The Final Day of Event #73: $10,000 Seven Card Stud 8 or Better Championship is here.
After a grueling 20½ hours of stud hi-lo action, the original field of 144 runners has been carved down to the final 11 potential new WSOP champions, each seeking out a championship WSOP gold bracelet along with the $352,958 in first-place cash.
Monday afternoon, Eric Seidel (994,000; 9x WSOP Winner) will be hoping to join real-life WSOP poker legends Doyle Brunson, Johnny Chan, and Phil Ivey in an elite group of four 10x WSOP gold bracelet winners.
Also looking to make WSOP history by joining a limited group of his own is Josh Arieh (535,000; 4x WSOP Winner) who will seek out his 3rd WSOP coveted gold bracelet- of the 2021 series. Should Arieh end up with the crown he would join six others as three-time-same-series bracelet winners in the record books.
Event #73: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Eight or Better Championship Remaining Payouts
The final day will resume with the start of level 18 and play until a champion is crowned. There will be a 10-minute break at the end of each level.
Please stay tuned to PokerNews for continued updates of this event, or live here at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino where the cards will be back in the air at 3:00 p.m. local time (PST).