David Bach and Nick Binger played heads up for a little over two and a half hours, which too the tournament to the end of Level 28. Per World Series of Poker rules, the action will stop and recommence the following day after reaching the ten-level hard-stop time.
Here is a look at the End-of-Day-3 chip counts:
The two players will return tomorrow at 4 p.m. PST to continue their match and determine a winner. Will Binger win his first WSOP gold bracelet? Will Bach add another to compliment his bracelet from the 2009 $50,000 Poker Players Championship? You'll have to check back tomorrow to find out the answer as one of these two men will lay claim to the $397,073 first-place prize.