Antoine Saout, Bryan Piccioli, Damian Salas Eliminated from WSOP Final Table

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Jul/22/2017

Frenchmen Antoine Saout becomes the second of the two players making a repeat appearance at the World Series of Poker Final Main Event table after Ben Lamb busted out on Thursday.  Saout finished in 5th and takes home $2 million for his efforts.

Bryan Piccioli bowed at in 6th and takes home $1.6 million.  Damian Salas finished in 5th and walked away with $1.4 million. 

John Hesp of England would later bow out with $2.6 million.

These three players remain and each are guaranteed no less than $2.6 million.

1

[United States] Scott Blumstein

232,750,000       

+15,300,000

Morristown

NJ

United States

2

[United States] Dan Ott

80,475,000       

-15,300,000

United States

3

[France] Benjamin Pollak

33,600,000       

+2,600,000

Paris

France

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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