Only six players remain in the $25,000 High Roller event at the World Series of Poker Asia Pacific. After two days of competition, the 68-player field has been pared down to a final table. The final table begins Friday at 3:30 p.m. local time, and play will continue until one player has all the chips. The eventual winner will earn a WSOP bracelet and AU$600,000.

The final table will be broadcast live on ESPN2 at 10 p.m. PT (Thursday night) / 1 a.m. ET (Friday morning), and live in Australia/New Zealand on ESPN at 4 pm local time (30-minute delay, with hole cards).

The overwhelming chip leader heading into the final table is Mike Leah, who returns with a 2,576,000-chip stack. That represents about half the chips in play. Leah has more than twice as much as his nearest competitor, David Yan with 1,278,000.

The final table also features a former WSOP Main Event winner, Jonathan Duhamel, and 2012 Main Event runner up Jesse Sylvia. Duhamel returns with 358,000 in chips; Sylvia has 580,000. Duhamel has now made three final tables at the 2014 WSOP APAC, as has Sam Khoussis, who joins Leah, Duhamel, and company at the final table with a short stack of 106,000.

Day 2 of the High Roller started with 36 players—31 who survived Day 1 and five late entrants. One of those late registrants was Brandon Shack-Harris, entered after his 17th-place finish in the Main Event. Shack-Harris and George Danzer have been involved in an intense, back-and-forth battle for WSOP Player of the Year. Danzer won the 8-Game Mix event earlier in the week here at APAC, his third bracelet of 2014. That victory gave him a solid cushion in the POY race, but Shack-Harris could still catch him with a deep run in the High Roller. However, it was not to be. Shack-Harris was eliminated when his trip queens lost to Sean Winter’s rivered full house, and George Danzer is now officially the 2014 WSOP Player of the Year.

Phil Hellmuth, the all-time leading WSOP bracelet winner with 13, also made a deep run, but finished just short of the money. He was eliminated by Mike Leah on the bubble.

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Here are the seating assignments and full chip counts heading into the final table:

Seat – Player – Chips
1 – Mike Leah – 2,576,000
2 – Brian Roberts – 207,000
3 – Jesse Sylvia – 580,000
4 – Sam Khoussis – 106,000
5 – Jonathan Duhamel – 358,000
6 – David Yan – 1,278,000