Nightly Series – July 28, 2020

BLUFFSTORINI (Jim Reid) battled BigButt0n (Ben Burke) heads up prior to defeating a field of 60 players to earn his fourth Nightly Series title.

Lickorish Guy (David Stebbins), nehianh (Scott Delong), milojunk (Myles Hudson), JBach71 (John Bachhuber), Hurricane1k (James Portugal), McVean (Chad McVean), and dealer412 (Andrew Feist) rounded out the final table.

Results

PokerStars Tournament #2970126641, No Limit Hold’em
Buy-In: 17000/3000
60 players
Total Prize Pool: 1020000
Tournament started 2020/07/28 21:00:00 ET
Tournament finished 2020/07/29 0:13:49 ET
1: BLUFFSTORINI (Canada), 306,000 (30%)
2: BigButt0n (United States), 204,000 (20%)
3: Lickorish Guy (United States), 153,000 (15%)
4: nehianh (United States), 102,000 (10%)
5: milojunk (United States), 76,500 (7.5%)
6: JBach71 (United States), 56,100 (5.5%)
7: Hurricane1k (United States), 45,900 (4.5%)
8: McVean (Canada), 40,800 (4%)
9: dealer412 (United States), 35,700 (3.5%)
10: shakkah zulu (United States),
11: Illychippies (United States),
12: reddevilmn (United States),
13: HotRodBunny (United States),
14: Gloves1010 (United States),
15: JasperJr (United States),
16: graphex16 (United States),
17: orangeroad81 (United States),
18: Frogman-Rick (United States),
19: MarblesJam (United States),
20: rekopgib (United States),
21: HattrickUSA2020 (United States),
22: PokerGeekMN (United States),
23: John_Lancer (United States),
24: RickTheGoodDog (United States),
25: djvoyeur (United States),
26: Wolfman109 (United States),
27: XxANGRYFISHxX (United States),
28: Witchystuff (Canada),
29: MonkieSystem (United States),
30: leftie19 (United States),
31: Shoresy00 (United States),
32: JBTwinCities (United States),
33: anciano1941 (United States),
34: fergie56 (Canada),
35: JetSetJoe84 (United States),
36: rabman50 (United States),
37: mbabker (United States),
38: RDiesel11 (United States),
39: nowthenkb (United States),
40: Will Hogan (United States),
41: SpotConlon (United States),
42: kellis196220 (United States),
43: Obner (United States),
44: Kekgeek (United States),
45: zgrt1110 (United States),
46: JJ FISHH00KS (Australia),
47: KiToMan335 (United States),
48: Ranx99 (United States),
49: evilroyca (Canada),
50: flyingbricks (United States),
51: wojami (United States),
52: pcs2005 (United States),
53: RecPokerSteve (United States),
54: hawesy8 (United States),
55: JonLutsey (United States),
56: roadstar33 (United States),
57: combinkley (United States),
58: bloop7 (United States),
59: Shamu*27140 (United States),
60: ih82lose (United States),

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  1. This was a tough one! Lots of great players at the end, Kings were my friend all night, and I STILL had to get lucky a few times to punch my ticket to the July ToC – you’re going to have to find someone else to do the recording this month, @SteveFredlund ! Great structure in these @PokerGeekMN when we were 4-handed there was still plenty of chips in play and I feel like I was able to use the deeper stacks to my advantage. Was less of a short-stack-shoving-lottery than many other final tables so that really stands out for this series. Great work, John.