The final eight players of Event #41: $2,500 Freezeout will return today Friday, Oct. 23 at 12 p.m. in the Amazon room to resume Day 3. The event drew a total of 896 entries to create a $1,993,600 prize pool. The remaining players are guaranteed at least $37,820. Play will resume until a World Series of Poker champion is crowned. The winner will take home $364,589 along with the highly desired gold bracelet.
After two days of play, Carlos Chang (8,140,000) leads the final eight with Brady Osterman (7,690,000) trailing closely behind. Arthur Conan (4,800,000) ended Day 1 second in chips and was able to cruise his way to the final table. WSOP bracelet winner Sung Joo Hyun (1,815,000) is on the hunt for his second title. Sergi Reixach (1,190,000), Quang Ngo (4,300,000), Adrien Delmas (1,400,000) and Gerald Cunniff (2,000,000) round out the final table which represents a lot of skill and experience.
Play with resume at the start of Level 28 with 50,000/100,000 blinds and 100,000 big blind ante with each level lasting 60-minutes. The players will have a 15-minute break every two levels. A dinner break will be determined later in the day based on the length of play.
Day 3 will most definitely be an epic battle so stay tuned to PokerNews for all the live updates of the action.
Final Eight of Event #42: $2,500 Freezout No-Limit Hold'em
|3||Quang Ngo||United States||4,300,000|
|4||Brady Osterman||United States||7,690,000|
|5||Sung Joo Hyun||South Korea||1,815,000|
|8||Gerald Cunniff||United States||2,000,000|