The PGT PLO Series rolled on with Event #3: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha, and plenty of players once again flocked to the felt for the four-card affair at the PokerGO Studio at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, NV.

Jonas Kronwitter (3,985,000) holds the chip lead, while Adam Hendrix (3,810,000) isn't far behind thanks to a late surge. Eelis Parssinen (2,190,000), Josh Arieh (2,095,000), Sam Soverel (1,645,000), and Bryce Yockey (1,570,000) sit in the middle of the pack, while Nacho Barbero (950,000) doubled on the final hand of the night to survive to Day 2 as the short stack.

The 130-entrant field created a total prize pool of $1,300,000 which paid out the top 19 places. Players reached the money in Level 13 when Alex Foxen was eliminated on the money bubble after he got his stack of about 20 big blinds in against Josh Arieh. Foxen held a couple of aces while Arieh held a couple of kings, but the board ran out to give Arieh quad kings, and Foxen made his exit as the "bubble boy". 

Some of those who made the money but failed to advance to Day 2 include Stephanie Chung (19th - $26,000), David Williams (15th - $26,000), Jared Bleznick (11th - $39,000), and Noah Schwartz (9th - $52,000). On the final hand of the night, Ben Lamb and Nacho Barbero were all-in simultaneously on separate tables. Barbero doubled to survive, but Lamb was eliminated in eighth place, and the remaining players bagged and tagged for the night.

The final seven players return at 12 p.m. PT tomorrow where they will play down to a winner. Currently, players are guaranteed at least $65,000 but all are eyeing the first-place prize of $234,000 and the 234 PGT points which will be used to determine the PGT PLO Series champion who will receive the PGT Trophy and a $25,000 championship bonus. PGT points will also be used for the year-long leaderboard which will qualify players for the end-of-year PGT Championship $1,000,000 freeroll. 

PGT PLO Series Event #3: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Final Table

Seat Player Country Chip Count
1 Nacho Barbero Argentina 950,000
2 Adam Hendrix United States 3,810,000
3 Jonas Kronwitter Austria 3,985,000
4 Josh Arieh United States 2,095,000
5 Eelis Parssinen Finland 2,190,000
6 Bryce Yockey United States 1,570,000
7 Sam Soverel United States 1,645,000

When play resumes, the players will draw for the button. There is 7:56 remaining in Level 17 with 30,000/60,000 blinds and a 60,000 big blind ante.

Play will resume at 12 p.m. PT on Tuesday, March 14 in the PokerGO Studio where players will play down to a winner. The PGT Live Reporting Team will provide exclusive live updates throughout the event until a winner is crowned.

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Sam Soverel, Bryce Yockey, Josh Arieh, Eelis Parssinen, Adam Hendrix, Nacho Barbero, PGT PLO Series, Jonas Kronwitter