6-Max: Final Day Begins

All good things must come to an end, and never has that been more true than today as this edition of Run it Up Reno draws to a close. The final table of the Main Event wrapped up last night in the wee hours of the morning rather than continuing on to Day 3, so the tournament hall will be much roomier for our competitors. The last two tournaments of the series launch this afternoon: the $235 MLH 6-Max at2pm and the $125 Last Chance NLH Turbo event at 6pm

The first of today's events is this the NLH 6-Max. A maximum of six players will be sat together at any one table, as opposed to the usual eight or nine. Short-handed No-Limit Texas Hold 'Em is a unique skill set, and one that today's tournament features for the first time since Saturday's 6-Max NLH/PLO split format event.

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Today also features the final non-tournament event of the series: a WSOP Final Table viewing party! The 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event final table kicked off from the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas last night. Nine players, dubbed the “November Nine,” took a shot at the $8 million 1st place. Now, with two days remaining, there are six left. The viewing party begins at 8pm in the tournament hall and will be the last RIU Reno event until next spring, when Run it Up returns to the Peppermill April 3-10, 2017!

We thank you all for joining us for Run it Up Reno this October, and we'll see you on the felt!