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RunGoodGear, RunGood Events, and the Atlas Lions (@TaL__eSports) are teaming up. The Lions are an esports organization based out of Scotland and they have put together a roster for the Call of Duty World League event in Fort Worth, TX March 15-17. The Call of Duty World League is the official esports league developed around the Activision game Call of Duty. This season the players are competing in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. “Really looking forward to growing together with The Atlas Lions. Merging poker fans and esports fans has always been a goal for RunGood and myself personally. It was a snap call when the opportunity came,” Run Good CEO Tana Karn said. The Lions are competing in the...
Nick Burris wins the $100,000 Guaranteed Run Good Poker Series Main Event. This was the first stop on the RGPS tour, and the main event capped a great weekend. Burris will take home $44,767 for his finish and the Showbound trophy. Burris secured the victory when he three-bet shoved pocket tens into the ace-jack of hearts of Travis Gant, who finished in second place.Burris topped a field of 399 entries and prize pool that doubled the guarantee. The final table players all earned a seat in the end-of-season Showbound satellite where Run Good players will have a chance to play on Poker After Dark in a $5,000 sit and go."I still want a bracelet, but I really wanted a Run...
Nicholas Stille got all in two times against Travis Gant and lost both hands. The first time he shoved with ace-ten against the pocket jacks of Gant and couldn't catch up. Then he shoved blind from under the gun and got through. After that, he got all in with Gant again. This time he had nine-five of spades against the ace-queen of Gant. Gant held again to send Stille to the rail with $15,009 and a fourth-place finish. Eric Atchison got all in with ace-deuce suited and was against the pocket fours of Nicholas Burris from the big blind. Burris stayed ahead and even caught a four on the river to make a set and eliminate Atchison in third...
Nicholas Stille opened under the gun to 95,000 and Nicholas Burris called from the small blind before Tai Phan shoved all in for 700,000 more from the big blind.Stille thought for a moment before shoving all in himself and Burris quickly folded. Stille table two nines and was racing against the ace-queen of Phan.The board brought no help for Phan and Stille won the pot, eliminating Phan in fifth place.Phan will take home $11,318 for his finish. Follow all the action from the final table on PokerNews.