Day 9: Two, two and two

Today at the World Series, we will see two bracelets won, two fields work down to a final table and two new events start.

Event 7

Before we get into today's events, though: Last night two more bracelets were won. The first was taken by Matt Keikoan for winning Event 7. The $2,000 NL Hold'em event brought out 1,592 players for a prize pool of just under $2.9 million.

Keikoan's aw-shucks attitude belies some fearsome poker skills.

When questioned by PokerListings about his heads-up battle with online baller Victor Ramdin and Dewey Tomko, as well as Marcel Luske in fourth.

Keep your browser locked on our live updates page for all the action as it happens.

Event 13 and Event 14

Event 13, $2,500 buy-in NL Hold'em, will be sure to attract a large field. With many of the top players still in other tournaments, and the $10,000 World Championship Seven-Card Stud tournament starting the same day, it should open up the door for a few more unknown players to take a stab at a final table.

For updates, including names of players in either event, keep your eyes on our Live Updates page.

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