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2021 52nd Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Sunday, October 17, 2021 to Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Event #34: Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $380,475
  • Entries: 285
  • Remaining: 0

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Monday, October 18, 2021 2:50 AM Local Time
Owen Bags Day 1 Chip Lead in Event #34: $1,500 2-7 Triple Draw

Adam Owen

After a slow start to the day, Adam Owen blazed through the field of 285 entries to take home the Day 1 chip lead in Event #34: $1,500 2-7 Triple Draw.

The British mixed-game pro will lead the remaining field of 76 players into Monday's Day 2 with 43 of those returning players reaching the money and earning a $2,434 guaranteed payday. They'll all be aiming much higher though, of course, with $87,837 going to the winner, along with the WSOP gold bracelet.

Owen's day started on the wrong foot as he dropped below 20,000 chips within the first two levels, but with plenty of time still to go, Owen steadily chipped up, then won a huge multiway pot midway through the day with number one against numbers two and three that vaulted him into the chip lead for the first time.

Owen would be challenged for the top spot by several players, including Ian Johns, who peaked at over 200,000, but fell to 140,500 by night's end.

A few players made a late charge in the day's final levels to also put themselves in contention entering Day 2, including Amin Ahmed (229,500), Brian Yoon (226,500), Matt Grapenthien (210,000), Daniel Anton (207,500), David Funkhouser (204,500), and Cory Zeidman (198,000).

Jon Turner and Vladimir Peck were among the chip leaders for a good part of the early stages, but by night's end both had fallen, along with several other notables, including Barry Greenstein, Vanessa Kade, Shaun Deeb, and Chino Rheem.

The players will return to the Amazon room at 2:00 pm local time Monday and play ten one-hour levels.

Stay tuned to PokerNews for all the action from this and every World Series of Poker event from the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino.

Monday, October 18, 2021 2:45 AM Local Time
Day 2 Seat Draw
RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChips
Amazon5121John CernutoUnited States77,000
Amazon5122Ramachandra NagarajaUnited States105,500
Amazon5123Vincent GriboskiUnited States37,000
Amazon5124David "Bakes" BakerUnited States79,500
Amazon5125Roland IsraelashviliUnited States89,000
Amazon5126Andre AkkariBrazil71,000
      
Amazon5131Andreas HoleNorway135,000
Amazon5132Nicholas SalimbeneUnited States46,500
Amazon5133Brian YoonUnited States226,500
Amazon5134Adithya SundarUnited States107,500
Amazon5135Christian CalcanoUnited States55,000
Amazon5136Thomas EychenneFrance51,500
      
Amazon5141Mark FraserUnited States79,000
Amazon5142Jesse HamptonUnited States118,500
Amazon5143Daniel AntonUnited States207,500
Amazon5144Ziyuan WangCanada50,500
Amazon5145Daniel KimUnited States38,000
Amazon5146Joe McKeehenUnited States41,000
      
Amazon5151Dan ShakUnited States122,000
Amazon5153Matthew SmithUnited States108,500
Amazon5154Ari EngelUnited States39,000
Amazon5155Shirley RosarioUnited States26,500
Amazon5156Brent MutterUnited States120,500
      
Amazon5162Chip JettUnited States62,000
Amazon5163Adam OwenUnited Kingdom246,000
Amazon5164Steven Gurney-GoldmanUnited States107,000
Amazon5165Matthew SchwaglerUnited States104,500
Amazon5166Jason PapastavrouUnited States25,000
      
Amazon5171Peter LynnUnited States144,500
Amazon5172Anthony RibeiroCanada68,500
Amazon5173Casey RobbinsUnited States63,000
Amazon5174Onur UnsalCyprus59,500
Amazon5175Andrew BarberUnited States35,000
Amazon5176Matthew SchultzUnited States92,000
      
Amazon5181Ahmed AminUnited States229,500
Amazon5182Oscar JohanssonSweden51,000
Amazon5183Justin LibertoUnited States56,000
Amazon5184Donny RubinsteinUnited States86,000
Amazon5185Drew ScottCanada68,500
Amazon5186Michael WagnerUnited States106,000
      
Amazon5191Ryan HimesUnited States110,000
Amazon5192Josh DammUnited States85,500
Amazon5193Stephen DeutschUnited States40,000
Amazon5194Aaron SinukoffCanada54,000
Amazon5195Andrew YehUnited States138,500
Amazon5196Marc BoothUnited States182,000
      
Amazon5201Frankie O'DellUnited States103,000
Amazon5202Kurt MaierUnited States55,000
Amazon5203Kendall FukumotoUnited States39,500
Amazon5204Gregory JamisonUnited States41,000
Amazon5205Chad EveslageUnited States58,000
Amazon5206David FunkhouserUnited States204,500
      
Amazon5211Ayman QutamiUnited States60,500
Amazon5212Christopher HeafnerUnited States16,000
Amazon5213Tobias SchwechtAustria97,500
Amazon5214Colin WickersheimUnited States215,500
Amazon5215Conrad SimpsonUnited States157,000
Amazon5216Ian JohnsUnited States140,500
      
Amazon5221Matt GrapenthienUnited States210,000
Amazon5222Katherine FleckUnited States75,500
Amazon5223Ziya RahimUnited States140,000
Amazon5224Ian FellerUnited States159,000
Amazon5225Cory ZeidmanUnited States198,000
Amazon5226John EspositoUnited States73,000
      
Amazon5231Hal RotholzUnited States37,000
Amazon5232Phuong TranUnited States19,000
Amazon5233Aditya PrasetyoUnited States29,500
Amazon5234Jennifer KellarUnited States52,500
Amazon5235Andrew PokrivnakUnited States81,500
Amazon5236Craig LoveUnited States92,000
      
Amazon5241Paul ClotarUnited States122,500
Amazon5242Tom McCormickUnited States76,500
Amazon5243Joseph RanciatoUnited States38,000
Amazon5244Julien MartiniFrance103,000
Amazon5245Kristijonas AndrulisLithuania128,500
Amazon5246Corey EmeryUnited States63,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 2:16 AM Local Time
Official End Of Day Chip Counts
Adam Owen246,00026,000
Ahmed Amin229,500229,500
Brian Yoon226,500111,500
Colin Wickersheim215,500149,500
Matt Grapenthien210,00075,000
Daniel Anton207,50062,500
David Funkhouser204,500204,500
Cory Zeidman198,000198,000
Marc Booth182,000
Ian Feller159,000159,000
Conrad Simpson157,000
Peter Lynn144,500
Ian Johns140,500-64,500
Ziya Rahim140,000
Andrew Yeh138,50038,500
Andreas Hole135,000
Kristijonas Andrulis128,500
Paul Clotar122,500
Dan Shak122,00022,000
Brent Mutter120,500
Jesse Hampton118,5003,500
Ryan Himes110,000
Matthew Smith108,500
Adithya Sundar107,500
Steven Gurney-Goldman107,000
Michael Wagner106,000
Ramachandra Nagaraja105,500
Matthew Schwagler104,500
Frankie O'Dell103,00078,000
Julien Martini103,000
Tobias Schwecht97,500
Matthew Schultz92,000
Craig Love92,000-19,500
Roland Israelashvili89,00044,000
Donny Rubinstein86,000
Josh Damm85,500
Andrew Pokrivnak81,500
David "Bakes" Baker79,50079,500
Mark Fraser79,000
John Cernuto77,00020,000
Tom McCormick76,500
Katherine Fleck75,500
John Esposito73,00073,000
Andre Akkari71,000-30,000
Drew Scott68,500
Anthony Ribeiro68,500
Corey Emery63,000
Casey Robbins63,00031,500
Chip Jett62,00019,500
Ayman Qutami60,500
Onur Unsal59,500
Chad Eveslage58,000-3,000
Justin Liberto56,000
Christian Calcano55,00013,000
Kurt Maier55,000
Aaron Sinukoff54,000
Jennifer Kellar52,500-500
Thomas Eychenne51,500-23,500
Oscar Johansson51,000
Ziyuan Wang50,500
Nicholas Salimbene46,500
Joe McKeehen41,00027,000
Gregory Jamison41,000
Stephen Deutsch40,000
Kendall Fukumoto39,500
Ari Engel39,000-81,000
Joseph Ranciato38,000
Daniel Kim38,000
Hal Rotholz37,000
Vincent Griboski37,000-106,000
Andrew Barber35,00010,000
Aditya Prasetyo29,500
Shirley Rosario26,500-6,500
Jason Papastavrou25,000
Phuong Tran19,000
Christopher Heafner16,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 1:57 AM Local Time
Final Four Hands

Tournament officials have announced that four more hands will be played to end the night.

Vanessa Kade and Barry Greenstein will unfortunately not be around for those hands, as they were both recently eliminated.

Vanessa Kade0-110,000
Barry Greenstein0-15,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 1:43 AM Local Time
Greenstein Hanging By a Thread

Barry Greenstein is trying to survive to Day 2 but was all-in with a very short stack in a recent three-way pot with Brian Hastings and Dan Shak.

On the final draw, both Shak and Greenstein were pat with Hastings still drawing one. Shak bet the end and Hastings folded.

Both Greenstein and Shak showed       to split the pot and chop up Hastings' chips in the pot.

Dan Shak100,000-35,000
Brian Hastings36,00024,000
Barry Greenstein15,000-15,000
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Monday, October 18, 2021 1:26 AM Local Time
Level 15 started
Level: 15
Blinds: 3,000/6,000
Ante: 0
Monday, October 18, 2021 1:24 AM Local Time
The 200 Club

Adam Owen

There are just two elite members of this club with over 200,000 chips as the players enter the final level of the night.

Adam Owen and Ian Johns will battle for the right to call themselves the top stack in the room entering day two, with several others giving chase.

Adam Owen220,00078,000
Ian Johns205,000205,000
Daniel Anton145,00035,000
Vincent Griboski143,000-2,000
Dan Shak135,0000
Matt Grapenthien135,0000
Ari Engel120,00095,000
Vanessa Kade110,00085,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 1:13 AM Local Time
Greenstein Survives All-In

Barry Greenstein

Most of Barry Greenstein's stack was already in the middle before the final draw, which he patted against Dan Shak.

Greenstein bet his last 2,500 chips and got a call from Shak.

Barry Greenstein:      
Dan Shak:      

Shak separated the nine away from his other cards, saying he was drawing to the wheel since the second draw, but couldn't get there to pip Greenstein's number two.

Dan Shak135,000-5,000
Barry Greenstein30,000-41,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 12:56 AM Local Time
Owen Surging Again

Adam Owen

Pre-draw, the player in the cutoff raised and Adam Owen three-bet on the button. His opponent called.

Owen stood pat after his opponent drew two. Owen's opponent check-called a bet, then patted his own hand. Owen broke his hand, drawing one.

Owen then called a bet from his opponent and drew one once again versus the pat hand.

Owen's opponent checked after that final draw, Owen bet, and he received a call.

Owen showed down       for the winner, then won another pot off the same opponent shortly after to finish him off.

Owen's stack is back as a challenger for end-of-night chip lead at 142,000.

Adam Owen142,00037,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 12:41 AM Local Time
Level 14 started
Level: 14
Blinds: 2,500/5,000
Ante: 0
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Monday, October 18, 2021 12:22 AM Local Time
Several Big Names Now Among Chip Leaders
Vincent Griboski145,000145,000
Dan Shak140,00038,000
Matt Grapenthien135,000108,000
Matt Schultz130,00023,000
Brian Yoon115,00049,000
Jesse Hampton115,00035,000
Adam Owen105,000-17,000
Andre Akkari101,00046,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 12:01 AM Local Time
Back From Break

The final 144 players have returned from break to play the final three 40-minute levels of the day.

Monday, October 18, 2021 12:00 AM Local Time
Level 13 started
Level: 13
Blinds: 2,000/4,000
Ante: 0
Sunday, October 17, 2021 11:48 PM Local Time
Recent Eliminations
Christopher Vitch0-33,000
Kyriakos Papadopoulos0-22,700
Ben Ludlow0-24,000
Vladimir Peck00
David Pham0-15,000
Sunday, October 17, 2021 11:40 PM Local Time
100K Club Growing as Last Break of Day Approaches

Adam Owen

Adam Owen has regained his chip lead as players head to break before playing the final three levels of the day.

Adam Owen122,00039,000
Daniel Anton110,00030,000
Matt Schultz107,0004,000
Dan Shak102,00065,000
Andrew Yeh100,000100,000
Yuri Dzivielevski80,00028,000
Lynda Tran76,00058,000
Jon Turner70,00018,000
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Sunday, October 17, 2021 11:19 PM Local Time
Deeb Saves 600; Loses It Shortly After

Shaun Deeb

With several bets in the middle and facing a bet and a raise in front of him with just 600 chips left, Shaun Deeb opted to fold and save those chips for his big blind in the next hand.

Deeb would win that pot, boosting his stack slightly, but in the next hand after that, from the small blind, he put the last of his chips in drawing two against Matthieu Rodriguez in the big blind, and another opponent in early position.

Deeb's opponents checked down the drawing rounds, and by the final draw, Deeb patted with both his opponents drawing one.

Deeb announced he had a queen low, but Rodriguez made a       on the end to take the pot and eliminate Deeb.

Matthieu Rodriguez55,00055,000
Shaun Deeb0-25,000
Sunday, October 17, 2021 11:19 PM Local Time
Level 12 started
Level: 12
Blinds: 1,500/3,000
Ante: 0
Sunday, October 17, 2021 11:00 PM Local Time
Schultz First Over 100,000 In Latest Chip Counts
Matt Schultz103,000103,000
Adam Owen83,000-13,000
Jesse Hampton80,00080,000
Daniel Anton80,00046,000
Thomas Eychenne75,00038,500
Barry Greenstein71,00046,000
Mike Cardell69,00017,000
Brian Yoon66,000-1,000
John Cernuto57,0007,000
Andre Akkari55,00031,000
Yuri Dzivielevski52,00052,000
Shirley Rosario44,000-4,000
Bertrand Grospellier00
Dan Zack00
Sunday, October 17, 2021 10:42 PM Local Time
Level 11 started
Level: 11
Blinds: 1,200/2,400
Ante: 0
Sunday, October 17, 2021 10:36 PM Local Time
Prize Pool and Payouts Announced

Tournament officials have just announced a final total of 285 entries that generated a prize pool of $380,475.

First place will receive $87,837 and the WSOP gold bracelet.

43 players will make the money with a minimum cash receiving $2,434.

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