After featuring during this week’s $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship stream, Ben Yu could be heading towards another PokerGO appearance in the World Series of Poker’s $25,000 Pot Limit Omaha High Roller. Yu bagged the biggest stack after Day 2 and leads the 35-man field into the penultimate day of play.

The field is in the money after the bubble burst on Thursday and is now set to stream live on PokerGO on Friday and Saturday. Friday’s broadcast will cover a feature table and follow play until the dinner break, while the final table will return to play to a winner on Saturday.

While we don’t know which players will be featured on PokerGO’s stream, we do know who is chasing Yu on the leaderboard. High Roller Jason Koon bagged the second-biggest stack, while WPT Five Diamond winner Ryan Tosoc comes in third. Two-time bracelet winner Shaun Deeb and former WSOP Main Event champion Scotty Nguyen round out the top-five.

Five-time winner Jason Mercier, David Prociak, Robert Mizrachi are inside the top-ten, while Erik Seidel, Mike Leah, and recent bracelet winner Craig Varnell are just outside that group.

A look at the top stacks is provided below:

Ben Yu – 3,695,000
Jason Koon – 2,540,000
Ryan Tosoc – 2,220,000
Shaun Deeb – 2,120,000
Scotty Nguyen – 2,010,000
Jason Mercier – 1,905,000
Jonathan Depa – 1,180,000
Luis Velador – 1,045,000
David Prociak – 1,020,000
Robert Mizrachi – 1,005,000

The $25,000 Pot Limit Omaha High Roller may have sped towards the money on Thursday, but the real race is on Friday. The lion’s share of the $5.4 million prize pool is at the final table and the remaining 35 players will all try to lock up a spot at that final table today, where over $1.4 million awaits the winner.

A complete look at the $25,000 Pot Limit Omaha High Roller payouts can be found here.

Subscribe now to watch the $25,000 Pot Limit Omaha High Roller on PokerGO. 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.

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