The american "boss" Paul-Paulgees81-Volpe only needs to knock out one more player, before he can call himself double world champion. WSOP event no.10 - 10.000$ Heads Up No Limit Hold'em championship is known as one of the toughest tournaments of the series, as there are virtually no soft spots in the field. It came to show yesterday as there were pretty much entirely known players registered, so you had to bring your A-game if you had hopes of advancing to the next round.
Paul managed to do just that, when he beat, Barry Hutter, Isidro Sifuentes and Mathew Cooperin his three matches, and is therefore ready for the final.
If Volpe gets the victory it will be his second WSOP bracelet of his career and his second world championship, as he took down the championship in the 2-7 draw lowball last year.
For the final Volpe is up against WSOP winner Keith Lehr, who beat Jake Schindler, Valeriu Coca and Dee Tiller.
This is what they're playing for: