Friday’s $10,000 final table stream featured some of the world’s best players, including a former Player of the Year in Byron Kaverman. Today’s ARIA High Roller Series $25,000 final table features more of the world’s best and another POY winner in pole position for the title.
David Peters will return at the top of the ARIA High Roller Series $25,000 leaderboard and will return to PokerGO looking to record his second win in as many series. Peters, who was named GPI Player of the Year in 2016, won a $25,000 High Roller during last month’s U.S. Poker Open. He’ll start the day as the chip leader, with nearly half the chips in play.
That leaves the rest of the four-handed final table in close quarters and those positions are where most of the early action should come from. That three-headed short stack is made up of Seth Davies, Justin Young, and Sam Soverel and while there are four players at today’s final table, only three players will cash.
That means that there could be some tactical play from Davies, Young, and Soverel, while Peters could look to aggressively use his chip lead to bully his way to the PokerGO winner’s circle.
A complete list of the final table players and their chip counts can be found below:
- Justin Young – 392,500
- Seth Davies – 423,500
- Sam Soverel – 244,500
- David Peters – 819,500
The ARIA High Roller Series $25,000 payouts are also listed below:
After the bubble bursts, the remaining three players will compete for a nearly $375,000 prize pool, with just over $200,000 set aside for the eventual winner.