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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.

The brand focuses on positivity and emits that through a roster of individuals who bring the best out of the game of poker. A full list of team pros can be found here.

In March of 2014, RunGood expanded it's brand to the tournament circuit scene. The inaugural stop occured at Downstream Resort & Casino followed up with a secondary stop at Hard Rock Casino Tulsa. Updated schedules and future stops can be found at www.RunGoodPokerSeries.com.

To stay up to date for announcements about new gear, giveaways, and future RunGood stops follow us on Twitter: @RunGoodGear and "Like" us on our Facebook page.



Hard Rock Tulsa 2017 SPRING BRAWL Round One

December 29, 2016

Are you ready to rumble? The RunGood team will be bringing a fistful of action filled days that'll include prizes, poker, and fun. Join us this spring season! Knock Out Watches will be providing watch prizes during the series, to learn more about them please visit www.knockoutKO.com! Use promo code RunGoodPokerFeb2017 for $89 dollar rooms at Hard Rock Tulsa! The Main Event will be live reported on the www.RunGoodGear.com website. Tuesday, February 7th, 2017 - 7PM RG PRO KNOCKOUT - Buy-in $135 - Starting Stack 6,000 Special guests will be holding bounty envelopes that contain prizes varying between $1,000 Cash and RunGood Apparel Store Credit! Wednesday, February 8th, 2017 - 12PM RG DeepStack $25,000 GTD FLT A - Buy-in $180 - Starting...

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The 2017 RunGood Poker Series Spring Theme Announced

December 15, 2016

  “The 2017 RunGood Poker Series Spring Theme Announced” Poker clothing company announces their 2017 Poker Tournaments with a new theme and sponsor. Tulsa, OK: The RunGood Poker Series heads into 2017 with a new theme to highlight its newest prize sponsor. The tour will be teaming up with Knock Out Watches, based out of Miami, to bring poker players a six day series to fight over Knock Out watch prizes, custom boxing gloves, the RGPS Spring Brawl belt, and prize money. The tour is set to travel to Hard Rock Tulsa, Horseshoe Council Bluffs, and Harrah’s Kansas City. Each stop will have some differing tournaments on its schedule. Please visit www.RunGoodPokerSeries.com for more details. Discount codes for hotel rooms...

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Chance Kornuth opens poker coaching site, Chip Leader Coaching

November 11, 2016

To say RunGood poker pro Chance Kornuth has enjoyed success the past three years is like saying the U.S. presidential election has been divisive. In 2014, he won the Bellagio Cup for over half a million dollars and finished the year with $843,176 in prize money. In 2015, he took third in the PCA $10k Main Event and won a WPT $2k event in Choctaw, Oklahoma, ending the year with $711,498 in tournament winnings. This year, Chance has made 15 final tables and won four major titles for a combined $2,332,180 in prize money, and we still have a couple months left on the calendar. Chance Kornuth (foreground, left) with Cliff Josephy (foreground, right) at the World Series of Poker Main...

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Congratulations to RGPS NKC Main Event Winner Rob Palacios ($29,833)

September 21, 2016

The RunGood Poker Series End of Summer Tour came to an end last week with our final stop of 2016 at Harrah's North Kansas City. Throughout the week, we gave away add-on prizes and hundreds of thousands of dollars--$208,261 total for the week--with infamous Kansas City BBQ just a stone's throw away. The Main Event came to an end on Sunday with heads-up players Rob Palacios and William McKracken agreeing to a chop of the remaining prize pool, with a $1,000 reserve as they played out the remainder of the tournament for the title of champion, the Yeti Cooler/Colsters prize, and the RGPS Main Event Trophy. Rob Palacios came out on top in the final hand which saw McCracken shove all-in holding preflop, Palacios called...

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