Run It Up Reno

Event #126 - $5,200 XL Inferno Super High Roller Chip In

Level Info

Level 26
Blinds 15,000 / 30,000
Ante 3,750

Players Info

Prize Pool $400,000
Event #126 - $5,200 XL Inferno Super High Roller Chip In
Day 1 Completed

"spud_gun888" Wins Event #126 - $5,200 XL Inferno Super High Roller Chip In

ericajax • Level 26: 15,000-30,000, 3,750 ante

Players started the tournament with 20,000 chips and had the option to do a rebuy in the case of losing all their chips. At the end of the registration period, there were 121 players and 41 rebuys to create a total prize pool of $810,000 which was divided by the last 18 players.

Long before the money was reached players like Chris "888Moorman" Moorman, Artem "veeea" Vezhenkov, Thomas "WushuTM" Muhlocker, Doug "DougPolkPKR" Polk, Scott "AggroSantos" Margereson, Mike "SirWatts" Watson, Roman "Romeopro33" Romanovskyi, Jussi "jnevanli" Nevanlinna and Sergio "zcedrick" Aido were all busted from the tournament.

Before the bubble came in sight, the tournament lost Niklas "tutten7" Astedt, Dominik "888Dominik" Nitsche, Adrian "ADRI_ATM" Mateos, Jonathan "chut_up" Von Fleet, Parker "888tonkaaa" Talbot and Anton "anteen" Bertilsson. On the bubble, "aIderfaIder" lost with his pocket jacks against ace-five and he was the last player to leave the tournament empty-handed.

The final table was reached aftere more than one hour and it started with just seven players. On the bubble of the final table, "sweetness158" and Robin "Inho" Ytalo were both busted so only seven players took a seat.

In quick succession, "iBotPauseNot" (seventh, $32,400), "Vickktor" (sixth, $40,500) and "AlreadyHigh" (fifth, $48,600) busted. From that moment, it was a long grind with the final four players. In the end, "ZeusLAZER" was sent to the rail on the fourth place after losing with ace-ten against ace-jack.

Fabricio "DrMiKee" Gonzalez ended up all in for his last nine big blinds with ace-six against the ace-seven of chip leader "spud_gun888". Once again, the best hand hold up and Gonzalez was sent to the rail in third place for $98,415.

Once again, "Kannwas" made it to the final table after finished in second place in the $2,100 High Roller earlier this series. This time he started with a 3:1-deficit and once again he couldn't win. On a king-five-seven-six-ten board, he bet-called all in with eight-ten for the second pair. That wasn't good enough because "spud_gun888" showed six-ten for two pair.

"Kannwas" had to settle for $129,600, while "spud_gun888" secured himself of the top spot for $186,300.

PositionPlayerCountryPrize
1spud_gun888United Kingdom$186,300
2KannwasGermany$129,600
3Fabricio "DrMiKee" GonzalezUruguay$98,415
4ZeusLAZERCanada$72,900
5AlreadyHighMexico$48,600
6VickktorPoland$40,500
7iBotPauseNotCanada$32,400
8Robin "Inho" YitaloSweden$24,300

Second Place Again For "Kannwas"

ericajax • Level 26: 15,000-30,000, 3,750 ante

After finishing second in the $2,100 High Roller, German player "Kannwas" finished in second place again. On a king-five-seven-six-ten board, he bet-called all in with eight-ten for the second pair. That wasn't good enough because "spud_gun888" showed six-ten for two pair.

"Kannwas" had to settle for $129,600, while "spud_gun888" secured himself of the top spot for $186,300.

Kannwas at Busted
Level:
26
Blinds:
15,000/30,000
Ante:
3,750
Level:
25
Blinds:
12,500/25,000
Ante:
3,125