Congratulations to RGPS $200 NLHE 6-max winner Jesse McVicker

Thursday at noon the RGPS End of Summer Tour resumed at the Horseshoe in Council Bluffs with the $200 NLHE 6-max tournament. By the time registration closed at the start of Level 7, 112 players had entered, creating a prize pool of $17,920.  The first-place finisher would receive $5,373 plus a Bose Bluetooth speaker.

After eight hours of play, the field was down to 7 players at a final table, all of whom have resumes including final table appearances at HPT, WSOP, and/or RGPS events. The theme of the table was patience, as the players avoided taking flips except against the shortest stack. Eventual champion Jesse McVicker took advantage of this by raising liberally preflop and taking down the blinds and antes with relatively little resistance.

Two and a half hours into final table play, four players were left, with roughly even stacks, and an agreement was struck to chop the remaining prize pool, with Jesse McVicker as the official winner. Congratulations to Jesse and all of the final tablists on their deep run and thank you to all the players who came out to play!

Official $200 NLHE 6-max results:

Place Name Prize
1st Jesse Mc Vicker $3,202.00
2nd Paticia Bott $3,201.00
3rd Tim Sciscoe $3,201.00
4th Henry Gingerich $3,201.00
5th Andre Allen $1,245.00
6th Douglas Hutcheson $902.00
7th Howard Dion $656.00
8th Jeffrey Alexander $656.00
9th Joshua Schmitz $478.00
10th Michael Rieck $478.00
11th Eric Polson $350.00
12th Reggie Tynes $350.00

 

The complete set of photos from the event can be found here.

The RGPS Council Bluffs Main Event begins with Day 1A at noon today (Friday, August 19). The ME buy-in is $1,100 and the event has a $100,000 guaranteed prize pool!  The winner will also receive a Yeti Cooler and a set of Yeti Tumblers!  Day 1B will start at noon Saturday with Day 2 set to for Sunday and PokerNews will be here to cover all the action, which you can find here.

If $1,100 is a bit above your bankroll, a $250 satellite is scheduled for 7 p.m. tonight at the Horseshoe poker room. Come and claim your slice of poker glory!


Mark Slatcher
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