Chris Brewer Sweeps 2nd WSOP Bracelet in Event #69: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship

Already two wins for Chris Brewer this summer at the 2023 World Series of Poker. On June 18, the 30-year-old former collegiate distance runner bagged his maiden WSOP gold bracelet, winning the $250,000 Super High Roller. The victory saw him pocketing an impressive $5.3 million – a personal best. Just two weeks later, Brewer bested a competitive roster of 154 players to clinch the WSOP Event #69: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship on Sunday. The win got him $367,599, along with his second bracelet of the summer.

The year 2023 has been highly successful for Brewer, who claimed his fifth victory of the year with this recent win. Apart from this, Brewer has reached 14 final tables and has cashed for a whopping $8,960,186 across these tournaments.

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This tournament saw the top 24 finishers cashing, including renowned names like six-time bracelet winner Jason Mercier, five-time bracelet winners Eli Elezra and John Monnette, four-time bracelet winner Brad Ruben, bracelet winner and PokerStars Caribbean Adventure main event champion Halen Hall, and 2013 WSOP main event champion Ryan Riess.

The final table also featured six-time bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu who, after outlasting Young Ko and three-time bracelet winner Yuri Dzivielevski, had to settle for fifth place. Alex Livingston, a bracelet winner, eliminated Negreanu, thus taking his total tournament earnings past the $50 million mark, a feat that positions him third on poker’s all-time money list.

After two-time bracelet winner Chris Vitch exited in fourth place, the final three, David ‘ODB’ Baker, Brewer and Livingston, battled it out. The game was halted on day 3 with Baker leading in chips, Brewer in second place, and Livingston trailing.

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Day 4 began with Livingston winning a significant pot against Baker, but it was Brewer who eventually prevailed over Baker. Brewer then faced off with Livingston in the heads-up play, with an upper hand in chips. He further extended his lead with a 9-8 low, before eliminating Livingston, who settled for the second place with $227,193 in cash.

This was Livingston’s second runner-up finish of the series, his previous being in the $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. championship a week prior. In addition, he also secured a third-place finish in the $5,000 no-limit hold’em and pot-limit Omaha event earlier in the series. This year’s series saw him cashing nine times, accumulating more than $780,000 in earnings, taking his lifetime total to $7.5 million.

Final Table Results

Result Player Prize
1 Chris Brewer $367,599
2 Alexander Livingston $227,193
3 David Baker $158,057
4 Christopher Vitch $112,402
5 Daniel Negreanu $81,751
6 Yuri Dzivielevski $60,840
7 Young Ko $46,356

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