The 16th bracelet even of the 2014 World Series of Poker is about to kickoff, and according to the tournament clock there are already 130 players registered for this $1,500 buy-in limit 2-7 triple draw tournament. There has already been one triple draw event this year - Tuan Le defeated Justin Bonomo heads up to win the $10,000 championship - and last year there was only one.
Eli Elezra took that event down, defeating Daniel Negreanu heads up to capture his first career bracelet.
Abe Mosseri, who busted from the single draw championship final table earlier today, will be battling it out for another draw bracelet in this event, and we also expect a plethora of notables to rock up like Phil Ivey. Ivey just busted from the Omaha eight-or-better event, and we expect him to be two-tabling this and the six-max event that kicked off at noon.
The cards will be in the air shortly, and the plan is to play 10 levels with no dinner break. The players will bag and tag around 3 a.m. PDT.