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We’ve covered the main events, including the biggest, and the big names in the poker world are expected to be in action.
Check back here every Tuesday for the most important news and analysis from the weekend.2018 WPS Lineup of Main Event PlayersThis is a complete listing of all the players who will be participating in the 2018 WSOP Miami.
This list will include all of the participants for the main table, but will also include some of the lesser-known players who may make up a roster of the top 100 players in the world.
The list will be updated throughout the weekend, with the final roster announced on Monday.
A full roster is available below, along with the lineups for all three main tables.
The lineups will be released on Monday morning.
Bobby Charlton of WPT Miami and Tony Gennaro of PPT Miami will represent PPT on the main tablesThis is the only other PPT World Series event in 2018.
Bobby Charlton will represent the U.S. at the event and will be playing his first tournament since the UCL World Championship.
His win at the UCR World Championship and victory at the WPT are the only World Series wins of his career.
This will be the first time Charlton has played for a major tournament since winning the PPT title at the 2017 WSOP in Japan.
Tony Genna is one of the best in the business and is the second player to reach two WSOP Championships in two years.
He will be in the same company as Charlton.
He won the WPA Main Table at the 2016 UCL and won the UWS Main Table this year.
He also won the PGA Main Table last year.
Gennaro will represent Puerto Rico on the PPG main tablesAt the PPP World Series 2017, Tony Gazzarini won the first ever WSOP Championship with his PPP, finishing with a $30,000 bonus and a whopping $100,000 prize purse.
He has since won two more major titles, including a $5,000 payday at the PPLS World Series in 2016.
His victory at last year’s PPPs World Series is the first for Gazzardini since his PPLs victory in 2014.
At this year in Miami, Gazzarinis victory at WPPs means he will be a lock to win the title at WSOP 2018.