• April 18, 2021

Poker News: 2014 Seneca Fall Poker Classic Main Event Day 2

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The 2014 Seneca Fall Poker Classic Main Event continued Sunday with 65 of the original 263 entries returning to the balcony of the Seneca Niagara Hotel & Casino. After nearly 14 hours on the felt, the day ended with nine players eyeing the trophy and the $57,736.
Rick Block is on top heading into the final day. Block grinded out a short stack for most of Day 2 but went on a rush with two tables remaining, working it up from 250,000 to almost 2.5 million when play came to a close.
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Among those joining Block at the final table are Joe Ciffa, Andre Smith and 19-year-old Veerab Zakarian, who needs a take a school exam at 8 a.m. Monday morning before driving back to Niagara Falls to play for the title.
nly the top 24 places were paid in this tournament, meaning more than half of those returning on Sunday would go home empty-handed. Among those who failed to make the money were Lou Tomassi, DJ MacKinnon, Kyle Gauchat and Ronny D’Grillo, who landed on the bubble. D’Grillo moved all in for his last 34,500 from early position. Matt Dubuc, Anthony Sgroi and Block all called and checked it down on a jack-high board.
From there, Dan Wagner, Scott Gaddi, Chris Gras, Vincent Palma and Robert Donegan hit the rail short of the final table. Donegan was among with leaders with 18 left but made a timely misstep against Ciffa that removed him from the tournament.
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Main Event Final Table

Place Player Chips
1 Rick Block 2,488,000
2 Anthony Sgroi 993,000
3 Dave Grana 977,000
4 Veerab Zakarian 852,000
5 Joe Ciffa 627,000
6 Joseph Elhage 581,000
7 Thomas MacKenzie 555,000
8 Randy Lingenfelter 499,000
9 Andre Smith 321,000

 
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