Aside from millions of dollars and 15 gold bracelets, the WSOP Player of the Year title is still up for grabs in Rozvadov.
Here is the list of players who are in the best position to grab the title:
Campbell tore through the World Series of Poker this summer, winning two bracelets and making four final tables. He cashed nine times in total. The Australian is going to be tough to stop.
He loves what he does, and can do anything to ensure he gets the best. Among the leaders and down to the last 45 players in Event #1, Bojang used his dinner break to enter Event #2 to run up a stack and accumulate more points, doubling his stack after just a couple of orbits.
He is an outstanding player who has always shown his prowess, especially in Pot Limit Omaha. With Event #2 well underway, Deeb had ten times the starting stack after the early levels.
So much has been said about him on twitter for the last three days. His unique brand of positivity and declaration seems to entertain tens of thousands of fans. Despite busting on Day 1a of Event #1: The Opener, Kid Poker is feeling good about his chances in the Czech Republic/German border town. The six-time WSOP bracelet winner sat down in Event #2: €550 Pot Limit Omaha.