$3,500 WPT RRPO Championship (Re-Entry) $2,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 11: 1,000/1,500 with a 1,500 ante Day 1B Players Remaining: 211 of 541
Day 1B of the WPT Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open Championship comes to an end, and with 211 players surviving from a field of 541, the chipleader appears to be Audrius Stakelis, who won a couple big hands back-to-back in the final minutes to catapult into the lead.
Day 2 begins tomorrow at 12:00 noon. The official Day 2 seat draw and chip counts will be posted later tonight, but in the meantime, here is the top of the leaderboard:
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, Florida Event 16 $250 Ladies NLH (Re-Entry) $10,000 Guarantee Entries: 70 Prize Pool: $14,700 November 30, 2019
Event 16 of the 2019 Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open was the $250 Ladies NLH (Re-Entry) with a guaranteed prize pool of $10,000. A field of 70 entries generated a prize pool of $14,700.
A deal took place between the final five players and as the chip leader, Marla Crumpler was the official winner. For her showing, Crumpler earned $2,676 and an $1,100 seat into an RRPO event of her choice.
$3,500 WPT RRPO Championship (Re-Entry) $2,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 10: 500/1,000 with a 1,000 ante Day 1B Players Remaining: 220of 541
Austin Peck raised UTG+1 to 2,700, the player in the hijack called, the button called, the small blind called, and the player in the big blind moved all in for 38,300. Peck moved all in over the top, and the rest of the players folded.
The big blind turned over , and he needed to improve to stay alive against Peck’s .
The board came , and the pocket aces held up for Peck to win the pot and eliminate his opponent from the tournament.
$3,500 WPT RRPO Championship (Re-Entry) $2,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 10: 600/1,200 with a 1,200 ante Day 1B Players Remaining: 243 of 541
Following a flop of with about 13,000 in the pot, Matt Waxman was all in for 13,200 from the small blind and got action from Steve Karp in middle position. Action was on Aram Zobian to Karp’s left and he reraised all in for about 93,000. Karp tanked for a bit before he folded.
The turn and river completed the board, giving Waxman a ten-high straight to double up.