Dia 2 Terminado
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Dia 2 Terminado
Danny Wong cruised through the day in dominating fashion to take an almost 600,000 chip cushion into Monday’s final day of Event #57: $10,000 2-7 Triple Draw Championship.
The day began with 43 players following the end of late registration, making for a total of 90 entries and a prize pool of $746,000. Only eight players remain, with just one besides Wong over a million in chips. Brian Yoon holds that distinction (1,170,000), while Wil Wilkinson is not far behind with 945,000.
Event #57: $10,000 2-7 Triple Draw Championship Final Table
|1||Danny Wong||United States||1,755,000|
|2||Brian Yoon||United States||1,170,000|
|3||Wil Wilkinson||United States||945,000|
|4||Don Nguyen||United States||565,000|
|5||Jordan Siegel||United States||300,000|
|7||Brandon Shack-Harris||United States||275,000|
|8||Mike Thorpe||United States||110,000|
The night played a bit past the expected end time because bubble play was extended before dinner break, with the final 15 players choosing to postpone dinner until the bubble burst.
Once the bubble burst, those that made the money but didn’t survive the night included Mike Matusow (14th - $16,552), Shaun Deeb (13th - $16,552), Daniel Zack (12th - $20,057), Michael Trivett (11th - $20,057), Nathan Gamble (10th - $20,057), and Dan Smith (9th - $24,910).
Plenty of other stars unfortunately fell short of the money including Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu, Jake Schwartz, and Adam Owen.
For those that survived the day and will play for the bracelet Monday, they’ll all be chasing Wong, who seemingly couldn’t lose a hand, even when challenged by Yoon who was the only person who could conceivably catch him as the night went on.
Play will resume at 2:00 pm local time on the outer feature tables of the Thunderdome. They’ll begin on Level 18 with blinds of 10,000 and 20,000 and betting limits of 20,000 and 40,000, and play down to a winner, who will take home $240,341 and that highly sought after WSOP gold bracelet.
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Danny Wong is the dominant chip leader as play has wrapped up on Day 2 with eight players left.
Stay tuned for a full recap of the day's action.
Mike Thorpe raised from late position and Joao Vieira called from one of the blinds. Both players drew two cards.
Vieira checked the first draw and called a bet from Thorpe.
Vieira drew two cards.
"Are you pat?" Thorpe asked. "Because I am."
"Are you bluffing?" Vieira replied.
Vieira checked the second draw and called another bet from Thorpe. Vieira took one card on the third draw.
"Do you know what the fun thing about my hand is?" Thorpe continued. "I'm still pat. Are you drawing live is the question."
Vieira bet after the third draw and Thorpe snap-called.
"Fours," Vieira said.
"Fours!?" Thorpe shouted. "Why are you betting fours!"
Thorpe turned over to take the pot with a number 11.
"I was going to check back," Thorpe promised.
Mike Thorpe was recently all-in for his tournament life against Portuguese star Joao Vieira.
The action saw Vieira raise the button and Thorpe call in the big blind from a shrinking stack.
Each player then drew two cards, and Thorpe led out with a bet, which Vieira called.
Thorpe then drew one while Vieira took two. Thorpe continued betting and was then raised all-in by Vieira. Thorpe called, with his tournament life at risk.
He was in great shape though as he patted his hand versus Vieira's one-card draw. Thorpe turned over , which Vieira was drawing dead to.
As the hand played out, Thorpe asked Vieira to teach him the Portuguese version of a certain word that starts with 'F' if he won, which Vieira told him was "foda-se". Throughout the day Thorpe had been happily announcing the other word when he won a pot, but in this instance, in honour of his defeated Portuguese tablemate, Thorpe bellowed "I foda-se!!", which echoed throughout the almost empty Amazon room.
Dan Smith shoved his last 30,000 and found two callers, Brian Yoon in the next seat over and Brandon Shack-Harris in late position.
Smith and Yoon took two cards while Shack-Harris drew one.
Yoon checked and called a bet from Shack-Harris.
Smith and Shack-Harris drew one card and Yoon took two on the second draw.
Yoon and Shack-Harris checked after the second draw. Smith and Shack-Harris took one again and Yoon drew two.
Yoon bet the third draw and Shack-Harris folded. Yoon turned over a nine-perfect . Smith tabled for a straight and was eliminated from the tournament in ninth place for $24,910.
From his short stack, Nathan Gamble raised in early position and was three-bet by Wil Wilkinson in late position. Joao Vieira called from the big blind and Gamble called as well.
Vieira drew two, as did Gamble, while Wilkinson took just one.
Vieira and Gamble checked to Wilkinson who continued his aggression with another bet. Both players called.
Vieira and Gamble again drew two, while Wilkinson still drew one.
Again action was checked to Wilkinson who bet once more. This time Vieira folded, but Gamble went ahead and committed his final 20,000 chips.
Gamble still needed to draw one, while Wilkinson now stood pat and rolled over .
Even before looking at his final card, Gamble started lobbing his hand into the muck, signalling the end of his run in this tournament.
Michael Trivett shoved his last 25,000 from under the gun and Joao Vieira three-bet from the button. Wil Wilkinson called and joined the side pot with Vieira.
Trivett drew one while Vieira and Wilkinson drew two.
After the first draw, Wilkinson checked and called a bet from Vieira.
Trivett drew one, Vieira drew one, and Wilkinson drew two.
On the second draw, Wilkinson checked again. Vieira bet and Wilkinson check-called.
Trivett was pat on the third draw and both Vieira and Wilkinson drew one.
Wilkinson bet the final draw and Vieira folded.
"I know that look," Trivett said as Wilkinson turned over for the nut low.
Trivett mucked his cards and was eliminated in 11th place for $20,057.
"This is a monumental moment," Gamble said to the table as he raised from under the gun. There was not much acknowledgement from the table of the moment and action folded around to Joao Vieira on the big blind. Gamble had around 55,000 left and Vieira was thinking it over.
Mike Thorpe began to question the players in the hand.
"What is going through your mind right now?"
Gamble explained that they were thinking about how the bets would play out, and at what point in the hand he might commit all of his chips.
"I don't think," Thorpe said.
On the first draw, Gamble took two and Vieira drew three. Vieira bet and Gamble called.
Both players took one on the second draw and checked.
On the third draw, both players took one. Vieira checked and Gamble bet. He had just one 5,000 chip behind.
Vieira thought it over.
"This is a good spot for a bluff," he said as he called.
Gamble turned over and Vieira mucked his hand.
Michael Trivett offered support to Gamble.
"Us gingers are hard to kill."
"Yes! Make sure that ends up on PokerNews," Gamble said.
Chip leader Danny Wong continues to surge, this time at the expense of the player second in chips, Brian Yoon.
First, Wong raised in early position and was called by Yoon in the big blind.
Yoon drew three, one, and one while Wong drew two, two and then patted.
Yoon bet all three streets including the final street despite Wong having patted his hand while he had just drawn one.
Wong called each street, including the last bet, where Yoon declared "pair", and Wong showed .
Wong caught Yoon snowing again shortly after, when Yoon patted his hand and Wong drew one on the end. Yoon bet, and again was called by Wong.
"Bluff" said Yoon. Wong then showed a winning