|ZoZo The BoZo||184,683||184,683|
Level 17 just started and players are now on a five-minute break. Here is a list of eliminations.
"ToddLaxman" opened for 2,800 from the cutoff and "donkeyking_cs" called defending their big blind.
The flop came and "donkeyking_cs" lead out for 2,599, "ToddLaxman" called.
The turn put three hooks on the board and "donkeyking_cs" check-folded after "ToddLaxman" fired out 4,200.
The numbers are in! The PASCOOP $300 Main Event attracted 1,315 entries (845 players, 470 re-entries) and crushed its $200K GTD by creating a $368,200 prize pool. That will be paid out to the top 215 finishers with a min-cash being worth $569.31. The eventual winner will walk away with a $57,394.54 first-place prize.
Action on the table folded around to "A Frequent?" who moved all in for 13,609 from the small blind and was called by "isthiscanada?" from the big blind.
"A Frequent?" was behind but didn't receive any help from the flop.
The turn added outs to "A Frequent?" hand but the qc] river wasn't what they wanted to see eliminating them from the tournament.
PokerStars PA has been playing around with its guarantee for its biggest event of the week, the Sunday Special going from $40,000 to $100,000 back down to $50,000 this past week. Last Sunday, the buy-in doubled from the usual $100 to $200.
PokerStars PA PASCOOP-07-H: $100 NLHE [Sunday Special SE], $70K Gtd
The guarantee was smashed with 295 entries and 127 re-entries generating a huge $78,492 prize pool with 177 players collecting at least a min-cash of $373.
PokerStars PA Ambassador Jen "JenShahadePA" Shahade, who is in action here in the Main Event, was the biggest online poker winner in Pennsylvania after shipping it for $11,527. Shahade agreed to a an even-split, three-way deal with "Jonny LeGOAT" (second - $10,277) and "BMM2019" (third - $10,277) with $1,250 left to play for the winner.
Shahade gave something for her fans to root for as she streamed the victory for her first big poker stream.
|1||Jennifer "JenShahadePA" Shahade||$11,527*|
Only 14 minutes remain before registration closes as 374 players remain from the 1,275 entires.