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Event #24: $1,500 H.O.R.S.E drew 772 players to the Rio on Wednesday, creating a $1,042,200 prize pool that will pay 80 spots. A min-cash is worth $2,678 while the winner will earn $239,750 and a WSOP bracelet.
Christopher Boedeker took the overnight lead heading into Thursday's Day 2 with big names like David Williams, Maria Ho, Mike Matusow, Cyndy Violette, David Bach, Ylon Schwartz, and Calvin Anderson all bagging sizable stacks.
Play will resume at 1 p.m. Wednesday with 299 players remaining and plans to play 10 more levels.
Welcome to the 2015 World Series of Poker!
Today's noon event is a straight $1,500 H.O.R.S.E tournament. The WSOP lists last year's champion as Ted Gillis, and he topped a field of 2,086 entries to earn the $514,027 top prize. Gillis defeated John Hennigan in heads-up play to earn the title.
This event should draw a crowd of about 750 players and have around $225,000 up top to the winner. Things will kick off at 12 p.m. local time, and players begin with 7,500 in tournament chips.
PokerNews will not be the live coverage provider for this year's 46th annual WSOP, but our famous MyStack app will be functional for players that have it installed on their mobile devices.
Brought to you by PokerNews, the app connects poker players in poker events. If you are playing in a poker tournament with the MyStack app available, you can now update your own chip count, post comments, and even share photos with other PokerNews members from around the world. You'll also be able to follow the MyStack feed if you want to check in on other's progress at the events, and even create a list of favorite players to follow.
You can also check out all of our coverage from the 2015 WSOP right here, sponsored by Skrill!
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