The action barely leaves time for sleep, with two bracelets, two final tables, two Day 2's and two new events on the roster. The WSOP keeps on rolling as we begin Day 16.
The $3,000 H.O.R.S.E. tournament came to a close last night, crowning Jens Voertmann as its winner. Voertmann took the title by dominating his opponent in a series of Stud Eight hands.
In his interview with PL.com after his win, Voertmann talked a bit about his poker background, saying "My favorite game is Stud - that's what I started with, and I what I'm most experienced with. But I play a lot of H.O.R.S.E. on the Internet at Max Pescatori $212,000 3 Kyle Hegeman $198,000 6 Greg Hurst $197,000 2 Jonathan Depa $185,000 8 T.J. Cloutier, Michael Banducci
Roman Paradiso vs. Andy Black vs. Michael McNeil
Matt Giannetti vs. Michael Mizrachi
All players begin their Round 4 matchups with $160,000 in chips. Action resumes from the Brasilia Room, down the hall from the Amazon Room, at 2 p.m. PDT today. (Thanks to www.wsop.com.)
Unlike after some of the other events' Day 1's, there are no gaping chip leaders after Day 1 of the $1,500 Razz Event. Leading the pack are Barry Greenstein and John Turner, who are tied for chips, with Vanessa Rousso not too far behind in third.
For a complete list of chip counts, head over to our Event 26 live updates.
Event 27 and 28
Today will see the next $1,500 NL Hold'em event get under way, with Event 28, a $5,000 PLO w/Rebuys tournament, starting at 5 p.m. With many of the top pros engaged in other tournaments, we'll have to wait until the tournament kicks off to know who's going to be playing where.
To find out all this and more, head to the live updates page.