The largest ever live field pot-limit Omaha tournament Event #18 at the 2017 World Series of Poker draws to a conclusion today with Jessie Bryant from the United States leading the pack.
The final nine have battled their way through two days and 3,186 entries and are now within touching distance of a WSOP gold bracelet and first-place prize $224,344.
There are four nationalities represented at this final table including Scott Davies from the United States who has 52 WSOP cashes and one bracelet to his name already. He would dearly love to add that second bracelet to his record.
The PokerNews live reporting team will be exclusively bringing you all the action, big hands and bust-outs, or you can watch live in the Brasilia room of the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino.
|Brasilia||1||1||Ryan Wince||United States||1,610,000|
|Brasilia||1||2||Marek Ohnisko||Czech Republic||1,340,000|
|Brasilia||1||3||John Dallaire||United States||1,210,000|
|Brasilia||1||4||Tyler Smith||United States||1,335,000|
|Brasilia||1||5||Jessie Bryant||United States||3,245,000|
|Brasilia||1||6||Scott Davies||United States||1,765,000|
|Brasilia||1||8||Jason Stockfish||United States||1,680,000|