As a poker player and fan you’re never truly done learning, and every weekend we’ll serve you up a suggestion for some on-demand viewing on either PokerGO or Twitch. This weekend, throw this stream on your big screen and relive the final table of the $100,000 High Roller that was part of the kick-off weekend of the 2018 World Series of Poker.

Without having to deal with spoilers, watch the stream in the embed down below or find it right here on PokerGO.

The final table lineup is as follows.

Seat Name Country Chip Count
1 Andreas Eiler Germany 8,490,000
2 Bryn Kenney USA 10,200,000
3 Nick Petrangelo USA 12,200,000
4 Elio Fox USA 8,620,000
5 Stephen Chidwick UK 5,740,000
6 Aymon Hata Germany 7,280,000

Headlining this final table is Nick Petrangelo, winner of a prior bracelet and also a participant in the Big One for One Drop in 2018. Learn more about Petrangelo’s mindset and how to improves his game in this article. Second in chips is Bryn Kenney, who brought Japanese zen to the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl earlier this year, read more about Kenney’s style and preparation here. Rooting for Stephen Chidwick? Listen to the Heads Up with Remko podcast featuring the British pro, winner of the U.S. Poker Open Championship in February of 2018.

This event drew a total of 105 entries, creating a prize pool of $10,185,000 and 16 places got paid. The players that did not make the final table but did finish in the money are listed below.

Place Name Country Payout
1 $2,910,227
2 $1,798,658
3 $1,247,230
4 $886,793
5 $646,927
6 $484,551
7 Jason Koon United States $372,894
8 Adrian Mateos Spain $295,066
9 Fedor Holz Germany $240,265
10 Chris Moore United States $240,265
11 Christoph Vogelsang Germany $201,494
12 Thomas Mühlöcker Austria $201,494
13 Michael Rosenfeld United States $174,190
14 Jason Mercier United States $174,190
15 Paul Volpe United States $155,378
16 Steffen Sontheimer Germany $155,378

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