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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.

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RG Council Bluffs Main Event (Day 2): First Place - Mark Fink ($25,754)

February 27, 2017

Level 29 (40,000/80,000/10,000)Total RG Main Event Entries: 278Players Remaining: 1Average Stack: 5,560,000 RunGood Spring Brawl Champion - Mark Fink Champions come in all weight classes and Mark Fink proved himself to be a heavyweight today. Fink gradually worked his way through the RunGood Main Event field and was never in serious danger of being eliminated despite the chaos unfolding around him. Fink moved into the chip lead shortly after the money bubble burst and continued to chip up all the way to the final table.  Once there, Fink jumped a few spots on the pay ladder and patiently waited for the right opportunity to play large pots. As the final table narrowed down, Fink used his years of experience to...

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RG Council Bluffs Main Event (Day 2): Second Place - Greg Jennings ($20,000)

February 27, 2017

Level 29 (40,000/80,000/10,000)Total RG Main Event Entries: 278Players Remaining: 1Average Stack: 5,560,000 Greg Jennings made it to heads up play for the second time in the RunGood Spring Brawl but will have to settle for second place once again.  It came as no surprise to anyone who watched Greg Jennings play in Tulsa to see him run deep once again in a RunGood Main Event. Jennings put together another two great days of poker but once again came up one place shy of taking home his first RG title. Heads up play started with Jennings on the short stack and Mark Fink finished him off fairly quickly to claim victory.  Fink opened for 170,000 on the button and Jennings jammed...

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RG Council Bluffs Main Event (Day 2): Heads Up Play Ready To Go

February 27, 2017

Level 29 (40,000/80,000/10,000)Total RG Main Event Entries: 278Players Remaining: 2Average Stack: 2,780,000 Greg Jennings (L) and Mark Fink (R) prepare to battle for Council Bluffs Championship Belt.  This weekend at Council Bluffs has been a great success and it all comes down to the heads up match between Mark Fink and Greg Jennings to decide the winner of this event. For Jennings, this marks his second consecutive top-two appearance after finishing runner-up to Kristen Deardorff in Tulsa. Fink is a winner across the midwest and now has the chance to win his first RunGood Main Event.  Along with the $5,754 bonus for first place, the two players are competing for the Spring Brawl Championship Belt and the KO Watch. Below...

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RG Council Bluffs Main Event (Day 2): Third Place - Phil Mader ($20,000)

February 27, 2017

Level 29 (40,000/80,000/10,000)Total RG Main Event Entries: 278Players Remaining: 2Average Stack: 2,780,000 Phil Mader put together two solid days of poker and will take home $20,000 for his podium finish at his home casino.  Mark Fink began three-handed play with the chip lead and did nothing but extend his lead further, culminating with his elimination of Phil Mader. Mader played the role of local favorite to perfection as he made a spectacular run through the field to earn a podium finish. Mader open-shoved for 1,000,000 from under the gun and Fink called out of the big blind. Mader had one over with A♥5♠ against the pair of Fink 8♥8♦ and the 9♦5♥2♦ flop gave Mader some equity. The K♥ turn...

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