WPT Foxwoods Final Table Set
November 1, 2021
The World Poker Tour Foxwoods main event, over the last five days, has gone from 242 entrants to only 6, each of whom is now guaranteed at least $104,741, or as much as $548,752, to go with the fame associated with making a WPT televised final table.

To reach this stage, this year’s Foxwoods main event saw many of the top players in the game enter, battle and then fall, and remarkably more than a few of them were still represented on Day 5, despite only 12 players in total remaining in the field at that point. 

Some of the most notable Day 5 players to fall out of contention on the event’s penultimate day included Hoyt Corkins, Jason Mercier and Sorel Mizzi, who was the seventhbok of the tournament earning $88,802 for the near miss.

Mizzi, even before today’s deep finish, was listed in the top three in CardPlayer’s Player of the Year race just behind Tom Marchese, who interestingly enough also made it to today’s Day 5 and tomorrow will enter the final table first in chips.

The current chip count going into the 2010 Foxwoods World Poker Finals final table is as follows:

Thomas Marchese- 3,022,000

Jeff Forrest- 1,949,000

Mohsin Charania- 1,024,000

Nikolai Yakovenko- 624,000

Dave Inselberg- 344,000
Keven Stammen- 341,000

With over a million in tournament chips more than his closest rival, Marchese, tomorrow stands a very good chance in following in the footsteps of last year’s champion, Cornel Cimpan, however first he’ll need to survive one more day, as fellow pros like Keven Stammen and Mohsin Charania, do their best to see him follow in Mizzi’s footsteps instead.

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