2015 Coco Poker Showdown Schedule

The 2015 Seminole Coconut Creek Poker Showdown series will kick-off on Thursday, January 7, 2015 at the poker room.

MAIN EVENT SCHEDULE

EventDayEvent DayDayTimeBuy-inTournament
1Wed-1/7/1512PM$140Omaha High / Low - $5,000 GTD
2WedDay 1A1/7/157PM$125No Limit HoldÕem Deep Stack
ThuDay 1B1/8/1511AM$125$100,000 GTD
ThuDay 1C1/8/157PM$125
FriDay 1D1/9/1511AM$125
FriDay 1E1/9/157PM$125
SatDay 1F1/10/1511AM$125
SatDay 1G1/10/157PM$125
SunDay 21/11/151PM-
3Sun-1/11/1512PM$240P L O Eight or Better - $10,000 GTD
4Sun-1/11/156PM$240NL HoldÕem Black Chip Bounty - $20,000 GTD
5Mon-1/12/156PM$125No Limit HoldÕem Deep Stack - $10,000
6Tue-1/13/156PM$94ÒAndy SlaterÓ No Limit HoldÕem - $20,000 GTD
7Wed-1/14/1512PM$240Omaha High / Low - $10,000 GTD
8WedDay 1A1/14/157PM$350No Limit HoldÕem Deep Stack
ThuDay 1B1/15/1511AM$350$350,000 GTD
ThuDay 1C1/15/157PM$350
FriDay 1D1/16/1511AM$350
FriDay 1E1/16/157PM$350
SatDay 1F1/17/1511AM$350
SatDay 1G1/17/157PM$350
SunDay 21/18/151PM-
9Sun-1/18/1512PM$300Seniors (50+) No Limit HoldÕem - $10,000 GTD
10Sun-1/18/156PM$200NL HoldÕem Double Green Chip Bounty - $10,000 GTD

2015 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Player-of-the-Year

Seminole Hard Rock Poker Player-of-the-Year Tournament Leaderboard
The 2015 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Player-of-the-Year (SHRP POY) race kicked off with the Seminole Coco Poker Open tournament series on September 25 – October 6, 2014. This program is designed for the poker player and every entry earns valuable leaderboard points, with bonus points awarded for cash place finished.

The 2015 SHRP POY race incorporates all events held during the following Seminole Hard Rock Poker tournament series:

  • 2014 Coco Poker Open tournament series at Seminole Coconut Creek (Sep 25 – Oct 6)
  • 2014 Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open tournament series at Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood (Nov 13 – Dec 3)
  • 2015 Lucky Hearts Poker Open tournament series at Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood (Jan 22 – Feb 11)
  • 2015 Poker Showdown tournament series at Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood (Apr 2 – 22)
  • 2015 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open tournament series at Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood (Aug 2015)

Players will earn base points for participating in each event during a tournament series and will earn bonus points based on cash placed finished, buy-in amount and total number of entries.

The 2015 SHRP POY Winner will receive a prize package valued at over $35,800 that features entries and casino-based incentives for Seminole Hard Rock Poker’s most prestigious poker events throughout the following year including::

  • $2,500 entry into Coco Poker Open Championship
  • $3,500 entry into Seminole Hard Rock “Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open” Championship
  • $3,500 entry into Seminole Hard Rock Lucky Hearts Poker Open Championship
  • $3,500 entry into Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown Championship
  • $5,300 entry into Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open Championship
  • $2,500 entry into a Seminole Hard Rock Championship even
  • $10,000 cash for entry into Main Event
  • $3,000 cash
  • $2,000 in benefits for hotel accommodations and dining

Second place:

  • $3,500 entry into any Seminole Hard Rock Championship event
  • $5,300 entry into the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open
  • $1,200 in room and dining credit

Third place: $5,300 championship entry into the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open
Fourth place: $5,300 championship entry into the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open
Fifth place: $5,300 championship entry into the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open
Sixth through Tenth places: $3,500 championship entry in the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown (April 2015)

2015 SHRP POY points will be recorded and displayed for players to keep track of at hardrockpoker.com

STAX DECEMBER Leaderboard

(Updated December 16th)

Get rewarded by playing at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek …

Play in any daily or satellite tournament from November 26 – January 6, 2015 and earn Tournament Leaderboard Points!
* Earn Base Points for each tournament entry
* Earn Bonus Points based on:
– tournament buy-in amount
– total entries for event
– cash place finished

Prizes:
1st Place:
$1,350 ($1,000 Cash + $350 CPS Tournament Voucher)

2nd Place:
$750 ($400 Cash + $350 CPS Tournament Voucher)

3rd– 5th Place:
$575 ($100 Cash + $475 CPS Tournament Voucher)

6th– 20th Place:
$475 ($475 CPS Tournament Voucher)

21st – 45th Place:
$350 ($350 CPS Tournament Voucher)

All prizes are non-transferable.

See poker room for details

SEMINOLE CASINO COCONUT CREEK POKER TOURNAMENT LEADERBOARD

(through DEC 14 Tournaments):

NAMEPOINTS
ARTURO CARRASCO816.091
JERMAINE PHANG532.678
ARIS GOMEZ LOPEZ495.094
WILLY JEAN BAPTISTE468.829
NICHOLAS VISCONTI462.083
HELENE ROSENBERG381.221
JAMES NEMES351.795
JEFFREY ROSENBERG295.095
JASON CASTEN282.091
RICHARD STEIN265.225
MARIANNE DEWITT250.103
SHARON AZIZ249.904
SPENCER LIEBMANN226.055
MONTY DWECK208.446
ROBERT TRANSUE199.305
FRANCIS ADAMS193.819
MIGUEL MARTINEZ189.560
ALAN KATSNELSON169.043
CARL VIDAL156.045
CHARLES BIONDOLILLO152.250
ADAM WEINBERG151.668
ARNO KRUGER145.849
DAVID SCHMIDT144.866
ERROL MASSEY144.769
KRISHNA COLLINS141.675
STANLEY GRANDON140.308
AMIR BARON136.604
NATHAN ROBUSTO136.595
ANTHONY PATITUCCI135.703
RENO LOUIS JEUNE134.336
ADAM BERMAN133.771
ATHANASIOS DATSERIS132.068
DANIEL RESTREPO131.840
EUGENE CALDEN130.681
GARRETT ROGERS130.523
SEAN REMZ129.008
ALAN GUTMAN127.076
WILLIAM VARGAS126.948
KATHERINE BUTSINAS126.611
LUIS GUARDA125.016
MICHELLE ERB124.630
LAWRENCE GRADUS124.629
DARREN THORNTON122.976
STANLEY BEAUCHEMIN122.956
JESSICA BEAUCHEMIN122.184
OSVALDO ALBERTY122.054
RICHARD CARON119.738
DEBRA LEVIN119.223
LESLEY CUTLER118.808
W VANSTINE118.375
VIRGINIA SMYTHE114.974
MICHAEL MINER114.330
IRAJ FARIAB113.608
VICTOR BRIGHT113.300
JOHN PAINTER113.300
MARIO JAMES112.914
BERNIE BOUDLE112.158
SUSAN STEINBERG111.904
RICHARD RUIZ111.755
ROBERT MIDGETTE109.229
ROGER BLACK108.150
DANE SCHLICK-TRASK107.635
DAGMAR DASHA TUCKER107.196
LUKE ROSENBERG105.131
VITO POLERA104.288
ROSHAN BROWN103.773
MARK BERSHAD103.258
RICHARD LOREN HOLLAND102.743
LAURA PINCUS101.970
PEDRO SANTOS PARAGUAI101.970
DARCY DECONZA101.246
ROBERT FEDDERMAN98.751
STANLEY OREMLAND98.108
WILLIAM KRAMER97.979
THOMAS MILLETTE97.335
JOHN SARANTOPOULOS97.335
ARNOLD COHEN97.078
DEREK FELBINGER96.820
STANLEY STERNBERG96.425
ARNOLD WEISS96.425
JACOB FIELDS95.918
BRETT GUROWITZ95.790
ROBERT MUSSEN90.925
HARLAN GILLARY90.640
OLIVER LEVINE90.640
JOSHUA TRUITT90.640
GEORGE COLLI90.640
CHARLES MARIK90.589
JEAN-FRANCOIS DUPUIS90.589
NEIL SHAPIRO90.335
DAVID MADDOX88.580
MICHELET MERY87.808
DENIS KLIMOV86.520
PAUL STEINER84.768
ROBERT BOSSUK79.825
ROBERT LEFF79.310
DAVID FRIEDMAN79.310
VASILE SCHITA78.666
DAVID STEINBERG74.804
PAULIUS BIKUS72.615
STEPHEN MUSCHETT71.843
NATHAN SCHWARTZ69.268
MICHAEL SENIOR68.109
STEPHEN GOLDFINGER67.980
RONALD HIMELBLAU65.975
JEFFREY SATINOFF64.633
BRIAN JOHNSON64.398
DAVID PRACKER63.860
ILAN HADIDA62.058
JARED CARTER62.058
DIEGO PONCE61.725
ROBERTO HERRERA61.028
ROBERT COHEN60.900
MIGUEL MCKENZIE60.098
CHRISTINE DIFIORE59.150
SCOTT GREENBERG56.679
DANIEL NOTICE56.415
ANNA DIPIERRO55.825
MICHAEL KATZ50.750
CODY MANNING50.750
ONEIL MC CALLA47.895
JOHN FREIDKES47.380
JOHN AMRHEIN45.964
STEVEN GREENBERG45.831
MICHAEL MARKS42.101
SONNY LEE41.071
JOHN VASSER40.370
MONTY BERGER39.913
DAVID BRAINARD38.754
ROBERT KESSLER37.616
BARRY BERNSTEIN36.021
MICHAEL GRABELSKY35.685
LASCELLES PEART35.278
MARK PICKERING35.124
ROSALYN SHEINIS DWECK33.861
HERODE SINTERCE33.733
UMAKANTH KARNATI33.475
PHILIP PAUL33.218
GEORGE BERINDEI31.930
CASEY KAPLAN31.930
DAVID PRICE30.771
GEORGE LUKAWSKI29.999
CAMERON COLLINS29.999
RICHARD KESSLER29.970
PATRICIA CASE29.924
BRANDON LALLOO29.613
STEVE RAEMAN29.484
SCOTT TENENBAUM29.023
JAMES DELEO28.840
JULIAN ALVARADO27.785
ROBERT MILLER27.295
DWAYNE DARRELL27.295
MICHAEL PASTEIN27.038
JULIUS ZWAIL26.701
MARTIN MAY26.136
ALAN SLAKMAN25.414
SANDRA MEYER23.969
YVES FEQUIERE23.948
JOSEPH LEVITT23.948
GARY LEVINGER23.948
TODD KASTEN23.948
JAMAR LEWIS23.948
LEONID GOLDSHTEYN23.819
DANIEL GONZALEZ23.433
JEAN LOUIS ALCINOR23.433
BARTOLOME MEDINA22.660
AARON TOLCHINSKY22.403
DAVID BARTON22.324
HARRY EISENBERG22.145
JULIO MELENDEZ22.016
ANTONIO CAMPBELL22.016
SUSAN TUCKER21.480
WILSON RIVERA21.373
RUSSELL STAMPLER21.373
CATHERINE HUCKABY21.294
ALEXANDER FUSCO20.085
JEFFREY MORRISON20.085
MARLON BALLENTINE20.085
DAVID SMITH20.085
SPENCER FREE20.085
DANIEL GONZALO19.441
SCOTT HARRIS19.441
GEORGE HENRY19.441
MINAS DATSERIS19.363
TRAVIS MEADOWS18.640
CHRISTOPHER DRAWS17.510
PETER MINEO17.381
ANDREW TURZAK17.381
SHELDON SAITLIN17.178
VANESSA PACELLA16.995
ALIX ALDONIS16.995
SCOTT BELOVICZ16.995
THOMAS ALLARD16.738
PEDRO PALACIO16.738
OMAR BRIGHT16.480
RAYMOND RATTO16.455
JOHN MAHON16.405
STEVEN LEVINE16.223
GREGORY VICTOR16.144
EMMANUEL SANTOS15.965
ELON DIAMOND15.965
MICHELLE KELLER15.965
HARRY CHAIMOWIZ15.965
HERBERT BARNES15.965
JOHNATHAN BASSO15.965
SCOTT DAVIDSON15.965
DANIEL TURCOTTE15.965
JASON KOZLOWSKI15.965
LARISA KOGAN15.965
JOHN AURICCHIO15.965
MICHAEL WHITE15.965
ROBERT PANETTA15.965
RONALD BAKER15.965
TONI MILLER15.965
KURTIS HUNTSINGER15.965
JORGE VACA15.965
MICHAEL MEGNA15.965
JEROME GOLDMAN15.965
ROBERT GREEN15.965
MAXIM RAPOFF15.965
THOMAS KEHLENBECK15.965
TERESA SHANNON15.965
STEVEN ZUKOWSKI15.815
LUIS OJALVO15.479
ALI HAJASSDOLAH15.479
BORIS BERGEN15.225
MARK HARTSTEIN15.225
RENE LAVANDERA14.034
KEVIN SMITH14.034
MARIA FORD14.034
EIMEAR COFFEY14.034
PETER UDOVIK14.034
JUNE KELLEY13.648
COREY MILLER13.648
MARIO DAVIS JR13.648
THOMAS DOHERTY III13.390
RANDY BRIDGELAL13.390
PAUL MABEL13.311
RICHARD GANESH13.311
PERRY HUCKABY13.311
JEROME NELOMS13.311
NAIK NOORALI13.311
MIKE ROSEINGRAVE13.133
MICHAEL FRAIDIN13.058
MARIE FISHER12.103
JOAQUIN SOSA12.103
TAMARA GOLDSHTEYN12.103
MATTHEW KREITZ12.103
PETER BEJUSCA12.103
VICTORIA ANDERSON12.103
MARK CONSTANTINO12.103
KENNETH BRADDOCK III12.103
WARREN SANDERS12.103
RICHARD COPPOLA11.716
WILLIAM HAWORTH11.716
LISA DAY11.716
WOLFGANG BUCK11.716
JEAN ROBIN TREMBLAY11.716
PATRICIA BASILIO11.330
KENNETH LEE11.330
SEYMOUR WEINER11.330
ROBYN MARSHMAN11.330
GREGORY STRYKER11.330
MICHELLE GILTMAN11.330
ERICA HITE11.330
FREDERICK KARP11.330
BRYAN GROBLER11.330
LOUIS ALTER11.330
STEVEN HARMELL11.330
ALEX MEADOW11.330
FRANK LERCZAK11.330
LORI PORGES11.330
PAUL STEINER11.330
JOHN SAINT LOUIS11.330
DEREK PAUL MICKELSON11.330
CAPILDEO SIRJU11.330
JOSHUA RICHMOND11.330
TAMMY BARTON11.330
MATILDE FERNANDEZ11.126
MIGUEL MCDONALD11.126
SCOTT ASHLEY11.073
KENNETH KOGAN11.073
ANTONIO JARRETT10.994
ALAN EPSTEIN10.994
CHAD GRABER10.815
DANIELE CONDORELLI10.815
NEIL ARNOLD10.815
LUIS PANTOJA10.740
RICK KALGSTEIN10.658
PAUL RAPPORT10.658
PARASKEVAS PATSATSIS10.658
TIMOTHY PATRUS10.558
JEROME KOWALSKY10.558
HARRIS GOODMAN10.558
JUDITH GREEN10.558
ALLEN GREEN10.558
CHRISTIAN IVENS10.558
MARTIN RASCHKOVAN10.558
JEREMY SHAMASH10.558
GAIL COHEN10.558
PAUL PRICE10.404
TIMOTHY MCGOVERN10.404
GEORGE SANDS10.150
JOSE RODRIGUEZ7.983
SCOTT LOISELLE7.983
RONALD SALZMAN7.983
JAMES SCOTT7.983
RICHARD CHIAPPETTA7.983
DANE CLARKE7.983
PATRICK MCDONALD7.983
RICHARD LEVY7.983
CHARLES WHITE7.983
CHETRAM BOODRAM7.983
ROBERT MAZZORANA7.983
JONATHAN OUNJIAN7.983
BENNETT LEVY7.983
MATTHEW MATLOCK7.983
STEPHEN DAVIDSON7.983
THOMAS MINORCZYK7.983
HEATHER TEN HOEVE7.983
PATHANA BOUNGNASIRI7.983
JEREMY ALLEN7.983
JOHN BASTARACHE7.983
NEIL GREENE7.983
JAMES NEWCOMB7.983
JAMES SHIMAITIS7.983
GREGORY MONALDI7.983
JOSHUA GERZOG7.983
ROBERT POGGIO JR7.983
MARLANDO FORRESTER7.983
NICHOLAS BAZOS7.983
THANH NGUYEN7.983
BRUCE SMITH7.983
SALVATORE SOLLECITO7.983
DAVID SHIFREL7.983
NEAL ROCKLIN7.983
HANS OKSNEVAD7.983
EMILIO GONZALO7.983
LARRY RICHIE7.983
ALEXANDER GODINEZ7.983
KERRY KICKLIGHTER7.983
LEOTIS DORSETT7.983
MITCHELL SCHULTZ7.983
JONATHAN DANIELS7.983
ANTOINE BORTNER7.983
SCOTT RUBIN7.983
STEVEN PERELSTINE7.983
JOSEPH BELVISO7.983
JUSTIN METZL7.983
NADER BAHHUR7.983
LUIZ STADLER7.983
ROBERT THUR7.983
KENNETH FELDMAN7.983
FRANCISCO GARCIA PEREZ7.983
MARCELO BRUNO7.983
GUS ARCON7.983
WILTON ALEJANDRO-BOITEL7.983
JEAN DUPERVIL7.983
CARTER LEWIS7.983
CODY PERRAULT7.983
MELISSA BUCCI7.983
NEAL BERMAN7.983
THAYNE BRUNSVOLD7.983
THEODORE GROTHE7.983
JOHN FAMULARO7.983
NICHOLAS YOUNG7.983
STEVEN SLON7.983
LEROY GRANT7.983
ROODE BALAN7.983
NESTOR CARABALLO7.983
CHRISTOPHER KEELEY7.983
FRANCISCO REGALADO7.983
KEVIN BATT7.983
CHRISTOPHER BOEGLER7.983
GERALD MALONEY7.983
STEPHEN MENZER7.983
BRANDON KALGSTEIN7.983
HECTOR CARABALLO7.983
WILLIAM HORN7.983
JAMIE GIANNOULIS7.983
ERIK HANSEN7.983
TED WITHALL7.983
EVAN TEISCH7.983
ALEXANDER BRUTVAN7.983
RICHARD WEI-HONG WU7.983
MITCHELL SMITH7.983
THOMAS MCKEAN7.983
ROBERT TULLOCH7.983
GERARDO BELLIARD7.983
GLEN KOSTKA7.983
CLAUDY ROSIER7.983
MATTHEW BRAY7.983
DON BELL7.983
DAVID PERELSTINE7.983
JAMES MCGIRR7.983
ROSS WILLNER7.983
CLAUDE NGANGA7.983
AUSTIN KEOUGH7.983
JUSTIN HUXLEY7.983
MICHAEL MORA7.983
VINCENT GREEN7.983
BRENT GUILLEN7.983
ELLIOT RUDOLPH7.983
RONALD BRUNO7.983
ANDREW BENNIS7.983
ANDREW LIAS7.983
MARISA CASTANEDA7.983
LAWRENCE KALGSTEIN7.983
VICTOR PAPEO JR7.983
PAUL ROSENFELD7.983
MICHAEL ATTONITO7.983
WILLIAM BUNN7.983
MICHAEL SHANNON7.983
LLOYD NASTASE7.983
WAYNE STEELE7.983
CHRISTOPHER HAMILTON7.983
GUY FLETCHER7.983
RANDALL POTENZA7.983
BENICIO CORREA DE LIMA7.983
WILFREDO MADRIGAL7.983
JOANN NICOLETTE6.051
THOMAS NICOLETTE6.051
PAUL OKEN6.051
ALEX WHITE6.051
KELLIE KASPRISKE6.051
FRANK GIORDANO6.051
ROY COHEN6.051
JACK BAARS6.051
MALCOM PUROW6.051
RONALD ALTER6.051
KEITH EMBRES6.051
DANIEL SHORTLEY6.051
WANDA SKAGGS6.051
CHRISTOPHER HIBBERD6.051
DANIEL DORF6.051
DAVID DORF6.051
HARRY EISENBERG6.051
GERALD MAHARAJ6.051
MERRICK ROSENBERG6.051
ADAM YAZEJIAN6.051
LEWIS ANDERSON6.051
ELLIOTT ZAYDMAN6.051
JEAN MARTINS6.051
JOSEPH LAMBERTA6.051
JEFFERY SHEPPARD5.665
RICHARD KELLEHER5.665
ALAN FELLER5.665
LAURA MACOMBER5.665
JOHN SCURTO5.665
ERIC LEFF5.665
MARK GRIMSLEY5.665
RICHARD GRESS5.665
ROBERT PEOPLES5.665
SPENCER MART5.665
JEFFREY GORDON5.665
JOSE FERRANDO5.665
PAULA HOLDER5.665
SALVATORE PARISI5.665
THOMAS MORGADO5.665
MARK VOGEL5.665
ALBERTO HERNANDEZ5.665
STEFANIA DELUCA5.665
BENJAMIN ROBINSON5.665
JENNIFER DOMANIC5.665
AARON ALLEN5.665
ANTHONY PASSANISI5.665
RUSSELL FOX5.665
MICHAEL MCCOMBS5.665
LAWRENCE COHEN5.665
CHRISTOPHER LEWIS5.665
GEORGE COLLI5.665
DAVID TOMLIN5.665
WILLIAM UNDERDOWN5.665
ERIC SCHWAGER5.665
HUNG VAN LE5.665
CHAD MCKEAND5.665
FRANKLIN SCHUEBERT5.665
DAVID WEINER5.665
EDUARDO QUAN5.665
ARNOLD ERENSTOFT5.665
SCOTT SOWLE5.665
DAVID TYLICKI5.665
HASSAN SADER5.665
GILBERT BRAMWELL5.665
STANLEY JAMES BEAUCHEMIN5.665
EDGAR LAVILLA JR.5.665
JEFFREY BERRY5.665
FRANC NEMANIC5.665
MICHAEL OBRIEN5.665
HUBERT GANTER5.665
TAYLOR FORTINI5.665
KIRK TONEY5.665
YOSEF BUKIET5.665
CLAUDIO CALDERON5.665
SHAMMATEE MOHAMMED5.665
RICHARD CLARK5.665
PAUL HUMPHREY5.665
DAVID LEVINSON5.665
EDUARDO HERNANDEZ-CARSTENS5.665
WALTER VANZUIDAM5.665
OREN MAIMON5.665
JOSEPH CONTI5.665
ERIK ROMM5.665
JOSHUA CHAIMOWITZ5.665
ANDREY SOKOLOV5.665
MARK BARNETT5.665
PHILIP ALBUQUERQUE5.665
JUSTIN WIDELITZ5.665
JOHN REVES5.665
ANTHONY VULPIS5.665
IAN KEOGH5.665
JACK APPEL5.665
LUCINDA LANTZ5.665
MATTHEW HAYES5.665
PHILIPE SANTOS PARAGUAI5.665
IVO DIAS5.665
MARK KAPLAN5.665
MICHAEL DWECK5.408
ROBERT SCHWARTZMAN5.408
PANAGIOTIS REPANTIS5.408
STEVEN HARTWIG5.408
CAM NGUYEN5.408
SEAN WOLF5.408
JOSEPH DEGLI5.408
WENDY COOPER5.408
NATALIA HARTWIG5.408
VINCENT SIMONELLI5.408
JASON DOLLINGER5.408
EVAN DOLLINGER5.408
LETICIA GALINIS5.408
STEPHEN REID5.408
JORGE GOMEZ5.408
DANIEL CASHER5.408
GREGORY KIRKPATRICK5.408
ALBERTO PACHA5.408
ABRAHAM DRIMMER5.408
ARTEM SLEPOKOUROV5.408
SHRAVAN KULSHRESTHA5.408
RYAN READER5.408
CAMERON REID5.408
CRAIG VANEK5.408
CHRISTIANO GLORIA5.408
TIMOTHY SICKEL5.408
BERNARD MODESTE5.408
JORDAN ROBINSON5.408
DANIEL GENACHTE5.408
CODY ATHEY5.408
MICHAEL BAKER5.408
RONALD SULLIVAN5.408
YOGEMANI GANESH5.329
MELISSA MANCINI5.329
STEPHEN GREENSTEIN5.329
JOEL GOSSETT5.329
JOSE GARCIA RODRIGUEZ5.329
RICHARD SHAIN5.329
JARAD ZUCKERMAN5.329
STUART ZUCKERMAN5.329
BARRY APPEL5.329
ROBERT ZUCKERMAN5.329
BRETT SILVERMAN5.329
BYRON MCCLAUGHERTY5.329
ASLIN SAGNAKLAR5.329
JOSEPH FIORELLO5.329
MICHEL GARIEPY5.329
JAMES CORNELL JR5.329
EDWARD CLARK5.329
JEETANE PATEL5.329
JAMES FIELDS5.329
DENNIS TAGLIARINO5.329
KEVIN WRIGHT5.329
KEVIN ARNEY5.329
JEFFREY PERERA5.329
LOUKIA LAGOUDI5.329
ARMAND GAUL5.329
DAISY SULTAN5.329
DANIEL WILLSEN5.329
DAVID GRAY5.329
JOSEPH DANDREA5.329
SPENCER STEINBERG5.329
DAVID WILLOUGHBY5.329
GIUSEPPE DIMARTINO5.329
DENISE HOFFMAN5.329
JOHN MIDGETTE5.329
MICHAEL MIDGETTE5.329
PHILIP DIECIDUE5.150
EUGENE MIRABELLO5.150
ALAN BEYDA5.150
LEONARD ST-GERMAIN5.150
JOHN CLARK5.150
RONALD WINKELVOSS5.150
RICHARD BROWN5.075
RICHARD KEOUGH5.075
PETER SHERIDAN5.075
MICHAEL BORRELLI5.075
JUSTIN BARENBAUM5.075
RONALD MAIER5.075
ALEXANDER KIM5.075
DOUGLAS FRAWLEY5.075
WILLIAM DENIO5.075
MARLENE MASSON5.075
MICHAEL DIPIERRO5.075
MARK BRANNICK5.075
JAMES CURE5.075
PAUL STAAS5.075
NELSON COMAS5.075
JOHN MICHIE5.075
ERIK CAHILL5.075
EGIDIJUS SEPUTIS5.075
MARTY ZABIB5.075
L SCHOONMAKER5.075
QIANSAN ZHUANG5.075

Championship: Final Results

Seminole Hard Rock Poker presents
Coco Poker Open at Coconut Creek
$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
October 2-6, 2014

Total Entries: 419
Total Prize Pool: $1,000,000

John Dolan is no stranger to success at the felt. Prior to today, the Florida resident had accumulated $3,807,388 in lifetime tournament earnings including a sixth place finish in the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event for $1,772,959. Dolan is no one hit wonder though and he’s proven that of late with a final table at this past summer’s WSOP and a fourth place finish for $548,732 at last month’s Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open Main Event.

Dolan has added to those accomplishments with a win here today at the Coco Poker Open Championship Event and with the $219,500 he collected he moved over the four million mark in lifetime earnings. “I might never leave Florida,” Dolan joked when asked about his recent success in his home state. “I was going to play some next week but I think I might take a break now,” Dolan added. A well deserved break. Congratulations on your win John!

John Dolan, Winner, Coco Poker Open Championship Event
John Dolan, Winner, Coco Poker Open Championship Event

 

FINAL TABLE RESULTS

PlaceNamePayout
1stJohn Dolan$219,500.00
2ndRaymond McDonough$150,000.00
3rdBruce Snell$150,000.00
4thHans Winzeler$70,000.00
5thIraj Fariab$50,500.00
6thCliff Gladstone$40,500.00
7thStewart Newman$31,000.00
8thRyan Van Sanford$22,000.00
9thDavid Hass$16,000.00

 

Championship: 4th Place – Hans Winzeler ($70,000)

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 20K/40K/5K ante

Hans Winzeler was able to get a much needed double, but so did Bruce Snell putting him back as the shortest. Action folded to chip leader John Dolan in the small blind and he put out enough chips to cover Winzeler’s entire stack.

He called off for his final 280,000 with Qd5c, two live cards against Dolan’s Kd8c. The 6s4c3c flop gave Winzeler an open-ended straight draw, Dolan hit the 8h turn, and dodged the straight outs on the Ks river to send Winzeler out in 4th place for $70,000.

The last three players are all guaranteed a six-digit payout.

Hans Winzeler - 4th Place ($70,000)
Hans Winzeler – 4th Place ($70,000)

Championship: Snell Doubles

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 20K/40K/5K ante

Bruce Snell opened for a minimum raise under the gun and was called by Skip McDonough out of the big blind. The flop came 9h8d4c and both players checked.

McDonough led out for 85,000 on the 5h turn and was quickly called by Snell. On the 7h river McDonough moved all in for an effective 250,000 and was snap-called by Snell who turned over 6h3h for the rivered flush. McDonough turned over 8s4s for a flopped two pair that was no good.

Championship: Winzeler Doubles

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 15K/30K/5K ante

Former chip lead Hans Winzeler has not had it easy today but found his way back into the game after open shoving for 335,000 with KsQc and getting a caller in Bruce Snell with Kh8h.

The dealer spread a completely drama free board of Ad9s3d2c2h to move Winzeler near 700,000 and leaving Snell as the short stack.

Championship: Dolan Takes Down Three Way Pot

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 20K/40K/5K ante

Hans Winzeler opened pre-flop and found two callers in Skip McDonough and John Dolan. The flop came JcTcTs and Dolan checked out of the big blind. Winzeler made it 105,000 to go and McDonough raised it up to 250,000. Dolan quickly called and Winzeler thought for a moment before also calling.

The turn was the 6d and all three checked. The river was the 7h and again all three checked. McDonough turned over KcJs for jacks and tens. Winzeler turned over KhKs for kings and tens. Both trailed Dolan who had flopped trip tens with his Td9d.

Championship: 5th Place – Iraj Fariab ($50,500)

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 15K/30K/5K ante

A potentially massive pot turned into just another huge pot for Skip McDonough. He opened for a min-raise from the button with Iraj Fariab and Bruce Snell coming along in the blinds to the QcTc4h flop.

Fariab immediately reached for chips and bet out 125,000 before Snell asked how much he was playing. When he saw the stack, Snell min-raised to 250,000 to put the action on McDonough. He opted to call the bet and Fariab moved all-in for his final 410,000.

Snell thought about it before folding and McDonough quickly called with 4s4c.

“You got me again!” Fariab exclaimed as he rolled over top-top AdQs. The 8d turn left Fariab drawing dead and out of the tournament in 5th place for $50,500 while McDonough moved over 4 million.

Iraj Fariab - 5th Place ($50,500)
Iraj Fariab – 5th Place ($50,500)

Championship: McDonough Takes A Big One off Snell

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 15K/30K/5K ante

Skip McDonough opened from late position to 65,000 and was called out of the big blind by Bruce Snell. The flop came Qs6s3c and both players checked. The turn was the 7s and Snell checked to McDonough who put out a large bet of 150,000. Snell called.

The river was the 9c and Snell sprang into action, leading out for 300,000. McDonough thought for a moment before putting in a raise to 650,000. After getting a count Snell made the call and could only shake his head and mutter “good hand” after McDonough turned over the nuts with his AsJs.

The two were about even in chips after the hand with approximately 2.3 million apiece.

Championship: 6th Place – Cliff Gladstone ($40,500)

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 15K/30K/5K ante

Cliff Gladstone was the shortest during the dinner break and talked the other five players into looking at some ICM numbers. Before staff could get back to them, Gladstone shoved for his last 379,000 on the second hand after the break.

John Dolan had opened under the gun for a min-raise and called when action folded to him. Dolan was ahead with AsJs against Ad9s and stayed that way on the AhTc8s flop. Gladstone picked up a straight draw on the 7s turn but missed his draw when the dealer dropped river Th to go out in 6th place for $40,500.

Cliff Gladstone - 6th Place ($40,500)
Cliff Gladstone – 6th Place ($40,500)

Championship: Dinner Break and Chip Counts

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event

The remaining six players have 48 minutes left on their dinner break. Here are the updated chip counts. They will return to blinds of 15,000/30,000 with a 5,000 ante.

SeatNameChip Counts
1Skip McDonough1,420,000
2Iraj Fariab685,000
3Bruce Snell3,190,000
4John Dolan1,545,000
5Cliff Gladstone405,000
6Hans Winzeler1,165,000

Championship: 7th Place – Stewart Newman ($31,000)

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 12K/24K/4K ante

Steward Newman was a tough opponent to knock out. He down to 4 big blinds early in the day when he ran pocket Tens into the pocket Aces of Derek Alley but kept battling.

Newman was down to 129,000 and moved all-in after Iraj Fariab limped under the gun. John Dolan counted out the chips and called the raise and Fariab let his hand go. Newman needed help with Kc9c against AdJd but the 8d3d3c flop took away some of his outs.

The 9d turn locked the hand up for Dolan and Newman was sent out in 7th place for $31,000.

Stewart Newman - 7th Place ($31,000)
Stewart Newman – 7th Place ($31,000)

Championship: 8th Place – Ryan Van Sanford ($22,000)

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 12K/24K/4K ante

Ryan Van Sanford was the young gun at the table but wasn’t getting much traction at the final table. He was all-in with a coin flip against leader Bruce Snell with AsKd against ThTc.

Van Sanford missed the 9s3h3c flop and Snell locked it up when the turn came Ts. He was drawing dead to the 5d river and was sent out of the tournament in 8th place for $22,000.

Ryan Van Sanford - 8th Place ($22,000)
Ryan Van Sanford – 8th Place ($22,000)

Championship Event: 9th Place – David Hass ($16,000)

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 12K/24K/4K ante

A short-stacked David Hass moved all in for 390,000 from the button and Iraj Fariab looked at his cards in the big blind and made the call, turning over QcQd.

Hass flipped his cards over with a look of resignation on his face saying “see you guys” as he showed Td5d. The dealer put out a flop of 8d7h2s and Hass asked the dealer for a sweat. The turn was the 5h to give Hass a small sweat but the river was the 9h to knock Hass out in ninth place for $16,000.

“Good game guys,” Hass said as he stood up.

David Hass- 9th Place ($16,000)
David Hass- 9th Place ($16,000)

Championship: McDonough Hits Big Double

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 12K/24K/4K ante

Skip McDonough promised the blogging team we’d be writing about a triple-up right after the last break and he was close to telling the future. It was four-way action to the Ah7c5h flop and it checked around to Hans Winzeler on the button.

He bet out 100,000 and McDonough moved all-in for 596,000 total. Iraj Fariab quickly called and Winzeler considered doing the same. He let his hand go and they saw McDonough with a set holding 5c5s against Fariab’s top two Ad7h.

McDonough dodged the 2s turn and 8s to move over 1.5 million.

Championship: Fariab Straightens Out Winzeler

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 10K/20K/3K ante

Iraj Fariab might be the senior statesman at the table but he’s been showing them some moves throughout the day. The latest had him call a small 35,000 bet by Hans Winzeler after the Qc9h8s flop and then raise to 150,000 after Winzeler made a 6s turn bet of 75,000.

Winzeler called the min-raise and checked the 3c river to get an instant shove from Fariab. That prompted Winzeler to face palm and start the thinking process. It was a 279,000 shove and Winzeler finally called with two-pair Qs8c to see Fariab flopped well with JsTs.

The hand doubled Fariab up but Winzeler is still comfortable with approximately 1.4 million.

Championship Event: 10th Place – Uri Tenenboim ($12,000)

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 10K/20K/3K ante

Uri Tenenboim opened to 50,000 and Hans Winzelar raised to 115,000. It was folded back to Tenenboim who moved the rest of his stack all in. He was snap-called by Winzelar who had woken up with AsAh. Tenenboim turned over his hand, 6s6d, and asked the dealer for a six.

She put out an ace though on the AdQh7h flop and Tenenboim was drawing dead after the 5h turn. The meaningless river was the 8c and Tenenboim was eliminated in tenth place for $12,000.

Uri Tenenboim - 10th place ($12,000)
Uri Tenenboim – 10th place ($12,000)

Championship: Fariab Dodges Belly Buster

$2,500 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event
Blinds: 10K/20K/3K ante

Iraj Fariab limped in middle position then called a raise to 55,000 from Stewart Newman to the 9c8s6s flop. Fariab bet out 100,000 before Newman put him all-in for his final 380,000.

Fariab called and was at risk with top pair Qs9h against Newman’s double belly buster draw QcTc. The As changed nothing and Fariab hit the overkill trip Nines on the 9s for a big double.