The Texas Poker Open continued at Champions Club in Houston, Texas with the High Roller #6: $10,100 No-Limit Hold'em.

Texas native Ed Sebesta bagged the chip lead and holds over 29% of the chips in play as five players remain. Upeshka De Silva, David Coleman, Joris Ruijs, and Joey Weissman round out the players returning for the final day at 12:00 p.m. CT.

The Texas Poker Open High Roller #6 attracted 29 entrants to create a prize pool of $290,000 which pays the top five finishers.

Matthew Wantman, Jesse Lonis, and Andrew Lichtenberger were eliminated deep in the tournament before seven players converged on a single table. Shortly after, Chino Rheem doubled Sebesta when he got ace-nine in against Sebesta's ace-ten. Rheem was left with a short stack and got ace-queen in against De Silva's queen-ten, but when a ten hit the flop, Rheen was eliminated in seventh place.

The bubble took nearly an hour without any players at risk before Coleman won a race to double through De Silva. On the very next hand, Collopy got his chips in against Sebesta in a battle of the blinds. Collopy had ace-king against Sebesta's queens and the board bricked out to eliminate Collopy on the money bubble in sixth place, while the five remaining players bagged to return for the streamed final table.

Each remaining player has locked up $23,200, but all eyes remain on the $116,000 first-place prize, 116 PGT points, and Texas Poker Open belt buckle trophy.

Texas Poker Open High Roller #6 Final Table

Seat Player Country Chip Count
1 Upeshka De Silva United States 975,000
2 David Coleman United States 685,000
3 Joey Weissman United States 380,000
4 Ed Sebesta United States 1,060,000
5 Joris Ruijs Netherlands 525,000

When play resumes, there is 23:21 remaining in Level 14 with blinds at 10,000/20,000 with a 20,000 big blind ante.

Play will resume on Thursday, May 2, at 12:00 p.m. CT. and will be streamed on delay on PokerGO.

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