Myerson Wins $570 Archie for His Third 2019 Remington - @Daniel_Shak Runner-Up

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One person sits alone when you look at the number of victories so far in the 2019 LAPC.

Alan Myerson just captured his third Remington of the series, winning the $570 Archie this evening, defeating Dan Shak heads-up FTW. Myerson adds $7,800 to his Hendon mob resume and Shak collects $6,665 as the duo altered the payouts slightly once heads-up.

Myerson moves in to 4th place in the Overall Player of the Series race with his win. Sean Yu (4th, $2,580) earned his 17th cash in the 2019 LAPC, and is 3rd on the POTS board, closing the gap a bit on Jack Pan and Peter Neff, the top-2 on the leaderboard. Both Pan and Neff earned cashes in today’s $2k NLH.

Here’s the final results.

Ma Bubbles $570 Archie

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LEVEL - 12    BLINDS - 1500/3000   LIMITS - 3000/6000    ENTRIES - 10/55

Tony Ma makes it 2 bets, Nick Pupillo makes it 3, Ma calls and both players draw one. Ma bets, Pupillo calls, each take one - same pattern for the next two draws.

Ma checks after the final draw, only 1,500 (1/2 of a bet) behind. Pupillo bets and Ma has to muck, failing to make a qualifying hand.

He’s in for 1/2Bet from the BB the next hand, Pupillo pushes everyone off and takes one, Ma taking three.

Both players take one on the remaining two draws, Pupillo shows Aces, Ma does not make a qualifying hand and he’s out in 11th in LAPC 60 - $570 Archie.

Final Day 1 chipcounts and Day 2 seat assignments coming in a few minutes.

Archie Grinders

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LEVEL - 9    BLINDS - 600/1200    LIMITS - 1200/2400    ENTRIES - 23/55

Anthony Pitesa, Nick Pupillo, Sean Yu, Neil Smith, Tim Frazin, Carol Fuchs, Dan Shak, Timon Nakamura, Michael Rocco, Alan Myerson, Ken Aldridge, James Woods, Miami John Cernuto and Iori Yogo are among those immersed in #TheGrindIsReal time in tonight’s $570 Archie.

23 remain, playing down to 12 in the money before Bag-n-Taggin’ to come back Thursday (scheduled now for 3pm).