Since Poker Central announced the addition of ARIA High Roller Series to PokerGO’s live events library, we know you have been waiting for the first final table to hit PokerGO. After the ARIA High Roller Series $10K played down to the final six players last night, with updates provide by Poker Central, that wait is officially over.

The ARIA High Roller Series $10K final table is officially underway on PokerGO, with some big stacks, big names, and big money up for grabs.

Texas businessman and reality TV star Jim Carroll, who also holds close to $1.5 million in career tournament earnings, holds the chip lead. A “crazy” Day 1 run ended with Carroll bagging 910,000 to pace the field into the final table.

Eric Baldwin, who is new to the ARIA High Roller Series, returns just behind Carroll, with some decent separation between the top two stacks and the rest of the field.

ARIA High Roller veteran Tom Marchese, who has eight-career wins on his lengthy resume, comes back above the chip average, while another veteran, Jake Schindler, returns just under that threshold.

The early action should be centered around the short stacks of Sam Soverel and Brent Hanks, as only five players will cash in the ARIA High Roller Series $10K. That means that someone will walk away empty handed and the bubble will burst on PokerGO.

A complete list of the chip counts of the ARIA High Roller Series $10K final table is provided below:

1. Jake Schindler – 304,000
2. Tom Marchese – 590,000
3. Jim Carroll – 910,000
4. Eric Baldwin – 809,000
5. Brent Hanks – 102,000
6. Sam Soverel – 193,000

The ARIA High Roller Series $10K payouts are also listed below:

1. $116,000
2. $75,400
3. $46,400
4. $29,000
5. $23,200

After the bubble bursts, the remaining five players will compete for a nearly $300,000 prize pool, with $116,000 set aside for the eventual winner.

PokerGO will bring you all the action until an ARIA High Roller Series $10K champion is crowned and later today, Poker Central will provide updates of the ARIA High Roller Series $25K, which is set to stream on Saturday. Follow both Poker Central and PokerGO for exclusive ARIA High Roller Series updates throughout the day.