Pennsylvania’s Paul Volpe Dominates WSOP No Limit Deuce

Paul Volpe
Paul Volpe is one of the most dominant players in WSOP $10,000 NL 2-7 history

While Pennsylvania online poker on the cusp of becoming a reality, former PocketFives #1 Paul Volpe has been in Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker, where he continues to pile up results – especially in one event in particular.

Pennsylvania’s Volpe is the winner of three WSOP gold bracelets and more than $8 million in live tournament earnings, but it’s his performances in one specific WSOP event that have grabbed the attention of many. One of Volpe’s three bracelets comes from the $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw tournament, and it’s a tournament that Volpe has crushed over the years.

When Volpe won the WSOP $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw in 2014, it became his first gold bracelet and he scored $253,524 for the victory. It was his second time finishing in the money in the highly respected tournament. The year before, 2013, Volpe finished eighth for $22,399 and just missed out on the official final table due to the tournament playing seven-handed.

Volpe returned with an eighth-place finish in 2017 worth $24,498. That’s not all, either. In 2018, Volpe took 14th for $14,691. That made for one win and four cashes in six years in the WSOP $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw.

In 2019, Volpe reached the official final table of the event for the second time in his career. He finished seventh for a payday of $31,556.

Volpe’s $10,000 NL 2-7 Results

2013 87 8th $22,399
2014 87 1st $253,524
2017 92 8th $24,498
2018 95 14th $14,691
2019 91 7th $31,556

All told, Volpe has cashed for $346,668 in the WSOP $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw alone.