Event #13: $3,000 Freezeout No-Limit Hold'em

Seven Players Play Down to a WSOP Champion in Event #13: $3,000 Freezeout

Michael Gathy

Welcome back to the final day of Event #13: $3,000 Freezeout No-Limit Hold'em will resume play at Noon local time with seven players out of 720 entries returning to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.

All seven players have secured at least $49,238 but will all be looking to grab a bigger share of the $1,922,400 prize pool. The eventual winner at the end of the day will walk away with $371,914 and the WSOP bracelet.

Brandon Caputo will come back in pole position as he bagged 7,280,000 last night which equals 60 big blinds at the start of play. But hot on his heels is someone who is no stranger to WSOP success, Michael Gathy with 6,700,000 in chips while Gabriel Andrade completes the top three with 4,900,000.

Gathy is the only person at this final table who has won a bracelet before, and not just one, he has four in his collection already. He is also the only player not representing the United States as he hails from Belgium. Craig Mason, Harvey Mathews, Girish Apte, and David Lolis will be trying their hardest to keep the win and bracelet here in the US.

Event #13: $3,000 Freezeout NLHE Final Table Seat Draw and Chip Counts

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Harvey MathewsUnited States2,520,00021
2Gabriel AndradeUnited States4,900,00041
3David LolisUnited States2,295,00019
4Girish ApteUnited States2,425,00020
5Michael GathyBelgium6,700,00056
6Craig MasonUnited States2,780,00023
7Brandon CaputoUnited States7,200,00060

The seven remaining players will play down to five of them and then go for a break until 4 p.m. PST. The PokerGO production will then come into action and bring you the coverage through their platform too with a security delay as they'll be displaying the hole cards of the players.

But as always, PokerNews will be right here to bring you all the live updates from the first shuffle until a new WSOP bracelet winner is crowned.

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