No messing around this time, because I ran these stats a few days ago before heading to Seattle for the weekend (no poker! my wife’s birthday!) thinking I’d get it done late at night and I did not. I did get a chance to meet up with my old poker brother Jason Brown at Pike Place Market, though, so this edition is dedicated to him.
Lots of jumping back and forth in the stats here, apparently the Canadian tournament series reported at the beginning of the month led to results from a 2020 getting reported to Hendon Mob, so some of the info here is slow-release. Then, there are some results you’ve probably already heard about from last week that aren’t here but because I ran the Leaderboard scripts on Wednesday,
David Froyalde of Federal Way was the seventh-place finisher in the Venetian DeepStack Showdown #26 $200K GTD NLHE UltimateStack. There were 661 entries. Froyalde moves nearly 150 places up the Leaderboard to #920, and is GPI:7903.
Oner of those 202 results, Viet Do from Calgary was the third-place finisher in last November’s 242-entry Deerfoot 2020 Fall Super Stack #3 NLHE Megastack. It’s Do’s 6th and largest cash. Do (GPI:30,952) moves from #4353 to #2702. The runner-up was Weston Pring, also of Calgary, GPI:5,456 who pops up to #512, more than 140 places.
Matthew Jewett GPI:2,809 of Shoreline, Washington made the final table in ninth place at the $1,100 Wynn Signature Series $500K GTD NLHE. 935 entries made a prize pool of $908K. Jewett rises more than 100 places on the Leaderboard to #591.
Cranbrook, British Columbia’s Timothy Andrew GPI:21,928 was the winner of the Deerfoot 2020 FSS #1 NLHE Deepstack, a C$350 buyin tournament with 306 entries. Andrew goes from #418 to #374.
Over in Rozvadov in the Czech Republic, Kris Steinbach GPI:1,656 “seigt beim”—as they say—at King’s Casino in a side event of the WSOPC in Europe. 57 player (plus 13 re-entries) made the €1,100 buyin for WSOPC Rozvadov €50K GTD NLHE King’s 1000. There was a 4-way deal. Steinbach moves up 17 places to #260.
Kao “Flex” Saechao was the winner of a trophy for the Wynn Signature Series $50K GTD NLHE on September 11. No stats on this one at the moment, because Hendon Mob gave it to the wrong Kao Saechao.
Calgary’s Cuong Lieu GPI:10,194 jumped nearly 900 places on the Leaderboard to #859 with a best-ever cash in the Deerfoot 2020 FSS #4 NLHE Superstack. There was an even chop of the top two players, out of the 280 entries.
Adam Hendrix (GPI:3) claimed 1st in the PokerMasters #3 PLO, and $10K buyin with 69 entries. It’s enough to move Hendrix two positions on the Leaderboard, to #24.
And, of course, there’s #1 Seth Davies again GPI:73. continuing to put space between himself and everyone else on the Leaderboard, with a win at the Merit Poker Super High Roller Bowl #8 NLHE, a $50K buyin with 14 entries in Cyprus.
making it in just under the wire for midnight!