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Who Won At The Lodge from January 22-28?

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The $400K Mini Monster featured multiple flights over a 12-day span. The special event finished with tournament winner Bill Cox taking home a six-figure payday.

Let’s take a look at the Mini Monster and all of the other big tournaments that happened at the best poker club in Texas Jan. 22-28:

$400K Guaranteed Mini Monster (January 11-22)

The latest rendition of the $400K Mini Monster drew 1,326 players, with those players submitting 5,256 total entries. That turnout put the final prize pool at $840,960, more than double the guarantee.

Bill Cox topped the field, taking down the $112,935 payday.

Andy Wong (2nd – $63,919) and Michael Murray (3rd – $47,039) rounded out the top three.

$400K Guaranteed Mini Monster (January 11-22)

Sunday $15K Single Re-Entry Deep Stack (January 28)

Sunday’s weekly $15K Guaranteed Deep Stack drew 94 players and a $19,176 prize pool. The tournament finished with a four-way ICM chop.

The top four included Russell Atkins (1st – $4,343), Matt Dang (2nd – $3,498), Edward Soto (3rd – $2,906) and Eric Ramirez (4th – $2,729). 

Sunday $15K Single Re-Entry Deep Stack (January 28)

Monday $2K Guaranteed Bounty (January 22)

The Monday Bounty event drew 54 players, and ended with a four-way ICM chop.

The final four included Christopher Duff (1st – $628), Eric Brown (2nd – $591), Kevin Greenly (3rd – $586) and Nada Mungovan Stearns (4th – $488).

Monday $2K Guaranteed Bounty (January 22)

Wednesday $1K Guaranteed Freezeout (January 24)

The Wednesday $1K Guaranteed Freezeout drew 47 players and played to an outright winner.

John Peterson (1st – $620) topped the field for the win, while Benjamin Trout (2nd – $682) took the runner-up spot. 

Wednesday $1K Guaranteed Freezeout (January 24)

Wednesday $5K Guaranteed PLO Texas Freeroll (January 24)

The Wednesday Texas PLO Freeroll ended in a five-way ICM chop.

Nick Sheldon (1st – $2,800) came away with the first-place prize. Julia Borrego (2nd – $1,775) and Noah Burchill (3rd – $1,750) rounded out the top three.

Rounding out the final nine were Ravi Kumar Nagabhyru, Brandon Pausa, and Bradford Gibson.

Wednesday $5K Guaranteed PLO Texas Freeroll (January 24)

Thursday $7.5K Guaranteed “The Dirty Thirty Freeroll” (January 25)

The Thursday Dirty Thirty Texas Freeroll played to a heads-up chop.

Jiawen Yin (1st – $3,020), and Michael Nurilov (2nd – $2,461) took down the top two spots. 

Thursday $7.5K Guaranteed “The Dirty Thirty Freeroll” (January 25)

Friday $2K Guaranteed Bounty (January 26)

Friday’s weekly $2K Guaranteed Bounty event saw 67 entries compete for $3,417 in prize money. The tournament played to a three-way ICM deal.

The top finishers included Sathyamurthy Durairajan (1st – $972), Vishwanath Pinnoju (2nd – $848), and Daren Snowden (3rd – $602).

Friday $2K Guaranteed Bounty (January 26)

 

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