Friday June 10,2011 : The action continued unabated at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas as event 10 – the $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em – Six Handed – unfolded on its third day of play with the 15 survivors of an original field of 1 920 returning to the felt.
When InfoPowa last monitored the game it was down to another epic WSOP heads up between Eddie Blumenthall and Texas gynaecologist Geffrey Klein, with the former holding a massive 7 million chip lead but Klein staging a remarkable performance that ultimately saw him take a 2 million chip lead of his own in the wee small hours of the morning.
That led to a final victory for Klein, rewarding him with a bracelet and $544 388 in prize money, and leaving his opponent with a $334,756 runner-up pay day.
It was Blumenthall’s  second final table in this WSOP, both in tough events with large fields of talented players