Dia 1 Terminado
Dia 1 Terminado
The first day of Event #7: $2,500 Mixed Triple Draw Lowball is in the books and Sampo Ryynanen bagged 102,000, which is good for the chip lead at the end of Day 1.
Jared Bleznick (91,300) was close behind along with several others near the top, including Wes Self (97,000), Joe "Bubba" Wagner (85,300), Eric Wasserson (78,000), and Matt Schrieber (79,000).
Many players fired and failed to make it to Day 2. Daniel Negreanu was very vocal about how happy he was to be playing mixed games for the first time this WSOP. He enjoyed his time after busting from the One Drop, but was unable to make Day 2.
Marco Johnson, Aaron Mermelstein, Robert Mizrachi, and Tommy Hang also fell during Day 1.
Meanwhile, Brandon-Shack Harris (68,800), Jason Mercier (36,000), and David "ODB" Baker (34,000) managed to bag.
The tournament restarts Sunday at 2 p.m. Stay tuned for all of the latest updates from PokerNews.
|Brasilia||704||1||Yong Kim||United States||20,500|
|Brasilia||704||2||Dale Beaudoin||United States||50,900|
|Brasilia||704||3||Eric Wasserson||United States||78,000|
|Brasilia||704||5||Jon Turner||United States||26,600|
|Brasilia||704||6||Brian Brubaker||United States||49,100|
|Brasilia||705||1||Lyle Berman||United States||54,400|
|Brasilia||705||2||Don Mcnamara||United States||27,000|
|Brasilia||705||5||Roland Israelashvili||United States||70,700|
|Brasilia||706||1||Aditya Prasetyo||United States||51,900|
|Brasilia||706||2||Timothy Frazin||United States||14,400|
|Brasilia||706||3||Michael Ross||United States||36,000|
|Brasilia||706||4||Ryan Hughes||United States||69,000|
|Brasilia||706||5||Daniel Hirleman||United States||45,000|
|Brasilia||706||6||Todd Barlow||United States||37,400|
|Brasilia||708||2||Randy Ohel||United States||13,800|
|Brasilia||708||3||Benjamin Lukas||United States||59,200|
|Brasilia||708||4||Jon Seaman||United States||19,600|
|Brasilia||708||5||Jeremy Heartberg||United States||39,800|
|Brasilia||708||6||Crystal Doan||United States||70,490|
|Brasilia||709||1||Chris Overgard||United States||16,600|
|Brasilia||709||2||Jesse Martin||United States||48,000|
|Brasilia||709||3||David Macklin||United States||41,600|
|Brasilia||709||5||Terry Jennings||United States||68,400|
|Brasilia||709||6||Jason Gola||United States||72,800|
|Brasilia||710||1||Carol Fuchs||United States||44,000|
|Brasilia||710||3||Matthew Schreiber||United States||79,000|
|Brasilia||710||6||Ian Johns||United States||70,700|
|Brasilia||711||1||Christopher Chung||United States||30,400|
|Brasilia||711||2||Brandon Shack-Harris||United States||68,800|
|Brasilia||711||3||Jason Mercier||United States||36,000|
|Brasilia||711||5||Joseph Wagganer||United States||85,300|
|Brasilia||711||6||Jared Bleznick||United States||91,300|
|Brasilia||712||1||Jake Schwartz||United States||30,900|
|Brasilia||712||4||Brant Hale||United States||47,600|
|Brasilia||712||5||Lawrence Berg||United States||65,300|
|Brasilia||712||6||Paul Fehlig||United States||20,500|
|Brasilia||713||1||Paul Volpe||United States||46,000|
|Brasilia||713||2||Barry Greenstein||United States||30,200|
|Brasilia||713||6||Maria Ho||United States||31,600|
|Brasilia||714||1||Martin Staszko||Czech Republic||70,800|
|Brasilia||714||2||Yuebin Guo||United States||41,600|
|Brasilia||714||3||Alan Emerson||United States||28,100|
|Brasilia||714||4||David (Wes) Self||United States||97,000|
|Brasilia||714||5||James Kwon||United States||81,400|
|Brasilia||714||6||David "ODB" Baker||United States||34,600|
|Mikhail Semin||GGPoker Team Russia||57,600||-400|
The 57 remaining players are bagging up chips for Day 2. A recap of the day will be up shortly.
2-7 Triple Draw:
Adam Friedman went all in with a raise on the button and Lyle Berman called.
The betting action was concluded, but here is how the draws went.
Both players drew two on the first draw. Both players drew one on the second draw and both players stood pat on the third.
Berman showed and Friedman reached for the deck to flip over what would have been his card. Based on his face it seems it wouldn't have made a difference. Friedman was eliminated just before the end of the night.
|Felipe Ramos||GGPoker Ambassador||Eliminado|
2-7 Triple Draw:
"Hey Barry!" Matt Schrieber calls to Barry Greenstein at a neighboring table.
"This is the craziest hand you've ever seen."
Moments before Schrieber had fanned out to show a bluff and take down a huge pot.
According to Zach Freeman, here's how the action went down.
Dan Hirleman opened with a raise and Freeman three-bet. Schrieber called from the big blind and Hirleman called as well.
Schrieber drew two, Hirleman and Freeman both drew one. Schrieber checked. Hirleman bet and both Freeman and Schrieber called.
The next draw, Schrieber drew one, Hirleman stood pat, and Freeman drew one.
Schrieber checked again. Hirleman bet and Freeman called. Schrieber raised and both Hirleman and Freeman called.
Schrieber stood pat as did Hirleman, and Freeman drew one. At this point Freeman says he made a seven-low.
Schrieber checked. Hirleman checked and Freeman bet. Schrieber raised again. Hirleman, who was the original raiser and the first one to pat folded. The action was on Freeman, who had a seven-low made . He tanked for a while before folding.
Schrieber then showed his hand for a pair of threes and raked in the pot now that both his opponents had folded.
600-1,200 Blinds 1,200-2,400 Limit
A-5 Triple Draw:
Frankie O'Dell has been battling all day and finally was unable to hold against Yueqi Zhu.
O'Dell went all in for 1,000 after the first draw and Konstantin Puchkov completed the bet to 2,000. Zhu called.
O'Dell stood pat, as did Puchkov. Zhu drew one. Puchkov bet, Zhu raised and Puchkov called.
O'Dell stayed pat and this time Puchkov broke, drawing one. Zhu stood pat.
Puchkov check-folded to a Zhu bet.
"Wheel," said Zhu as he rolled over .
O'Dell turned over a seven-low and headed to the rail.
|Felipe Ramos||GGPoker Ambassador||5,000||-19,000|
2-7 Triple Draw:
Mike Ross opened the button, and Zach Freeman three-bet from the big blind. Ross called. Freeman drew one, and Ross drew three. Freeman bet.
"I caught up," Ross said, "I caught way up."
Both players drew one. Freeman bet again and Ross called.
Freeman stood pat, and Ross drew one. Both players checked.
"Pair of threes," said Ross.
Freeman turned over a nine-seven low and pulled in the pot.