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Geoff Fisk

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Who Won At The Lodge from January 29-February 4?

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As January rolled into February, the special Wacky Weekend of Poker series took over the tournament schedule at the Lodge.

The week of Jan. 29 through Feb. 4 still featured some of the Lodge’s normal weekly tournaments, and the full schedule resumed February 5.

Here’s the rundown of some of the big winners from the Lodge’s standard tournament schedule:

Monday $2K Guaranteed Bounty (January 29)

The Monday Bounty event drew 46 players, and ended with a heads-up ICM chop.

The top two included Eric Brown (1st – $800), and Steve Hwang (2nd – $591).

Monday $2K Guaranteed Bounty (January 29)

Tuesday $1K Guaranteed NLH (January 30)

The Tuesday $1K Guaranteed NLH event drew 46 runners, and played to an outright winner.

Paul Lewis (1st – $1,133) topped the field and took home the first-place prize. Jeffrey Ray (2nd – $667) finished second.

Wednesday $5K Guaranteed PLO Texas Freeroll (January 31)

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

Maurice Proctor (1st – $1,900) came away with the first-place prize. Adam Garcia (2nd – $1,751), Shedrick Francis (3rd – $1,751) and Joseph Taijeron (4th – $1,621) rounded out the top four.

Wednesday $5K Guaranteed PLO Texas Freeroll (January 31)

Thursday $7.5K Guaranteed “The Dirty Thirty Freeroll” (February 1)

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

Steve Hwang (1st – $2,071), and Daniel Marin (2nd – $1,949) took down the top two spots. 

Thursday $7.5K Guaranteed “The Dirty Thirty Freeroll” (February 1)

Austin Ladies Event (February 3)

The monthly Austin Ladies Event returned to the Lodge on February 3.

Cynthia Keehan took down the tournament for a $1,045 payday. Kristen Posey (2nd – $615) and Janice O’Brien (3rd – $381) finished second and third, respectively.

Austin Ladies Event (February 3)

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