Day 1 Completed
Day 1 Completed
Event #11 of the 2020 PACOOP: $200 NLHE [Super Tuesday SE], $40K GTD surpassed its guaranteed prize pool by over 50% Tuesday night, drawing 325 entries (205 entries, 120 re-entries) to produce a $60,450 total prize pool.
Just over six-and-a-half hours of play brought the number of remaining players down to four, and a deal was then agreed upon with "POCKETNINEE" holding the chip lead at the time. A total of $800 was set aside for the winner, which they ultimately claimed to contribute toward their first-place winnings of $9,670.
PACOOP-06 Final Table Results
*Denotes four-way deal, numbers reflect the $800 extra to winner
The tournament started with 45 registered players, though that number more than doubled in the first two levels of play. Roughly one-third of the 325 entries recorded throughout the three-hour late registration period remained when the prize pool became official, and it took less than an hour from there to reach the money, where the top 47 were paid.
Another hour went by before the final two tables were reached, and eventually only nine remained after "POCKETNINEE" eliminated "Dkoot74" in 10th place on the final table bubble. The theme of the final table was an overall roller coaster that nobody seemed to be immune to, and "POCKETNINEE" cracked pocket kings with ace-queen during five-handed play to take the chip lead and never look back, single-handedly eliminating "[email protected]", "mord57", "LelandGaunt38", and "gtl666" to amass all the chips in the tournament and claim victory.
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Full 2020 Pennsylvania Championship of Online Poker (PACOOP) Schedule
Check out the rremaining event PACOOP schedule below with the featured PokerNews live-reported tournaments bolded.
|14||23-Sep (W)||8 p.m.||$500 NLHE [6-Max, High Roller], $50K Gtd|
|15||23-Sep (W)||9 p.m.||$150 NLHE, $15K Gtd|
|16||24-Sep (Th)||7 p.m.||$200 NLHE [Progressive KO, Thursday Thrill SE], $40K Gtd|
|17||24-Sep (Th)||7:30 p.m.||$20 NLHE [Progressive KO, Mini Thrill], $20K Gtd|
|18||24-Sep (Th)||8 p.m.||$100 PL 5-Card Draw [8-Max, Turbo], $10K Gtd|
|19||25-Sep (F)||7:30 p.m.||$200 8-Game, $15K Gtd|
|20||25-Sep (F)||9:30 p.m.||$150 NLHE [6-Max, Turbo], $20K Gtd|
|21||26-Sep (Sa)||5 p.m.||$100 NLHE [8-Max, Deepstack], $35K Gtd|
|22||26-Sep (Sa)||8 p.m.||$50 NLHE [Saturday Speedway SE], $15K Gtd|
|23||27-Sep (Su)||1 p.m.||$100 NLHE [8-Max, Turbo, Marathon], $35K Gtd|
|24||27-Sep (Su)||2 p.m.||$100 PLO [8-Max, Turbo], $10K Gtd|
|25||27-Sep (Su)||3:30 p.m.||$150 NLHE [6-Max], $25K Gtd|
|26||27-Sep (Su)||5 p.m.||$100 NLHE [Sunday Special SE], $100K Gtd|
|27||27-Sep (Su)||7 p.m.||$200 NLHE [Progressive KO], $35K Gtd|
|28||27-Sep (Su)||9 p.m.||$75 NLHE [Sunday SuperSonic SE], $12K Gtd|
|29||28-Sep (M)||7 p.m.||$200 NLHE [4-Max], $25K Gtd|
|30||28-Sep (M)||8 p.m.||$500 PLO [6-Max, High-Roller], $25K Gtd|
|31||29-Sep (Tu)||7 p.m.||$250 NLHE [Hyper-Turbo, Super Tuesday], $40K Gtd|
|32||29-Sep (Tu)||8 p.m.||$100 NLO8 [8-Max], $10K Gtd|
|33||30-Sep (W)||7 p.m.||$30 NLHE [6-Max, Turbo], $20K Gtd|
|34||30-Sep (W)||8 p.m.||$200 NLHE, $30K Gtd|
|35||30-Sep (W)||9 p.m.||$100 Stud Hi/Lo, $10K Gtd|
|36||1-Oct (Th)||7 p.m.||$250 NLHE [Progressive KO, Thursday Thrill], $40K Gtd|
|37||1-Oct (Th)||9 p.m.||$150 NLHE, $20K Gtd|
|38||2-Oct (F)||7 p.m.||$200 FLHE [6-Max, Turbo], $10K Gtd|
|39||2-Oct (F)||9 p.m.||$200 NLHE [Hyper-Turbo], $15K Gtd|
|40||3-Oct (Sa)||6 p.m.||$300 NLHE [6-Max], $40K Gtd|
|41||3-Oct (Sa)||9 p.m.||$75 NLHE [6-Max], $20K Gtd|
|42||4-Oct (Su)||2 p.m.||$100 NLHE [Turbo, Progressive KO, Deepstack], $25K Gtd|
|43||4-Oct (Su)||5 p.m.||$300 NLHE [Main Event], $200K Gtd|
|44||4-Oct (Su)||6 p.m.||$50 NLHE [Mini Main Event], $40K Gtd|
|45||4-Oct (Su)||8 p.m.||$100 NLHE [Progressive KO], $30K Gtd|
|46||4-Oct (Su)||9 p.m.||$100 PLO [6-Max, Hyper-Turbo], $10K Gtd|
|47||4-Oct (Su)||10 p.m.||$75 NLHE [Sunday SuperSonic SE], $10K Gtd|
|48||5-Oct (M)||7 p.m.||$100 NLHE [Nightly Stars SE – PACOOP Wrap-Up], $35K Gtd|
|49||5-Oct (M)||8 p.m.||$50 NLHE [8-Max, Phase 2], $50K Gtd|
|50||5-Oct (M)||9 p.m.||$100 NLHE [6-Max, Hyper-Turbo, Deep Hyper Turbo], $15K Gtd|
In Level 37 with blinds of 60,000/120,000 and an ante of 15,000, the first seven hands of heads-up play saw zero flops. On hand number eight of the match, "POCKETNINEE" raised to 240,000 on the button and "gtl666" shoved for 2.66 million. "POCKETNINEE" called.
"gtl666" was unable to spike a three outer as the runout came and the pot was shipped to "POCKETNINEE", who became the winner of PACOOP 11 as a result, earning an additional $800 to bring their total winnings for the evening up to $9,670 while "gtl666" has taken second place, earning a prize of $6,601 as agreed upon from the four-way chop.
Stay tuned; a recap of the tournament will be posted shortly.
Hand #1: In Level 37 with blinds of 60,000/120,000 and an ante of 15,000, "POCKETNINEE" jammed on the button and "mord57" called all in from the big blind for 1.18 million.
A jack on the turn was not enough as the runout left "mord57" unable to beat the pair of aces that "POCKETNINEE" hit on the flop and they finished in fourth place in the tournament shortly after agreeing to a deal.
Hand #2: Three hands later, "POCKETNINEE" opened to 300,000 on the button and "LelandGaunt" re-shoved for 1.64 million in the small blind. "POCKETNINEE" called.
"POCKETNINEE" picked up a three-out gutshot on the flop , but they did not need it to fill despite missing the turn , as the river gave them tens up and eliminated "LelandGaunt38" in third place.
Immdiately after the elimination of "[email protected]" in fifth place, the final four players have agreed to a deal. The following payouts have been agreed upon for the four remaining players, with the mandatory minimum of $800 still up for grabs for the winner of the tournament.
In Level 37 with blinds of 60,000/120,000 and an ante of 15,000, "[email protected]" shoved for 624,000 in the hijack and was called by "POCKETNINEE" in the small blind.
Though "[email protected]" hit a jack on the flop , they were still in trouble and were drawing dead soonafter when the turn appeared. The river finished the runout and they were eliminated in fifth place.
In Level 36 with blinds of 50,000/100,000 and an ante of 12,500, "mord57" opened to 250,000 on the button and received a call from "POCKETNINEE", who defended their big blind. The flop fell and "POCKETNINEE" check-called a continuation-bet of 500,000 from "mord57" to bring the turn on board. "POCKETNINEE" led out with a jam for 935,000 and "mord57" called.
"POCKETNINEE" had top pair, top kicker with the nut-flush draw but it was still behind "mord57's" pocket kings. However, they were saved on the river , completing the flush to double and earn a pot of almost 3.5 million as a result.
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Hand #1: In Level 35 with blinds of 40,000/80,000 and an ante of 10,000, "[email protected]" open-jammed for 566,000 in the cutoff and "NAAAARD" called in the big blind.
The board ran out , giving "[email protected]" a set of kings to double and leave "NAAAARD" as the shortest stack in the tournament with just 670,000.
Hand #2: Exactly one orbit (six hands) later, "[email protected]" once again open-jammed in the cutoff to put all remaining players all in. "mord57" called all in as the effective stack of 1.077 million, and "NAAAARD" also called all in for 570,000.
The flop left "mord57" ahead, but "[email protected]" picked up four direct outs on the turn to score a double knockout. When all was said and done, the river only improved the already-best hand of "mord57", earning them both pots good for 2.82 million and the knockout with their set of queens.
"NAAAARD" was eliminated from the tournament in sixth place as a result, receiving a payday of $2,423.
In Level 35 with blinds of 40,000/80,000 and an ante of 10,000, "mord57" shoved their last 618,000 in preflop in the hijack and were called by "NAAAARD", who was on the button.
Start-of-final-table chip leader "mord57" found themselves dominated and at risk for their tournament life, but the runout saved them and the pot of 1.41 million was shipped their way for the dub.