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2013 44th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 to Thursday, June 20, 2013

Event #33: $2,500 Razz

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  • Buy-in: $2,500
  • Prizepool: $684,775
  • Entries: 301
  • Remaining: 0

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Thursday, June 20, 2013 2:30 PM Local Time
Bryan Campanello Scoops Early Three-Way Pot

Ohel:    /    
Alpert:    /    
Campanello:    /    

After a bring in, Bryan Campanello completed showing his  . Randy Ohel called with his  , before Joel Alpert raised with his  . Both Ohel and Campanello called.

Alpert bet again on fourth street and was called by both players, this action continued of fifth, and sixth street. On seventh street, Alpert bet, Campanello raised, and Ohel folded. With action back on Alpert he made the call. Campanello showed with     for a straight six-five low, and it was good to take down the pot.

Bryan Campanello280,000142,500
Randy Ohel150,000-25,000
Joel Alpert50,000-147,500
Thursday, June 20, 2013 2:22 PM Local Time
Pauli Doubles

Sebastian Pauli bet on fifth street in a heads-up pot against Rick Fuller despite showing a ten-eight high board against a ten-six. Fuller called, then called sixth as well.

Pauli:     
Fuller:     

Pauli put in his last few thousand on seventh, and Fuller called. Pauli showed     for an eight-six, and Fuller couldn't beat it.

Rick Fuller150,000-50,000
Sebastian Pauli102,00052,000
Thursday, June 20, 2013 2:18 PM Local Time
Brent Keller Strikes First Blood

Brent Keller:    /    
Adam Szalay:    /     

After Tommy Chen brought in with a   up, Adam Szalay completed showing a  . Action folded to Brent Keller who made it two bets. Only Szalay called.

On third street Keller bet and Szalay called. This action continued all the way down to seventh street where both players checked. Keller showed his     under for a seven-six low and it was good enough to make Szalay muck.

Brent Keller240,00051,500
Adam Szalay90,000-46,000
Thursday, June 20, 2013 2:07 PM Local Time
Cards in the Air

The shuffle up and deal has been announced and cards are now in the air.

Thursday, June 20, 2013 2:06 PM Local Time
Seat Draw for the Final Two Tables
SeatPlayerCounts
1Brent Keller188,500
2Tommy Chen61,000
3--empty-- 
4Adam Szalay136,000
5Jim Wheatley120,000
6Ivan Schertzer262,000
7Ismael Bojang142,000
8Sergey Altbregin99,000
   
1Frankie O'Dell155,000
2Randy Ohel175,000
3Joel Alpert197,500
4Sebastian Pauli50,000
5Rick Fuller205,000
6Bryan Campanello137,500
7David Bach303,000
8--empty-- 
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Thursday, June 20, 2013 1:05 PM Local Time
Bach Looking to Go Wire to Wire

David Bach has been chipleader after each of the first two days.

Welcome to Day 3 of Event #33: $2,500 Seven-Card Razz. Fourteen players remain out of a starting field of 301, and the biggest name by far left among them also has the most chips: David "Gunslinger" Bach bagged up just north of 300,000, putting him 41,000 clear of his nearest competitor, Ivan Schertzer. Bach, a native of Athens, Ga., is attempting to pull off the rarely seen feat of leading a tournament at every major checkpoint; he closed each of the first two days as the chip leader.

Bach appears well-positioned to add a second bracelet to his collection. His first came in the prestigious $50,000 World Championship H.O.R.S.E. event in 2009, at which he collected over $1.2 million.

First prize in this tournament isn't quite that big, checking in at $178,052, but all the players will surely be hungry to get their hands on it, as well as the World Series of Poker gold bracelet. Fellow top-five stacks Schertzer (262,000 chips), Rick Fuller (205,000), Joel Alpert (197,500) and Brent Keller (188,500) won't be letting Bach simply waltz away with the prizes and glory. Bracelet winners Randy Ohel (175,000) Frankie O'Dell (155,000) also loom as threats.

We'll be bringing you all the relevant updates right here at PokerNews, so be sure to tune in for exciting conclusion to this event and the crowning of a champion. Play begins at 2 p.m.