Parx Big Stax XXIV 1500 Main Event Announces Co-Champions

Or use your PokerNews account: Now the poker player from Bensalem in Philadelphia has won two titles within the space of seven days. The Day 1B flight saw a total of entries throughout the day, with 43 players successfully bagging chips for Day 2 on Sunday During a four-handed play, Joe Palma managed to steal the lead temporarily and became the deep-stack, but Weber overtook again and banked the largest prize. Ming Cracks — Michalek Busts With such big blinds, the chip lead was changing every hand.

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He got Yim's last 13 big blinds when Yim jammed with in another blind battle and Hall woke up with , fading a flush draw and live cards to win with ace-high. Hall's success would be short-lived. He got his 22 big blinds in preflop after a raising war with Reis. The Brazilian's dominated and made the nut flush to boot to send Hall out in fourth and give Reis two-thirds of the chips. Conrow shoved his last 12 bigs in with king-eight and was called but live against Reis' ace-queen.

The big ace would prove to be the ticket again for Reis as neither player hit the community cards, sending him heads up with Tony Tonzelli with over big blinds and nearly a lead. Tonzelli had a chance to make a fight of it when he called off with king-seven to a button shove, and he was ahead of queen-six.

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Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. User Account Sign in. Use your social profile to sign in faster. When the dust settled after Level 15, there would be 44 players moving on to Day 2, with Jeffrey Izes Washington Crossing, PA bagging the chip lead , There were a lot of notables in the running to bag that lead, but ended up falling just shot, including Matthew Silberzweig, Sergio Loureiro, and Joe Palma.

There are four flights offered up this time around, beginning this afternoon and ending on Saturday evening. While they eventually went down different paths as time passed, they both continued to further their via tournament poker. They also took different paths to this eventual deal, as Chan grinded through Day 1A to bag a hefty stack, while Harwood entered on Day 2 with twenty big blinds.

Their different starts resulted in similar finishes, as Harwood entered heads-up play with a slight chip advantage. You can take a look back at the four days of action by visiting the live updates page. Poker Room is open 24 hours a day, days a year.

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