Only five players will return to at Bally’s feature chart for last day action in Event #37: $1,500 Millionaire Maker No-Limit Hold’em at 4 p.m. local time.
The game will start with approximately 26 minutes remaining at level 39 with blinds at 600,000/1,200,000 and will be broadcast on PokerGo an hour late. Each remaining player has locked in a payday of at least $301,346but all eyes are on first prize of $1,125,141 and WSOP gold bracelet.
Tyler Gaston leads the leaderboard with 64,000,000 chips after a brilliant Day 3, in prime position to acquire his first-ever WSOP gold bracelet. Gaston won 4 key pots late in the day to extend his lead, knocking out six players. Next in the quest for the trophy is the Bulgarian player Yuliyan Kolev who pocketed 58,300,000 chips at the end of Day 4 and is looking to win his second WSOP title.
Moreover, with Oren Rosen (43,000,000), with a total of $381,012 in live revenue, Yita Choong (22,900,000) and Dominique Brasier (10,200,000) still on the hunt, the road to victory will not be easy for anyone.
Allocation of seats for the last day
|Rank||Player||Country||Number of tokens||Day 5 Big Blinds|
|1||Tyler Gaston||United States||64,000,000||53|
|5||Dominique Brasier||United States||10,200,000||9|
With these five players returning to the felt, it’s almost guaranteed that the final day will deliver some terrific battles. PokerNews the live reporting team will be on the ground providing all the key updates, so be sure to check back to see the highlight of one of the most popular events on the WSOP 2022 program!