2014 World Series of Poker

Event #13: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball Championship
Dias: 1
Event Info

2014 World Series of Poker

Resultados Finais
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Informações do Nível
15,000 / 30,000

Nível: 3

Blinds: 100/200

Ante: 50

Ivey with the Four-Bet

Nível 2 : 75/150, 25 ante

Phil Ivey was under the gun and raised the action to 450. The player on the button called only to have Brian Hastings make it 2,150 to go. Ivey came over the top with a four-bet to 6,000 and the button folded. Hastings called and drew one card on the draw. Ivey stood pat.

Hastings checked after the draw and Ivey knuckled the table back, rolling over {8-}{6-}{5-}{4-}{2-}. Hastings mucked his hand and Ivey was pushed the pot. He's now sitting around 40,300 in chips.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Phil Ivey us
Phil Ivey
40,300 10,300
WSOP 10X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer
Brian Hastings us
Brian Hastings
27,300 -2,700
WSOP 6X Winner

Tags: Brian HastingsPhil Ivey

Seiver Takes a Hit

Nível 2 : 75/150, 25 ante

Matthew Ashton raised to 500 from the cutoff and Scott Seiver made it 1,700 to go from the button. The small blind four-bet the action to 4,275 and it folded back to Ashton who folded as well. Seiver tossed out a call.

Seiver's opponent stood pat and Seiver thought for about 20 seconds before opting for one new card. Action checked to Seiver and he tapped the table back. Seiver's opponent fanned {9x]{7-}{5-}{4-}{3-}, eliciting an eye roll from Seiver before the flung his hand into the muck. With this hit, Seiver is down to about 19,000 in chips.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Scott Seiver us
Scott Seiver
WSOP 4X Winner

Tags: Scott SeiverMatthew Ashton

Luneau Makes Ninety-Eight

Nível 2 : 75/150, 25 ante

Stuart Rutter opened the action by popping it up to 450 from the cutoff. Alexandre Luneau called from the button and Naoya Kihara tagged along from the big blind. All three players took one card at the draw and action checked all of the way back to Luneau.

Luneau flicked out a bet of 1,000 and Kihara called. Rutter threw his hand away and Luneau fanned {9-}{8-}{7-}{6-}{3-}. Kihara mucked his hand and Luneau was pushed the pot.

Luneau is off to a solid start today, sitting on about 47,500 in chips a little more than halfway through the second level.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Alexandre Luneau fr
Alexandre Luneau
47,500 17,500
Naoya Kihara jp
Naoya Kihara
24,500 -5,500
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Alexandre LuneauNaoya Kihara

Cantu Over Monnette

Nível 2 : 75/150, 25 ante

Shawn Buchanan raised to 400 from middle position and John Monnette flatted from the cutoff. Action trickled around to Brandon Cantu in the big blind and he cut out a three-bet to 2,200. Buchanan let it go and Monnette called to see the draw.

Both players took one new card on the draw and Cantu continued his aggression with a bet of 3,500. Monnette called, but mucked his hand after seeing Cantu's {9-}{8-}{7-}{6-}{4-}. Cantu raked in the chips and now sits on 44,200 in chips.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Brandon Cantu us
Brandon Cantu
44,200 14,200
WSOP 2X Winner
Shawn Buchanan ca
Shawn Buchanan
27,400 -2,600
WSOP 1X Winner
John Monnette us
John Monnette
19,300 -10,700
WSOP 5X Winner

Tags: Brandon CantuJohn MonnetteShawn Buchanan

"I'll Take Your Head Off!"

Nível 2 : 75/150, 25 ante
Reunited and it feels so good
Reunited and it feels so good

That quote by Jeff Lisandro from the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event remains famous in the poker world to this day. Late in the Main Event that year, Lisandro and Prahlad Friedman were seated together at the ESPN feature table. During their time together, an incident arose regarding a missing ante before the flop. Friedman insisted that Lisandro did not put his ante in while Lisandro vehemently defended himself. The tension rose and the argument became more heated until Friedman stepped away from the table and talked to a floor supervisor privately.

Lisandro stood up from the table and continued to argue his point, until he spoke those famous words, "I'll take your head off!"

It's been right around eight years since that infamous moment, and today we find these two seated right next to each other on Table #366. Both players are currently under the starting stack with Friedman sitting on 26,500 and Lisandro on 24,000. As the day progresses, we'll see keep you posted on the status of these two players.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Prahlad Friedman us
Prahlad Friedman
26,500 -2,800
WSOP 1X Winner
Jeff Lisandro au
Jeff Lisandro
24,000 -6,000
WSOP 6X Winner

Tags: Jeff LisandroPrahlad Friedman