Event #28 of the 2010 WSOP, $2,500 PL Omaha, started with 596 players looking for WSOP glory and $315,311 in prize money.
Event #27 of the 2010 WSOP was the $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Event. 644 players turned out for this event in hopes to take down the last Stud Hi-Lo bracelet of the year and $208,682 in prize money.
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Event #25 of the 2010 WSOP was the $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo World Championship. An impressive field of 215 players came out to try and take down this split pot bracelet and $488,237.
Event #23 of the 2010 WSOP was the $2,500 Limit Holdem Six-Handed Event. 384 players turned out looking to take the bracelet, but in the end it was a former bracelet winner that would take home the prize.
Event #22 of the 2010 WSOP was the $1,000 Ladies NL Holdem Championship. 1,054 players took part in this event that sparked more controversy than any Ladies event in history.
Event #21 of the 2010 WSOP was the $1,500 Seven Card Stud Event. 408 players turned out hoping to take down the last regular Stud of the WSOP and $140,467.
Event #17 at the 2010 WSOP, $5,000 NL Holdem, kicked off with 792 players looking to play a little "deep stack" poker. In addition, they were looking to take home the bracelet and $818,959 in prize money.
Event #16 was the $1,500 Six-Handed NL Holdem Event. 1,663 players turned out for this first six-handed event of the WSOP.
Event #12 of the 2010 WSOP was the $1,500 Limit Holdem Event. While Limit Holdem has been declining in recent years, 625 players still turned out for this event and the $189,870 top prize.