Day 2 Completed
Players Info - Day 2
Day 2 Completed
On the second and final day of the 2021 RunGood All-Stars ProAm, a champion was crowned as Raminder Singh defeated Danielle Andersen in heads-up play for $10,560 and the inaugural RunGood All-Stars ProAm Trophy. Singh qualified from and represented Seminole Casino Coconut Creek during the event.
The event saw 64 players battle it out. Half of them were RunGood Poker Series qualifiers from across the country as well as 32 invited celebrities, poker media, and poker players. Some notables who came to play but didn’t make the final table included actors Michael Ian Black and Beth Hall, reality television stars ”Boston Rob” Mariano and Tyson Apostol, and Twitch streamers Jake “GernaderJake” Straus and Kenji “NumotTheNummy” Egashira.
Many well-known poker players also came out for the fun event, including Brad Owen, Mike Matusow, David Williams, Koray Aldemir, Frank Kassela, and Jamie Kerstetter.
With an option for one re-entry, there were 88 total entries for a prize pool of $44,000. Seven players made it to the end of the first day and all came back on Sunday looking to claim victory, but only Singh was able to bring the trophy home.
“Totally amazing… Yesterday was great fun,” Singh said. “The whole final table was a great experience for me… Tana and team did a terrific job organizing this.”
2021 RunGood All-Stars ProAm Final Table Results
Final Table Action
On Saturday,, Andra Zachow was the first one to go out at the unofficial final table in ninth when she lost a flip. After an hour of chips moving around, popular vlogger Johnnie Moreno was the last player to fall after losing a flip of his own. The seven remaining players then bagged and tagged for a live-streamed final table.
Lisa Teebagy was the first one eliminated shortly after the start of the final table when her nines couldn’t hold on the river after Singh made a straight. 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event fourth-place finisher Garry Gates hit the rail in sixth when Andersen smashed the flop by making a boat against him, and Christopher Christian was the next one gone when he got his short stack up against the dominating hand of Singh.
Ebony Kenney was next to make her way from the table in fourth when she called off her short stack in the big blind and couldn’t improve against Andersen’s Big Slick. Brian Frenzel then got his remaining chips in against Singh, and was drawing dead on the turn after Singh flopped a flush. That set up a heads-up battle between Singh and Andersen, with the former starting with a chip lead of over two times the latter.
In heads-up play, Andersen quickly doubled through Singh, but a few hands after, she was left with a short stack after Singh made a straight on the river. Soon after, Andersen got the rest of her chips in against Singh preflop. She was dominated and was left with no outs after Singh turned trips, giving Singh the tournament victory and the trophy.
Congratulations to Raminder Singh for winning the inaugural RunGood All-Stars ProAm!
Danielle Andersen jammed in her 800,000 stack from the small blind and Raminder Singh called in the big blind.
Singh was in great shape to take home the title and although a six came in the window for Andersen, the flop also put out a queen for Singh to keep him ahead. Andersen was looking for more help, but the turn meant it was all over, as the meaningless completed the board.
Andersen has to settle for the $7,480 runner-up prize for her great run, while Singh wins the tournament and the trophy.
Raminder Singh limped the small blind and Danielle Andersen checked the big blind.
The flop saw Andersen check-raise a 125,000 bet up to 450,000.
Both players checked the turn and on the river, Andersen check-called a 1.1 million bet.
Singh showed for a rivered straight which was good against the of Andersen.
Danielle Andersen got the rest of her chips in preflop against Raminder Singh.
The board ran out to keep Andersen ahead with her ace-high and give her the chips, as she attempts to make a comeback versus Singh.
Brian Frenzel jammed in his 975,000 chips and Raminder Singh called from one seat over in the big blind.
The flop left Frenzel drawing very slim. The turn left him drawing dead, as the meaningless completed the board to give Frenzel a third-place finish good for $5,280.
Meanwhile, Singh now begins heads-up play with a chip lead of over two times the stack of Danielle Andersen.
Danielle Andersen jammed on the button and Ebony Kenney called off her 450,000 stack in the big blind.
The flop put Andersen way ahead and Kenney was calling for clubs or running eights for a chop.
The came on the turn which gave Kenney a bit of hope if another seven were to come, but the completed the board to send her to the rail following a great run.
Brian Frenzel opened to 175,000 on the button and Raminder Singh defended the big blind.
The flop saw Singh check-called a 150,000 bet.
On the turn, Singh check-called for 450,000.
The river saw Singh lead for 1 million. Frenzel called and saw the bad news as Singh showed for a full house, while Frenzel's turned straight with the was no good.
Danielle Andersen opened to 160,000 from the cutoff and Brian Frenzel shoved in his 1.2 million chips from the button. Andersen called and hands were revealed.
The flop gave Andersen some help but she still needed to improve. The turn left her with a gutshot draw but took away her queen outs, and the river gave Frenzel Broadway to double up.
Christopher Christian jammed in his 555,000 stack from the hijack and Raminder Singh called on the button.
Christian was in rough shape against Singh and was in even rougher shape on the flop. The turn left him drawing dead to the river, and he made his exit from the final table with a fifth-place finish.