Tony Dunst in good position at the final table of WPT Rolling Thunder
Professional poker player Tony Dunst is among the chip leaders at the final table of the World Poker Tour (WPT) Rolling Thunder tournament. Dunst has put in a strong performance throughout the tournament, and is in a strong position to take home the top prize of over $300,000.
The WPT Rolling Thunder tournament took place at the Thunder Valley Casino Resort in Lincoln, California. The event attracted a field of 280 players, all competing for a share of the $1 million prize pool. Over the course of the tournament, players have been eliminated one by one, until just six remain.
Dunst is one of the most experienced players at the final table, with over $3.5 million in live tournament winnings. He is also a familiar face to fans of the WPT, having been a commentator on the TV show for many years.
Dunst has played a solid game throughout the tournament, and has been steadily building his chip stack as the field has thinned. As the final table begins, he is in third place with just over 2.4 million chips.
The chip leader at the start of the final table is Jim Collopy, with 3.4 million chips. In second place is Nick Pupillo, with 2.7 million chips. The other three players at the final table are Qing Liu, Tyler Cornell, and Javier Gomez.
The WPT Rolling Thunder final table promises to be an exciting and closely contested affair, with all six players in with a chance of taking home the top prize. Dunst will be looking to draw on his experience and skill to make a run at the title, and fans will be eagerly watching to see how he performs.
The final table is set to take place on April 5th, and will be live-streamed on the WPT website. With Tony Dunst among the chip leaders, the stage is set for an intense and thrilling finale to the WPT Rolling Thunder tournament.