|Average Chip Stack||558,000|
|Blinds||0 / 0|
Players Info - Day 3
Carol Fuchs pushed her remaining chips into the middle and drew one card in the final draw against Jake Schwartz who called and stood pat.
The final card was a great one for Fuchs as she tabled / for a nine-eight low and nine-seven-five-three Badugi and scooped the pot.
With that hand Fuchs now has new life as she chipped up to 500,000 chips.
Action folded around to the blinds, where Phil Hellmuth raised from the small and Mike Matusow called all in for his remaining short stack.
Hellmuth and Matusow both drew two and one respectively on the first two draws; however, Hellmuth stood pat on the final draw and Matusow drew one.
Mike Matusow: /
Matusow was drawing live, but peeled the — eliminating him in fifth place.
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2-7 Triple Draw
Adam Friedman raised on the button and was called by Mike Matusow in the big blind.
Matusow proceeded to check and call down bets from Friedman after every draw until the final betting round. Friedman drew three on the first, one on the second, and stood pat on the final. Matusow drew two, two, and one respectively.
Matusow showed an and folded facing a final bet from Friedman.
2-7 Triple Draw
The action was picked up with Mike Matusow who had fired out a bet after the second draw, and his opponent Jake Schwartz folded. Next, Matusow flipped his cards face-up showing the as he mucked with a smile.
With that pot, Matusow has renewed life with 400,000 chips.
Limit Flop / Draw: 20,000/40,000
Stud Games: 10,000 ante, 10,000 bring-in, 40,000 completion
No-Limit & Pot-Limit: 20,000/30,000 ante, 10,000/20,000 blinds
The remaining five players have been sent on a 15-minute break.
Stud Eight or Better
Jake Schwartz: //
Adam Friedman: //
Jake Schwartz completed and was called by Adam Friedman. Schwartz bet on every street and was called until seventh, wherein both players checked.
Schwartz tabled and Friedman mucked — awarding the pot to Schwartz.