That is the big question today as the 21 hopefuls remain with a chance to win one of the most coveted bracelets of the summer. The $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. championship is led by high-stakes cash game player Tommy Hang who has come close to winning a bracelet almost every year since 2007. Hang has five World Series of Poker final tables under his belt and today he's one of the favorites to take this one down.
Hang's competition is fierce with mixed game specialist Randy Ohel in second place. Ohel's last eight WSOP cashes came in seven different variations of the game and with a Limit 2-7 Triple Draw bracelet under his belt he knows what it takes to be the last one standing.
One of the contenders today is Glenn Cozen. While Cozen might not be the most recognizable face in poker, he got closer than any of the remaining players to winning the WSOP Main Event. Back in 1993 Cozen finished second to Jim Bechtel for $420,000 in the Main Event that had 220 entries that year.
Christopher Wallace, currently in third place, eyes his first WSOP final table, while the only other player left in the field who has never made it that far in a tournament here is Richard Sklar. Sklar is in last place, but anything can happen with the volatility of limit games.
Out of the 21 players that remain, 11 of them already have one or more bracelets. Daniel Negreanu leads the way with six bracelets while Nick Kost, one of the short stacks coming into today, won his first gold just a week ago in the $1,500 Limit Omaha Hi/Lo.
So there you have it ladies and gentleman! Watch out for all the aforementioned but don't count out top pros David Benyamine, Bertrand Grospellier, Nick Schulman, Richard Ashby, Max Pescatori, Bill Chen, Bruno Fitoussi and John Cerntuo who have all been there before.
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