The World Series of Poker Event #49: $3,000 Pot Limit Omaha Six Max returns for its third and final day on Tuesday with the final table streamed live exclusively on PokerGO. The event drew 630 entrants and two days of action has 19 players returning for Day 3 with Chino Rheem leading the field.

The top of the leader board is an international affair with players from the United States, the Netherlands, Ireland, Costa Rica, Russia, Germany and Greece. Orlando Romero, William Kakon and Jeff Madsen advanced to Day 3, but at the bottom of the counts.

Rheem and Madsen bookend the counts with the most experience of the returning players. Rheem is still without a bracelet but has 28 WSOP cashes for $2.5 million in his career and was in the first class of November Niners in 2008.

Jeff Madsen is the only bracelet winner remaining in the field. (Photo: PokerPhotoArchive.com)
Madsen has four bracelets, 57 WSOP cashes and $2.8 million in WSOP earnings. He won WSOP Player of the Year in 2006 when he won two bracelets as a rookie. He won a Pot Limit Omaha bracelet in 2013 and a PLO HiLo title in 2015.

Each returning player has $12,266 locked up, but with one elimination the field ladders up to $15,531. A seat at the official final table comes in at $49,885 and the winner earns $362,185.

Cards are scheduled to fly at 2 pm PT for their restart and the PokerGO stream will pick up either at the final table for close to it. Stay tuned to PokerGO’s social media accounts for any changing information on the broadcast.

Top Ten Chip Counts

1. Chino Rheem – 952,000
2. Luis Calvo – 914,000
3. Daniel Reijmer – 776,000
4. Mark Reily – 675,000
5. Alberto Fonseca – 611,000
6. Aleksei Altshuller – 593,000
7. Rudolph Sawa – 584,000
8. Gerhard Schleicher – 574,000
9. James St. Hilaire – 559,000
10. Roussos Koliakoudakis – 553,000