$1,100 Turbo No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) Structure Level 1: 100/100
We are closing out the series with our last new tournament at 6 pm. Event 27 is a $1,100 buy-in Turbo No Limit Hold’em game that will speed its way through the evening and award a trophy in the last event on the schedule.
Turbo players will sit down to 15,000 starting stacks and all levels will last 15 minutes long. Late registration is available until the start of Level 9 at 8:15 pm and players may fire as many times as needed during that time.
Players begin with 15,000 in chips and 15-minute levels
Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 9
This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
2019 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, Florida Event 27 $10,000 SHRPO NLH (Re-Entry) $500,000 Guaranteed Entries: 117 Prize Pool: $1,123,200 August 13, 2019
Stephen Song topped a field of 117 entries to win the final event on the SHRPO schedule late Tuesday night at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
“My first bullet was pretty slow and I bricked that, and then I decided screw it, and fired one more. That bullet was pretty slow in the beginning, and then I had a pretty bad table, but I had good cards so I chipped up on that table a lot, ” said Song when he was asked about his journey through the tournament.
“The turning point was with three tables left, I got aces vs. kings against Spencer Champlin close to the money. I went to the bubble with heaps of chips, and then I won a really big pot at the bubble with kings where a guy hero-called my shove on the river, and then I was in prime position to pick up a lot of chips,” said Song.
“The final table went really smoothly until three handed when I lost a bunch of all ins, but before that it went really smoothly. Everything worked out well today, bluffs got through, and when I had it I got paid usually,” Song continued when he was asked about the final table.
The field reached the money around 10 pm after a Noon start, and then it was a quick trip down to the final table of nine. Farid Jattin was the first player to exit the final table in ninth place, and he was followed to the rail by Wesom Abdallah in eighth place.
There was a slight lull in the action after that until John Dollinger took his leave in seventh place around 11:30 pm. Sam Gorsfield left the field a little while later. The elimination of Noah Schwartz in fifth place then took the field down to the final four.
Matas Cimbolas went out in fourth place, and then a few double ups for Joseph Orsino pushed the final table past midnight. James Romero also doubled up a few times to pull back into contention with Song.
After Orsino hit the rail in third place, the final two players made a deal before the heads-up final even began. Song was crowned the winner, and the SHRPO trophy was the first he was ever awarded at a tournament. The terms of the chop, along with all the rest of the payouts can be found below.
$10,000 SHRPO NLH (Re-Entry) Results:
1st: Stephen Song – $285,243 2nd James Romero – $250,257 3rd: Joseph Orsino – $121,865 4th: Matas CImbolas – $78,060 5th: Noah Schwartz – $58,970 6th: Sam Gorsfield – $48,860 7th: John Dollinger – $42,120 8th: Wesom Abdallah – $37,065 9th: Farid Jattin – $33,135 10th: Rainer Kempe – $33,135 11th Harry Cullen – $29,205 12th: Gal Yifrach – $29,205 13th: Aleksandr Shevelev – $25,270 14th: James Carroll – $25,270 15th: Ali Imsirovic – $25,270