PokerGO and ESPN are your home for the World Series of Poker Big One for One Drop and coverage of the final table is live. Six players remain and a champion will be crowned tonight, but not before the $1,000,000 buy-in event bursts the bubble. Only five players will cash, meaning that one player from the final table will walk away empty handed. On the other end of the spectrum, $10 million is up top and some big names are in contention.

Super High Roller Bowl winner Justin Bonomo leads the way, with Fedor Holz at another big buy-in final table. Dan Smith and Byron Kaverman are also in contention, along with David Einhorn and Rick Salomon. Both of the non-professionals have cashed in previous editions of the Big One, with Salomon boasting two $1,000,000 buy-in cashes on his resume.

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2018 WSOP Big One for One Drop Final Table Chip Counts
Name Country Chip Count
1 Justin Bonomo United States 48,950,000
2 Fedor Holz Germany 22,125,000
3 Dan Smith United States 21,450,000
4 Rick Salomon United States 19,650,000
5 David Einhorn United States 12,300,000
6 Byron Kaverman United States 10,525,000

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