Gordon Vayo narrowly misses out on the title after a gruelling 8 hour heads up match with Nguyen.
Qui Nguyen, Cliff Josephy, Vojtech Ruzicka, Gordon Vayo and Michael Ruane still remain in contention for the $8 million first place prize.
Hallaert reveals how he prepared for the Final Table of the Main Event and his thoughts on the winner’s role as a poker ambassador.
Hallaert outlines the trajectory of his poker career and discusses a range of issues he encounters in his role as a tournament director.
After going deep in many of the events at this year’s Series, Mercier proved unmatched on the felt.
Cliff Josephy is the chip leader as the final nine players look to continue play in the Main Event on October 30.
Vojtech Ruzicka leads the remaining field of 27 in the Main Event.
Belgian pro Kenny Hallaert leads the remaining field as the World Series of Poker Main Event heads into Day 4.
With 8 WSOP Circuit rings to his credit, Vornicu fought his way to the top emerging as chip leader of Day 2A/B.
Rast wins a head to head show down with Justin Bonomo, taking down $1.3 million and the PPC title for the second time.