2022 The Lodge Championship Series

Event #4: $400 NLH
Days: 1f
Event Info

2022 The Lodge Championship Series

Event Info
Prize Pool
Players Left
Average Chip Stack
Total Chips
Level Info
150,000 / 300,000
Players Info - Day 1f
Players Left

Event #4: $400 NLH

Day 1f Completed

Quinzzy Pratt Bags the Lead in the Final Starting Flight of Event #4

Level 14 : 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante
Quinzzy Pratt
Quinzzy Pratt

Day 1f of Event #4: $400 NLH $500,000 Guaranteed has now come to an end here at The Lodge Poker Club in Round Rock, Texas after seven and a half hours of play. Day 1f attracted 360 entries and ended with 44 players remaining (12% of the field).

Quinzzy Pratt of Washington DC ended up as the chip leader with 441,000. He was spotted with a large stack toward the last few levels of the night and rode that momentum to the end of day chip lead.

Top 10 Chip Counts of Day 1f

PlacePlayerHometownChip Count
1Quinzzy PrattWashington DC441,000
2John WhitemarshHarrisburg,TX401,000
3Jimmy LujanSan Antonio,TX355,000
4Michael ReismanAustin,TX332,000
5Benjamin ThomasBaton Rouga,LA326,000
6Hector RiveraLas Vegas,NV286,000
7Stephen DeckerDenver,CO258,000
8Alejandro Armas------258,000
9John ClancyAustin,TX253,000
10Se PakAustin,TX250,000

Right on his heels in second was John Whitemarsh with 401,000. Jimmy Lujan won a big all in in the final few hands of the night when he flopped an ace to crack kings which catapulted him to third in chips to end the night with 355,000.

The Lodge Poker Club’s own Michael Reisman, finished the night with a fourth place stack of 332,000 and Benjamin Thomas rounded out the top five stacks with 326,000.

One notable to bag was Lorenzo Adams, who is a local youtuber in the Austin area who has started playing poker regularly recently. He bagged 142,000.

The 44 players who remained alive at the end of the night will now join those from previous flights who survived to create 190 total players advancing to Day 2, which is on Sunday at 2 p.m. local time.

Final official prizepool information will be released early in the morning before Day 2.

PokerNews will be back at it tomorrow with Day 2 starting at 2 p.m. local time where a winner will be played down to.

Tags: Alejandro ArmasBenjamin ThomasJimmy LujanJohn WhitemarshLorenzo AdamsMichael ReismanWashington DC

Day 1f End of Day Chip Counts (full)

Level 14 : 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante
Player Chips Progress
Quinzzy Pratt US
Quinzzy Pratt
441,000 121,000
Badge Title
John Whitemarsh US
John Whitemarsh
401,000 401,000
Jimmy Lujan us
Jimmy Lujan
355,000 60,000
Michael Reisman us
Michael Reisman
332,000 167,000
Ben Thomas us
Ben Thomas
326,000 221,000
Hector Rivera us
Hector Rivera
286,000 286,000
Stephen Decker US
Stephen Decker
258,000 258,000
Alejandro Armas us
Alejandro Armas
258,000 -12,000
John Clancy us
John Clancy
253,000 58,000
Se Pak US
Se Pak
250,000 190,000
John Mullarky US
John Mullarky
243,000 176,000
Sergei Pefrushevskii US
Sergei Pefrushevskii
215,000 50,000
John Juntunen US
John Juntunen
198,000 113,000
Daniel Zambrano US
Daniel Zambrano
170,000 170,000
Charlemagne Benjamin US
Charlemagne Benjamin
169,000 -21,000
Darren Rew US
Darren Rew
167,000 167,000
Robert Nguyen us
Robert Nguyen
165,000 45,000
Ricardo Eyzaguirre us
Ricardo Eyzaguirre
165,000 100,000
Tad Macaraeg us
Tad Macaraeg
159,000 142,000
Jared Eberly US
Jared Eberly
155,000 155,000
Nicholas Burnett US
Nicholas Burnett
152,000 32,000
Carlos Caldas us
Carlos Caldas
147,000 115,000
Lorenzo Adams us
Lorenzo Adams
142,000 142,000
Phillip Thweatt us
Phillip Thweatt
140,000 140,000
Matthew Thompson gb
Matthew Thompson
137,000 104,600

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Lux Bubbles Day 1f

Level 14 : 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante
John Lux
John Lux

John Lux was all in and at risk during hand for hand play against Charlemagne Benjamin.

Th players waited until all hands completed, creating the ultimate sweat for Lux. Eventually the cards were turned over.

Lux had the {a-Hearts}{10-Hearts} against the {k-Spades}{k-Clubs} of Benjamin.

The board ran out a full house {4-Diamonds}{2-Spades}{2-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}{4-Spades} but Benjamin was the winner with the kings and the bubble was burst to conclude the night.

Player Chips Progress
Charlemagne Benjamin US
Charlemagne Benjamin
190,000 190,000
John Lux us
John Lux

Tags: John Lux

Lujan Commits Midnight Regicide

Level 14 : 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

There was a big preflop all in happening as Jimmy Lujan held the {a-Diamonds}{q-Spades} against the {k-}{k-} of his opponent.

Lujan called for an ace in the window and he was close as it came the door card {6-Clubs}{7-Spades}{a-Spades} as he shouted "Yes!" and pumped his fist.

The turn was the {7-Diamonds} and the river came the {3-Hearts} to kill the kings of Lujan's busted opponent.

Player Chips Progress
Jimmy Lujan us
Jimmy Lujan
295,000 295,000

Tags: Jimmy Lujan

Level: 14

Blinds: 3,000/6,000

Ante: 6,000