After three long days, 27 levels of play, and besting a starting field of 1,074 entries, the remaining eight contenders return to compete today inside Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas for the top prize of $166,975 and the World Series of Poker bracelet.
Play will resume today at 2 p.m. local time on Bally's Main Stage and as well as the PokerNews live updates, you can catch the live stream on PokerGO's YouTube channel at 3 p.m.
The total prize pool for this event was $955,860, with 162 players taking home a piece of the pot, including Cherish Andrews, Lexy Gavin, Charlotte Van Brabander, Amanda Baker, Tiffany Michelle and Maria Konnikova, who all busted out yesterday.
Lynh Nguyen is the current chip leader of the pack with 3,870,000 but with all of the remaining players vying for their first bracelet win, it is still anyone's game. Christina Gollins is right behind Nguyen for chips with a stack of 3,845,000 and beginning the day in third is Julie Le with 3,100,000.
The remaining five who will be joining them on the final table are Meikat Siu (3,020,000), Felisa Westermann (2,910,000), Sandy Tran (2,555,000), Jessica Teusl (985,000) and Natalie Hof (965,000).
Event #61: Ladies No-Limit Hold’em Championship Final Table Seat Draw
|3||Sandy Tran||United States||2,555,000||25|
|4||Meikat Siu||United States||3,020,000||30|
|6||Lynh Nguyen||United States||3,870,000||38|
|7||Christina Gollins||United States||3,845,000||38|
|8||Julie Le||United States||3,100,000||31|
Play will resume at 2 p.m. in Level 28 with blinds at 50,000/100,000 so make sure to tune in to PokerNews for all the action throughout the day until a new WSOP champion is crowned.