2022 World Series of Poker

Event #75: $777 Lucky 7's
Days: 2

Farmer Leads Final Nine in Day 3 of $777 Lucky 7's No-Limit Hold'em

Level 37 : Blinds 500,000-1,000,000, 1,000,000 ante
Christopher Farmer
Christopher Farmer

Day 2 of Event #75: $777 Lucky 7's No-Limit Hold'em has been completed and at the end of the day, just nine players remain to battle it out for the bracelet and $777,777.

Christopher Farmer ended the day with an impressive chip lead, bagging 77,400,000. Farmer starting to gain momentum nearing the end of the night after rivering trip fours and getting paid by Rodney Turvin who was the current chip leader. Shortly after that, Farmer won another monster pot as he eliminated Binchiat Tay with his pocket eights against Tay's pocket tens (eight on the river).

Rodney Turvin bagged the second-largest chip stack with 58,000,000. Turvin has a total of $94,865 in WSOP earnings and three cashes this year in the 53rd Annual WSOP.

Following behind Turvin is Kyle "Jack in the Box" Miholich who bagged a total of 31,700,000 after a very swingy Day 2 grind. He already has one WSOP Circuit gold ring but looks to capture his first WSOP gold bracelet as he has been having a fantastic series, cashing 11 times so far in the 53rd Annual WSOP. It is expected Miholich will bring out the Jack in the Box head assuming he makes the official final table on Day 3.

Event #75: $777 Lucky 7's No-Limit Hold'em Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Christopher FarmerUnited States77,400,00062
2Rodney TurvinUnited States58,000,00048
3Kyle MiholichUnited States31,700,00026
4Jed StewartUnited States25,700,00021
5Braxton MooreUnited States20,800,00017
6Gregory [Removed:372]France19,700,00016
7James HughesUnited States19,600,00016
8Allen CunninghamUnited States13,200,00011
9Paul De La SoujeoleUnited States13,100,00011

Some 285 players began the action-packed Day 2 with many bracelet winners falling short of making to it the final day, including, Barry Greenstein, James Mackey, Calvin Anderson, and Ben Yu.

The final nine players will return at 12:00 p.m. local time on Thursday, July 14th to the Bally's Horseshoe area. All nine players are guaranteed a payout of $51,590, but all eyes are on the grand prize of $777,777 and a WSOP Gold bracelet.

Blinds begin on Level 38, 600,000/1,200,000 with a 1,200,000 big blind ante.

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Tags: Allen CunninghamBarry GreensteinBen YuBinchiat TayBraxton MooreCalvin AndersonChristopher FarmerGregory TeboulJames HughesJed StewartPaul De La SoujeoleRodney Turvin