RunGood Poker Series All Stars Comeback Tour Seminole Coconut Creek

RGPS Seminole Coconut Creek $600 Main Event
Days: 1a
Event Info

RunGood Poker Series All Stars Comeback Tour Seminole Coconut Creek

Final Results
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
75,000 / 150,000
Players Info - Day 1a
Players Left

RGPS Seminole Coconut Creek $600 Main Event

Day 1a Completed

Albertson Leads as 29 Advance From Day 1a of the RGPS All Stars Comeback Tour Seminole Coconut Creek $600 Main Event

Level 14 : 2,000-3,000, 3,000 ante
David Albertson
David Albertson

The inaugural flight of the RunGood Poker Series All Stars Comeback Tour Seminole Coconut Creek $600 Main Event was a bustling affair, as 205 entrants came to the Florida felt, more than doubling the $50,000 guarantee with another flight still to go on Saturday. Just 29 players managed to put chips into a bag, and leading the way is none other than Event #1: $250 Super Stack No Limit Hold'em champ David Albertson, who bagged 406,000 chips after going on a tear late in the day.

Albertson, who earned a $13,585 payday for his heads-up chop in Event #1 with Lisa Teebagy, started his surge in Level 10, cracking Big Slick with ace-five to jump up the counts. Right before Level 13 began, Albertson made quad fours and got paid in full by a player with pocket jacks to send him near the top of the counts, and a few more nice sized pots near the end of the day ensured Albertson's quest for a second RunGood Poker Series Ring, as well as a potential seat in the All Stars Pro Am powered by PokerGo.

Others who managed to bag chips include Walter Bravo (236,000), Joel Weisberger (234,000), Eric Landau (206,000), and Mark Hodge (90,000). Meanwhile, RunGood All Stars Cash Game participants Jamie Kerstetter, Ray Henson and Justin Gardenhire were all unable to find a bag, and will have one more chance to advance tomorrow in Day 1b.

Day 1b kicks off tomorrow at 10 a.m. EST, with registration opening in the poker room at 8 a.m. EST for what is sure to be a jam-packed flight. All players who manage to bag in tomorrow's flight will join the 29 players from Day 1a in Day 2 action at 11 a.m. EST on Sunday, August 29th to play down to a winner.

PokerNews will be on hand all tournament long to provide live updates and chip counts, so be sure to tune in tomorrow as we come one step closer to crowning the first RunGood Poker Series champ at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek!

Tags: David AlbertsonEric LandauJamie KerstetterJoel WeisbergerJustin GardenhireMark HodgeRay HensonWalter Bravo

End of Day 1a Chip Counts (full)

Level 14 : 2,000-3,000, 3,000 ante
Player Chips Progress
David Albertson US
David Albertson
406,000 6,000
Badge Title
Walter Bravo US
Walter Bravo
236,000 3,000
Joel Weisberger us
Joel Weisberger
234,000 -41,000
Philippe Derys US
Philippe Derys
225,000 225,000
Eric Landau US
Eric Landau
206,000 28,500
Eric Kolodny US
Eric Kolodny
188,000 188,000
Jeffrey Ginocchi US
Jeffrey Ginocchi
183,000 183,000
Shawn Lucas US
Shawn Lucas
179,000 179,000
Roni Zelichonok US
Roni Zelichonok
173,000 173,000
Paul Julian US
Paul Julian
169,000 68,500
Alex Funes US
Alex Funes
156,000 51,000
Stephen Smith us
Stephen Smith
154,000 28,500
Jeffrey Morrison US
Jeffrey Morrison
143,000 143,000
Daniel Pearlman us
Daniel Pearlman
132,000 27,000
Hector Treger US
Hector Treger
130,000 130,000
Harold Klein us
Harold Klein
125,000 125,000
Michael Tait us
Michael Tait
121,000 -24,000
Ducarmel Beaubien US
Ducarmel Beaubien
117,000 117,000
David Feigenbaum us
David Feigenbaum
117,000 117,000
Bryan Fischer US
Bryan Fischer
110,000 110,000
Aaron Miles us
Aaron Miles
110,000 26,500
Vadym Lapin US
Vadym Lapin
97,000 97,000
Mark Hodge us
Mark Hodge
90,000 -8,500
Richard Leger us
Richard Leger
62,000 62,000
Mark Cannon us
Mark Cannon
59,000 39,000

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One More Hand

Level 14 : 2,000-3,000, 3,000 ante

The remaining field will play one more hand before bagging and tagging for the evening. Stay tuned for full chip counts and a full recap of the day's action.

Bravo and Goodnight For Schwartz

Level 14 : 2,000-3,000, 3,000 ante
Walter Bravo
Walter Bravo

Ira Schwartz jammed for around 40,000 from early position, and Walter Bravo called next to act.

Ira Schwartz: {a-Hearts}{q-Spades}
Walter Bravo: {a-Clubs}{10-Clubs}

Schwartz looked primed to double up and reclaim some of his lost chips after the {4-Clubs}{k-Spades}{6-Hearts} flop and {3-Diamonds} turn, but cruel fate was waiting for Schwartz on the {10-Hearts} river, and he was eliminated.

Player Chips Progress
Walter Bravo US
Walter Bravo
233,000 21,500
Ira Schwartz US
Ira Schwartz

Tags: Ira SchwartzWalter Bravo

A Nice Pot For Julian

Level 14 : 2,000-3,000, 3,000 ante
Paul Julian
Paul Julian

Paul Julian limped in from middle position, and Mark Hodge raised to 8,000 from the cutoff. Julian called.

Julian checked the {k-Diamonds}{8-Hearts}{8-Clubs} flop to Hodge, who announced a bet of 7,500. Julian didn't waste much time in jamming for 69,000 total, and Hodge tanked for a few moments before folding.

Player Chips Progress
Paul Julian US
Paul Julian
Mark Hodge us
Mark Hodge
98,500 26,000

Tags: Mark HodgePaul Julian

Level: 14

Blinds: 2,000/3,000

Ante: 3,000

Tait Takes From Schwartz

Level 13 : 1,500-2,500, 2,500 ante

Michael Tait raised to 10,000 from middle position, and was called by the cutoff, as well as Ira Schwartz in the big blind.

Schwartz checked the {7-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds} flop to Tait, who jammed for 55,500. The cutoff folded, and Schwartz called.

Michael Tait: {a-Diamonds}{q-Clubs}
Ira Schwartz: {k-Hearts}{q-Hearts}

Tait locked the hand up once the {10-Diamonds} rolled off on the turn, and his flush netted the full double once the {6-Hearts} fell on the river.

Player Chips Progress
Michael Tait us
Michael Tait
145,000 67,000
Ira Schwartz US
Ira Schwartz
70,000 70,000

Tags: Ira SchwartzMichael Tait

A "Reasonable" Pot For Pearlman

Level 13 : 1,500-2,500, 2,500 ante

A player raised to 6,500 from early position, and Daniel Pearlman three-bet to 18,500 from the button. The early-position player called.

"You got the last one, my turn!" Pearlman told his opponent, adding, "Seems reasonable, right?"

The {3-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}{6-Clubs} flop was checked by the early-position player, and Pearlman bet 15,000. The early-position player folded.

Player Chips Progress
Daniel Pearlman us
Daniel Pearlman

Tags: Daniel Pearlman

Leger Increases His Ledger

Level 13 : 1,500-2,500, 2,500 ante

A player jammed for 29,000 from early position, and Rick Leger three-bet shoved for 57,000 next to act.

"C'mon, gimme something good!" Steve Olivier said in the big blind before looking at his cards.

"Ah, the Doyle!" Olivier said after peeking at this cards, tossing the assumed ten-deuce in the muck shortly after.

Opponent: {a-Spades}{j-Spades}
Rick Leger: {a-Diamonds}{k-Hearts}

Leger hit top pair on the {k-Diamonds}{3-Hearts}{4-Diamonds} flop to take a commanding lead, but the {j-Diamonds} turn gave Leger's opponent a faint glimmer of hope. That glimmer was snuffed out on the {7-Clubs} river, and Leger eliminated his opponent.

Player Chips Progress
Rick Leger US
Rick Leger

Tags: Rick Leger