The past four days have seen 136 runners at Poker Night in America at Golden Nugget whittled down to just five. They are Mike Comisso (1,263,000), Vinicius Lima (1,198,000), Chan Pelton (1,050,000), David Morton (292,000), and Dimitry Agrachov (282,000), and today will see one of them claim the tournament and $56,366 in prize money.
Out of the long grind of this tournament, Day 3 presents the most interesting scenario for the players. Unlike the other days, in which standard tournament poker was being played, Day 3 is all about the televised final table. That means a shot clock in PNIA events, and it will be a 60-second clock on every decision. Each player will receive a pair of time extensions as well, which can be used at any point in the final table, including on the same hand.
Players are currently fulfilling TV media obligations, and cards are scheduled to fly some time between 12:45 p.m and 1 p.m. local time here in downtown Las Vegas.