2021 World Series of Poker Europe 888poker WPTDS London Online
Event #13: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball Championship
Days:
123

Nguyen Doubles Through Mueller

Josh_Cahlik • Level 11: 800-1,600, 400 ante

Don Nguyen was on the button and moved all in for his last 30,400 over an open from Greg Mueller. Mueller called the raise and announced that he was pat. Nguyen quickly announced that he was also pat.

"Jack," said Mueller, fanning {J-}{9-}{7-}{6-}{2-}

"Eight-seven perfect," replied Nguyen, tabling a winning {8-}{7-}{4-}{3-}{2-}.

Nguyen raked in the double up early on Day 2 and now sits right around 64,000 in chips.

Don Nguyen us
Don Nguyen
us 64,000 30,000
Greg Mueller ca
Greg Mueller
ca 59,000 -31,200

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Shuffle Up And Deal!

Josh_Cahlik • Level 11: 800-1,600, 400 ante

Cards are officially in the air for Event #13: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball Championship!

Level:
11
Blinds:
800/1,600
Ante:
400

Harman, Juanda Lead Day 2 Field

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Jen Harman Out in Front
Jen Harman Out in Front

Welcome back to our ongoing coverage of the 2014 World Series of Poker! The final 36 players in Event #13: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball return to the felt today with the goal of playing down to a final table of seven. Jen Harman is at the front of the pack heading into the day with 133,800 in chips.

Yesterday's play saw most of poker's elite hit the felt in what is certain to be one of the smallest events of the 2014 WSOP. With just 87 entrants, this intimate event was filled to the brim with notable names. Some of the big stacks returning for Day 2 include Shawn Sheikhan (122,400), Galen Hall (120,000), Ashton Griffin (119,000), Brian Rast (111,700), Paul Volpe (103,200), and Mike Watson (102,800).

Coming back with the second largest stack in the room is 2011 $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball champion John Juanda. Juanda bagged 124,300 on Day 1 and will certainly be a force to be reckoned with as the day progresses. Juanda final tabled this event four years in a row (2009-2012) where he scored two fourths, a first, and a sixth place.

Other notable names coming back include Greg Mueller (90,200), Daniel Negreanu (89,600), Jean-Robert Bellande (85,700), 2010 $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball champion and last year's runner-up David "Bakes" Baker (83,000), Jason Mercier (57,900), Shaun Deeb (55,500), Phil Hellmuth (52,100), Frank Kassela (32,700), Barry Greenstein (32,200), and two-time No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball champion Nick Schulman (14,200).

Play kicks off at 2 p.m. local time where the field is expected to play a full ten levels. As always, be sure to stay tuned to PokerNews for the most up to date information from the tournament felt.

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Day 2 Table and Seat Draw

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TableSeatPlayerChips
3471Jason Mercier57,900
3472Shawn Buchanan87,500
3473Brian Rast111,700
3474Nick Schulman14,200
3476Rui Cao26,200
3477Craig Hartman41,000
    
3481Jeff Lisandro70,200
3482Don Nguyen34,000
3484John Juanda124,308
3485Greg Mueller90,200
3486Jon Turner52,800
3487Ashton Griffin119,000
    
3494George Danzer25,700
    
3531Abe Mosseri44,400
3532Adam Owen40,000
3533David "Bakes" Baker83,100
3534Phil Hellmuth52,100
3535Justin Smith71,000
3537Joe Cassidy96,200
    
3541Jean-Robert Bellande85,700
3542Shaun Deeb55,500
3543Paul Volpe103,200
3544Galen Hall120,000
3546Barry Greenstein32,200
3547Mike Watson102,800
    
3591Frank Kassela37,700
3592Michael Mizrachi55,000
3593John Monnette93,600
3595Daniel Negreanu86,000
3596Jen Harman133,800
    
3601Naoya Kihara38,800
3602Larry Wright121,300
3603Darren Elias86,200
3604Shawn Sheikhan122,400
3605Bob Bright50,200
3606Rep Porter25,600

*Please note that this is the seat draw received from the World Series of Poker at the end of Day 1. George Danzer will immediately be redrawn to a new table when play begins.

Event #13: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball Championship
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