Dylan Smith rocks the 2024 World Poker Tour

With $839,300 on the table, Dylan Smith maintains his lead in the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown Final Table for the 2024 World Poker Tour, which will resume in Las Vegas on May 29. 

This poker tournament is a $3,500 buy-in no-limit hold’em main event, attracting 1,869 participants. The $5,980,800 was to be distributed amongst the initial 234 winners. What now awaits is a final round with six competitors. All of these have obtained an average of $176,000. They have the option of a total winning amount of $839,300. 

The tournament will again kickstart after five weeks and come with a televised WPT final table game slated for May 29, the venue being the HyperX Arena in Luxor Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

According to the poker news, Dylan Smith will head the group with 28,400,000 chips, and he is thrilled about it. Earlier, he has collected over $2 million via poker competitions. 

Following close on his heels is Joshua Reichard, who has won poker tournaments fifteen times. Third place is occupied by Landon Tice, which has 13,700,000 chips. He has collected over $1.1 million in the past through poker winnings. 

Next in line is Alex Queen, with a total chip count of 13,450,000. Before this, he has taken away $613,063. He is expected to give a big fight to Tice. 

Who follows is Jesse Lonis, a twice bracelet winner. Till now, he is known to have walked off with $8.7 million and currently has 12,350,000 chips with him. 

Aaron Kupin has the smallest chip count, amounting to 4,925,000. He has raked in $600,000 in the form of poker earnings.

Joseph Watkins is an avid gambler and also contributes the in-depth & most recent Las Vegas casino news stories. He joins as a news-editor recently with almost two years of experience in sports news writing.

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