:: Event #20 ($1,500 PLH): All eyes were on whether or not Erik Seidel could bag his ninth WSOP bracelet, but he flamed out early in 7th place. John-Paul Kelly ended up taking the title, banking $194,434 and his first bracelet. Get full results and payouts here.
:: Event #21 ($3,000 H.O.R.S.E.): A year after just missing out on a bracelet in Limit Hold’em, Zac Fellows pulls through for his first WSOP win. Fellows defeated James Van Alstyne for the title, taking home $311,899. Gavin Smith just missed the final table, finishing 10th. Get full results here.
:: Event #22 ($1,500 NLH Shoot-Out): Blah. Here.
:: Event #23 ($10,000 NL 2-7 Draw Lowball): The day finished with the final table almost set, as 10 remain on two tables. Vince Musso, whose one and only WSOP cash was a third in this same event…in 1979…is chip leader, stacked at 765,500. He’s followed by likely 2009 WSOP POY Ville Wahlbeck (seriously where did this guy come from?) with 487,000. Also remaining is an interesting mix of John Juanda (387,000), Nick Schulman (300,000), Archie Karas! (264,500), Steve Sung (212,500), David Benyamine (139,0000), Justin ‘BoostedJ’ Smith (122,5000), Michael Binger (108,0000), and Roland de Wolfe (102,000).
:: Event #24 ($1,500 NLH): A strong field of 2,506 showed for the latest $1,500 NLH entry. Some of the big names remaining include Robert Mizrachi, Kara Scott, Humberto Brenes, Nam Le, and Joe Sebok. Get full chip counts here.
:: Event #25 ($3,000 Omaha/7CS 8B): A field of 376 played down to 155. Can Hau is the overnight chip leader, stacked at 51,800. Other big stacks include Jon “Pearljammer” Turner, Dutch Boyd, and Phil Ivey. Get full chip counts here.