The last two players will battle it out for the first-place prize of $207,003 and the WSOP Gold Bracelet in Event #14: $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. at the 50th Annual World Series of Poker. Jason Stockfish and Murilo Souza are still in contention for one of the most prestigious prizes in poker.
Stockfish is still in the running for his first bracelet after finishing second three times already. Two of those runner-up finishes are in mixed game events and Stockfish takes the chip lead to the fourth day of play, with 4,095,000 chips compared to the 3,425,000 currently in front of Murilo Souza's seat.
For Souza, it's his first WSOP cash and final table. It's a rare feat to win a bracelet in your first WSOP cash, but Souza has the chance to do just that on Day 4 of the tournament.
The tournament was originally scheduled to play down to six players on Day 3 but the tournament direction decided to try and play down to a winner. Day 4 will now continue from 12 noon and there are four hands of Omaha Hi-Lo left with the button is in front of Souza.
PokerNews will be on the floor to report the heads-up battle.
|3||Gary Kosakowski||United States||$89,730|
|4||Phillip Hui||United States||$63,860|
|5||Chris Klodnicki||United States||$46,127|
|7||Joseph Aronesty||United States||$25,181|
|8||Danny Woolard||United States||$19,040|