Day 1 Completed
Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
On Wednesday, the 2020 NJCOOP continued with Event #15: $1,000 NLHE [6-Max, High Roller], $45K GTD.
The tournament attracted 29 players who rebought 28 times, which meant the 57-entry field resulted in a $54,150 prize pool.
Once registration closed only 14 players remained meaning only half of them would be getting paid with the eventual winner taking home a $20,693.42 first-place prize.
After nearly six hours of play, it was "MartinChatwn" coming out on top to win the tournament for $20,693.42.
"MartinChatwn" began the final table as the chip leader and they went on a complete tear as they eliminated every single player to claim victory.
Event #15 Final Table Results
|2||Anthony "supremetny" Chin||$12,791.30|
|3||Jason "TiltedHard" Lawhun||$7906.75|
|4||David "coles93" Coleman||$4,887.43|
|5||Daniel “AvaGray” Lupo||$3,021.09|
The NJCOOP series, which will run through October 26, features $1 million in total guarantees across 54 events.
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The crown jewel of the series is of course the $300 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event, which boasts a $125,000 guarantee. That one takes place Sunday, Oct. 25 at 5 p.m. local time.
It'll be accompanied by a smaller $50 No-Limit Hold'em Mini Main Event, with a $25,000 guarantee.
Players who enjoy non-hold'em formats will also have plenty to choose from. There are several pot-limit Omaha events, including a $500 six-max high roller. There's even $100 Pot-Limit Badugi, $100 H.O.R.S.E. and $100 5-Card PLO.
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In Level 24 (5,000/10,000/1,500), a series of raises saw Anthony "supremetny" Chin get his 367,060 stack in the middle preflop and was called by "MartinChatwn"
Anthony "supremetny" Chin:
Both players woke-up with premium hands but "MartinChatwn's" was better and nothing the runout didn't change a thing as Chin was eliminated in second place.
|Anthony "supremetny" Chin||Busted|
In Level 24 (5,000/10,000/1,500), "MartinChatwn" raised all in for 852,227 from the small blind and Jason "TiltedHard" Lawhun called off his 94,213 stack from the big blind.
Jason "TiltedHard" Lawhun:
Lawhun was ahead and improved after the flop paired his ace.
The turn gave Lawhun a sweat as it gave his opponent big draws and "MartinChatwn" got there after the completed the board on the river ending Lawhun's tournament in third place.
|Anthony "supremetny" Chin||464,060||354,351|
|Jason "TiltedHard" Lawhun||Busted|
In Level 24 (5,000/10,000/1,500), "MartinChatwn" raised all in for 776,010 from the button and David "coles93" Coleman called off his 48,717 stack from the big blind.
David "coles93" Coleman:
Coleman woke up with the better hand but it was "MartinChatwn" who connected with the flop.
Unfortunately for Coleman, the appeared on the turn giving "MartinChatwn" trips and leaving Coleman drawing dead.
The meaningless completed the board on the river and Coleman made his exit in fourth place.
|David "coles93" Coleman||Busted|
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In Level 23 (4,000/8,000/1,250), "MartinChatwn" raised all in for 624,868 from the cutoff and Daniel “AvaGray” Lupo called off his 85,892 stack from the small blind.
Daniel “AvaGray” Lupo:
It was a classic race with Lupo looking to connect with one of his overs, but the feat was easier said than done as the runout ended his tournament in fifth place.
|Daniel “AvaGray” Lupo||Busted|
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The remaining players are on a five-minute break.
In Level 22 (3,500/7,000/1,000), "iFoldN0T" limped in on the button, as did Anthony "supremetny" Chin from the small blind and "MartinChatwn" three-bet to 38,500 from the big blind.
Action was back on "iFoldN0T" who four-bet jammed for 274,405 and only "MartinChatwn" called.
"iFoldN0T" was ahead with their made hand until a queen appeared in the window on the flop.
The turn improved "MartinChatwn's" hand and the river eliminated "iFoldN0T" in sixth place for $2,604.56.
|Anthony "supremetny" Chin||109,709||-14,633|