2019 SHRPO Live Updates

$10K/$500K: Joseph Orsino – 3rd Place ($121,865)

$10,000 SHRPO NLH (Re-Entry)
$500,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 22: 15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante
Remaining Players: 2 of 117

Joseph Orsino moved all in preflop for 175,000, and Stephen Song called to cover him. The two players then flipped over their cards.

Song: 10c10s
Orsino: 10d8h

Board: KhQd3c4d2d

Orsino was eliminated in third place, good for $121,865, and Song held 1.5 million after the hand. Song will take that amount into a heads-up final against James Romero (850,000).

Event 24: Jennifer Miller Wins Outright for $17,965

2019 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Hollywood, Florida
Event 24
$150 Buy-In No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
$50,000 Guaranteed
Entries: 555
Prize Pool: $66,600
August 11-13, 2019

Jennifer Miller
Event 24 Champion Jennifer Miller

Event 24 of the 2019 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open was a $150 Buy-In No-Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) with a guaranteed prize pool of $50,000. Across two starting flights, a field of 555 entries generated a prize pool of $66,600.

From the two Day 1 starting flights, there were 61 players who returned to the poker room for Day 2 action. After nearly nine hours, it was Jennifer Miller who emerged victoriously.

Miller bagged a hefty chip lead after Day 1 and rode that to the final table where she journeyed down a tumultuous road to victory, one that denied Gabriel Ramos of his sixth SHRP trophy. Miller began the heads-up battle as the shorter stack and turned down a deal, opting to play it out. For her outright win, Miller earned $17,965.

Final Results
1st:  Jennifer Miller – $17,965
2nd: Gabriel Ramos – $10,620
3rd: Mike Leah – $6,960
4th: Amin Hosein – $4,795
5th: Armando Del Pozo – $3,530
6th: Michael Mayo – $2,795
7th: Leroy Jones Jr. $2,130
8th: Christopher Mull – $1,530
9th: Jose Gonzalez Portela – $1,130
10th: Joshua Duvdivani – $1,130
11th: Jordan Kasimow – $865
12th: Carlos Vazquez – $865
13th: Antony Andre – $695
14th: Vito Polera – $695
15th: Santana Noronha – $695
16th: Mario Mesa – $595
17th: Mark Wei – $595
18th: Anderson Jurado – $595
19th: Frederico Dabus – $500
20th: Hector Caraballo – $500
21st: Adrien Guillaumet – $500
22nd: Eric Samra – $500
23rd: Ariel Quintana – $500
24th: Christopher Young – $500
25th: Willie Wiggins – $500
26th: Adam Mammon – $500
27th: Craig Witz – $500
28th: Marianne Snouffer – $435
29th: Charles Odenz – $435
30th: Jeffrey Silverstein – $435
31st: Antonio Colon – $435
32nd: Tri Nguyen – $435
33rd: Solimar Alfaro – $435
34th: Miguel McDonald – $435
35th: Wally Maddah – $435
36th: Carlos Cruz – $435

$10K/$500K: James Romero Doubles Up Again

$10,000 SHRPO NLH (Re-Entry)
$500,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 21: 10,000/20,000 with a 20,000 ante
Remaining Players: 3  of 117

James Romero moved all in preflop for 430,000 from the small blind, and Stephen Song called to cover him on the big blind. The two players then tabled their cards.

Romero: 3d3h
Song:AcJh

Board: 10s5s3c9s6c

Romero doubled up to survive with 905,000, and Song was down to 1,225,000 after the hand.

$10K/$500K: James Romero Doubles Up

$10,000 SHRPO NLH (Re-Entry)
$500,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 21: 10,000/20,000 with a 20,000 ante
Remaining Players: 3  of 117

James Romero

James Romero moved all in preflop for 180,000 from the small blind, and Stephen Song called to cover him on the big blind. The two players then flipped over their cards.

Romero: Ac7c
Song: Ad9d

Board: 8h7s3sKcAs

Romero doubled up to survive with 380,000, and Song held 1.55 million after the hand.