The 2022 World Series of Poker continues at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas and the final day of Event #38: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw Championship will begin at 2 p.m. local time.
The 14 remaining players will battle it out on the felt for the coveted gold bracelet in addition to the $294,616 first-place prize. The tournament attracted 121 total entries to create a $1,128,325 prize pool, the vast majority of which will be awarded today.
Event #38: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw Championship Top 10 Chip Counts
|1||Scott Seiver||United States||1,014,000|
|3||Farzad Bonyadi||United States||917,000|
|4||Jerry Wong||United States||801,000|
|5||Phil Hellmuth||United States||591,000|
|7||Yuri Dzivielevski||United States||510,000|
|8||Cary Katz||United States||480,000|
|9||Andrew Kelsall||United States||395,000|
Scott Seiver will be returning to the felt as the chip leader and will be looking to snag a fifth career bracelet and second bracelet of the series after his victory in Event #3: $2,500 Freezeout No-Limit Hold'em only a couple of weeks ago.
Pedro Bromfman is a film composer and music producer and sits just behind Seiver in the current chip standings. Although he doesn’t have the poker résumé that many of his opponents have, his limited poker results do include a sixth-place finish in this event during the 2019 WSOP, and he will have an opportunity to surpass that.
Farzad Bonyadi is looking to defend his title as he won this exact event during the 2021 WSOP for his fourth career bracelet, and today he could find number five. Eli Elezra is another player with a possibility of a fifth bracelet if he can accumulate all of the chips at the end of the day.
Brazil’s Yuri Dzivielevski has a shot at a third piece of gold jewelry, and Canada’s Alex Livingston is hoping he can win a second one after he won, lost, and reunited with his first not too long ago. Jerry Wong, Cary Katz, and Dan Shak are among those with an opportunity to secure a maiden bracelet.
Phil Hellmuth has his eyes set on bracelet number 17, and with a stack in the top half of the leaderboard, his vision could soon become a reality. His most recent bracelet was won during the 2021 WSOP in a $1,500 No Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw event, and he is hoping to stay positive enough to continue his success in the format.
The final day is set to begin soon at 2 p.m. local time. It is scheduled to be streamed on delay on PokerGO once the field is whittled down further. Stay tuned as the PokerNews live reporting team returns to bring you updates until a champion is crowned.