Day 1 Completed
Day 1 Completed
The latest event of the 2021 PACOOP was a massive success, as 247 players came out to play some short-handed poker tonight in Event #24: $250 NLHE 6-Max Championship Trophy Event, $40K GTD. In the end, it was "JesusTrackTeamC" who put together an impressive final table performance on their way to winning the lion's share of the $57,551 prizepool. Check out the final table breakdown below.
PACOOP Event 24 Final Table Results
|3||Michael "fubadbeatbob" McNicholas||$6,046|
Action of the Day
A total of 35 players finished in the money in this event. Some of the notables who failed to make the money included Andrew "And_Porter" Porter, Aubrey "RiverMeDaddy" Williams, and Mark "NaigoPA" Foresta. On the other hand,Jeff "TheSwagWagoon" Stellwagon (29th) and Vince "FuglyFunGuy" Lestingi (17th) would finish in the money, but bust short of the final table.
"JesusTrackTeamC" actually started out the final table as one of the shorter stacks, but it didn't take them long to rise up the counts. They would get up to over a million before the biggest pot of the final table, where they would flop a set of kings, and then turn quads to secure a massive double up.
"JesusTrackTeamC" actually wouldn't secure a knockout at the final table until they busted "KnightsofNight" in fourth place. "JesusTrackTeamC" had another monster hand in that one, pocket aces, and bested the flop top pair of their opponent.
"JesusTrackTeamC" would then win a flip to bust "fubadbeatbob" in third place, before making quick work of "dubbadell" heads up.
Congratulations again to "JesusTrackTeamC" for turning their $250 investment into a five figure payday. There will be more stories like this throughout the next two weeks here at Pokernews. Check out the upcoming PACOOP schedule below, and don't forget that there are more COOP events going on elsewhere in the states!
PokerNews PASCOOP Live Reporting Schedule
|September 18||Saturday||8 p.m.||Event #35: $250 PLO 6-Max High Roller Championship Trophy Event||$20,000|
|September 19||Sunday||6 p.m.||Event #38: $200 NLHE Sunday Special SE||$100,000|
|September 23||Thursday||7 p.m.||Event #50: $250 NLHE Progressive KO Thursday Thrill SE Championship Trophy Event||$55,000|
|September 26||Sunday||6 p.m.||Event #61: $300 NLHE Main Event||$200,000|
|September 26||Sunday||8 p.m.||Event #63: $1,000 NLHE High Roller Championship Trophy Event||$75,000|
"dubbadell" moved all in preflop for their final 942,667, and "JesusTrackTeamC" put them at risk holding . "dubbadell" was drawing very live with , but their hopes dwindled after the flop came down . The on the turn gave "JesusTrackTeamC" the nut flush draw, but the river was the giving them an unnecessary pair.
"dubbadell" will have to settle for $8,190 and second place, while "JesusTrackTeamC" earns the PACOOP title, along with $11,094 in prize money. Stay tuned for a full recap to be posted shortly.
"dubbadell" was already down a bit in this heads up battle, and they have just lost one of their legs in this first big heads up pot. They would limp in on the button, and "JesusTrackTeamC" checked their option to see a flop of come down. Both players checked, and the hit the turn.
"JesusTrackTeamC" checked again, and "dubbadell" fired 86,625. "JesusTrackTeamC" check raised to 220,775, and "dubbadell" called to see the complete the board. "JesusTrackTeamC" checked again, and "dubbadell" fired 329,478. "JesusTrackTeamC" quickly called with for a full house, while "dubbadell" was bluffing with five high.
"JesusTrackTeamC" raised to 148,775, and from the small blind, Michael "fubadbeatbob" McNicholas shoved for just over a million chips. "JesusTrackTeamC" called about a third of their stack with , and it was a classic race, as McNicholas showed pocket threes.
The flop of brought flush draw outs for "JesusTrackTeamC", and the turn also meant a ten would flip the script as well. The came on the river, giving "JesusTrackTeamC" a winning flush, and getting us to heads up play!
"JesusTrackTeamC" raised it up to 146,775, and "KnightsofNight" called to see the flop come down . "KnightsofNight" checked, and "JesusTrackTeamC" continued for 154,775. "KnightsofNight" check raised it to 412,300, only to see "JesusTrackTeamC" move all in for 1,772,689.
"KnightsofNight" called all in for about 1,200,000 with , but the top pair on board was far behind the aces shown by "JesusTrackTeamC." The on the turn meant only another queen would change things now, but the came instead, giving "JesusTrackTeamC" an unnecessary flush.
"1Boomswitch" was down to less than four big blinds when they shoved from the button. "fubadbeatbob" made the call with , and interestingly enough, "1Boomswitch" showed the royal flush partners .
The flop of gave "fubadbeatbob" trip queens, and meant "1Boomswitch" would need running jacks or kings now. However, the board finished our running fours, which changed nothing in the hand.
"steelpens84" opened the action by shoving all in for 393,968, and from the big blind, "dubbadell" would call holding . "steelpens84" was flipping holding , but they would be all but dead after the flop of gave "dubbadell" middle set.
"steelpens84" would need running cards to survive now, but the board finished out with running deuces to give "dubbadell" a full house.
The trend so far at this final table seems to be that if you give a double up, you will get one in return. "JesusTrackTeamC" just benefited from this in the biggest pot of the final table so far.
"JesusTrackTeamC" started the action by raising to 101,000, only to see "1BoomSwitch" move all in from the big blind. "JesusTrackTeamC" would call for over a million chips holding , and they were dominating the queens shown by "1BoomSwitch."
The flop of gave "JesusTrackTeamC" top set, but actually gave "1BoomSwitch" an extra outs, as one of the four remaining tens would work now. However, the came right on the turn, giving "JesusTrackTeamC" unbeatable quad kings.
Not long after losing that big pot, "KnightsofNight" would raise more than half of their stack to 250,000. From the big blind, "JesusTrackTeamC" set them all in holding , but "KnightsofNight" had them dominated with .
The board ran down , and "KnightsofNight" faded the ten and flush draw on the river to double.