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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 3:22 PM Local Time
Zack Triples in Badugi


Jake Schwartz raised on the button, David Gee re-raised in the small blind, and big blind Dan Zack slid his 35,000-chip stack towards the middle. Both Schwartz and Gee called and Gee patted. Zack and Schwarz drew one apiece.

Gee led out and Schwartz called. Both Zack and Schwartz drew one again and Gee fired another bet. Schwartz, however, raised this time and Gee paused before calling.

Gee and Zack both patted the final draw, but Schwartz was still looking to improve his hand, drawing one. The last betting round was checked and Zack showed      to stay in the tournament, dragging the main pot. Gee took down the side pot with      and Schwartz mucked his hand in defeat.

Jake Schwartz800,00070,000
Dan Zack105,000-35,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 3:19 PM Local Time
Gregorich Picks Off a Bluff for Tournament Life

A-5 Triple Draw

Mark Gregorich took a card on the second pull from the small blind and Brayden Gazlay did likewise from the cutoff. Both players checked and drew and Gregorich bet. Gazlay raised and Gregorich counted out his remaining chips, 42,000 counting his bet. He tossed them in.

"Pair," Gazlay said, showing      .

Gregorich rolled over a perfect seven and doubled up.

Brayden Gazlay783,000-117,000
Mark Gregorich170,000-5,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 3:15 PM Local Time
Andrew Yeh Eliminated in 10th Place ($11,850)

Andrew Yeh


David Gee raised second to act and Andrew Yeh reraised out of the big blind to get his 29,000 in. Gee called and took two after Yeh took two. Yeh needed two more but Gee was pat. Yeh took a final card and Gee opened     .

Yeh had a good draw with     but turned over the  .

David Gee750,00010,000
Andrew Yeh0-30,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 3:12 PM Local Time
Yeh Left With Peanuts


In a sizeable pot picked up on the final draw, Jesse Hampton and Andrew Yeh discarded one apiece. Hampton led out and Yeh looked him up, but he saw the bad news as Hampton turned up      for king-dugi.

Andrew Yeh30,000-140,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 3:03 PM Local Time
Yeh Binks the River

A-5 Triple Draw

Andrew Yeh raised, Jake Schwartz three-bet in position, and Yeh called. Yeh took two and Schwartz one. Yeh check-called and changed one while Schwartz patted. Yeh check-called again and discarded one card one more time. The final round remained checked and Yeh revealed that he found what he was looking for, scooping the pot with      .

Jake Schwartz730,000-120,000
Andrew Yeh170,00050,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 2:58 PM Local Time
Mathur Drops Two

Sumir Mathur

A-5 Triple Draw

Brayden Gazlay defended big blind against a Sumir Mathur open and drew two. Mathur also took two and Gazlay check-called then took two again. Mathur drew one and kept betting, drawing one again while Gazlay had caught up to him. Gazlay check-called a final bet.

"Pair," Mathur announced.

Gazlay showed      .

The next hand, Mathur opened again and Jon Turner three-bet in the big blind. Mathur called and drew two, one and one, calling the whole way against Turner's pat hand. On the end, Mathur finally folded and Turner flashed what looked like a wheel.

Mathur said he had pulled a three-sider but thanked his luck it wasn't a six to get him to lose more money.

Brayden Gazlay900,0000
Sumir Mathur439,000-111,000
Jon Turner336,000-24,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 2:56 PM Local Time
Zack Finds Two Doubles


With action all-in before the second draw, Dan Zack stood pat while Jake Schwartz changed one. He tried to score an elimination by peeling one again on the final draw but Zack's      prevailed and he climbed to 65,000.

2-7 Triple Draw

Zack's surge back to contention continued shortly afterwards as he tangled with Schwartz once again. In a four-bet action predraw, Schwartz took two while Zack stood pat. Schwartz check-raised and then called Zack's shove for 11,000 more. He drew one on the following two draws, but Zack found another double with       as Schwartz failed to connect with     .

Dan Zack140,000102,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 2:49 PM Local Time
Zack Downed to Crumbs


Dan Zack opened from early position and David Gee defended from the big blind. Gee took two, Zack one and Gee check-raised Zack's bet. Zack called.

Gee stood pat and Zack took one before calling another bet. Zack changed one on the final draw and the action was checked. Gee turned up      and Zack mucked to continue with only two big bets or so.

David Gee740,00060,000
Dan Zack38,000-132,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 2:49 PM Local Time
Andrew Brown Eliminated in 11th Place ($9,154)

Andrew Brown

2-7 Triple Draw

After grinding his way up in a few badugi pots, Andrew Brown lost a big pot to Brayden Gazlay wherein Gazlay beat him patting a ten on the last pull and Brown didn't get there and checked back.

Moments later, Brown raised and Gazlay reraised on his left in the cutoff. The others folded and Brown stuck his 22,000 in and pulled three, two and one. Gazlay needed one and one but then was pat and tabled a wheel. Brown simply threw his cards away drawing dead.

Brayden Gazlay900,00050,000
Andrew Brown0-72,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 2:46 PM Local Time
Gazlay Picks Off Gregorich

2-7 Triple Draw

Brayden Gazlay raised on the button and Mark Gregorich reraised in the big blind. Gazlay called and took two after Gregorich took one. Gregorich bet in the dark and Gazlay called, with draws repeating. Gregorich bet dark again and Gazlay called, and each took a card.

Gregorich bet and Gazlay called, and Gregorich quickly said "you got it" while tossing in a pair of eights.

Gazlay showed      .

Brayden Gazlay850,000250,000
Mark Gregorich175,000-75,000
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Monday, June 3, 2019 2:37 PM Local Time
Hampton Gets Some Back

A-5 Triple Draw

With action caught after the first draw, Jake Schwartz had bet and David Gee had called before Jesse Hampton raised. Schwartz three-bet, getting rid of Gee, but Hampton stuck around, calling.

Both players took one and Schwartz called a bet. He changed one again while Hampton was pat. The last round was checked and Hampton opened      , prompting a "nice hand" from Schwartz who couldn't peel the best hand.

Jake Schwartz850,000-20,000
Jesse Hampton450,000115,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 2:32 PM Local Time
Unstoppable Schwartz

2-7 Triple Draw

Jake Schwartz raised in the cutoff and Jesse Hampton defended his big blind. Hampton changed two and Schwartz took one. Hampton check-called and the second draw saw Hampton discard two and Schwartz one again. Hampton check-called one more time before peeling one while Schwartz patted. The last betting round was checked and Schwartz announced a nine, revealing      . Hampton mucked.

"The man's unstoppable!" Mike Gorodinsky observed, adding some bracelet forecasts. "Stop it," Schwartz replied, trying to fight any potential jinx.

Jake Schwartz870,00070,000
Jesse Hampton335,000-65,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 2:24 PM Local Time
Table 2 Chip Counts

David Gee won two clashes against Andrew Yeh in 2-7 triple draw to boost his stack shortly after the redraw.

Jake Schwartz800,000-80,000
David Gee680,000239,000
Mike Gorodinsky450,000105,000
Jesse Hampton400,00010,000
Dan Zack170,00020,000
Andrew Yeh120,000-162,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 2:24 PM Local Time
Chip Counts from Table 3
Brayden Gazlay600,000110,000
Sumir Mathur550,000-24,000
Jon Turner360,00029,000
Mark Gregorich250,000-30,000
Andrew Brown72,000-20,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 2:19 PM Local Time
Seat Draw for Final Two Tables
SeatTable 2Table 3
1Mike GorodinskyAndrew Brown
2Dan ZackBrayden Gazlay
3Jesse HamptonJon Turner
4Andrew Yehempty
5Jake SchwartzMark Gregorich
6David GeeSumir Mathur
Monday, June 3, 2019 2:19 PM Local Time
Bryce Yockey Eliminated in 12th Place ($9,154)

Bryce Yockey


Bryce Yockey got to the end from the small blind and bet, with Sumir Mathur his lone opponent in the big blind. Mathur announced a raise and Yockey sighed and put his head in his hands. Moments later, he folded, but some of his cards were exposed, showing at least the  .

2-7 Triple Draw

Jon Turner raised in the cutoff and Mike Gorodinsky called. Yockey raised his remaining chips to 29,000 and Turner reraised. Gorodinsky called. We didn't catch the first draw, but Gorodinsky check-called again then asked for one. Yockey needed three and Turner was pat. Gorodinsky then check-called again and patted. Yockey took one and Turner remained pat.

Gorodinsky check-called a final bet but he couldn't beat      , flashing what looked like an eight-seven. Yockey's cards were mucked before we noted them.

Mike Gorodinsky345,000-138,000
Jon Turner331,000103,000
Bryce Yockey0-99,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 2:14 PM Local Time
Andrulis Eliminated First on Day 3

A-5 Triple Draw

Kristijonas Andrulis was on the button and got in a raising war with Jesse Hampton in the cutoff after all the draws. Action was capped and Andrulis announced a number two.

Hampton showed a wheel though, and left with just 28,000, Andrulis busted moments later.

Jesse Hampton390,00085,000
Kristijonas Andrulis0-159,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 2:08 PM Local Time
Schwartz Adds to His Piles

A-5 Triple Draw

Dan Zack raised in the small blind and Jake Schwartz re-raised in the big. Zack called and took three. Schwartz changed two and both players repeated their turns after the action went check-check. Zack check-called a bet on the second draw and discarded one. Schwartz stood pat and Zack let him fire one more bet, which he called.

"Seven," said Schwartz, showing       for the winner.

Jake Schwartz880,00091,000
Dan Zack150,000-58,000
Monday, June 3, 2019 11:57 AM Local Time
Welcome to Day 3 of Event #6: $2,500 Limit Mixed Triple Draw

Mike Gorodinsky

Thirteen are left and at the end of Day 3, one will remain, raising up the first mixed-game bracelet of the 2019 World Series of Poker. It's time for someone to take down Event #6: $2,500 Limit Mixed Triple Draw for $160,447.

Jake Schwartz leads the pack, bringing 789,000 into the final day, but while he has a fairly sizable lead over second-place Sumir Mathur, there's plenty of other strong competition left. He'll have to contend with the likes of former PPC champ Mike Gorodinsky, Mark Gregorich, Jon Turner and Dan Zack. among others.

The action kicks off at 2 p.m. local time here at the Rio, taking place on the secondary feature tables in Amazon Room. Limits will open at 10,000/20,000 and go up from there, with a winner likely to emerge sometime in the evening after roughly eight levels of play.

As this event is unstreamed, PokerNews will serve as your exclusive source of live updates for Event #6. Stay tuned to see who can lowball their way to a gold bracelet and $160,447.

RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip Count
Amazon11Jake SchwartzUnited States789,000
Amazon14Andrew YehUnited States282,000
Amazon15Andrew BrownUnited States92,000
Amazon16Daniel ZackUnited States208,000
Amazon21Jon TurnerUnited States228,000
Amazon23David GeeUnited States441,000
Amazon24Mike GorodinskyUnited States493,000
Amazon25Bryce YockeyUnited States99,000
Amazon26Sumir MathurUnited States574,000
Amazon31Mark GregorichUnited States280,000
Amazon33Brayden GazlayUnited States490,000
Amazon34Jesse HamptonUnited States305,000
Amazon36Kristijonas AndrulisLithuania159,000