$1,100 Big Stack Pot Limit Omaha (Re-Entry) Structure Level 1: 100/100
The final trophy event of the 2019 Seminole Hard Rock Lucky Hearts Poker Open begins at 5pm. This is a $1,100 buy-in Big Stack Pot Limit Omaha tournament permitting unlimited re-entries. Players begin with 15,000 chips and are slated to log 40-minute levels throughout. Registration and re-entry are available until about 9:30pm.
Here are the full details:
5PM: Event 25 – $1,100 Big Stack Pot Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)
Players begin with 15,000 in chips and 40-minute levels
Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 7
This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
$570 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $75,000 Guaranteed | Structure Level 9: 500/1,000 with a 1,000 ante Players Remaining: 72 of 182
The clock ticked to Level 9 and registration is closed in Event 24 of the Lucky Hearts Poker Open, a $570 buy-in No Limit Hold’em tournament. The event drew 182 entries handily besting the $75,000 guarantee before the prize pool settled in at $91,000. A payday is reserved for only the top 22 finishers and a min-cash awards $864. Payouts escalate from there and top out in the form of a $23,568 top prize. In addition, the winner earns the property’s coveted guitar pick trophy.
Full information and payouts:
2019 Lucky Hearts Poker Open Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, Florida Event 24 $570 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $75,000 Guaranteed Entries: 182 Prize Pool: $91,000 January 22, 2019
The final 36 players will finish in the money, guaranteed at least $395 each, and the field will play down to a winner tonight. First prize is worth $16,432, plus the trophy and a framed winner’s photo courtesy of Image Masters.
$1,100 WPTDeepStacks Main Event $1,000,000 Guaranteed | Live Stream Level 36: 200,000/400,000 with a 400,000 ante
Leif Force opened his button to 1,000,000 and Jason Young called to the flop. Young checked, Force bet 1,200,000 and Young called. The turn was and Young checked again. Force bet 2,200,000 and Young check-raised to 7,000,000.
Force called and Young shoved after the river. Force called all in for his last 7,000,000 and the hands were tabled.
Force showed but it was second best to Young’s . Young took the pot, all the chips, and the WPTDeepStacks Main Event title.
Force earned $183,540 for his runner-up finish while Young banked $260,205 along with the $3,000 WPTDeepStacks Championship package.
1st: Jason Young – $260,205 + $3,000 WPTDS Championship Package 2nd: Leif Force – $183,540