Event 9: Sebastian Kos Wins After Four-Way Deal

2018 Lucky Hearts Poker Open
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino 
Hollywood, Florida
Event 9
$570 Pot-Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Entries: 80
Prize Pool: $40,000
January 15, 2018

                                                                                 Sebastian Kos

Event 9 of the 2018 Lucky Hearts Poker Open was a $570 Pot-Limit Omaha (Re-Entry) tournament. A total of 80 entries created a prize pool of $40,000 with the top 10 places being paid.

When the money bubble burst and the final 10 players converged at one table, 2016 Seminole Hard Rock Player of the Year David Prociak was the chip leader. He eliminated four of the first five players to fall at the final table and seemed primed to win his fifth Pot-Limit Omaha title at the Seminole Hard Rock. However, his run came to an abrupt end as he went from chip leader with five players remaining to out in fifth place, opening the door for Sebastian Kos to emerge as the official victor after a four-handed deal was reached.

Kos was third in chips to begin the final table and held steady while Prociak thinned the field. When Prociak’s luck began to change, Kos scored the final blow by eliminating him in fifth place.

With the remaining players all within four big blinds of each other, they agreed to look at the numbers and eventually agreed to a deal.

For Kos, it marks his fourth cash in a major series event at the Seminole Hard Rock and his first trophy. It also bumps him toward the $120,000 mark in career tournament winnings.

Final Results
1st: Sebastian Kos – $7,557*
2nd: Marcus Stein – $7,429*
3rd: Leandro Peirano – $7,284*
4th: Edward Han – $7,230*
5th: David Prociak – $2,500
6th: Fito Rascosvky – $2,000
7th: Peter Eichhardt – $1,800
8th: Zack Milchman – $1,600
9th: Artem Maksimov – $1,400
10th: Joseph Irgon – $1,200

*denotes four-way deal

Event 9: We Have a Deal!

$570 Pot Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 18: 3,000/6,000
Players Remaining: 4 of 80

Sebastian Kos – 1st Place

The remaining four players agreed to a deal. Here were their chip counts at the time, followed by their subsequent payouts.

Sebastian Kos – 254,000
Marcus Stein – 244,000
Leandro Peirano – 233,000
Edward Han – 229,000

As chip leader, Sebastian Kos is officially the winner of Event 9 of the 2018 Lucky Hearts Poker Open.

Sebastian Kos – $7,557
Marcus Stein – $7,429
Leandro Peirano – $7,284
Edward Han -$7,230

A tournament recap will be posted later tonight.

Marcus Stein – 2nd Place
Leandro Peirano – 3rd Place
Edward Han – 4th Place

Event 9: David Prociak – 5th Place ($2,500)

$570 Pot Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 18: 3,000/6,000
Players Remaining: 4 of 80

                                                                            David Prociak – 5th Place

David Prociak raised to 14,000 from the button, Sebastian Kos three-bet to 62,000 from the small blind, and Prociak called.

The flop came down [8d][5d][2c],  Kos bet the pot, and Prociak called all in for about 35,000.

Prociak: [Qs][8s][5h][4h]
Kos: [Kd][Ks][10c][9c]

Prociak had outflopped Kos to take the lead with top two pair, The turn was the [7s], though, giving Kos an open-ended straight draw. The [Kc] river completed the board, giving Kos a set of kings to eliminate Prociak in fifth place for $2,500.

Sebastian Kos – 255,000 (43 bb)
David Prociak – Eliminated

Event 9: Edward Han and Marcus Stein Score Doubles Through David Prociak

$570 Pot Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 18: 3,000/6,000
Players Remaining: 5 of 80

In the span of about 15 minutes, David Prociak went from chip leader to short stack. Marcus Stein was the main beneficiary, scoring two double ups against Prociak, while Edward Han scored one in the middle.

On the first hand, with the board reading [8c][6c][3d], Stein was all in for about 45,000 with [Ah][Ad][8d][6h] for top two pair. Prociak had a ton of outs with [Qc][9s][8s][7s] for top pair with an open-ended straight draw, but found no help from the [3s] turn and [2d] river.

A few hands later with the flop reading [5c][3s][2h], Han was in the tank after Prociak check-raised a covering amount. Han apologized to the table a few times and tanked for about two minutes before he called all in for 109,000 with [Ah][Qh][6c][5d]. Prociak was well behind with [Kh][Qs][6d][5s] as Han had most of Prociak’s outs. The [7d] and [10h] river completed the board, and Han won the pot with a pair of fives with the ace kicker.

Not long after, following the river of a [Js][4s][2h][9h][Ks] board, Stein was all in for 56,000. Prociak called and Stein showed [As][10s][Xx][Xx], for an ace-high flush. Prociak showed [9s][5s][Xx][Xx] for an inferior flush and mucked, locking up another double for Stein.

Marcus Stein – 245,000 (41 bb)
Edward Han – 230,000 (38 bb)
David Prociak – 80,000 (13 bb)

Event 9: Fito Rascovsky – 6th Place ($2,000)

$570 Pot Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 17: 2,500/5,000
Players Remaining: 5 of 80

                                                                                 Fito Rascovsky – 6th Place

Fito Rascovsky was all in from under the gun for a total of 32,500 against David Prociak in the small blind.

Rascovsky: [As][Ks][Kc][8d]
Prociak: [Ac][9s][8s][4h]

The board came down [10c][7s][5h][6h][Ad], giving Prociak a ten-high straight to eliminate Rascovsky in sixth place.

“I didn’t even see him in the hand,” said Prociak. “I thought it was blind vs. blind.”

“He’s just so in the zone,” said tablemate Marcus Stein of Prociak. “Doesn’t even know he’s knocking everyone out.”

David Prociak – 440,000 (88 bb)
Fito Rascovsky – Eliminated

Event 9: Peter Eichhardt – 7th Place ($1,800)

$570 Pot Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 16: 2,000/4,000
Players Remaining: 6 of 80

                                                                         Peter Eichhardt – 7th Place

Following the turn of a [Qh][10h][3h][4c] board, Peter Eichhardt is all in from the big blind for about 35,000 with [Qs][Qc][9d][6d] for top set against David Prociak on the button with [Ah][7h][6s][2c] for an ace-high flush.

The river was the [7c], no help to Eichhardt, ending his tournament in seventh place for $1,800.

David Prociak – 450,000 (113 bb)
Peter Eichhardt – Eliminated

Event 9: Zack Milchman – 8th Place ($1,600)

$570 Pot Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 16: 2,000/4,000
Players Remaining: 7 of 80

                                                                                          Zack Milchman – 8th Place

Shortly after Artem Maksimov was eliminated in ninth place for $1,400, Zack Milchman raised to 14,000 from middle position. David Prociak reraised to 25,000 from the hijack, Milchman four-bet shoved for about 29,000, and Prociak called.

Milchman: [Qs][Qh][6h][4s]
Prociak: [Ks][Kd][9c][8c]

The board came down [Kh][3s][3c][4d][6d], giving Prociak kings full of threes to eliminate Milchman in eighth place for $1,600.

David Prociak – 375,000 (94 bb)
Zack Milchman – Eliminated

Event 9: Joseph Irgon – 10th Place ($1,200)

$570 Pot Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 14: 1,200/2,400
Players Remaining: 9 of 80

                                                                          Joseph Irgon – 10th Place

Following a flop of [Jc][8d][3s], David Prociak checked from middle position and Joseph Irgon bet the pot of 24,500 from the hijack. Prociak called, the [6d] turn fell, and Prociak bet the pot of 73,500. Irgon called all in for slightly less.

Prociak: [Kh][Kd][4d][3c]
Irgon: [Jd][10s][9h][7d]

Prociak led with a pair of kings and and held a better flush draw, although Irgon held a wrap and had outs to two pair, too.

The river was the [2h], no help to Irgon, ending his tournament in 10th place.

David Prociak – 315,000 (131 bb)
Joseph Irgon – Eliminated

Event 9: Final Table Lineup; David Prociak Leads

$570 Pot Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 14: 1,200/2,400
Players Remaining: 10 of 80

The starting field has been reduced to the final 10 players, and they’re now combined around the unofficial final table for Event 9.

Here’s the lineup:

Seat 1: Zack Milchman – 29,000 (12 bb)
Seat 2: David Prociak – 210,000 (87 bb)
Seat 3: Joseph Irgon – 105,000 (44 bb)
Seat 4: Sebastian Kos – 144,000 (60 bb)
Seat 5: Peter Eichhardt – 58,000 (24 bb)
Seat 6: Artem Maksimov – 21,000 (9 bb)
Seat 7: Fito Rascovsky – 61,000 (25 bb)
Seat 8: Leandro Peirano – 175,000 (73 bb)
Seat 9: Edward Han – 109,000 (45 bb)
Seat 10: Marcus Stein – 50,000 (20 bb)

Payouts
1st: $13,520 + trophy
2nd: $7,800
3rd: $4,880
4th: $3,300
5th: $2,500
6th: $2,000
7th: $1,800
8th: $1,600
9th: $1,400
10th: $1,200