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WPT Seminole Hard Rock Showdown

Tags: Faraz Jaka , Seminole Hard Rock Showdown, world poker tour, wpt.
Posted on 12 April 2013 by "T".

On Thursday, Day 1A of the 2013 World Poker Tour Seminole Hard Rock Showdown kicked off at the Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, Florida. 205 players entered the tournament for $5,000 each and, after 10 levels of play, Donald Nicholson (355,100) had the biggest stack amongst the remaining 75 players. Below are the top 10 stacks of Day 1A. 

1. Donald Nicholson 355,100
2. Danny Shiff 229,200
3. Ben Tarzia 213,100
4. John McEwen 184,600
5. Faraz Jaka 181,900
6. Jerry Wong 180,000
7. Danny Suied 140,000
8. Kevin Eyster 137,500
9. Richard Leger 134,500
10.Andy Hwang 124,700

 

 


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3 comments for "WPT Seminole Hard Rock Showdown"

 PokerDonV7312/04/2013 11:14:03 GMT
Players to hit the rail on Day 1a were Darryll Fish, David “Doc” Sands, Jonathan Aguiar, John Dibella, Ben Hamnett, Carlos Mortensen, Scotty Nguyen, Shaun Deeb, Shawn Cunix, Tom Marchese, Will “The Thrill” Failla and Matt Salsberg, just to name a few.

On the flip side, a number of notables were able to punch their ticket to Day 2 including David “Bakes” Baker (55,200), Allen Kessler (65,600), AP Phahurat (66,500), Jonathan Little (73,400), Joe Serock (85,400), Jonathan Roy (91,400), Aaron Massey (97,200), Erick Lindgren (98,600) and Jason Mercier (115,700).

Day 1b is set to kick off at noon EST on Friday.
 Sorin88815/04/2013 07:50:29 GMT
Another day of grinding at the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Showdown saw Shaun Deeb continue his domination of the event.
Having started Day 2 on top of the chip counts, Deeb remained there as the field dropped from 225 to just 86.
At the close of play the American pro bagged a stack of 533,000 to finish ahead of Faraz Jaka (486,500) and Doug Lee (483,000).
 Fakiry17/04/2013 14:52:02 GMT
I was used to read news about $1k and $2k buy-ins and now, after five days of hollidays (didn't had time to write here and missed you all a lot), this is the second news i write about a $5k buy-in event. Things are getting each time more difficult to reach!

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