WSOP Europe Main Event: The Final Table
September 27, 2021
After a weekend- and a Monday- of tough tournament action, the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event at London’s Casino at the Empire, is already down to the final table, with nine men now guaranteed at minimum £69,754 for their efforts.

This list of nine, which includes such recognizable players as Roland de Wolfe, Nicolas Levi and Victory Poker CEO Dan Fleyshman, are now within striking distance of a prestigious and highly sought after title, that’s only been awarded to a very select group of poker masters.  Past winners of the WSOP Europe main event include John Juanda, Annette Obrestad and CardPlayer’s Barry Shulman, who won just last year for a top prize worth almost $1.3 million.  This year’s champion will earn even a little more than that, thanks to an £830,401 first prize, made possible due to a total prize pool worth £3,460,000

That prize pool was large enough to payout the top 36 places this year, and many great players not only made it to that golden number, but made it even farther.  Some of the recognizable pros to make deep cashes this year include PokerRoad’s Barry Greenstein (23rd- £26,400), Freddy Deeb (30th- £21,106), Phil Ivey (19th- £26,400), Greg “FBT” Mueller (22nd- £26,400), Viktor Blom (16th- £33,285) and Hoyt Corkins (15th- £42,454).

The last player to cash before the official final table was set was David Peters, who earned £44,114- or more than four times his initial buy-in- after less than a week’s worth of work; although that fact will probably be of little consolation tonight as he contemplates all that could have been.

The current chip counts for the final table of the 2010 WSOP Europe are as follows:

Dan Fleyshman- 1,946,000

Ronald Lee- 1,899,000

Daniel Steinberg- 1,520,000

Roland de Wolfe- 1,377,000

James Bord- 1,331,000

Brian Powell- 842,000

Fabrizio Baldassari- 697,000

Nicolas Levi- 428,000

Marc Inizan- 349,000

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