The revamped All-Stars Comeback Tour Powered by PokerGO season made its way to Seminole Casino Coconut Creek in Florida last week five events and two RGPS: All-Stars ProAM seats up for grabs.
The series opened with the $250 Super Stack that was won by David Albertson, while the $130 Opening Night Ring Event saw Lucas Tae emerge victorious. The $130 DeepStack saw Alan Katsnelson top the 232-entrant field, while RunGood President Tana Karnchanakphan won the $150 Double Green Chip Bounty.
The 519-entrant field in the $600 RunGood Main Event created a prize pool of $275,070 that saw Raminder Singh and Timothy Miles make a heads-up deal for $45,456 each with Singh crowned the winner and awarded the RGPS: All-Stars ProAM seat. The final RGPS: All-Stars ProAM seat went to the overall casino champion who was Albertson on the back of his Super Stack win and fourth-place finish in the Main Event. Both Singh and Albertson will join 24 others in the RGPS: All-Stars ProAM to be held in the PokerGO Studio from December 11-12, 2021.
|RunGood Poker Series Seminole Coconut Creek Results|
|Event||Entries||Prize Pool||Winner||1st Prize|
|$250 Super Stack No-Limit Hold’em||376||$77,080||David Albertson||$13,585|
|$130 Opening Night Ring Event||211||$20,678||Lucas Tae||$5,028|
|$130 DeepStack Ring Event||232||$22,736||Alan Katsnelson||$5,359|
|$600 RunGood Main Event||519||$275,070||Raminder Singh||$45,456|
|$150 Double Green Chip Bounty Ring Event||159||$10,335||Tana Karnchanakphan||$2,357|
The next event on the RunGood Poker Series schedule is at Jamul Casino in San Diego, from September 7-12, 2021, where there will be six events on the schedule and two RGPS: All-Stars ProAM seats available to win.