• July 31, 2021

Eddy Sabat Wins the 2015 California State Poker Championship Main Event

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 (pokernews.com) –The 2015 California State Poker Championship $1,650 Main Eventattracted 462 entries to Commerce Casino and created a prize pool of $693,000. Turnout was actually down a bit from 2013 when Jeff Madsentopped a field of 584 entries to win the title, which at the time was a part of the Heartland Poker Tour.
However, it was still up considerably from 2013, which is when Brent Hanksdefeated Gavin Griffin in heads-up play to top a field of 258 entrants to win $117,760. The event has a long history with notable winners, including back in 2004 when Hollywood actor Ben Affleck outlasted 89 other players to win the then $10,000 buy-in event for $356,400.
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Now, after three days of intense play, poker pro Eddy Sabat has added his name to the list of Cal State winners. The victory, which banked Sabat $121,711, brought his total live earnings up to $2,647,540.
abat managed to work a three-handed deal that saw him take home the full first-place prize. Holding 80% of the chips in play, Sabat agreed to let Steve Vargas and Joel Tushnet, who were both down to less than 10 big blinds, to chop the second and third-place prizes. As a result Sabat became the latest Cal State champion.
Final Table Results

Place Player Prize
1 Eddy Sabat $129,240 + $10,000 LAPC Main Event Seat*
2 Steve Vargas $80,215*
3 Joel Tushnet $80,215*
4 Tommy San $46,430
5 Hyong Kim $34,860
6 Diana Yang $27,930
7 Bobby Poe $23,280
8 Prahbo Mogulla $18,570
9 Quynam Nguyen $13,930
10 Behtaj Amiri $10,190

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