Event #60 of the World Series of Poker 2014 resumes today with 24 players still in contention for the first prize of $614,248 and the coveted WSOP gold bracelet.
Steve Sung is the chip leader with 1,132,000 and is going for his third WSOP bracelet. Sung is over 350,000 ahead of the man in second place, French pro Erwann Pecheux who has 780,000. Right on his heels, though, is third-placed Thomas Dietl from Germany with 774,000.
Other notables to look out for in the field today are Cherish Andrews, Evan McNiff, Ty Reiman, Scott Baumstein, and Zach Gruneberg. With such a talented field spread among the three remaining tables, it’s sure to be a great day of poker.
Action gets underway at 1 p.m. with the tournament set to play down to a winner. Join the PokerNews Live Reporting team as we bring you all the bustouts and dramatic hands, including hand-for-hand coverage as soon as they reach the official final table of nine.