Day 1 Completed
Day 1 Completed
Day 1 of the 2021 RunGood All-Stars ProAm saw 88 total entries, and in the end, only seven players survived the day to see the action continue tomorrow. Play will resume at noon local time on Dec. 12, and they will play to a champion. Everyone who is returning tomorrow has cashed for a minimum of $2,200, but they will all have their eyes on the $10,560 first-place prize and the trophy.
Danielle Andersen (2,760,000) leads the seven players into the final day and is one of three women continuing on to tomorrow. The other players returning for Day 2 are Raminder Singh (1,765,000), Brian Frenzel (1,505,000), Ebony Kenney (895,000), Garry Gates (635,000), Christopher Christian (555,000), and Lisa Teebagy (340,000).
Some notables who fell short of a cash today include Brad Owen, Mike Matusow, David Williams, Koray Aldemir, Frank Kassela, ”Boston Rob” Mariano, Tyson Apostol, Michael Ian Black, and Beth Hall.
Armando Mesina was the unfortunate player to burst the bubble when he was eliminated in 14th place. Jamie Kerstetter and Johnnie Moreno both cashed, but neither could bag a stack for tomorrow’s streamed final table.
Day 2 starts at 12 p.m. local time on December 12 at the PokerGO Studio, and will be streamed on a delay. The tournament will restart with blinds at 30,000/60,000/60,000 with 24:30 on the clock. Stay tuned as the PokerNews live reporting team continues to bring updates as they play down to a champion tomorrow in the inaugural 2021 RunGood All-Stars ProAm.
Johnnie Moreno jammed in his stack of about 550,000 from middle position and Raminder Singh called in the small blind.
The two were flipping and the flop kept Singh ahead but gave Moreno a gutshot draw. The turn left Moreno needing river assistance, but the completed the board to end the run of "Johnnie Vibes".
The seven remaining players are now bagging and tagging. A recap is to follow.
Raminder Singh got the remainder of his stack in preflop against Lisa Teebagy and was at risk of elimination.
The flop kept Singh ahead, and the turn ensured he would stay ahead to the river, as he took the pot to double and get over a million.
Without many showdowns lately, the players continue to trade chips as no one wants to be the one to miss out on the streamed final table tomorrow.
The eight remaining players are on a quick five-minute break.