2021 World Series of Poker Europe End Boss Poker Series BetMGM
Main Event
Days:
1a1b1c2
Level:
10
Blinds:
800/1,600
Ante:
1,600

Ray Henson and Papa Karn

Brentharrington • Level 9: 600-1,200, 1,200 ante

Run Good Ambassador Ray Henson and Papa Karn took turns three-bet shoving on each other. Both times the other one folded.

The first hand, Karn shoved and Henson thought about calling for a moment.

"It's a good hand," Karn said pointing to his cards. Henson mucked.

The next time it was Henson applying the pressure. Karn made it 3,000 and Henson raised to 10,500, putting Karn at risk if he called. Karn thought for a moment then mucked.

Ray Henson us
Ray Henson
us 31,000
Papa Karn us
Papa Karn
us 12,400 -13,600

Tags: Papa KarnRay Henson

Level:
9
Blinds:
600/1,200
Ante:
1,200

Horseshoe Council Bluffs Floor Supervisor Paul Tuel

Brentharrington • Level 8: 500-1,000, 1,000 ante
Paul Tuel
Paul Tuel

Paul Tuel has worked in Council Bluffs for 20 years. He was never a poker dealer but ended up the poker room supervisor at the Horseshoe thanks to a fellow employee who needed a break.

Tuel was a craps dealer and one day someone in the poker room needed a break. Tuel volunteered but admitted he didn't know much about poker.

"I knew what beat what," he said, "but had to ask the dealers for help."

After several months of joining the break rotation in the poker room, Tuel made the switch and has been here ever since.

Poker in Council Bluffs has had quite a journey. They started with only a six-table room where the dealers had to move out of the box in order for players to take their seats. Thanks to the poker boom and Chris Moneymaker winning the main event the room grew and now the current room has 18 tables and is the home to two Run Good Poker Series stops a year.

Level:
8
Blinds:
500/1,000
Ante:
1,000

Osmon Looking for Second Career Cash

Brentharrington • Level 7: 400-800, 800 ante
Lacey Osmon
Lacey Osmon

Lacey Osmon, not Osmond, comes from Topeka, KS and has doubled her starting stack since play began today.

She often travels for Run Good Events and when she's not playing poker she's the Director of Operations for Corizon Health.

She's married and has a four-year-old son named Logan. If she gets onto Poker After Dark she says Jennifer Tilly would be her first choice of who to play against.

She's got one career cash for $884 from the Run Good Kansas City Main Event in 2018.

Lacey Osmon US
Lacey Osmon
US 43,000 43,000

Tags: Lacey Osmon

Let Bartlett Be Bartlett

Brentharrington • Level 7: 400-800, 800 ante

There was a bit of commotion at Mark Treinen and Cody Bartlett's table, as two players were eliminated in a four-way all in pot.

The four players got all in on the flop and, when the dust settled Bartlett won the chips making quads on the river.

Treinen made a flush on the turn, but Bartlett's flopped set of deuces improved when the {2-Spades} hit the river and sent two players to the rail.

Cody Bartlett us
Cody Bartlett
us 68,000
Mark Treinen us
Mark Treinen
us 31,000 -23,000

Tags: Mark TreinenCody Bartlett

Level:
7
Blinds:
400/800
Ante:
800

Treinen Makes a Flush on Scary Board

Brentharrington • Level 6: 300-600, 600 ante

Five players saw the flop after a player in early position made it 1,500.

The flop was all hearts, {8-Hearts}{5-Hearts}{3-Hearts} and the preflop raiser continued for 3,300. Ray Henson called from the cutoff and Mark Treinen called from the small blind.

The turn was another heart, the {2-Hearts}, and Treinen checked again. His opponent bet 4,500 and Treinen asked to see his remaining stack. It was just over 26,000.

Treinen called.

The river kept the board all hearts, bringing the {a-Hearts}. Both players checked and Treinen took the pot, showing {8-Spades}{7-Hearts}.

Mark Treinen us
Mark Treinen
us 54,000

Tags: Mark TreinenRay Henson