Thirteen are left and at the end of Day 3, one will remain, raising up the first mixed-game bracelet of the 2019 World Series of Poker. It's time for someone to take down Event #6: $2,500 Limit Mixed Triple Draw for $160,447.
Jake Schwartz leads the pack, bringing 789,000 into the final day, but while he has a fairly sizable lead over second-place Sumir Mathur, there's plenty of other strong competition left. He'll have to contend with the likes of former PPC champ Mike Gorodinsky, Mark Gregorich, Jon Turner and Dan Zack. among others.
The action kicks off at 2 p.m. local time here at the Rio, taking place on the secondary feature tables in Amazon Room. Limits will open at 10,000/20,000 and go up from there, with a winner likely to emerge sometime in the evening after roughly eight levels of play.
As this event is unstreamed, PokerNews will serve as your exclusive source of live updates for Event #6. Stay tuned to see who can lowball their way to a gold bracelet and $160,447.
|Amazon||1||1||Jake Schwartz||United States||789,000|
|Amazon||1||4||Andrew Yeh||United States||282,000|
|Amazon||1||5||Andrew Brown||United States||92,000|
|Amazon||1||6||Daniel Zack||United States||208,000|
|Amazon||2||1||Jon Turner||United States||228,000|
|Amazon||2||3||David Gee||United States||441,000|
|Amazon||2||4||Mike Gorodinsky||United States||493,000|
|Amazon||2||5||Bryce Yockey||United States||99,000|
|Amazon||2||6||Sumir Mathur||United States||574,000|
|Amazon||3||1||Mark Gregorich||United States||280,000|
|Amazon||3||3||Brayden Gazlay||United States||490,000|
|Amazon||3||4||Jesse Hampton||United States||305,000|