After final tabling the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl, Nick Petrangelo could be on the verge of another huge final table. The American holds the chip lead with ten players remaining heading into Day 3 of the World Series of Poker’s $100K NLH High Roller. Those ten players will resume play at 5 PM ET, with a Twitch live stream beginning at 6 PM ET.

Sunday’s live stream will follow the field down to the final six. That official final table will then return to play to a winner on Monday, with PokerGO broadcasting the action.

Petrangelo isn’t the only Super High Roller Bowl finalist still in contention for a WSPO bracelet. Jason Koon and Stephen Chidwick, who finished 3rd and 7th respectively, are also still alive. Fedor Holz, Adrian Mateos, and Bryn Kenney also return for Day 3, albeit on short stacks.

A complete list of the remaining players, their table assignments, and their chip counts is provided below:

Table 431

  1. Jason Koon – 6,190,000
  2. Chris Moore – 2,960,000
  3. Andreas Einer – 2,130,000
  4. Elio Fox – 10,180,000
  5. Adrian Mateos – 2,250,000

Table 439

  1. Bryn Kenney – 1,600,000
  2. Stephen Chidwick – 7,065,000
  3. Aymon Hata – 3,140,000
  4. Nick Petrangelo – 13,460,000
  5. Fedor Holz – 3,530,000

A list of the remaining payouts is also provided below:

  1. $2,910,227
  2. $1,798,658
  3. $1,247,230
  4. $886,793
  5. $646,927
  6. $484,551
  7. $372,894
  8. $295,066
  9. $240,265
  10. $240,265

Watch on Twitch at 6 PM ET and subscribe to PokerGO for more World Series of Poker action. A complete PokerGO streaming schedule can be found here. Twitch will also broadcast WSOP throughout the summer and that streaming schedule can be found here.

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