Lucky Hearts

2021 Lucky Hearts Poker Open Schedule

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EventDayDateTimeBuy-inTournament DescriptionStructure Sheet
1AThu14-Jan10AM$600Deep Stack No Limit' Hold'em (Single Re-Entry per flight) (400 player max per flight)Coming Soon
1BThu14-Jan6PM$600$300,000 GTDComing Soon
1CFri15-Jan10AM$600--Coming Soon
1DFri15-Jan6PM$600--Coming Soon
1ESat16-Jan10AM$600--Coming Soon
1FSat16-Jan6PM$600--Coming Soon
1Sun17-Jan2PM--Day 2Coming Soon
2Thu14-Jan12PM$400Omaha 8 or Better (Freeze-Out)Coming Soon
3Fri15-Jan12PM$400H.O.R.S.E. (Freeze-Out)Coming Soon
4Sat16-Jan12PM$400Deep Stack PLO (Single Re-Entry)Coming Soon
5Sun17-Jan1PM$400Deep Stack No Limit Hold'em (Single Re-Entry) - $25,000 GTDComing Soon
6Sun17-Jan3PM$1,100 Deep Stack No Limit Hold'em (Single Re-Entry) - $75,000 GTDComing Soon
6Mon18-Jan2PM--Day 2Coming Soon
7Mon18-Jan10AM$400Seniors 50+ No Limit Hold'em (Single Re-Entry)Coming Soon
8Mon18-Jan12PM$600Double Black Chip Bounty No Limit Hold'em (Single Re-Entry) - $50,000 GTDComing Soon
9Mon18-Jan3PM$400Black Chip Bounty PLO (Single Re-Entry)Coming Soon
10Mon18-Jan6PM$150Big Stack NLH (Double Re-Entry)Coming Soon
11Tue19-Jan11AM$400Omaha 8/Stud 8 (Freeze-Out)Coming Soon
12Tue19-Jan12PM$600Six-Max No Limit Hold'em (Single Re-Entry) - $50,000 GTDComing Soon
13Tue19-Jan3PM$400Six-Max PLO 8 (Single Re-Entry)Coming Soon
14Tue19-Jan6PM$600Deep Stack Turbo No Limit Hold'em (Freeze-Out)Coming Soon
15Wed20-Jan12PM$1,100 No Limit Hold'em (Single Re-Entry) - $100,000 GTDComing Soon
16Thu21-Jan12PM$2,200 No Limit Hold'em (Re-Entry) - $200,000 GTDComing Soon
17AFri22-Jan11AM$3,500 No Limit Hold'em Championship (Re-Entry) - $1,000,000 GTDComing Soon
17BSat23-Jan11AM$3,500 --Coming Soon
17Sun24-Jan12PM--Day 2Coming Soon
17Mon25-Jan12PM--Day 3Coming Soon
17Tue26-Jan12PM--Day 4Coming Soon
18Sat23-Jan5PM$400Deep Stack Turbo No Limit Hold'em (Single Re-Entry)Coming Soon
19Sun24-Jan1PM$400Black Chip Bounty No Limit Hold'em (Single Re-Entry) - $50,000 GTDComing Soon
20Sun24-Jan3PM$1,700 Purple Chip Bounty No Limit Hold'em (Re-Entry) - $100,000 GTDComing Soon
21Sun24-Jan6PM$600Big Stack Turbo NLH/PLO (Re-Entry)Coming Soon
22Mon25-Jan12PM$600Big Stack No Limit Hold'em (Re-Entry)Coming Soon
23Mon25-Jan3PM$400Six-Max PLO (Single Re-Entry)Coming Soon
24AMon25-Jan5PM$150No Limit Hold'em - Day 1A (Double Re-Entry Per Flight) (280 Players Max Per Flight)Coming Soon
24BTue26-Jan5PM$150--Coming Soon
24Wed27-Jan5PM--Day 2 (Held In The Poker Room 7-Handed)Coming Soon
25Tue26-Jan12PM$5,000 No Limit Hold'em (Re-Entry) - $100,000 GTDComing Soon
26Tue26-Jan5PM$2,200 Deep Stack PLO (Re-Entry)Coming Soon

Lucky Hearts Poker Open Returns in 2021 with the World Poker Tour


Hollywood, FL — Today is an exciting day for poker in South Florida, the US, and around the world as Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood welcomes back major poker tournament series in the ballroom! Partnered with the World Poker Tour, we proudly present the 2021 Lucky Hearts Poker Open on January 14th – 26th, 2021!

Click here: Official Press Release

All tournaments will be ran under the company’s stringent Safe & Sound program. To read more information about it, click the link here: Safe & Sound Guidelines

Click Here: Primary Schedule PDF

Click Here: Special Hotel Room Rate Link

November Deep Stack Special — Day 1A Chip Counts

November Deep Stack Special
$360 No Limit Hold’em (Single Re-Entry)
Structure Sheet
Current Prize Pool: $44,100
Players Remaining: 19 of 147

Day 1A: 147 Entries, 19 Advanced
Day 1B: Saturday, November 7th @ 11a
Day 2: Sunday, November 8th @ 12p
*All Day 2 Players are In the Money


LHPO in Review

The 2020 Seminole Lucky Hearts Poker Open featured 29 tournaments with more than $5,000,000 in guaranteed prize pools. The series opened with the $1,000,000 guaranteed WPTDeepStacks Hollywood event and finished with the $2,000,000 guaranteed WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open Championship with a $25K High Roller in the middle.

Brian Altman made World Poker Tour history when he won the LHPO Championship on the final day. He is the first in tour history to win the same tournament twice, this one to go along with his WPT LHPO Championship title from 2015.

In addition to that record, this is also Altman’s sixth career SHRP title putting him in a tie with Raminder Singh for second behind David Prociak.

Raminder Singh captured his sixth title earlier in the series in the $600 Six-Max tournament. Edwards Muñiz had a good opening weekend of the series; he bagged early in the WPTDeepStacks, won $400 Big O tournament on his day off, then shipped the WPTDeepStacks title.

Jonathan Jaffe shipped the $25K High Roller title with Brian Altman on the rail, the Jaffe returned the favor when Altman won the Championship. Then posed after swapping the good luck hoodies.

You can find complete results, updates, and recaps on the event links below.

Jonathan Jaffe, 2020 LHPO High Roller champ with Brian Altman

Edwards Muñiz, 2020 WPTDeepStacks Hollywood Champion
Event 13 Champion Raminder Singh
Event 13 Champion Raminder Singh

Images courtesy of Eric Harkins and Image Masters. If you would like to purchase any prints of your pictures, you can check out his booth in the hallway or visit the Image Masters website.

Scott Roberts Closes Out the 2020 LHPO After Winning “The Craziest Final Table”

2020 Lucky Hearts Poker Open
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Hollywood, Florida
Event 27
$150 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Entries:  619
Prize Pool:  $74,280
January 20-22, 2020

Event 27 Champion Scott Roberts
Event 27 Champion Scott Roberts

The 2020 Lucky Hearts Poker Open came to an end late Wednesday night with the conclusion of Event #27 ($150 No-Limit Hold’em), a two-day event that attracted 619 entries.

After a roller-coaster of a final table, the final four players agreed to an ICM deal, and chipleader Scott Roberts was declared the winner, receiving the title and the trophy.

There were a lot of dramatic all-in situations, and Roberts seemed to be involved in all of them.

“It was the craziest final table I think I’ve ever been at,” said Roberts. “My jacks against queens flopping quads. My nines against sixes and ace-king, and he hit his king, but then I hit my nine on the river to triple up. And then I hit my queen on the river against something else. The river has been good to me tonight.”

To be fair, Roberts was also on the losing end of a bad beat, getting it all in with pocket kings as the big stack against ace-king and pocket eights — there were two aces on the flop and an eight on the turn. That knocked Roberts down to 11 big blinds, but he may have forgotten about that one because two hands later is when he tripled up with pocket nines after spiking a nine on the river.

“It feels great,” said Roberts. “It’s finally nice to win a big one here at the Seminole Hard Rock.”

Final Table Results:

1st:  Scott Roberts  –  $13,584*
2nd:  David Shmuel  –  $13,406*
3rd:  David Coughlin  –  $10,042*
4th:  Al Gomez  –  $8,089*
5th:  Michael Tait  –  $3,974
6th:  Rene Noriega  –  $3,157
7th:  Antonio Campbell  –  $2,414
8th:  Evan Haw  –  $1,746
9th:  Andre Bryan  –  $1,263

* Indicates a four-way deal.