Photo Caption: Michael Mizrachi is the top points earner on the list of 100 qualified players who can buy their way in to the WSOP National Championship for $10,000. Photo by Jay WhoJedi Newnum
 
We've spent the summer periodically highlighting some of the best players on the World Series of Poker Circuit who earned a seat into the $1 million WSOP National Championship freeroll.  These 100 players worked hard for their free shot at a big payday, but this event is also going to reward 100 of the WSOP's best performers of the past three years with a shot at the bracelet and a piece of the prize pool as well.
 
The 100 WSOP Rankings qualifiers for the WSOP National Championship may not have free seats into the event like their WSOPC counterparts, but for $10,000, they can take part in the action.  The elite field of 100 players is based on the WSOP World Rankings, which looks at player performance over the 2010 and 2011 WSOP. 
 
The newly minted two-time Poker Players Champion, Michael Mizrachi, is the top points earner on the list of 100 afte rhis impressive two-year run, which included his first $50,000 Poker Players Championship victory, his Main Event final table appearance, and his 2011 WSOPE bracelet.  He isn't the only $50,000 PPC winner on the list either.  Brian Rast and David Bach also have an opportunity to buy-in and join the fray, as will recent WSOP Main Event winners Pius Heinz and Jonathan Duhamel.
 
The list of players eligible to buy-in is a veritable who's who of the poker world and they will certainly be formidable competition for the 100 WSOPC qualifiers in what is sure to be an exciting event.  The tournament is scheduled to get underway on Friday, July 6th at 12pm PT.  Day 2 of the National Championship runs on July 7th and the final table will return on July 11th to play down to a National Champion in front of the ESPN cameras. 
 
Here are the 100 players who can buy-in to the WSOP National Championship on July 6th for $10,000.  The list is alphabetical by last name. A list of qualifiers in order of points earned is available on WSOP.com:
 
1. Owais Ahmed
2. Daniel Alaei
3. Richard Ashby
4. David Bach
5. Allen Bari
6. David "Bakes" Baker
7. David "ODB" Baker
8. Tomer Berda
9. Steve Bilirakis
10. Nick Binger
11. Chris Bjorin
12. Tyler Bonkowski
13. Josh Brikis
14. Shawn Buchanan
15. Eric Buchman
16. Joseph Cheong
17. David Chiu
18. Michael Chow
19. Eric Cloutier
20. Jake Cody
21. Owen Crowe
22. James Dempsey
23. Jason Dewitt
24. David Diaz
25. John Dolan
26. Jonathan Duhamel
27. Tom Dwan
28. Joe Ebanks
29. Will Failla
30. Sammy Farha
31. Nicolas Fierro
32. Elio Fox
33. Peter Gelencser
34. Sean Getzwiller
35. Matt Glantz
36. Ian Gordon
37. Bertrand Grospellier
38. Christian Harder
39. Pius Heinz
40. Phil Hellmuth
41. Daniel Idema
42. Matt Jarvis
43. John Juanda
44. Frank Kassela
45. Eugene Katchalov
46. Matt Keikoan
47. Dan Kelly
48. Sami Kelopuro
49. Allen Kessler
50. Alexander Kostritsyn
51. Valdemar Kwaysser
52. Mikhail Lakhitov
53. Ben Lamb
54. Steve Landfish
55. Pascal LeFrancois
56. Amir Lehavot
57. George Lind
58. Vitaly Lunkin
59. Maxim Lykov
60. Ayaz Mahmood
61. Matt Marafioti
62. Matt Matros
63. Jason Mercier
64. Michael Michnik
65. Michael Mizrachi
66. Robert Mizrachi
67. Chris Moorman
68. Scott Montgomery
69. Gabriel Nassif
70. Men Nguyen
71. Jeff Papola
72. David Peters
73. Miguel Proulx
74. Kirill Rabtsov
75. John Racener
76. Mark Radoja
77. Victor Ramdin
78. Brian Rast
79. Jesse Rockowitz
80. Eric Rodawig
81. David Sands
82. Mitch Schock
83. Mark Schmid
84. Nick Schulman
85. Vladimir Shchemelev
86. Martin Staszko
87. Gavin Smith
88. Jarred Solomon
89. Jason Somerville
90. Fabrice Soulier
91. Sam Stein
92. Steve Sung
93. Josh Tieman
94. Yevgeniy Timoshenko
95. Sam Trickett
96. Maxwell Troy
97. Arkadiy Tsinis
98. Jon Turner
99. Tristan Wade
100. Viacheslav Zhukov