WPT London Poker Classic Final Table Set
September 3, 2021
Only eight players now remain, of an original 171, at the World Poker Tour London Poker Classic- sponsored by PartyPoker- and though few if any would be instantly recognizable to the casual poker fan, there are still some interesting and noteworthy players vying for the £273,783 first prize.

Along with true character and longtime tournament circuit regular Bruce “Elvis Senior” Atkinson, tomorrow’s WPT London final table also features two players with over $1 million in live tournament cashes to their credit.  One of these players, Jake “neverbluff67” Cody, a  21-year-old former European Poker Tour Deauville champion, enters tomorrow's final table with a mid-size stack and is significantly behind the other, Kristoffer Thorsson, who took down the €6,000 buy-in, Lido International Dutch Open, and now begins this final table in the 2nd place stalker position, behind only chip leader Giovanni Safina.

Current chip counts for the final table of the 2010 WPT London Poker Classic are as follows:

Giovanni Safina- 1,546,000

Kristoffer Thorsson- 1,317,000

Fabian Quoss- 1,068,000

Saarisilta Mattsson- 805,000

Jake Cody- 786,000

Bruce Atkinson- 535,000

Sandiep Khosa- 397,000

Gareth Teatum- 387,000

For more information on the WPT London Poker Classic, or to read updates from the upcoming final table, visit the PartyPoker blog.
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