After the first £25,000 NLH event played deep in to the structure on Day 1, the second £25,000 NLH event of the British Poker Open ended relatively early. That means there will be significantly deeper stacks at Sunday’s PokerGO streamed final table, with Elio Fox sitting the deepest.

The Event #3 podium finisher bagged the Event #6 chip lead, thanks to a big pot against Timothy Adams and some timely aggression at the final table. While Fox can’t catch BPO points leader Sam Soverel, he can work himself into contention with another podium finish.

The same can be said about Ali Imsirovic. The reigning Poker Masters champion recorded a 3rd place finish in Event #5 and he’ll look to close the gap on both the BPO and HROY leaderboards with another solid final table result.

Spain’s Sergi Reixach sits in the middle of the pack and he’ll try to fair better than his countryman, Vicent Bosca, who bubbled today’s final table. Timothy Adams and Michael Zhang round out the lineup. They’ll return on the bubble under the most pressure, as only four players will cash in Event #6.

Watch the final five return to play to a winner live on PokerGO on Saturday, with play resuming at 12 PM local time. The PokerGO live stream will be on a one-hour delay and begins at 8:00 AM ET/5:00 AM PT.

A complete list of the final table chip counts is provided below:

British Poker Open Event #6 Final Table
Seat Name Country Chip Count
1 Timothy Adams Canada 323,000
2 Michael Zhang United Kingdom 214,000
3 Ali Imsirovic United States 771,000
4 Elio Fox United States 871,000
5 Sergi Reixach Spain 571,000
Elio Fox, Sergi Reixach, Ali Imsirovic, Timothy Adams, Michael Zhang, British Poker Open