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Noah Schwartz Wins WPT Alpha8 Florida

Tags: Jake Schindler, Noah Schwartz, WPT Florida
Posted on 19 January 2015 by "T".

A big congratulations to Noah Schwartz, the winner of World Poker Tour Alpha8 Florida! The $100,000 buy-in event attracted a small but tough field of players (Jason Mercier, Byron Kaverman, Dan Colman, Jake Schindler, Noah Schwartz and Bryn Kenney), which meant that the entire prize pool would go to the last man standing.

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2013 WSOPE: Noah Schwartz Wins Gold On The Third Attempt!

Tags: 2013 WSOPE Paris, Ludovic Lacay, Noah Schwartz
Posted on 21 October 2013 by "T".

Some people say that 3 is the magic number. Noaha Schwartz is most probably one of those people now given that he won his first gold bracelet last Saturday at his third career WSOP final table!

Schwartz, who finished 2nd in a bracelet event this summer and 4th in Event #3 at the 2013 WSOPE, had the chip lead when the final day of Event #6: €3,250 Mixed Max Pot-Limit Omaha kicked off and made it to heads-up against Ludovic Lacay after several hours of play.

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2013 WSOP Europe: Noah Schwartz Leads Final 16; Ivey In 10th Place

Tags: 2013 wsope, Mixed Max No-Limit Holdem, Noah Schwartz, phil ivey
Posted on 16 October 2013 by "T".

Another 5 players entered the second day of Event #3: €5,300 Mixed Max No-Limit Hold'em and brought the total field size to 140, which means that the event has a prize pool of €672,000!

Now, there are only 16 players left (all guaranteed €14,905 each) after two days of play and Noah Schwartz is the chip leader with 262,000 (109 big blinds) heading into Day 3. Nine-time WSOP bracelet winner Phil Ivey also made it through to Day 3 with 90,500 chips, so he has a decent chance of winning a 10th gold bracelet! 



Steve O'Dwyer Wins EPT Monaco Main Event!

Tags: Daniel Negreau, ept, grand final, Jason Mercier, Johnny Lodden, monaco, montle carlo, Noah Schwartz, Steve ODwyer
Posted on 13 May 2013 by "T".

On Sunday, the final table of the 2013 European Poker Tour Monaco Grand Final Main Event concluded with Steve O'Dwyer taking down the tournament for €1,224,000 and an exclusive Slyde watch after defeating Andrew Pantling heads-up.

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EPT Monaco: Lodden Takes Chip Lead At Close Of Day 2

Tags: Daniel Negreanu, ept monaco, grand final, Johnny Lodden, Noah Schwartz, Oleksii Kovalchuk, Steve ODwyer
Posted on 09 May 2013 by "T".

About 110 players remain in the EPT Monaco Grand Final Main Event after 2 days of play. Team PokerStars Pro Johnny Lodden pushed past the half a million mark late during Day 2 and finished the day as the chip leader with 605,200. Lodden will be joined by the likes of Calvin Andersen (472,400), Oleksii Kovalchuk (414,700), Noah Schwartz (453,400), Steve O'Dwyer (389,200) and Daniel Negreanu (340,100) to the third day of the tournament.

The remaining players are fighting for a first prize of €1,224,000! The money bubble will burst during day 3 when 80 players remain (€16,000 min cash). We will be back with a bigger update tomorrow. Stay tuned!



EPT Monaco: Victor Sbrissa Leads The Way To Day 2

Tags: Calvin Anderson, Gus Hansen, Jason Mercier, Noah Schwartz, Victor Sbrissa, viktor blom
Posted on 08 May 2013 by "T".

The second flight of EPT Monaco attracted a much greater field of players than Day 1A. In total, 423 players came to start and boosted the total number of entries to 531. There were many familiar faces at the poker tables including Viktor Blom, Patrik Antonius, Sam Trickett, Phil Ivey, Jason Mercier and Gus Hansen.

After eight levels of play, the tournament director called it a day and approximately 200 players remained. Only Mercier (48,200) from the players mentioned above survived the day. Victor Sbrissa, who won LAPT Brazil in Sao Paolo a week ago, was in the lead with 224,800 chips, which is a quite impressive results from a single day. Another two notables who made it through the day with about 200k chips were Noah Schwartz and Calvin Anderson.



WPT Bay 101 Shooting Star: Lots of stars showed up for the first day!

Tags: Antonio Esfandiari, Erik Seidel, Faraz Jaka, Mike Sexton, Noah Schwartz, wpt bay 101 shooting star
Posted on 05 March 2013 by "T".

On Monday, the first starting day of World Poker Tour Bay 101 Shooting Star (San Jose, California) kicked off with 270 players. The field included some of the biggest stars in the game of poker, however, only 109 made it through the day and, unfortunately, many big names hit the rail: Phil Hellmuth (picture), Daniel Negreanu, Michael Mizrachi, Scotty Nguyen, Jason Mercier, Vanessa Selbst (to mention a few).

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WPT LA Poker Classic: October Niner Jeremy Ausmus Leads Final 63

Tags: Ana Marquez, Jeremy Ausmus, Joe Hachem, Noah Schwartz, wpt la poker classic
Posted on 26 February 2013 by "T".

Today it's time for the fourth day of the 2013 WPT LA Poker Classic Main Event and 63 of 517 players will return to battle - with Jeremy Ausmus out in front with 1,014,000 chips! Ausmus is best known for his 5th place finish in the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event for an increadible $2,155,313.

Now he has the chance to boost his bankroll with another $1,004,090. However, there is still a long way to go and there are many great players left in the tournament that he will have to overcome - just to mention a few: Noah Schwartz, Elliot Smith, Joe Hachem, Dan Shak, Ana Marquez and Jesse Sylvia.



Noah Schwartz Quickly Takes Down the WPT bestbet Jacksonville Main Event!

Tags: byron kaverman, noah schwartz, world poker tour, wpt bestbet Jacksonville Fall Poker Scramble
Posted on 14 November 2012 by "T".

Noah Schwartz had almost half of the 14 million chips in play when the final table of the WPT bestbet Jacksonville Fall Poker Scramble Main Event kicked off last night. When the final table was 68-hands-old Schwartz and Byron Kaverman began playing heads-up with nearly even stacks. The heads-up match only lasted 12 hands and was fairly even with no big pots until the very last hand.

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WPT bestbet Jacksonville: Noah Schwartz Holds Huge Lead!

Tags: Lee Markholt, Noah Schwartz, world poker tour, WPT bestbet Jacksonville
Posted on 13 November 2012 by "T".

Noah Schwartz ($1,209,326 in WPT earnings) will bring more than 6 million chips to the final table of the WPT bestbet Jacksonville Main Event! He took the lead in the last few minutes of Day 3 when he doubled up through the previous chip leader Hans Winzeler with AK vs AQ. Schwartz enters the final table tonight with more than 43% of the chips in play. Besides Schwartz, Lee Markholt ($1,376,164 in WPT earnings) will be going for his second WPT title, so it will be a very thrilling final table to watch.


Joseph Elpayaa Leads WPT bestbet Jacksonville Main Event

Tags: bestbet Jacksonville Fall Poker Scramble, John Racener, Jonathan Aguiar, Joseph Elpayaa, Noah Schwartz, world poker tour
Posted on 12 November 2012 by "T".

A total of 477 players signed up for World Poker Tour bestbet Jacksonville Fall Poker Scramble last Friday and Saturday. Day 1A, Day 1B and Day 2 are now concluded and the player field has been narrowed down to 28 players. The average stack is 511k, Joseph Elpayaa (picture) has the lead with 924,000 chips and Noah Schwartz in ranked second with 916,000. Besides Schwartz, the two biggest names with chips left are Jonathan Aguiar (604,000) and John Racener (593,000).

The remaining players are guaranteed at least $9,158 each - with the chance of laying hands on the top prize of $402,970! We will be back with another update tomorrow morning!



Aussie Millions: Christopher Chronis & Antonius in the lead

Tags: Aussie Millions, Aussie Millions main event 2009, Christopher Chronis, Noah Schwartz, Patrik Antonius, sorel Mizzi
Posted on 19 January 2009 by "T".

The main event with a $10,500 buy-in kicked off on Sunday with loud music, dancing girls and a video where Joe Hachem welcomed and wished everyone good luck. In the video he also said - "I think it's about time an Aussie took home the title", with the glimt in the eye.

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