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Level 25 (25,000/50,000/5,000)Total Entrants: 346Players Remaining: 1Chip Average: 6,920,000 Dan 'Wretchy' Martin came into Day 2 of the RunGood Tulsa Main Event a man on a mission. After falling shy of bagging on Day 1A, Martin put 194,000 in the plastic coming into Day 2 and started off strong early in today's play. Martin doubled near the money bubble and hovered near the top of the leaderboard as play approached the final table. Once the final 10 were reached, Martin was in the middle of the pack and played a patient game waiting for the right time to strike. He found that opportunity when he doubled up through Eric Thompson with pocket aces with five players remaining. Three-handed play around...
Level 25 (25,000/50,000/5,000)Total Entrants: 346Players Remaining: 2Chip Average: 3,460,000 Before a hand of heads up play was dealt, Dan Martin and Jon Bennett made a deal. Martin held a lead of 4,500,000 to the 2,420,000 of Bennett and they looked at ICM numbers and went from there. Martin takes home $37,238 and the RunGood Cup and Bennett earns $34,000. The second-place score is the second-largest of Bennett's career and he walks away with his second final table in as many RunGood Tulsa Main Events. The win is the first for Martin in a RunGood Series Main Event and caps off a strong week of poker to go along with his Deep Stack final table. A winner's recap will be posted...
Level 25 (25,000/50,000/5,000)Total Entrants: 346Players Remaining: 2Chip Average: 3,460,000 The three-handed battled is now down to heads up with Jesse Jones (pictured) out in third place. Jones battled hard but never gained full footing during the latter stages of the final table. Jones was all-in for 860,000 with K♣Q♣ and was in a flip against the 9♣9♠ of Dan Martin. The 9♥7♦2♦ flop locked up the hand for Martin and Jones is out. Heads up play begins between Martin and Jon Bennett with Martin holding a 2-1 chip advantage.
Level 25 (25,000/50,000/5,000)Total Entrants: 346Players Remaining: 3Chip Average: 2,305,000 Dan 'Wretchy' Martin continues to accumulate chips in three-handed play and is now the chip leader after taking another pot from Jon Bennett. Martin opened the button to 100,000 and Bennett three-bet to 350,000 from the small blind. Martin called and the 10♠6♣4♦ flop checked through. Bennett checked the 10♥ turn and Martin bet 200,000. That was enough to take the pot and Martin chips up to 3,360,000. Bennett is back to 2,475,000, which is close to double the 1,180,000 of Jesse Jones.