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Daniel Zack opened the cutoff for 9,000 and Haresh Thaker reraised all in for 81,500 from the small blind. Andrey Zaichenko then shipped all in over the top from the big blind, and Zack let his hand go.
The board ran out , keeping Zaichenko's ace-queen as the best hand. Thaker was eliminated in eighth place and his bust out has prompted a redraw to the unofficial final table of seven. A seating chart will be made available shortly.
Action folded over to Daniel Zack in the big blind. He opened to 9,000 only to have Bryn Kenney make it 25,000 to go from the big blind. Zack came back over the top with a four-bet to 64,500 and Kenney let his cards go. Zack took down the pot and now has about 310,000 in chips.
Andrey Zaichenko opened the cutoff to 10,000 only to have Daniel Zack make it 25,000 to go from the button. Action folded over to David Blatte who shipped all in from the big blind for his last 47,000. Zaichenko folded and Zack called.
The board ran out , giving Blatte a set of aces while Zack made a spade flush. Zack scored the knockout and now has about 285,000 in chips.
Cards are in the air for the final day of Event #63: $1,500 Six-Handed 10-Game Mix!
LIMIT FLOP/DRAW GAMES - 4,000 8,000 8,000-16,000
STUD GAMES 2,000 2,000 8,000 8,000-16,000
NO-LIMIT (2-7/HOLDEM) AND POT-LIMIT GAMES 1,000 2,000 4,000
Welcome to PokerNews' Day 3 coverage of Event #63: $1,500 Six-Handed 10-Game Mix.
After 20 one-hour levels, the starting field of 445 entries has been whittled down to just nine players, each with hopes of capturing a coveted World Series of Poker gold bracelet, as well as the first-place prize of $153,220. A talented group remains and leading the way is Jan Suchanek with 494,000. While this only marks Suchanek's sixth career WSOP cash, the Kiwi boasts a plethora of results from down under the past few years.
Second in chips is Bryn Kenney with 298,500. Kenney, who held the chip lead after Day 1, has already made two final tables this summer and this marks his 26th career WSOP cash. Will he capture that elusive first bracelet? Mixed-game veteran Andrey Zaichenko (259,000) and bracelet-winner Randy Ohel (212,500) sit third and fourth in chips, respectively.
Here are the Day 3 table and seating assignments:
Play is set to resume at 2 p.m. and will continue until a winner emerges. Keep it here at PokerNews for live updates on all of the exciting action!