$250 Seniors 50+ No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $10,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 14: 1,500/3,000 with a 3,000 ante Players Remaining: 11 of 123
Five players quickly hit the rail after the bubble burst but the last 11 players are settling in for the long haul. They were sent on a 15-minute break to color off the purple chips and will return to continue the march to the final table.
12th: Michael Goldfarb – $643 13th: George Miro – $561 14th: Mark Cannon – $561 15th: Scott Hecker – $561 16th: Robert Transue – $492
$250 Seniors 50+ No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $10,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 14: 1,500/3,000 with a 3,000 ante Players Remaining: 16 of 123
It took less than 30 minutes for the Seniors Event to go from dinner break to bursting the money bubble. They redrew seats at the last two tables and then went into hand-for-hand mode when 17 players were remaining.
Things did not go well for Bruce Kahn starting at that point. Early on the bubble, he lost a race with to to send most of his stack away. He found a small double against Evan Teitelbaum then limped a hand from middle position.
Rob Cohen raised to 17,000 and the rest of the table folded. Kahn announced all in for 35,500 and Cohen called.
Kahn ran into a much bigger pair and he could not find any help as the dealer ran out the board. He was eliminated on the money bubble and the rest of the players were in the money.
Rob Cohen – 132,000 (44 bb) Bruce Kahn – Eliminated
$250 Seniors 50+ No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $10,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 13: 1,500/2,500 with a 2,500 ante Players Remaining: 22 of 123
Evan Teitelbaum opened the action from middle position, Michael Goldfarb moved all in for 36,500 from the small blind and Teitelbaum called.
Goldfarb was in great shape for a double but Teitelbaum found two nines on the flop. That prompted Goldfarb to stand up from his table as the turn came and he sat back down when the river finished his backdoor flush to double.
$250 Seniors 50+ No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $10,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 12: 1,000/2,000 with a 2,000 ante Players Remaining: 23 of 123
Claudio Piedrabuena open-shoved for his last 17,000 and Larry Klur called. It folded around to Lisa Levy and she moved all in over the top to get a fold from Klur (who showed AJo).
Piedrabuena needed help to stay in the Seniors Event but he found more bad news with a six in the window of the flop. They both made a set but Piedabuena was down to a single out. The turn and river finished the board to send Piedrabuena out before the dinner break.
$250 Seniors 50+ No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $10,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 11: 1,000/1,500 with a 1,500 ante Players Remaining: 26 of 123
The Seniors Event was sticking around with four tables for a long time after registration closed but finally dropped to three tables with 26 players remaining. They still have a little work ahead of them today with 16 of them getting paid.
They will play through Level 12 and take a 40-minute dinner break when the clock runs down.
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
Registration closed for the RunGood Poker Series Seniors Event with 123 entries more than doubling the $10,000 guarantee. They combined to create a prize pool worth $25,215 with the last 16 places getting paid. A min-cash is worth $492 and the Seniors Champ will earn $7,312 along with the RunGood trophy.
$250 Seniors 50+ No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $10,000 Guaranteed | Structure Level 9: 500/1,000 with a 1,000 ante Entries: 123
The second break came to an end and the Seniors returned to action with registration closed. The tournament clock shows 123 entries to put more than $25,000 in the prize pool, we will post the payout information as soon as it is available.
Evan Teitelbaum went from all in earlier to the chip leader at the second break. He sits at the top with 119,500 but Peter Horenstein is not far behind with 114,000.
Lisa Levy is the only other player with a six-digit stack and he 101,000 puts her in third. She’s coming off a nice run in Hollywood where she won the $250 Ladies Event during the Poker Showdown series.