PokerGO and ESPN are your home for the World Series of Poker Main Event and coverage of final table is currently live. 9 players remain and the final table is scheduled to play until six players are left. That means that three $1 million payouts are up for grabs, along with WSOP history. 2009 Main Event champion Joe Cada is in contention and trying to become just the 5th person in history to win two WSOP Main Event titles. Consult our viewing guide to see where the World Series of Poker is broadcast in your region and then start watching now!

For people on the Cada bandwagon though, the road will not be easy.

Cada sits next to Michael Dyer, who stood as the chip leader for most of the day before being overtaken by Nicolas Manion in the last hand of the night. John Cynn and Artem Metalidi also pose interesting threats. The pair is at their first Main Event final table but not short on experience.

Cynn made Day 7 in 2016 but finished a disappointing 11th place. He has since rebounded with a spectacular performance in 2018. Metalidi is not well known to the America audience but he is not shy about announcing his prospects for the final table.

Main Event Final Table Seating Draw

Seat Player Country Chip Count Big Blinds
1 Artem Metalidi Ukraine 15,475,000 26
2 John Cynn United States 37,075,000 62
3 Alex Lynskey Australia 25,925,000 43
4 Tony Miles United States 42,750,000 71
5 Nicolas Manion United States 112,775,000 188
6 Aram Zobian United States 18,875,000 31
7 Michael Dyer United States 109,175,000 182
8 Joe Cada United States 23,675,000 39
9 Antoine Labat France 8,050,000 13

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