No commentary this episode except to point out that there’s a rather significant first cash at the end. There are some recent events from places like the Venetian that weren’t posted when I ran the stats.
Key to the Leaderboard
- Name and home town (according to the player’s Hendon Mob profile).
- The player’s most recent ranking in the PNW Poker Leaderboard in italics. If this is their first time on the Leaderboard, an em dash (—)
- Their new standing in bold, preceded by the pound sign (#).
- Their change in status on the Leaderboard (with an arrow indicating up or down), or a black club (♣) if this is their first appearance.
- For each of the tournaments that are being recognized in this Leaderboard:
- The name and link to the Hendon Mob listing for that tournament.
- The player’s finishing position in the tournament and thge number of entries.
- The tournament prize pool in US dollars.
Matt Affleck (Seattle, Washington)
89th of 6501 entries, $8.6M prize pool
Jaspal Brar (Edmonton, Alberta)
81st of 6501 entries, $8.6M prize pool
Jeremy Janes (Red Deer, Alberta)
6th of 746 entries, $510.6K prize pool
Garett Maybery (Edmonton, Alberta)
2nd of 227 entries, $74.9K prize pool
Tshering Sherpa (Portland, Oregon)
3rd of 695 entries, $139K prize pool
David Heyden (Ashland, Oregon)
22nd of 1827 entries, $1.7M prize pool
Faramarz Ghorbani (Port Moody, British Columbia)
2nd of 231 entries, $760 prize pool
David Froyalde (Federal Way, Washington)
74th of 6501 entries, $8.6M prize pool
Geran Sanders (Ellensburg, Washington)
77th of 6501 entries, $8.6M prize pool
David Arganian (Seattle, Washington)
8th of 471 entries, $628.7K prize pool
Dale Harris (Barrhead, Alberta)
24th of 1774 entries, $2.3M prize pool
Kao Saechao (Renton, Washington)
1st of 177 entries, $90.2K prize pool
Nathan Burnett (Hollis, Alaska)
22nd of 4062 entries, $2.8M prize pool
Matthew Staples (Lethbridge, Alberta)
10th of 450 entries, $1.4M prize pool
Jason Mann (Burnaby, British Columbia)
1st of 164 entries, $84.8K prize pool
Vanessa Kade (Kelowna, British Columbia)
21st of 1348 entries, $3.5M prize pool
Mike Lancaster (Penticton, British Columbia)
5th of 213 entries, $568.7K prize pool
Adam Hendrix (Anchorage, Alaska)
35th of 6501 entries, $8.6M prize pool
Mike Lacer (Nampa, Idaho)
45th of 6501 entries, $8.6M prize pool
Mike Lacer (Nampa, Idaho)
1st of 108 entries, $55.8K prize pool
Adam Todd (Rogers, Alaska)
7th of 1827 entries, $1.7M prize pool
Scott Lake (Bremerton, Washington)
4th of 471 entries, $628.7K prize pool
Lake has five recorded cashes since 2009, all of them at the WSOP, in HORSE (three cashes), Stud, and now Stud Hi-Lo. This is Lake’s first recorded cash in ten years, and it’s the largest by far.
Dylan Linde (Vancouver, British Columbia)
8th of 1348 entries, $3.5M prize pool
Linde moves up into the #6 spot on the Leaderboard, past James Romero (see the post Strata from the other day).
Thomas Taylor (Medicine Hat, Alberta)
5th of 471 entries, $628.7K prize pool
Taylor finished below Scott Lake (above) in this event but had some other, smaller cashes that increased the cumulative total for the Leaderboard reporting period.
Tyler Willse (Hillsboro, Oregon)
3rd of 1329 entries, $1.1M prize pool
Jamey Hendrickson (Auburn, Washington)
2nd of 1891 entries, $1.6M prize pool
Robert Crow (Bothell, Washington)
2nd of 4062 entries, $2.8M prize pool
This is Crow’s first and only recorded cash to date.