2022 Seminole Hard Rock Lucky Hearts Poker Open Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, Florida Event 8 $600 Triple Stack Turbo NLH (Re-Entry) Entries: 94 Prize Pool: $49,820 January 16, 2022
Event 8 of the 2022 Lucky Hearts Poker Open, the $600 Triple Stack Turbo NLH (Re-Entry), drew 94 entries and a prize pool of $49,920. The final 12 players will make the money, with a min-cash set at $1,345. A first-place payday of $15,840 awaits the winner.
Closing out a busy Sunday schedule, we have a $600 Triple Stack Turbo with a lot of chips and fast structure. It will keep things moving and we’ll hand out another LHPO trophy before too long.
Players start with 30,000 stacks and all levels last 15 minutes. Late registration and unlimited re-entries are available until the start of Level 9 at 9:15 pm. They will cruise through the evening and crown a champion later this evening.
Players begin with 30,000 in chips
Levels last 15 minutes
Late registration until start of Level 9 (9:15pm)
This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
2021 Seminole Hard Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, Florida Event 8 $400 Deep Stack No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $50,000 Guaranteed Entries: 510 Prize Pool: $204,000 November 21, 2021
The Sunday one-day tournament drew a huge crowd of 510 entries, both from players who missed out on Day 2 of Event 1 or made some money early in the day. The field was so large that they quadrupled the $50K guarantee, creating a prizepool worth $204,000.
Action started at 1:00 pm, and it took nearly 15 hours just to reach the final table.
They played for about an hour before the final six players agreed to an ICM deal. As chipleader, Robert Brandl won the title, the trophy, and $23,178. Not bad for a one-day $400 buy-in tournament!
2021 Seminole Hard Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, Florida Event 8 $400 Deep Stack No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) $50,000 Guaranteed Entries: 510 Prize Pool: $170,850 November 21, 2021
The Sunday one-day tournament drew a huge crowd, both from players who missed out on Day 2 of Event 1 or made some money early in the day. All told, the $400 buy-in tournament drew a huge 510 entries to more than quadruple the $50,000 guarantee up to a prize pool worth $170,850.
The last 64 players will be paid some cash from the prize pool with $600 for a min-cash and $32,600 for the Event 8 champ.
Due to the huge Event 1 restart, the $400 Deep Stack one day tournament pushed its start time back to 1:30 pm to make sure we had tables for them to use. The fast action in the opening tournament meant there was plenty of room for Event 8 with the short delay.
The tournament has a $50,000 guaranteed prize pool and players start with 20,000 deep stacks with 30-minute levels. Late registration and unlimited re-entries are now available until the start of Level 9 at 6 pm. They will take a 40-minute dinner break at 8 pm and return to play down to our next RRPO champion.
Cards went in the air at 1:30 pm and we will hit the highlights throughout the day.
$50,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
Players begin with 20,000 in chips
Levels last 30 minutes
Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 9 (6pm)
This is a one-day tournament and plays to completion
2021 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, Florida Event 8 $400 Black Chip Bounty NLH (Single Re-Entry) $30,000 Guaranteed Entries: 171 Prize Pool: $41,040 Bounty Prize Pool: $17,100 July 26, 2021
Event 8 of the 2021 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open, a $400 Black Chip Bounty NLH (Single Re-Entry), drew 171 entries and generated a prize pool of $41,040, with another $17,100 dedicated to bounties. After about fourteen hours, Eric Piderit emerged victorious to capture the first-place prize of $10,730.
This is Piderit’s second Seminole Hard Rock Major trophy, having previously won a bounty event at the 2017 Showdown series, also outright. Playing for the win is important to Piderit, who does not entertain the idea of a chop.
“I don’t even know what first place pays,” Piderit said before heads-up play began. “If ever I make a huge final table, I’ll want the experience already of having played for the win. These tournaments are perfect for that.”
Originally from Brookline, Massachusetts, Piderit resides in Weston, Florida and is a regular at the Seminole Hard Rock. When he won his first SHRP trophy in 2017, his wife Tamra was there to see him do it. Tonight, it was his son Caleb on-site to witness the victory.
“He’s my best friend in the world,” Piderit said of Caleb. “Shout out to Team Ride or Die.”