|Blinds||100,000 / 150,000|
Players Info - Day 2
Are you familiar with Sycuan Casino? If not, fear not as we're ready to let you know everything you need to know.
According to the casino website,
Sycuan Casino is located in the Dehesa Valley just 30 minutes from downtown San Diego, Sycuan Casino Resort began as a one-room Bingo Palace in 1983. Over three decades later, they've grown into a community landmark and one of San Diego’s premier casino resort destinations that offers something for everybody.
They recently completed a 260 million dollar expansion project featuring a 12-story luxury hotel with over 300 guest rooms and 57 suites. Guests have several new onsite amenities to enjoy like expanded casino floor space, bars and restaurants, a full-service spa and salon, over 80,000 square feet of customizable meeting and event space, and a state-of-the-art pool area.
The casino floor now includes 2,200 diverse slot machines and 50 classic table games like poker, blackjack, craps, and roulette.
And the fun extends well past the gaming. From A-list concerts and comedy shows to sports viewing parties and San Diego’s only country pool party, their featured live entertainment is always a world-class guest experience.
With over 15 bars and restaurants ranging from casual to upscale, dining at Sycuan Casino Resort is an experience in itself. Whether it’s a laidback tap house, an upscale steakhouse, or a fast-casual eatery featuring several of San Diego’s favorite restaurants, their full-service resort offers dining for every taste.
They also created their very own oasis with two pools, a lazy river, a swim-up bar, and cabanas. Their full-service spa and salon offers a wide array of wellness treatments ranging from facials to massages, saunas, and steam rooms, to even a complete hair salon.
For more on the venue, visit sycuan.com.
Dong Luo raised under the gun and was met by a three-bet to 75,000 from Audri Mansour on the button. Both blinds folded, Luo moved all in, and Mansour called off for 400,000 even.
It was a flip, and the proverbial coin came down in Mansour's favor when the flop paired her ace.
The turn gave Luo a gutshot straight draw, but he failed to catch as the bricked on the river.
|Date||Time (PST)||Event||GTD||Total Chips|
|Sunday, May 2||Noon||Event #3: $250 Sunday Feast NLHE||-||15,000|
|Sunday, May 2||4 p.m.||Event #4: $200 Ladies Event powered by PLON||-||15,000|
|Sunday, May 2||6 p.m.||$265 satellite - 1 in 5 advance to Main Event||-||15,000|
|Sunday, May 2||8 p.m.||$135 Nightly Deep Stack||-||12,000|
|Monday, May 3||10 a.m.||$80 Sunrise NLH||-||10,000|
|Monday, May 3||Noon||Event #5: $360 Seniors (50+) NLHE||-||10,000|
|Monday May 3||4 p.m.||Event #6: $250 Turbo Super Stack NLHE||-||25,000|
|Monday, May 3||8 p.m.||$135 Nightly Deep Stack||-||12,000|
|Tuesday, May 4||10 a.m.||$80 Sunrise NLH||-||10,000|
|Tuesday, May 4||Noon||$265 satellite - 1 in 5 advance to Main Event||-||15,000|
|Tuesday, May 4||2 p.m.||Event #7: $360 PLO 8 of Better||-||15,000|
|Tuesday, May 4||5 p.m.||Event #8: $250 MSPT Tag Team Championship ($125/player)||-||$10,000|
|Wednesday, May 5||10 a.m.||$80 Sunrise NLHE||-||10,000|
|Wednesday, May 5||Noon||Event #9: $250 Hump Day Showdown NLHE||-||15,000|
|Wednesday, May 5||7 p.m.||$265 satellite - 1 in 5 advance to Main Event||-||15,000|
|Thursday, May 6||10 a.m.||$265 satellite - 1 in 5 advance to Main Event||-||15,000|
|Thursday, May 6||3 p.m.||Event #10: $1,110 MSPT Main Event Day 1a||$200,000||25,000|
|Thursday, May 6||8 p.m.||$265 satellite - 1 in 5 advance to Main Event||-||15,000|
|Friday, May 7||10 a.m.||$265 satellite - 1 in 5 advance to Main Event||-||15,000|
|Friday, May 7||3 p.m.||Event #10: $1,110 MSPT Main Event Day 1b||$200,000||25,000|
|Friday, May 7||8 p.m.||$265 satellite - 1 in 5 advance to Main Event||-||15,000|
|Sautrday, May 8||10 a.m.||$265 satellite - 1 in 5 advance to Main Event||-||15,000|
|Saturday, May 8||3 p.m.||Event #10: $1,110 MSPT Main Event Day 1c||$200,000||25,000|
|Saturday, May 8||8 p.m.||$135 Nightly Deep Stack||-||12,000|
|Sunday, May 9||11 a.m.||Event #10: $1,110 MSPT Main Event Day 2||$200,000||-|
|Sunday, May 9||Noon||Event #11: $360 Last Chace Showdown NLHE||-||15,000|
|Sunday, May 9||4 p.m.||$135 Nightly Deep Stack||12,000|
In addition to the $360 Regional and $1,100 Main Events happening here at the MSPT Sycuan Casino, there are nine other side events awarding trophies.
One of them was Event #2: $400 Pot-Limit Omaha, which played out Friday night. The tournament attracted 75 entrants and offered up a $25,125 prize pool reserved for the final table of eight.
The local San Diego contingent comprised 75% of the final table, but one-by-one they fell to the wayside leaving two "out of towners" to battle heads-up.
After a long day of play, it was Aaron Wallace of North San Juan, California emerged victorious to win the tournament for $8,543 while Tristan Ziemann finished in second place for $5,301.
Event #2 Final Table Results
|1||Aaron Wallace||North San Juan, California||$8,543|
|2||Tristan Ziemann||New Brighton, Minnesota||$5,301|
|3||Cobi Vu||San Diego, California||$3,467|
|4||Jon Bergston||San Diego, California||$2,437|
|5||Eric Bradford||San Diego, California||$1,809|
|6||Mike Souza||San Diego, California||$1,407|
|7||Mark Nguyen||San Diego, California||$1,156|
|8||Alphonso Herdeia III||San Diego, California||$1,005|