Sorry for the late report! Late nights, late mornings.
WSOP Event #40 $1K NLHE Seniors Day 2
Despite what the Chip Count says, Seattle’s Alice Parypa is still hanging in with more than 10BB as one of two PNW Seniors still in the game, according to the official EOD2 report. She’s in 41st place out of
41 65 players. Anthony Simpson of Pasco, Washington is the other. They’re guaranteed at least $12K $6.6K each. There’s $613K up top. Only ten of the returning players failed to cash, with 25 making the money. I’d like to take a moment to mention there are two players added to the list below who were listed with California hometowns on the EOD1 report, but in Washington and Oregon on Results.
|In the Money Finish Position||Rank End of Day 2||Rank End of Day 1||Player||State||Chips End of Day 1||Chips End of Day 2|
WSOP Event #41 $10K Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Day 2
Neither Esther Taylor-Brady or Brandon Cantu made it through to the money in this event (did I mention it was one of my favorite games?
WSOP Event #42 $1.5K NLHE Extended Play Day 1
A little over 1,900 players decided to try out this new game, with 90-minute levels—halfway between the standard hour and the 2-hour levels of the Main Event—that’s scheduled for four days of play. More than 540 made it to Day 2, after seven levels of play. 34 PNW players are coming back, although a few are on real fumes.
|In the Money Finish Position||Rank End of Day 3||Rank End of Day 2||Player||State||Chips End of Day 2||Chips End of Day 3|
WSOP Daily Deepstacks $135 NLHE
The prize pool for last night’s 10pm tournament was $12.8K, Kevin Slattery (WA) took 6th.
WSOP Daily Deepstacks $185 NLHE
With a prize pool of $42.8K, the 6pm tournament paid 30 places. Patrick McMahan, Jr. or Washington took 10th, Carl Cox (also WA) got 18th. Vasilos Tzetzos (BC), David Goodkin, and John Hartmann (both WA), placed 23rd through 25th.
WSOP Daily Deepstacks $235 NLHE
At 1,122 entries, this was the 11th-largest (of 20) $235 Deepstacks so far this summer. The prize pool was $213K, and first place took nearly $39K. Gary Weems (OR) placed 5th for more than $10K, and Dustin Richard (OR) made the second table for 17th. Ernest Martens (BC) placed 18th. Also in the 117 places paid from the PNW: Hien Batterman (WA, 26), Douglas Campbell (ID, 27), Tod Reichert (WA, 70), Denis Frutos (OR, 74), Tam Nguyen (OR, 85), Stephen York (ID, 88), Curtis Clark (WA, 98), and Vance Rogers (ID, 112).
Grand Poker Series Event #35 $150 NLHE
Matt Tompkins (WA), Georgene Farmer (OR) and John Poppke (WA) all made the final table of this 188-entry event, taking 3rd, 7th, and 9th, respectively. Deanna Kent (BC) also cashed in 12th.
Grand Poker Series Event $39 $350 NLHE $100K Guarantee
Not as huge an overlay on this running of the Grands’ $100K events, but still over $10K in free money was distributed to 30 of the 290 entries. Chad Wassmuth (ID) got in on it and was part of a four-way chop that awarded $14K in profit to each of the remaining players. Ronald Luginbill (WA) made some money, too, placing 20th.
PHamous Poker Series Event #24 $130 NLHE Double Stack Turbo $5K Guarantee
I’m just catching up to these since Planet Hollywood stopped posting the results int he folder after Event #23 and I didn’t catch on right away. Sharrol Segal took this event down, with Louise Jean and John Agelakis placing 3rd and 5th. All are from BC.
PHamous Poker Series Event #27 $200 NLHE $25K Guarantee
The prize pool was $60K, with 373 entries and 45 making the money. Edward Sorensen of BC lost the HU battle to take 2nd. Lisa Delvecchio of BC placed 4th. Laurence Hughes and James Jacka of WA took 14th and 34th.
PHamous Poker Series Event #29 $130 NLHE Double Stack Turbo $5K Guarantee
Jason Lowe of BC was in a 7-way chop for $3.2K, with $28K in the overall prize pool.
PHamous Poker Series Event #31 $565 NLHE Seniors $200K Guarantee
414 players entered (or re-entered), just capping the guarantee. Only George Phipps of BC made it through to the cash, squeaking in at 40th.
Today’s Las Vegas Series Events
- At the WSOP, players in the the new Super Seniors event are already looking forward to their dinner break by the time this gets posted. Happy Father’s Day, old(er) dudes! The $50K Poker Players Championship starts this afternoon. Tomorrow is a $1.5K NLHE and the $3K PLO 6-Max, which should make for some fast action.
- If you’re out of the Seniors tournament and too young to play the Super Seniors, the Venetian has a $200K guarantee $600 buy-in event. Too late to get into today’s flight but there’s one tomorrow. You can still play tonight’s $20K NLHE Survivor tournament for $300; 10% of the field gets $2.5K.
- Planet Hollywood‘s evening game is a $5K NLHE Turbo for $130 (registration for today’s HU game is closed). Tomorrow there are two flights for the $100K guarantee ($300 buy-in), and another turbo. Two more flights for the $100K on Tuesday, with Day 2 on Wednesday.
- Aria is back on their regular schedule of $235 NLHE at 1pm and $150 NLHE at 7pm. They do have a $235 PLO tournament switched in forTuesday.
- The Wynn Summer Classic has a bye for Father’s Day
- You’ve got an hour until registration closes (3:30pm) at the Grand Poker Series $100K guarantee. Get on the bus now. Tomorrow is a $560 HORSE game and a $350 NLHE Black Chip Bounty ($100 for each knockout).
- At Binion’s Poker Classic, it’s flight 2 of the 45+ Seniors event for $400. Tomorrow is the $220 Ladies event.