2016 Coco Poker Open

2016 Coco Poker Open Leaderboard Final Standings

Here’s a look at the Coco Poker Open Tournament Leaderboard top 10 finishers, their total points and corresponding payouts.

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1. Rafael Indriago – 462.52 – $1,200
2. John Holley – 421.76 – $500
3. Daniel Genachte – 351.64 – $250
4. Evan Dollinger – 326.74 – $250
5. Elliott Zaydman – 306.55 – $250
6. Stu Paterson  – 271.83 – $199
7. George Duffield – 258.57 – $199
8. Blaine McRae – 253.87 – $199
9. Frank Giordano – 251.38 – $199
10. Lisa Teebagy – 238.54 – $199

A Look Back at the 2016 Coco Poker Open

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The 2016 Coco Poker Open ran September 21st-October 2nd at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek in Coconut Creek, Florida. In that time, 15 players became South Florida champions with Ian O’Hara taking the headline as the Championship winner. O’Hara outlasted 331 players in the $2,500 event to earn $212,830 along with a $5,250 seat in next summer’s Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open in Hollywood.

Ian O'Hara
Ian O’Hara

Joining O’Hara as a series headliner was Stu Paterson. Paterson, who won the Coco Poker Showdown Championship in January of this  year, bested 769 entries in the $350 buy-in, $250,000 guarantee event to earn $38,941 following an eight-way chop.

Stuart Paterson, Event 13 Champion
Stu Paterson

Here’s a look at all 15 Coco Poker Open primary event winners:

That’s a wrap on the Coco Poker Open. Thanks for following along!

Event 15: Jonathan Rosa Leads as Ten Survivors Paid

2016 Coco Poker Open
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
Coconut Creek, FL
Event #15
$140 No Limit Hold’em Survivor (Re-Entry)
Entries: 59
Prize Pool: $10,000
October 2, 2016

Event 15 winners
Event 15 winners

The last tournament on the 2016 Coco Poker Open schedule was a nice Survivor tournament to end the series on a Sunday afternoon/evening. The tournament drew 59 entrants with the last ten players dividing up the $10,000 prize pool.

The tournament quickly played down to the last two tables when things stalled as they neared the money. It played very much like a satellite where everyone was aiming for the same prize. There was little cause to mix it up with speculative hands with the deep, slow structure.

They approached the bubble after nearly six hours of play and they reached the money when Jonathan Rosa moved all-in with 5d2d after the kdtd5c flop, then hit his flush on the turn to best kcqh. His opponent was eliminated, the final ten players were in the money, and Rosa had the biggest stack at the end.

That hand concluded the 2016 Coco Poker Open, a great series with big money and incredible players.

Event 13 Results:

1st: David Coughlin – $1,000
2nd: Scott Krautman – $1,000
3rd: Rickey Barger – $1,000
4th: Oneil McCalla – $1,000
5th: Roger Andreu – $1,000
6th: John DiPietro – $1,000
7th: Paul Steiner – $1,000
8th: Evan Dollinger – $1,000
9th: Anthony Vulpis – $1,000
10th: Jonathan Rosa – $1,000

Event 13: Stuart Paterson Dominates Day 2 to Win Title

2016 Coco Poker Open
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
Coconut Creek, FL
Event #13
$350 No Limit Hold’em
Entries: 769
Prize Pool: $250,000
September 29-October 2, 2016

Stuart Paterson, Event 13 Champion
Stuart Paterson, Event 13 Champion

The biggest tournament outside the Coco Poker Open Championship was the $250,000 Guaranteed Event 13 No Limit Hold’em tournament on the last weekend of the series. It drew 769 entrants over multiple starting days and it was popular local pro Stuart Paterson outlasting them all to earn the title.

Event 13 had six starting flights spread over three days and the biggest crowd came out on Saturday evening. Each flight played down to 9% of its starting field to make the money and surviving players returned for Day 2.

There were 73 players back on Sunday with Phil Hernz as the big leader. He would not play a part in the latter parts of the tournament as Paterson asserted his skills early to build the biggest stack in the room.

The tournament quickly dropped down to 12 players at the dinner break and two quick eliminations afterward set the final table. SHRP regulars Michael Newman and Nancy Birnbaum went out in 10th and 9th place respectively and the last eight decided to negotiate a deal to chop up the remaining prize pool.

It took some effort but they eventually worked it out. Paterson was declared the champion with his huge chip lead while the other seven players earned a little extra money based on their position.

This is the second big Coco Poker score for Paterson in less than a year. In January, Paterson was the last player standing in the 161-entrant field during the 2016 Coco Poker Showdown Championship. He earned more than $32,000 for that victory and nearly another $39,000 for this title to push him over $800,000 in career tournament earnings.

Event 13 results:

1st: Stuart Paterson – $38,941
2nd: John Spadavecchia – $27,305
3rd: Jeff Charlton – $20,795
4th: Vlad Grach – $18,422
5th: Andrew Martin – $17,811
6th: David Maslowski – $16,711
7th: Elliott Zaydman – $15,746
8th: Andrew Bennis – $15,684
9th: Nancy Birnbaum – $3,488
10th: Michael Newman – $2,494

Event 15: Registration Closed; Final Ten Split $10,000

$140 No Limit Hold’em Survivor (Re-Entry)
Level 9: 600/1,200/200 Ante
Players Remaining: 17 of 59

While the Event 13 field was playing down to a winner, registration closed on the final event of the 2016 Coco Poker Open. The $140 No Limit Hold’em Survivor tournament drew 59 entrants so the final table ten will each split the $10,000 prize pool.

2016 Coco Poker Open
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
Coconut Creek, FL
Event #15
$140 No Limit Hold’em Survivor (Re-Entry)
Entries: 59
Prize Pool: $10,000
October 2, 2016

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Event 13: Stu Paterson Wins Title in 8-Way Deal

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Level 26: 30,000/60,000/10,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 8 of 769

Stuart Paterson, Event 13 Champion
Stuart Paterson, Event 13 Champion

It took a little negotiating, but the last eight players in Event 13 came to an agreement to chop up the remaining prize pool. With the average stack about to hit 15 big blinds, they worked everything out and SHRP regular and Coco Poker Showdown champion Stu Paterson was declared the winner courtesy of his chip lead.

Full details on the deal:

1st: Stuart Paterson – $38,941
2nd: John Spadavecchia – $27,305
3rd: Jeff Charlton – $20,795
4th: Vlad Grach – $18,422
5th: Andrew Martin – $17,811
6th: David Maslowski – $16,711
7th: Elliott Zaydman – $15,746
8th: Andrew Bennis – $15,684

Event 13: Nancy Birnbaum – 9th Place ($3,488)

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Level 26: 30,000/60,000/10,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 8 of 769

Nancy Birnbaum
Nancy Birnbaum

Jeff Charlton opened for 140,000. It folded around to Nancy Birnbaum on the button and she jammed for 435,000. It folded all the way back around to Charlton and he called. Birnbaum was at risk.

Birnbaum: ahkh
Charlton: qd9d

Runout: qc5h3h6s6c

Charlton improved to a pair of queens and eliminated Birnbaum in 9th place. Immediately following the bustout, the remaining eight players began talking chop. Stay tuned!

Nancy Birnbaum – Eliminated in 9th place ($3,488)

Event 13: Michael Newman – 10th Place ($2,494)

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Level 26: 30,000/60,000/10,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 9 of 769

Michael Newman
Michael Newman

John Spadavecchia opened to 160,000 from under the gun and Michael Newman moved all-in for 625,000 from the small blind. Spadavecchia called and it was another race to stay in the game.

Newman: 8s8c
Spadavecchia: ahqs

Newman was ahead but Spadavecchia took over on the kcqc5d flop. It only got worse for Newman as the rest of the board finished up a full house asqh to send him out in tenth place.

Event 13: Final Table Lineup

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Returning to Level 25: 25,000/50,000/5,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 10 of 769

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Player redrew seats for the final table with Stu Paterson continuing to lead the pack.

Seat 1: Jeff Charlton – 1,065,000 (21 bb)
Seat 2: Michael Newman – 715,000 (14 bb)
Seat 3: Stu Paterson – 3,000,000 (60 bb)
Seat 4: John Spadavecchia – 1,245,000 (25 bb)
Seat 5: Vlad Grach – 1,540,000 (31 bb)
Seat 6: David Maslowski – 605,000 (12 bb)
Seat 7: Nancy Birnbaum – 740,000 (15 bb)
Seat 8: Andrew Martin – 1,290,000 (26 bb)
Seat 9: Andrew Bennis – 1,275,000 (26 bb)
Seat 10: Elliott Zaydman – 1,025,000 (21 bb)

Stu Paterson – 3,000,000 (60 bb)
Vlad Grach – 1,540,000 (31 bb)
Andrew Martin – 1,290,000 (26 bb)
Andrew Bennis – 1,275,000 (26 bb)
John Spadavecchia – 1,245,000 (25 bb)
Jeff Charlton – 1,065,000 (21 bb)
Elliott Zaydman – 1,025,000 (21 bb)
Nancy Birnbaum – 740,000 (15 bb)
Michael Newman – 715,000 (14 bb)
David Maslowski – 605,000 (12 bb)

1st – $63,089
2nd – $36,547
3rd – $23,984
4th – $16,109
5th – $11,234
6th – $8,734
7th – $6,734
8th – $4,984
9th – $3,488
10th – $2,494

Event 13: Greg Barker – 11th Place ($2,494)

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Returning to Level 25: 25,000/50,000/5,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 10 of 769

Greg Barker
Greg Barker

While Daniel Betts was going out on Table 16, Greg Barker was all-in and in danger himself but ahead with ahkd against Jeff Charlton’s adqc.

The fates switched on the qsjc5c flop and Barker could not find a save on the 2d turn or 8d river to go out in 11th place.

Two quick hands after the dinner break and staff paused the clock to form the final table ten.

Event 13: Daniel Betts – 12th Place ($2,494)

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Returning to Level 25: 25,000/50,000/5,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 11 of 769

Daniel Betts
Daniel Betts

Stu Paterson opened to 115,000 from the cutoff and Daniel Betts moved all-in for 910,000 from the small blind.

Vladislav Grach released his big blind and Paterson called to put Betts at risk.

Paterson: jhjd
Betts: ahqd

Betts needed to catch to stay alive for the double but the board ran 9d6s3d3h6c to send him out shortly after the dinner break.

Event 13: Paterson Leads On Dinner Break

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Returning to Level 25: 25,000/50,000/5,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 12 of 769

Stu Paterson
Stu Paterson

We ran the numbers on the twelve remaining players and Stu Paterson will return with the chip with Vladislav Grach, John Spadavecchia, and Andrew Martin the only players with seven-digit stacks.

With the last hand elimination, the tables will be balanced once players return from dinner.

Table 16
Seat 1: John Spadavecchia – 1,390,000 (28 bb)
Seat 2: –Empty–
Seat 3: Jeff Charlton – 675,000 (14 bb)
Seat 4: Andrew Bennis – 925,000 (19 bb)
Seat 5: –Empty–
Seat 6: Michael Newman – 795,000 (16 bb)
Seat 7: Greg Barker – 420,000 (8 bb)
Seat 8: Stu Paterson – 1,990,000 (40 bb)
Seat 9: Nancy Birnbaum – 630,000 (13 bb)

Table 17
Seat 1: –Empty–
Seat 2: –Empty–
Seat 3: Vladislav Grach
Seat 4: Andrew Martin
Seat 5: –Empty–
Seat 6: David Maslowski – 685,000 (14 bb)
Seat 7: –Empty–
Seat 8: Elliott Zaydman – 965,000 (19 bb)
Seat 9: Daniel Letts – 875,000 (18 bb)

Chip counts:

Stu Paterson – 1,990,000 (40 bb)
Vladislav Grach – 1,540,000 (31 bb)
John Spadavecchia – 1,390,000 (28 bb)
Andrew Martin – 1,255,000 (25 bb)
Elliott Zaydman – 965,000 (19 bb)
Andrew Bennis – 925,000 (19 bb)
Daniel Letts – 875,000 (18 bb)
Michael Newman – 795,000 (16 bb)
David Maslowski – 685,000 (14 bb)
Jeff Charlton – 675,000 (14 bb)
Nancy Birnbaum – 630,000 (13 bb)
Greg Barker – 420,000 (8 bb)

Remaining Payouts:

1st – $63,089
2nd – $36,547
3rd – $23,984
4th – $16,109
5th – $11,234
6th – $8,734
7th – $6,734
8th – $4,984
9th – $3,488
10th-12th – $2,494

Event 14: Marc Amarante Wins Coco Poker Open Deep Stack Turbo Bounty

2016 Coco Poker Open
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
Coconut Creek, FL
Event #14
$100 Deep Stack Turbo Bounty
Entries: 52
Prize Pool: $3,700
October 2, 2016

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Marc Amarante won the 14th primary event of the 2016 Coco Poker Open Sunday night at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek. The tournament was a $100 buy-in Deep Stack Turbo Bounty and drew 52 entries. Amarante took home the top prize following a four-way chop that saw him pocket $1,100.

The tournament kicked off at 12pm. With 15-minute levels and 16,000-chip starting stacks, action was fast throughout. It took just five and a half hours from kickoff to Steve Touitou’s 5th-place elimination. It was then that Amarante along with Rick Kalgstein, George Duffield and Steven Swaim agreed to an ICM chop.

Amarante is 24 years old and resides in Miami. The victory marks his first major tournament score.

Event 14 final results:

1st: Marc Amarante – $1,100
2nd: Rick Kalgstein – $851
3rd: George Duffield – $670
4th: Steven Swaim – $561
5th: Steven Touitou – $296
6th: Gregg Weiss – $222

Event 13: Lawrence Kiang Eliminated in 13th Place ($1,994) on Last Hand Before Break

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
End of Level 24: 20,000/40,000/5,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 12 of 769

Lawrence Kiang got the last of his stack on the final hand before the 45-minute dinner break. Kiang held ackh and was flipping with Andrew Martin’s tcth.

The flop brought the asahjs and the turn was the 7h. Kiang improved to trips, but still needed to fade a 10 on the river. He couldn’t, as it fell the td spiking a fullhouse for Martin. Kiang was covered and busted in 13th place earning $1,994.

Players are now on a 45-minute dinner break. Cards go back in the air at about 7:20pm. Complete chip counts with seat assignments will be posted shortly.

Andrew Martin – 1,390,000
Lawrence Kiang – Eliminated in 13th place ($1,994)

Event 13: Rava Mahtani Eliminated in 16th Place ($1,694) by John Spadavecchia

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Level 24: 20,000/40,000/5,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 15 of 769

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Rava Mahtani (right) and John Spadavecchia (left)

John Spadavaecchia opened from under the gun for 85,000 and Rava Mahtani shoved for 359,000 more from his direct left. The remaining players in the hand folded and Mahtani was at risk in a classic race.

Mahtani: jcjd
Spadavecchia: acks

Runout: ahkd8hadqh

The runout couldn’t have hit Spadavecchia any harder. He improved to a fullhouse and scored the bustout. Mahtani was eliminated in 16th place earning $1,694.

John Spadavecchia – 850,000
Rava Mahtani – Eliminated in 16th place ($1,694)

Event 15: Last Hurrah

$140 No Limit Hold’em Survivor (Re-Entry)
Level 1: 50/100

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It’s almost time to put a bow on the 2016 Coco Poker Open as the last tournament on the schedule gets ready to kick off. We’ve run 14 events so far with one more chance to pick up some Coco cash.

Event 15 will give entrants plenty of room to play with some big guaranteed money waiting for the final table. The tournament has a $140 buy-in and will run with a Survivor format, locking up a $1,000 payout for at least the last ten players.

Players will start with 10,000 stacks and the event will run 30-minute levels throughout. Late registration and unlimited re-entries are available until the start of Level 7 around 9:15pm and they won’t stop (other than breaks) until everyone remaining is making some money.

Cards are about to fly and we’ll have updates along the way.

  • $10,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
  • Players begin with 10,000 in tournament chips and 30-minute levels
  • Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 7
  • 1 in 10 paid, final 10 players guaranteed $1,000 each
  • This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
  • Event 15 Structure Sheet

Event 14: Marc Amarante Wins in Four-Way Chop

$100 Deep Stack Turbo Bounty (Re-Entry)
Level 21: 10,000/20,000/1,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 4 of 52

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Marc Amarante won Event 14 of the Coco Poker Open — today’s 12pm $100 Deep Stack Turbo Bounty — following a four-way chop. A a more complete report will be posted later this evening. In the meantime, here’s a look at the final results:

1st: Marc Amarante – $1,100
2nd: Rick Kalgstein – $851
3rd: George Duffield – $670
4th: Steven Swaim – $561
5th: Steven Touitou – $296
6th: Gregg Weiss – $222

 

Event 13: Andrew Bennis Doubles through John Spadavecchia

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Level 22: 12,000/24,000/3,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 17 of 769

Andrew Bennis
Andrew Bennis

John Spadavecchia limped and Andrew Bennis was on the button. Bennis raised to 80,000 and it folded around to Spadavecchia who called.

The flop fell kc9h7s and Spadavecchia bet 85,000. Bennis promptly moved all-in for 415,000 more.

“Wow,” Spadavecchia said.

After a minute or two of thought, Spadavecchia called and the hands were tabled.

Bennis: 9c9d for middle set
Spadavecchia: kdqs for top pair

Runout: jh3s

Andrew Bennis (left) and John Spadavecchia (foreground)
Andrew Bennis (left) and John Spadavecchia (foreground)

Bennis’ set held and he doubled through Spadavecchia to cross 1,000,000 chips.

Andrew Bennis – 1,270,000
John Spadavecchia – 820,000

Event 13: Nancy Birnbaum Hanging Around

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Level 21: 10,000/20,000/2,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 20 of 769

Nancy Birnbaum (left) and Bob Mather
Nancy Birnbaum (left) and Bob Mather

In a blind-versus-blind battle, Nancy Birnbaum was in the small against Bob Mather in the big. The flop was 9h7c6s. Birnbaum checked and Mather bet 25,000. Birnbaum called.

Fourth street was the jd and both players checked.

Birnbaum lead the river 6d for 50,000 and Mather folded.

Birnbaum has been pretty quiet today, but she now sits with 592,000.

Nancy Birnbaum – 592,000
Bob Mather – 305,000

Event 13: Greg Marcus and Phil Hernz Among Recent Eliminations

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Level 21: 10,000/20,000/2,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 22 of 769

With a 20,000 big blind, a flurry of bustouts accompanied the start of Level 21. Here’s a look at the most recent eliminations:

Greg Marcus
Greg Marcus

23rd: Phil Hernz – $1,466
24th: Kevin Curran – $1,466
25th: Jason Gooch – $1,466
26th: Edward Medoff – $1,466
27th: Greg Marcus – $1,466
28th: Yves Fequire – $1,244
29th: Lawrence Gradus – $1,244

Additional results are available in the posts below.

Event 13: Notables Counts following the Break

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Level 21: 10,000/20,000/2,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 26 of 769

Here’s a look at some of the notable chip counts following the second break of the day:

Stu Paterson – 1,575,000
John Spadavecchia – 1,312,000
Nancy Birnbaum – 596,000
Andrew Bennis – 596,000
Elliott Zaydman – 505,000
Bob Mather – 339,000
Phil Hernz – 305,000
Jason Gooch – 208,000
Scott Zakheim – 203,000
Nick Visconti – 112,000

Event 13: John Spadavecchia Second in Chips with Three Tables Remaining

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Level 20: 8,000/16,000/2,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 27 of 769

John Spadavecchia
John Spadavecchia

The final 27 players just redrew to three tables. Stu Paterson leads with 1,538,000, but John Spadavecchia is hot on his trail with 1,235,000. The leaders are the only two above the 1,000,000 mark and they’re looking to keep the rungood coming late in the event.

The final three tables at a glance:

Table 16
Table 16
Table 17
Table 17
Table 18
Table 18

Event 13: John Depersio and John Holley Among Recent Eliminations

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Level 20: 8,000/16,000/2,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 29 of 769

John Depersio
John Depersio
John Holley
John Holley

30th: Claudio Kalili – $1,244
31st: Michael Mascitelli – $1,244
32nd: Steven Cardarelli – $1,244
33rd: John Depersio – $1,244
34th: Sean Bauerschmidt – $1,244
35th: John Holley – $1,244
36th: Mitchell Smith – $1,244
37th: Nagui Yassa – $1,044
38th: Jasmine Schofill Nuss – $1,044
39th: Brian Sodre – $1,044
40th: Dolphus Powers – $1,044
41st: David Shmuel – $1,044
42nd: Joseph Romeo – $1,044
43rd: Claudionei Barbosa – $1,044
44th: Michael Moreno – $1,044
45th: Charlemagne Benjamin – $1,044

1st – $63,089
2nd – $36,547
3rd – $23,984
4th – $16,109
5th – $11,234
6th – $8,734
7th – $6,734
8th – $4,984
9th – $3,488
10th-12th – $2,494
13th-15th – $1,994
16th-18th – $1,694
19th-27th – $1,466
28th-29th – $1,244

Additional results available in the posts below.

Event 14: Prize Pool Finalized

$100 Deep Stack Turbo Bounty (Re-Entry)
Level 15: 2,500/5,000/500 Ante
Players Remaining: 16 of 52

Registration is closed in today’s 12pm $100 Deep Stack Turbo Bounty and the prize pool is finalized. The tournament drew 52 entries and the $3,700 prize pool — which meets the $5,000 guarantee after you factor in the $1,300 in bounties — pays the top six players. A  min-cash earns $222 while the tournament’s champion pockets $1,443 along with any bounties accumulated.

Payout details:

2016 Coco Poker Open
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
Coconut Creek, FL
Event #14
$100 Deep Stack Turbo Bounty
Entries:52
Prize Pool: $3,700
October 2, 2016

1st – $1,443
2nd – $851
3rd – $518
4th – $370
5th – $296
6th – $222

The clock shows 16 players remaining and among them are Lisa Teebagy and Daniel Genachte. Both these players made Day 2 in the $250,000 guarantee, busted and late registered the bounty.

We’ll provide another update when the tournament concludes.

Event 13: Andrew Martin’s Boat > Michael Newman’s Trips

$350 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $250,000 Guaranteed
Level 19: 6,000/12,000/1,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 36 of 769

Andrew Martin
Andrew Martin

Seminole regular Michael Newman was on the button and raised. It folded to Andrew Martin the big blind and he called.

Flop: th8d3s — Both players checked.

Turn: th8d3sas — Martin lead for 22,000. Newman called.

River: th8d3sasah — Martin lead for 45,000. Newman calmly but quickly announced “Call”. Martin turned over 8s8h for a fullhouse and Newman’s ad7d trips was second best. Martin won the pot.

Andrew Martin – 468,000
Michael Newman – 410,000

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