On Tuesday, the WSOP.com December Deep Stack Series continued with the second event of the series. It was originally planned that Event #2: Pot-Limit Omaha would take place in both Nevada and New Jersey, but the event on WSOP.com NJ did not run because it was cancelled due to lack of minimum participants. The event in Nevada was a success, though.
The second event of the series in Nevada attracted 43 players. The tournament was a $30 buy-in, but rebuys and add-ons were allowed for $27.30. In all, 31 rebuys and 25 add-ons were made, and the prize pool generated was $2,702.70. That nearly doubled the $1,500 guarantee the event boasted, and it was surely appreciated by "PR0522" who took home the top prize of $999.99.
The top five places were paid out a minimum of $297.29, and "voffvoffvoff" finished as the unfortunate "bubble boy" in sixth place.
Final Table Payouts — WSOP.com NV
The third event of the series will be a $1,500 guaranteed no-limit hold'em freeze out tournament with a $30 buy-in that starts at 5 p.m. local time in both Nevada and New Jersey. Remember, each tournament starts a player with very deep stacks of 200 big blinds, so you won't want to miss out.
Also, don't forget that there's still plenty of time to take advantage of the December Reload Bonus on WSOP.com. From now until Dec. 31, the site is offering a 100-percent reload bonus up to $500. Just make your next deposit using the code "YEAREND" to claim your bonus.
Take a look at the remaining schedule of events below:
2014 WSOP.com December Deep Stack Series
|Date||Start Time (local time)||Event||Buy-in||Guarantee|
|Wednesday, Dec. 17||5 p.m.||Deep Stack Series Event #3: No-Limit Hold'em||$30||$1,500|
|Thursday, Dec. 18||5 p.m.||Deep Stack Series Event #4: No-Limit Hold'em Turbo||$10 RB+AO||$1,000|
|Friday, Dec. 19||5 p.m.||Deep Stack Series Event #5: No-Limit Hold'em 6-Max||$50 RB+AO||$4,000|
|Saturday, Dec. 20||2 p.m.||Deep Stack Series Event #6: No-Limit Hold'em||$50 RB+AO||$5,000|
|Sunday, Dec. 21||2 p.m.||Deep Stack Series Event #7: No-Limit Hold'em||$100 RB+AO||$6,500|
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