Username is required
Password is required
  • September 30, 2020

2015 MSPT Potawatomi Casino Day 1b

Check Regal Poker for Latest Poker News, poker strategy tips and more.
(pokernews.com)- Matt Hauge got hot late on Day 1b of Mid-States Poker Tour Potawatomi in Milwaukee to finish with 320,500, enough to lead a pack of 38 survivors by a narrow margin over Rick Syverud (312,000).
The second of two flights drew a total of 216 entries, pushing the total to 462. That created a prize pool of $462,000, and the latest MSPT champ will claim $114,117 when he or she conquers a Day 2 field of 80 players who’ll return on Sunday.
Top 10 Day 1b Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCount
1Matt Hauge320,500
2Rick Syverud312,000
3Louis Hoeflich225,000
4Brian Smith201,000
5Rob Wazwaz200,500
6Colin Eric Lovelock188,000
7Ken Komberec165,000
8Chris Roth158,500
9Phil Arrganello158,000
10Joe Iannello158,000

 
At Regal Poker you will find the best articles about how to play poker, visit us and check out our promotions we offer you the best online poker games.
Hauge gambled it up and came out ahead in a big race during Level 14 (1,200/2,400/400), the final level of the night. He opened for a raise in middle position and saw Igor Hot make it 16,200 to go from the small blind. Hauge shipped all in, enough to put Hot at risk for about 100,000, and the latter called off.
Alexander’s fellow team pros Blake Bohn and Matt Kirby weren’t so lucky as they hit the rail on Day 1b, along with Mark HodgeLarry OrmsonGennady ShimelfarbNicholas Revello, former champJason Mirza, and PokerNews’ own Chad Holloway.
Don’t miss our special articles about Texas Hold’em and blackjack, become the best player that you can be! Get all the latest PokerNews updates on your social media outlets. Follow us on Twitter and find us on both Facebook and Google+!

betregaluser

Read Previous

Limit Texas Holdem Semi-Bluffing

Read Next

Limit Texas Holdem Bluffing Strategy