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23 players assembled for the third day of event 25: $1,500 Stud 8 or Better, and by the end of ten levels the event remained undecided, requiring officials to schedule a fourth day of play to decide the heads up which had developed between veteran Mike Sexton and internet poker ace Chris Viox.
 
On Friday the two returned to do battle once again – all that remained of a field of 606 after three exhausting days of play. Mercifully for both tired men it was a very short day, taking just under an hour for the winner to emerge.
 
Chris Viox held onto a 3 to 1 chip advantage to take his internationally famous opponent down and claim his first WSOP bracelet and the $200,459 main prize, leaving Sexton disappointed at not taking home a second bracelet, but with a consolation second placing prize of $123,925.