Event #38: $10,000 2-7 Single Draw Championship in the ongoing World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2022 concluded and it was Brazil’s Pedro Bromfman who was crowned as the champion. Bromfman claimed his first-ever WSOP gold bracelet and a top prize of $294,616 for nailing this event.
The event had 111 entrants, including some star poker players like Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu, Anthony Zinno, Darren Elias, and defending champion Farzad Bonyadi. The event created a prize pool of $1,128,325. After three days of gameplay, the top 19 places were paid and the min-cash stood at $16,000. Poker pro Jeremy Ausmus was the bubble boy as he exited at the 20th place, while Negreanu succumbed just three places away from the money at the 23rd spot.
The top 14 places returned to play on Day 3, out of which the top seven made it to the final table (FT). Poker Hall of Fame inductee Eli Elezra was the first player to exit the FT at the seventh place for $41,011. Next in line was the defending champion Bonyadi, who fell at the sixth place taking home a pay cheque of $53,687.
Brazil’s Yuri Dzivielevski was shown the door in fifth place for a payday of $71,315. Canadian player Alex Livingston was next to bid adieu as he walked away at the fourth spot with $96,104 in his bankroll. Cary Katz exited the tournament at the third spot for $131,362, leaving the final two for a heads-up clash.
Bromfman beat four-time WSOP bracelet winner Scott Seiver in the heads-up to clinch the title. Seiver was denied his fifth bracelet as he settled for the runner-up spot for $182,086.
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