The PGT Mixed Games 2024 continued at the PokerGO Studio from ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday with Event #7: $10,200 Dealer's Choice. The tournament drew a field of 47 entries and leading the final five players is Daniel Negreanu.

Negreanu leads with 2,785,000, followed by Philip Sterneimer with 1,785,000, Adam Friedman with 1,725,000, Maxx Coleman with 695,000, and Phil Hellmuth with 55,000. These five players will return on Wednesday already guaranteed $37,600. Up top for the winner is the $164,500 first-place prize, 165 PGT points, and the Event #7 trophy.

The field of 47 entrants created a prize pool of $470,000 and the final seven players earned a piece of it. Yingui Li just missed out, busting on the money bubble in Stud Hi-Lo when he ran into Sternheimer's full house to become short stacked. Sternheimer finished him off the following hand. After the remaining players redrew for seats at the final table, Jerry Wong fell in seventh and Max Hoffman busted in sixth. Hoffman, however, took over the top spot on the series leaderboard.

Negreanu can vault to second on the series leaderboard with a win, while Friedman can take over the top spot if he were to emerge victorious. 

The Event #7 final table resumes at 12 p.m. PT on Wednesday, March 6th.

PGT Mixed Games 2024 Event #7 Final Table

Seat Player Country Chip Count
1 Maxx Coleman United States 695,000
2 Daniel Negreanu Canada 2,785,000
3 Phil Hellmuth United States 55,000
4 Adam Friedman United States 1,725,000
5 Philip Sternheimer United Kingdom 1,785,000

When play resumes, there will be 7:00 minutes remaining in Level 16 with betting limits of 50,000/100,000 in the limit games, and blinds of 15,000/25,000 in the big bet games. There are three more hands left in Stud, and Philip Sternheimer chooses the next game (and has the button).  Play will resume at 12 p.m. PT.

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