Event 15: $5,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low Split 8-or-Better

Pateychuk Sliding the Wrong Way

Andrey Pateychuk has gone the other way in two recent pots and dropped back to 26,000 in chips. The first one was against Robert Mizrachi and the second against Bryn Kenney. Both times, Pateychuk was beaten by his opponent's two pair.

Pateychuk: {x-}{x-} / {9-Clubs}{Q-Clubs}{J-Hearts}{7-Spades} / {x-}
Mizrachi: {x-}{x-} / {6-Spades}{5-Hearts}{10-Hearts}{4-Diamonds} / {x-}

On the first hand, Pateychuk was up against Mizrachi and check-called bets on fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh. When it was showdown time, Mizrachi turned up the {K-Diamonds}{K-Spades}{6-Clubs} for kings and sixes. Pateychuk mucked and was knocked back to 31,000 in chips.

On the next hand, Pateychuk ran into the two pair for Kenney and mucked his hand on the end. This caused Pateychuk to get kicked down to 26,000 in chips while Kenney rose to 29,000.

Bryn Kenney us 29,000 11,100
Andrey Pateychuk ru 26,000 -18,400
Robert Mizrachi us 18,000 6,200

Tagit: Andrey PateychukBryn KenneyRobert Mizrachi