Both Gabriel Nassif and Michael Moore are searching for their first gold bracelet but each player has come close in the past. Nassif scored a sixth-place finish back in 2009 during a $2,500 Limit Hold'em Six-Handed event for $27,720. Moore, on the other hand, almost made the final table of the 1995 World Series of Poker Main Event when he finished in tenth place for $27,680. Needless to say, Moore wanted to be the last man standing, which was ultimately Dan Harrington.
Moore, who has said one of his long-term goals is to win a bracelet, is awfully close to having one here in Event #37: $5,000 Limit Hold'em. Will he be able to capture the elusive trophy or will Nassif get his first? Stay tuned to find out.