A few days removed from nearly making two World Series of Poker final tables in the same day, Shaun Deeb could be racing towards another. Deeb got out of the gates quickly in Tuesday’s $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship and the two-time bracelet winner leads heading into Day 2. Over 150 players have entered the five-variant tournament and registration is open until the start of Day 2.
Deeb isn’t the only multiple bracelet winner near the top of the leaderboard. Four-time winner Robert Mizrachi bagged a top-five stack, along with three-time winner Brock Parker. John Hennigan, who final tabled the $10,000 NL 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship, rounds out the top-ten.
James Obst, Anthony Zinno, John Monnette, and Jeff Lisandro headline the group of players that come back above the chip average, while Jason Mercier, Frank Kassela, and Daniel Negreanu return for Day 2 slightly off the pace.
In total, 72 players return for Day 2 and combined they’ve won 75 World Series of Poker bracelets. That means that over the next two days, the world’s best players will be on PokerGO. Back-to-back $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship live streams begin Wednesday at 6 PM ET. Thursday’s broadcast will include end-to-end coverage of the final table.
Subscribe now to watch the first of two $10,000 H.O.R.S.E Championship streams on PokerGO. Live coverage begins at 6 PM ET and a complete streaming schedule can be found here. Twitch will also broadcast WSOP final tables and that streaming schedule can be found here.