Event #5: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball Championship
Days:
123

Fours Good Enough For Mercier

• Level 11: 600-1,200, 0 ante
Jason Mercier (Day 1)

Jason Mercier opened with a raise and Freddy Deeb called from the cutoff. Randy Ohel tagged along from the big blind and the three went to the draw. Mercier drew three cards while his opponents each took two. Ohel was first to act post-draw and came out with a bet. Both Mercier and Deeb called.

On the second draw, Ohel took one card while Mercier and Deeb each grabbed two. Ohel led into the middle again, Mercier called, and Deeb let his hand go. The final draw saw Ohel and Mercier each take one new card.

The action on the final betting round went check-check and Ohel tabled a pair of fives.

"Air," said Ohel.

Mercier showed {4-}{4-}{6-}{3-}{2-} for a pair of fours which finished as the best worst hand. The two-time bracelet winner was pushed the pot and now sits on about 50,000.

Chip Counts
Randy Ohel us 60,000 -12,000
Jason Mercier us 50,000 12,800

Tags: Freddy DeebJason MercierRandy Ohel