The $25,000 Pot Limit Omaha High Roller featured an all-star lineup on PokerGO for Day 3. Bracelet winners lined the feature table with over $1.4 million for first place to compete over. Jason Mercier and Robert Mizrachi were just a few of the names to play on the PokerGO stage in the penultimate day of the highest buy-in PLO event on the World Series of Poker schedule.

In case you missed any of the high stakes action, the full replay is available on PokerGO.

The biggest story during Day 3 play revolved around James Calderaro. In 2017, Calderaro won this exact event and is once again this year with a chance to perform a rare feat of winning the same event in consecutive years.

Calderaro pulled himself closer to another final table by eliminating Mizrachi. Michael Mizrachi is already on the board this summer thanks to his win in the Poker Players Championship and older brother Robert came close to adding another seven-figure score to the family total. Calderaro found the runout needed to bust Mizrachi and climb up the leaderboard.

Pot Limit Omaha causes swings and Calderaro hit a downslide near the final table. Thanks to the help of pocket aces, Calderaro doubled up through Luis Velador late in the day to keep his title hopes alive.

Joining Calderaro at the final table are bracelet winners Shaun Deeb, Ben Yu and past Main Event winner Scotty Nguyen. ‘The Prince of Poker’ enters the final table looking for his sixth bracelet and first title since 2008. Jason Koon and Ryan Tosoc round out the star-studded finale which airs on PokerGO on June 23 starting at 6:00 pm ET.

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