Welcome to our Day 3 coverage of Event #12: $1,500 Pot-Limit Hold'em. The starting field of 535 players is down to the final table and before night's end, another World Series of Poker gold bracelet will be awarded. Leading the way when play begins will be Eric Crain with 620,000.
This is Crain's second final table of the 2013 WSOP, having finished in 4th place in Event #8 for $64,975. He'll be looking to better that finish and capture his first bracelet. Second in chips is five-time bracelet winner Allen Cunningham with 452,000. His last bracelet win came in 2007 in pot-limit Hold'em, so the seasoned pro is certainly looking to capture that elusive sixth bracelet to move into a tie for ninth all time.
Bracelet-winner Anthony Harb is looking to win number two, and young pro Timothy Reilly is looking to break through on the big stage.
Play is set to begin at noon local time, about 15 minutes from now, so be sure to keep it here throughout the day to see who captures the gold!