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WSOP Main Event Set To Crown A New Champion

Someone Will Walk Away With $8.8 Million In Prize Money

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The 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event resumed play on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. local time in Las Vegas. The final three were vying for the $8.8 million top prize.

Action resumed with just more than 50 minutes left in level 40, with blinds of 800,000-1,600,000 with an ante of 200,000. The final three have all locked up at least a $3.75 million payday.

Tony Miles entered the last day of the tournament with 238,900,000 in chips, followed by John Cynn with 128,700,000 and Michael Dyer with 26,200,000.

The event is aired live on ESPN with a short time delay.

The poker community had its eyes on the event, as the game’s next ambassador will be crowned. Here’s a look at some of the social media reaction to the final day.