Justin Bonomo raised from the button and found a call from Doyle Brunson in the big blind. Brunson took two new cards while Bonomo opted for three. Brunson led out on the flop, Bonomo came over the top with a raise, Brunson made it three bets and Bonomo called.
On the second draw, both players took one card. Brunson led out with a bet and Bonomo called. Brunson stood pat on the last draw and Bonomo pulled one new card. Brunson checked, Bonomo led out, and Brunson called.
Bonomo fanned an eight perfect - - only to be bested by Brunson's . Texas Dolly took down the pot and is now back at starting stack of 30,000.
With registration closed, the prize pool information for this event has officially been released! Event #5: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball Championship drew a total of 120 entries. These entries generated a total prize pool of $1,128,000. The top 18 players are guaranteed a payday with a min-cash being worth $16,006. Each player to make the money will then have their eyes on the top prize of $298,928.
David Bach raised from under the gun only to find a three-bet from Nick Schulman in the cutoff. The button and blinds folded and Bach calls, taking two at the draw. Schulman takes one and bets out after Bach checks to him. Bach calls.
On the second draw, both players draw one card. Bach once again check-calls and draws one card on the final draw. Schulman stands pat. Bach checks for a third time and Schulman fires one last bet. Bach calls and mucks his hand after Schulman fans . Schulman rakes the chips and now has 36,000.
Brian Rast raised his button and found calls from David Benyamine in the small blind and Kevin Song in the big blind. Benyamine took three new cards while Song and Rast both took two. Action checked over to Rast and he continued out with a bet. Benyamine let his cards go and Song decided to stay the course.
Song drew one card while Rast once again picked up two. Song checked, Rast bet, and Song called. On the final draw, Song took one and Rast stood pat. Song checked the final betting round and Rast shot out one last bet. Song looked at his cards for a moment before slapping them down to the muck. Rast, who just recently sat down, is now above starting stack with 37,000 in chips.
Action folded to Andrew Brown in the small blind. He made a raise only to have Paul Volpe three-bet the action. Brown called and both players drew one card. Brown led out and Volpe came over the top. Brown called and took one card once again on the second draw. Volpe stood pat and led out after action checked to him. Brown called.
On the third draw, Brown took one card and Volpe stood pat. Brown checked, Volpe fired out a bet, and Brown let his cards go. Volpe raked in the chips and now has about 45,000.