On the very first hand it was Gabriel Nassif who raised from the cutoff, Bill Chen three-bet from the button and Greg Debora four-bet from the small blind. Both Nassif and Chen called after which the flop brought out .
Debora bet, Nassif and Chen called. On the turn the hit and Debora bet again, Nassif and Chen called.
The river was the and this time both Nassif and Chen quickly folded when Debora kept betting.
There are 10 players remaining as we head into the third and final day of the $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship and Greg Debora leads the way. Debora, from Toronto, Canada, eyes his first World Series of Poker gold bracelet, but it's far from over.
High stakes cash gamer Brian Tate sits in second place and his aggressive style late last night showed that he's not going to hold back. Samuel Golbuff, currently third, started Day 2 as the chip leader and played a consistent game on his way to the final table.
The man everyone will be looking at today is Bill Chen. Chen won two bracelets during the 2006 WSOP and while he's in the middle of the pack a third bracelet looms. Norwegian pro Jan Sjavik has five WSOP final tables already, four of which in Limit Hold'em, and the pressure of today will not be something new for this well rounded professional.
Russian pro Mikail Tulchinskiy, David Olson, Robert Como and Gabriel Nassif are also still in the hunt. Nassif's been on quite a run already this year, as he made the final table of the $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha. Nassif sits near the bottom of the counts but in a game with limited betting and raising anything is possible.