PokerGO was streaming all weekend and as we head towards the end of June, poker’s only subscription service is showing no signs of slowing down. Exclusive World Series of Poker streams continue with the final table of the $1,000 No Limit Hold’em Seniors Championship, which played down to the final nine last night.

The Seniors Championship is always one of the bigger events on the WSOP schedule but this year was record-breaking. 5,389 players came together to build up a nearly $5 million prize pool and the lion’s share of that pool is set to be dispersed starting at 12 PM PT. That is when the final table of the Seniors Championship resumes play, with the PokerGO live stream beginning at 12:30 PM PT.

Despite the record-breaking field, plenty of big names managed to get deep. Super High Roller Bowl participant Bill Klein bowed out in 12th place and Dan Heimiller, who outlasted 4,425 players to win the 2014 Seniors Championship, is still alive.

Heimiller comes in around the chip average though, while Mark Lillge returns atop the counts to lead the field in to the final table. The Californian has one prior WSOP score on his resume, from 2006, and much like the rest of the remaining field, looks ready to notch a career-best score at the Seniors Championship final table.

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

1. Gina Bacon – 960,000
2. Mark Lillge – 5,300,000
3. Paul Spitzberg – 1,320,000
4. Anthony Licastro – 2,800,000
5. Lewis LeClair – 2,530,000
6. William Murray – 4,000,000
7. Dan Heimiller – 2,970,000
8. Frank Maggio – 4,910,000
9. Dieter Dechant – 2,375,000

PokerGO will stream the final table of the Seniors Championship, starting at 12:30 PM PT and more information on WSOP streams can be found here