• August 3, 2021

William Liang Wins 2015 Seneca Summer Slam Main Event

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(pokernews.com)- A 29-year-old Toronto, Canada-based project manager for a software company came to Niagara Falls, NY, for the weekend and became a champion.
William Liang took down the 2015 Seneca Niagara Falls Summer Slam Main Event and claimed it’s $61,535 first-place prize on Sunday inside the Niagara Falls Poker Room at the Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel.
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The tournament drew a whopping 504 entries over two starting days, absolutely crushing the $150,000 guarantee and creating $267,498 prizepool that paid 54 spots. A total of 90 players returned for the final day, with Liang among just four over 300,000 in chips.
Erie, PA’s Jeff Wells was the chip leader, but he ran bad early and busted before the money got big. In the meantime, Liang held on to his slew of chips throughout, flirting with the lead and when the final table was finally reached. He and Hollywood actor and poker enthusiast Kirk Acevedo came in with the biggest stacks.
Blake Napierala made his third final table of the 2015 Summer Slam series, but once the blind levels reached dangerous heights, he could do no better than a sixth-place finish. Acevedo, who was playing the event on some downtime from shooting a TV show in Toronto, eventually busted fifth after moving in and out of the lead several times at the final table.
Final Table Payouts

Place Player Prize
1 William Liang $61,535
2 Steven Solodiuk $37,610
3 Newton Graziano $24,931
4 Daniel Wagner $17,334
5 Kirk Acevedo $12,974
6 Blake Napierala $9,764
7 Silvio DeRubeis $8,159
8 Jeffrey Hobrecker $6,687
9 John Grace $5,617

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