2022 RunGood Poker Series Seminole Casino Coconut Creek Event 2 $250 Seniors 50+ No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $10,000 Guaranteed Entries: 123 Prize Pool: $25,215 April 25, 2022
We kicked off a new week in the Poker Room with the RunGood Seniors Event and we had a great turnout with 123 entries crushing the $10,000 guarantee. After running over the final table, David Feigenbaum took the title and $6,437 after a three-way deal.
Our players combined to push the prize pool up to $25,215 and the last 16 spots were paid. The tournament went on a dinner break a few spots from the money and got there quickly after their return.
Action slowed as they neared the final table with the deep stacks and tough field. They played for several levels with 11 remaining but three players dropped quickly at once to form an eight-handed final table.
Feigenbaum began the final table with the chip lead and they lost five players in less than 20 minutes. With three players remaining, Feigenbaum held 1.228 million of the 1.8 million in play and they quickly made a deal.
Neil Kanterman earned $4,000 for third place and Evan Teitelbaum took home $4,125 for a runner-up result. Feigenbaum collected $6,437 for the Seniors Event title along with the RunGood trophy.
$250 Seniors 50+ No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $10,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 18: 4,000/8,000 with a 8,000 ante
In less than 20 minutes, the Seniors Event went from eight players to three players to a winner. David Feigenbaum amassed a massive chip lead over Evan Teitelbaum and Neil Kanterman and the three players made a deal to divide up the remaining prize pool.
David Feigenbaum – 1,228,000 (154 bb) Evan Teitelbaum – 282,000 (35 bb) Neil Kanterman – 276,000 (35 bb)
1st: David Feigenbaum – $6,437 2nd: Evan Teitelbaum – $4,125 3rd: Neil Kanterman – $4,000
$250 Seniors 50+ No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $10,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 18: 4,000/8,000 with a 8,000 ante Players Remaining: 8 of 123
The last eight players assumed their seats at the final table that was relocated into the high-limit area. David Feigenbaum and Evan Teitelbaum are the two big stacks while Charlie Winfield and Lisa Levy have some work ahead of them.
Seat 1: Dan Blackburn – 190,000 (24 bb) Seat 2: Lisa Levy – 97,000 (12 bb) Seat 3: Evan Teitelbaum – 401,000 (50 bb) Seat 4: Larry Klur – 106,000 (13 bb) Seat 5: David Feigenbaum – 560,000 (70 bb) Seat 6: Arnold Erenstoft – 220,000 (28 bb) Seat 7: Charlie Winfield – 65,000 (8 bb) Seat 8: Neil Kanterman – 297,000 (37 bb)
$250 Seniors 50+ No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $10,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 17: 3,000/6,000 with a 6,000 ante Players Remaining: 8 of 123
The logjam broke in the Seniors Event with three quick knockouts creating a shorter final table than scheduled. Augie Sanchez went out in 10th place when his kings were bested by Neil Kanterman’s pocket tens and Javier Sarache was eliminated at the same time on Table 26 for a ninth-place finish.
The last eight players are redrawing seats for the final table and we will have the result as they go along.
9th: Javier Sarache – $731 10th: Augie Sanchez – $643
$250 Seniors 50+ No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $10,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 17: 3,000/6,000 with a 6,000 ante Players Remaining: 10 of 123
With the board reading , Evan Teitelbaum moved all in from early position and Rob Cohen took a few minutes to think it out, he would be the one at risk for his last 93,000. Cohen called and we saw the hands.
Cohen was ahead with two pair queens and three and needed to dodge 11 outs to double. Teitelbaum needed a heart or an ace and it was the on the river that gave him the bigger two pair.
Cohen sat for a second and looked at the board before gathering his things to get his payout.
Evan Teitelbaum – 475,000 (79 bb) Rob Cohen – Eliminated in 11th Place ($643)