Day 2 has come to a close and just five players remain in Event #39: Pot-Limit Omaha. It’s Josh Arieh (6,330,000) who bagged the chip lead heading into the final day on Friday.
The remaining players will compete for the $204,766 first-place prize and a coveted WSOP gold bracelet. The other players to bag are Ivan Deyra (5,110,000), Gabriel Andrade (1,400,000), Tommy Le (5,300,000), and Robert Blair (2,450,000).
Seat Draw Day 3 Event #39: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha
|1||Robert Blair||United States||2,450,000|
|2||Tommy Le||United States||5,300,000|
|3||Josh Arieh||United States||6,330,000|
Bustouts came at a rapid pace to start the day. The field was whittled down to 16 within the first five hours of play. From then on, the action slowed to a crawl. It took another three hours of play to get to the unofficial final table. Those who fell short of the final five players included Ashor Ochana (9th - $15,842), Charles Wilt (8th - $20,371), Lior Abudi (7th - $26,603), and Nitesh Rawtani (6th - $35,278).
|Place||Prize (in USD)|
Day 3 will resume at 4 p.m. on October 22 and you can watch the PokerGO stream starting at 5 p.m. local time. Follow all the action on PokerNews for the conclusion of this event and our continuing coverage of the World Series of Poker.