We’re down at the 2019 LA Poker Classic – aka the LAPC – at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles, the largest poker room in the world, providing the daily tournament reporting on all 69 events in the LAPC this year.
We’re providing all the Live Updates for the 2019 LAPC from January 15-March 6 at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles.
Check out all the action at LAPCnews.com
Sunday evening’s $350 Turbo drew a 347-entry field, and it was Saji Abdelkarim coming out on top, collecting $7,340 after the final four players – Abdelkarim, Brent Hart, Hayk Matevosain and Shon Nuley – brought the event to its conclusion.
Our entire 69-event 2019 LAPC tournament coverage can be found at LAPCnews.com
Actor James Woods – a regular in mixed games and Hold’em events during the 2019 LAPC – won his second career Remington on Saturday night, collecting the victory in the $570 Triple Triple Draw.
The 6-Max event was a combination of 2-7 Triple Draw, A-5 Triple Draw and Badugi Triple Draw. Woods outlasted Don Halpern to earn $7,560.
Woods gave a great deal of credit for his win to his poker coach Miami John Cernuto, who was on hand for the final table and provided LiveStream commentary with me for the heads-up match.
Michael Rocco never played a NL Deuce Single Draw tournament until the $570 at the 2019 LAPC at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles. A final table later, Rocco has his first NL Deuce tournament win, defeating Don McNamara heads-up to earn the $7,400 first-prize.
Here’s our coverage of the event via LAPCnews.com, that’s our HoldemMediaDan ay the keyboard the entire series.
The win pushed Rosario to more total poker tournament wins in her career than Allen Kessler, in less than a third of the total cashes Kessler has.
Here’s the final results from our HoldemMediaDan, who is on-site providing LAPCnews.com live reporting for the entire series.
No Headphones, No Hoodies, No Sunglasses and No Electronic Devices at the tables – those were the rules for Social Experiment III – a $350 buy-in Saturday in the LAPC at the Commerce.
739 entries in the single-re-entry tournament, it was Haris Karim wrapping up the event with the $30,610 first prize, along with Commerce Casino-provided sunglasses, hoodie and headphones as additional prizes.
Here’s the final results as our own HoldemRadioDan provides all the 2019 LAPC daily live reporting.
Toe – aka 2/7 Triple Draw, Omaha8 and Stud8 – was Event 21 on the LAPC Schedule, a $250 buy-in that drew a 98-entry field.
Wayne Diep obliterated the final table, cruising to victory.
Alan Myerson won his second event in the 2019 LAPC, taking down the $350 HORSE for a $9,660 cash. He defeated Neil Smith heads-up FTW.
Here’s all the final results, and all our live reporting from the day at the LAPC.
Follow all our live reporting from the LAPC at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles at LAPCnews.com
Christopher Haydt – Winner of the $100,000 GTD first prize in the LAPC Kickoff – came back yesterday to earn his second victory of the series.
Haydt is the winner of Event 12 – the $350 PLO – moving him to the top of the LAPC Player of the Series Leaderboard.
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Randy Sim took top honors early Wednesday morning as the $350 PLO8 – Event 14 in the 2019 LAPC series at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles – came to its conclusion.
Here’s all the payouts and our coverage from the LAPC with HoldemRadioDan at the keyboard.
Sammy Teranie outlasted a monster-sized field of 1,719 entries to win the inaugural Great Wall of Chips, a 4350 with a $250,000 Guarantee – at the LAPC. The tournament more than doubled the guarantee, coming in at $515,700.
Teranie turned his $350 entry in to a $71,000 first-place prize, along with a coveted Remington.
Here’s our coverage from the entire Great Wall of Chips – and the full 2019 LAPC, our first time here — with HoldemRadioDan at the keyboard for the full series
New on the Hold’em Live Updates schedule is handling the live tournament reporting this year from the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles for the 2019 LAPC. The tournament is running now through the $10,000 WPT Main Event March 2-6.
Follow along with all the action as we post updates throughout each tournament at LAPCnews.com with HoldemRadioDan at the keyboard.