Mizzi, Ramdin, Keller headline WSOP $3k Limit Holdem

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Jun 10, 2011 Posted in Poker News | No Comments »

With just 18 players remaining in the $3k Limit Holdem tournament at the 2011 World Series of Poker there is some serious star-power vying for the bracelet and the $220,817 that will be headed for the winner’s bank account. Seated amongst the final two tables on Friday will be Shawn Keller, Victor Ramdin, Jeff Shulman, Sorel Mizzi, and Alexander Keating.

Keller will be taking a sizable chip-lead into Friday’s action, and is looking to rejuvenate his career after virtually disappearing from the poker world over the past few years.

Mizzi, the 2010 BLUFF Magazine Player of the Year, will be looking for his first WSOP bracelet, which would help cement his place as one of the top tournament players in poker. With two runner-up finishes in WSOP events on his resume Mizzi will be looking to remove his name from the dubious list of “Best Poker Player Without a WSOP Bracelet”.

Here is a look at the top 10 chip counts heading into Day 3 of the $3k Limit Holdem tournament:

1. Shawn Keller – 520,000

2. Dmitry Gromov – 368,500

3. Tyler Bonkowski – 289,000

4. Mitch Schock – 289,000

5. Victor Ramdin – 287,000

6. Jeff Shulman – 197,000

7. Ron Burke – 147,000

8. Brandon Demes – 128,000

9. Leo Labbe – 124,500

10. Mark Gryglik – 120,500

Results courtesy of wsop.com

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