Event #57: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship
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Wong Takes Huge Chip Lead Into $10,000 2-7 Triple Draw Championship Day 3

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Danny Wong

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

RankPlayerCountryChip Count
1Danny WongUnited States1,755,000
2Brian YoonUnited States1,170,000
3Wil WilkinsonUnited States945,000
4Don NguyenUnited States565,000
5Jordan SiegelUnited States300,000
6Joao VieiraPortugal290,000
7Brandon Shack-HarrisUnited States275,000
8Mike ThorpeUnited States110,000

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.

A few hands past the scheduled dinner time, Anthony Zinno became the bubble boy as he was eliminated in a hand versus Joao Vieira.

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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