Deeb heads into tomorrow's finale with the second largest chip stack, right behind Amnon Fillippi who has $4 million in chips. Barry Greenstein is one of the short stacks with only $750,000.
Tune in tomorrow to see how the one of the year's biggest events wraps up.
Also starting up again at 2 p.m. was Day 3 of the Seniors Event. Nine of those wizened old folks rode their Rascals right into the Amazon Room to figure out who would be the bracelet winner.
It came down to Ernest Bennet and Tony Korfman who played each other heads-up. In a bizarre turn of events both players agreed to chop the prize money 50/50. Korfman didn't really care for the bracelet so he agreed Bennet could have it. How's that for anticlimactic?
Day 2 of Event 43, Limit Hold'em was the third tournament to start up again at 2 p.m. The day started with 60 players but the eliminations came fast and furious and it only took 7 hours to settle on a final table. Joe Sebok and Noah Boeken were a couple of the more well-known casualties. After a great early start Sebok pushed all-in with A-7 and was beat out by a pair of fours. Boeken on the other hand got all-in with K-3 but was out-kicked by an opponent's K-J.
The final table, which plays out tomorrow, is made up of a relatively unknown group of players. Tommy Rounds is the chip leader with $506,000. Check back to see if he can parlay that chip stack into WSOP gold.
Finally at 3 p.m. a hold over from yesterday started up. Event 42, PLO 8/or better was originally scheduled to only be a two day event but they couldn't finish things up so the final table was moved to today. At the end of the day Lukasz Dumanski bested well-known player David Bach in heads-up play. Dumanski went into heads-up play with a two and a half to one chip lead over Bach so it didn't even take that long to decide the bracelet winner. Dumanski won with a two-pair high and 8-7 low. He receives $227,454 but it wasn't enough for him to actually smile.
Join us tomorrow as this massive beast called the 2007 WSOP continues to press onward. All eyes will be on the H.O.R.S.E. final table as Barry Greenstein and others battle for a special edition bracelet.
Peace out, poker fans.
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