After a bundle of bracelets being awarded over the weekend, the action slowed a bit on Monday with no one player winning poker's most coveted prize. But that doesn't mean there wasn't still plenty of action. The $10k Pot Limit Omaha Championship reached its final six with two-time bracelet winner Brandon Shack-Harris leading the way. The $1500 Razz made its final nine. And author Maria Konnikova was named to Team PokerStars. It's all here in the Tuesday Hit and run.
With so many events finishing up on Friday and Saturday, only two WSOP events crowned champions on Sunday. Israel's Timur Margolin took down the $2,500 No-Limit Hold 'Em event for just over half a million. David Brookshire captured his first bracelet in the $2,500 Mix. And big names bagged big after Day 2 of the $10K PLO. These stories and more in the Monday Hit and Run.
Cumicon recently announced his retirement from poker after spending the last five years of his life turning a $7.4 million profit at the online poker tables.