Today at the 2014 World Series of Poker we will see Event #27: $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. come to a close and it should be an exciting day of poker action as a tough final 15 will return with their eyes on the $230,744 first-place prize money and the accompanying bracelet. Kristan Lord enters play with the biggest stack sitting with 475,000 in chips. He is followed closely by Stewart Yacik with 468,000 and Brandon Guss with 371,000.
There are others who will have their say at who takes down the title including Dutch Boyd, a two-time bracelet winner, who will enter play with 209,000 in chips. He's joined by fellow bracelet winners David "ODB" Baker and Adam Friedman. The latter will have his work cut out for him as he only has 39,000 chips, which is just under two big bets.
Other notables that will have a shot at a bracelet include Chris George, Tommy Hang, Jon Turner and 2013 WSOP Asia-Pacific $1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha bracelet winner Jim Collopy.
Play will resume in under an hour and we'll play until we have a winner. Who will it be? Follow the coverage here on PokerNews as we will be on hand to provide all of the latest updates.