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The 2015 WSOP Event #63: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E Championship drew 204 players Wednesday, creating a $1,917,600 prize pool that will pay 24 spots. A min-cash is worth $18,619 while a WSOP bracelet and $517,766 first-place prize awaits the winner.
By the time play was through early Thursday morning, 124 players remained with 2015 WSOP bracelet winner Eli Elezra holding the overnight chip lead on 160,100.
Randy Ohel (113,600), David Chiu (107,500), Ted Forrest (92,900), Joe Hachem (82,400), Bryn Kenney (81,000), Frank Kassela (74,500), and Scott Clements (70,000) also bagged big and will be looking to ladder up when play resumes at 2 p.m. local time Thursday.
Today's 4 p.m. event is Event #63: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship. Last year, Chris Wallace won over $500,000 when he defeated a field of 200 entries to win this event, and he'll likely be back to defend his title this year. Other big names expected to play are Phil Hellmuth, George Danzer, Daniel Negreanu, and Jason Mercier.
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