Event #34: $1,500 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw
Days:
123

Event Info

Buy-in $1,500
Prize Pool $380,475
Players 284

Level Info

Level 31
Limits 120,000 / 240,000
Ante 0

Players Info - Day 3

Players Left 1

Highlights

Highlights

Baker Takes Control Versus Deutsch

MikePatrick • Level 30: 100,000-200,000, 0 ante
David "Bakes" Baker
David "Bakes" Baker

David "Bakes" Baker just took down a huge pot to vault well atop the leaderboard.

Stephen Deutsch raised on the button and got a call from Baker in the big blind.

Both players drew two, which usually hasn't brought significant action in the betting to follow, but after Baker led out, Deutsch raised, and Baker called. A big pot had begun brewing.

Each player drew one card, and this time Baker checked to Deutsch who took the lead with a bet, only to be check-raised by Baker. Deutsch called.

Baker patted his hand and Deutsch needed to continue drawing one.

After both players checked the end, Baker showed {8-}{7-}{6-}{4-}{3-}, which would be the winner of a very healthy pot.

David "Bakes" Baker us
David "Bakes" Baker
us 4,500,000 1,250,000
Stephen Deutsch us
Stephen Deutsch
us 1,200,000 100,000

Tags: David "Bakes" BakerStephen Deutsch

Lynn Finds a Fold

MattHansen • Level 30: 100,000-200,000, 0 ante
David "Bakes" Baker
David "Bakes" Baker

David "Bakes" Baker raised from the button and Stephen Deutsch called from the small blind while Peter Lynn came along from the big blind.

Baker took three cards, Deutsch took two, and Lynn took two.

Deutsch checked and Lynn bet the first draw. Baker raised and Deutsch got out of the way. Lynn called the raise.

Baker stood pat and Lynn drew one card.

Lynn checked and Baker bet. Lynn check-called and took one card on the third draw. Baker remained pat.

Baker bet again after Lynn's check. Lynn got away from it and Baker took the pot to open up a chip lead.

David "Bakes" Baker us
David "Bakes" Baker
us 3,250,000 1,430,000
Peter Lynn us
Peter Lynn
us 2,440,000 -305,000
Stephen Deutsch us
Stephen Deutsch
us 1,100,000 -1,450,000

Tags: David "Bakes" BakerPeter LynnStephen Deutsch

Level:
30
Limits:
100,000/200,000
Ante:
0

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tayke2 • Level 29: 80,000-160,000, 0 ante
PokerGO WSOP
PokerGO WSOP

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Kristijonas Andrulis Eliminated in 4th Place ($25,971)

MikePatrick • Level 29: 80,000-160,000, 0 ante
Kristijonas Andrulis
Kristijonas Andrulis

Kristijonas Andrulis committed his final 50,000 in chips versus both Stephen Deutsch and Peter Lynn.

First to act, Deutsch drew two, Andrulis drew three, and Lynn drew one.

A side pot began to grow, as Deutsch check-called a bet from Lynn.

Each player drew one card, then Deutsch check-called another bet from Lynn.

Deutsch still needed to draw one, while both Andrulis and Lynn stood pat.

The last betting round was checked through, and while Andrulis had hoped that his {10-}{8-}{7-}{5-}{4-} would be enough to keep him alive, Lynn's {10-}{7-}{5-}{4-}{3-} would claim both the main and side pots, as Deutsch tossed his cards into the muck.

Peter Lynn us
Peter Lynn
us 3,300,000 650,000
Stephen Deutsch us
Stephen Deutsch
us 500,000 -250,000
Kristijonas Andrulis lt
Kristijonas Andrulis
lt Busted

Deutsch Survives Battle of Short Stacks

MikePatrick • Level 29: 80,000-160,000, 0 ante
Stephen Deutsch
Stephen Deutsch

Picking action up on the first drawing round, Stephen Deutsch took three cards, while Kristijonas Andrulis drew just one.

Deutsch then check-called a bet from Andrulis and drew two, while the Lithuanian still needed one.

Deutsch again check-called an Andrulis bet, then drew one, with Andrulis also still drawing one and getting short on chips.

Deutsch then bet into Andrulis, who took some time before calling, and leaving himself only 50,000 behind.

Deutsch showed a ten-perfect ({10-}{5-}{4-}{3-}{2-}), which was good enough to take the pot and leave Andrulis on fumes.

Stephen Deutsch us
Stephen Deutsch
us 750,000 395,000
Kristijonas Andrulis lt
Kristijonas Andrulis
lt 50,000 -495,000

Tags: Stephen DeutschKristijonas Andrulis

Baker Boosted to Over Three Million

MikePatrick • Level 29: 80,000-160,000, 0 ante

David "Bakes" Baker raised on the button and got a call from Kritijonas Andrulis in the big blind.

Andrulis drew just one, while Baker needed to draw three.

Baker check-called a bet from Andrulis, then drew one, while Andrulis also still needed to draw one.

Baker then led into Andrulis with a bet, which was called, and then patted his hand. Andrulis still needed to draw one.

Baker followed through with a final bet, which Andrulis called.

Baker showed {7-}{6-}{5-}{3-}{2-} to win a healthy pot and vault back into the chip lead, while putting Andrulis onto a short tack.

David "Bakes" Baker us
David "Bakes" Baker
us 3,350,000 1,965,000
Kristijonas Andrulis lt
Kristijonas Andrulis
lt 545,000 -1,055,000

Lynn Beats Baker

MattHansen • Level 29: 80,000-160,000, 0 ante

Peter Lynn raised and David "Bakes" Baker three-bet. Lynn called. Both players drew one.

The first draw was checked by both players. Each drew one on the second draw.

Baker bet the second draw and Lynn called. Both players stood pat.

Baker fired at the final draw and Lynn called. Lynn turned over {9-}{8-}{5-}{4-}{3-} and took the pot.

Peter Lynn us
Peter Lynn
us 2,650,000 375,000
David "Bakes" Baker us
David "Bakes" Baker
us 1,385,000 -150,000

Tags: Peter LynnDavid "Bakes" Baker

Deutsch Getting Low

MattHansen • Level 29: 80,000-160,000, 0 ante

Stephen Deutsch raised from the button and Peter Lynn called from the big blind. Deutsch stood pat and Lynn drew two.

Lynn checked the first draw and Deutsch bet. Lynn raised and Deutsch called. Deutsch took one and Lynn remained pat.

After the second draw, Lynn bet. Deutsch called and drew one. Lynn stayed pat.

Both players checked the third draw. Lynn turned over {9-}{5-}{4-}{3-}{2-} and took the pot to put Deutsch closer to the felt.

Peter Lynn us
Peter Lynn
us 2,275,000 1,025,000
Stephen Deutsch us
Stephen Deutsch
us 355,000 -520,000

Tags: Stephen DeutschPeter Lynn