The 2018 Global Casino Championship is down to the final six players.
Cards for the final day of the tournament will get in the air Thursday at noon on the ESPN stage.
The winner of this unique event will take home $282,113 and a WSOP gold bracelet.
All six players returning are guaranteed a minimum payout of $48,926.
Starting Thursday’s play as the chip leader is Jeremy Meacham from Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts.
He leads a tough six-player field that includes three WSOP gold bracelet winners.
Here is a look at the remaining players: Seat 1: Keven Stammen – 1,393,000 chips (87 big blinds)Kevin Stammen qualified for this year’s GCC by winning the Potawatomi (Milwaukee) Main Event.
He defeated a 604-player field to earn $190,265 and his first career WSOP Circuit ring.
Stammen is the owner of a WSOP gold bracelet, which he won in a $2,500 no-limit hold’em event in 2009.
A win for Stammen would bump his WSOP earnings over the $1.5 million mark. Seat 2: Jeremy Meacham – 1,460,000 chips (91 big blinds) Jeremy Meacham will enter Day 3 as the big stack after a strong finish on Day 2 that saw him go from short stack to chip leader in a matter of a few levels.
Meacham qualified for this tournament by winning the Foxwood’s Main Event for $156,735 and his first career WSOP Circuit ring.
A win for Meacham would give would earn him not only his first career WSOP gold bracelet, but also net him his largest career WSOP cash.