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Action kicked off April 5th and in the 14 days since 22 champions were anointed. Action begins August 2nd and complete series details will be posted in the coming weeks.
Those looking for tournament play prior to then are encouraged to return to South Florida for the in-room Deep Stack Series beginning May 17th. May Deep Stack Series Schedule. Those 1, entries were whittled down to players returning for Day 2. They made the money late in the day with spots taking home some cash.
That lead helped Cheong make it deep in Day 4 but he went out in 11th place, short of the final table. Margereson moved to the top of the counts late in the day but it was Brian Hasting holding the lead when only six players remained for the WPT televised final table.
Fielder was the first eliminated from the final table when his flush ran into a full house and Stout followed shortly after when his pockets tens lost to the quad queens of Jaka. After a long stretch of three-handed play, Hastings was eliminated by Margereson when he made a flush on the river. Margereson held nearly a three-to-one chip lead to begin heads-up play. The two battled for nearly three hours before Margereson was able to eliminate his tough opponent.
It was very exciting. Scott came into the final table near the bottom of the chip counts. He took his time and waited for his spots to come up while several other players hit the rail. So, that was fantastic. That was the turning point for Scott. He scored a triple up when he shoved the button with ace-jack, got called by Alfredo Fernandez in the small blind and Jo shoved over the top in the big blind.
That moved Scott from the short stack three-handed into the chip lead. He never relinquished his lead after that. After Jo eliminated Fernandez, the two agreed on an almost dead even chop, which left Scott with the trophy as the chip leader. Scott is a local player from Fort Lauderdale. He lives a busy life as a business owner, a husband, a father and a grandfather. He owns a jewelry store in North Miami, which was opened by his grandfather in and has been in business ever since.
The flop came and Margereson flopped two-pair to take the lead. The turn was the which was no help to Jaka. The flop came , Margereson checked and Jaka bet , The turn brought the , and both players checked. The river was the , Margereson bet 3,, and Jaka folded. Margereson scooped the pot. The flop came , Jaka bet , winning himself the pot.
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