Shaun Deeb heads into the final table of six remaining players second in chips in Event #14: $1,500 Seven Card Stud, but he will have to navigate a star-studded final table if he wants to take home his fifth WSOP gold bracelet and the $82,262 first place cash. Alongside Deeb(1,195,000), and also looking to add to their WSOP hardware collection, are single bracelet winners David Williams(1,050,000) and Nicholas Seiken(970,000). With half of this final table holding a combined six gold bracelets, we should expect an action-packed filled day of poker where an eventual winner will be crowned!
Deeb is no stranger to bracelets nor WSOP success in this event, having won it back in 2016. He will have to get past the likes of bracelet holders Williams and Seiken, as well as current chip leaderRafael Lebron(1,690,000).Christina Hill(435,000), the last remaining female, will be looking to make a run of her own to add her name to the winner's list in history. Last but not least, high stakes tournament regular David Moskowitz(1,150,000) is always a formidable opponent, and he too will be looking to take it down and get himself a gold bracelet.
Automotive Group Mogul Rafael Lebron was down to 13,000 chips early on Day 2. He has taken those few chips and is now the chip leader of this final table of six! Can he take it home?
Please join us to see which of these amazing poker players will be our next WSOP gold bracelet winner! We will have live updates and chip counts from the very start to the very end here at PokerNews, or live here at The Rio in the Amazon Room at 2:00 p.m. local time! See you then!