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2018 WSOP: Event #29: $1,500 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw won by Hanh Tran for $117,282

Tags: 2018 WSOP, Hanh Tran, Oscar Johannson.
Posted on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 by "T".

Hanh Tran bags his very first WSOP bracelet in this year's Event #29 $1,500 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw after being able to outlast a field of 356 players. Along with the title and bracelet, he's also won the first prize cash money worth $117,282.

The prize money is by far the 35-year-old Austrian's biggest score in his poker career, though he mainly plays cash games. He was able to make an impressive comeback from a 16-to-1 chip disadvantage during the heads-up play with Oscar Johannson from Sweden.


Tran said after his win, "I love deuce-to-seven. It's one of my favorite games. I took my time and waited for my spots."

This event is Tran's second final table finish for the year 2018.

Tran went into the final day of the event as the chip leader with 7 players left. Johannson made the first knockout of the day when he defeated Jared Bleznick to set the official final table. It was Yong Wang up next on the chopping block when his 8-7-6-5-2 got burned down by bracelet winner David Prociak's 7-6-4-3-2, putting him in 6th place.

Brian Hastings, a three-time WSOP bracelet winner and by far the most-accomplished player at the final table, who came into the final day at 3rd in chips, settled at 5th place after getting shot down by Prociak's 7-6-5-4-2.

Next, Prociak's 7-6-5-3-2 defeated Cody Wagner's 8-5-4-3-2, sending him to 4th place.

It was Oscar Johannson who dominated during the three-handed play. He extended his lead even more by making a nice eight against Prociak's 9-8-5-4-3, sending Prociak to settle at 3rd place. With that, Johansson got more than a 7-to-1 lead into the heads-up showdown against Tran. He furthered that advantage to 16-to-1 right before Tran started to come alive and gain momentum. Tran got all-in for about 3 huge bets and made a wheel to double up, and from then on he was on a roll.

The final hand showed Johansson 9-8-5-4-3 versus Tran 9-6-5-3-2, which makes Tran the winner in this event.

Event #29: $1,500 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Final Table Results

Place

Player

Country

Prize

1

Hanh Tran

Austria

$117,282

2

Oscar Johansson

Sweden

$72,471

3

David Prociak

United States

$46,729

4

Cody Wagner

United Kingdom

$30,926

5

Brian Hastings

United States

$21,021

6

Yong Wang

China

$14,687

7

Jared Bleznick

United States

$10,555

8

Jeremy Heartberg

United States

$10,555

9

Christopher Vitch

United States

$7,809

10

Frank Kassela

United States

$7,809

Source:
https://www.pokernews.com/news/2018/06/hanh-tran-wins-first-wsop-bracelet-in-1500-2-7-triple-draw-31152.htm

 


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6 comments for "2018 WSOP: Event #29: $1,500 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw won by Hanh Tran for $117,282"

 pochui6/19/2018 8:04:39 PM GMT
hey another great game on the list of world series of poker: 2-7 limit lowball triple draw and guess what another first time bracelet winner, boy oh boy are we seeing many of these this year. always great to collect a hundred grand along side with your golden bracelet
 doubletop7776/20/2018 7:32:28 AM GMT
I really do love the names of some of these poker tournaments and, limit 2-7 lowball triple draw has got to be one of the greatest names. Well done to Hanh Tran on winning his first gold bracelet
 pajalnick6/20/2018 11:17:22 AM GMT
again a new name in the world of poker and the biggest win in his poker career ... it's all very interesting and pleases new names in the poker world .... of course this game is completely incomprehensible to me ... I tried to play it but the results were very bad .... but someone is the master of this game
 Gerimantas6/20/2018 1:20:27 PM GMT
Yes i too can say big congratulations to hanh tran for winning 1.500 limit 2-7 lowball triple draw in world series of poker. This is his first bracelet and i think it is best ppace to win tournament. Also 117.000 is not small money Blink
 CALICUL6/20/2018 6:45:10 PM GMT
Few players in this different tournament but i think the players from final table were happy because have recovered their investment and have managed to win something extra money. For a 2-7 lowball triple draw is good and Hanh Tran is satisfied with an bracelet and a sum of money.
 Mober6/20/2018 7:36:30 PM GMT
They got back more that their investment.
Even the one in the last place.
It had quite a few sign ups for a tournament with that buy in.
And im talking about the game being 2.7 triple draw.
If you can spare the money you are playing this one also.
I doubt there were too many players playing this format only Smile

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