When Day 4 of Event #9: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship begins at 2:00 p.m. local time, the last 6 remaining players out of the 169-entry field will resume battle at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, each in hot pursuit of the $417,921 first prize and WSOP gold. Leading the way is three-time bracelet winner Eli Elezra, who began Day 3 as the chip leader bagged 2,700,000 chips at the conclusion of play.
Although Elezra has a substantial lead — the next largest stack belongs to Adam Coats with 1,820,000 — he's facing some unsurprisingly tough competition. Two-time bracelet winners Paul Volpe (1,600,000) and Viacheslav Zhukov (970,000) are still in the hunt, and they're joined by accomplished players Kyle Miaso (1,275,000) and an extremely short-stacked Dustin Dirksen (140,000). Here's a look at the seating chart:
|1||Dustin Dirksen||United States||140,000|
|3||Adam Coats||United States||1,820,000|
|4||Paul Volpe||United States||1,600,000|
|5||Kyle Miaso||United States||1,275,000|
|6||Eli Elezra||United States||2,700,000|
Day 4 play will resume at Level 26 with limits of 40,000/80,000 with just three minutes left on the clock. This event will be live streamed and is scheduled to play down to a winner today. Keep it here for live updates from the final day of action in this event and throughout the 2018 World Series of Poker presented by the PokerNews Live Reporting team.