The 2020 WPT Seminole Hard Rock Lucky Hearts Poker Open Championship drew 853 entries and the tournament is down to its final table six players.
They are led by former WPT LHPO Champion Brian Altman with John Dollinger not far behind in second.
Here’s a look at the lineup and a little bit of their history.
Seat 1: John Dollinger 10,275,000 (137 bb), a 32-year-old professional poker player who grew up in Florida. Dollinger’s biggest score came in March 2016 when he won the Battle at the Beach, in Pompano Beach Florida. He took home $181,117 for that win and has a career total earnings of $711,639
Seat 2: Chanracy Khun – 3,150,000 (42 bb) from Quebec Canada, has been in the restaurant business for ten years. He won WPT Barcelona in 2013 for $232,487 and that is his biggest score. He has over $1,000,000 in earnings and is a father.
Seat 3: Brian Altman – 10,400,000 (139 bb) is a 31-year-old professional poker player from Boston, Massachusetts. He won this event in February 2015 for $723,008 and could make history by being the first player to win the same WPT twice. He has over $3,700,000 in earnings and is the most accomplished player at the table.
Seat 4: Nadeem Hirani – 5,000,000 (67 bb) – a 33-year-old hailing from India and currently residing in Waynesboro, Georgia. He is self-employed in retail and playing poker for the last two years. This is currently his biggest poker accomplishment.
Seat 5: Nadya Magnus – 4,000,000 (53 bb) is a 43-year-old professional poker player that was born in Russia. She is a mother with one son and has been playing poker for eleven years. She has two WSOP Circuit rings and $652,074 in earnings.
Seat 6: Peter Walsworth – 900,000 (12 bb) is a forty-year-old father of two children from Florida. He went to Florida State University for finance and worked at Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch. His biggest tournament cash came this past November when he final tabled the WPT Borgata Fall Poker Open for $185,018. Walsworth has close to $1,300,000 in career earnings.