TABLE 2 Seat 1. Matthew Wantman – 216,500 (72 bb) Seat 2. Dylan Smith – 94,500 (32 bb) Seat 2. Christopher Frank – 240,500 (80 bb) Seat 4. Benjamin Juhasz – 222,500 (74 bb)
With nine players remaining from a field of 15, the average chip stack is about 166,500 (56 big blinds). Registration remains open with unlimited re-entries until the end of the dinner break (around 10:30 pm).
$10,000 High Roller Pot-Limit Omaha (Re-Entry) Structure Level 1: 100/100
A big day gets a little bigger with the start of LHPO Event 20 at 2 pm. That is when we kick off the $10,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller with a challenging and talented field.
They’ll start with huge 100K stacks and all Day 1 levels last 40 minutes for the two-day tournament, increasing to 90 for the final table. Late registration and unlimited re-entries are available until the start of Level 10 at 9:30 pm following the one-hour dinner break.
The PLO High Roller will continue playing down to the final table and the nine remaining players will return tomorrow at 2 pm to play for the title.
Players begin with 100,000 in chips
Day 1 levels last 40 minutes
Final table levels last 90 minutes
Late registration until start of Level 10 (9:30pm)
2022 Seminole Hard Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, Florida Event 20 $1,100 Deep Stack NLH Shootout (Freeze-Out) Entries: 68 Prize Pool: $65,960 November 22, 2022
Event 20 of the 2022 Seminole Hard Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open was the $1,100 Deep Stack No-Limit Hold’em Shootout (Freeze-Out). A field of 68 entries produced a prize pool of $65,960, and the 10 players who won their opening tables on Day 1 were in the money and facing off for the title on Day 2.
Emerging victorious was Colin Robinson, winning outright for $22,135. This was Robinson’s second SHRP major series trophy, having previously won a $1,650 Purple Chip Bounty NLH during the 2016 SHRPO.
“I haven’t been here since 2019,” said Robinson afterward. “I wasn’t planning on coming, but I had a change of plans and my friends were here, so I figured why not?”
Robinson also had not planned on playing in the event.
“I had already made Day 2 of the $200 (Event 17), and my friend said I should just play this. He thought it was better value than the other event on the schedule, so it just worked out. And, I kind of lucked out that my starting table was six-handed when some others were seven-handed. Luck of the draw, so kind of fortunate.”