Day 1 Completed
Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
Event #14 of the 2020 PACOOP: $500 NLHE [6-Max, High Roller], $50K GTD surpassed its guaranteed prize pool Wednesday night, drawing 169 entries (116 entries, 53 re-entries) to produce a $79,430 total prize pool.
Just over five-and-a-half hours of play brought the number of remaining players down to one as "NeolithicFarmer" defeated "ActuallLy" heads-up to claim the first-place winnings of $16,067.12.
The tournament started with 40 registered players, though that number more than doubled in the first three levels of play.
Roughly one-third of the 169 entries recorded throughout the two and a half 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 23 were paid.
Another hour went by before the final two tables were reached, and eventually, only six remained after "NeolithicFarmer" eliminated "pariszoo11" in 7th place on the final table bubble.
PACOOP-06 Final Table Results
Once the final table was reached, it looked as "NeolithicFarmer" was the clear favorite to win as they continued to steamroll the competition eliminating "Homie Sr" in sixth place, "CleggsOnGG" in fifth place, and "dkline1984" in third palce. "ActuallLy" was the only other player to eliminate someone at the final table as they dropped "TripleAce418" in fourth place, leaving the two players heads-up.
"NeolithicFarmer" held almost a 2:1 chip advantage once the heads-up battle started but "ActuallLy" wouldn't go down without a fight. "ActuallLy" went on a little heater in Level 29 and left "NeolithicFarmer" with only 12 big blinds at one point.
The heater wouldn't last long as "NeolithicFarmer" hit running cards to make straight on the river holding ace-six against "ActuallLy's" ace-queen.
Once the tables turned, "NeolithicFarmer" made quick work of "ActuallLy" and claimed victory.
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Full 2020 Pennsylvania Championship of Online Poker (PACOOP) Schedule
Check out the remaining event PACOOP schedule below with the featured PokerNews live-reported tournaments bolded.
|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 30 with blinds at 25,000/50,000 (6,000 ante), "NeolithicFarmer" limped in and "ActuallLy" checked their option to see a flop appear.
"ActuallLy" checked-raised to 150,000 after "NeolithicFarmer" fired out 50,000 and "NeolithicFarmer" three-bet to 300,000.
"ActuallLy" then jammed for 1,017,424 and was snap-called by "NeolithicFarmer".
"ActuallLy" was way behind "NeolithicFarmer's" flopped two-pair and neither the turn, nor the river were any help, ending their tournament in second place for $12,073.63.
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In Level 28 with blinds at 15,000/30,000 (3,750 ante), "dkline1984" raised all in for 607,266 from the small blind and "NeolithicFarmer" called from the big blind.
It was a classic race with "NeolithicFarmer" out in front and nothing changed after the flop.
The turn added more outs to "dkline1984's" hand as they picked up a broadway draw but the board completed with the on the river, ending their tournament in third place for 9,072.80.
In Level 27 with blinds at 12,500/25,000 (3,250 ante), "NeolithicFarmer" raised to 50,000 from under the gun and was called by "ActuallLy" the button along with "TripleAce418's" from the small blind.
Once the flop appeared, "TripleAce418" moved all in for 198,036 and was called by "ActuallLy" after "NeolithicFarmer" folded.
Both players flopped top-pair but "ActuallLy" held the better kicker and neither the turn, nor the river were any help to "TripleAce418", ending their tournament in fourth place for $6,817.81.
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In Level 27 with blinds at 12,500/25,000 (3,250 ante), "CleggsOnGG" raised to 50,000 from the button and "NeolithicFarmer" three-bet to 178,500 from the small blind.
Action folded back around to "CleggsOnGG" who four-bet all in for 735,732 and "NeolithicFarmer" called.
It was a classic race with "CleggsOnGG" behind and nothing changed after the flop.
The turn wasn't a bad card for "CleggsOnGG" as they added straight and flush draws but the river fell a blank with the ending their tournament in fifth place for $5,123.29
In Level 26 with blinds at 10,000/20,000 (2,500 ante), "NeolithicFarmer" raised to 40,000 from the hijack and then called "Homie Sr's" 905,112 three-bet jam from the small blind.
"NeolithicFarmer" was ahead with their pocket queens and nothing changed after the flop.
The turn gave "Homie Sr" some life as they picked up a gutshot but the completed the board on the river ending their tournament in sixth place for $3,849.93.
In Level 26 with blinds at 10,000/20,000 (2,500), "NeolithicFarmer" raised to 40,000 from the cutoff and then called "pariszoo11's" 296,142 three-bet jam from the big blind.
"pairszoo11" was ahead with their pocket queens until an ace appeared in the window on the flop.
The turn was no help to "pairszoo11" as they needed a queen to stay alive but the river came the ending their tournament in seventh place for $3,076.96.