Thursday, June 23, 2016 2:47 AM Local Time
Andrey Zaichenko Wins $1,500 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball ($117,947)
Andrey Zaichenko is now a WSOP Bracelet Winner
After being down to just 20,000, Jameson Painter doubles up twice to 80,000. In the last hand, Painter is all in again and Zaichenko calls.
Zaichenko draws two on the first draw, and Painter draws four. Zaichenko stands pat on the second draw, while Painter draws two. Zaichenko pats the final draw, and Painter draws one, leaving it face-down.
Zaichenko tables , and has a made nine-eight low. Painter tables , and is drawing live to an or .
Painter squeezes his card, reveals a for a paired hand, and knocks on the table. Zaichenko rises from his chair, runs to his rail, and high-fives his supporters.
It's Zaichenko's 31st cash at the World Series of Poker, and he finally wins his first WSOP gold bracelet. The Russian receives $117,947 for his victory, runner-up Jameson Painter takes home $72,878.
Runner-up Jameson Painter wins $72,878