Level 31: Blinds 75,000/150,000/150,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 1,415
Players Remaining: 6
Average Stack: 9.4 million
International poker pro Joseph di Rosa Rojas has been playing professionally for about 4 years and has accumulated a bit more than $780,000 in tournament earnings. Most of that came from his WSOP bracelet win in the 2017 Marathon Event, which earned him more than $690,000. The 36-year-old will have to win this event to beat that score, but enters the final table fourth in chips with a below-average stack of 5.8 million.
The Venuzuelan now lives in Florida and travels the globe playing poker. He’s already secured his second-ever six-figure cash and first cash on the World Poker Tour. Joseph entered Day 4 with a very short stack, ranked 27th out of 29 returning players with only 15 big blinds. At one point in the day he was down to only 4 big blinds, so he’s proven he is adept at playing with a short stack.
Joseph starts the final table in Seat 3 with 39 big blinds, which is plenty of ammunition to do some damage if the cards fall his way.