With yet another WSOP bracelet on the horizon, ace Renan Carlos Bruschi is confirmed to play on the final day of Event 36: $3,000 for nine events. With only 22 players remaining, the Gauchos appear to be far from the frontrunners. He is fifth in chips with 480,000.
Currently, the number one is Philip Long from England who participated in the FT of this tournament last year. He was eliminated in third place for $90,411. A mixed game specialist, the pro won $1,500 in eight mixed games in 2018.
Eight other former WSOP champions remain in Event 36, including Argentine Andrés Korn. He had a chance to win a second bracelet last week, but fell short at HU in Event 19: the $2,500 NL Hold’em Freezeout against Bulgaria’s Valentino Konakchiev.
Contest will resume at the Horseshoe Casino at 6:00pm BST only to conclude when a winner is determined. Likewise, entrants must demonstrate their skills in the following modes: No-Limit Hold’em, Seven Card Stud, PLO8, Razz, PLO, Limit Hold’em, NL 2-7 Lowball Draw, Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or better And 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw.