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Damian Salas Waits for The Winner of The US WSOP Main Event


On December 15th, Salas won the final table at Kings Casino in the Czech Republic. And received 1,550,969 US dollars.

Damian Salas has a chance to get revenge at the WSOP

Despite winning the international championship of the WSOP Main Event, the Argentine is still not the world champion of poker. Salas will wait for the winner of the final table of the Main Event. The final table will be held at Rio in Las Vegas on Monday.

Then he will compete with the winner of the final table for an additional $1 million. No matter which player wins that heads-up match, he will win the title of a gold bracelet and the 2020 World Poker Championship.

This year's World Series of Poker in Las Vegas was canceled due to COVID-19. Caesars moved the WSOP off-site for the 85 bracelet series in the summer. But no world champion was crowned. Therefore, WSOP has created an off-site/offline hybrid version. It is now only a few days away from completion.

Damian Salas Waits for The Winner of The US WSOP Main Event

Who will Damian Salas face at the WSOP?

Damian Salas, who defeated Bruno Button's heads-up at Kings Casino, has a chance to avenge his past defeat. In 2017, he almost won the most prestigious event in the poker industry. He was eliminated in seventh place. Scott Blumstein won the coveted gold bracelet.

This year, he wants to overcome difficulties and win a place in poker history. But he might have to face a tough opponent. There are 9 players left in the stage of the 2020 WSOP Main Event. This includes three-time bracelet winners Upeshka De Silva and Gershon Distenfeld. The wealthy investor will donate the prize money of the main event to charity.

However, Joseph Hebert maintained a huge chip lead with 13,052,534 chips. Shawn Stroke ranked second with 5,252,000 chips. Ryan Hagerty ranked fourth with 5,071,572. Next are Ye Yuan (4,829,459), Michael Cannon (4,408,847), Distenfeld (3,475,481), Ron Jenkins (2,476,746). Then there are De Silva (2,151,969) and Harrison Dobin (1,581,392).

There will be no live broadcast of the WSOP Main Event final table. But ESPN is broadcasting the game. It will be broadcast in an edited version in February. ESPN poker commentators Norman Chad and Lon McEachern will broadcast live in the studio for the 18th consecutive year.