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The RunGood Old West tour blew into Kansas City like a tumbleweed and brought our gamble with us. 2018 WSOP Main Event Champion John Cynn joined us for the preliminary events and 2017 WSOP Main Event Champion Scott Blumstein arrived in time for the Main Event, joining 390 other players for their shot at a $43,010 payday. After three days of competition across the felt, three players remained: Corey Blevins, Andrew Flaherty, and Garnet Farron. The three players agreed to chop both the remaining prize pool and the non-cash awards, as follows: NAME CHIP COUNT PRIZE TROPHY GARNET FARRON 1,105,000 $25,000 BOOTS ANDREW FLAHERTY 3,150,000 $31,132 NAME ON RG TROPHY COREY BLEVINS 3,610,000 $32,878 BUCKLE Andrew Flaherty...
Level 25 (25000/50000/50000)Total Entrants: 391Players remaining: 3Chip average: 2,606,667 The remaining players agreed to chop the remaining prize pool and to play out the remainder of the tournament for the Boot Factory Outlet boots, the Montana Silversmiths belt buckle, and their name on the RG Traveling Trophy. But after three more hands, two in which all three players were all-in, an agreement was reached as to who would take each of the three non-cash prizes. Here are the details of the chop agreement: SEAT NAME CHIP COUNT PRIZE TROPHY 1 GARNET FARRON 1,105,000 $25,000 BOOTS 7 ANDREW FLAHERTY 3,150,000 $31,132 NAME ETCHED ON RG TROPHY 10 COREY BLEVINS 3,610,000 $32,878 BUCKLE With...
Level 25 (25000/50000/50000)Total Entrants: 391Players remaining: 3Chip average: 2,606,667 The action folds to Brandon Zallar (pictured) in the small blind, who raises to 100,000. Andrew Flaherty in the big blind moves all in for 1,595,000 and has Zallar covered. Zallar checks his hole cards, gives a shrug, and pushes his stack of 1,430,000 across the betting line. Andrew Flaherty - A♦K♦Brandon Zallar - A♠Q♦ It's little slick versus big slick with Zallar at risk. The flop comes T♦8♠5♠ and both players whiff. The turn brings the 9♦, adding a little drama to the mix. Zallar has a gutshot to go with his pair out for five clean outs. The river delivers none of them, though, when the 2♠ hits the felt. Zallar is...
Level 24 (20000/40000/40000)Total Entrants: 391Players remaining: 4Chip average: 1,955,000 The players are enjoying a scheduled 15-minute break. Play will resume with Level 25 and blinds of 25000/50000/50000. The past hour has seen a shift in play from all the players tightening up to Brandon Zallar taking control, raising most pots and taking down the blinds and antes a majority of the time. Here are the official chip counts as of the break: SEAT NAME CHIP COUNT 1 GARNET FERRON 1,505,000 3 BRANDON ZALLAR 2,400,000 7 ANDREW FLAHERTY 1,220,000 10 COREY BLEVINS 2,610,000