The 2017 World Series of Poker has entered the home stretch, and a Jersey guy is in prime position to win it all.
Scott Blumstein, a native of Morristown, New Jersey, has reached the final three of this year’s WSOP Main Event with a commanding chips lead entering Saturday’s final round of play.
Blumstein has 226.45 million chips after play ended Friday, according to ESPN. The other remaining competitors – Dan Ott of Altoona, Pa., and French pro Benjamin Pollak – have 88.375 million and 45.85 million, respectively, in chips remaining.
The WSOP champion will leave with a $8.15 million prize. …read more
Source: NJ.com Morris