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2011 World Series of Poker

Event #9: $1,500 2-7 Draw Lowball
Giorni 1
Event Info

2011 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
6,000 / 12,000

Official Day 1 Chip Counts (completo)

Official Day 1 Chip Counts

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
George Lind us
George Lind
Mark Johns us
Mark Johns
Jimmy Fricke us
Jimmy Fricke
34,725 14,725
Travis Pearson us
Travis Pearson
Avery Cardoza
Avery Cardoza
Paul Volpe us
Paul Volpe
WSOP 3X Winner
Donald Walsh
Donald Walsh
Aaron Schaff us
Aaron Schaff
Thien "Tim" Phan
Thien "Tim" Phan
Owais Ahmed us
Owais Ahmed
WSOP 1X Winner
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
24,775 9,775
WSOP 6X Winner
Stuart Rutter gb
Stuart Rutter
24,025 3,025
Bernard Lee us
Bernard Lee
24,000 4,000
Don Mcnamara
Don Mcnamara
Lance Vankooten
Lance Vankooten
Chris Bjorin se
Chris Bjorin
21,600 9,600
WSOP 2X Winner
Sean Snyder us
Sean Snyder
Jason Mercier us
Jason Mercier
WSOP 6X Winner
Hiroaki Harada us
Hiroaki Harada
Eli Elezra il
Eli Elezra
20,950 -3,050
WSOP 5X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer
Justin Bonomo us
Justin Bonomo
20,700 5,700
WSOP 3X Winner
Galen Hall us
Galen Hall
20,600 13,100
WSOP 1X Winner
Scott Seiver us
Scott Seiver
19,775 3,275
WSOP 4X Winner
Will Failla us
Will Failla
Steven Hansen
Steven Hansen

Event #9: $1,500 2-7 Draw Lowball

Giorno 1 completo

No Limit Deuce to Seven Day 1 Completed

Livello 8 : 200/400, 100 ante
George Lind III - Photo from the Omaha Hi-Low event a few days ago.
George Lind III - Photo from the Omaha Hi-Low event a few days ago.

After eight levels of No Limit Deuce to Seven Single Draw we've eliminated nearly 75% of the field. And what a star-studded field it was. We saw the likes of Barry Greenstein, Phill Hellmuth, David Williams, Greg Raymer, David Singer, Doyle Brunson, Erik Seidel, Michael Mizrachi and Jean-Robert Bellande among others, all find their place on the rail.

But even more important is the amount of notable pros that will be in action tomorrow. Among the 73 players left are Phil Laak, Jason Mercier, Shaun Deeb, Eli Elezra, Justin Bonomo, Bertrand "Elky" Grospellier, Galen Hall and five-time Deuce to Seven bracelet winner, Billy Baxter.

For most of the day Travis Pearson led our field, fresh off of his $1,500 Omaha 8 or Better final table. At one point he had almost 45,000 when nobody else had crossed the 30,000 chip mark. But some setbacks towards the end of the day left him bagging up just 33,600, still one of our top five stacks. Our current chip leader is George Lind III with an astounding 52,200. Lind III made his move in the very last level to put himself in excellent position heading into day 2.

You will definitely want to check back in tomorrow as this is sure to have a fantastic list of names that make the money and you never know what is going to happen in a no-limit game. The action has been fierce already but can only get hotter on moving day. We'll see you all back tomorrow at 3pm local time when action commences in the Amazon Room.

Lee Makes a Tough Laydown

Livello 8 : 200/400, 100 ante

Two players, one of which was Bernard Lee, checked to Jimmy Fricke after the draw and he bet 2,500. The third player in the hand check-raised to 5,200 and Lee clearly did not anticipate this. After mulling over the decision for a little while he decided to fold and Fricke quickly called.

The all in player showed an Eight-Five and Fricke mucked. "I had an Eighty-Seven!" Lee declared. This began a conversation at the table about who would have called and who would have folded. Lee also explained that had the third opponent actually had more chips, Lee would have been able to make the call. "There's no way he's going to get [Fricke] to fold with that bet. He has to have it."

Despite the hand, Lee is standing tall with over 20,000 and Fricke still has a healthy stack as well.

Tags: Bernard LeeJimmy Fricke

A Shorr Thing That We're Losing the Max

Max Pescatori and Shannon Shorr have both been knocked out in separate hands.

Pescatori was drawing one card with {10-}{7-}{3-}{2-} against a one card {9-}{8-}{6-}{2-} but his opponent drew a {4-} so the Italian didn't even both looking.

Meanwhile Shannon Shorr was all in for his last 4,500 with a {10-}{5-}{4-}{3-} against the big blind's {7-}{5-}{3-}{2-}, the latter quickly plucked out the {4-} for the nuts and Shorr simply mucked his hand.

Justin Bonomo has had a little more luck, all in and standing pat with {10-}{9-}{8-}{4-}{2-} he faded a one card draw from his opponent who paired. "ZeeJustin" is up to about 15,000.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Justin Bonomo us
Justin Bonomo
15,000 -7,000
WSOP 3X Winner
Shannon Shorr us
Shannon Shorr
Max Pescatori it
Max Pescatori
WSOP 4X Winner

Tags: Shannon ShorrMax PescatoriJustin Bonomo

Elezra Squeezes

Livello 8 : 200/400, 100 ante

After the draw, it was checked to Eli Elezra who slowly squeezed his draw card. Then he put the cards back down and took a chunk of blue chips worth 500 and put them in front of his cards. "Do you know what it is Eli? Or did you just squeeze?" his opponent asked. Elezra all but rolled his eyes on the thought of giving a response.

His opponent asked for a count and the dealer told him it was a bet of 5,000. After a couple of minutes, his opponent risked about half of his stack to make the call. "I know it's a seven, I just don't know which one." Elezra said. He slid out his cards and showed {7-}{6-}{4-}{3-}{2-} for "Number Two" and won the pot.

Elezra now has 24,000 in chips.

Tags: Eli Elezra

More for Mercier

Livello 8 : 200/400, 100 ante

Travis Pearson raised to 1,100 with Eli Elezra calling in the small blind and Jason Mercier calling from the big blind. Elezra and Mercier both drew two and Pearson took one, Elezra then checked and Mercier bet 2,150. Pearson folded but Elezra tanked for several minutes before eventually making the call.

Mercier showed {9-}{8-}{7-}{4-}{2-} and it was good enough for the pot.

Tags: Travis PeasonEli ElezraJason Mercier

Lee Makes Opponent Break

Livello 8 : 200/400, 100 ante

Under the gun, Bernard Lee raised to 800, Robert Williamson called and the small blind reraised to 2100. Lee decided to move all in for 6,500, forcing Williamson to fold and isolating the action with the three bettor who called. Lee decided to stand pat with a Queen-Eight but his opponent broke a Ten-Eight and picked up an Ace.

Lee used that pot to catapult his stack to what has now reached 20,000.

Tags: Bernard LeeRobert Williamson