We’re back for Day 3 of what might be the final day of the $2,500 Razz event, the only one of its kind at this year’s WSOP. After two days of play, 23 players remain with a chance to take home the bracelet and the first place prize.
Leading the pack is Tommy Chen who has amassed a whopping 473,000 in chips, more than double anyone else. The only other player with over 200,000 in chips is also the only player left in the field with a chance to win his second bracelet of the summer, John Monnette. Team PokerStars Pros Victor Ramdin and Chad Brown are still alive and looking to capture their first bracelets as well. Although the likes of David Sklansky, Chris Bjorin and Robert Williamson III are short, they are looking to move up the leaderboard throughout the day towards the final table along with the others in the field.
Play is set to resume at 3 p.m. PST and will conclude once a winner is crowned. However if that is not achieved within ten levels, like many of the events so far this summer, play will be extended to a fourth day. In either case, stay tuned with us at PokerNews as the field is thinned and where a champion will eventually be determined at some point either today or tomorrow.