A few players have elected to use their two rebuy lammers right at the start: David Benefield, Dimitar Danchev and Jonathan Clancy. Thomas Gabriel has cashed in one of his lammers.
David Williams has taken the early advantage in his match versus Kory Kilpatrick after picking off a river bluff.
Williams called a raise before both players checked the flop. The turn came and Kilpatrick bet 1,500 when Williams checked to him. Call.
The river was and Williams checked and had to wait two minutes before Kilpatrick bet a chunky 4,100. He snap-called with , besting Kilpatrick's busted straight draw with .
The players are in their seats (mostly) and the clock has chimed on 1pm. Let's get this day two show on the road. Win three rounds players and we'll see you in the quarters tomorrow.
Day 2 of the Event 3 of the World Series of Poker, $3,000 Heads-up No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha, returns with 64 players vying to be one of the eight remaining players after three rounds of action. A stacked field returns Annette Obrestad, Justin Bonomo, David Williams, John Racener, Josh Arieh and Andy Frankenberger are just a few of games most accomplished player returning.
The friendliest face in poker, Mike Sexton, will square off against one of poker's young guns, Justin Bonomo, in first round action. George Lind will have Jared Jaffe in their opening match and two of Texas' best in David Benefield and Raj Kattamuri will play each other in the opening round as well.
In the match we've dubbed "Ctrl V" is Dimitar Danchev against Yevgeniy Timoshenko. Tim West faces Scott Davies, Victor Ramdin will play Jim Collopy and Obrestad will face Ryan Franklin.
The first round is scheduled to restart at 1:00 PM PST with the later rounds starting at 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM. Follow along all the action live on PokerNews.
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