Event #13: $1,500 Big Blind Antes No-Limit Hold'em

The First Ever Big Blind Antes Bracelet Winner will be Crowned Today

Colin Robinson starts the day second in chips

Just six remain in the hunt for a prestigious World Series of Poker bracelet as an extra day has been required to determine the winner of Event #13: $1,500 Big Blind Antes No-Limit Hold'em.

With the action originally scheduled to play down to a winner on Day 3, it was decided early on that a fourth day would be added with the potential of the action being streamed live. Cards will get back in the air at 1 pm Friday afternoon.

Benjamin Moon is currently in the chip lead after bagging 2,760,000 on Day 3, slightly ahead of fellow big-stack, Colin Robinson, who is hot on his heels with 2,660,000. Nhathanh Nguyen (1,403,000), Romain Lewis (1,295,000), Steven Snyder (1,065,000), and Bohdan Slyvinskyi (590,000) make up the rest of the line-up that will compete for the $315,346 first-place prize.

Final Table Seat Draw

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Nhathanh NguyenUnited States1,403,00028
2Romain LewisFrance1,295,00026
3Bohdan SlyvinskyUnited States590,00012
4Colin RobinsonUnited States2,660,00053
5Steven SnyderUnited States1,065,00021
6Benjamin MoonUnited States2,760,00055

Each player is looking to score their first WSOP bracelet while Moon, Nguyen, and Slyvinskyi have locked up just the first WSOP cash of their career. In fact, with under $15,000 in career live-recorded earnings, both Moon and Slyvinsky are each guaranteed the biggest cash of their lives. Impressively, this appears to be Nguyen's first poker score ever. Quite the debut cash he already has guaranteed.

Robinson, Lewis, and Snyder, on the other hand, are significantly more decorated. While just having one WSOP cash to his name, Robinson has banked more than $280,000 around the world including a cash worth $173,233 at an event in Prague.

Lewis shares a similar story with most of his success found across the pond. Hailing from France, Lewis has amassed more than $680,000 in tournament earnings but has found some success at the WSOP. Lewis has three cashes equalling $39,324 with his deepest run coming in 2017 in the $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Max Championship, placing 16th for $30,000.

The best track record at the WSOP between the final six goes to Snyder. Between the series and the WSOP Circuit, Snyder has 47 cashes, including three circuit rings, banking $530,421 along the way.

Here's what the players have left to fight for:

1  $315,346
2  $194,837
3  $138,938
4  $100,268
5  $73,242
6  $54,160
7Eric PolirerUnited States$40,549
8Raymond HoUnited States$30,742
9Dutch BoydUnited States$23,605

PokerNews will be on the floor providing live coverage throughout the final day until the last card comes off the deck and a winner is crowned. Today's action will also be live streamed on Twitch.tv/PokerCentral with the stream embedded right here.

Тагове: Benjamin MoonBohdan SlyvinskyiColin RobinsonNhathanh NguyenRomain LewisSteven Snyder