Hand #331: Brandon Hall called from the small blind and Salman Jaddi checked his option. The two would check it down until the river on the board and a 275,000 bet from Hall would win the pot on the river.
Hand #332: Jaddi opened to 320,000 and Hall called. The flop came and both players checked. The turn was the and Hall checked. Jaddi made it 320,000 and Hall check-raised to 700,000. Jaddi made the call.
The river was the and Hall led out for 775,000. Jaddi announced that he was all in and Hall snap-folded.
Hand #321: Salman Jaddi received a walk in his big blind.
Hand #322: Jaddi completed the small blind and Brandon Hall checked his option. The flop came , Hall checked, Jaddi bet 275,000, Hall check-raised to 600,000, and Jaddi folded.
Hand #323: Hall raised to 320,000 and Jaddi folded his big blind.
Hand #324: Jaddi opened to 320,000 and Hall called. The flop came and both players checked. The turn was the and Hall led out for 350,000. Jaddi made it 700,000 to go and after a few seconds of thought Hall let his hand go.
Hand #325: Hall opened to 320,000 and Jaddi folded from the big blind.
A fourth day of play is required to determine the winner of Event #60: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em. On Day 3 it took only six levels to go from the final 24 players to heads up between Brandon Hall and Salman Jaddi.
The two would then battle for over three levels with no resolution. With the World Series of Poker gold bracelet sitting between them, and a top prize of $614,248 on their minds, the two finalists exchanged jab after jab and pot after pot.
With hopes, the additional day of play should declare the latest WSOP Champion. Jaddi will begin the day with a slight chip lead.
Jaddi has just under $100,000 in career live tournament earnings so no matter which place he finishes his total winnings will be at worst, more than doubled. Jaddi has two previous WSOP cashes.
Brandon Hall has almost $1,000,000 in career earnings. Hall has 7 previous WSOP cashes totalling $30,570.
Play will begin at 1 p.m. in the Amazon room. Keep it locked on PokerNews for hand-for-hand coverage until a champion is crowned.