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2021 SHRPO Early Action: Yuval Bronshtein Wins Two Titles; Raminder Singh Ties Record

2021 SHRPO Winners

The 2021 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open (SHRPO) began back on July 22 and will run through August 10 culminating with the $5,250 buy-in, $3 million GTD Main Event from August 6-10.

Click here to see the full 2021 SHRPO schedule.

As July ends, the series has already catered to over 8,000 combined entries and has awarded in excess of $2.3 million in prize money through just 16 completed tournaments.

Here are some highlights from the first week of action.

Yuval Bronshtein Nabs Two Titles

Yuval Bronshtein & Nancy Birnbaum

The first trophy awarded during the series was for Event #2: $400 Limit Omaha 8 (Freezeout), a tournament that attracted 100 players and awarded a $34,000 prize pool. The tournament ended in a four-handed deal that saw the chip leader at the time, Yuval Bronshtein, claim the trophy and $6,673 in prize money.

It was a bit of déjà vu as he had won the same event via a four-way deal back in January.

“It’s pretty nice,” Bronshtein told SHRPO reporters. “I won this one in January, and right after that had two second-place finishes in mixed events. Good start to the series for sure.”

Indeed, it was a good start as just a few days later he was at it again in Event #4: $400 Deep Stack Pot-Limit Omaha, a tournament that drew 133 entries and offered up a $45,220 prize pool. Bronshtein claimed his second trophy of the series after a heads-up deal with Nancy Birnbaum.

“Since I won my WSOP bracelet (in the summer of 2019), I’ve got this tremendous confidence whenever I get to a final table,” Bronshtein said. “I don’t feel any stress or pressure. I just feel like I can always play my game, I feel like I’m going to play better than everyone, I feel like I’m going to run better than everyone, and get cards when I need them in the crucial spots.”

Event #4: $400 Deep Stack PLO Final Table Results

PlacePlayerPrize
1Yuval Bronshtein$10,423*
2Nancy Birnbaum$10,422*
3Lexy Gavin$4,795
4Brad Speight$2,940
5Renato Labadan$2,240
6Patrick Lacy$1,900
7Douglas Taylor$1,650
8Hal Rotholz$1,445

*Denotes heads-up deal.

T.K. Miles Big Stack Champ

T.K. Miles
T.K. Miles

From July 26-28, Event #7: $200 Big Stack NLH players out. The tournament more than doubled its $150K guarantee as 2,056 entrants across six starting flights created a $328,960 prize pool. On Day 2, 260 players returned to action with Florida’s T.K. Miles sitting second in chips.

The accomplished poker pro used his chips and experience to turn his $200 buy-in into a $51,560 payday after winning the tournament outright. The win saw him cross $4 million in lifetime tournament earnings according to The Hendon Mob.

Others to cash the tournament were Lucas Tae (2nd - $37,055), Alex Morgovsky (3rd - $24,645), Sergio Perez (10th - $4,640), Tamara Goldshteyn (20th - $1,900), Rafael Lima (30th - $1,090), Brandon Miller (43rd - $920), and Daryl Boatwright (49th - $785).

Event #7: $200 Big Stack NLH Final Table Results

PlacePlayerPrize
1T.K. Miles$51,560
2Lucas Tae$37,055
3Alex Morgovsky$24,645
4John Nguyen$18,335
5David Shmuel$13,910
6Jose Silva$11,215
7Steve Raeman$8,700
8Jose Nigaglioni$6,285
9Guillermo Reyes$4,640

Raminder Singh Ties Record

Raminder Singh
Raminder Singh

On Thursday, July 29, Raminder Singh topped a 333-player field to win Event #14: $200 Double Green Chip Bounty, which nearly tripled its $20K guarantee by generating a $53,280 prize pool.

The tournament ended in a three-way deal with Singh receiving the trophy and $6,256, It was significant as it marked his seventh Seminole Hard Rock Poker major trophy, which tied him with David Prociak for most in history,

Singh’s first three titles came in 2015, while he’s one each from 2018-21.

Event #14: $200 Double Green Chip Bounty Final Table Results

PlacePlayerPrize
1Raminder Singh$6,256*
2Anthony Askey$5,640*
3Theo Lawson$4,649*
4Alfredo Moran$2,290
5Rosario Simone$1,765
6Joseph Langsam$1,460
7Joseph Trudden$1,220
8Brian Baris$995
9Christopher Miranda$780

*Denotes three-way deal.

2021 SHRPO Winners Thus Far

DateTournamentEntriesPrize PoolWinnerPrize
July 22-25Event #1: $400 Deep Stack NLH3,730$1,249,550Joseph Rossi$138,887
7/22/21Event #2: $400 Limit Omaha 8 (Freezeout)100$34,000Yuval Bronshtein$6,673
7/23/21Event #3: $400 HORSE (Freezeout)82$27,880Avery Bloom$6,903
7/25/21Event #4: $400 Deep Stack PLO133$45,220Yuval Bronshtein$10,423
7/25/21Event #5: $400 Deep Stack NLH302$102,680Clifford Conners$22,750
July 25-26Event #6: $1,100 Deep Stack NLH126$122,220Richard Menjura$35,355
July 26-28Event #7: $200 Big Stack NLH2,056$328,960T.K. Miles$51,560
7/26/21Event #8: $400 Black Chip Bounty171$41,040Eric Piderit$10,730
7/26/21Event #9: $400 Deep Stack PLO122$41,480Rebekah Emmons$12,475
7/27/21Event #10: $400 6-Max NLH217$73,780Lunique Petiote$13,000
7/27/21Event #11: $400 Omaha 8/Stud 893$31,620Ziya Rahim$9,065
7/28/21Event #12: $400 Deep Stack NLH Freezeout184$62,560Michael Rosen$11,095
7/28/21Event #13: $400 6-Max PLO128$43,520Colbert Silva$7,136
7/28/21Event #14: $200 Double Green Chip Bounty333$36,630Raminder Singh$6,256
7/29/21Event #16: $600 Limit Omaha 8 (Freezeout)111$58,275Scott Matejka$15,108
7/30/21Event #17: $600 HORSE (Freezeout)108$56,700Andy Woodmancey$13,121

*Image courtesy of SHRPO.

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