After Day 3 of the Super High Roller Bowl played down to the final table, Poker Central’s attention shifted to the $25K Fantasy Draft. The high-stakes World Series of Poker fantasy draft is organized by Daniel Negreanu and Poker Central live streamed this year’s draft on Facebook Live.

This year, eight teams put up the $25,000 and they were led by Jesse Martin, Phong “Turbo” Nguyen , Todd Brunson, Dan Fleyshman, Mike Gorodinsky, Mike Leah, Daniel Negreanu and Team Russia. The teams agreed on a $150,000 payout for 1st place, with the runner-up earning $50,000.

Daniel Negreanu was the first player up for bid in the auction style draft and Negreanu spent half of his $200 budget on himself, going for $100. That was the highest big for any player throughout the eight round draft, with last year’s WSOP Player of the Year, Jason Mercier, going for $94. There was a steep drop-off to the next group of players selected, as Phil Hellmuth, Mike Leah and John, Monnette went for $77, James Obst went for $72 and Paul Volpe went for $71.

Justin Bonomo, who has a spot at tomorrow’s Super High Roller Bowl final table, went for $70 but those picks were all pretty standard, compared to some of the steals throughout the early rounds. Stephen Chidwick went for $42, after being the most expensive player selected in 2016, and Brandon Shack-Harris, Eric Wasserson, Todd Brunson, Adam Owen, Dan Smith and Michael Mizrachi, all went for less than $40.

Below, are a complete rundown of the $25K Fantasy Draft rosters:

The $25K Fantasy Draft will be something that Poker Central and the #PokerCentralPodcast follow throughout the 2017 World Series of Poker, which begins tomorrow with the $10,000 Tag Team Event. Catch up on the entire draft by watching above on Facebook Live and then follow the Super High Roller Bowl final table tomorrow, streaming exclusively on PokerGO