That brings an end to a long ten levels of play here today in Event #37 of the 2010 World Series of Poker. Our 219 hopefuls have been reduced to just 25 of the finest mixed game players in the world, who will return tomorrow to decide who will be victorious and capture that elusive gold WSOP bracelet.
It will be an exciting day as we have several big name pros still in this field, headlined of course by the immortal Phil Ivey who will have the attention of the world as he goes for bracelet number eight. He's been in cruise control for most of this event so far, and will be looking to step it up a gear tomorrow.
He will be joined by the likes of David Benyamine, Bill Chen, David Singer, Scott Seiver, Jeff Lisandro, Chad Brown and Dan Heimiller, just to name a few. However they will all be chasing John Juanda who continues his fantastic form as he surged late to grab the chip lead with 393,000 chips, narrowly ahead of David Baker and Ryan Hughes. We'll have the full list of chip counts updated in the Chip Counts page you very shortly.
The players will return to the Amazon Room at 3pm tomorrow and play it out until a champion is crowned. Hold on to your hats folks, it could be a long and bumpy ride! We look forward to your company then!