David Albertson – 1,150,000
Neil Blumenfield – 600,000
Lisa Teebagy – 175,000
Neil Blumenfield raised to 16,000 from under the gun, David Albertson called from the cutoff and Lenny St. Germain three-bet all in for about 60,000 from the big blind. Blumenfield four-bet all in for about 160,000 and Albertson folded.
The board came down , safe for Blumenfield to eliminate St. Germain in fifth place.
Neil Blumenfield – 240,000
Lenny St. Germain – Eliminated in 5th Place ($2,316)
David Albertson raised to 25,000 from the button, Ebrahim Figueroa reraised all in for 153,000 from the big blind and Albertson mulled it over for a bit before he called.
The flops came down , giving Figueroa the lead with a pair of jacks.
The landed on the turn, however, locking up the pot for Albertson with a set of eights, rendering the river moot.
Cory Albertson – 745,000
Ebrahim Figueroa – Eliminated in 6th Place ($1,920)
In a battle of the blinds, Jerry Silva is all in for his last 35,000 from the big blind with against Lisa Teebagy in the small blind with .
The board runs out , giving Teebagy a pair of jacks to eliminate Silva in seventh place.
Lisa Teebagy – 785,000
Jerry Silva – Eliminated in 7th Place ($1,668)
Lisa Teebagy raised to 22,000 from under the gun, Robert Mantin three-bet all in from the hijack for 88,000 and Teebagy called after a few moments.
The board came down , giving Teebagy a set of nines to eliminate Mantin in eighth place.
Lisa Teebagy – 370,000
Robert Mantin – Eliminated in 8th Place ($1,498)
Following a flop of with about 85,000 in the pot, Lenny St. Germain checked from the big blind and Kelley Slay shoved for about 80,000 from middle position. David Albertson called from the hijack, Robert Mantin folded from the cutoff and St. Germain folded.
“Can’t fold this hand,” said Alberton, as he showed for a lot of draws.
Slay showed for a pair of queens with an inferior flush draw.
The turn and river completed the board, giving Albertson the better flush to eliminate Slay in ninth place.
David Albertson – 570,000
Kelley Slay – Eliminated in 9th Place ($1,290)
Michael Dreese raised all in from middle position for 65,000, Vittario Iemolo re-shoved from the hijack for 90,000 and Lenny St. Germain four-bet all in from the button for 180,000 and isolated the action.
The board ran out , giving Dreese fours full of nines to win the main pot and triple up.
St. Germain won the side pot, eliminating Iemolo in 10th place.
Michael Dreese – 210,000
Lenny St. Germain – 115,000
Vittatio Iemolo – Eliminated in 10th Place ($1,128)
The $360 Seniors NLH (Re-Entry) is down to the unofficial final table of 10 players from a starting field of 160 entries.
Here is the lineup, followed by the remaining payouts:
Seat 1: Vittario Iemolo – 103,000
Seat 2: Ebrahim Figueroa – 200,000
Seat 3: Lenny St. Germain – 179,000
Seat 4: Neil Blumenfield – 384,000
Seat 5: Lisa Teebagy – 280,000
Seat 6: Jerry Silva – 210,000
Seat 7: Kelley Slay – 78,000
Seat 8: David Albertson – 245,000
Seat 9: Robert Mantin – 137,000
Seat 10: Michael Dreese – 104,000
Final Table Payouts:
1st: $12,900 + Showdown trophy
After settling all the numbers, we have the official payout information for the Seniores Event. It drew 160 players to create a prize pool worth $48,000 and the last 20 spots will be paid.
A min-cash walks away with $672 while the next Seniors Champion will earn $12,900 along with the Showdown trophy and custom-framed winner’s photo courtesy of IMPDI.
2019 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
$360 Seniors 50+ NLH (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool: $48,000
April 5, 2019
$360 Seniors 50+ NLH (Re-Entry)
Level 7: 300/600 with a 600 ante
Taking a peek at the Seniors Event and they have practically filled up their side of the house. The 150 entries so far make it the biggest Seniors Event field since… last year’s Showdown Seniors Event when the buy-in was $300.
There are plenty of familiar faces in the game including Eli Levy who bagged up in Flight A of the Event 1 yesterday evening.
Their registration is set to close at 4:30pm and we will see if they can top the numbers from last year.