Event #16: $10,000 2-7 Draw Lowball Championship (No-Limit)
Event #16: $10,000 2-7 Draw Lowball Championship (No-Limit)
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Official End-of-Day Chip Counts

Vincent Musso
Vincent Musso
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
us 92,900
Vladimir Shchemelev ru
Vladimir Shchemelev
ru 90,400
Nikolay Evdakov ru
Nikolay Evdakov
ru 88,500
Jennifer Harman us
Jennifer Harman
us 83,700
Alex Balandin us
Alex Balandin
us 82,900
Joe Cassidy us
Joe Cassidy
us 80,400
Dan Shak us
Dan Shak
us 77,700
Nick Schulman us
Nick Schulman
us 73,200
Brandon Cantu us
Brandon Cantu
us 72,200
Tom Schneider us
Tom Schneider
us 71,600
Phil Hellmuth us
Phil Hellmuth
us 68,200
David Bakes Baker us
David Bakes Baker
us 68,200
Scott Seiver us
Scott Seiver
us 64,900
David Williams us
David Williams
us 64,000
Benjamin Parker
Benjamin Parker
Huck Seed us
Huck Seed
us 62,200
Michael Wattel
Michael Wattel
Chino Rheem us
Chino Rheem
us 58,900
Alessio Isaia it
Alessio Isaia
it 58,500
Peter Gould gb
Peter Gould
gb 58,100
Eli Elezra il
Eli Elezra
il 57,200
Hasan Habib us
Hasan Habib
us 57,200
Richard Ashby gb
Richard Ashby
gb 57,000
David Ulliott
David Ulliott

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Vince Musso Leads the Pack

[user101598] • Ниво 8: 400-800, 200 ante

After eight hours of play, Vince Musso is the chip leader of Event #16: $10,000 2-7 Draw Lowball Championship with 106,200. Biting at his heels are a few very strong players though - Shaun Deeb (104,000), Nick Schulman (87,000), and Joe Cassidy (85,000) all had solid days.

After four hours of late registration, the final number of entrants for Event #16 was 126 - which is 25 more players than last year. The field attracted some of the biggest names in poker, including the three double-digit WSOP bracelet winners Phil Hellmuth (68,200), Doyle Brunson, and Johnny Chan, last year's winner of this event David "Bakes" Baker (68,200), and a plethora of other established pro's.

Unfortunately, Brunson didn't make it through the day, and neither did Eric Cloutier - the runner-up from last year. Chris Oliver, Tom "durrrr" Dwan, Jean-Robert Bellande, Phil Laak, Justin Smith and Justin Bonomo also failed to advance to Day 2.

Some notables who did advance include David "Devilfish" Ulliot (56,500), Greg Raymer (22,300), Eugene Katchalov (40,900), and Joseph Cheung (31,600).

The action resumes tomorrow at 3 p.m. PT, where we will play ten levels. Make sure to check back, but until then, goodnight from the Rio!

Тагове: Vince Musso

Bring Out the Bags

• Ниво 8: 400-800, 200 ante

Day 1 is just a memory now as the chip bags come out and the survivors get to give the WSOP their John Hancock. We'll be right back with our closing arguments.

Chufty Chuffed

[user66118] • Ниво 8: 400-800, 200 ante

Dan O'Brien raised to 2,100 from the hijack seat, and Richard "Chufty" Ashby called next door. In the small blind, Daniel Negreanu squeezed in a reraise to 6,600. The big blind proceeded to reraise to 17,500, and that folded O'Brien. Ashby, though, reraised all in for 23,450 total. Negreanu folded, the big blind called, and Ashby was at risk.

Both players stood pat, and Ashby's {8-} {7-} {5-} {3-} {2-} was the best. His opponent flashed {9-} {8-}, paying off his debt to double Ashby up close to 60,000.

Тагове: Richard AshbyDaniel NegreanuDan O'Brien

Watson Finds This Game Elementary

[user66118] • Ниво 8: 400-800, 200 ante

Mike Watson was all in for 13,550 before the draw, and Carlos reraised, isolating himself against the at-risk "SirWatts" with a chance at the knockout.

Both players took one card, and Watson showed {6-} {5-} {3-} {2-} ... {A-}. Not a good draw. Fortunately, Mortensen's was even worse as he showed {7-} {6-} {5-} {2-} ... {5-}. An ace beats a pair of fives, and Watson has doubled back to his starting stack. It knocks Mortensen down to about 19,000 in the process.

Тагове: Carlos MortensenMike Watson

Matt Perrins, Your Triple-Up is Ready

[user66118] • Ниво 8: 400-800, 200 ante

A player in early position opened to 2,400, and a second unfamiliar player called next door. Across the table, Matt Perrins grabbed his last 8,650 chips and plunked them into the pot, and both opponents called to put him at risk.

Everyone took one card, and Perrins' {8-} {7-} {6-} {5-} {3-} was good for the triple. He's back to 28,550 and almost back to his starting stack.

Dolly Doubles


When we reached the table, Doyle Brunson was all in against Phil Hellmuth and the two had already drawn. Texas Dolly tabled {9-}{6-}{4-}{3-}{2-} for a ninety-six, and Hellmuth gave a mini-speech before mucking the worst hand.

"You get it in with the worst against me all the time on television," Hellmuth complained. "I told myself the next time he moves in, I'm calling."

Hellmuth did, and he's lost chips because of it.

Phil Hellmuth
Phil Hellmuth
65,000 -17,009
Doyle Brunson us
Doyle Brunson
us 40,000 11,000

Тагове: Phil HellmuthDoyle Brunson


Shaun Deeb
Shaun Deeb
Nick Schulman
Nick Schulman
Jennifer Harman
Jennifer Harman
Carlos Mortensen es
Carlos Mortensen
es 65,000
David Baker
David Baker
David Williams
David Williams
Josh Brikis
Josh Brikis
Michael Mizrachi
Michael Mizrachi
Mike Matusow
Mike Matusow