Yesterday, Event #33: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em kicked off with 2,795 players. After 11 levels of play, the money bubble had burst and just 231 players remaining in contention for the $440,238 first-place prize. The man leading the pack with 117,100 is Brad Libson of Annapolis, Maryland, though Josh Price trails just behind with 115,300.
The action will continue today as the players make a push toward the final table. Some notable hoping to make it there are Justin Zaki (83,400), Faraz Jaka (81,900), Jared Hamby (78,300), Daniel Idema (67,600), Jon Spinks (55,700), Jamie Kerstetter (52,200), Martins Adeniya (37,800), Andy Frankenberger (35,400), Seneca Easley (33,000), Erik Seidel (30,600), Anton Makiievskyi (29,300), Humberto Brenes (27,700) and Tim Duckworth (11,500)
Action is set to get underway at 1 PM PST, so join us then as we bring you all the action and eliminations, live, from the Amazon Room at the 2012 World Series of Poker.