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Who Won At The Lodge from April 8-14?

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Tournament action remained juicy at the Lodge Card Club for the week of April 8-14.

The seasonal Art of Poker event returned to the tournament floor, with the top two finishers both taking home five-figure paydays.

Let’s look at the biggest winners from the week that was in Round Rock, TX:

$40K Guaranteed “The Art of Poker” (April 13)

The $40K Guaranteed “Art of Poker” event awarded the biggest prize pool of the week at the Lodge. A total of 407 entries competed for $83,028 in prize money.

Ryan Gerstenberg topped the field, taking home $18,274 for the win.

Other top finishers included Stuart Dunlop (2nd – $11,707), Collin McGee (3rd – $8,220), Adam Garcia (4th – $6,020) and Howard Hammerbeck (5th – $4,525).

$40K Guaranteed “The Art of Poker” (April 13)

Sunday $15K Single Re-Entry Deep Stack (April 14)

Sunday’s weekly $15K Guaranteed Deep Stack saw 122 players compete for a $24,888 prize pool.

The tournament ended in a seven-way ICM chop. The biggest of those winners were Thien Nguyen (1st – $3,973), Evangeline Seet (2nd – $3,913), Eduardo Salinas (3rd – $3,774) and Henry Porcaro (4th – $3,214).

Sunday $15K Single Re-Entry Deep Stack (April 14)

Monday $3.5K Guaranteed Big-O (April 8)

The Monday Big-O saw 84 players compete for $6,822 in prize money The tournament ended with a four-way ICM deal.

The top four finishers from that deal included John Emmons (1st – $1,524), Frank Levecci (2nd – $1,293), G. Samano Reyes (3rd – $1,223), and A. Baumeister (4th – $1,125).

Monday $3.5K Guaranteed Big-O (April 8)

Wednesday $1K Guaranteed Freezeout (April 10)

The Wednesday $1K Guaranteed Freezeout drew 49 players, and played to an outright winner.

Mark Tibbs (1st – $1,583) finished atop the payout ladder, with J. Samano Reyes (2nd – $931) taking the runner-up spot.

Wednesday $1K Guaranteed Freezeout (April 10)

Wednesday $5K Guaranteed PLO Texas Freeroll (April 10)

The Wednesday Texas PLO Freeroll played to a six-way ICM chop.

The top finishers included David Gonzales (1st – $2,264), Justin Davis (2nd – $1,555), William Schwartz (3rd – $1,387) and G. Samana Reyes (4th – $1,375).

Wednesday $5K Guaranteed PLO Texas Freeroll (April 10)

Thursday $1K Guaranteed NLH (April 11)

The Thursday $1K Guaranteed NLH played to a heads-up even chop.

Naveen Narla and T. Nguyen took the top two payout spots, with each player earning $1,254.

Thursday $1K Guaranteed NLH (April 11)

Thursday $7.5K Guaranteed “The Dirty Thirty Freeroll” (April 11)

The Thursday Dirty Thirty Texas Freeroll played to an outright winner

Kyle Stein took down the first-place prize of $3,229.

Zeeshan Alam (2nd – $1,998), Marcus Arts (3rd – $1,392), and Doug Vreeland (4th – $1,019) rounded out the top four.

Thursday $7.5K Guaranteed “The Dirty Thirty Freeroll” (April 11)

Friday $2K Guaranteed Bounty (April 12)

Friday’s weekly $2K Guaranteed Bounty event saw 47 players compete. The tournament played to a heads-up even chop.

Darryl Mann and Brenton Drake each took home $775 per the terms of the deal.

Friday $2K Guaranteed Bounty (April 12)

Friday $4K Guaranteed Freezeout (April 12)

Friday’s $4K Guaranteed Freezeout ended in a five-way ICM deal. 

The top five included William Barnes (1st – $1,444), Roberto Rios (2nd – $1,366), Rafael Port (3rd – $1,295), Kevin Perrydore (4th – $1,212) and P. Patlolla (5th – $1,212).

Friday $4K Guaranteed Freezeout (April 12)

Saturday $3K Guaranteed1x1 (April 13)

The weekly Saturday 1×1 event ended with a six-way ICM deal.

The top finishers included M. Connolly (1st – $1,285), David Hoggins (2nd – $1,025), and Se Pak (3rd – $914).

Saturday $3K Guaranteed1x1 (April 13)

Sunday $100 Buy-In Freezeout (April 14)

The Sunday Freezeout ended with a heads-up even chop.

Jean Marsh and Caty Castleberry each took home $1,155 per the terms of the deal.

Sunday $100 Buy-In Freezeout (April 14)

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