David Grey just defeated John Hennigan heads up to become the 2005 No Limit Two to Seven Draw Lowball Champion. Grey will take home $365,135 and a much coveted World Series of Poker gold bracelet.
John Hennigan Eliminated in 2nd Place ($217,110)
Posted: Wed, Jul 06, 05, 4:27 PM
John Hennigan was just eliminated in 2nd place, earning him $217,110. Grey bet out and Hennigan pushed all in. Grey called Hennigan's all in and showed 8-7-6-5-3. Hennigan slowly turned over 9-8-6-5-2, knowing that he was beat. Hennigan was eliminated in 2nd place and our 2005 No Limit Two to Seven Draw Lowball Champion is David Grey.
David Grey Doubles Up
Posted: Wed, Jul 06, 05, 4:23 PM
David Grey just doubled up in tonight's heads up play. John Hennigan made it $150,000 to go and David Grey pushed all in. Grey stood pat, and Hennigan took one card. Grey showed 9-8-7-6-4 and Hennigan turned over only a Jack. Grey doubled up his stack to approximately $664,000.
Current Chip Counts
Posted: Wed, Jul 06, 05, 4:11 PM
We have begun heads up play between John Hennigan and David Grey. Here are the current chip counts:
John Hennigan- $850,000
David Grey- $245,000
Dewey Tompko Eliminated in 3rd Place ($138,160)
Posted: Wed, Jul 06, 05, 4:08 PM
Dewey Tompko was just eliminated in 3rd place, earning him $138,160. Tompko raised to all in and John Hennigan called and took one card. Tompko was holding 10-8-6-2-4 and Hennigan showed 10-8-5-3-4. Hennigan eliminated Tompko in 3rd place and is still the current chip leader. We are heads up, David Grey versus John Hennigan.
Mark Weitzman Eliminated in 4th Place ($108,555)
Posted: Wed, Jul 06, 05, 3:29 PM
Mark Weitzman was eliminated in 4th place, earning him $108,555. Weitzman was in the small blind with $8,000 already committed. He raised all in which made it $30,000 to go for Dewey Tompko. In the big blind, with $16,000 already committed, Tompko called and took two cards. Weitzman didn't take any cards and Tompko eliminated Weitzman when he showed 10-9-8-6-5. John Hennigan, Dewey Tompko and David Grey remain.
Players Have Returned
Posted: Wed, Jul 06, 05, 3:13 PM
The four remaining players have returned from their dinner break. Play has resumed and will continue until we have a WSOP Champion.
Players are now on dinner break
Posted: Wed, Jul 06, 05, 1:48 PM
The chips have been getting passed back and forth across the table, keeping things basically even. The players will get back from dinner break right after 10:00pm and the blinds will be at $800-$1,600 with a $2,000 ante.
Posted: Wed, Jul 06, 05, 12:22 PM
Doug Booth moved all in for the 2nd time in a row but he got called this time by Mark Weitzman. Weitzman stood pad and Booth drew 1 card. Weitzman showed 10-9-5-3-2 and Booth mucked when he saw Weitzman's hand. Booth took home $78,950 for his efforts.
Posted: Wed, Jul 06, 05, 12:13 PM
The players are on a 15 minute break and the blinds will move up to $6,000-$12,000 with a $2,000 ante. And we have just been informed that the levels will be 1 and half hours.
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