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Monday, September 30, 2019

By the Numbers: Monday Afternoon Flight

The second flight of the day saw 81 players come out, which was four more than we got in the opening flight. The final 10 players will be taking home $400, and earning a ticket to the Day 2 finals on Friday.

Your next chance to qualify will be tomorrow at 11:30 AM. Don't miss out on it!

1-10th. Advance to Day 2 + $400

Nader Modabber and Phil Zangwill Lead the First Flight

The bubble lasted about an hour before Phil Zangwill scored the final knockout of the evening when his top pair busted his opponent's lesser pair and flush draw. That pot got Zangwill up to 226,500, and he is only trailing Nader Modabbber, who bagged up 236,500.

Scroll down for photos of those two players, and remember that your next chance to qualify is tomorrow at 11:30 AM!

Nader Modabber - 236,500

Phil Zangwill - 226,500 

Big Poker Oktober Points Race Standings



The updated Big Poker Oktober Points race standings can be viewed by clicking here.

What's Coming Up: Tuesday, October 1st

We welcome October with two more starting sessions for this $150,000 Guaranteed Event here at the Big Poker Oktober! The flights will be starting up at 11:30 AM and 4 PM, with registration in each flight open for the first four hours.

In addition we will have another first come, first serve juice free satellite at 8 PM, where three players will be earning discounted seats to our $1,100 Main Event!

Time for a Break in the Evening Session

We are two hours into play in the second flight today, and the clock says 58 players registered so far. Once they return from their break, they will play three more levels before taking another break.

Registration will officially close once that break is over, around 8 PM, so come on down and join us before then!

Down to Just Two Tables in the Morning Flight

The first flight of the day is now down to the final 18 players. Massoud Eskandari and Said El Harrak are the two biggest names left amongst the final 18.

They will play down to the final nine, at which point they will bag and tag for the night. Stay tuned to find out who makes it through, as the first day of $150,000 Guaranteed qualifying rolls on!

Shirley Rosario Wins the Latest Mixed Game Event Here at the Bike


Yesterday, LA mixed game regular Shirley Rosario added yet another title to her stacked poker resume, when she took down our $350 HORSE Event. Rosario took home $4,790 as a result of her impressive finish, beating out two WSOP Bracelet winners in the process: Frankie O'Dell and Sean Yu.

Check out the final five from this event below, and congregations again to Shirley on another impressive win!

1. Shirley Rosario - $4,790
2. Brent Boyd - $2,780
3. Lorri Broda - $1,790
4. Frankie O'Dell - $1,255
5. Sean Yu - $785

The Second Session is Now Underway

We are ready to get things rolling with the second starting session of the day here on this opening day of $150,000 Guaranteed qualifying! The final nine players from the morning flight will be punching their tickets to the finals, and several more players will be joining from this session.

Registration will remain open until 8 PM tonight. Good luck everyone!

By the Numbers: Opening $150,000 Guaranteed Flight

The first of eight starting sessions in this $150,000 Guaranteed Event drew a crowd of 77 players. That means that the final table of nine players will all be cashing for $400, and claiming the first tickets to the Day 2 finals on Friday.

Our next starting session kicks off at the top of the hour, so make sure you don't miss it!

1-9th. Advance to Day 2 + $400

A Few Pics From the Floor Today

Below you will see a few of the over 70 players who are here for the first of eight starting sessions here in this $150,000 Guaranteed Event. Aaron Messmer is hoping to add to his list of titles after he took down a WSOP Circuit High Roller Event here in 2018. We also spotted Massoud Eskandari, who is looking to make yet another deep run here at the Bike!

Massoud Eskandari 

Stefan Craciun

Aaron Messmer 

Joe Schulman 

First Break of the Opening Flight

We are two hours into play in this opening $150,000 Guaranteed flight, and the clock says 61 players in the field so far. Registration will be available until 3:30 PM today, so you have plenty of time to come join us!

Congratulations to David Johnson, Winner of the $50,000 Guaranteed Event

Yesterday saw David Johnson top a field of 115 players to take home the latest Big Poker Oktober title. Below you will see a full breakdown of the final table, and the winner's photo for Johnson. Congratulations to Johnson and the rest of the players who finished in the money!


1. David Johnson - $15,000
2. Andom Ghebre - $8,650
3. Robert Schiele - $5,325
4. Karen Markaryan - $4,070
5. Diana Yang - $3,140
6. Gregg Goldman - $2,540
7. Nissar Quraishi - $2,010
8. Thu Nguyen - $1,540
9. Imran Mukati - $1,170

The $150,000 Guaranteed Event is Now Underway

We are ready to get things going with the first massive guaranteed multi day event here at the 2019 Big Poker Oktober. This $250 buy-in tournament will have eight flights spread out over the next four days. The first of two flights today has just started up, with the second flight starting at 4 PM.

Registration in both of these flights will be open for four hours, and the top 12% will be cashing and moving on to the finals on Friday, where the winner should be taking home over $30,000! Good luck everyone!

Schedule for Today: Monday, September 30th

11:30 AM - $150,000 Guaranteed Event. $250 buy-in. Registration open until 3:30 PM. Top 12% cash for $400 and advance to Day 2 finals

4 PM - $150,000 Guaranteed Event. $250 buy-in. Registration open until 8 PM. Top 12% cash for $400 and advance to Day 2 finals

8 PM -  $330 Main Event Mega Satellite. Single table.  Juice Free. Three Seats Guaranteed

Sunday, September 29, 2019

By the Numbers: $350 HORSE Event

Today's HORSE Event saw 38 of the best Mixed Game players in the city come out to try and to earn the latest title here at the Bike. The top five players will be in the money tonight, with first place taking home $4,790. All of the payouts can be viewed below.

1. $4,790
2. $2,780
3. $1,790
4. $1,255
5. $785

Tonight's Single Table Satellite Starts at 8

The second night of the Big Poker Oktober wraps up with the second $330 single table satellite. In these first come first serve events, registration will close once 10 players have entered. The final three players will al be locking up a discount seat to the $1,100 Card Player Tour Main Event that will be starting up in just two weeks!

Don't miss out on the evening action here at the Bicycle Casino!

Just Three Tables Left in the $50k

The eliminations are coming fast still in the $50,000 Guaranteed Event, as only 25 players remain. Adam Weinraub is still the chip leader with 320,000, while Bike regulars Thu Nguyen and Deepinder Singh both have above average stacks of 150,000 each. Weinraub is pictured below showing off Merch for his latest movie 7 Days To Vegas, available now on iTunes.

Be sure to come back tomorrow morning to find out who takes down this latest Big Poker Oktober event!

Adam Weinraub- current chip leader

What's Coming Up: Monday, September 30th

Tomorrow we kick off the first multi day massive guaranteed event of the series, the $150,000 Guaranteed Event! Flights will be split up over the next four days, with the Day 2 finals kicking off Friday at 1 PM. Tomorrow there will be two $250 flights starting at 11:30 AM and 4 PM. Registration will be available for four hours in each flight, and the top 12% will be cashing for $400, and advancing to the finals.

Make sure you don't miss out on this first big event of the 2019 Big Poker Oktober!

Adam Weinraub Leading With 50 Left

It hasn't taken long to cut the field in half in this $50,000 Guaranteed Event, as only 50 players remain. Leading the way is a familiar face, and a former WPT champion, Adam Weinraub. He has over 300,000, and looks to have the field covered by about 100,000.

Other notables still alive and well include Thu Nguyen, Chester Burnett, Victor Kruglov, John Hulett, Deepinder Singh, and Brent Hart.

Good luck to all still in!

By the Numbers: $50,000 Guaranteed Event

This morning's event drew a crowd of 115 players, meaning the Bike pitched in over $15,000 to help cover the posted guarantee. The final 18 players will finish in the money tonight, with first place taking home $15,000 even.

Scroll down for all of the payouts, and good luck to everyone still in!

1.$15,000
2. $8,650
3. $5,325
4. $4,070
5. $3,140
6. $2,540
7. $2,010
8. $1,540
9. $1,170
10-12. $865
13-15. $710
16-18.  $610

Big Poker Oktober Points Race Standings

Tongguang Sun won the opening event yesterday to jump out to the early lead in the Big Poker Oktober player points race. The full list after Day 1 of the series can be viewed by clicking here.

Stay tuned for more results as the opening week of the 2019 Big Poker Oktober keeps rolling!

Now for Some Photos From the HORSE Event

Over at the HORSE Event, we have 23 of the best Mixed Game players in the city battling it out in our $350 HORSE Event. Frankie O'Dell, who won his third WSOP Bracelet this summer, is here and was all smiles as we came over to grab his photo. Fellow table mates Adam Kipnis and Carol Fuchs had a laugh at Frankie saying he was "all positive today," as the cards were being pitched. 

Scroll down for those photos, and a few more, and don't forget you can get in on the HORSE action until 4:50 PM!

Frankie O'Dell 

Adam Kipnis 

Carol Fuchs

Qinghai Pan 

Randy Holland 

Some Snapshots From the Floor Today

We have a few player photos for you guys below from the action of the $50,000 Guaranteed Event, which is certainly looking to have an overlay. We spotted a tough table with three Bike regulars: Tigran Abgaryan, William Vo, and Brent Hart, as well as another Bike usual, Thu Nguyen. 

Registration for this event closes at 3:30 PM. Come join us!

Tigran Abgaryan 

Willam Vo 

Brent Hart 

Thu Nguyen 

Cards in the Air: $350 HORSE Event

The mixed game players are back here at the Bike, as we get things going with another HORSE Event. The buy-in today is just $350, and registration will be open until 4:50 PM.

Good luck everyone!

Just Over 50 Players Registered So Far Today

We are 90 minutes into play in today's $50,000 Guaranteed Event, and the clock says 51 players have registered so far. That means that at the moment, the Bike is kicking in $35,000 to cover the guarantee!

Registration will be open until 3:30 PM, so you still have plenty of time to come down and take advantage of a potential big overlay for the second day in a row.

Cards in the Air: $50,000 Guaranteed Event

Happy Sunday everyone! The second day of Big Poker Oktober action has just kicked off here in the tournament ballroom of the Bicycle Casino. This event is a $365 buy-in tournament with a $50,000 Guarantee. Registration will be open until 3:30 PM today, and re-entry is also allowed in that time.

Good luck all!

Schedule for Today: Sunday, September 29th

11:30 AM - $50,000 Guaranteed Event. $365 buy-in. Registration open until 3:30 PM. One Day Event

2 PM - $350 HORSE Event. Registration open until 4:50 PM.

8 PM -  $330 Main Event Mega Satellite. Single table.  Three Seats Guaranteed

Saturday, September 28, 2019

By the Numbers: $230 Survivor Event

This afternoon's Survivor Event drew a crowd of 56 players, meaning the top five will earn a $2,000 bankroll boost! Sixth place will take home $1,200.

We will have another $230 Survivor event just like this one next Friday at 11:30 AM. Don't miss it!

1-5th. $2,000
6. $1,200

The $75,000 Guaranteed Event Nearly in the Money

We are down to just 60 players in the opening event of the 2019 Big Poker Oktober, which means that the payouts are just around the corner. 75% of the field will be cashing now, as the top 45 will all be locking up at least $310. Remember that this is a one day event, so be sure to come back tomorrow to find out who takes it down!

Our First Main Event Satellite Starts Shortly

We are bringing back the single table juice free satellites that were so popular at the Legends of Poker this year. At 8 PM, we have the first of our nightly $330 single table satellites, where the top three players will all earn a discounted $1,100 Main Event seat.

Registration will close once the table is full, so if you want to lock up your seat, be sure to come down before 8 PM to do just that!

What's Coming Up: Sunday, September 29th

We have two more events starting up tomorrow, including the first Mixed Game Event of the series starting at 3 PM. We kick things off at 11:30 AM with a $50,000 Guaranteed one day Event. The buy-in there is $365, and registration will be open until 3:30 PM.

At 3 PM, we will be switching to a $350 HORSE Event. Players will be starting with 15,000 in chips, and registration will be available until 5:50 PM.  We wrap things up with another $330 satellite, where at least three discounted $1,100 seats will be handed out.

Nearly 40 Players in the Survivor Event

Over in the Survivor Event this evening, the 37 players there are taking their first break of the day. That means we are at the halfway point of registration, which will be available 8 PM. Once we get up to 40 players, the top four at least will all be earning $2,000.

Come join us!

Some Chippies From the $75,000 Guaranteed Event

Blinds: 800-1,600 Average: 51,700

Larry Quang - 150,000
Peter Hengsakul - 135,000
Victor Kruglov - 55,000
David Rich - 47,000
Huy Nguyen - 45,000
Ophir Atar - 40,000
Wayne Perry - 35,000
Stuart Pfeifer - 24,000
Nikhil Gera - 15,000

By the Numbers: $75,000 Guaranteed Event

The opening event of the 2019 Big Poker Oktober saw a crowd of 321 players come out. That means that the Bike will be kicking in over $10,000 to cover that guarantee. The final 45 players will finish in the money, with first place taking home nearly $18,000, and a seat to the $1,100 Card Player Tour Main Event in a couple of weeks. Scroll down for a full breakdown of the payouts, and good luck to the final 160 players.

1. $17,925 + $1,100 seat
2. $10,680
3. $6,910
4. $5,545
5. $4,480
6. $3,555
7. $2,755
8. $2,075
9. $1,480
10-12. $930
13-15. $820
16-18. $710
19-21. $620
22-24. $540
25-27. $460
28-36. $385
37-45. $310

Cards in the Air: $230 Survivor Event

The second event of the day has just kicked off here in the tournament ballroom, and it is a $230 Survivor Event. In these tournaments, the top 10% will all be taking home $2,000 in cash when we reach that point, regardless of the chip stacks at that time.

Registration will be open tonight until 8 PM. Good luck everyone!

First Round of Big Poker October Photos

Below you guys will see the first round of player photos from this latest series at the Bike! Victor Kruglov is looking for another major title here at the Bike after he won the $500,000 Guaranteed Event at the Summer Poker Series in June. We also spotted Huy Nguyen and Larry Quang, who have also make major final tables here in recent months. 

Scroll down for those photos, and a couple more!

Victor Kruglov

Peter Hengsakul

Huy Nguyen 

Larry Quang 

Wayne Perry 

Overlay Alert in the $75,000 Guaranteed Event

We have just over an hour left in registration for this opening $75,000 Guaranteed Event, and it looks like we might be kicking off the series by giving away some free money! Right now, we have 271 players registered, meaning that the Bike is currently kicking in over $20,000 to cover the guarantee.

You have until 3:30 PM to come take advantage of this, so what are you waiting for? Come join us!

The 2019 Big Poker October Is Now Underway

We are ready to get things going with another massive tournament series here at the Bicycle Casino! We will be handing out over $2,000,000 in prize money this series, starting today with our $75,000 Guaranteed Event. The buy-in is $250, and registration will be open until 3:30 PM. Good luck everyone!

Schedule for Today: Saturday, September 28th

11:30 AM - $75,000 Guaranteed Event. $250 buy-in. Registration open until 3:30 PM. One Day Event

4 PM - $230 Survivor Event. Top 10% earn $2,000 each. Registration open until 8 PM.

8 PM -  $330 Main Event Mega Satellite. Single table.  Three Seats Guaranteed

Thursday, September 5, 2019

Interview with Legends of Poker Winner Aaron Van Blarcum


After a one year absence, the WPT returned to the Bicycle Casino for the $5,000 Legends of Poker Main Event. After five days of play, Aaron Van Blarcum topped the field of 520 players to take home nearly $460,000, and a seat in the WPT Tournament of Champions at the end of the season.

We had a chance to catch up with Van Blarcum, who told us after his win that a deep run the World Series of Poker Main Event inspired him to play these WPT events.

"Normally I just play cash games and go to the tournaments but not actually play the tournaments. I just decided to give it a try at the World Series that was the first one, and I got 212th, so I decided to do six of these and it turned out pretty well!"



Van Blarcum said that the whole tournament went pretty smoothly for him. He bagged up one of the top 10 stacks on Flight 1A, and was top five after Day 2. He came into the final table as the short stack, but still had plenty of big blinds to work with.

"Through the whole thing it was pretty steady always had a pretty even chip stack. When we went down from 28 to 16, that was where it was really up and down. But at the final table, everything sort of went how it was supposed to. I ran very well at this final table from start to finish."

With this huge score added to his poker resume now, Val Blarcum told us that he does plan to add a few more events to his schedule, and that he definitely plans to come back here next year.

"Yeah I'll do as many of the WPTs as I can. I'll probably do a few more now with this extra money, and I'll see if I can't get to player of the year! I'll also be back for sure to defend my title!"

Congratulations again to Aaron Van Blarcum, and everyone who made the final table. See you guys again at the Big Poker Oktober series kicking off in three weeks!


Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Congratulations to Aaron Van Blarcum, Winner of the 2019 Legends of Poker Main Event!



Heads-up play lasted for about an hour before Aaron Van Blarcum was able to finish off Gueorgui Gantchev. On the final hand, Gantchev got his stack in preflop holding [5s][5d], but he was dominated by the [10c][10s] of Van Blarcum. The board ran down [Qs][8c][4c][3d][2d], and the tournament was over!

Gantchev will take home $306,265 for his runner up finish, but the glory belongs to Aaron Van Blarcum! He earns $459,390, and a seat to the $15,000 Tournament of Champions at the end of the season.

Thank you to everyone who came out to the 2019 Legends of Poker Series. We will see you guys again in October for the Big Poker Oktober. See you guys then!

Gantchev Doubles Through Van Blarcum

Gueorgui Gantchev and Aaron Van Blarcum went heads up to a flop of [7s][5h][2h]. Gantchev check called a bet of 400,000 from Van Blarcum, and the [9s] hit the turn. Gantchev checked, Van Blarcum fired 800,000, and Gantchev check raised all in for 4,900,000.

Van Blarcum called with [8h][7h], and he was behind the [5c][2c] of Gantchev, but he had plenty of outs to catch him. The [Jd] river wasn't one of those, and Gantchev doubled up into the chip lead with over 11 million, while Van Blarcum falls to 9,500,000.

Jared Griener Eliminated in 3rd Place ($226,040)


Blinds: 50,000-100,000

On the very next hand, Jared Griener would limp from the small blind, and Aaron Van Blarcum raised to 300,000. Griener three bet shoved all in for about 2.85 million, and Van Blarcum made the call with [9h][9d].

He was dominating the [7h][7d] of Griener, and the sevens would never catch up, as the board ran down [8c][5s][2s][9c][4d].

This gets us to heads up play, with Van Blarcum holding a lead of 16,490,000 to 4,305,000 over Gueorgui Gantchev.

Griener Doubles Through Gantchev

Action folded to Gueorgui Gantchev in the small blind, and he bet enough to put Jared Griener all in. The LA regular called off his final 1.35 million with [5c][5h], and he was flipping against the [Kc][Qc] of Gantchev.

The flop of [As][10h][5d] gave Griener bottom set, but a jack would still work for Gantchev. That hope ended when another ace came on the turn, giving Griener an unbeatable full house.

He doubled up to 2.85 million after that pot, while Gantchev fell to 4.2 million.

Vahan Sudzhyan Eliminated in 4th Place ( $168,630)


Blinds: 40,000-80,000

Vahan Sudzhyan started the action with a raise, and Aaron Van Blarcum reraised to 680,000. Sudzhyan called, and they went heads up to a flop of [Qs][7s][4s]. Van Blarcum continued for 750,000, and Sudzhyan tagged along to see the [10s] hit the turn.

This time, Van Blarcum checked, and Sudzhyan gave it some thought before shoving all in. Van Blarcum thought for about a minute before calling with [Ad][Ks] for the second nuts, and Sudzhyan was caught drawing dead with [6h][5h].

This leaves us three handed now, with Blarcum opening up a nice lead on the other two.

Jisup Hwang Eliminated in 5th Place ( $127,165)


Jisup Hwang was down to his final 1.6 million when he got that money in preflop holding pocket threes. He was well behind the pocket queens of Gueorgui Gantchev, and neither player improved their hand on the flop. A third queen on the turn left Hwang drawing dead, and he will have to settle for the $127,165 fifth place prize.

With that pot, Gantchev has retaken the chip lead, as we have just four players remaining now!

Fresh Counts From the Final Five on Break

Blinds: 40,000-80,000 Average: 4,160,000

Aaron Van Blarcum - 6,265,000
Vahan Sudzhyan - 5,5350,000
Gueorgui Gantchev - 4,615,000
Jisup Hwang - 2,765,000
Jared Griener - 1,615,000

Looking Ahead to the Big Poker Oktober

The Legends of Poker might be wrapping up today, but we have more big poker tournaments coming for you starting later this month, at the 2019 Big Poker Oktober! Highlights of the series include the third Quantum Millions Event, where players will be competing both here and at the Ocean's 11 Casino in San Diego, as well as the $1,100 Card Player Tour Main Event. 

The action kicks off on Saturday, September 28th, and will run through Tuesday, October 29th. Check below for a photo copy of the schedule, and please come out to join us then for more huge action! 


Antonios Roungeris Eliminated in 6th Place ($96,955)



After a raise from Aaron Van Blarcum, Antonios Roungeris three bet shoved all in for  a bit over a million chips. Van Blarcum got the count, then called with [Js][Jh]. He was well ahead of the [7c][7s] of Roungeris.

The flop of [Ks][Qs][9s] gave both players a flush draw, keeping Van Blarcum well out in the lead. The turn and river were both blanks, leaving Roungeris as the first victim of the final table today.

The Legends of Poker Final Table Has Started

We are ready to get things going with the final table of the WPT Legends of Poker Main Event! Below you will see the final six players today, who have all locked up at least $96,955. They all have their eyes set on the first place prize of $459,390. We will be posted the updates on a 30 minute delay in accordance to the Live at the Bike Stream.

Good luck to the final six, and stay tuned to find out who the next Legends of Poker Champion is!

Seat 1: Jared Griener - 2,750,000

Seat 2: Aaron Van Blarcum - 2,050,000

Seat 3: Jisup Hwang - 4,380,000

Seat 4: Antonios Roungeris - 2,720,000

Seat 5: Gueorgui Gantchev - 5,560,000

Seat 6: Vahan Sudzhyan - 3,335,000

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

The Final Four Agree to a Deal

After some lengthy discussions, the final four finally agreed to a deal that sees everyone lock up a nice profit. Aneris Adomkevicius held a decent chip lead, while Kenneth Morrison was the short stack. Ryan Van Sanford and Patrick Eskandar were close in chips in the middle, so here is how the final four worked it out.

Aneris Adomkevicius - $48,500

Patrick Eskandar- $41,000

Ryan Van Sanford - $40,500

Kenneth Morrison - $20,000

The Survivor Event is Now on the Bubble

There were a few failed attempts to work out a deal of sorts when five handed, and then Sami Shurbaji busted to Ryan Van Sanford. Now, we have just four players left, and as of right now, they are planning to still play it out to the final three. Here is how the players stack up, as we are about to go to the 5,000-10,000 level.

Aneris Adomkevicius - 535,000
Patrick Eskandar - 476,000
Ryan Van Sanford - 290,000
Kenneth Morrison - 225,000

Gueorgui Gantchev Leads the Legends of Poker TV Table

Taylor Black moved his short stack all in preflop holding [Ks][9s], and Gueorgui Gantchev called in the big blind with [Jh][8d]. The board ran out [Qc][6h][6c][10d][9h], and Gantchev was able to make a straight on the river to send Black to the rail in seventh place.

Below you will see how the final six stack up heading into tomorrow's finals. Bike regulars Jared Griener and Antonios Roungeris will be hoping to keep the title in town, but it will be a tall task. The cards will be back in the air tomorrow at 2 PM, and the live stream will be starting on Live at the Bike at 2:30 PM. Good luck to the final six!

Seat 1: Jared Griener - 2,750,000

Seat 2: Aaron Van Blarcum - 2,050,000

Seat 3: Jisup Hwang - 4,380,000

Seat 4: Antonios Roungeris - 2,720,000

Seat 5: Gueorgui Gantchev - 5,560,000

Seat 6: Vahan Sudzhyan - 3,335,000

Just One More Elimination Left in the Main Event

Blinds: 25,000-50,000

We just had back-to-back eliminations over in the Main Event that leaves us with the final seven players. First, Jeremy Joseph went for a bluff on the river after the board was dealt out [9s][5s][7s][3s][8d]. Gueorgui Gantchecv fired out 200,000, and Joseph moved all in for 795,000. Gantchecv called with [Js][7c] for a flush, while Joseph could only muster up [Ac][Jh].

Right after that, Kitty Kuo would three bet shove with [Kd][Qd], and the original raiser, Jared Griener, called with [Ah][Kh]. Neither player would improve, meaning Griener would take the hand.

At the moment, Taylor Black is alone at the bottom with 945,000. No one else currently has less than 2.4 million.

Updated Counts From the Final Five in Survivor

We have just five players remaining now in the Survivor Event, but only three of them will be walking home with $50,000 each. A couple of players have suggested making some sort of a deal to lock everyone up some money, but so far it hasn't gained any traction. Here is how the final five stand right now.

Blinds: 3,000-6,000 Average: 300,000

Aneris Adomkevicius - 623,000
Ryan Van Sanford - 285,000
Patrick Eskandar - 177,000
Sami Shurbaji - 170,000
Kenneth Morrison - 132,000

Photos and Counts From the 2019 Legends of Poker Final Table



Seat 1: Jared Griener - 1,450,000

Seat 2: Jeremy Joseph - 1,565,000

Seat 3: Aaron Van Blarcum - 2,600,000

Seat 4: Jisup Hwang - 3,800,000

Seat 5: Antonios Roungeris - 2,325,000

Seat 6: Kitty Kuo - 890,000 

Seat 7: Gueorgui Gantchev - 3,950,000 

Seat 8: Vahan Sudzhyan - 2,900,000

Seat 9: Taylor Black - 840,000