2018 Lucky Hearts Poker Open Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, Florida Event 16 $360 Black Chip Bounty NLH (Re-Entry) Entries: 100 Prize Pool: $20,000 January 20, 2018
Event 16 of the 2018 Lucky Hearts Poker Open was a $360 Black Chip Bounty NLH (Re-Entry) tournament. A total of 100 entries took part and generated a prize pool of $20,000. First place was set at $6,100, and emerging victorious outright was 32-year-old Brad Albrinck.
If that name seems familiar, it’s because Albrinck bagged the Day 1A chip lead of the $3,500 WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open Championship on Friday night. How did he spend his day off? By winning a trophy in Event 16.
“I’ve run pretty hot for two days straight, and it’s been a good trip,” Albrinck said after his win. “No doubt about that.”
Although players from Day 1B of the Championship event overtook Albrinck for the overall chip lead, he is still third in chips entering Day 2.
“It will be pretty fun to come in with a lot of chips, especially for such a big event, but for now the best thing for me is to get some sleep.”
1st: Brad Albrinck – $6,100
2nd: Paul Wade Williams – $3,750
3rd: Matthew Morgan – $2,300
4th: Luciano Nardi – $1,500
5th: Alexandra Sherman – $1,170
6th: Tonia Sledd – $935
7th: Christopher Halkitis – $795
8th: Yousef Nassr – $690
9th: Michael Lerner – $610
10th: Roberto Bendeck – $550
11th: Raminder Singh – $550
12th: Jill Fiorentino – $550
13th: Philippe Goureau – $500
$360 Black Chip Bounty NLH (Re-Entry) Structure
Level 1: 25/50
The WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open Championship is cruising right along and we have a nice tournament this evening for those already set for a Day 2 return. Event 16 is a Black Chip Bounty tournament with snappy levels and rewards for aggression.
The tournament has a $360 buy-in with $100 of it going into a bounty prize pool on each player’s head. Each entrant will begin with 10,000 stacks and play 20-minute levels. Late registration and unlimited re-entries are available until the start of Level 9 at 8pm and blind levels will increase to 30 minutes at the final table.
This is a one-day trophy event and we will lock up another LHPO champ before the night is through.
Players begin with 10,000 in chips and 20-minute levels
Final table levels will last 30 minutes
Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 9
This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion