Event #29: $1,500 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw
Dia 3 Iniciado
Event #29: $1,500 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw
Dia 3 Iniciado
|Bally's||646||1||Michael McKenna||United States||295,000|
|Bally's||646||4||Kyle Miholich||United States||285,000|
|Bally's||646||7||Roland Israelashvili||United States||1,105,000|
|Bally's||654||1||Eric Tipsword||United States||180,000|
|Bally's||654||2||Jonathan McGowan||United States||1,110,000|
|Bally's||654||3||Gabe Paul||United States||545,000|
|Bally's||654||4||Kenneth Po||United States||485,000|
|Bally's||654||5||Kyle Montgomery||United States||235,000|
|Bally's||654||6||Thomas Newton||United States||415,000|
|Bally's||654||7||Kane Kalas||United States||540,000|
|Bally's||662||1||Landen Lucas||United States||365,000|
|Bally's||662||5||Matthew Rosen||United States||295,000|
|Bally's||662||6||Maxx Coleman||United States||970,000|
|Bally's||662||7||Yosif Nawabi||United States||960,000|
Welcome to Day 3 of Event #29: $1,500 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw at the 2022 World Series of Poker in its new home at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas. Cards go in the air at 1 p.m. Vegas time for the finale of the popular no-limit mixed game.
The field of 437 runners shattered the record in this event, and 19 will return today to battle it out for their share of the $583,395 prize pool and a shot at the gold bracelet.
Brazil’s Yuri Dzivielevski joins San Diego’s Jonathan McGowan in a shared spot at the top of the leaderboard after both players bagged 1,110,000 chips at the end of Day 2. Dzivielevski is a two-time winner at the WSOP, while McGowan has the opportunity to win his first title here today.
|T-1||Jonathan McGowan||United States||1,110,000|
|3||Roland Israelashvili||United States||1,105,000|
|4||Maxx Coleman||United States||970,000|
|5||Yosif Nawabi||United States||960,000|
|6||Drew Scott||United States||785,000|
|8||Gabe Paul||United States||545,000|
|9||Kane Kalas||United States||540,000|
|10||Kenneth Po||United States||485,000|
Roland Israelashvili is only one T-5,000 chip behind with 1,105,000, and he will return for the finale with the opportunity to break through for his first WSOP title after 145 cashes in Vegas-based events. Israelashvili’s best WSOP score was in 2012, when he finished fifth in the Poker Player’s Championship for $317,882.
Rounding out the top five after two days of play are Maxx Coleman and Yosif Nawabi. Other top ten chip stacks include Kane Kalas and Kenneth Po, an accomplished mixed games player that is also looking for his first bracelet.
Play will continue in Level 21 with blinds at 10,000/20,000/30,000. The event will recommence in the Bally’s Event Center with 60-minute levels and a dinner break at a time that will be determined later.
Be sure to keep it with the PokerNews team all day long for live reports from the Day 3 finale of Event #29: $1,500 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw at the 2022 World Series of Poker.
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The remaining 19 players have unbagged their chips and the race to the bracelet on Day 3 is now underway.
Kyle Miholich open-shoved from the cutoff for his last 285,000 and Shawn Buchanan called for the exact same amount from the button. The blinds got out of the way and action was heads up with Miholich at risk.
Miholich drew one and Buchanan stood pat.
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Miholich took out his camera to record the slow peel and Buchanan leaned over to watch through the camera. It was and Buchanan's ten-nine held up to eliminate Miholich from the tournament in 19th place for $5,114.
Jonathan McGowan three-bet to 220,000 from the big blind and Kane Kalas called on the button. Both players took one.
McGowan then went into the tank for about two minutes before sliding forward a stack of chips, putting Kalas all in for his last 350,000.
Now it was Kalas' turn to tank for several minutes before he decided to save his chips for another hand.
A few hands later, Kalas moved all in from early position, Kenneth Po re-shoved from the small blind, and the rest of the table got out of the way.
"I hate to say you're drawing to a chop," Po said as he turned over .
"Oh, wow," Kalas said as he was left with a ten to hit the rail in 18th place.
Max Kruse raised to 110,000 from the cutoff and Roland Israelashvili called from the big blind. Kruse stood pat and Israelashvili took one.
Kruse jammed his last 225,000 after the draw, but it was too much for Israelashvili and he tossed his hand in the muck.
Moments later, Shawn Buchanan raised to 45,000 from the cutoff and Yuri Dzivielevski three-bet to 140,000 from the button. The blinds got out of the way and Buchanan followed them into the muck to give up the pot. Dzivielevski is moving in the right direction in the opening stages of Day 3.
Maxx Coleman raised to 50,000 from the button before Yosif Nawabi moved all in for 480,000 from the small blind. Coleman thought about the decision for a moment before sticking in the chips.
Nawabi stood pat with nine-eight, but Coleman turned over to win the pot and eliminate Nawabi in 17th place.