Live Events 2
RGPS Poker After Dark Satellite
Days:
1

Event Info

Players 49

Level Info

Level 14
Blinds 2,000 / 3,000
Ante 3,000

Highlights

Highlights

Tai Phan and Nick Petree Survive 4-Way All In

Brentharrington • Level 7: 300-600, 600 ante
Dan Martin
Dan Martin

Dan Martin moved all in and was part of a four-way all in pot. Tai Phan, Nick Petree, and Matthew Blackwell were the other three players.

Phan won his seat by final tabling RGPS Council Bluffs and followed it up with a fifth-place finish in the RGPS Tulsa Hard Rock main yesterday. He was in the lead with {k-Clubs}{k-Diamonds}.

Petree finished third in the RGPS Downstream Main Event and had {2-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}.

Blackwell earned his seat by final tabling the RGPS Tulsa Hard Rock main and finishing runner-up to Blair Hinkle earlier this morning. He had {a-Spades}{q-Spades}.

Martin, who earned his seat by winning the RGPS Deepstack tournament in Tunica, had {a-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}.

The board ran out {j-Diamonds}{9-Clubs}{2-Clubs}{j-Hearts}{3-Diamonds} and Petree won the main pot, while Phan won the side pot and eliminated both Blackwell and Martin.

Tai Phan us
Tai Phan
us 65,000 25,000
Nick Petree US
Nick Petree
US 42,000 42,000
Dan Martin us
Dan Martin
us Busted
Matthew Blackwell us
Matthew Blackwell
us Busted

Tags: Blair HinkleDan MartinMatthew BlackwellNick PetreeTai Phan

Level:
7
Blinds:
300/600
Ante:
600

Showbound Satellite Profile: Scott Lodes

Brentharrington • Level 6: 200-400, 400 ante
Scott Lodes
Scott Lodes

Scott Lodes final tabled RGPS Council Bluffs at the opening stop of the season to earn his seat in the Showbound satellite and is still in the field with 30 remaining. He's got $8,429 in career earnings.

He's from Omaha, NE and works at Pacific Life. He works with mutual funds and has two children. His oldest is in the Air Force and the youngest turns 11 in July.

Is there anyone you'd like to meet or play with if you make it on to Poker After Dark?

Hellmuth. He's the reason I started playing poker. I read his book in high school.

Scott Lodes us
Scott Lodes
us 18,000 18,000

Tags: Phil HellmuthScott Lodes

Level:
6
Blinds:
200/400
Ante:
400

Showbound Satellite Profile: Heather Alcorn

Brentharrington • Level 5: 200-300, 300 ante
Heather Alcorn and Sean McCormack
Heather Alcorn and Sean McCormack

Heather Alcorn might not be a familiar name, but she should be a familiar face to poker players who play at the WSOP.

She won her seat in the final event of the season the Jack and Jill tournament that finished Sunday night. Her partner was Aria Poker Operations Manager Sean McCormack, who was unable to win the Poker After Dark seat and therefore didn't register for the satellite.

Alcorn live in Ozark, MO and has been dealing for eight years. She has two "wonderful" boys.

Is there anyone you would want to play against on Poker After Dark?

Anybody I can beat.

She declined to name anyone specifically.

Heather Alcorn us
Heather Alcorn
us 18,000 18,000

Tags: Heather AlcornSean McCormack

Level:
5
Blinds:
200/300
Ante:
300

Showbound Satellite Profile: Corey Hodgeman

Brentharrington • Level 4: 100-200, 200 ante
Corey Hodgeman
Corey Hodgeman

Corey Hodgeman won his seat in the Showbound satellite thanks to his seventh-place finish in the RGPS Tunica Main Event. He says he was down to 1,600 chips and is now going to win one of the two seats.

He's spent the last year working at a mattress store and says most of the poker he plays is online poker.

If you win a seat on Poker After Dark is there anyone you'd want to play with?

Shaun Deeb. We'll have two chunky boys at the table.

Corey Hodgeman us
Corey Hodgeman
us 14,000 14,000

Tags: Corey HodgemanShaun Deeb

Level:
4
Blinds:
100/200
Ante:
200

Showbound Satellite Profile: Keith Trosclair

Brentharrington • Level 3: 100-100, 100 ante
Keith Trosclair
Keith Trosclair

Keith Trosclair won the $180 Deepstack tournament at the RGPS Bossier city stop to qualify for his shot at Poker After Dark.

He's from Patterson, LA and has been working at a steel plant for the past three years. He has two career cashes. One from 2018 for $475 and his Deepstack win for $4,601 in March.

Is there anyone you'd like to play against if you win the Poker After Dark seat?

Eli Elezra. He's a great guy and has fun at the table.

Keith Trosclair US
Keith Trosclair
US 17,500 17,500

Tags: Eli ElezraKeith Trosclair