Event #63: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship

Defending Champion Among 20 Players Returning for Day 3 of $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship

Josh Arieh

Only 20 players remain heading into Day 3 of Event #63: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship at the World Series of Poker, which is scheduled to get underway at 2 p.m. PDT. High stakes pro David "Chino" Rheem leads the pack with a stack of 2,595,000 as he looks to earn his maiden WSOP bracelet.

Other big stacks who will join Rheem on the Day 3 felt include Filippos Stavrakis, (1,880,000), Seungjin Lee (1,860,000) and Ken Aldridge (1,075,000).

Event #63: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship Top 10 Chip Counts

1Chino RheemUnited States2,595,000104
2Filippos StavrakisUnited States1,880,00075
3Seungjin LeeSouth Korea1,860,00074
4Damjan RadanovUnited States1,275,00051
5Amnon FilippiUnited States1,275,00051
6Ken AldridgeUnited States1,075,00043
7Felipe RamosBrazil1,010,00040
8Sterling SavillUnited States910,00036
9Robert CowenUnited Kingdom840,00034
10Sean RemzUnited States825,00033

The PLO Hi-Lo Championship attracted many of the biggest names in poker, some of whom are still in the running, including defending champion and 2021 WSOP Player of the Year Josh Arieh, Poker Hall of Famer Eli Elezra, bracelet winner Joao Vieira and Allen Kessler, who is after his first golden bracelet and will be certain to alert PokerNews of any big hands that take place at his table.

Allen Kessler
Allen Kessler

Some of the players who made the money but weren't lucky enough to survive Day 2 include Phil Ivey, Chad Eveslage, Patrick Leonard, Greg Merson, Ryan Laplante and Paul Volpe.

Day 3 will pick up on Level 21 with blinds of 10,000/25,000/25,000 with levels lasting 60 minutes and 15-minute breaks every two levels. Players will take a 60-minute dinner break after Level 26, which is expected to be around 8:30 p.m.

The day will play down to five players, who will return for Day 4 on Saturday, July 2. Day 4 will play down to a winner, who will earn the top prize of $611,362.

Stay tuned as PokerNews is on-site and ready to bring you updates on the PLO Hi-Lo Championship action.

Tags: Allen KesslerChad EveslageChino RheemEli ElezraFilippos StavrakisGreg MersonJoao VieiraJosh Arieh