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World College Poker 2020 Fall Brawl Final Table Streaming Saturday Dec. 12

The Action Resumes At 1 P.M. Pacific, With Alex Fitzgerald and Clayton Fletcher Hosting

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World College Poker kicked off the first-ever WCP Fall Brawl tournament last weekend on the PokerBROS social gaming platform. The tournament was free-to-play for students currently enrolled at a college or university in the United States, and it attracted a field of 1,000 students. The sea of entries has been narrowed down to just eight remaining competitors, with four representing the West Division and another four from the East Division.

The final table is set to resume at 1:00 p.m. pacific on Saturday, Dec. 12. The action to be live-streamed on World College Poker’s Youtube channel. Poker professional, coach and author Alex Fitzgerald and comedian and poker player Clayton Fletcher will host the stream, with several special guests expected during the broadcast.

Among the prizes up for grabs in this event are an engraved championship belt awarded to the champion, a six-day hotel resort stay in Cancun, private lessons with top players such as high-stakes poker legend Patrik Antonius, and two-time World Poker Tour main event champion Jonathan Little. Also up for grabs are gift cards, apparel, and much more. Check out the official listing of prizes on the WCP website to see exactly what each finishing spot will win.

Some of the sponsors for the Fall Brawl include PokerCoaching.com, First Land of Poker (FLOP), RunGood Gear, RedChipPoker, CannaNano CBD water, PLOQuickPro, Aquarian Bookshop, RealGrindersApparel, PokerPowher, and Magical Gnome Media.

Here are the final eight players remaining with a shot at becoming the World College Poker 2020 Fall Brawl champions:

  • Blake LaClaire (blaclaire23) 20, University of Arizona
  • Jesse Kim (JesseKim7) 18, Montclair State University
  • Vanessa Hernandez (Hernandezhh1), Midland College
  • John Pitts (jpitts10) 22, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
  • Ryan Clark (rtc1755) 24, Sacramento State University
  • Ben Greenwell (OSUNutz) 22, Ohio State University
  • Ben Fisher (spartan1122) 35, Arizona State University
  • Chris Pagel (FoldsNuts) 21, The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

Click HERE to check out the final table action! Play resumes at 1:00 p.m. pacific on Saturday, Dec. 12.

World College Poker has more global championships scheduled throughout 2021. Learn more about WCP’s upcoming schedule of tournaments, their poker EDU section, and more information about registration and eligibility at their official website.