Event 20: $5,000 Limit Hold'em

Limit Hold'em Champion Set to be Crowned

Can Terrence Chan claim his first gold bracelet?

Welcome back to the Rio as we get ready to play down to another World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner. Who will become the limit hold'em champion? Only time will tell, but as of right now it is Matthew Woodward who has the chip lead, followed closely by none other than Terrence Chan.

It all started two days ago when 166 of the best players in the world took to the tables with high hopes of getting here today. However only 17 of those managed that feat and are still in with a chance of taking down the $206,760 first-place prize.

There is no doubt that today is going to be a fiercely contested battle as talented poker players and limit hold'em specialist are all still in with a chance of becoming the victor. Here's how they lineup today:

Final Day Seating Draw

4461Andrew Prock105,500
4462Douglas Rutherford32,000
4463Mike Schneider44,000
4464Matt Szymaszek134,500
4465Terrence Chan238,000
4466Kenneth Shei120,500
4467Ayman Qutami224,500
4468Matt Glantz166,500
4469Jeff Shulman219,500
4521Matthew Woodward265,000
4522Ron Burke50,500
4523Chris Overgard72,500
4524Nicholas Derke75,500
4525Raymond Dehkharghani210,000
4526Samuel Golbuff231,500
4527Jesse Martin200,500
4529Benjamin Scholl105,500

The title is anyone's for the taking and by the end of another long day of min-raising, we will have our limit hold'em king. It all begins at 2:00 PM and PokerNews will be here every step of the way, so don't miss it!