|ROOM||TABLE||SEAT||PLAYER||CITY / STATE / COUNTRY||CHIP COUNT|
|Amazon||406||2||Brett Richey||United States||192,000|
|Amazon||406||3||Josh Arieh||United States||535,000|
|Amazon||406||4||Scott Seiver||United States||783,000|
|Amazon||406||6||Ahmed Mohamed||United States||273,000|
|Amazon||406||7||Brian Hastings||United States||1,093,000|
|Amazon||414||1||Erik Seidel||United States||994,000|
|Amazon||414||2||Ian O'Hara||United States||975,000|
|Amazon||414||3||Marco Johnson||United States||1,460,000|
|Amazon||414||5||John Monnette||United States||657,000|
Event #73: 10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship
Dia 3 Iniciado
The Final Day of Event #73: $10,000 Seven Card Stud 8 or Better Championship is here.
After a grueling 20½ hours of stud hi-lo action, the original field of 144 runners has been carved down to the final 11 potential new WSOP champions, each seeking out a championship WSOP gold bracelet along with the $352,958 in first-place cash.
Monday afternoon, Eric Seidel (994,000; 9x WSOP Winner) will be hoping to join real-life WSOP poker legends Doyle Brunson, Johnny Chan, and Phil Ivey in an elite group of four 10x WSOP gold bracelet winners.
Also looking to make WSOP history by joining a limited group of his own is Josh Arieh (535,000; 4x WSOP Winner) who will seek out his 3rd WSOP coveted gold bracelet- of the 2021 series. Should Arieh end up with the crown he would join six others as three-time-same-series bracelet winners in the record books.
Event #73: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Eight or Better Championship Remaining Payouts
The final day will resume with the start of level 18 and play until a champion is crowned. There will be a 10-minute break at the end of each level.
Please stay tuned to PokerNews for continued updates of this event, or live here at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino where the cards will be back in the air at 3:00 p.m. local time (PST).
The final 11 players have taken their seats and action is underway!
Josh Arieh: //
Scott Seiver: //
Catching up on fourth street, Arieh called bets from Seiver on fourth through sixth, and then Seiver check-called a bet from Arieh on seventh.
Arieh tabled for a king-high flush and Seiver mucked — awarding the pot Arieh.
On the latest episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Jesse Fullen and Chad Holloway come to you from the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP)!
Registration on the 2021 WSOP $10,000 Main Event closed with 6,550 players! Find out how things stacked up during Day 4 play including a deep run by Chris Moneymaker. They also talk about Pennsylvania math teacher John Coyle, who qualified for the WSOP Main Event for just $5, as well as a pair of big hands — quads-over-quads on the live stream and the cracked aces money bubble hand suffered by Kevin Campbell.
They also welcome special guest Michael Graydon from Birmingham, Alabama, who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer seven months ago. The poker community stepped up to support the 40-year-old husband & father of two. A number of players came together to fund Graydon's trip to the WSOP this year including an entry to the Main Event. Lára Neacy met with him just before he took his seat for Day 1D to hear his story & new perspective on life.
Finally, get an update on the current Player of the Year standings as the WSOP enters its home stretch.
Josh Arieh: //
Brian Hastings: //
Brian Hastings led the betting each street up and Arieh until seventh street when he slowed down and checked, which prompted Arieh to fire out one big bet.
Next, Hastings called and mucked after Arieh tabled a six-high straight and was awarded the pot.
Brett Richey: //
Brian Hastings: //
Brian Hastings completed and Brett Richey raised. Hastings re-raised to put Richey all in and Richey called.
Hastings board left him with two-pair, which was best against the pair of aces of Richey, who was eliminated in 11th place.