(Way) Outside the WSOP (Day 17 Evening Update)

by , Jun 15, 2008 | 7:47 pm

What’s happening this evening while watching Tiger Woods decide to wait until Monday to win his next major:

The $10,000 Heads-Up World Championship is down to the final 2, as Kenny Tran is taking on Eric Torelli in a best of 3 match for the bracelet. Vanessa Selbst would finish tied for 3rd in this event for the second straight year, but does move into 2nd place in the ESPN POY standings for the time being.

More at the jump:

The $1,500 Razz event is down to 3 handed, with Barry Greenstein currently in the lead over Chris Viox and Chris Klodnicki. Archie Karas finished 7th at this final table with $19,000 to attempt to build up the bankroll again.

The $1,500 NL donkament is about to return from dinner break with 66 remaining to play down to the final 9. Among the names remaining, Jean-Robert Bellande, Humberto Brenes, and Bernard Lee.

The $5,000 PLO w/rebuys event is down to the final 27, with only 18 to be paid. Among the notables: Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu, Nikolay Evdakov (trying for his 6th cash), and David Williams,

The $3,000 NL Holdem event drew a field of 716, with just over 200 to return from dinner break. Early chip leaders: John Phan, Mike Sowers, David Singer, and Kathy Liebert.

The $10,000 Limit Holdem World Championship drew a field of just over 200 with Michael Mizrachi the early chip leader.

I get to come back in the morning, while Dan and Jen get to add stuff the rest of the evening…

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