WSOP Day 37 – Two Bracelets, ‘Little Drop’ Started

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We are now not far from the World Series of Poker Main Event, the one that everyone has been waiting for, yet there are still a few events to get finished up with first. Day 37 of the World Series of Poker saw two bracelets awarded and the start of the ‘Little One For One Drop’ event.

Event #58 – $1.5k Mixed-Max NLHE Day 3 – Jaffee Earns First Bracelet

The first event to deliver a gold bracelet on Day 37 of the WSOP was Event #58. Day 3 began with the final ten players and Jared Jaffee leading them and it finished with him in the same position just this time with a WSOP bracelet and a payout of $405,428 to his name.

The Final Standings

1st) Jared Jaffee – $405,428

2nd) Mike Watson – $246,068

3rd) Mark Herm – $126,882

4th) Joseph Alban – $126,882

5th) Xiao Peng – $53,614

6th) Brandon Cantu – $53,614

7th) Jeff Gross – $53,614

8th) Anton Smirnov – $53,614

9th) Gustavo Kamei – $27,509

10th) Michael Coleman – $27,509

Event #59 – $3k Omaha Hi/Lo Day 3 – Hui Grabs Bracelet

Next up was this event which also delivered a bracelet on Day3. It was won by Phillip Hui after he defeated Zack Milchman heads up to scoop the $286,976 winner’s cheque and shiny new World Series of Poker gold bracelet.

The Final Standings

1st) Phillip Hui – $286,976

2nd) Zack Milchman – $177,609

3rd) Michael Bees – $118,036

4th) Ismael Bojang – $87,594

5th) John D’Agostino – $65,736

6th) David Williams – $49,817

7th) Matt Glantz – $38,089

8th) Jordan Morgan – $29,356

9th) Joe Mitchell – $22,793

10th) Don Zewin – $17,828

Event #60 – $1.5k NLHE Day 2 – Sung Leading 24

This event brought us down to the final 24 players on Day 2 after that number was reached from the 293 players that started the day. Leading going into Day 3 is Steve Sung after an impressive day brought him a chip count of 1,132,000.

The Current Standings

1st) Steve Sung – 1,132,000

2nd) Erwann Pecheux – 780,000

3rd) Thomas Dietl – 774,000

4th) Kenneth Gregersen – 770,000

5th) David Bravin – 693,000

6th) Brandon Hall – 661,000

7th) Cherish Andrews – 653,000

8th) Sohale Khalili – 538,000

9th) Gavin O’Rourke – 496,000

10th) Lue Huang – 454,000

Event #61 – $10k 7-Card Stud Championship Day 2 – Brunson Dominating

Todd Brunson finished Day 2 of the $10k Stud championship with almost double that of his closest rival Steve Landfish and will now aim to get another bracelet for his collection tomorrow. He leads the final nine which includes Phil Hellmuth, James Obst and Ben Yu.

The Current Standings

1st) Todd Brunson – 980,000

2nd) Steve Landfish – 556,000

3rd) Phil Hellmuth – 404,000

4th) Matt Grapenthien – 390,000

5th) Ben Yu – 247,000

6th) James Obst – 169,000

7th) Jesse Martin – 156,000

8th) Henry Orenstein – 112,000

9th) Henrik Hecklen – 46,000

Event #62 – $1.111k ‘Little One For One DropDay 1a – Wheeler Leading

2,168 players bought in for the first opening day flight of the Little One For One Drop and 351 of those players will be satisfied to be heading into Day 2. Jason Wheeler put on the best performance having bagged up 71,500 at the end of the day. The players will now await the outcome of Day 1b before returning for Day 2.

The Current Standings

1st) Jason Wheeler – 71,500

2nd) Frank Rusnak – 66,800

3rd) Matt Lapossie – 64,225

4th) Valentino Konakchiev – 60,000

5th) Ted Driscoll – 59,500

6th) Jason Helder – 57,100

7th) Barry Schultz – 52,775

8th) Andrius Bielskis – 51,900

9th) Giuseppe Polichetti                 – 48,750

10th) DJ MacKinnon – 43,650

Event #63 – $1.5k 6-Handed 10-Game Mix Day 1 – Kenney Early Leader

The final event of the day saw 445 registrations and a long session at the tables which resulted in just 85 of them progressing into Day 2. Bryn Kenney grabbed the early lead and will now head into Day 2 as the chip leader with 67,000.

The Current Standings

1st) Bryn Kenney – 67,000

2nd) Scott Clements – 55,825

3rd) Justin Bonomo – 49,050

4th) Andrey Zaichenko – 46,300

5th) Sergey Rybachenko – 45,250

6th) Eric Wasserson – 45,000

7th) Fabio Coppola – 39,875

8th) Jan Suchanek – 38,925

9th) Mike Leah – 37,625

10th) Victor Ramdin – 37,125

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