A lot of excitement today for the 2010 WSOP $25,000 six-handed event. Satellites were running for it all day at the Rio, and “many” expect a lot of Internet whizzes to show up for this one.
No bracelets were won yesterday, but plenty going on. Including some Brown Sugar on the Rail (below thumbs), which we rarely if ever see at the WSOP. Check out our full 2010 WSOP Girls on the Rail here.
On with the latest…
:: Event #47 ($1,500 NLH) – Down to a final table, with Allan Baekke and Owen Crowe remaining. Get full chip counts here.
:: Event #49 ($1,500 NLH) – A total of 23 friends and familyTM remain. Meh. Chip counts here.
:: Event #50 ($5,000 PLO) – With 31 remaining, Robert Mizrachi has a big lead, stacked at 758,000. He’s followed by Kevin Boudreau with 504,000 and the guy we’d like to see win this, Jose Nacho Barbero, with 480,000. Can’t have too many guys named Nacho around. There is a serious shortage of Nachos. We need more Nachos. Nacho. Jason Mercier (221,000) also remains. Get full chip counts here.
:: Event #51 ($3,000 Triple-Chance NLH) – A total of 965 entered creating a first place prize of $559,371. With 189 remaining, Tommy Vedes is the chip leader, stacked at 237,100. He’s followed by David Singer with 204,100. Also remaining is Tom ‘durrrr’ Dwan with 59,800. Get full chip counts here.