Larry Wright was forced all in in the big blind for his last 1,000. Everyone at the table folded around to John Hennigan who raised to 8,000. Jon Turner called from the small blind and the three players went to the draw.
Turner led out with a bet of 12,000 and Hennigan mucked his cards. Turner fanned and Wright showed .
"I'm drawin' live!" proclaimed Wright. He flipped over his first card: .
"There it is," he continued as he rolled over a for his next card.
Wright was still drawing live to stay in the tournament but could not come through as the last card was the to seal his fate. Wright was eliminated in 13th place but can add another cash to his resume. Wright has now cashed in the last three of three 2-7 Single Draw events offered at the WSOP (Winning his first bracelet in the $1,500 event in 2012 and following that up with a cash in the $10,000 event a few weeks later).