Kristan Lord: / /
Nicholas Julia: / /
After a chop in the previous Omaha Hi-Lo hand, they got it in after third street in the first Razz hand. When the cards were exposed, Nicholas Julia was already ecstatic as he had a massive advantage over Kristan Lord.
Fifth street gave Lord paint and that was it, as he ended up drawing dead and caught even more paint.
Julia ended up with an eight-six and Lord finished in second place for $104,210. Julia earned his maiden WSOP bracelet and the top prize of $168,608. A full recap of today's action is to follow.