Time has run out on Day 3 of Event #9: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship and there are two players remaining who will come back tomorrow for the WSOP bracelet and the money that comes with it.
The day began with 17 players and Abe Mosseri took his chip lead all the way to heads up, using his big stack and aggression to eliminate four players along the way. Mosseri (5,135,000) holds the lead over Daniel Negreanu (2,575,000)
The field opted to take a 15-minute break instead of the scheduled hour long one and three-handed play lasted over a whopping five and a half hours with each player taking the lead and being the shortest stack at different points. The floor granted the three remaining players a "courtesy level" which was helpful to third-place finisher Yarron Bendor who had a flight to catch at 6 a.m.
Multiple bracelet winners who busted included Mike Matusow (8th Place), John Monnette (9th) and Max Pescatori (15th).
Play will resume at 3 p.m. so be sure to follow all of the updates at PokerNews.