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"RunnerRunner99" Wins partypoker US Network Online Mini-Series Event #8: $1,000 GTD NLH R+A For $635
The 2020 partypoker US Network Online Mini-Series Event #9: $1,000 GTD NLH R+A saw "RunnerRunner99" win in dominate fashion after taking off with a commanding chip lead since Level 6 to win the $635 top prize.
Once the registration period had ended after Level 18, the $1,692 prize pool became official thanks to the 59 unique players that contributed to 108 re-buys, along with 21 addons. From there, only 20 players remained and they fell rapidly all the way up to the final table.
With nine players sitting at the final table, action slowed down as only seven of them would be walking away with a payday. It took a total of three levels until "EataHoagie" and "Walmart1" finally dropped leaving the remaining players all in the money.
With the final seven players remaining, it took less than one full level before the tournament reached its conclusion due to the heater of "RunnerRunner99", as they eliminated five of the final seven players on their way to victory.
Event #9 Results
PokerNews coverage will continue for the series on Friday, with updates coming for Event #9: $1,000 GTD ($10).
In Level 29 with blinds at 25,000/50,000 (6,250 ante), "RunnerRunner99" opend for 300,000 and then called "Orock155" all in three-bet for 1,645,181.
"Orock155" was ahead and connected with the flop.
The turn however, gave "RunnerRunner99" the flush draw which they completed with the on the river ending "Orock155" run in second place.
In Level 29 with blinds at 25,000/50,000 (6,250 ante), "RunnerRunner99" opened for 300.000 on the button and "Amanda89123" three-bet all in for 1,371,764 from the big blind, "RunnerRunner99" called.
"Amanda89123" was ahead with their made hand of jacks but the flop gave them a sweat as "RunnerRunner99" added outs drawing to the nut flush.
The turn didn't change a thing but the river came the completing "RunnerRunner99" flush and eliminating "Amanda89123" in third place.
In Level 29 with blinds at 25,000/50,000 (6,250 ante), "Cooldude83" open-jammed for 365,611 and was called by "RunnerRunner99" from the big blind.
"Cooldude83" was behind but the flop added more outs drawing to the wheel.
Unfortunley for "Cooldude83", the turn and river weren't the cards they were looking for ending their tournament in fourth place.
In Level 29 with blinds at 25,000/50,000 (6,250 ante), "Orock155" moved all in for 1,502,451 and "LMTNJ09called for less from the big blind holding 461,780.
"LMTNJ09" had "Orock155" crushed and the flop didn't change that.
The turn paired the board and "LMTNJ09" was looking good to grab the double-up until the appeared on the turn ending their tournament.
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In Level 28 with blinds at 40,000/40,000 (5,000 ante), "Rakonraid9" was all in preflop for 225,521 and was called by "RunnerRunner99".
"Rakonraid9" was in rough shape and didn't find any help on the runout ending their tournament in fifth place.
In Level 28 with blinds at 40,000/40,000 (5,000 ante), action folded around to "RA679" who moved all in for 116,712 from the small blind and was called by "Orock155" from the big blind.
"RA679" had "Orock155 dominated until the flop appeared giving "Orock155" top-pair.
The turn didn't change a thing nor the river ending "RA679" tournament in seventh place.
In Level 27 with blinds at 18,000/36,000 (4,500 ante), "RunnerRunner99" limped in from the small blind, then called "RA679" all in raise from the big blind.
"RA679" was ahead with their made hand of queens and nbothing changed after the runout securing their double-up on the money bubble.