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2022 53rd Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Tuesday, June 14, 2022 to Thursday, June 16, 2022

Event #31: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $1,100,350
  • Entries: 118
  • Remaining: 0


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Thursday, June 16, 2022 11:26 PM Local Time
Hastings Crushing Since Dinner

Brian Hastings

It's been all Brian Hastings since dinner and he has chipped up over five million chips. Remember, there's only seven million chips in play!

The latest addition to his stack came after the second draw when Dan Zack bet and Hastings raised. Zack called and both players stood pat.

Zack check-called a bet, but mucked when Hastings showed       for the winner.

Brian Hastings5,100,0001,500,000
Eric Wasserson820,00050,000
Daniel Zack740,000-590,000
Shaun Deeb425,000-1,200,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 11:18 PM Local Time
Level 23 started
Level: 23
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 0
Thursday, June 16, 2022 11:18 PM Local Time
Zack Makes Some Back

Action folded to Daniel Zack in the small blind who limped. Brian Hastings raised out of the big blind and Zack called.

Zack drew two on the initial flop and then checked to Hastings, who had stood pat. Hastings led out and Zack flatted.

On the second draw, Zack took just one card while Hastings again stood pat. Zack checked for a second time and called when Hastings fired off another bet.

The final draw saw something of a reversal, with Zack standing pat and Hastings drawing one in response. Action checked through and Zack showed down eight-seven for a winner.

Brian Hastings3,600,000-1,000,000
Daniel Zack1,330,0001,030,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 11:04 PM Local Time
More for Deeb

Shaun Deeb

Eric Wasserson and Shaun Deeb both drew one. Wasserson bet and Deeb called.

Both players stood pat and Wasserson check-called a bet. Both players stood pat again and Wasserson checked. Deeb bet and Wasserson pondered his decision.

"Defended with a seven draw," said Wasserson before eventually folding.

Deeb showed    and Wasserson leaned over and picked up    

Shaun Deeb1,625,000565,000
Eric Wasserson770,000-280,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 11:02 PM Local Time
Deeb Trims Hastings' Lead

Shaun Deeb opened and Brian Hastings defended his big blind. Hastings drew three and Deeb drew won.

Hastings check-called a bet and then drew two. Deeb stood pat.

Hastings check-called another bet and drew one with Deeb standing pat again. This time Hastings check-folded and Deeb opened    

Brian Hastings4,600,000-400,000
Shaun Deeb1,060,000290,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Thursday, June 16, 2022 11:01 PM Local Time
Wasserson Bests Zack

Daniel Zack raised and Eric Wasserson called. Wasserson drew two and Zack drew three. Both players checked.

Both players drew two and Wasserson bet. Zack called. Wasserson stood pat and Zack drew one. Both players checked and Wasserson won with      

Eric Wasserson1,050,000150,000
Daniel Zack300,000-320,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 10:58 PM Local Time
Hastings Pulling Away, Deeb Defiant

Shaun Deeb

Action folded to Brian Hastings on the button, who opened. Shaun Deeb defended out of the big blind to send the two players to the initial draw.

On the first draw, Deeb took three cards to Hastings' two. Deeb then check-called the continuation from Hastings.

The second draw saw Deeb take two cards while Hastings opted to draw one. Deeb checked for a second time and Hastings fired off another bet, which Deeb called.

Deeb drew one more card during the final draw and bet out after Hastings stood pat. Hastings made the call and Deeb, seeming to think he had won, tabled      .

Hastings, however, held       to pip Deeb to the pot.

"I still cover you f***ng bitches," Deeb jokingly said to Daniel Zack and Eric Wasserson, the latter of whom remarked, "Do you?" as the rest of the table laughed.

Hastings, meanwhile, has started to run away with the chip lead, moving up over 5,000,000.

Brian Hastings5,000,000600,000
Shaun Deeb770,000-75,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 10:45 PM Local Time
Marco Johnson Eliminated in 5th Place ($70,139)

Marco Johnson

Eric Wasserson raised from under the gun and Brian Hastings called in the small blind. Marco Johnson three-bet and was all in for 130,000. Both opponents called.

Hastings drew two, Johnson drew three and Wasserson drew two.

Into a dry side pot, Hastings bet and Wasserson raised. Hastings made it three bets and Wasserson called.

On the second draw Hastings and Wasserson stood pat, with Johnson drawing three again.

Hastings bet and Wasserson raised. Hastings made it three bets and Wasserson called.

Hastings and Wasserson stood pat again with Johnson drawing two. Hastings bet and action was capped between the two players.

Both Hastings and Wasserson tabled wheels       while Johnson's       was sent to the rail in fifth place.

Brian Hastings4,400,000300,000
Eric Wasserson1,125,00025,000
Shaun Deeb845,000145,000
Daniel Zack620,000-55,000
Marco Johnson0-200,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 10:42 PM Local Time
Hastings Extends Chip Lead

Dan Zack raised and Brian Hastings three-bet. Eric Wasserson cold-called from the small blind and Zack called.

The three players drew one and it checked to Zack who bet. Hastings raised and Wasserson folded. Zack called.

Zack drew one and Hastings stood pat. Zack check-called a bet. The draws repeated and both players checked.

Hastings showed       and won the pot.

Brian Hastings4,100,000530,000
Eric Wasserson1,100,000-350,000
Daniel Zack675,00090,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 10:34 PM Local Time
Johnson Left With Dust

Shaun Deeb opened from the cutoff and action folded to Marco Johnson in the big blind, who opted to three-bet. Deeb made the call to send the two players heads-up to the initial draw.

On the first draw, both players took just one card. Johnson then led into Deeb, who made the call.

The second draw saw each player again take one card before checking the action through to the final draw, where Johnson and Deeb took one card for the third consecutive time. Johnson then checked to Deeb who promptly put out a bet.

Johnson went into the tank, mulling over his decision for quite some time before eventually tossing in calling chips.

"Eight," announced Deeb, which was good enough to scoop the pot and leave Johnson with just 200,000 or two big bets.

"I had the world," muttered a visibly dejected Johnson.

Shaun Deeb700,000-100,000
Marco Johnson200,000-255,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Thursday, June 16, 2022 10:16 PM Local Time
Deeb Can't Pull the Trigger to Potentially Eliminate Zack

Shaun Deeb

Dan Zack raised and Shaun Deeb three-bet from the big blind. Zack called. Deeb drew one and Zack drew two.

Deeb bet and Zack called. Both players drew one. Deeb bet and called a raise from Zack.

Deeb then drew one and Zack stood pat. Deeb checked and Zack was all in for less than a full big bet or 70,000.

Deeb took his time with his decision. "This would be the perfect spot to slowroll you," he said to Zack lightheartedly. Eventually he folded and Zack survived.

"I still expected the slowroll," replied Zack.

Shaun Deeb800,000-185,000
Daniel Zack585,000115,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 10:14 PM Local Time
Johnson Gives Up Against Wasserson

Marco Johnson opened and called a raise from Eric Wasserson. Both players drew two and Johnson check-called a bet.

Both players then drew one and Johnson check-called another bet.

On the third draw Johnson drew one and Wasserson stood pat. Johnson check-folded to another bet from Wasserson.

Eric Wasserson1,450,000150,000
Marco Johnson455,000-300,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 10:10 PM Local Time
Hastings Opens Lead

Brian Hastings

Brian Hastings has begun to pull away from the rest of the field after steadily chipping up. Most recently, he was involved in a hand with Marco Johnson, with his eight-six perfect besting Johnson's holding. He now holds more than half of the chips in play with five players remaining.

Brian Hastings3,570,0001,095,000
Eric Wasserson1,300,000-100,000
Shaun Deeb985,000-115,000
Marco Johnson755,000-475,000
Daniel Zack470,000-180,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 10:00 PM Local Time
Wasserson Breaks Against Hastings

Eric Wasserson

Eric Wasserson opened and Brian Hastings defended his big blind and drew three. Wasserson drew two.

Hastings check-called a bet, and check-called another bet after the second draw where he drew two again and Wasserson stood pat.

On the final draw, Hastings stood pat. Wasserson drew once. Both players checked and Hastings won with      

Brian Hastings2,475,000300,000
Eric Wasserson1,400,000-350,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 9:59 PM Local Time
Zack Almost All In But Survives

Daniel Zack

Dan Zack defended his big blind from a Brian Hastings open. Both players drew two and Zack check-called a bet.

Again, both players drew two and this time Zack bet and Hastings called.

Zack stood pat and Hastings drew one. Zack bet, leaving just 20,000 behind, but Hastings folded and Zack took down an important pot.

Brian Hastings2,175,000-110,000
Daniel Zack650,000280,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Thursday, June 16, 2022 9:57 PM Local Time
Zack Getting Short

Dan Zack raised and called a three-bet from Shaun Deeb in the big blind.

Deeb drew one and Zack drew two. Deeb bet and Zack called. Deeb then stood pat and Zack drew one.

Again, Zack called a bet. The draws repeated on the final draw and both players checked. Deeb's       was enough to win the pot and push Zack down the counts.

Shaun Deeb1,100,000115,000
Daniel Zack370,000-295,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 9:52 PM Local Time
Zack Getting Short

Daniel Zack opened on the button and was called by Marco Johnson in the big blind.

Both players took two cards on the initial draw. Johnson then led into Zack, who responded with a raise. Johnson was not discouraged, however, and re-raised. Zack ended the raising war there by just calling and sending the two players to the second draw.

The second draw saw Johnson stand pat before firing off another bet after Zack drew one. That bet was enough to convince Zack to let go of his holding. After a strong start to the day, Zack has since lost that initial momentum.

Marco Johnson1,230,000200,000
Daniel Zack665,000-355,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 9:40 PM Local Time
Level 22 started
Level: 22
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 0
Thursday, June 16, 2022 8:45 PM Local Time
Chips Counts At the Dinner Break
Brian Hastings2,285,000235,000
Eric Wasserson1,750,00050,000
Marco Johnson1,030,000-220,000
Daniel Zack1,020,000220,000
Shaun Deeb985,0005,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 8:45 PM Local Time
Dinner Break

The remaining five players have agreed to go on a 60-minute dinner break. When they return, blinds will be 25,000/50,000 with limits of 50,000/100,000.

Playtika - Jason Alexander