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Who Won At The 2024 Lodge Championship Series?

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The Lodge’s biggest tournament series of the year returned to the best poker room in Texas from April 24 through May 14.

The $2 Million Guaranteed Main Event crowned a $428,000 winner, with Mike Liang taking home that first-place prize and the tournament trophy.

Here’s a look at all of the big winners from the 2024 LCS:

LCS $2 Million Guaranteed Main Event

Mike Liang took down Event #11 LCS Main Event, securing the first-place payday of $428,000.

Other top finishers included Nick Pupilo (2nd – $277,200), Eitan Sternlicht (3rd – $197,000), and Justin Carey (4th – $145,000)

LCS $2 Million Guaranteed Main Event

LCS Series Event #1: $500K Guaranteed No-Limit Hold’em

The 2024 Lodge Championship Series kicked off with the $500K No-Limit Hold’em event.

Tyler Barker topped the field, taking down the tournament for an $87,504 payday.

LCS Series Event #1: $500K Guaranteed No-Limit Hold’em

LCS Series Event #2: $20K Guaranteed PLO

Sunday saw the first completed event of the 2024 Lodge Championship Series, as Event #2: $20K Guaranteed Pot-Limit Omaha event crowned a winner.

Francisco Rios Vallejo took down the tournament, earning $13,187 for the win.

Other top finishers included Daniel Ruz (2nd – $8,420), Eric Cuellar (3rd – $5,533), and Louis Luciano (4th – $3,705).

The $300 buy-in event drew 194 entries for a $48,112 prize pool.

LCS Series Event #1: $500K Guaranteed No-Limit Hold’em

LCS Series Event #3: $15K Seniors

The LCS Seniors Event drew 132 players, and played to a six-way ICM deal.

Jose Mendez took the first-place prize of $6,333.

Places 2-6 all took home $4,000 per the terms of the deal. That list included Neal Pollack, Ronald Holland, Nada Stearns, Frank Sill, and Gregory Weston.

LCS Series Event #3: $15K Seniors

LCS Series Event #4: $15K Guaranteed Double Board PLO Bomb Pot

The Double Board PLO Bomb Pot event drew 119 players, and played to a heads-up ICM deal.

Justin Greilich (1st – $7,537) and C. Collado (2nd – $7,500) chopped up the first two payout ladder prizes per the terms of the deal.

Other top finishers included Steven Winsell (3rd – $4,053) and T. Nguyen (4th – $2,939).

LCS Series Event #4: $15K Guaranteed Double Board PLO Bomb Pot

LCS Series Event #5: $20K Guaranteed Black Chip Bounty

Event #5 played to an outright winner, as Ruth Rivera topped the field for a $7,181 winner’s payday.

Other top finishers included Mehdi Malakoti (2nd – $4,502), Jaramillo Cabrera (3rd – $3,001) and S. Castillo (4th – $2,126).

LCS Series Event #5: $20K Guaranteed Black Chip Bounty

LCS Series Event #6: $15K Guaranteed Big-O

The $15K Big-O event played to an even chop.

Cristobal Luna took down the tournament trophy and a $7,500 payday per the terms of the deal, while David Solomon earned $7,511 as the “runner-up” finisher.

Other top finishers included Tobias Grace (3rd – $4,206) and Jason Gilden (4th – $2,936).

LCS Series Event #6: $15K Guaranteed Big-O

LCS Series Event #7: $500K Guaranteed No-Limit Hold’em

Event #7 drew 1,057 runners and played to an outright winner.

Aaron McEvoy topped the field, securing the $104,932 first-place payday.

Other top finishers included Christopher Haydt (2nd – $69,611), Diane Zimmerman (3rd – $49,265), Trent Goertz (4th – $35,717), and Centurion Collado (5th – $26,061).

LCS Series Event #7: $500K Guaranteed No-Limit Hold’em

LCS Series Event #8: $50K Guaranteed Six-Max

The $50K Six-max event drew 74 players and played to a heads-up ICM deal.

Justin Grelich (1st – $20,584) took home the first-place prize money, while Kaylen Le (2nd – $15,500) finished second.

Other top finishers included Peter Martin (3rd – $9,038) and Dmytro Soloviov (4th – $6,353).

LCS Series Event #8: $50K Guaranteed Six-Max

LCS Series Event #9: $50K Guaranteed PLO

The $50K PLO event drew 113 entries for a $100,570 prize pool. The tournament played to a heads-up ICM chop.

Barret Threadgill took home the tournament trophy and a $27,812 payday.

Other top finishers included Moises Rivas (2nd – $21,064), Z. Tsydypov (3rd – $13,175) and K. Buecherl (4th – $9,554).

LCS Series Event #9: $50K Guaranteed PLO

LCS Series Event #10: $25K No-Limit Hold’em

Event #10 played to a heads-up ICM deal.

David Thomas took down the tournament trophy and a $10,611 payday per the terms of the deal, while Benjamin Anderson (2nd – $9,500) finished second.

Other top finishers included Terry Morales (3rd – $5,421) and S. Champlin (4th – $3,931).

LCS Series Event #10: $25K No-Limit Hold’em

LCS Series Event #12: $50K 50 For 50 No-Limit Hold’em

The 50 for 50 event drew 184 entries, with the prize pool reaching $78,200.

Lang Anderson (1st – $19,121) finished atop the field, while Tad Macaraeg (2nd – $16,000) took down the second-place spot.

Other top finishers included Zachary Pawl (3rd – $8,993) and David Solomon (4th – $6,021).

LCS Series Event #12: $50K 50 For 50 No-Limit Hold’em

LCS Series Event #13: $20K Guaranteed Dealer’s Choice Mix

The $20K Guaranteed Dealer’s Choice event played to a three-way ICM chop.

Nathan Gamble took home the tournament trophy and the $9,803 first-place payday.

Other top finishers included Mosies Rivas (2nd – $7,845) and Brian Bowles (3rd – $7,043).

LCS Series Event #13: $20K Guaranteed Dealer’s Choice Mix

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