2016 Coco Poker Showdown Seminole Casino Coconut Creek Coconut Creek, Fla. Event #9 $130 Pot Limit Omaha/No Limit Hold’em Entries: 53 Prize Pool: $10,000 January 30, 2016
Coconut Creek, Fla. (January 31, 2016) — Mike Goldenberg won Event 9 of the Coco Poker Showdown shorly before midnight Saturday. The crowning achievement came in a $130 pot limit Omaha/no limit hold’em tournament and saw Goldenberg earn $2,380 following a four-way, ICM chop.
Goldenberg is 50 years old and resides in Boca Raton, Fla. He is a regular of the room, but this victory marks his first major tournament win. It came at the hands of a tested final table that included Joseph Patalano (9th) and Miguel Martinez (7th).
Following the win, Goldenberg owns four tournament cashes totaling just under $10,000.
Event 9 final results:
1st: Michael Goldenberg – $2,380 2nd: Michael Mizrachy – $2,270 3rd: Robyn Marshman – $1,553 4th: Stephen Greenstein – $1,497 5th: Farid Dhanani – $700 6th: Joseph Irgon – $550 7th: Miguel Martinez – $450 8th: David Shephard – $350 9th: Joseph Patalano – $250
$130 Pot Limit Omaha/No Limit Hold’em Level 10: 800/1,600/100 Ante Players Remaining: 17/53
Tonight’s 6 p.m. $130 pot limit Omaha/no limit hold’em tournament drew a field of 53 entries. The $10,000 prize pool pays the top nine players at least $250. The tournament’s winner, meanwhile, scores $3,500.
Full payout structure:
The clock currently shows 17 players remaining toward the end of Level 10. Among them are Joe Patalano and Miguel Martinez.
A full report will be provided after the tournament’s conclusion.
$130 Pot Limit Omaha/No Limit Hold’em Level 1: 50/100
The clock strikes 6 p.m. and the ninth and final event of the Coco Poker Showdown is off and running. Players begin the $130 pot limit Omaha/no limit hold’em tournament with 10,000-chip starting stacks and log 20-minute levels throughout. Late registration/unlimited re-entry is available until the start of Level 10. This tournament is structured as a one-day event and it’s expected to conclude during the early morning hours of Sunday.
Here’s a look at how it plays out:
$10,000 guaranteed prize pool
10,000-chip starting stacks and 20-minute levels
Late registration/unlimited re-entry available until the start of Level 10 (about 9:15 p.m.)
It’s Championship Saturday at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek in Coconut Creek, Fla. The $1,100 #CocoPokerShowdown Championship featuring a $100,000 guarantee and 20,000-chip starting stack is set to steal the show on Day 10 of the 11-day series.
Joining the finale on the Day 10 schedule are Day 2 of Event 6 at noon and the kickoff of the ninth and final event at 6 p.m.