Event #33: $1,500 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw
Tage:
123

Event Info

Preispool $630,450
Players 467

Level Info

Level 30
Limits 80,000 / 160,000
Ante 0

Williams Takes From Sawtell

zedmaster84 • Level 21: 10,000-20,000, 0 ante

Hope Williams and Martin Sawtell clashed in a hand in which both drew one each on the first two draws. Sawtell bet after the second draw and Williams called, then stood pat while Williams took one. Williams bet and Sawtell reluctantly called to get shown {8-}{6-}{4-}{3-}{2-}, he mucked a ten.

Sawtell then raised with 12,000 behind and Benny Glaser called. Hawtell stood pat, Glaser drew one. A bet of Sawtell forced a fold from Glaser.

Hope Williams us 444,000 70,000
Benny Glaser gb 312,000 -20,000
Martin Sawtell AU 47,000 -55,000

Tags: Benny GlaserHope WilliamsMartin Sawtell

Level:
21
Limits:
10,000/20,000
Ante:
0

Will Hanh Tran Emerge Victorious for a Second Straight Year in $1,500 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw?

Hanh Tran
Hanh Tran

The stage is set for defending champion Hanh Tran as Day 3 of Event #33: $1,500 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw draws near. Play will commence at 2 p.m. local time with 17 players returning to battle for the top prize of $144,027 and the WSOP gold bracelet.
It took two long days and 20 hours of play to make it here with 467 entries total creating a prize pool of $630,450. Play on Day 2 went until the small hours of the morning and saw Tran find himself to be the chip leader at the close of play, bagging 457,000.

Five other former bracelet winners still remain, including Frankie O’Dell - a winner during this 2019 World Series - whose rampant aggression at the end of Day 2 saw him continue to climb into third place on the leaderboard. Joining him in the lineup of bracelet winners still in contention are David Bach (415,000), Benny Glaser (332,000), Carol Fuchs (203,000), and Daniel Strelitz (166,000).

Another player to watch out for is Jared Bleznick, who is just behind Tran in chip counts with 449,000. Bleznick also has history in this event, having received a lifetime ban in 2016 after finding himself down to his last 1,000 with {8-}{5-}{3-}{2-} to the {10-}{6-}{5-}{4-}{2-} of Andrey Zaichenko. Bleznick drew one card and after it did not help him improve, he crumpled up the card and then followed suit with the rest of his hand. The ban ended up being reversed after two days and Bleznick will return again this afternoon, looking to wrap up his unfinished business on the quest for gold.

Who will hoist the bracelet later this afternoon at the record-breaking 2019 World Series of Poker? Find out later today as the PokerNews team will provide continuing coverage of all the action for the rest of the tournament.

Tags: Andrey ZaichenkoBenny GlaserCarol FuchsDaniel StrelitzDavid BachHanh TranJared Bleznick

Event #33: $1,500 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw
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