6/17/10 – In event 27, the $1,500 buy-in Seven Card Stud Hi-Low-8 or Better, Day 3 produced the same slow, slugging progress that the preceding two days had delivered, but the 23 survivors from an original field of 644 were eventually pared down over around 11 hours to a hard-fought heads up between David Warga and Maxwell Troy.
 
It was Warga’s night – or rather early morning – and he took the main prize of $208 682, leaving his opponent with the runner-up’s prize of $129 253.
 
Warga also claimed his second WSOP bracelet – his first was in the 2002 Casino Emplyees Event.
 
When InfoPowa went to press there were 12 players still going at it in Day 2 of event 28 – the  $2,500 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha competition which had attracted 596 entries with a prize pool of over $1.3 million.
 
Day 2 on Wednesday saw 105 players still in the hunt, although many big names had been eliminated by then, including J.C. Tran, Jason Mercier, Tom Dwan and eight-time bracelet winner Erik Seidel.
 
By the early hours of Thursday morning 12 players were left, with Miguel Proulx in the lead on   877,000, followed by Patrick Hanoteau  (824,000) and Loren Klein  (470,000).

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