$400 Big O (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 20: 5,000/10,000 Players Remaining: 3 of 78
With four players remaining, there is a three-way all-in situation after a flop of . Nisim Cohen was all in with the shortest stack, followed by Gabriel Ramos with a larger stack, and chipleader Gavin Smith had them both covered.
Gavin Smith: (pair of jacks, club flush draw, gutshot straight draw) Gabriel Ramos: (two pair, jacks and deuces) Nisim Cohen: (pair of fives, 5-4 low draw)
The turn card paired the board with the , and the river card was the . Cohen turned trip fives and rivered the only qualifying low (7-5), while Smith rivered a king-high flush for the high.
Smith and Cohen split the main pot, while Smith won the side pot to eliminate Ramos in fourth place.
Gavin Smith – 640,000 (64 bb) Nisim Cohen – 100,000 (10 bb) Gabriel Ramos – Eliminated in 4th Place ($2,510)
$400 Big O (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 18: 3,000/6,000 Players Remaining: 5 of 78
Gavin Smith (big blind) and Gabriel Ramos (cutoff) put in 35,000 each to get to the turn on a board of .
Smith bet 75,000, Ramos moved all in, and Smith called all in for 215,000.
Gabriel Ramos: (set of threes, 8-6 low) Gavin Smith: (spade flush draw, gutshot straight draw, 8-4 low)
As things stood on the turn, it would be a split pot, but the river brought the to give Smith a wheel (five-high straight). Smith scooped the entire pot to double up into a big chip lead, knocking Ramos down to 20 big blinds.
Gavin Smith – 500,000 (83 bb) Gabriel Ramos – 120,000 (20 bb)
2019 Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, Florida Event 1 $400 Deep Stack NLH (Re-Entry) $1,000,000 Guarantee Entries: 4,699 Prize Pool: $1,579,640 November 20-24, 2019
Registration closed on Event 1 after a huge turnout on the last day to get in the game. The eight starting flights combined to 4,699 entries into the $400 buy-in tournament, good enough for the third biggest poker field in state history.
Those entries created a prize pool worth $1,579,640 and the last 470 spots will be paid. A min-cash will earn $665, the top three spots will cash for six digits, but all eyes are on the $253,410 set aside for the Event 1 champion.
$400 Big O (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 17: 2,500/5,000 Players Remaining: 5 of 78
Three players put in 20K each to see a flop of . Gabriel Ramos bet 40,000 from the small blind, Nisim Cohen folded from under the gun, and Marc Rabuse moved all in button for 75,000. Ramos called, and they turned over their cards.
Gabriel Ramos: (set of fours) Marc Rabuse: (pair of nines, gutshot straight draw)
The turn card was the , and the river card paired the board with the . Ramos won the high with a full house, fours full of nines, and there were no possible lows. Rabuse was eliminated in sixth place.
Gabriel Ramos – 450,000 (90 bb) Marc Rabuse – Eliminated in 6th Place ($1,385)
$400 Deep Stack NLH (Re-Entry) $1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure Level 9: 500/1,000 with a 1,000 ante Flight H Entries: 907
Registration has closed for the final starting flight into RRPO Event 1, and with 907 entries, it creates a total tournament field of 4,699. The prize pool will be just shy of $1.6 million for a clear pass of the $1,000,000 guarantee.
We will post the official prize pool and payout information as soon as it is available.
$400 Big O (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 16: 2,000/4,000 Players Remaining: 6 of 78
With the blinds at 1,500-3,000, Gavin Smith raised UTG+1 to 10,000, Gabriel Ramos called from the button, Natan Wager called from the small blind, and Scott Franck called from the big blind.
The flop came , and it checked to Ramos, who bet 31,500. Wager folded, Franck called, and Smith folded.
The turn card was the , Ramos moved all in for 76,500, and Franck called.
Scott Franck: (heart flush draw, gutshot straight draw) Gabriel Ramos: (pair of queens)
The river card paired the board with the , and Ramos won the pot with two pair, queens and sevens, to double up in chips and put him near the chip lead.
Gabriel Ramos – 256,000 (85 bb) Scott Franck – 175,000 (58 bb)
Level 15 came to an end, and Level 16 began with increased blinds of 2,000-4,000.
About 10 minutes into the level, Natan Wager got it all in preflop in a four-way pot with about 92,000 in the pot.
The flop came , Nisim Cohen checked the big blind, David Jacobs checked UTG+1, and Gabriel Ramos pot-bet it from the cutoff to about 92,000. Cohen folded, and Jacobs and Ramos got it all in. All three remaining players showed their cards.
Gabriel Ramos: (pair of eights, 8-7 low draw) David Jacobs: (pair of sixes, 7-6 low draw) Natan Wager: (pair of sixes, 7-6 low draw)
The turn card paired the board with the , and the river card was the .
Ramos won the high with two pair, jacks and eights, while Jacobs won the low with a 7-6-5-2-A to Wager’s 7-6-5-3-A. Wager was eliminated in seventh place.
Gabriel Ramos – 325,000 (81 bb) David Jacobs – 165,000 (41 bb) Natan Wager – Eliminated in 7th Place ($1,100)
There was about a minute and a half remaining in Level 14, and they played one or two hands before taking a 10-minute break, and the big blinds listed above were calculated at the increased blinds for Level 15.
Here is the remaining prizepool at stake, followed by the players who have finished in the money so far: