Day 1 Completed
Day 1 Completed
Chris "rumpthumper" White has just outlasted a field of 57 in the partypoker US Network Online Series Event #5: $15,000 GTD, earning the top prize of $5,625 for his performance. White's victory took just under four-and-a-half hours, culminating with a come-from-behind victory heads-up against "Standoff23".
Earlier this week, White took second place in Event #2, and was able to avenge that for what became his second score of more than $5,000 in a partypoker US Network Online Poker Series Event (his first one came in June's series).
Event #4 Final Table Results
|1||Chris “rumpthumper” White||$5,625|
|4||Michael "miw210x" Wang||$1,537|
|7||Ryan “simlSgg” Hagerty||$712|
Ryan "Whosyourdoddy" Dodd, Alex "JinYang" Butcher, Michael “UFOLDIWIN” St. John, Angel "chromeking" Lopez, and Brian “TopCreature” Sherrier were among those that fell around the time that the registration period ended, and just 14 players remained some 15 minutes later.
Mike "MistaMenza" Menzer, Michael “IIIIIIIIIIIII” Haberman, and Eric "alwaysliquid" Vanauken" were among the next wave of eliminations and brought about the final table. "Doni34" was eliminated in eighth place some 40 minutes later to reach the money, and that number quickly became five after White scored a double knockout with pocket queens to two ace-kings.
Eliminations then occurred steadily, with "Ozzy_Rocks111" busting to eventual third-place finisher "marysgotqueens." White got the next knockout, eliminating Michael "miw210x" Wang in fourth place before "marysgotqueens" lost a coin flilp to "Standoff23" to bow out in third.
"Standoff23" entered heads-up play with around 60% of the chips in play, but quickly saw that lead dissipate as White clawed his way back to even and eventually pulled away. The final hand saw him hold all-in preflop with pocket fives to ace-ten, and all the chips were shipped his way along with a score of more than $5,600.
PokerNews will resume coverage on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. ET with Event #6: $5,000 GTD NLH Freezeout, which features a $215 buy-in and will allow players a maximum of one entry for the event.
In Level 24 with blinds of 12,000/24,000, "Standoff23" opened to 60,000 on the button and Chris “rumpthumper” White three-bet jammed for 500,000 effective. "Standoff23" called.
Chris “rumpthumper” White:
This was about the fifth time that White had three-bet shoved out of the big blind before receiving a call, and he found himself slightly ahead with a chance to win the tournament with his pocket fives. The board ran out , leaving him out in front to earn the victory as "Standoff23" was eliminated as the runner up of the tournament, earning $2,962 for their efforts.
A recap of the event will be posted shortly.
|Chris “rumpthumper” White||1,710,000||718,195|
In Level 24 with blinds of 12,000/24,000 and an ante of 3,000, Chris “rumpthumper” White won a few small pots to bring stacks nearly even before calling a raise to 60,000 in the big blind.
White checked the flop of and "Standoff23" made a continuation-bet of 63,000 on the button. White put in a check-raise to 189,000 and "Standoff23" folded.
With the pot, White has now overtaken the chip lead as heads-up play continues.
|Chris “rumpthumper” White||991,805||291,500|
In Level 23 with blinds of 10,000/20,000 and an ante of 2,500, "marysgotqueens" jammed for 385,000 on the button and received a call from "Standoff23," who was in the big blind.
The two were in a classic coin flip situation and "marysgotqueens" was unable to hit a king or queen as the runout came to leave "Standoff23" on top. As a result, "marysgotqueens" finished in third place and earned $2,062 for their efforts.
The heads-up match between "Standoff23" and Chris “rumpthumper” White has now begun, with "Standoff23" starting the match with a three-to-two chip lead.
|Chris “rumpthumper” White||700,305||9,500|
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In Level 22 with blinds of 8,000/16,000, a blind-on-blind battle between "Standoff23" in the small blind and "marysgotqueens" in the big blind saw all of the chips get into the middle on the turn with a borad of .
"Standoff23" got it in with top set and needed to fade their opponent's nut flush draw. The river came and the pot of 667,000 was shipped their way, putting them within two big blinds of the chip lead that Chris “rumpthumper” White holds.
|Chris “rumpthumper” White||690,805||-12,000|
Action folded to in the small blind who jammed for just under 200,000 and Chris “rumpthumper” White called in the big blind.
Michael "miw210x" Wang:
Chris “rumpthumper” White:
After several doubles, Wang found himself on the wrong end of the coin flip after the runout gave White two pair, leaving Wang with the second-best hand to result in his fourth-place elimination in the tournament.
|Chris “rumpthumper” White||702,805||74,632|
|Michael "miw210x" Wang||Busted|
In Level 21 with blinds of 7,000/14,000 and an ante of 1,750, "marysgotqueens" opened to 42,000 in the small blind and Michael "miw210x" Wang three-bet jammed for 128,000. "marysgotqueens" called.
Michael "miw210x" Wang:
Wang found himself way ahead and pulled even further out in front on the flop . The turn gave them four outs to fade on the river, and they did so with ease as gave them trips en route to a double.
|Chris “rumpthumper” White||628,173||-102,908|
|Michael "miw210x" Wang||264,632||193,224|
In Level 21 with blinds of 7,000/14,000 and an ante of 1,750, action was heads up between "Ozzy_Rocks111" in the big blind and "marysgotqueens," who was in the cutoff. Stacks got in on a flop of after "Ozzy_Rocks111" check-shoved for their stack and received a quick call.
"Ozzy_Rocks111" was ahead but still had 11 cards in the deck that would spell doom. One came on the turn , leaving them in need of a two outer that never came as the river completed the runout and resulted in them taking fifth place in the tournament.
Meanwhile, Michael "miw210x" Wang has found a couple of doubles and has chipped up to five big blinds, with a stack of 71,000.
|Chris “rumpthumper” White||731,081||-47,954|
|Michael "miw210x" Wang||71,408||57,056|