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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

EVENT UPDATES

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Thursday, June 16, 2022 4:22 PM Local Time
Zack's Ascent Continues

Daniel Zack has enjoyed a red-hot start to the day. The same cannot be said, however, of Yuval Bronshtein. Bronshtein opened from the cutoff and Zack three-bet out of the big blind. Bronshtein called to send the two to the initial draw.

Zack took one card to Bronshtein's two and action then checked through to the second draw, where the same drawing pattern was repeated. This time Zack led out and was called.

Zack took one more card on the final draw and then fired off another bet after Bronshtein stood pat. Bronshtein thought long and hard about his decision but eventually found a fold to keep Zack chipping and send himself slipping down the chip counts.

Daniel Zack1,990,000365,000
Yuval Bronshtein240,000-160,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 4:14 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
Eric Wasserson1,650,000-75,000
Daniel Zack1,625,000155,000
Brian Hastings1,300,000275,000
Marco Johnson1,050,000-15,000
Shaun Deeb975,00070,000
Yuval Bronshtein400,000-35,000
Jordan Siegel270,000-40,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 4:09 PM Local Time
Deeb Makes a Wheel

Shaun Deeb raised and Brian Hastings re-raised. Deeb called.

Hastings drew one and Deeb drew two. Hastings bet and Deeb called.

Both players drew one and Deeb called another bet from his opponent.

Hastings stood pat and Deeb drew one. It checked to Deeb who bet and Hastings called.

Deeb flung       face up on the table for a wheel and took down the pot.

Brian Hastings1,025,000-315,000
Shaun Deeb905,000185,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 4:04 PM Local Time
Final Table Seating Draw
SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Bets
1Jordan SiegelUnited States310,0006
2Yuval BronshteinIsrael435,0009
3Marco JohnsonUnited States1,065,00021
4Eric WassersonUnited States1,725,00035
5Shaun DeebUnited States720,00014
6Daniel ZackUnited States1,470,00029
7Brian HastingsUnited States1,340,00027
Eric Wasserson1,725,000-165,000
Daniel Zack1,470,000420,000
Brian Hastings1,340,00050,000
Marco Johnson1,065,000-40,000
Shaun Deeb720,000-65,000
Yuval Bronshtein435,000110,000
Jordan Siegel310,000-115,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 3:56 PM Local Time
Phil Hellmuth Eliminated in 8th Place ($31,552)

Phil Hellmuth

Dan Zack opened on the button and Phil Hellmuth called out of the big blind.

Both players took two cards on the initial draw after which Hellmuth check-called the continuation from Zack.

Hellmuth took another two on the second draw while Zack stood pat. Hellmuth then checked to Zack, who threw out another bet and was called.

The final draw saw Hellmuth draw one more card and Zack once again stand pat. Hellmuth checked and Zack fired off a bet. This did not seem to please Hellmuth, who said, "Dan fucking Zack, what the fuck. Two fucking days of this". Hellmuth did eventually make the call and was shown      . "This fucking guy", continued Hellmuth as he threw his hand away, leaving himself with just 35,000.

A few hands later Hellmuth was all in from the button and Eric Wasserson responded with a raise from the small blind. Zack re-raised out of the big blind and Wasserson called.

On the first draw Wasserson and Hellmuth both took two cards while Zack drew one. Wasserson then check-called a bet from Zack.

The second draw saw Wasserson and Hellmuth each take another two and Zack stand pat. Wasserson then called a second bet from Zack.

Wasserson and Zack stood pat on the final draw and Hellmuth drew what would be his last two cards of the tournament. Zack led out for a third time, which persuaded Wasserson to release his hand. "Number two" announced Zack as he turned over      . Hellmuth, mustering some grace, wished the table good luck as he tossed his hand away. He will have to wait for another day to extend his bracelet record.

Daniel Zack1,400,000350,000
Phil Hellmuth0-210,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Thursday, June 16, 2022 3:46 PM Local Time
Bronshtein Takes From Hastings with a Pair

Both Brian Hastings and Yuval Bronshtein drew two. Hastings bet and Bronshtein called.

Hastings drew one and Bronshtein drew two. Hastings bet and Bronshtein called.

Both players drew one and checked.

"Pair of fives," announced Hastings.

"Pair of fours," replied Bronshtein with       enough to take down the pot.

Brian Hastings1,290,000-95,000
Yuval Bronshtein325,000100,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 3:41 PM Local Time
Level 19 started
Level: 19
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 0
Thursday, June 16, 2022 3:40 PM Local Time
Chip Counts at the Break

Players are heading on their first break of the day with eight players remaining.

Eric Wasserson1,890,000-10,000
Brian Hastings1,385,000-365,000
Marco Johnson1,105,000-195,000
Daniel Zack1,050,000-150,000
Shaun Deeb785,000235,000
Jordan Siegel425,000115,000
Yuval Bronshtein225,000-125,000
Phil Hellmuth210,00010,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 3:34 PM Local Time
Andrew Kelsall Eliminated in 9th Place ($31,552)

Andrew Kelsall

Andrew Kelsall raised and Daniel Zack called. Kelsall drew one and Zack drew three.

Kelsall bet and Zack called. Kelsall then stood pat and Zack drew one. Kelsall bet and Zack called.

On the end both players stood pat. Kelsall checked to Zack who bet, with Kelsall putting in his last chips.

Zack showed       and that was enough to beat the       of Kelsall, sending him to the rail.

Daniel Zack1,200,000270,000
Andrew Kelsall0-130,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 3:33 PM Local Time
Deeb Gets Some Back

Brian Hastings opened under the gun and action folded around to Shaun Deeb in the small blind who opted to three-bet. Hastings made the call to send the two players to the initial draw.

Deeb took one card on the first draw while Hastings decided to draw two. Deeb followed up his initial aggression with a bet, which Hastings called.

The second draw saw Deeb stand pat and then fire off another bet after Hastings took two. Hastings was not yet prepared to let go of his holding and flatted.

Deeb again stood pat and put out another bet following the final drawl. Hastings, who had taken just one card, reluctantly threw his hand away.

Brian Hastings1,750,000115,000
Shaun Deeb550,000225,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Thursday, June 16, 2022 3:31 PM Local Time
Wasserson Extends Chip Lead

Daniel Zack raised and called a re-raise from Eric Wasserson. Wasserson drew two and Zack one.

Wasserson bet and Zack called. The draws repeated and Wasserson bet again. Zack called.

On the last draw, both players drew one and Wasserson bet. Zack appeared to open-muck   .

"Hard to call with a straight, said Wasserson showing      

Eric Wasserson1,900,00050,000
Daniel Zack930,000200,000
Phil Hellmuth200,000-250,000
Andrew Kelsall130,000-120,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 3:21 PM Local Time
Kelsall Doubles Through Wasserson

Eric Wasserson opened from the button and Andrew Kelsall three-bet all in from the small blind. Wasserson made the call to put Kelsall at risk.

Kelsall took two cards on the initial draw and Wasserson took one. The same pattern was repeated on the second draw but Keslall stood pat on the final draw. Wasserson drew one and turned over       which could not beat Kelsall's eight perfect.

Eric Wasserson1,850,00050,000
Andrew Kelsall250,00050,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 3:20 PM Local Time
Deeb Trending Down

Shaun Deeb raised and Brian Hastings re-raised from the blinds. Deeb called. Hastings stood pat and Deeb drew one.

Hastings bet and Deeb called. The draws repeated and this time Deeb folded to a bet from Hastings.

Brian Hastings1,635,000255,000
Marco Johnson1,300,000150,000
Yuval Bronshtein350,000-75,000
Shaun Deeb325,000-250,000
Jordan Siegel310,000-100,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 3:10 PM Local Time
Johnson Raises River

Action was after the third draw in yet another heads-up pot between Shaun Deeb and Marco Johnson who have battled in several hands so far on the final day.

Johnson had bet, Deeb had raised and Johnson had then made it three bets with Deeb facing a decision. He had counted out the chips to call and appeared frustrated at the decision at hand.

He fanned his cards and looked at them intently before flinging them into the muck.

Marco Johnson1,150,000150,000
Shaun Deeb575,000-145,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 3:03 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
Eric Wasserson1,800,000-150,000
Daniel Zack730,00090,000
Phil Hellmuth450,00050,000
Andrew Kelsall200,000-75,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Thursday, June 16, 2022 2:58 PM Local Time
Bronshtein Chipping Up

Shaun Deeb and Yuval Bronshtein both drew two. Deeb bet and Bronshtein called.

Deeb drew one and Bronshtein drew two. Again Deeb bet and Bronshtein called.

Both players drew one and checked.

"King," announced Deeb and Bronshtein tabled       and won the pot.

Brian Hastings1,380,00030,000
Marco Johnson1,000,00020,000
Shaun Deeb720,000-55,000
Yuval Bronshtein425,00095,000
Jordan Siegel410,000-60,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 2:57 PM Local Time
Zack Gets a Fold

Eric Wasserson opened from the button and Daniel Zack defended out of the big blind.

Zack took three cards on the initial draw while Wasserson drew one. Zack then check-raised the continuation from Wasserson, who flatted.

On the next draw both players stood pat after which Zack check-raised for a second time and once again Wasserson made the call.

Zack stood pat during the final draw but Wasserson discarded one. Zack then led out and Wasserson wasted little time before releasing his hand.

"Show the snow", joked Kelsall as Zack tossed his winning hand face down into the muck.

Eric Wasserson1,950,000-25,000
Daniel Zack640,000215,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 2:50 PM Local Time
Steaming Hellmuth Wins Two in a Row

Phil Hellmuth

Phil Hellmuth and Eric Wasserson both drew two.

"This is where I make a wheel and he calls with a nine," said Hellmuth, both players checked.

Hellmuth drew one and Wasserson two. Hellmuth bet and Wasserson called. On the end, Hellmuth stood pat and Wasserson drew one.

"Let's hope this isn't a nine," said Wasserson, and he folded when the Poker Brat put out a bet.

On the next hand Andrew Kelsall raised from the button and Daniel Zack reraised from the small blind. Hellmuth cold-called from the big blind and Kelsall also called.

The three players checked and Zack and Hellmuth drew two, while Kelsall drew one. Zack checked to Hellmuth who bet, and forced both opponents to fold.

Eric Wasserson1,975,000-125,000
Daniel Zack425,000-40,000
Phil Hellmuth400,000185,000
Andrew Kelsall275,000-265,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 2:44 PM Local Time
Wasserson Leaves Raging Hellmuth Short

Phil Hellmuth opened under the gun and was called by Eric Wasserson on the button. The blinds got out of the way to send the two players heads up to the initial draw.

On the first draw Hellmuth took one card while Wasserson drew two. Hellmuth then led into Wasserson, who made the call.

The second draw saw both players stand pat after which Hellmuth check-called a bet from Wasserson.

Hellmuth discarded the   face up during the final draw and Wasserson again stood pat. Hellmuth checked and then instantly folded to a bet from Wasserson, who showed the table he held      , prompting Hellmuth to exclaim, "The one guy who overplays his fucking hands against me makes the fucking wheel!"

Eric Wasserson2,100,000750,000
Phil Hellmuth215,000-165,000
Thursday, June 16, 2022 2:40 PM Local Time
Hastings Folds to Deeb

Brian Hastings

Shaun Deeb raised on the button and Brian Hastings defended his big blind.

Hastings drew three and Deeb drew two. Hastings check-called a bet.

The draws decreased by one apiece, with Hastings drawing two and Deeb one. Again, Hastings check-called a bet.

On the end Hastings drew one and Deeb stood pat. This time Hastings check-folded and Deeb took down the pot.

Brian Hastings1,350,000-125,000
Marco Johnson980,000140,000
Shaun Deeb775,00060,000
Jordan Siegel470,000-80,000
Yuval Bronshtein330,000-70,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander