Sean Perry Wins Venetian $25K Excessive Curler; Negreanu Breaks Plexiglass on Means Out
On Saturday the 2021 Venetian DeepStack Championship Poker Sequence, which will host a pair of MSPT Main Events this week, performed host to the third and remaining Excessive Curler event held in Might.
On Thursday, Ali Imsirovic gained the primary $10,000 High Roller for $200,200 by beating Shawn Daniels heads up. The subsequent day, Daniels discovered redemption by winning the second $10,000 High Roller for $175,500, which introduced his two-day winnings complete to $321,800.
On Saturday, the buy-in was bumped up considerably for Excessive Curler Occasion #3: $25,000 No-Restrict Maintain’em, a event that attracted 43 entries and supplied up a $1,075,000 prize pool.
The event was a part of the PokerGO Tour with gamers incomes factors primarily based on the quantity they money for. Take a look at the PokerGO Tour schedule here, in addition to the current PokerGO Tour leaderboard here.
Popping out on high to assert a $365,500 first-place prize was Sean Perry, who was not too long ago accused by Dan Colman of running a seven-figure fantasy sports scam. Perry, who additionally had a polarizing appearance on Season 8 of Excessive Stakes Poker, bested Invoice Klein in heads-up play to get the job completed.
Venetian $25K Excessive Curler Ultimate Outcomes
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In keeping with updates from the event, three-handed play between Perry, Klein, and Sam Soverel lasted for a number of hours because the chip lead modified palms on a minimum of three events.
Soverel finally fell in third place after his jack-eight suited failed to beat the ace-ten of Klein, who started heads-up play with a greater than 2:1 lead over Perry. Nonetheless, the latter battled his means into the chip lead and closed the deal after flopping journey jacks and having Klein, who didn’t present his playing cards, increase all in on the river.
Previous to that, Imsirovic bowed out in fourth place for $118,500, a strong run after profitable the primary $10K Excessive Curler simply two days earlier.
Negreanu Breaks Plexiglass
Near the cash bubble in Degree 11 (10,000/15,000/15,000), Daniel Negreanu raised the button holding pocket nines and referred to as when Chris Brewer three-bet jammed with ace-four from the large blind. The board ran out ace-high and Negreanu was left with crumbs.
“It’s beginning to get actually silly,” Negreanu would later tweet.
Not lengthy after, Negreanu jammed his final 65,000 with pocket sixes and Brewer referred to as with ace-seven. Once more, the board ran out ace-high and Negreanu was eradicated in tenth place, although earlier than he departed he jokingly requested, “How do I break these items?”
He was referring to the Plexiglass dividers and promptly jumped up on his chair whereas utilizing the divider for help. Nonetheless, the Plexiglass wasn’t as robust because it appeared because it promptly broke, leaving Negreanu holding a nook of it.
“I didn’t imply to do this however right here, take this too,” he stated whereas handing the damaged piece to Brewer. The entire affair elicited fun from the room.
Venetian DeepStack Championship Winners
For the past month, Venetian Las Vegas has played host to the DeepStack Championship Poker Series, which will run through August 1 and offer more than $15 million in guaranteed prize pools.
Thus far the series has catered to more than 6,000 entrants and awarded in excess of $2 million.
This is a take a look at all those that’ve captured title to date:
|5/3/21||Occasion 1: $500 NLH Survivor||68||$29,580||7 winners||N/A||$4,300|
|5/3/21||Occasion 2: $200 NLH Bounty||87||$13,920||Oscar Tobar||San Francisco, CA||$2,379|
|5/4/21||Occasion 3: $500 NLH Survivor||50||$21,750||6 winners||N/A||$4,300|
|5/4/21||Occasion 4: $200 NLH Bounty||87||$13,290||Kilo Krahn||Sandy, Utah||$2,678|
|5/5/21||Occasion 5: $400 NLH Monster Stack||122||$40,870||Virab Zakaryan||Las Vegas, NV||$10,252|
|5/5/21||Occasion #6: $200 NLH Survivor||96||$15,360||9 winners||N/A||$1,600|
|5/8/21||Occasion #7: $400 NLH $50K GTD||690||$229,770||Austin Roberts||Monterery, California||$35,552|
|5/6/21||Occasion #8: $200 NLH Survivor||85||$13,600||8 Winners||N/A||$1,600|
|5/9/21||Occasion #9: $300 NLH Freeze Out||135||$33,075||Kennii Nguyen||Las Vegas, NV||$6,786|
|5/11/21||Occasion #10: $400 NLH||543||$180,819||Ricardo Eyzaguirre||Las Vegas, NV||$29,277|
|5/10/21||Occasion #11: $200 NLH Survivor||89||$14,240||11 winners||N/A||$1,295|
|5/12/21||Occasion #12: $400 NLH||204||$68,340||Christopher Marshall||Las Vegas, NV||$11,810|
|5/16/21||Occasion #13: $600 NLH||832||$421,824||Matthew Wantman||Stoneham, MA||$70,000|
|5/13/21||Occasion #14: $200 NLH Survivor||96||$15,360||9 winners||N/A||$1,600|
|5/16/21||Occasion #15: $300 NLH||171||$41,895||Leo Creger||Mililani, HI||$6,686|
|5/20/21||Occasion #16: $400 NLH||739||$243,870||Dylan Wilkerson||Las Vegas, NV||$48,270|
|5/17/21||Occasion #17: $200 NLH Survivor||91||$14,560||9 winners||N/A||$1,600|
|5/20/21||Occasion #18: $400 NLH||230||$77,050||Mehdi Saleh||Tempe, AZ||$12,647|
|5/22/21||Occasion #19: $600 NLH||646||$326,230||Jordan Cristos||Las Vegas, NV||$57,088|
|5/23/21||Occasion #20: $400 NLH||186||$62,310||Oleksandr Symonenko||Ukraine||$16,514|
|5/26/21||Occasion #21: $400 NLH MonsterStack||549||$182,817||Ross Ward||Charleston, SC||$31,073|
|5/24/21||Occasion #22: $200 NLH Survivor||110||$17,600||11 winners||N/A||$1,600|
|5/26/21||Occasion #23: $400 NLH MonsterStack||186||$62,310||Justin Mevs||Seattle, WA||$8,485|
|5/27/21||Occasion #25: $10,000 Excessive Curler||77||$770,000||Ali Imsirovic||Vancouver, WA||$200,200|
|5/27/21||Occasion #26: $400 Restrict Omaha 8/B||92||$31,280||Khamar Xaythavone||West Valley, UT||$9,383|
|5/27/21||Occasion #27: $300 NLH Bounty||89||$22,250||Alan Sugano||Rancho Friends Verdes, CA||$3,573|
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