The $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8-or better tournament is nearing its final stages, but for everyone no longer in the running there is another great tournament today. A 5pm local time we will start the second Stud tournament of this years WSOP, but we will be playing strictly for the high.
Last year this tournament drew a field of 357 players and it was no other than Eugene Katchalov who took down the title. Katchalov took home a $122,909 first place prize beating Italian pro Alessio Isaia heads up. Among the finalist we also saw former November Niner Eric Buchman and Jon Spinks.
We expect to see another star studded field today as many greats chase WSOP bracelet dreams. Make sure to follow PokerNews.com for all your live updates as we will play eight 60 minute levels.