2015 WSOP: $1,500 No Limit 2-7 Single Draw Lowball Final Table Resumes At 2 P.M.
2-7 Single Draw Lowball, Christian Pham.
Posted on 11 June 2015 by "T".
Christian Pham (picture) finished as the chip leader after both Day 1 and Day 2's 10, 60 minutes levels of play on Wednesday in the $1,500 No Limit 2-7 Single Draw event.
Pham bagged 696,000 and has a slight lead over Daniel Ospina (680,000 in chips). According to WSOP.com, Pham entered this event by accident after trying to enter the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em event. Now, he's very close to the first-place prize of $81,314 and his first bracelet!
Final table results:
1. Christian Phamm - 695,000
2. Daniel Ospina - 680,000
3. Matthew Smith - 271,000
4. Andrey Zhigalov - $22,634
5. Huck Seed - $15,852
6. Aleksandr Denisov - $11,385
7. Mike Leah - $8,381
4 comments for "2015 WSOP: $1,500 No Limit 2-7 Single Draw Lowball Final Table Resumes At 2 P.M."
| klash23||11/06/2015 14:26:59 GMT|
| No limit 2-7 single draw is not a game I am really familiar with but a bracelet is still on offer for these guys.Congratulations to Huck Seed for another cash at the WSOP and seems to enter every type of poker at the wsop. |
| yout85||11/06/2015 15:18:07 GMT|
Posted by klash23:
No limit 2-7 single draw is not a game I am really familiar with but a bracelet is still on offer for these guys.Congratulations to Huck Seed for another cash at the WSOP and seems to enter every type of poker at the wsop.
I love, love, love this game! Hands down my favourite variant of poker.
I strongly recommend that you (and everyone else) have a look at this game... I feel it can really help with your Hold'em game - Things like positional importance being much more pronounced... Teaches you some very good things.
Also, there's the fact that people are generally pretty horrible at it, and applying some very simple and easy to follow rules, you can make a killing.
Would be happy to give a crash course to anyone who's interested
| Sorin888||12/06/2015 08:02:52 GMT|
| Christian Pham made the best mistake of his life,when entered this event by accident after trying to enter the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em event,and won $81,314 and a gold bracelet.|
Second place Daniel Ospina,$50,260
Third place,Matthew Smith,$33,163
| bowie1984||26/06/2015 00:03:25 GMT|
| This is a weird game indeed, nevermind that the ace does not count here as a low card and straights+flushes will get you nowhere - but as the example shows if you stumbles upon it accidentally and learn the rules via playing you might win a WSOP title like this guy did. LOL|
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