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2010 WSOP - 2-7 Draw Lowball: 21 players left

Tags: 2-7 Draw Lowball, 2010 wsop, barry greenstein, daniel negreanu, event 19.
Posted on 11 June 2010 by "T".

Even though 2-7 Draw Lowball might not be the most common and popular poker game today, it still attracted 101 players who were willing to pay $10,000 and enter Event 19 at 2010 WSOP. Among these 101 players were lots to notables - John Juanda, Erik Sagström, Christer Björin, Erik Seidel, Daniel Negreanu etc.

Anyhow, 101 players became 72 players after the first day, and 72 players became 21 players after the second day. Among the remaining players we find huge names such as Daniel Negreanu (picture), Barry Greenstein, Erik Seidel, John Juanda etc. It will be a very interesting closure of the tournament with so many notables involved.

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7 comments on "2010 WSOP - 2-7 Draw Lowball: 21 players left"

 mazas11/06/2010 08:24:13 GMT
i dislike this game but someone like it and also can use this game to quality for wcop good news Smile

good luck all
 Pitiless11/06/2010 10:49:51 GMT
for real, I dont even know how to play that game 8D
 SuperNoob11/06/2010 13:27:44 GMT
2-7 draw is a difficult game to play and with nlhe being the most popular game, most of the people dnt play other games a lot. lots of pros in this game as expected cos of high buyin,
 DAGOR11/06/2010 16:08:37 GMT
Hello everybody!
It really games still reserved for the elite of poker. I think the secret of this game are still metrizable for the pros.
See you soon for new posts lol!
 Kristan11/06/2010 18:20:49 GMT
10 left now day 2 compleated. I really hope Negreanu will win thisone Thumbs Up, as hes been off the frame for too long time now.
 ZmxPowah12/06/2010 13:04:43 GMT
Kinda easy WSOP bracelet u can say... 100 players only.
That game is quite nice i played some freeroll with it for fun while reading how to play it Tongue.
It's good to play others games too or u can be bored ot NLH after while.
 D9e7J0aV8u26/06/2010 23:23:56 GMT

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