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Geoff Fisk

Geoff Fisk

Who Won At The Lodge from August 7-August 13?

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Poker tournament action at the Lodge centered around the $1 Million Guaranteed Mega Monster this week, but the best card club in Texas still ran plenty of its regularly-scheduled weekly events.

Let’s see who some of the big winners were for the week of August 7-13:

Tuesday $15K Guaranteed Freeroll (August 8)

The weekly $15K Tuesday Texas Freeroll always plays as one of the biggest tournaments on the Lodge’s weekly schedule. This week was no exception, as 131 players competed.

The final four of those players agreed to an ICM deal. That list included Wayne Xia (1st – $4,038), Terrance Sanders (2nd – $2,836), Peter Phillips (3rd – $2,696) and Joshia Hogan (4th – $2,443).

Tuesday $15K Guaranteed Freeroll (August 8)

Monday $3.5K Guaranteed Big-O (August 7)

The Monday Big-O event drew 63 runners, and ended with a four-way ICM chop.

The big winners included Glaydon Osborn (1st – $1,377), Robert Palmer (2nd – $997), William Schwartz (3rd – $863) and Stephen Kennell (4th – $700).

Monday $3.5K Guaranteed Big-O (August 7)

Monday $2K Guaranteed Bounty (August 7)

Monday’s $2K Guaranteed Bounty ended with a heads-up deal between the final two players.

Eric Brown (1st – $650) and Otis Lawrence (2nd – $494) topped the winner’s list.

Monday $2K Guaranteed Bounty (August 7)

Wednesday $5K Guaranteed PLO Freeroll (August 9)

The always-popular Wednesday PLO Texas Freeroll saw 55 players compete, and the final three agree to an ICM deal.

That trio of winners included Dominic Costanzo (1st – $1,404), Mahesh Rathi (2nd – $1,344) and Joseph Williams (3rd – $1,169).

Monday $2K Guaranteed Bounty (August 7)

Thursday $1K Guaranteed NLH (August 10)

The Thursday $1K No-Limit Hold’em event saw the four in-the-money players agree to a deal.

That list included Ryan Black (1st – $459), Bob Carl (2nd – $450), Michael Mayer (3rd – $370) and James Bassett (4th – $345).

Thursday $1K Guaranteed NLH (August 10)

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