Day 1 Completed
Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
On Sunday, the 2020 NJCOOP continued with Event #27: $300 NLHE [Sunday Special SE], $50K GTD. The tournament attracted 131 players who rebought 100 times, meaning the hefty $50,000 was easily eclipsed by $14,680. The top 31 players all took a slice of the prize pool home, but after seven-and-a-half hours of play, it was "snapcallzzz" who took home $12,613.85 for the victory.
"snapcallzzz" started the final table fourth in chips, but found himself with nearly half the chips in play after rivering the nut flush against eventual fourth place finisher "icecube2". Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman kept lurking all the way into heads-up play, and even managed to briefly take the chip lead during the half-hour heads-up battle.
A cooler hand would spell the end of Haberman's run in second place, however, as Haberman flopped trips with an ace kicker, only for "snapcallzzz" to flop a full house, and Haberman couldn't avoid disaster and sent the rest of his chips to "snapcallzzz" after jamming on the river.
|2||Mike "ForTheThr1ll" Haberman||$9,428.59|
|7||Tony "JoEiSiNz" Sinishtaj||$2,200.21|
|8||Dan "monkeyman067" Sewnig||$1,644.63|
|9||Ryan "ISlowRollYou" Hohner||$1,229.34|
Others to finish in the top 31 and earn a payday were "senor stinks" (11th - $1,060), Alex "Uber_N00ber" Astashkevich (15th - $913), "xaverian412" (24th - $787) and Mike "mmenz08816" Menzer (28th - $678).
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In Level 34 (60,000/120,000/15,000), "snapcallzzz" raised to 258,000 on the button, and Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman called in the big blind.
Haberman checked the flop to "snapcallzzz", who bet 152,880. Haberman check-raised to 600,000 and "snapcallzzz" called.
Haberman bet 643,640 on the turn, and "snapcallzzz" called again.
The completed the board on the river, and Haberman jammed for 2,009,590. "snapcallzzz" snap-called, and Haberman showed for trip fives. Haberman had been coolered by "snapcallzzz" and their , however, and Haberman was forced to settle for second place.
|Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman||Busted|
A steady diet of small pots has sent the stacks to a dead heat between Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman and "snapcallzzz".
|Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman||5,685,106||2,685,266|
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In Level 33 (50,000/100,000/12,500), Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman limped in on the button, and "snapcallzzz" checked their option in the big blind.
"snapcallzzz" bet 100,000 on the flop, and Haberman called.
The fell on the turn, and "snapcallzzz" checked. Haberman bet 303,750 and "snapcallzzz" called.
"snapcallzzz" checked again on the river, and Haberman jammed for 983,670. "snapcallzzz" called with for a pair of jacks, but Haberman hit the river with his making a straight for the double.
|Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman||2,999,840||-72,580|
|Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman||3,072,420||-1,783,989|
In Level 32 (40,000/80,000/10,000), "BEINGGHOSTED" jammed for 662,003 from the small blind, and "snapcallzzz" made the call in the big blind.
After the flop fell, the most likely outcome seemed like a chop. The turn had other ideas, however, and "BEINGGHOSTED" couldn't catch a four on the river, sending them out in third place.
|Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman||4,856,409||3,669,542|
In Level 31 (35,000/70,000/8,750), Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman raised to 154,000 from under the gun, then called a three-bet shove from "icecube2" in the small blind for 1,543,184.
Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman:
Haberman flopped a set on the flop, then filled up on the turn to leave "icecube2" drawing dead to the river.
|Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman||3,191,369||2,004,502|
In Level 31 (35,000/70,000/8,750), "xsunny8891x" jammed for 524,698 from the cutoff, and Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman called in the big blind.
Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman:
Haberman paired his eight on the flop, leaving "xsunny8891x" drawing to runner-runner. No help came on the turn or river, and Haberman earned the knockout.
|Mike "FortheThr1ll" Haberman||2,883,225||1,696,358|