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Live Poker Tournament Wins for Miami Boss, Aaron Massey and the Charity Series of Poker

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Live Poker Tournament Wins for Miami Boss, Aaron Massey and the Charity Series of PokerLive poker tournament wins for Danny “Miami Boss’ Suied at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open; likewise for Aaron Massey at the Heartland Poker Tour Ameristar, and great news for Matt Stout and the team at the Charity Series of Poker.

Whilst all eyes are currently focused on the record breaking European Poker Tour (EPT) in Barcelona, the Americans are also hosting a few events that need to be touched upon.

First we head to the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open (SHRPO), and the side events that will culminate in the $10m Guaranteed Main Event due to be held Aug 28th.

Event #1 $350 Deep Stack No-Limit Hold’em (NLHE), was a five-day event that attracted 2,888 entries, who took their seats over six starting flights, to create a total prize pool of $866,400.

The winner, Daniel ‘Miami Boss’ Suied, pocketed $110,349 after the final four players agreed to a chop meaning there was no four-way, three-way or heads-up action to write about.

Live Poker Tournament Wins for Miami Boss, Aaron Massey and the Charity Series of Poker

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“It’s good to pop one,” Suied told the SHRPO blog after his win, “I had a couple of final tables but it’s nice to get a six-digit score.”

The victory was Suied’s biggest of his career and now takes his live tournament earnings close to $340,000. Suied was a member of the World Poker Tour (WPT) Season XII Ones to Watch.

The recent World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOPC) event winner, at the Palm Kennel Beach Club, and former guest on CalvinAyre, Tristan Wade, finished 11th in the event.

 

Final Table Standings

1st. Danny Suied – $110,349

2nd. David Smith – $94,574

3rd. Reinaldo Troconis – $81,752

4th. Brett Bader – $78,919

5th. Raminder Singh – $44,983

6th. Glen Cressman – $35,831

7th. Steele Sutter – $26,765

8th. Michael Tufaro – $18,131

9th. Richard Russ – $12,951

Aaron Massey Wins the Heartland Poker Tour Ameristar East Chicago

 

Live Poker Tournament Wins for Miami Boss, Aaron Massey and the Charity Series of Poker

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Aaron Massey takes his all time live tournament earnings over the $2m mark after victory at the most recent Heartland Poker Tour (HPT) Main Event in Chicago.

“I don’t have any words to say how I feel right now. I really wanted to win. I just kept firing away until I finally won the title.” Said Massey after his win.

The event drew in 538 entrants to create a $771,720 prize pool making it a record breaking Chicago HPT event. It’s also the third successive year that Massey has won an event in his own backyard after taking down the $5,000 Heads-Up event at the Chicago Poker Classic in 2013, and a Pot-Limit Omaha (PLO) event also at the Chicago Poker Classic back in 2012.

Also making the final table was Mike Mustafa who you may remember finished second in a $500 NLHE event in the Chicago Poker Classic earlier this year.

Massey, who entered the final table as the chip leader, defeated Stan Jablonski in heads-up action after 50 hands were played out. The final hand saw the pair getting it in on [Kc] [Jd] [Th] with Massey holding two pair and Jablonski holding an open-ender.

Massey’s hand held true to capture the $177,502 first prize.

Final Table Standings

1st. Aaron Massey – $177,502

2nd. Stan Jablonski – $108,504

3rd. Michael Vanderwoude – $71,924

4th. James Richison – $50,007

5th. Mike Mustafa – $37,428

6th. James Nelson – $28,940

7th. Paul Vivacqua – $23,537

8th. Adam Zimowski – $19,293

9th. David Berman – $15,434

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino to Host Charity Series of Poker Event

The SHRPO has just added a new event onto the schedule courtesy of the Charity Series of Poker (CSOP), a non-profit organization created by the professional poker player Matt Stout.

The Big Stack Turbo NLHE event will feature a $300 buy-in, 50% of which will be donated to the Habitat for Humanity International and Habitat for Humanity of Broward charitable organizations.

To spice things up a little the hosts are adding an extra $15,000 into the prize pool as well as guaranteeing the winner a $5,300 entry into the $10 Million Guaranteed Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open Main Event.

“The CSOP is excited to be joining forces with Seminole Hard Rock Poker in one of the best tournament venues in the world,” stated Matt Stout.  “Players in the $10M Guaranteed SHRPO Championship will also have the opportunity to give back to the community and the world by helping us provide affordable housing for those deserving and in need.”

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