Tonight’s Los Angeles Poker Classic final table that streamed on PokerGO was nothing short of exciting. The World Poker Tour crowned a new champion in Dennis Blieden, who fought through a field of 493 and a final table full of pros to win the $1 million first-place prize.

There was a lot on the line for Toby Lewis, who opened the final table as the chip leader in his attempt to notch his second seven-figure score of 2018.

The final table streamed with WPT Champions Club member Andy Frankenberger and Dave Farra on the call.

The accountant from Cincinnati wins $1,000,000 and a seat in the season-ending Tournament of Champions. If you missed any of tonight’s action, subscribe now to PokerGO to catch up on the final table.

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