Throughout the summer, PokerGO will bring fans across the globe exclusive access to World Series of Poker final table streams and Poker Central will be following all the WSOP action. Each day, “World Series of Photos” will tell the daily stories from the Rio, so you don’t miss any of the sights of the WSOP.

Event #25 – $1,000 Pot Limit Omaha

Heading into the start of Event #25, Nebraska’s Tyler Groth had just over $6,000 in career tournament earnings to his name. That all changed in a big way Thursday night, when Groth won the $1,000 Pot Limit Omaha event for $179,000. While the final table was relatively unassuming in terms of big names, there were plenty that fell in Groth’s wake. Two-time Poker Players Championship winner Michael Mizrachi bowed out in 17th place and former November Niner Bruno Politano finished 10th.

Event #26 – $10,000 Razz Championship

Australian James Obst was heads up for a bracelet in the first week of the series but fell to Jesse Martin in the $2,500 Mixed Triple Draw Lowball event. Obst didn’t have to wait long for another chance at WSOP gold and this time, he didn’t let that opportunity pass him by. Obst won the $10,000 Razz Championship for his first-career WSOP bracelet, following John Racener off the list of Best Players to Never Win at the WSOP.

Event #27 – $3,000 No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed

As one of the most accomplished players in all of poker, online legend Chris Moorman is one of the biggest names heading into the final day of Event #27. The only thing Moorman lacks on his poker resume, a WSOP bracelet but he has come close multiple times. The Englishman has four-career WSOP final tables, including two podium finishes in 6-Handed events, meaning he knows how to get himself deep in these type of events. Moorman will try to do that again today, with the $3,000 No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed event streaming on PokerGO once the field is down the final table.

Event #30 – $10,000 HORSE Championship

Don’t look now but Jason Mercier, pictured top, looks like he is poised to defend his HORSE Championship victory from last year. The Floridian has seemed to get off to another slow start but could be hitting his stride just at the right time, as he’s the chip leader heading into Day 2. While Mercier will always be a threat in big buy-in events, Mercier always performs well at the WSOP no matter what the price point and he could be performing on the PokerGO live stream if all goes well in Event #30.

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