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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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Congratulations to RGPS NKC Main Event Winner Rob Palacios ($29,833)

September 21, 2016

The RunGood Poker Series End of Summer Tour came to an end last week with our final stop of 2016 at Harrah's North Kansas City. Throughout the week, we gave away add-on prizes and hundreds of thousands of dollars--$208,261 total for the week--with infamous Kansas City BBQ just a stone's throw away. The Main Event came to an end on Sunday with heads-up players Rob Palacios and William McKracken agreeing to a chop of the remaining prize pool, with a $1,000 reserve as they played out the remainder of the tournament for the title of champion, the Yeti Cooler/Colsters prize, and the RGPS Main Event Trophy. Rob Palacios came out on top in the final hand which saw McCracken shove all-in holding preflop, Palacios called...

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52 players return for Main Event Day 2 - Seat assignments and chip counts

September 18, 2016

All three Day 1 flights of the $675 RGPS Main Event are complete, and just 52 players are left from the 252 who entered. Those players will return to the Harrah's North Kansas City at noon on Sunday to play down to a champion. The prize pool reached an amazing $151,200, well above the $100,000 guarantee. The payout structure will be announced prior to the restart, and we'll bring it to you as soon as it becomes available. Jonathan Nye is our overall chip leader heading to Day 2, with 261,500 chips.  Not far behind are Joseph Becchina (246,000), Jay McVeigh (235,500), Justin Young (229,500), Tim Woodson (214,000), and Rick McGown (201,000).  Other notables to punch tickets to Day 2...

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Flight A of the RGPS Main Event complete; Flights B & C Saturday

September 17, 2016

Flight A of the RGPS Main Event at Harrah's North Kansas City drew in 104 players Friday night, with 16 moving on to Day 2 on Sunday. After twelve levels of play, Jonathan Nye has emerged as the Flight A chip leader. Nye also cashed in the Deepstack on Thursday, but is looking to improve on his 34th-place finish there. Official chip counts from Flight A: First Name Last Name Chip Count Jonathan Nye 261,500 Jay McVeigh 235,500 Justin Young 229,500 Tim Woodson 214,000 Rick McGown 201,000 Ali Zakeri 160,500 Mark Fink 116,500 Carter Clond 97,000 Alex Marler 87,500 Frank Mondello 84,000 Jeff Foust 82,000 Doug Glasscock 65,500 Bill Cole 53,500 Mark Von Schlemmer 49,500 Patrick Hanson 44,500 Sean Lindsey...

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Tim Sipe wins $180 Deepstack, 20 RGPS Main Event Seats awarded via 7 p.m. Satellite

September 16, 2016

Thursday at the RGPS Harrah's North Kansas City began with Day 2 of the $180 Deepstack event. 59 players began the day, but only 36 would make the money. As in any tournament, you must play well and run well, avoid bad luck and win your flips. Candace Caley, the chip leader at the start of Day 2, missed the final table by half a dozen spots, thanks in part to a bit of bad luck when her K♠K♣ lost to Dave Likins A♣6♦, which you can read about here. RunGood was on the scene throughout Day 2 of the Deepstack reporting hands and chip counts throughout the day. A scroll through the blog will give you a play by...

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