Day 1 Completed
Day 1 Completed
It took just over five hours for "TuBucK" to top a field of 158 entries to take down the second event in the partypoker US Network Online PKO Series.
"TuBucK" earned $534.08 for the win but also tacked on an additional $144.74 through bounties. "TuBucK" started the final table as the chip leader, and he would rarely, if ever, give up that lead.
Event #2 Final Table Results
"TuBucK" would score the first knockout of the final table, but it was the second one that was the biggest hand of the tournament. "SenorAlto" was the second-biggest stack when he got his chips in with pocket aces against the ace-king of "TuBucK", but one king came on the flop, and a third on the turn, to give "TuBucK' an incredible bust out.
"TuBucK" would mostly sit on his stack until he busted "JonnyG" in fifth place, and he would go on to knock out every player remaining.
"yudibean" would start heads-up play at a big disadvantage, but he would score a few double ups in his comeback attempt. However, it would ultimately fall short, eventually busting to the Big Slick of "TuBucK."
Tomorrow, the buy-in shoots back up to $320 for the next Progressive Bounty Event on the schedule. In that event, $200 will go to the prize pool, and $100 will go to the bounty prize pool. Just like the last two nights, the action will be starting at 7:30 p.m. ET, and Pokernews.com will be here to give you all of the updates!
"yudibean" got his final chips in preflop holding , and he had two live cards against the of "TuBucK." "yudibean" picked up a ton of outs after the flop came down . However, an ace on the turn meant that only a diamond would do now.
The river was red, but it was the , giving "TuBucK" the final knockout of the day. For his efforts, "TuBucK" will take home nearly $640 total, including $144.74 in bounties.
Stay tuned for a full recap to be posted shortly.
"yudibean" got off to a good start in this heads up battle, but it looked all for not, as he got his final 800,000 and change in preflop holding , only to be dominated by the pocket nines of "TuBucK." However, a ten came right on the flop, and just like that, "yudibean" is right back in this, down just 2:1 at this point.
In the small blind, "TuBucK" moved all in, easily having "Bullsey8" covered. He would call with , and he was ahead of the of "TuBucK."
However, an eight would come on the flop, and "Bullsey8" wasn't able to catch up from there. This gets us heads up, with "TuBucK" holding a massive lead.
After "Rlo125" sent a double up to "Bullseye8", he would move all in preflop holding . Next to act, big stack "TuBucK" would make the call with . Neither player would improve until the river, where "TuBucK" caught an unnecessary ace to secure yet another knockout at this final table.
"JonnyG" was quite short when he got his final chips in the middle, and he was called by "yudibean" and "TuBucK." Both players would check the flop of , but after the turn, "yudibean" bet out, causing a fold from the chip leader.
"JonnyG" wasn't able to catch any of the paint cards he needed, giving the knockout to "yudibean."
The knockouts, and the unfortunate runouts leading to them, have continued at this final table. "ELITEMALESSO" is the latest victim, after getting his final chips in good holding . He was up against the of "Rlo125."
The flop of gave "ELITEMALESSO" top pair, and meant that "Rlo125" could only win with running cards. As you can guess, he would get a heart on the turn and river to hit runner runner flush to score another knockout.
On the next hand, "Bullsey8" raised from under the gun, only to see "millertime4244" move all in with two red queens. "Bullsey8" would make the call with , but he would be in rough shape after the flop came .
However, "Bullsey8" would catch another heart on the turn, and a third on the river to hit an unlikely flush to score the knockout.
The two biggest stacks at the final table just clashed in the biggest pot of the tournament, and it saw an absolutely brutal beat for "SenorAlto."
Action started with "TuBucK" raising to 70,000. It folded to "SenorAlto" in the big blind, and he reraised to 220,000. "TuBucK" moved all in, and "SenorAlto" snap called to produce a pot of over two million chips!
"TuBucK" was in rough shape, but after catching a king on the flop, he would get a third king on the turn. suddenly, "Senoralto needed a one outer on the river to survive, and that wouldn't come, giving "TuBucK" a massive, unlikely pot.