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Event 44: Results Update

$1,100 Six-Max Pot-Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure
Level 19:  600/1,200
Players Remaining: 2 of 139

Kyle Taddei

Here is a look at the bustouts that brought things down to the heads-up final in Event 44.

3rd: Kyle Taddei – $15,915
4th: Josh Reichard – $10,980
5th: Abdullah Faiz – $7,815

Here is a look at the chip counts between the final two players.

Jeremy Ausmus – 2,305,000
David Moreno – 475,000

Event 44: Ira Schwartz – 6th Place ($5,790)

$1,100 Six-Max Pot-Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure
Level 19:  600/1,200
Players Remaining: 5 of 139

Ira Schwartz

The board read QcJs5c when Ira Schwartz got all in with Jd10s9c8s in the hole from the button, and Jeremy Ausmus called to cover him holding KsKh10h5h on the small blind.

The turn and river were dealt 9h6s, and Schwartz was eliminated in sixth place, good for $5,790. Ausmus stacked up 865,000 after collecting the pot.

Jeremy Ausmus – 865,000 (54 bb)
Ira Schwartz – Eliminated in Sixth Place ($5,790)

Event 44: Samantha Perryman – 7th Place ($4,370)

$1,100 Six-Max Pot-Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure
Level 19:  600/1,200
Players Remaining: 6 of 139

Samantha Perryman

Samantha Perryman was knocked out of the tournament in seventh place when her hand could not beat the AhQc8h7d held by David Moreno on a board dealt 9h6h4cQd8d.

Perryman was eliminated in seventh place, good for $4,370, and this was her second deep PLO run this week after chopping heads-up in the $1,100 Mixed PLO event for $20,000.

Moreno stacked up 560,000 after the hand.

David Moreno – 560,000 (35 bb)
Samantha Perryman – Eliminated in Seventh Place ($4,370)

Event 44: Results Update and Final Table Seat Draw

$1,100 Six-Max Pot-Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure
Level 19:  600/1,200
Players Remaining: 7 of 139

Here is a look at the seat draw among the final seven players:

Seat 1: Ira Schwartz
Seat 2: Jeremy Ausmus
Seat 3: David Moreno
Seat 4: Kyle Taddei
Seat 5: Samantha Perryman
Seat 6: Abdullah Faiz
Seat 7: Josh Reichard

Remaining Prize Pool:

1st: $36,675
2nd: $23,775
3rd: $15,915
4th: $10,980
5th: $7,815
6th: $5,790
7th: $4,370

Here are the results in the money today:

8th: Eli Pollack – $4,370
9th: Artem Metaldi – $3,400
10th: Dash Dudley – $3,400
11th: Anderson Ireland – $2,800
12th: Tom Thomas – $2,800
13th: Iman Dan – $2,375
14th: Phil Hui – $2,375
15th: Jordan Miller – $2,095
16th: Javier Sanchez – $2,095
17th: Andres Rodriguez – $1,920
18th: Michael Wang – $1,920

Event 43: David Peters Eliminated on Money Bubble by Darren Elias

$10,000 Deep Stack No-Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
$500,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 17:  3,000/6,000 with a 6,000 ante
Players Remaining:  14 of 111

Darren Elias

All the cards were out on the table, and David Peters was eliminated on the money bubble when his AhAs from the big blind fell against the Ac2h held by Darren Elias on the small blind.

The final board read 10c2c2s10sKc, and Peters was eliminated on the money bubble in 15th place. Elias held 265,000 after collecting the pot. Every player remaining will now take home at least $25,045 in prize money.

Darren Elias – 265,000 ( 44 bb)
David Peters – Eliminated on the Money Bubble

Esther Taylor Wins Event 41 in a Heads-Up Chop

2022 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Hollywood, Florida
Event 41
$2,200 Five-Card Pot-Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Entries:  115
Prize Pool:  $230,000
August 8-9, 2022

Esther Taylor

Esther Taylor from Havertown, Pennsylvannia was declared the winner of Event 41 at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open after a chop was decided upon between the final two players. Taylor was the chip leader at the time, so she took home $59,825 along with the guitar pick trophy.

Taylor is a seasoned tournament pro with more than $2 million in career tournament earnings, but this is her first tournament title here at SHRPO. We caught up with her after the final table to get her thoughts about the tournament win.

“I’m happy to win, it’s always nice to win a trophy you know,” said Taylor. She continued, “I can take it home to my daughter, she’ll love it, but she has a billion [softball] trophies,” said Taylor.

“It was tough, it was tough, it wasn’t easy. There were a lot of good players, and the structure was very deep so it took a long time. Every one was kind of grinding, and just re-doubling up,” said Taylor when she was asked about her journey through the final day of the tournament.

When she was asked what keeps bringing her back to the Seminole Hard Rock for tournament series she said, “It’s such a simple flight to get here, although I drove for the first time this time. I love all you guys on the staff, and just how well the tournaments are run – and you know I play a lot of mixed games and this is one of few spots where they offer a lot of different games.”

Congratulations to the champion of Event 41 – Esther Taylor!

Final Table Results:

1st: Esther Taylor – $59,825* + SHRPO trophy
2nd: Roman Hrabec – $50,000*
3rd: Nicholas Nieto – $25,070
4th: Andrei Mitsiuk – $16,100
5th: Daniel Navarette – $12,190
6th: John Dubois – $10,120
7th: Melad Marji – $8,740
8th: Daniella Suid – $7,705

*: denotes results of a two-way deal.

That concludes our coverage of Event 41, but there is still so much more action to follow along with, including the SHRPO Championship that is still in play. Stay here at seminolehardrockpokeropen.com for all of the live updates.

Event 41: Esther Taylor Wins After Two-Way Deal

$2,200 Five-Card Pot-Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 20:  15,000/30,000
Players Remaining:  2 of 115

Esther Taylor

The final two players have decided to chop to bring Event 41 to a close at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open. Esther Taylor was declared the winner as the chip leader, and she was awarded the Seminole Hard Rock guitar pick trophy along with her prize money. Here is the prize money the final two players agreed to in the chop.

1st: Esther Taylor – $59,825
2nd: Roman Hrabec – $50,000

Stay tuned for a recap of the event with a winner’s interview and the full final table results.

Roman Hrabec

Event 41: Nicholas Nieto – 3rd Place ($25,070)

$2,200 Five-Card Pot-Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 20:  15,000/30,000
Players Remaining:  2 of 115

Nicholas Nieto

Nicholas Nieto was all in holding KhQh10h8c7h under the gun, and Esther Taylor had him covered with KsQdJsJh8d in the hole from the small blind.

The board was dealt 10s8s3hAs5c, and Nieto was eliminated in third place, good for $25,070. Taylor stacked up 1.7 million after collecting the pot.

Esther Taylor – 1,700,000 (56 bb)
Nicholas Nieto – Eliminated  in Third Place ($25,070) 

Event 41: Andrei Mitsiuk – 4th Place ($16,100)

$2,200 Five-Card Pot-Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 20:  15,000/30,000
Players Remaining:  3 of 115

Andrei Mitsiuk

All the cards except Andrei Mitsiuk’s were out on the table, and he was all in from the big blind, and Esther Taylor had him covered holding QcQhJs5c5h on the cutoff.

The final board read Qs7c7d5s6h, and Mitsiuk was eliminated in fourth place, good for $16,100. Taylor stacked up 1.48 million after collecting the pot.

Esther Taylor – 1,480,000 (39 bb)
Andrei Mitsiuk – Eliminated in Fourth Place ($16,100) 

 

Event 41: Daniel Navarrete – 5th Place ($12,190)

$2,200 Five-Card Pot-Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 20:  15,000/25,000
Players Remaining:  4 of 115

Daniel Navarrete

Daniel Navarrete got all in preflop on a short stack from the big blind, and Andrei Mitsiuk had him covered from the small blind. The two players cards:

Mitsiuk: AhQsJc10h10d
Navarrete: AcKs5c6h3h

Board: 9d9s8s6s7d

Navarrete was eliminated in fifth place, good for $12,190, and Mitsiuk stacked up 520,000 after collecting the pot thanks to the better straight.

Andrei Mitsiuk – 520,000 (32 bb)
Daniel Navarrete – Eliminated in Fifth Place ($12,190)