Final Table Set At The NAPT Venetian
February 24, 2022

The first major event of the PokerStars North American Poker Tour, since the tour was introduced during the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, is now just one day away from completion at the Venetian, as only eight players remain of a starting field of 872.

Many top pros chose to compete in this historic $5,000 buy-in event, and quite a few even cashed including Andrew Robl (113th), Greg Raymer (102), Jimmy Fricke (97th), Men Nguyen (47th), Dwyte Pilgrim (43rd), Vanessa Rousso (25th) and Blair Hinkle (20th), however now only a handful of recognizable names remain.

The final table players and chip counts for the 2010 PokerStars NAPT Venetian main event are as follows:

Sam Stein (6,145,000 in chips)

Thomas Fuller (4,735,000 in chips)

David Paredes (4,700,000 in chips)

Yunus Jamal (3,940,000 in chips)

Tom Marchese (2,370,000 in chips)

Eric Blair (1,690,000 in chips)

Daniel Clemente (1,345,000 in chips)

"Miami" John Cernuto (1,300,000 in chips)

One of those players is now guaranteed a first place prize worth $827,648, as well as the honor of being the inaugural NAPT Venetian Main Event champion. 

For more information on the PokerStars North American Poker Tour visit, or check out the PokerStars blog, for updates and current chip counts.

Story by Mark Anderson

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