at 166,000.

WPT champion Olivier Busquet, WSOP bracelet winner Sam Stein, online phenom Ben Palmer, 2013 Wynn Classic prelim winner Ray Qartomy, Tom Chae and Gheorgui Martov will round out the final ten.

Tom MarcheseThe remaining players are guaranteed to walk away with no less than $20,079 and the eventual winner will take home just under $236,000. The entire final table will be streamed live at CardPlayer.com so make sure to tune at 12 p.m. and watch all the action from start to finish.

Play wrapped up on Day 3 with the elimination of Sorel Mizzi on the final table bubble when he moved all in with ASpade SuitKSpade Suit on a QHeart Suit9Heart Suit4Spade Suit board and was called by Hwang with KClub SuitQDiamond Suit. The board completed 3Diamond Suit5Club Suit and Mizzi became the 11th-place finisher for $18,071.

Brad Booth and Cary Katz were the first two casualties of the day in an unusual hand. Calenzo was all in with ASpade SuitAHeart Suit and a short stacked Katz moved all in for less with KHeart SuitQSpade Suit. Booth also moved all in for less than Calenzo with KClub SuitKSpade Suit and when the board ran out Calenzo’s Aces held for a double knock out.

Other big names who were eliminated on Day 3 included Christina Lindley, Loren Klein and Russian pro Kirill Kruglov.

Here is a look at the chip counts.

Rank Player Chip Count
1 Ray Dehkarghani 1,374,000
2 Tom Marchese 838,000
3 Soon Hwang 760,000
4 Tom Chae 625,000
5 Sam Stein 621,000
6 Ben Palmer 574,000
7 Gheorgui Martov 494,000
8 Olivier Busquet 488,000
9 Ray Qartomy 263,000
10 Kevin Calenzo 166,000