Live Events 1
$1,100 Main Event
Days:

Event Info

Buy-in $1,100
Prize Pool $589,760
Players 608

Level Info

Level 34
Blinds 200,000 / 400,000
Ante 400,000

Players Info - Day 3

Players Left 1

Highlights

Highlights

$1,100 Main Event
Day 3 Completed

Vladimir Grechnikov Wins Event #6: $1,100 No Limit Hold’em Main Event At Seminole Casino Coconut Creek for $80,268.

LiamGannon • Level 34: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante
Vladimir Grechnikov
Vladimir Grechnikov

After a heads up deal and just under one hour of play, it was New Jersey born recreational player who took down the 608 entrant field in Event #6: No Limit Hold'em Main Event At Seminole Casino Coconut Creek for a career best score of $80,268.

“I haven’t fully grasped it yet,” said an elated Grechnikov after winning. His career best score prior to winning was $16,153 and with a career total of of $54,030. It has now over doubled and Grechnikov will now “have more money to play more tournaments.”

Grechnikov came into the final day with second in chips. While dropping down the counts through a big early pot, he managed to double up and knock out 2 of his three opponents including Jason Wandling heads up.

PlaceNamePrize
1Vladimir Grechnikov$80,268*
2Jason Wandling$65,000*
3Denys Shafikov$65,000*
4Matthew Bretzfield$65,000*
5Timothy Miles$27,607
6Matthew Lambrecht$22,600
7Kevin Blewitt$18,595
8Leroy Grant$14,827
9Jacob Ristich$11,117

Final Table Recap
The first casualty of the final table was Jacob Ristich when he four-bet moved all-in with pocket queens only to get snapped by the pocket aces of Timothy “T.K.” Miles. Ristich collected $11,117 for his ninth place finish.

The following player to be eliminated was Leroy Grant who moved all-in with ace-queen on cutoff and was snapped off by Gretzfield with pocket tens. No ace or queen could be found on the runout of the board and Grant collected his eighth place winnings of $14,827.

Start of day chip leader Kevin Blewitt could not get much going at the final table and he found himself all-in and at risk against Jason Wandling with nine-seven against ace-ten. No improvement was given and Blewitt was ousted in seventh place for $18,595.

Day 1a chip leader Matthew Lambrecht found himself eliminated in sixth place for $22,600 when he got in ace-jack versus Miles’ ace-ten only for Miles to hit three tens on the runout, giving him the chip lead.

Miles’ chip lead was not to last though, as through a series of double ups and massive chip exchanges, Miles found himself all in with ace-king of hearts against the pocket queens of Wandling. No ace, king, or heart flush was able to appear on the ten high runout and last year's runner-up finisher found his run coming to an end in fifth place for $27,607.

The remaining four players came back today at 2 PM with blinds at 150,000/300,000 and a deal was made rather quickly to guarantee everyone $65,000, leaving the winner to take home $80,268 and the Pro-Am seat.

Start of Day Chip Leader Matthew Bretzfield saw his hopes dashed when after doubling up Grechnikov, he moved in his remaining five big blinds from the button with eight five suited against Grechnikov in the small blind who called with queen jack suited. The board ran out jack high and Bretzfield took home $65,000.

WPT Sochi Champion Denys Shafikov saw an early double to put himself at the top of the chip counts, but lost a big pot against Grechnikov when his ace-queen lost to ace-two. He was left with two big blinds and could not improve his eight-seven against Jason Wandling’s ace-six and Shafikov finished in third place for $65,000.

Heads up saw Grechnikov come in with the lead, but Wandling doubled up quickly when Grechnikov’s open ended straight draw did not improve against the top pair of Wandling. Afterwards when stacks evened out, both players got it in. Grechnikov held pocket tens and Wandling held ace-queen. The board ran out seven high and Wandling shook hands as the runner-up finisher.

 TournamentWinnerPrize
Event #1$400 Super Stack No-Limit HoldemChristopher Barnes$30,954*
Event #2$250 Seniors No-Limit Hold'emDavid Feigenbaum$6,437*
Event #3$200 Double Green BountyLarry Klur$5,713*
Event #4$250 Deep Stack No-Limit Hold'emSean Shah$12,079
Event #5$150 Run Good Ambassador BountyKevin Dubrocq$5,857*
Event #6$1,100 Main Event No-Limit Hold'emVladimir Grechnikov$80,268*
Event #7$200 Pot-Limit OmahaMillie Barnum$4,000*

Congratulations to the newest Run Good champion Vladimir Grechnikov! This concludes the coverage of the Run Good Series at The Seminole Casino in Coconut Creek. Thank you for reading along with us at PokerNews!

Tags: Christopher BarnesDavid FeigenbaumDenys ShafikovJacob RistichJason WandlingKevin BlewitKevin BlewittKevin DubrocqLarry KlurLeroy GranLeroy GrantMatthew BretzfieldMatthew LambrechtMillie BarnumSean ShahTimothy MilesVladimir Grechnikov

Jason Wandling Eliminated In 2nd Place ($65,000)

LiamGannon • Level 34: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante
Jason Wandling
Jason Wandling

Jason Wandling called from the button and in the big blind, Vladimir Grechnikov moved all-in for 9,700,000 chips and Wandling snap-called with 8,700,000.

Jason Wandling: {a-Hearts}{q-Diamonds}
Vladimir Grechnikov: {10-Spades}{10-Hearts}

The board ran out {7-Spades}{7-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{6-Hearts}{4-Hearts} giving Grechnikov tens and sevens. Wandling and Grechnikov shook hands as Wandling took home $65,000 for second place.

Vladimir Grechnikov has won The Run Good Main Event #6: $1,100 No Limit Hold'em for $80,268 as well as a seat to the Pro-Am tournament.

Vladimir Grechnikov us
Vladimir Grechnikov
us 18,240,000 7,240,000
Jason Wandling us
Jason Wandling
us Busted

Tags: Jason WandlingVladimir Grechnikov

Denys Shafikov Eliminated In 3rd Place ($65,000)

LiamGannon • Level 34: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante
Denys Shafikov
Denys Shafikov

After doubling up Vladimir Grechnikov a hand prior when his ace-queen got cracked by ace-two, Denys Shafikov found himself all-in for his last 1,000,000 in the small blind against Jason Wandling who called.

Denys Shafikov: {8-Clubs}{7-Diamonds}
Jason Wandling: {a-Diamonds}{6-Hearts}

The board ran out {10-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}{3-Clubs}{a-Spades}{4-Diamonds} and the pair of aces on the turn left Shafikov drawing dead. The former WPT Sochi Champion took home $65,000 for his efforts.

Vladimir Grechnikov us
Vladimir Grechnikov
us 11,000,000 5,200,000
Jason Wandling us
Jason Wandling
us 7,200,000 -3,100,000
Denys Shafikov ua
Denys Shafikov
ua Busted

Tags: Denys ShafikovJason WandlingVladimir Grechnikov

Matthew Bretzfield Eliminated In 4th Place ($65,000)

LiamGannon • Level 34: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante
Matt Bretzfield
Matt Bretzfield

Matthew Bretzfield moved all-in from the button for 2,100,000 and Vladimir Grechnikov called from the small blind with the covering stack.

Matthew Bretzfield: {8-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds}
Vladimir Grechnikov: {q-Spades}{j-Spades}

The board ran out {4-Hearts}{8-Spades}{j-Hearts}{6-Hearts}{a-Clubs} giving no help to Bretzfield and the start of day chip leader will take home $65,000 for his efforts.

Vladimir Grechnikov us
Vladimir Grechnikov
us 5,800,000 900,000
Matthew Bretzfield us
Matthew Bretzfield
us Busted

Tags: Matthew BretzfieldVladimir Grechnikov

Level:
34
Blinds:
200,000/400,000
Ante:
400,000

Wandling Doubles

LiamGannon • Level 33: 150,000-300,000, 300,000 ante

Jason Wandling moved all-in for 5,000,000 chips exactly from the small blind and was called by Matthew Bretzfield in the big blind.

Jason Wandling: {q-Hearts}{q-Spades}
Matthew Bretzfield: {a-Spades}{2-Spades}

The board ran out {q-Clubs}{4-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds}{2-Clubs}{7-Diamonds} giving Wandling a set of queens and the chip lead of the tournament.

Jason Wandling us
Jason Wandling
us 10,300,000 4,100,000
Matthew Bretzfield us
Matthew Bretzfield
us 400,000 -3,500,000

Tags: Jason WandlingMatthew Bretzfield

Deal Has Been Made

LiamGannon • Level 33: 150,000-300,000, 300,000 ante

The remaining players have agreed to a deal that ensured each of them $65,000 and the winner of the event to receive $15,268 and the Pro-Am seat.

Level:
33
Blinds:
150,000/300,000
Ante:
300,000