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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. Follow up appearances were made on ESPN by RunGood through Jay Farber's fan rail during the 2013 WSOP ME FT and Jorryt Van Hoof, William Tonking, and Daniel Sindelar's fan rails during the 2014 WSOP Main Event Final Table.

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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RGPS Main Event Day 2 Redraw, 43 players left, $31,443 up top

May 15, 2016

Competition will be fierce on Sunday as 43 players return for Day 2 of the RGPS Council Bluffs Main Event. 21 places will be paid with $31,443 up top plus a $2,000 WSOP Vegas Package. Issac Tucker begins the day as chip leader with 237,000 chips, but with only 500 chips more than the next player on the leader board, Mike Fick (236,500), no one is a lock to cash. Rounding out the top ten are Chris Wicks (221,500), Justin Gardenhire (215,000), Jon Lawson (198,000), Quang Pham (166,500), Tommy Nguyen (158,000), Dylan Meier (155,500) Yinglong Yang (152,500), and James Devaney (141,000). Other notable players to punch tickets to day two include Julie Anna Cornelius, Mike Rieck, Daniel Lowery, Mark Fink,...

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Congratulations to RGPS Council Bluffs Deepstack winner James Devaney

May 14, 2016

The action on Friday began with 54 players returning for Day 2 of the $180 RGPS Deepstack event. Right off the bat, Day 1 chip leader Ryan Tepen and Mark Turner, who began the day 2nd in chips, tangled in a huge pot. Turner opened to 9,000 and Tepen three-bet to 25,000. Turner called. The flop came [Ts][4s][6c] and Turner check-called Tepen's continuation bet. The turn brought the [Ac], and again Turner check-called a bet from Tepen. The river brought a third spade, the [6s]. Turner checked again and Tepen shoved all in, having Turner covered by 9,000 chips. Turner went into the tank but ultimately called and turned over [As][Kx]. Tepen showed [8x][7x] for a missed double-gutshot straight draw....

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54 Players return for Deepstack Day 2, Main Event begins tonight

May 13, 2016

The order of business on Thursday was all about the $180 Deepstack with Day 1 flights at noon and 7 p.m. By the time they were over, a total of 282 players entered, generating a prize pool of $39,480--to which a $2,000 WSOP package has been added. By the end of the night, 54 players bagged up for the Day 2 restart on Friday at noon.  Just 36 of those players will make the money, as the payout structure is as follows: 1st $9,086 + $2k WSOP 2nd $5,748 3rd $3,849 4th $2,685 5th $2,013 6th $1,579 7th $1,334 8th $1,105 9th $951 10th - 12th $750 13th-15th $565 16th-18th $442 19th-27th $355 28th-36th $296   It's still anybody's ball...

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Congratulations to John Vechnak, RGPS Horseshoe Council Bluffs Pro Bounty Winner

May 12, 2016

We're back in Council Bluffs at the Horseshoe with another five days of poker action at the RunGood Poker Series. When last we were here in August, the Main Event drew 283 players and paid $34,267 (plus a $2,000 New Orleans Blaycation prize package) to first place finisher Brandon Fish. The Main Event for this visit begins tomorrow, but there are several preliminary events to talk about in the meantime. First up was the $135 Pro Bounty tournament. Always a crowd favorite, this time around we were joined by our friends at Fireball Whiskey, who added Fireball t-shirts and hats to our usual mystery envelopes (containing prizes ranging from RunGood gear to $1,000 cash). A total of twelve RG Pros,...

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