PGT Mixed Games II continued on Thursday at the PokerGO Studio from ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada with Event #7: $10,200 Triple Draw Mix. The tournament drew a field of 51 entries and leading the final four players is Nick Schulman.

Schulman went on a rush during the final level of the day, specifically in A-5 Triple Draw, to seize the chip lead. He has locked up enough points already to be no lower than third on the PGT Mixed Games II Leaderboard, but a win would put him in the top spot.

Schulman leads a final four that includes Hal Rotholz, Jeremy Ausmus, and Andrew Yeh. These four players will return on Friday at noon to play for the $163,200 first-place prize, 163 PGT points, and the Event #7 trophy.

The field of 56 entrants created a prize pool of $510,000 and the final eight players earned a piece of it. Dustin Dirksen just missed out, busting on the money bubble. Jared Bleznick (8th) fell shy of the final table, while Julio Belluscio (7th), Chino Rheem (6th), and David "ODB" Baker (5th) were eliminated before the end of Day 1.

PGT Mixed Games II Event #7 Final Table

Seat Player Country Chip Count
1 Andrew Yeh United States 800,000
2 Hal Rotholz United States 2,330,000
3 Jeremy Ausmus United States 1,450,000
4 Nick Schulman United States 3,070,000

When play resumes, there will be 10:46 remaining in Level 17 with limits of 80,000/160,000. The button is on Nick Schulman, there is a dead small blind, and play will resume with the first hand of Badugi.

Play will resume at 12 p.m. PT on Friday, October 13th.

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