Wednesday, December 14, 2022 8:24 AM Local Time
Only Three Players Remain In The Bicycle Casino WSOP Circuit Main Event
Final Table Chip Leader Adam Miller
It all comes down to this!
After a long and grueling 12 hours of poker on Day 2 of the Bicycle Casino WSOP Circuit Main Event, our remaining three players return to The Bike well-rested and ready to compete for glory. For one of our players, only two opponents stand in the way of not just the $87,120 top prize, but a ticket to Las Vegas for the 2023 World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions. Before our three remaining players can even think about the Tournament of Champions, they must first focus on winning The Bike’s Circuit Main Event
Hong Xing Wang, Andrew Merrick, and chip leader Adam Miller sit as the final three poker players remaining in the Bicycle Casino WSOP Circuit Main Event. Here are where the chip counts stand before the day begins:
1) Adam Miller - 3,625,000
2) Andrew Merrick - 2,690,000
3) Hong Xing Wang - 1,345,000
Although they no longer have a seat at the table, here is where each final table member finished on Day Two:
4th Place - Win Nguyen - $28,010
5th Place - Andy Garcia - $20,740
6th Place - Michael Lo - $15,635
7th Place - Payman Arjang - $12,101
8th Place - Daniel Brown - $9,395
9th Place - David Carver - $7,495
Action will begin today at 1 P.M., with play continuing until a new Circuit Main Event champion is crowned. Play starts at Level 27 with level times set at one hour each. Players will receive one 10-minute break after the completion of every two levels, with a one-hour dinner break also being provided if necessary and desired.
All three of our remaining players have played incredibly well displaying endurance and skill the past three days. Today is sure to serve as quite the finale for the Bicycle Casino WSOP Circuit series, be sure to stay tuned in to WSOP.com for updates and an interview with our eventual champion.