$3,500 RRPO Championship (Re-Entry) $2,000,000 Guarantee | Structure Level 8: 300/600 with a 75 ante Players Remaining: 125 of 273
There was about 25,000 in the pot on the river with a completed board of .
Jake Schwartz is in middle position and heads-up with the player in the cutoff. Schwartz bet 16,250 and the cutoff raised to 70,000.
“Does that cover me?” asked Schwartz as he pointed to the chips, asking the dealer for an exact count.
The bet was almost all of Schwartz’s chips, which sent him into the tank for several minutes until the clock was finally called on him. One of the tournament supervisors came over and put him on a 30-second clock.
About 15 second into the clock, Schwartz folded. The cutoff showed , good for a full house.
$3,500 RRPO Championship (Re-Entry) $2,000,000 Guarantee | Structure Level 8: 300/600 with a 75 ante Players Remaining: 146 of 273
There was a raise from early position before Curt Kohlberg moved all in for about 10,500 from middle position. Action folded around to the player in the big blind, who called.
The original raiser folded and Kohlberg tabled . He was dominated by the big blind’s . The original raiser complained to the table that he should’ve called with his queen-jack.
The board ran out and Kohlberg’s kicker isn’t big enough to stay alive. The big blind wins the pot with tens and nines with a jack kicker. Kohlberg is eliminated for the second time today and will have to play tomorrow to have a shot at this year’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open championship.
$3,500 RRPO Championship (Re-Entry) $2,000,000 Guarantee | Structure Returning to Level 7: 250/500 with a 75 ante Flight A Entries: 259
The Championship still has 60 minutes remaining on the dinner break with 259 entries in the game and a more expected to register before the restart at 8pm.
Uri Kadosh continues to lead the way sitting in the front of the ballroom with Ben Zamani not far behind. Former SHRP Player of the Year David Prociak continues to hang with the leaders along with SHR Tampa poker ambassador Wally Maddah and WSOP Ladies Champ Jacquelyn Scott.