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“Baxter, a large, cheerful southerner, was a great lowball player who had won so many gold bracelets in deuce-to-seven lowball draw at the WSOP that one player jokingly began calling it the “Billy Baxter benefit tournament.””
“Cool and measured at the table, Seidel is a calm presence and an extremely well-rounded player for someone who focuses on tournaments rather than cash game action, having won bracelets in pot-limit Omaha, limit hold'em, no-limit hold'em, Omaha 8 or better and no-limit deuce-to-seven single draw.”
“Heads-up no-limit hold'em is one of the purest forms of poker available, perhaps only behind no-limit deuce-to-seven draw.”
“We're going to take all our pot-limit Omaha events, our two deuce-to-seven no-limit events, and our three $1,000 triple-chance events, and we're going to issue a certain portion of the player's chips at the beginning, and they're going to get add-on chips.”
“I'd had a good start to the Series, winning the deuce-to-seven draw preliminary event, but the $10,000 buy-in Main Event was the one I really wanted to win.”
“In fact, he is generally considered one of the best deuce-to-seven players of all-time.”
“Event #55 marked John Juanda's fourth final table of the 2009 WSOP, and his second in deuce-to-seven lowball.”
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