Event #7: $2,500 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball

Who's Going to Win?


Taking a look at the stats on both of our heads-up contestants, Peter Gelencser has the edge over Raphael Zimmerman $433,843 to $167,817 in lifetime tournament earnings. Zimmerman has more World Series of Poker cashes, edging out Gelencser three to two in that category. They both have one WSOP final table on their resume.

When it comes to mixed tournaments, Zimmerman has cashed in two non-hold'em variants while Gelencser has finished in the money in five. Zimmerman's largest score to date is $103,025 for a second-place finish in the $4,900 Pot-Limit Omaha event at the 2009 L.A. Poker Classic. Gelencser scored $251,627 back in 2008 for winning the €3,000 No-Limit Hold'em event at the Vienna Spring Poker Festival.

One of these two will be walking away with a new piece of jewelry. Who's your pick?

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