Day 1 Completed
Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
"dhimp20" is the most recent winner of a partypoker US Network Online Series tournament, taking down Event #7: $20,000 GTD NLH. "dhimp20" was seen at the top of the leaderboard throughout the tournament as they outlasted 169 runners on their way to claiming the top prize of $8,788.
The event saw only 29 players start off the tournament but the players continued to pile in as the $20,000 GTD prize pool was surpassed before the start of Level 12.
Once the registration period ended, the $33,800 prize pool became official with the top 18 players receiving a payday.
There were 35 players to start Level 19 but that number quickly dwindled to 18 after "njpainter" bubbled the money at the start of Level 22. Once in the money, it took three full levels before the final table was reached.
Final Table Action
"IReadYrSoul" was the first person to drop at the final table after their pocket jacks were out-flopped by "Yogapaul1's" ace-four.
A full Level passed before "Shaun341" hit the rail in eighth place and they were followed by "Borgatcha" who took their exit seventh place.
"nigock" was next on the chopping block after they got their short-stack in with the better hand but had an unfortunate runout ending their tournament in sixth place.
Once five-handed action began, "dhimp20" went on an elimination spree, knocking out the remaining four players in Level 31.
Event #7 Results
|2||Dan “mj23style” Sewing||$6,084|
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In Level 31 with blinds of 35,000/70,000 and an ante of 8,750, Dan “mj23style” Sewing was all in preflop for 1,113,219 and was called by "dhimp20".
Dan “mj23style” Sewing:
"dhimp20" was ahead with their made hand of fours and Sweing couldn't connect with either of his two overcards on the runout ending his tournament in second place.
|Dan “mj23style” Sewing||Busted|
In Level 31 with blinds of 35,000/70,000 and an ante of 8,750, "dhimp20" opened for 180,000 on the button and then called "Yogapaul1's" three-bet jam of 529,772 from the big blind.
"Yogapaul1" was ahead until the flop paired "dhimp20's" nine.
The turn gave "dhimp20" two-pair as "Yogapaul1" needed a ten on the river to stay alive.
Unfortunately for "Yogapaul1", the completed the board ending their tournament in third place.
In Level 31 with blinds of 35,000/70,000 and an ante of 8,750, "ClarkWesterfeld" open-jammed for 1,969,384 on the button and was called by "dhimp20" from the big blind.
"ClarkWesterfeld" was behind and couldn't connect with their ace on the runout ending their tournamnet in fourth place.
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In Level 31 with blinds of 35,000/70,000 and an ante of 8,750, "dhimp20" opened for 180,000 on the button and trhen called "TheKing411's" all in three-bet of 464,095 from the big blind.
"TheKing411" held the better hand but didn't like the flop that added more outs to "dhimp20's" already live hand.
The turn was a bad card for "TheKing411" as it paired "dhimp20's" nine and the river completed their flush eliminating "TheKing411" in fifth place.
In Level 30 with blinds at 30,000/60,000 (7,500 ante), "ClarkWesterfeld" opened for 155,000 on the button and then called "nigock's" all in three-bet of 467,420 from the small blind.
"nigock" was ahead until the flop appeared pairing "ClarkWesterfeld's" jack.
The board paired with the on the turn and "nigock" needed to spike one of their overcards to stay alive.
Unfortunately for "nigock", the appeared on the river eliminating them in sixth place.
|Dan “mj23style” Sewing||2,157,905||405,200|
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