Todd Bui raised and Kevin Iacofano three-bet it. Bui called. Iacofano drew one and Bui two. Iacofano bet and Bui raised. Iacofano made it three bets and Bui called. Both players stood pat and Iacofano bet and got a call from Bui. They against stood pat and Iacofano bet his last 10,000 and Bui called.
Iacofano turned over a monster with but Bui had him beat with his . An understandably frustrated Iacofano stormed off, slamming his backpack down onto the ground. We're now at our official final table of six. Chip counts will be posted shortly.
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David Bell opened from early position and Todd Bui called from the cutoff. Both players drew two, Bell bet, and Bui called. Bell drew one this round and Bui swapped two again. Bell lead out again and Bui called. Bell stood pat on the final draw and Bui drew one. Both players checked it down and Bell turned over and Bui mucked.
Todd Bui raised from the small blind and Tom Franklin called. Bui drew two, and Franklin three. Bui bet and was called by Franklin. They both drew one and Bui bet again. Franklin called. Bui tapped the table, standing pat and Frankin drew one. Bui bet a third time and Franklin mucked face up showing a queen. Bui slid his cards to the dealer and dragged in the pot.
Ismael Bojang came into play today with less than one big bet. In the second hand of the day, Bojang was in the big blind, Todd Bui raised from under the gun, and Bojang called to put his tournament life on the line.
In the first draw, both players drew two cards. In the second draw, Bojang drew two and Bui swapped one. In the third draw both players drew one. Bui tabled to give Bojang a sweat, and Bojang flipped over his four held cards, . Bojang needed an eight, but the he received on his last draw was no help and he exited in 8th place.
Captain Tom Franklin and seven others are set to get back into action here at the 2014 WSOP in Event #16: $1,500 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball. Franklin, a WSOP bracelet winner, will enter action with the chip lead after bagging 436,000 in chips. David Bell is not far behind with 426,000.
Others in the hunt for the bracelet are Vladimir Shchemelev (117,000), Todd Bui (104,000), Kevin Iacofano(264,000), Aaron Steury (80,000), and David Gee (126,000). Ismael Bojan will come in with only 14,000 which is less than the limits and will need to do some work if he's going to not be the first player eliminated
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