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Left to right: Tana Karn, Kirsten Adams, and Jamie Kerstetter Run Good CEO Tana Karn and Run Good Ambassador Jamie Kerstetter delivered $15,000 and 1,000 care packages to Operation Gratitude on Wednesday. The donation and care packages are the results of season-long contributions from the Run Good Poker Series and participating casinos. Taken from Operation Gratitude site: Every year, Operation Gratitude sends 250,000+ individually addressed Care Packages to Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen deployed overseas, to their children left behind, and to First Responders, New Recruits, Veterans, Wounded Heroes, and their Care Givers. Each package contains snacks, hygiene products, entertainment, and handmade items, as well as personal letters of support.Through Collection Drives, Letter Writing Campaigns, Craft Projects,...
“New Summer, New Ambassadors” The RunGood Ambassadors Team will enter the 2018 summer with two new faces. Tulsa, OK: The RunGood ambassador team will head into the 2018 World Series of Poker with two new individuals to represent the clothing brand and poker tour. Every summer the company selects two players that embody the RunGood brand and will become a familiar face along future tour stops. Invitations to the team are based on a wide range of criteria, not solely just poker accomplishments. “It is always a tough decision each year as there are a ton of players who would fit into the ambassador role very well. We set varying goals year after year so we can construct a diverse...
Shawn Sparks Wins RGPS Global Championship Shawn Sparks is the winner of the first-ever Run Good Poker Series Global Championship. He won a massive pot and knocked out two players when he was the third person all in against Eric Bunch and Shane Fuller. Sparks hit a queen on the river to win the pot and eliminate both Bunch and Fuller and take the chip lead four-handed. He entered the day as the chip leader and managed to earn himself the most money once Lauren Bunch was eliminated in fourth place. Sparks, Tim Krisher and John Heckenkamp found themselves with fairly even stacks and decided to chop three ways, but throw Sparks a little more for holding the chip lead....
Lauren Bunch was eliminated as the final three players headed to break. The chip counts are:Shawn Sparks - 1,165,000John Heckenkamp - 982,000Tim Krisher - 970,000 After a short negotiation, the three agreed to an almost-even chop, giving Sparks $1,000 more and crowning him the official winner. Payouts:Shawn Sparks - $21,417John Heckenkamp - $20,416Tim Krisher - $20,416