While it won’t be the biggest event in terms of prize pool, Wednesday’s $10,000 High Roller final table could boast some of the bigger names we’ll see during the U.S. Poker Open. High Roller extraordinaire Jake Schindler leads the line, while WSOP Main Event champion Ryan Riess and online legend Ben Tollerene return at the top of the Event #5 leaderboard. That final table is live on PokerGO and a USPO winner will be crowned within the next few hours.

Recent headlines around the U.S. Poker Open have focused on Stephen Chidwick and rightfully so. Chidwick crushed the first-half of the series, with two wins in four events, but he won’t be at today’s final table. Despite his absence, his lead atop the USPO Championship standings is safe, although Schindler and Cary Katz can both jump into the top-five with solid finishes.

The U.S. Poker Open will stream every day this week and the Event #5 is now live. The $10,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller final table seat draw, along with the player’s chip counts, is provided below:

  1. Ben Tollerene – 1,265,000
  2. Kristina Holst – 840,000
  3. Jake Schindler – 2,380,000
  4. Ryan Riess – 1,375,000
  5. Rodger Johnson – 350,000
  6. Cary Katz – 490,000

A list of the remaining Event #5 payouts is also provided below:

  1. $187,600
  2. $134,000
  3. $87,100
  4. $67,000
  5. $53,600
  6. $40,200

If Jake Schindler makes a deep run at the Event #5 final table, he will be within touching distance of Stephen Chidwick heading into the home stretch of the USPO. That stretch includes two more big buy-in No Limit Hold’em events and the USPO $50,000 NLH Main Event, which begins Friday. Before we look ahead to the rest of the U.S. Poker Open though, Event #5 must play to a winner.

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