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2019 50th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Saturday, June 01, 2019 to Monday, June 03, 2019

$2,500 Limit Mixed Triple Draw (Event #6)

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  • Buy-in: $2,500
  • Prizepool: $666,000
  • Entries: 296
  • Remaining: 0


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Monday, June 3, 2019 7:47 PM Local Time
Jon Turner Eliminated in 4th Place ($43,984)

Jon Turner

2-7 Triple Draw

Jon Turner raised in the small blind and Dan Zack called in the big. Each took two and checked then took two more. Turner bet, Zack raised and Turner called off his last 24,000. Turner pulled a card and Zack patted.

"I have a seven," Zack announced, tabling a seven-six.

Turner immediately slid back and turned over     , a dead draw to an eight.

Dan Zack2,300,00050,000
Jon Turner0-160,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 7:42 PM Local Time
Zack Adds More and More


Dan Zack raised and Brayden Gazlay three-bet in position. Zack called and took two while Gazlay needed one. Zack let Gazlay fire and then check-raised, earning a call.

The second draw was patted by Zack and Gazlay still wanted to improve. He called another bet and both players patted the final round. Zack bet one more time, but Gazlay figured out he was beat.

Dan Zack2,250,000290,000
Brayden Gazlay1,130,000-270,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 7:37 PM Local Time
Jesse Hampton Eliminated in 5th Place ($30,437); Jake Schwartz Eliminated in 6th Place ($21,625)

Jesse Hampton


Jake Schwartz raised blind versus blind and Dan Zack called. Schwartz needed one and Zack two and Schwartz bet again. Zack called and they both drew one. Schwartz checked this time and called a bet from Zack, leaving 7,000 back. They drew again and Schwartz checked. Zack bet.

After about a minute, Schwartz opted to save it for one last stand.

"I can't win," he muttered.

The next hand, Brayden Gazlay raised under the gun. Schwartz called it off and Jesse Hampton called in the big blind. Hampton took one, Gazlay was pat and Schwartz took one. Hampton check-called a bet, draws remained the same, and Hampton check-called off his last 37,000.

Again, draws repeated, and Gazlay showed      for a rough pat badugi.

Hampton was drawing smooth with     but picked up a worthless  . We didn't see Schwartz's draw but he wound up with      to miss as well.

Dan Zack1,960,000162,000
Brayden Gazlay1,400,000300,000
Jake Schwartz0-120,000
Jesse Hampton0-112,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 7:27 PM Local Time
Hampton Survives Again

A-5 Triple Draw

Jake Schwartz raised and Jesse Hampton called for his last 37,000. The remaining players let their hands go and Hampton needed to beat one opponent to stay afloat. He took one and Schwartz drew two on the first draw, but the following rounds saw Schwartz pat. Hampton took one again and patted his       on the final draw, besting Schwartz' seven-six.

Jake Schwartz120,000-185,000
Jesse Hampton112,00037,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 7:23 PM Local Time
Hampton and Turner on Crumbs

2-7 Triple Draw

Jesse Hampton raised on the button and Brayden Gazlay reraised in the big blind. Hampton called and both drew one. They checked and drew one again and Gazlay bet, with Hampton giving it up and preserving his last 75,000.

A-5 Triple Draw

Jon Turner isn't having it much better. He called from the button after Sumir Mathur opened on his right. They each drew two and Mathur check-called then drew two again. Turner took one and Mathur check-called again. Both drew a final card and Mathur checked. Turner quickly bet and Mathur tanked about 30 seconds then called.

Turner shook his head and just pointed at Mathur, who tabled      .

Sumir Mathur775,000-30,000
Jon Turner105,000-190,000
Jesse Hampton75,000-113,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 7:11 PM Local Time
Hampton Doubles With Wheel

2-7 Triple Draw

Jesse Hampton raised under the gun, Brayden Gazley three-bet in the next position and called when Hampton shoved for 75,000.

On the first draw, Hampton drew two, Gazlay one. The took one apiece on the remaining draws. Hampton turned up       for the nuts, and while Gazlay could still chop with     , he quickly peeled a   to confirm Hampton's double.

Brayden Gazlay1,100,000-68,000
Jesse Hampton188,000113,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 7:03 PM Local Time
Level 25 started
Level: 25
Blinds: 25000/50000
Ante: 0
Monday, June 3, 2019 6:50 PM Local Time
Chip Counts on Second Break

Players are now on a 15-minute break.

Dan Zack1,798,000128,000
Brayden Gazlay1,168,000368,000
Sumir Mathur805,00070,000
Jake Schwartz305,000-120,000
Jon Turner295,000-5,000
Jesse Hampton75,000-110,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 6:44 PM Local Time
David Gee Eliminated in 7th Place ($15,787)

David Gee

A-5 Triple Draw

Jon Turner raised and David Gee three-bet all in for 54,000 in the small blind. Turner called and each player drew two. Then, each drew one. Then, Gee drew one and Turner had a decision.

"I don't know ace well enough," he said with a sigh as he thought.

Finally, he patted and rolled over      . Gee turned over      for a strong draw.

"Squeeze it," someone in the crowd urged.

Gee did but shook his head and turned over a   for a pair.

Jon Turner300,000-30,000
David Gee0-105,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 6:30 PM Local Time
Turner Takes from Hampton

2-7 Triple Draw

Jesse Hampton raised from early position and Jon Turner was his only caller. Hampton drew one, Turner two, and the action repeated on the second draw with Turner calling a bet in the meantime.

He called again after the second draw and Hampton stood pat. Turner discarded one and the final round was checked. Turner quickly turned up a nine, followed by the rest of his hand and his       was good enough to beat Hampton's holdings.

Jon Turner330,00025,000
Jesse Hampton185,000-131,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 6:26 PM Local Time
"Perfect. Badugi."

Jake Schwartz


David Gee raised and Jake Schwartz defended big blind. Schwartz took two and Gee patted. Schwartz checked, Gee bet and Schwartz called then drew one. Gee remained pat and bet again, with Schwartz calling and taking a final card. Schwartz checked without looking and Gee checked back.

"Perfect. Badugi." said Schwartz as he rolled over     .

"It's called a wheel," Dan Zack jested.

"I'm just mad I didn't bet," said Schwartz.

Jake Schwartz425,000-66,000
David Gee105,000-215,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 6:21 PM Local Time
Gee Wins a Critical Pot


David Gee raised in the cutoff and Sumir Mathur defended his big blind. They drew two apiece on the first draw and Mathur took the betting lead, earning a call. He peeled one on the next draw while Gee still needed two. Mathur bet again and Gee called.

The final draw saw both players change one card and Mathur checked this time. Gee fired and Mathur took his time before calling. Gee had only a three-card badugi but his      was good enough as Mathur sent his cards to the muck.

Sumir Mathur735,00010,000
David Gee320,000150,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 6:17 PM Local Time
Zack Still on Fire

A-5 Triple Draw

Jon Turner raised, Dan Zack three-bet in the small blind and David Gee cold-called. Turner made it three to the draw. Zack took one, Gee two and Turner three. Zack bet and the others called. Everyone improved by one and Zack bet again. Gee called and Turner folded. Zack patted, Gee took one, and Zack bet and won the pot.


The next hand, Zack raised on the button and Gee called in the small blind. Both took one and Gee check-called. Both took one again, action checked through and they drew once more. Check-check and Zack won with a three-card six.

Dan Zack1,670,000250,000
David Gee170,000-280,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 6:14 PM Local Time
Zack Doesn't Stop

A-5 Triple Draw

Dan Zack raised under the gun and found three callers as Sumir Mathur called on the button and Jon Turner plus Jake Schwartz joined from the blinds. Turner took one, Schwartz two, Zack one, and Mathur two.

Zack fired again and only Schwartz left the contest. Turner and Zack peeled one and Mathur still needed two. Zack continued barrelling and only Turner was willing to make it all the way to the final draw.

He called and drew one while Zack stood pat. Zack fired again and Turner wanted to see his cards, paying the final bet. Zack announced a six, turning up       and Turner finished second. Zack added another sizeable chunk to his piles, solidifying his lead.

Dan Zack1,420,000250,000
Jon Turner305,000-145,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 6:04 PM Local Time
Gee Loses Some More

2-7 Triple Draw

David Gee raised, Brayden Gazlay three-bet and Gee called. Gee took two and Gazlay one and Gee check-called. Same draws and same betting followed, then each player took a card. Gee checked and Gazlay bet.

Gee tank-called but       was a winner for Gazlay.

Brayden Gazlay800,000150,000
David Gee450,000-250,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 6:02 PM Local Time
Zack on Fire in Deuce

Dan Zack

2-7 Triple Draw

Jake Schwartz raised and Dan Zack three-bet on his left. Schwartz called and they each took one on every draw, checking the next two streets. Schwartz bet the end and Zack quickly called.

"Pair of sevens," a resigned Schwartz announced.

Zack tabled      .

Then, Zack raised the next hand and David Gee called on his left. They each took two and Zack check-called. Zack took two and Gee one. Zack checked, Gee bet and Zack raised. Gee called and peeled a final card after Zack patted. Zack won the pot with a final bet and he's into seven figures.

Dan Zack1,170,000320,000
Jake Schwartz491,000-59,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 5:55 PM Local Time
Schwartz Wins Sizeable Pot With Six-Dugi


Sumir Mathur raised under the gun and Jake Schwartz re-raised in the hijack. Mathur called and they both took one.

Mathur check-called and continued drawing one. Schwartz stood pat and earned another check-call from Mathur. The last draw went one-pat again and Mathur called yet another bet.

"Six," Schwartz announced, quickly opening      to seize the pot.

Sumir Mathur725,000-175,000
Jake Schwartz550,000184,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 5:50 PM Local Time
Level 24 started
Level: 24
Blinds: 20000/40000
Ante: 0
Monday, June 3, 2019 5:50 PM Local Time
Gee Cleaning Out Schwartz in Badugi


David Gee opened for a raise second to act and Jake Schwartz defended big blind and took a card. Gee was pat and Schwartz checked down drawing one the whole way until he check-folded the end.

Then, Schwartz raised on the button and Gee defended his own big blind. Both took two and Gee bet. Schwartz called and drew two again but Gee was ahead drawing one. Gee bet and Schwartz called. Each player took a card. Gee bet a final time and Schwartz called.

Gee only had a three-card but his     was enough.

David Gee700,000300,000
Jake Schwartz366,000-194,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 5:43 PM Local Time
Zack Catches Schwartz Bluffing

A-5 Triple Draw

Jake Schwartz raised in the cutoff and Dan Zack three-bet in position. Schwartz called and drew two while Zack peeled one. Schwartz check-called and they continued to the second draw where they repeated their previous action.

Schwartz checked, Zack bet, and Schwartz came back with a check-raise. Zack called.

Schwartz stood pat while Zack still needed to change one. Schwartz fired one last bet and Zack paused for a while before tossing in the calling chips.

"Three threes," Schwartz quickly announced, proving it by showing the trips. Zack opened       to prove he had to make a gutsy decision to scoop the pot.

Dan Zack850,000130,000
Jake Schwartz560,000-290,000