Event 73: Mike Jozoff – 6th Place ($41,000)

$5,000 Eight-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool: $831,900 | Structure | Payouts
Level 23:  15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante
Players Remaining:  5 of 177

Kharlin Sued raised to 80,000 from the small blind, Mike Jozoff reraised all in for 250,000 in the big blind, and Sued called with AcQc. Jozoff showed AsJs and needed to improve to stay alive.

The flop came Qs8h4h, giving Sued a pair of queens.

The turn was the 9s, giving Jozoff flush and straight draws.

The river was the 3d, no help to Jozoff, ending his tournament in sixth place.

Kharlin Sued  –  570,000  (19 bb)
Mike Jozoff  –  Eliminated in 6th Place  ($41,000)

With five players remaining from the field of 177 entries the average stack is about 710,000 (24 bb). The remaining players are guaranteed $54,000.

Event 73: Chip Counts at Break

$5,000 Eight-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool: $831,900 | Structure | Payouts
Level 23:  15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante
Players Remaining:  6 of 177

Seat 2:  Kharlin Sued  –  350,000  (12 bb)
Seat 3:  Mike Jozoff  –  280,000  (9 bb)
Seat 6:  Diomig Delgado  –  1,320,000  (44 bb)
Seat 7:  Nicholas Seward  –  315,000  (11 bb)
Seat 8:  Shannon Shorr  –  465,000  (16 bb)
Seat 9:  Michael Phillips  –  810,000  (27 bb)

1st:  $191,900 + Showdown Trophy
2nd:  $128,000
3rd:  $95,000
4th:  $71,000
5th:  $54,000
6th:  $41,000

7th:  Frank Lagodich  –  $31,500
8th:  Fred Goldberg  –  $24,500
9th:  Manuel Fritz  –  $19,200

10th:  Joey Weissman –  $19,200
11th:  Clemen Deng  – $16,500
12th:  Kamel Mokhammad $16,500

13th:  Benjamine Grise $13,600
14th:  Aram Oganyan $13,600
15th:  Iman Dan $13,600

16th:  Cherish Andrews $11,300
17th:  Serhii Popovych $11,300
18th:  Yuri Siniak $11,300
19th:  Joseph Beasy $11,300

20th:  Mike Vela $9,400
21st:  Andres Korn $9,400
22nd:  Zhen Cai $9,400
23rd:  Erion Qoku $9,400

Event 73: Shannon Shorr Doubles Through Kharlin Sued

$5,000 Eight-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool: $831,900 | Structure | Payouts
Level 22:  15,000/25,000 with a 25,000 ante
Players Remaining:  6 of 177

Shannon Shorr raised to 100,000 from the hijack and Kharlin Sued called on the button.

The flop was Td9s5d, Shorr bet his remaining 45,000, and Sued called with 8s8d for a pair of eights. Shorr tabled Ah9h for a pair of nines.

The Ad turn and Ts river completed the board, safe for Shorr to double up.

Shannon Shorr  –  355,000  (14 bb)
Kharlin Sued  –  495,000  (20 bb)

Event 73: Frank Lagodich – 7th Place ($31,500)

$5,000 Eight-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool: $831,900 | Structure | Payouts
Level 20:  5,000/15,000 with a 15,000 ante
Players Remaining:  6 of 177

On the turn of a Jd9d3hQs board, Frank Lagodich checked in middle position and Diomig Delgado bet 75,000 from the button. Lagodich check-raised all in for about 260,000 and Delgado called with KhTd for a king-high straight, leading Lagodich’s KsKc for a pair of kings.

The river was the Qh, ending Lagodich’s tournament in seventh place.

Diomig Delgado  –  1,000,000  (67 bb)
Frank Lagodich  –  Eliminated in 7th Place  ($31,500)

Recent Eliminations
8th:  Fred Goldberg  –  $24,500

With six players remaining from the field of 177 entries the average stack is 590,000 (39 bb). The remaining players are guaranteed $41,000.

Event 73: Manuel Fritz – 9th Place ($19,200)

$5,000 Eight-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool: $831,900 | Structure | Payouts
Level 20:  5,000/15,000 with a 15,000 ante
Players Remaining:  8 of 177

With a limp before him, Kharlin Sued raised to 55,000 from middle position. Manuel Fritz reraised all in for 130,000 from the hijack and action folded back to Sued who called.

Sued:  AsQc
Fritz:  AhKc

The board ran out QdTh8s3h6h, giving Sued a pair of queens to eliminate Fritz in ninth place.

Kharlin Sued  –  735,000  (49 bb)
Manuel Fritz  –  Eliminated in 9th Place  ($19,200)

With eight players remaining from the field of 177 entries the average stack is about 445,000 (30 bb). The remaining players are guaranteed $24,500.

Event 73: Final Table Lineup

$5,000 Eight-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool: $831,900 | Structure | Payouts
Level 19:  5,000/10,000 with a 10,000 ante
Players Remaining:  9 of 177

Seat 1:  Frank Lagodich  –  420,000  (42 bb)
Seat 2:  Kharlin Sued  –  560,000  (56 bb)
Seat 3:  Mike Jozoff  –  610,000 (61 bb)
Seat 4:  Fred Goldberg  –  515,000  (52 bb)
Seat 5:  Manuel Fritz  –  130,000  (13 bb)
Seat 6:  Diomig Delgado  –  255,000  (26 bb)
Seat 7:  Nicholas Seward  –  210,000  (21 bb)
Seat 8:  Shannon Shorr  –  410,000  (41 bb)
Seat 9:  Michael Phillips  –  455,000  (46 bb)

1st:  $191,900 + Showdown Trophy
2nd:  $128,000
3rd:  $95,000
4th:  $71,000
5th:  $54,000
6th:  $41,000
7th:  $31,500
8th:  $24,500
9th:  $19,200

10th:  Joey Weissman –  $19,200
11th:  Clemen Deng  – $16,500
12th:  Kamel Mokhammad $16,500

13th:  Benjamine Grise $13,600
14th:  Aram Oganyan $13,600
15th:  Iman Dan $13,600

16th:  Cherish Andrews $11,300
17th:  Serhii Popovych $11,300
18th:  Yuri Siniak $11,300
19th:  Joseph Beasy $11,300

20th:  Mike Vela $9,400
21st:  Andres Korn $9,400
22nd:  Zhen Cai $9,400
23rd:  Erion Qoku $9,400

Event 73: Prize Pool and Payouts; $191,900 to the Winner

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Hollywood, Florida
Event 73
$5,000 Eight-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
$250,000 Guaranteed
Entries:  177
Prize Pool: $831,900
April 23, 2024

Event 73 of the 2024 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown was a $5,000 Eight-Handed No-Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry). A field of 177 players generated a prize pool of $831,900. The final 23 players will finish in the money, with a min-cash paying $9,400.

Up top for the winner is $191,900.

1st:  $191,900 + Showdown Trophy
2nd:  $128,000
3rd:  $95,000
4th:  $71,000
5th:  $54,000
6th:  $41,000
7th:  $31,500
8th:  $24,500
9th-10th:  $19,200
11th-12th:  $16,500
13th-15th:  $13,600
16th-19th:  $11,300
19th -23rd:  $9,400

Brandon Wilson Wins His 3rd SHRP Major Series Trophy with Outright Win in the $25K High Roller for $601,800

2024 Poker Showdown
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Hollywood, Florida
Event 69
$25,500 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em
$1,000,000 Guaranteed
Entries:  81
Prize Pool: $2,000,700
April 22-23, 2024

2024 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown Event 69 Champion Brandon Wilson

Event 69 of the 2024 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown was a $25,500 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em. A field of 81 entries generated a prize pool of 2,000,700, more than doubling the guarantee.

Emerging victorious was Brandon Wilson, winning outright for $601,800.

This marked Wilson’s third SHRP major series trophy victory, having previously won a $600 Black Chip Bounty Turbo at the 2021 RRPO and the $50K Super High Roller during the 2023 SHRPO.

PlaceFirst NameLast NamePrize Amount
1BrandonWilson$601,800
2MinZhang$420,400
3SergioAido$265,200
4BrandonWittmeyer$181,100
5MartinStausholm$121,300
6DavidColeman$91,100
7ChanceKornuth$74,300
8MartinCarnero$65,200
9JimCollopy$62,100
10ManuelFritz$60,100
11VincentCafone$58,100

Event 75: Prize Pool and Payouts; $7,155 to the Winner

2024 Poker Showdown
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Hollywood, Florida
Event 75
$300 Quad Stack Black Chip Bounty
Entries:  205
Prize Pool: $30,750
Bounty Prize Pool: $20,500
April 23, 2024

Registration closed for the $300 Quad Stack Black Chip Bounty tournament with 205 entries to build a prize pool total of $30,750. There is also $20,500 in the bounty prize pool. The last 26 spots will pay out with $350 for a min-cash and there is $7,155 up top for the winner.

1st: $7,155 + Showdown trophy
2nd: $5,100
3rd: $3,150
4th: $1,920
5th: $1,480
6th: $1,225
7th: $1,045
8th: $900
9th-10th: $760
11th-12th: $660
13th-15th: $560
16th-18th: $460
19th-21st: $375
22nd-26th: $350

High Roller: Brandon Wilson Wins! ($601,800); Min Zhang Finishes Runner-Up ($420,400)

$25,500 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool: $2,000,700 | Structure | Payouts
Level 20:  30,000/50,000 with a 50,000 ante
Players Remaining:  1 of 81

Brandon Wilson

Brandon Wilson limped in for 50,000 from the button, Min Zhang raised to 175,000 from the big bling, and Wilson called.

The flop was QsTd9s, Zhang checked, Wilson bet 150,000, Zhang check-raised to 400,000, and Wilson called.

The turn was the 8s, Zhang went all in for about 850,000, and Wilson called with Jd3s for a queen-high straight, leading Zhang’s TcTh for a set of tens.

The river was the Js, giving Wilson a flush to win the High Roller outright for $601,800. Zhang finished runner-up for $420,400.

A recap of the High Roller will be posted later tonight.

Min Zhang