Stacked Final 12 in WSOP $10K Razz Includes Hellmuth, Seidel, Deeb

Dustin Gouker : June 8th, 2015
2015 WSOP


Phil Hellmuth will go after his 14th World Series of Poker bracelet on Monday in the $10,000 buy-in razz event, which has just 12 players left.

Hellmuth, who has the most WSOP bracelets in history with 13, returns for day 3 near the top of the chip counts, with 307,000. Chip leader Adam Owen has 591K.

Not far behind Hellmuth is Seidel, who has eight bracelets to his name. Shaun Deeb, who is coming off a victory in the $10,000 Pot-Limit Hold’em Championship, is also in the mix.

In the final 12, more players than not have won a bracelet, including Thomas Keller, Mike Leah, Brandon Shack-Harris, and Mike Gorodinsky. Stephen Chidwick is still in search of his first bracelet, but has more than $1.2 million in WSOP tournament cashes.

You can check out live updates here when the tournament resumes on Monday afternoon. You can watch the live stream here.

Here are the chip counts:
1, Adam Owen, 591,000
2, Thomas Keller, 535,000
3, Phil Hellmuth, 307,000
4, Erik Seidel, 284,000
5, Mike Leah, 242,000
6, Mike Gorodinsky, 239,000
7, Stephen Chidwick, 235,000
8, Jyri Merivirta, 225,000
9, Shaun Deeb, 155,000
10, Eric Wasserson, 141,000
11, Brandon Shack-Harris, 58,000
12, Trevor Jones, 39,000

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