Jordan Morgan and Evan McNiff will be back for Day 4, an extra day for this event, to finish their long heads-up battle.
Day 3 started with 15 players and was down to the official final table of nine within a few hours. Then it took just 78 hands before seven players were eliminated and these two contestants remained. Nearly six hours later, they had played just under 200 hands against each other and were no closer to determining the champion. They decided to bag up their chips and come back for one last day.
When play resumes at 1 p.m., the stacks will be very even. Morgan has an ever-so-slight chip lead, and we've seen the chip advantage swap places a few times already in this grueling clash, so it is absolutely anyone's game at this point.
In due time, one of these players will win the top-prize money of $478,102 and will be awarded with a gold WSOP bracelet. Stay tuned to this live reporting blog here on PokerNews to see who it will be.