Chipleader Daisuke Ogita Has Half of All the Chips for Tomorrow's WPT Final Table

Sep 26, 2022

Daisuke Ogita
Photo:  Chipleader Daisuke Ogita

After the elimination of John Doringer in seventh place, the final six players bagged up their chips for tomorrow’s six-handed WPT Final Table, which is scheduled to begin at 11:30 am Australian Eastern Standard Time (0230 GMT / 9:30 pm EDT).

This WPT Final Table will be live-streamed on a 30-minute delay (starting at 12:00 noon local time) with hole cards and expert commentary, and the stream can be found on the usual channels, as well as right here at Our hand-for-hand updates will be on the same 30-minute delay, so as not to spoil the live-stream.

Here are the official chip counts, followed by the remaining payouts:

Seat 1.  Naj Ajez  –  5,900,000  (59 bb)
Seat 2.  Po Ho  –  3,475,000  (35 bb)
Seat 3.  De Kun Li  –  3,675,000  (37 bb)
Seat 4.  Daisuke Ogita  –  17,625,000  (176 bb)
Seat 5.  David Tang  –  3,350,000  (34 bb)
Seat 6.  Josh Hutchins  –  1,425,000  (14 bb)

1st:  AUD $647,470*  (~US $425,712*)
2nd:  AUD $421,635  (~US $277,225)
3rd:  AUD $310,675  (~US $204,269)
4th:  AUD $231,505  (~US $152,215)
5th:  AUD $174,480  (~US $114,721)
6th:  AUD $133,025  (~US $87,464)

Return to tomorrow at 12:00 noon local time for our final day of coverage of WPT Australia.

NOTE:  For worldwide consistency across all WPT events, the amounts on the Payouts page are in U.S. dollars. For this event, payouts have been converted using a rate of AUD $1.00 = US $0.6575.

* First-prize amount includes an AUD $15,000 prize package that includes travel to Las Vegas and the winner’s US $10,400 entry into the season-ending WPT World Championship at Wynn Las Vegas.

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