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Level 32 (200,000/400,000/50,000)Total Entrants: 345Players Remaining: 1Chip Average: 6,900,000 It's not how you start, it's how you finish and Byron Abernathy embodied that in the RunGood Tulsa Main Event. Abernathy opened the RG final table near the bottom of the chip counts and hung around long enough to catch a timely double up and move from there into the winner's circle. The Oklahoma firefighter started Day 2 in the middle of the pack and kept himself climbing in chips as the field narrowed down around him. Abernathy wasn't flashy as he accumulated chips but was consistent enough to never be at risk in the latter stages of play. Abernathy waited until the opportune moment to strike and did so against...
Level 32 (200,000/400,000/50,000)Total Entrants: 345Players Remaining: 1Chip Average: 6,900,000 The back-and-forth heads up battle between Seth Evans (pictured) and Byron Abernathy is at an end. Abernathy pulled ahead of Evans and then finished him off to win the RunGood Cup. Evans raised to 800,000 and Abernathy moved all-in to put Evans at risk. Evans called with A♦Q♥ and was flipping against the 3♣3♥ of Abernathy. The J♣6♥3♠ flop locked up the win for Abernathy. Evans takes second and the military veteran earns $32,099. A winner's recap will be posted shortly.
Level 27 (50,000/100,000/10,000)Total Entrants: 345Players Remaining: 2Chip Average: 3,450,000 In the fast-paced heads up battle, Seth Evans (pictured) now has the lead. On a flop of 6♠4♦3♠, Evans check-called for 350,000. Both players checked the 4♥ turn and Byron Abernathy fired 700,000 on the 8♣ river. Evans called with A♦5♣ to beat the 10♦5♠ of Abernathy. Evans is up to 4,500,000 and Abernathy is below 25 big blinds.
Level 26 (30,000/60,000/10,000)Total Entrants: 345Players Remaining: 2Chip Average: 3,450,000 Byron Abernathy stared three-handed play with the chip lead and is further out in front after eliminating Eric Bishop (pictured) in third place. With the board reading K♦7♦5♦6♥, Bishop bet 250,000 out of the small blind. and Abernathy put him for 800,000 total on the button. Bishop called with A♦6♣ and had two pair and a flush draw against the Q♦7♦ flush of Abernathy. The 8♣ river sent Bishop to collect his well-earned money and Abernathy increases his lead for heads up. Heads up chip counts are below. 1. Brent Abernathy - 4,300,0002. Seth Evans - 2,600,000