Folks, the second night of the final table is now over at the $10,000 World Series of Poker Main Event.
The five players who began the night have been reduced down to three, and these three survivors all return to the Rio’s Penn and Teller Theater tomorrow night in Las Vegas to decide a winner on ESPN — ironically, pitting this “World Series” up against the “other” World Series again on the same night, just like on Sunday.
The combatants still remaining for the Main Event bracelet are Qui Nguyen who is leading by a wide margin right now with over half the chips in play, second place Gordon Vayo, and third place Cliff Josephy who had previously been chip leader heading into the final table. All three players have held the lead at various points of this final table. A recap of the night’s action is here.
Good stuff. See you tomorrow night.