A sum of 266 players turned out for the 2017 World Series of Poker $1,500 deuce-to-seven no-restriction single draw lowball occasion, fabricating an aggregate prize pool of $359,100. At last the last player standing was none other than Frank Kassela, the 2010 WSOP player of the year. He crushed Bernard Lee heads-up earned his third gold arm jewelery and the primary spot prize $89,151.
Nothing feels superior to winning a World Series of Poker wristband when you're a poker player. As a rule when it comes down to being a recreational player, I view myself as one of the best recreational players on the planet. I have no clue what I could do on the off chance that I bounced on that prepare and played throughout the entire year, yet I'm certain I'd have significantly more competition accomplishment than simply appearing here a month and a half every mid year.
Kassela came into the last day in third chip position with six players remaining, and he had a lot of intense players to battle with including Jared Bleznick, WSOP arm jewelery champ Matthew Waxman and Bernard Lee, who was at his third WSOP deuce-to-seven no-restriction single draw lowball last table. Kassela made due to heads-up play with Lee, who took a little more than a 2-to-1 chip lead into their last standoff.