Winstar Poker Tournament Results

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PlaceWinnerCountrySponsorPrize (USD)
1Will Pengelly$249,310
2Ekrem Bozkurt$215,170
3Jeff Banghart$206,570
4Ricky Green$205,710
5Dean Baranowski$144,000
6Matthew Bray$75,440
7Alan Cummins$58,580
8Johnny Deas$46,060
9Brian Green$36,640
10Larry Hirons$29,500
11Kramer Copp$29,500
12Greg White$29,500
13Mykel Comroe$24,040
14Men Nguyen$24,040
15Mike Rogers$24,040
16Mark Fisher$19,820
17Phil Osborne$19,820
18Joe Elpayaa$19,820
19Hoan Nguyen$16,520
20Michael Simpson$16,520
21Wei Zhang$16,520
22Juan Lozano$13,920
23Travis Lauridsen$13,920
24Salvador Cervantes$13,920
25Patrick Eskandar$11,860
26Wendy Freedman$11,860
27Harold Cook$11,860
28Darin Brock$10,220
29Jeff Sowell$10,220
30Hien Tran$10,220
31John Tannous$8,900
32Chris Tryba$8,900
33Seneca Easley$8,900
34Austin Lewis$7,840
35James Thatcher$7,840
36Lou Garza$7,840
37Keith Copp$6,980
38Billy Holler$6,980
39Andy Philachack$6,980
40Paul Schwartz$6,980
41Alex Greenblatt$6,980
42Darrell Hopkins$6,980
43Adam Mirliss$6,980
44Samuel Madeley$6,980
45Farel Williams$6,980
46Freddie Rodriguez$6,280
47Frankie Evans$6,280
48Anthony Spinella$6,280
49Adrian Garduno$6,280
50Stephen Brach$6,280
51Jim Carroll$6,280
52Jon Bennett$6,280
53Marquis McCain$6,280
54Robert Jenkins$6,280
55Christopher Smith$5,720
56Ted Gillis$5,720
57Abraham Araya$5,720
58Benjamin Keiley$5,720
59John Conn$5,720
60Jim Crouch$5,720
61Bobby Hempkins$5,720
62Julio Marines$5,720
63Erik Christensen$5,720
64Dan Lowery$5,260
65Douglas Paxton$5,260
66Jeffrey Williams$5,260
67Harold Dabney$5,260
68Jon Scarborough$5,260
69Gary Sixkiller$5,260
70Mason Vieth$5,260
71Matthew Kelly$5,260
72James Cottingham$5,260
73Michael Waterstradt$4,840
74Samir Sliheet$4,840
75Kai Yang$4,840
76Joon Cho$4,840
77Matthew Miller$4,840
78Jason Turck$4,840
79Mike Wang$4,840
80Pedro Palacio$4,840
81Kade Copp$4,840
82Douglas Gerda$4,460
83Gregory Anthony$4,460
84Rees Scruggs$4,460
85Mike Fallas$4,460
86Lawrence Porath$4,460
87Darrell Alexander$4,460
88Damon Wedel$4,460
89Allen Kessler$4,460
90Mike Crow$4,460
91Orlando Romero$4,100
92Howard Weston$4,100
93Adam Johnson$4,100
94Alexander Deutsch$4,100
95Justin Wainscott$4,100
96Ben Keeline$4,100
97Carlos Hurtado$4,100
98Abdul Almagableh$4,100
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Eric Bunch claimed victory at the 2019 WinStar Labor Day River Poker Series $1,500 Main Event, earning the title and accompanying trophy after a heads-up chop that landed him $260,000.

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Bunch outlasted a field of 1,242 entries over nearly three full days of play en route to becoming champion. His journey didn’t come easy, however - his biggest competition throughout the day was Spencer Champlin, with whom he ended up chopping.

Champlin was the one in control for most of the day, and when the two got heads up, Bunch said he “just had to grind it out.”

Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Eric BunchUnited States$260,000*
2Spencer ChamplinUnited States$234,887*
3Eluterio RodriguezUnited States$119,046
4Jeremy LiuUnited States$97,000
5Viet VoUnited States$74,955
6James JewellUnited States$57,318
7Kris BurchfieldUnited States$44,091
8Jim HarrisUnited States$35,273
9Katherine OffuttUnited States$29,982

*denotes heads-up chop

Day 3 Action

The day started with 10 players returning with their eyes on the $300,005 up top. Chuck Barker (10th place - $24,338) became the first elimination of the day just a few hands after play began. He had entered the day with 125,000 after losing almost his entire stack on the last hand of Day 2 when he doubled up Katherine Offutt running ace-king into her pocket aces. A quick triple up graced his presence to start the day but then he lost a coin flip with pocket threes to Day 2 chip leader Bunch’s ten-nine when Bunch hit a queen-high straight on the turn.

The final table of nine was then reached and the players drew new seats. It wasn’t long after that before Offult became the ninth-place finisher after getting her stack in with Big Slick on an ace-high flop versus the ace-queen of Champlin, only to find it second-best after Champlin hit not just one queen, but two as the turn and river gave him a full house, the elimination, and the chip lead.

Jim Harris (8th place - $35,273) was next to go after spending his short-lived Day 3 on the short stack. It was then time for Champlin to pull away. Kris Burchfield (7th place - $44,691), James Jewell (6th place - $57,318), and Viet Vo (5th place - $74,995) all fell victim to Champlin’s prey over the next hour, leaving just four players in the tournament by the first break of the day.

Champlin picked up right where he left off when play resumed, picking off a bluff from Bunch, who was in second place through most of the day, to create even further separation in the counts between the two players. He then knocked out Jeremy Liu after Liu shoved ace-eight into his ace-queen, holding to surpass the 20 million-chip mark.

Three players remained and play continued for over an hour with Champlin, Bunch, and Eluterio Rodriguez trading chips back and forth with no significant fluctuation. The tournament came out of its second break of the day to Level 30, with blinds of 100,000/200,000/200,000. Bunch and Rodriguez both had about 5 million in front of them and Champlin held the other 21 million.

Shortly after the break, Rodriguez found his luck begin to run dry. He dropped down to around 2 million, which was only a 10-big blind stack, and shoved king-deuce into Champlin’s ace-ten suited. He hit two pair to double up but then ran pocket nines into Champlin’s pocket aces a few hands later to finish in third place.

Champlin took nearly a three-to-one chip lead into heads-up play and built even further from there. Then, the turning point came. Bunch made a few hands in a row and found his stack nearly back to where it started in the match. He then got all of his chips in with king-seven suited against Champlin’s ace-jack on a king-jack-eight flop to double and take the chip lead.

“I’m pretty happy, obviously. I’m glad it all worked out.”

Another 40 minutes went by and the two traded blows, watching stacks get to even momentarily. Champlin regained the lead shortly but re-surrendered it after Bunch hit a straight and got paid on a 5 million-chip river bet. The two then took what proved to be the final break of the night with Bunch having nearly a two-to-one chip lead. No further poker would be played as a deal was agreed upon once the two returned from break.

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When asked about what he is going to do moving forward, Bunch said he is going to keep at it at the felt. Historically a cash-game player, Bunch got into tournament poker about three years ago and said that he is going to just continue to play the same tournaments.

“I’m pretty happy, obviously,” he said in an interview afterward. “I’m glad it all worked out.”

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