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Run-Good (adj.) - "The ability to always achieve the better outcome."

The RunGood brand was originally founded during the 2012 World Series of Poker and brought to national recognition with appearances on ESPN by RunGood Pros Huy Nguyen during the 2012 WSOP National Championship FT and Robert Salaburu during the 2012 WSOP Main Event FT. RunGood has been a staple every year on the WSOP Main Event Rail since 2013 with custom designed team shirts for the November Nine.

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RG Council Bluffs Main Event (Day 1A): Tyler Tabman Leads, 19 Players Advance

February 24, 2017

Level 12 (800/1,600/200)Total RG Main Event Entries: 77Players Remaining: 19 Phil Mader caught some late heat and bagged one of the top-five stacks from Day 1A.  The first of two flights in the RunGood Council Bluffs Main Event is officially wrapped and 19 players from the 77 who entered have punched their ticket to Sunday's Day 2. Leading the way from the flight is Tyler Tabman, who continued to chip up toward the end of the night and will bring 143,600 into Day 2.  Among the players who came on late and bagged over 100,000 include Phil Mader, Ryan Phan, and Greg Jennings, who was able to spin up a Level 11 bullet. Tony Pleskac was not able to hold...

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RG Council Bluffs Main Event (Day 1A): Last Level Of The Night, Bags Beckon

February 24, 2017

Level 12 (800/1,600/200)Total RG Main Event Entries: 77 Over eight hours of poker has lead to the climax of today's Day 1A in the form of the final level of the night. Only 30 minutes separate the approximately 25 players left from a place in Day 2. With another full flight left to be played tomorrow, it will be interesting to see how many make it through to the finish line as a day off is likely the preferable option to playing 12 levels on Saturday.  As play wraps for the night, the RunGood Blog will return with a look at the chip leaders from the flight along with a recap from the day. 

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RG COuncil Bluffs Main Event (Day 1A): Tabman And Pleskac Running Laps Around The Field

February 24, 2017

Level 10 (500/1,000/100)Total RG Main Event Entries: 76 Tyler Tabman is keeping up with Tony Pleskac as the two players are heads and shoulders above the rest of the Day 1A field.  The race for the chip lead became a two-player affair midway through Level 8 and will likely remain that way for the rest of the night. Tony Pleskac and Tyler Tabman are the only players over 100,000 and there currently isn't another player playing at least 75,000.  Both Pleskac and Tabman jumped leaps and bounds up the leaderboard in the last few levels and whether or not they are directly competing against one another, there is a level of pride that comes with bagging the chip lead.  It...

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RG Council Bluffs Main Event (Day 1A): Final Break Of The Night Hits

February 24, 2017

Level 9 (400/800/100)Total RG Main Event Entries: 76 We are officially in the homestretch for Day 1A of the RunGood Council Bluffs Main Event with only three levels left in the night. Players are on their final break of this opening sessions and find themselves only two hours of poker away from a place in Day 2.  As play winds down for the night, the RunGood Blog will keep track of this Day 1A field as the race for the chip lead becomes even more contentious. There is still plenty of poker left to played as the remaining field gets set to do battle once more. 

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