PNB Presents This Week in Poker Tournaments Sep 29-Oct 5

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Oct 05, 2013 Posted in Tournament News | No Comments »

World-Series-of-Poker-July-2010-dealer-tables-300x200As the year-ending major tournaments draw closer the tournament action is once again picking up. Not only is the action picking up, but attendance has been on an uptick, which is a very good sign for the poker economy.

Strong turnout for the inaugural WSOPC Cincinnati

740 players showed up for the inaugural World Series of Poker Circuit Series stop in Cincinnati and when the dust settled it was local grinder Brad Albrinck who emerged victorious over the field. The biggest challenge at the final table for Albrinck was poker pro Aaron Steury, but Steury’s run would end in 6th place, while Albrinck went on to best the appropriately named David Kash for the title.

Here is a look at the final table payouts from the tournament:

1. Brad Albrinck — $221,994

2. David Kash — $136,863

3. Greg Kolo — $100,899

4. Viet Vo — $75,203

5. Josh Williams — $56,799

6. Aaron Steury — $43,457

7. Ray Attiyah — $33,666

8. Rory Monahan — $26,407

9. Kevin McColgan — $20,968

Results from website

3-time WSOPC ring winner victorious in HPT Thunder Valley Main Event

The second leg of the Heartland Poker Tour’s California Gold Rush series is now in the books and the winner of the event was Michael Rosenbach. Rosenbach triumphed over the 542 player field to pocket the $180k first-place prize-money, and add a HPT title to his impressive three WSOPC rings.

Here is a look at the final table payouts from the tournament:

1. Michael Rosenbach – $180,689

2. Mel Weiner – $110,457

3. Yotam Shmuelov – $73,219

4. William Chao – $50,908

5. Kevin O’Donnell – $38,102

6. Lori Bare – $29,460

7. Kirby Nunn – $23,961

8. Joe Fernandez – $19,640

9. Andrew Higgins – $15,712

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November Niner comes up just short in Ireland

The $745 buy-in Winamax Poker Open at the Regency Hotel in Dublin, Ireland drew over 1,000 players (1,086 to be exact) including November Niner and Winamax sponsored pro Sylvain Loosli. Loosli navigated through the huge field (much like he did at the WSOP Main Event) and finished in 2nd place.

Here is a look at the final table results from the 6-handed tournament:

1. Jerome Guermeur – $108,298

2. Sylvain Loosli – $74,455

3. Pierre Beriou – $54,149

4. Marc Macdonnell – $40,612

5. Guillaume Mauriaucourt – $32,489

6. Michael Gathy – $25,721

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Steve Brecher wins the WPT Regional Series Main Event in Reno

Just 111 players registered for the $1,500 buy-in WPT Regional Series Main Event in Reno; with 2009 WPT Bay 101 Shooting Stars champion Steve Brecher coming out on top.

1. Steve Brecher – $58,000

2. Roger Sippl – $38,000

3. Dean Freedlander – $25,000

4. Jed Hoffman – $18,000

5. Gerald Morrell – $14,000

6. Rafael Ibaibarriaga – $10,000

7. Travis Francis – $8,000

8. Glenn Uchibori – $6,000

9. Kyle Hanson – $5,000

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