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Mukul Pahuja Leads 2014 World Poker Tour Bay 101 Main Event Final Table

Dylan Wilkerson, James Carroll and Nam Le Also Among Final Six Battling For $1,256,550 First-Place Prize

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Mukul PahujaThe 2014 World Poker Tour Bay 101 Shooting Star $7,500 main event attracted a record turnout of 718 entries, building a $5,133,700 prize pool. From this huge field now only six players remain to battle it out for the title and the $1,256,550 first-place prize.

The chip leader heading into the final table is Mukul Pahuja with 6,470,000 in chips. pahuja finished eighth in the 2014 WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open main event roughly a month ago for $36,147. He and the other five players at the televised final table are guaranteed at least $174,080 but will all surely have their eyes on the $1.25 million payday for the eventual champion.

Pahuja is not the only recognizable name alive in this event heading into the final stretch. Joining him in the final six are recent WPT Fallsview Poker Classic main event runner-up Dylan Wilkerson (5,850,000), recent Wynn Classic $550 buy-in $250,000 guarantee winner James Carroll (2,075,000) and 2006 champion of this very event Nam Le (1,715,000).

Here is a look at the chip counts heading into the final table:

Rank Player Chip Count
1 Mukul Pahuja 6,470,000
2 Dylan Wilkerson 5,850,000
3 Shaun Suller 4,200,000
4 James Carroll 2,075,000
5 Nam Le 1,715,000
6 Garrett Greer 1,235,000