Paramjit Gill Wins Event 5 $350 Triple Stud Event

Triple Stud is an Event that players don’t get to see too often, and they traveled from far and wide to participate in this rare Event. A total of 125 players came out to play, and once the dust settled, it was Gill who would take the biggest piece of a 3 way deal and win nearly $8,000, the Remington, and 35 Player of the Series points. It was Gill’s first win at the LAPC after a long history of big cashes.

More mixed games are on the schedule, as we play some Omaha 8/Stud 8 tomorrow, and a Stud 8 Event on Thursday.
$350 Triple Stud Results

Adam Kipnis Defeats Huge Omaha 8 Field in Opening Mixed Event

It seemed as though many of the mixed game players were itching to get things going after seeing the success of the NLH events, and the numbers didn’t disappoint. There were 186 entries into LAPC Event #4 $350 Omaha 8 or Better, and once it was all said and done, Adam Kipnis was able to walk away with a $10,000 first prize, the trophy, and an early lead in the Mixed game Player of the Series race.

Seems likely that many of the same faces will show up tomorrow as we play our Triple Stud Event which begins at 1:00pm. A complete list of Event 4 results can be found here.

LAPC 2019 Event 2 and 3 Results

Other than the half million paid out to Event 1 players on Sunday, there were two other Events that started and finished. Victor Kruglov beat out 432 players to take down the $350 Bounty Event, and Alan Meyerson, who will undoubtedly be making a run at Player of the Series, won the inaugural Triple Street Event. A complete list of Event 2 and 3 finishers are available at the links below.

Christopher Haydt Wins LAPC 2019 Kickoff Event for $100,000

When the idea of turning $120 into $100,000 was first starting to circulate, many assumed that players would make a deal to chop at some point, being that it was relatively top heavy. That wasn’t the case however, as Christopher Haydt and Teresa Hemingway battled for over 2 hours to determine who would be the opening event champion. When the last card fell, it was Haydt who would emerge with the title, the Remington, and $100,000. Congrats to Christopher on his huge win. A complete list of results can be found below.

Kickoff Event Final Results

512 in 2pm Flight and Rising

Level 2 just wrapped up in the 2pm Flight 1N of the $500k Kickoff and there’s another 512 entries added to the overall tournament field. Registration is open until the start of Level 5, playing down to the final three percent of the starting field before end of play.

There’s a 6pm Flight 1O tonight with 30-minute levels and a 10pm start for Flight 1P with 20-minute levels, plus Sunday’s 8am Last Chance Turbo Flight 1Q with 20-minute levels.

Day 2 is scheduled for a 2pm Restart.

LAPC Schedule and Structure Sheets

Big Turnout in 10am Flight

Level 5 is coming to a close in today’s 10am Flight 1M and the board shows this flight drew 527 entries. Like Matt Savage said yesterday, it’s gonna be a huge day at The Commerce.

Still to come today is starting flights at 2pm Flight 1N, 6pm Flight 1O, a 10pm turbo Flight 1P and don’t forget Sunday morning’s 8am Last Chance Flight 1Q

This IS .. The $500k Kickoff Event …

Crushing the Guarantee

The 2pm Day 1J flight is already at 578 entries in the $120 buy-in $500k GTD Kickoff Event, leaving the LAPC on its way to obliterating the guarantee in the first event of the series.

Cards are going in the air in 15 minutes for the 6pm Day 1K - registration closing at 8:15 p.m. - and there’s a big crowd expected for that flight also … and don’t forget the 10pm Day 1L flight.

Four more flights tomorrow - 10am; 2pm; 6pm and 10pm - and as Matt Savage says, “sign up early for tomorrow’s heats, it’s going to be a madhouse!.”

Hey, wait, there’s also the Sunday 8am Last Chance Turbo, too ….

Day 1A-1H chipcounts

Chip Counts From the First Two Days of Kickoff Event

2,182 entries have come through the ballroom in the first two days of the 2019 LAPC. The time and effort put into the opening structure has seemed to pay off as players have been expressing appreciation for the amount of play available in a $120 buy in Event. Through 8 flights, we now have 64 players who will be back on Sunday.

Don’t forget to arrive early for the Fri/Sat flights, as it appears as though they will be quite busy. Here’s a list of the Day 1 Chip Counts so far.

Day 1A-1H Chip Counts

Results and Chip Counts From Day 1H

We are halfway through the starting days, but not close to halfway meeting the guarantee. It’s seatbelt time as we head into the next stretch of the tournament. Players in the evening flight with 20 minute levels have really seemed to enjoy the way the tournament has played down. Here’s a list of all the results/payouts for Day 1H

Results/Chip Counts

LAPC Kickoff Event Thursday 2pm Flight 1F Results and Chip Counts

The 6th heat of 17 drew exactly 400 entries, paid 50 places, and 12 players advanced to Sunday at 2pm. Through six flights we are slightly under pace to make the $500,000 guarantee but we believe tomorrow and Saturday will CRUSH!

Here are the 12 that still have the dream of turning $120 into $100,000!
Day 1F Results/Chip Counts