Stephen Thomas Wins Last RunGood Trophy After Five-Way Deal

2022 RunGood Poker Series
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
Event 9
$200 Double Green Chip Bounty NLH (Re-Entry)
$20,000 Guaranteed
Entries:  222
Prize Pool:  $24,420
Bounty Prize Pool: $11,100
May 2, 2022

Stephen Thomas. RunGood Event 9 champ

The last tournament on the RunGood Poker Series kicked off Monday night with a $200 Double Green Chip Bounty that drew a lot of players for a lot of fun. In the end, Stephen Thomas took home the last trophy of the series along with $3,739 after a five-way deal at the final table.

The tournament had a $20,000 guarantee and this tournament continued the trend of blasting those numbers. They combined to create a regular prize pool worth $24,420 with another $11,100 available in the form of bounties.


1stStephen Thomas$3,739 *
2ndAndrew Daire$3,565 *
3rdJames Cornell Jr$3,544 *
4thDomenico Barilla$2,565 *
5thTuan Phan$1,687 *
6thJuan Mubarak$974
7thNicole Huete$830
8thDamion Loli$708
9thLong Nguyen$582
10thAndrew Smith$513
11thWilliam Swicicki$513
12thJeffrey Pachter$513
13thMario De La Puente$440
14thRalph Spadafore$440
15thBernard Lynch Iii$440
16thMiguel Briganty$366
17thSteve Smith$366
18thArun Dabas$366
19thSpencer Liebmann$293
20thJoseph Murphy$293
21stBrian Barros Vazquez$293
22ndJoseph Petrolino$226
23rdShamica Lamar$226
24thGinold Rendel$226
25thAli Ozesen$181
26thJason Cooper$181
27thKimani Mckoy$181
28thMiguel Martinez$169

* – denotes results of a five-way deal

Event 9: Prize Pool and Payouts

2022 RunGood Poker Series
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
Event 9
$200 Double Green Chip Bounty NLH (Re-Entry)
$20,000 Guaranteed
Entries:  222
Prize Pool:  $24,420
Bounty Prize Pool: $11,100
May 2, 2022

Registration closed for the last tournament on the RunGood Poker Series schedule with 222 entries in the $200 Double Green Chip Bounty. They put $24,420 in the regular prize pool and another $11,100 up for grabs as bounties. The last 18 spots will be paid with $169 for a min-cash and $5,824 up top for the last champ of the series.

1st: $5,824 + RunGood trophy
2nd: $4,074
3rd: $2,503
4th: $1,523
5th: $1,176
6th: $974
7th: $830
8th: $708
9th: $582
10th-12th: $513
13th-15th: $440
16th-18th: $366
19th-21st: $293
22nd-24th: $226
25th-27th: $181
28th: $169

Event 9: Closing with a Bounty

$200 Double Green Chip Bounty NLH (Re-Entry)
$20,000 Guaranteed | Structure
Level 1:  100/100

The last trophy event on the RunGood Poker Series schedule is the $200 Double Green Chip Bounty tournament this evening at 6 pm. It has a $20,000 guaranteed prize pool and each player has a $50 bounty on their head.

Players start with huge 40K stacks and the first eight levels last 15 minutes, going up to 90 from Level 9 until the end. Late registration and unlimited re-entries are available until the start of Level 11 at 9:10 pm.

This will be a great way to close out the series and we expect a huge crowd this evening.

  • $20,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
  • Players begin with 40,000 in chips
  • Levels 1-8 last 15 minutes; Levels 9+ last 20 minutes
  • Late registration until start of Level 11 (9:10pm)
  • This is a one-day tournament and plays to completion
  • Event 9 Structure Sheet

Jeff Trudeau Defeats David Prociak in WSOP Circuit High Roller, Wins $46K, Gold Ring

Below is the final report from Event 9, $2,200 High Roller, which concluded Friday alongside Day 1A of the Main Event

2019 September WSOP Circuit
Seminole Casino Coconut  Creek
Coconut Creek, Florida
Event 9
$2,200 High Roller (Re-Entry)
$50,000 Guaranteed
Entries: 73
Prize Pool: $146,000
September 26-27, 2019

One of the premiere events of the 2019 World Series of Poker Circuit at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek concluded Friday night in South Florida. The tournament was the $2,200 High Roller Re-Entry and it was Florida’s Jeff Trudeau that defeated the 73-entry field scoring $46,363 and his seventh gold ring.

“I feel pretty good,” Trudeau told the WSOP after the win. “I just played and ran really well during the final table. I had some very fortunate spots.”

Good fortune was needed against a decorated final table that stacked up as follows:

Seat 1: Carlos Guerrero
Seat 2: Brett Bader
Seat 3: Nicholas Visconti
Seat 4: Chad Eveslage
Seat 5: Jeffrey Trudeau
Seat 6: Sam Panzica
Seat 7: Jason Shinbaum
Seat 8: John Corsi
Seat 9: David Prociak

Trudeau and fellow Floridian David Prociak were neck-and-neck to start the final table with 73 and 71 big blinds apiece. The top duo took control as each of their tough competitors hit the rail leaving them to battle it out heads-up for the trophy and top prize. Prociak had a huge heads-up lead, but eventually succumbed to Trudeau.

For Prociak, the runner-up finish earned him $28,655. For Trudeau, it was an impressive seventh ring and a score that moved him over $1,700,000 in career earnings.

With 73 entries, the $50,000 guarantee was smashed to the tune of a $146,000 prize pool. The top 11 spots paid and the final tournament results are available below.

1st: Jeffrey Trudeau – $46,363 + WSOP Circuit ring
2nd: David Prociak – $28,655
3rd: Carlos Guerrero – $18,984
4th: Sam Panzica – $13,308
5th: Brett Bader – $9,451
6th: Chad Eveslage – $7,128
7th: Nicholas Visconti – $5,636
8th: John Corsi – $4,683
9th: Jason Shinbaum – $4,100
10th: Howard Mash – $4,100
11th: Bryce McVay – $3,792

High Roller: Jeffrey Trudeau Defeats David Prociak for the Title

$2,200 High Roller (Re-Entry)
$50,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 24: 10,000/25,000 with a 25,000 ante

Jeffrey Trudeau

Jeffrey Trudeau limped his button and David Prociak raised to 90,000. Trudeau moved all in and Prociak called at risk for 490,000.

Trudeau: Ac6d
Prociak: AsKc

Prociak was ahead for the needed double but Trudeau made two pair on the Ah6s3h flop. The 3h turn did not help Prociak and Trudeau earned his seventh WSOP Circuit ring after the river came 7c.

Congrats to Jeff! We will post a full tournament recap tomorrow morning.

1st: Jeffrey Trudeau – $46,363 + WSOP Circuit ring
2nd: David Prociak – $28,655

David Prociak

High Roller: Heads-Up Underway

$2,200 High Roller (Re-Entry)
$50,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 23: 10,000/20,000 with a 20,000 ante
Players Remaining: 2 of 73

Jeffrey Trudeau (left) versus David Prociak (right)

After Carlos Guerrero was eliminated, the blinds went up and the WSOP Circuit ring was brought to the table. Heads-up is underway with David Prociak leading against Jeffrey Trudeau.

Seat 5: Jeffrey Trudeau – 730,000 (37 bb)
Seat 9: David Prociak – 1,460,000 (73 bb)

Remaining payouts:

1st: $46,363 + WSOP Circuit ring
2nd: $28,655

High Roller: Carlos Guerrero – 3rd Place ($18,984)

$2,200 High Roller (Re-Entry)
$50,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 22: 8,000/16,000 with a 16,000 ante
Players Remaining: 2 of 73

Carlos Guerrero

David Prociak limped the button and Carlos Guerrero raised to 100,000 from the small blind. Jeffrey Trudeau folded his big blind, Prociak announced “all in” and Guerrero called at risk for ~500,000.

Prociak: AsAc
Guerrero: QsQh

It was a cooler for Guerrero in the High Roller and no miracle appeared on the 6c6d2d6hJs board to save his seat.

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David Prociak – 1,460,000 (91 bb)
Carlos Guerrero – Eliminated in 3rd Place ($18,984)

High Roller: Sam Panzica – 4th Place ($13,308)

$2,200 High Roller (Re-Entry)
$50,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 21: 6,000/12,000 with a 12,000 ante
Players Remaining: 3 of 73

Sam Panzica

In a battle of the blinds, David Prociak and Sam Panzica were flipping with Prociak at risk. Prociak’s 7s7d held against Panzica’s Ac6c on the Qd9s8cJh4c run out.

Prociak doubled up, Panzica was left with less than two big blinds, and he was eliminated soon after.

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David Prociak – 610,000 (51 bb)
Sam Panzica – Eliminated in 4th Place ($13,308)

High Roller: Brett Bader – 5th Place ($9,451)

$2,200 High Roller (Re-Entry)
$50,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 21: 6,000/12,000 with a 12,000 ante
Players Remaining: 4 of 73

Brett Bader

Jeffrey Trudeau opened to 25,000 from under the gun and Brett Bader moved all in for 125,000 from the big blind. Trudeau quickly called and Bader was in trouble.

Trudeau: KsKc
Bader: 8s8c

Trudeau’s kings were dominating and nothing on the Ts9d2c9cTc would keep him in the High Roller.

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Jeffrey Trudeau – 1,070,000 (89 bb)
Brett Bader – Eliminated in 5th Place ($9,451)