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The Final Table is Set for the 2022 World Series of Poker Main Event



History awaits ten poker hopefuls as they battle for Poker’s

53rd World Championship and the first on the Las Vegas Strip

LAS VEGAS (July 14, 2022) – Following seven days of head-to-head action with exciting winning hands and heart-wrenching busts, the World Series of Poker (WSOP®)’s second-largest Main Event turnout of 8,663 entrants is whittled down to the final ten contestants seeking to become the 2022 World Champion. Espen JorstadMatthew SuMatija DobricAaron DuczakJohn EamesAdrian AttenboroughMichael DuekJeffrey FarnesAsher Conniff and Philippe Souki are now positioned to make poker history by claiming the first-ever WSOP Main Event bracelet on the Las Vegas Strip at Paris Las Vegas and Bally’s, the future Horseshoe Las Vegas.

The players will take to the “Mothership” stage inside the Bally’s Events Center on Friday, July 15 to play their best hands in day eight of the $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em World Championship event. The winner will take home $10,000,000 prize money and the newly designed Main Event bracelet, often described as the most valuable trophy in all of sports, featuring 500 grams of white and yellow gold and 55 karats or 2,767 various precious stones including rubies, and black and white diamonds.

2022 WSOP Main Event Final Nine Chip Counts

1st        Espen Jorstad             83,200,000

2nd       Mattew Su                   83,200,000       

3rd        Matija Dobric               68,650,000

4th        Aaron Duczak             56,000,000

5th        John Eames                54,950,000

6th        Adrian Attenborough   50,800,000

7th        Michael Duek              49,775,000

8th        Jeffrey Farnes            35,350,000

9th        Asher Conniff              24,400,000

10th      Philippe Souki             13,500,000

About World Series of Poker:

The World Series of Poker® is the largest, richest and most prestigious gaming event in the world, having awarded more than $3.5 billion in prize money and the prestigious gold bracelet, globally recognized as the sport’s top prize. Featuring a comprehensive slate of tournaments in every major poker variation, the WSOP is poker’s longest-running tournament in the world, dating back to 1970. In 2021, the event attracted 127,075 entrants to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas and awarded more than $237 million in prize money. In addition, the WSOP has formed groundbreaking alliances in broadcasting, digital media and corporate sponsorships, while successfully expanding the brand internationally with the advent of WSOP Europe in 2007 and the WSOP Asia-Pacific in 2013 and the WSOP International Circuit Series in 2015. In 2022, the WSOP will take place on The Las Vegas Strip for the first time ever at Bally’s, the future Horseshoe, and Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. All WSOP events are subject to the then-current and applicable WSOP tournament rules. For more information, please visit

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