With the string a big buy-in events leading up to this year’s ,500 No Limit Hold’em Main Event, players have decided to arrive early, including one of the biggest tournament names in the world. Marvin added ,700 to his resume with the win, and with the ,500 No Limit Hold’em (8-Max) and ,500 No Limit Hold’em Main Event coming up, he’s hoping that the run good is just beginning. Also in the field from Germany, is Heinz Schulter, who finished runner-up in yesterday’s ,500 No Limit Hold’em (8-Max). Schulter made a deal with Isle Poker notable Tom Gity (Pompano Beach, FL) taking home ,672 for his second place share of the deal. 10 of the Isle Open (,500 No Limit Hold’em 8-Max), which begins at 2:00pm. This is one of the most popular events for the “high-rollers” in the community, and will surely attract some of the most notables names in the area, along with those in town for this weekend’s main event.
James Kinzey, who is a relative unknown, currently leads the field with just over 160,000. A search of Kinzey’s name on Hendon Mob did not yield any results, but that could also happen if either the first or last name that had been submitted in the past, is different than what James uses for his Fan Club card here at the Isle Casino Pompano Park. James Kinzey’s name is not one that we readily recognize, but regardless of familiarity, he is leading the Flight 1G field at registration break. This is the final level with open registration, with the window closing once the first hand is dealt in Level 9. After play resumes post-break, we will bring you the first look at updated chip counts from the field. This special issue showcases some of the best e-mental health interventions from the academic field as this new medium reaches maturity. They do not plan any special promotions for the new opening on Thursday.
That score would just be the beginning for Bretzfield, who then went on to earn another five-figure score, in the opening event of the Card Player Poker Tour (hosted here at the Isle Casino Pompano Park). ICYMI: Yesterday was the final flight of the No Limit Hold’em (,000 GTD), and considering the circumstances (with a potential overlay), Flight 1F ended up the largest opening flight by far. Tournaments: As mentioned above, today’s tournament schedule begins with Day 2 of the No Limit Hold’em (,000 GTD), which gets underway at 12:00pm. Play will resume with 15:00 minutes remaining in Level 13, which was the point that Flight 1A concluded. Day 2 action begins at 12:00pm this afternoon, as (25) players return to battle it out for the No Limit Hold’em (,000 GTD) title. The one recurring event on today’s schedule begins at 6:00pm, and is a No Limit Hold’em tournament.
Isle Casino Poker tournament win. In fact, Isle Casino Pompano Park regular Jake Schwartz ended up finishing runner-up less than (48) hours ago. It’s the final major series of the year, and last chance to get a hand on one of those gorgeous Isle Casino Pompano Park trophies! Joseph Villatico (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) has assumed the top spot on the leaderboard, as he entered Level 10 with 130,000. Villatico has just over ,000 in lifetime tournament earnings, and is looking for his first Isle Casino Pompano Park result since the 2015 Florida State Poker Championships. The ,000 No Limit Hold’em event (which also has selected ,500 bounties) is one of the most popular on the WPT United States Main Tour, so many big names take the trip to event (including the bigger buy-in notables that play down here at the Isle). Paulius has three tournament wins here at the Isle Casino Pompano Park, including two trophy wins, coming during the 2014 Isle Classic.
The win was Albertson’s third here at the Isle Casino Pompano Park, and was worth ,220. The day’s third event is a No Limit Hold’em Satellite into the Isle Open Main Event, which begins at 6:00pm. The satellite is structured with 12,000 unit starting stacks, levels that last (20) minutes, and registration open through Level 8. This is a very popular event, and even without a guarantee on Tuesday night, it ended up awarding (7) seats (and an eighth place cash prize). After the third hit your are plus . The headlining event of the Isle Classic is the ,100 No Limit Hold’em Main Event (,000 GTD), running from December 6th to December 10th. Outside of those two tournaments, there are attractive events for players of all interests and price points (as well as satellite offered almost every day). Valera’s last cash was here at the Isle in February, when he placed 37th in a No Limit Hold’em (,000 GTD).