Dennis Phillips is a 53 year old commercial account manager from Cottage Hills, Illinois. He entered the main event after winning a satellite held at Harrah’s Casino in St. Louis. He will be the starting chip leader when the final table starts on November 9.

Ivan slot onlain is a 27 year old semi-professional poker player from Moscow, Russia. He has only been playing poker for two years and bought into the Main event directly with $10,000 cash.

Peter Eastgate is a 22 year old professional poker player from Isser, Denmark. He plays middle and high stakes poker for a living and has won several tournaments in Europe.

Scott Montgomery is a 26 year old professional poker player from Perth Ontario, Candada. He was a former English teacher in Japan until he discovered online poker and has been playing poker for a living since.

Ylon Schwartz is a poker player from Brooklyn, New York.He has over $250,000 in live tournament earnings and also excels at chess.

Darus Suharto is a 39 year old accountant from Toronto, Canada. He won his main event seat through a $650 Pokerstars online qualifier.

David “Chino” Rheem is a 28 year old professional poker player from Los Angeles, California. This would mark his second final table at this series, having finished 5th in the $5,000 Mixed Holdem event in June.

Craig Marquis is a 23 year old college student from Arlington, Texas. He is considered to be the least experienced player of the final nine, with less than two years of poker playing under his belt. However, he does play some big cash games online under the poker screen name: CraigMarq

Kim Kelly is a 31 year old professional poker player from Whittier, California. He was a former business analyst, but quit when he became good enough to play poker full time. He will start off the final table as the shortstack, but don’t count him out just yet.

This week’s Super Tuesday poker tournament had a prizepool of $552,000 and kicked off with 552 players. The final table was set with Stregone2000 as the chip leader and slight favorite to win. The momentum began to shift towards Roothlus after he eliminated 4 players in a row and held half the chips in play. When it got 3 handed, they were just about to discuss a deal when Stregone2000 found himself on the upper end of a cooler in a huge pot against Roothlus. Head27 played heads up with a big chip deficit and was quickly eliminated. Stregone2000 would be this week’s Super Tuesday winner and take home $118,000 for his accomplishment.