Soukha Kachittavong Takes Another Trophy In $2,100 Bounty Event ($70,194)

Soukha Kachittavong

the two days Bounty event worth $2,100 In atlantic city as part of The Return – The Borgata Tournament It wrapped up after just under ten hours of gameplay after a five-hand ICM chop that saw New York City Soukha Kachittavong Winning the first prize of $70,194 and the Borgata Cup.

Among the other players entered into the final table deal Mitchell Jarsowski ($64,042), which was second in chips when the deal struck, too Ross Feldman ($58,042), Jake Rybnick ($54,743) and Daniel Williams ($46,495).

Final table results for the $2,100 bonus event

Place player Prize (in US dollars)
1 Soukha Kachittavong $70,194*
2 Mitchell Jarsowski $64,042*
3 Ross Feldman $58,042*
4 Jake Rybnick $54,743*
5 Daniel Williams $46,495*
6 Scott Pullman $22,310
7 Nir Cohen $17,703
8 Joshua Smith $13,823
9 Jesse Mercado $9,700

* denotes a five-way deal

Another cup for the shelf

With over $1.6 million in Hendon Mob– His live earnings reported prior to the event Kachittavong was one of the more experienced players at the final table as he returned to Atlantic City.

He said, “It feels good.” Poker News After the victory. “I haven’t played here much and probably will play here more now. My home stadium is Foxwoods, I play there a lot, but they don’t have a series going on, just the dailies.”

He added, “I don’t travel like those guys. I have two kids. But I play a lot of tournaments.”

Soukha Kachittavong

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Obviously, traveling to the series back was a good move. Kachittavong started the journey with a deep run Mystery Bounty prize of $2,200 He now gets $70,194 in addition to more than a dozen $1,000 bonuses he earned along the way.

“I wanted to play again. I was doing really well besides that Foxwoods … I’ve got like five trophies out of here (at the Borgata), five or six… I have six of those trophies at home.”

Day 2 work

The second day’s move started with 54 players after the money bubble burst at the end of the first day. It only took a few hands The World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event a hero Ryan Reese To land a minimum cashout of $1,940. The 2013 champ managed to get it right with an ace-king against an ace-queen Robert McLaughlinbut a queen on the flop and another on the turn send Reese packing.

Ryan Reese

While Rhys failed to advance further in the bonus event another world champion, Joe McCainamong the pioneers of chips in $5,300 return With two tables remaining.

Simon Levy, who started the day with only three big starts, managed to build a stack before being knocked out of the final table bubble during hand play because his Big Slick couldn’t win against the eight. Nir Cohen. Cohen started the second day in chips and fell to seventh when a fishhook from Jarsewski dominated the ace-7.

Mitchell Jarsowski

Next up was Scott Pullman, who came off agonizingly when his queen edged the eights off Garshofsky’s pocket before an eight appeared on the river to bring him home in sixth.

After Bohlman was out, the five remaining players decided to look at the ICM numbers and liked what they saw. Fortunately for Kachittavong, he recently stole the chip lead from Garshofsky after winning a big pot with the best putter.

“I played cautious because he was leading in chips at the time and I was second in chips. And it worked out just like that,” said Kachitavong.

Soukha Kachittavong

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