Day 1 Completed
Day 1 Completed
A break from big-bet-only games came by way of PACOOP-19: $200 8-Game, $15K GTD on Friday night, and it proved to be a hit. The eight-game mixed event drew 93 entries (70 entrants and 23 re-entries), generating an overall prize pool of $17,298 that was paid out to the top 11 players.
When the dust settled, "orionguide108" was the last one standing, coming out on top after a nearly two-hour-long final table they entered as one of the two chip leaders. One by one, players fell until three remained, and 40 minutes then went by as "orionguide108" pulled away from the pack before knocking out the last two players in quick succession to take down the top prize of $4,219.
PACOOP-19 Final Table Results
Players were forced to remain on their toes all tournament long as the eight-game rotation cycled through a different format of poker every six minutes. Twenty-six players registered from the start, though that number was into the 60s halfway through the three-hour-and-five-minute late registration period, and it continued to climb steadily until its final resting point at 93.
When registration closed, 41 players remained and it took just over 90 minutes for the bubble to burst with the final 11 set to be paid. Just moments later, hand-for-hand was once again enacted as just eight remained, though some 20 minutes passed before "pa55555" was eliminated in eighth place by "king12929" to reach the final table of seven.
Despite bursting the final table bubble, "king12929" was also the first to bust on the final table. They did so during 2-7 Triple Draw, with "pariszoo11" bowing out in sixth shortly thereafter during the same game. By the time 2-7 Triple Draw was reached again, action was three handed and "orionguide108" eliminated "hunterm708" from the tournament in third, taking a lead into the heads-up match that they would never relinquish.
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Remaining 2020 Pennsylvania Championship of Online Poker (PACOOP) Schedule
Check out the rremaining event PACOOP schedule below with the featured PokerNews live-reported tournaments bolded.
|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|
With blinds of 17,500/35,000 and bets of 35,000/70,000, "12356ers" raised on the button and was three-bet by "orionguide108" in the big blind. "123456ers" capped it and "orionguide108" called. "123456ers" had 10,000 remaining and it went in on the flop .
"123456ers" was ahead when cards were shown on the flop, but "orionguide108" proved to have too many outs as the turn and river gave them two pair, eights and fives to best the queens of "123456ers" and eliminate them from the tournament in second place for a payday of $3,214.
"orionguide108" has become the winner of PACOOP-19, earning $4,219 for their efforts. A tournament recap will be posted shortly.
With blinds of 17,500/35,000 and bets of 35,000/70,000, "123456ers" raised ;on the buttonand "orionguide108" defended their big blind. The flop came and "orionguide108" checked and called a continuation-bet.
Both players checked the turn and "orionguide108" fired out a bet on the river . "123456ers" folded and "orionguide108" took down the pot, further increasing their chip lead after a series of small pots to amass a stack of more than 2 million.
After increasing their chip advantage slightly to start the heads-up match, blinds were 15,000/30,000 with bets of 30,000/60,000, "orionguide108" raised on the button and "123456ers" called. The flop fell and both players checked, bringing the turn . "123456ers" bet and "orionguide108" called.
The river was and "123456ers" checked. "orionguide108" bet and "123456ers" called, taking the hand to showdown.
"orionguide108" showed for queens up and "123456ers" was unable to beat it, resulting in "orionguide108" taking down the pot and further increasing their chip advantage along the way.
2-7 Triple Draw
With blinds of 15,000/30,000 and bets of 30,000/60,000, "hunterm708" raised on the button and "orionguide108" defended their big blind. "orionguide108" drew three and "hunterm708" stood pat, and then "orionguide108" check-called a continuation-bet from "hunterm708".
Second draws went one and pat, and "orionguide108" led out thereafter. "hunterm708" went all in for less than a full raise and "orionguide108" called, and then both players stood pat on the final draw to take the hand to showdown.
"hunterm708" had been dealt a pat ten but "orionguide108" outdrew them and picked up a nine to knock them out of the tournament in third place.
2-7 Triple Draw
With blinds of 15,000/30,000 and bets of 30,000/60,000, "hunterm708" raised on the button and was called by both "123456ers" in the small blind and "orionguide108" in the big blind. Draws went two, two, one.
"123456ers" checked and then "orionguide108" bet. "hunterm708" called to put action back onto "123456ers", who folded. Action then went heads up to the second draw, which went one and one before "orionguide108" fired out a bet that "hunterm708" called. Both players stood pat on the final draw and "orionguide108" bet on the end, receiving a call from "hunterm708" to take the hand to showdown.
"orionguide108" showed for the wheel and took down the pot, leaving "hunterm708" under 400,000 after the hand was over.
2-7 Triple Draw
With blinds of 15,000/30,000 and bets of 30,000/60,000, "orionguide108" raised on the button and "123456ers" defended their big blind., drawing three cards after doing so while "orionguide108" took two. "123456ers" check-called a continuation-bet from "orionguide108" and then draws went two and one. "123456ers" then check-called another bet.
Final draws went one and pat, and action checked through on the end to take the hand to showdown.
"123456ers" showed and it wound up to be second best to the of "orionguide108", who has become the new chip leader after taking down the pot.
With blinds of 6,250/12,500, "hunterm708" completed the small blind and called a pot-sized raise to 37,500 from "123456ers" in the big blind. Action checked through flop and "hunterm708" made a pot-sized bet of 75,000 on the turn . "123456ers" called.
The river fell and "hunterm708" bet half the size of the pot, totaling 112,500. "123456ers" called again and the hand went to showdown.
"hunterm708" showed for a pair of jacks, which was no good to the that "123456ers" held for a flopped straight that became Broadway on the river. With the pot, "123456ers" is now over 1 million and is the chip leader with three still remaining in the tournament.
With blinds of 6,250/12,500 and an ante of 1,500, "hunterm708" completed in the small blind and "123456ers" checked their option in the big blind. The flop came and "hunterm708" made a pot-sized bet of 29,500. "123456ers" called.
The turn was and "hunterm708" checked. "123456ers" bet 52,200 and "hunterm708" called, bringing the river . "hunterm708" once again check-called a bet from "123456ers", this time for 105,500, and the hand went to showdown.
"123456ers" showed for flopped trips, and "hunterm708" opted to show a second-best hand of for a rivered two pair with a missed flush draw. With the hand, all three players are now within 100,000 of each other as three-handed play continues.