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Venetian Deepstack

DeepStack Extravaganza I Event #40
$400 NLH MonsterStack $100K GTD
February 22-24, 2020

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The final hand.

After David Yoon shoved, Randy Krushelniski snap-called effective. It was Yoon’s Q, J off versus Krushelniski’s K, 10 off, and the king held up giving Krushelniski the win.

Randy Krushelniski extending his chip lead.

In heads up play Randy Krushelniski definitely had the poker gods smiling upon him. He first took a 2.6-ish million pot with a pair of fours. In the next hand, he amassed another 800K chips from David Yoon, thus extending his chip stack to a whopping 9.84 million. He took another 1.6 million pot with a strategic shove.

Marquis Waters out in 3rd place.

This hand began with Randy Krushelniski raising to 300K from the small blind, and Marquis waters calling from the big blind. The flop fell 9♥ 6♦ Q♦. Krushelniski c-bet 400K, and Waters called. With the 3♠ on the turn, Krushelniski shoved and Waters called. It was Krushelniski’s pocket aces against Waters’ Q♣ 10♥. The 5♣ on the river spelled the end of Waters’ tournament. Krushelniski is now the massive chip leader with 7.3-ish million chips.

Marquis Waters is chipping up.

In the first hand, Marquis Waters and David Yoon duked it out until showdown with Waters winning an 850K pot with a pair of nines. In the second hand, Waters won another 950K pot versus Yoon with pocket deuces.

A deal is struck.

Our remaining three players agreed on a deal

Randy Krushelniski doubles up again.

After David Yoon raised to 160K from the button, Randy Krushelniski re-raised to 500K. Yoon shoved, and Krushelniski snap-called. It was Yoon’s A, Q off versus Krushelniski’s A, K suited, and the king kicker held up, enabling Krushelniski to double his 1.285 million chip stack.

Randy Krushelniski doubles up.

After David Yoon shoved from the small blind, Randy Krushelniski snap called from the big blind with his final 690K chip stack. Krushelniski’s A, 7 suited won him the pot when he hit a seven on the flop to stay alive.

No deal.

Play continues.

Updated chip counts.

The clock has stopped again for another potential deal. Our remaining three stand as follows:

Marquis Waters: 5.09 million
David Yoon: 4.935 million
Randy Krushelniski: 1.175 million

Tarek Makki out in 4th place.

Tarek Makki found himself all-in against David Yoon for his final 455K chips. It was Yoon’s A, K suited against Makki’s A, 10 suited. The king kicker held up.

Updated chip counts.

The gentlemen paused the clock to discuss a deal, but decided to continue playing. Here is where they stand at the moment:

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Marquis Waters: 4.13 million
Tarek Makki: 1.29 million
David Yoon: 4.64 million
Randy Krushelniski: 1.04 million

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We are in Level 25 with 25,000/50,000 blinds and a 25,000 big blind ante.

John Michalak out in 5th place.

On a 3♥ 7♣ 5♣ 7♠ board, Marquis Waters and John Michalak had created a 1.06 million pot. With the 2♦ on the river, Waters shoved and Michalak called. It was Michalak’s A♣ 4♣ versus Waters’ J♦ 3♦. Waters accumulated an additional 1.03 million from Michalak.

Rich Halford out in 6th place.

Rich Halford shoved with his final 425K chips from the button and was called effective by David Yoon from UTG. It was Yoon’s K, 5 suited versus Halford’s A, 10 suited. When the board ran 5-10-K-K-Q, Halford was out.

Rhonda Shepek out in 7th place.

This hand began with Randy Krushelniski, Rhonda Shepek, and David Yoon all contributing 150K preflop. The flop fell 7♠ 7♥ 10♦. All three players checked. The A♥ fell on the turn. Yoon and Shepek checked, Krushelniski bet 150K, Yoon raised to 450K, Shepek shoved with her final 600K-ish chip stack, Krushelniski folded, and Yoon snap-called effective. It was Shepek’s A♦ K♠ versus Yoon’s K♦ 7♦. A Q♥ on the river sealed Shepek’s fate.

David Yonnotti out in 8th place.

This hand began with David Yonnotti shoving from UTG with his final 375K chip stack. David Yoon called effective from the cutoff. It was Yonnotti’s A, 5 suited versus Yoon’s pocket sevens and the sevens held up.

Kyle Caslin out in 9th place.

After Marquis Waters raised to 135K from mid position, Kyle Caslin shoved from the big blind. It was Waters’ pocket queens versus Caslin’s A, J off. Even though he didn’t need it, Waters hit another queen on the river, eliminating Caslin and amassing his 350K chip stack.

We have reached the final table.

We have finally reached the final table in our DeepStack Extravaganza I Event #40 $400 NLH MonsterStack $100K GTD. Our remaining nine lucky—and, of course, highly skilled—players are:

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Marquis Waters: 1,665,000
Tarek Makki: 620,000
David Yoon: 2,295,000
John Michalak: 1,930,000
Rhonda Shepek: 650,000
Rich Halford: 1,400,000
Kyle Caslin: 450,000
David Yonnotti: 675,000
Randy Krushelniski: 1,440,000

Good luck everyone!

The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas’ DeepStack Extravaganza I is set to kick off today, Feb. 2. The action-packed tournament series will play host to a total of 35 tournaments during the month of February, with more than $2 million in guaranteed prize money to be paid out along the way. The centerpiece of the exciting schedule is the $500,000 guaranteed $2,500 buy-in Card Player Poker Tour no-limit hold’em main event, which will run from Feb. 19-22.

The first day of action will feature two tournaments: a $20,000 guaranteed $400 buy-in no-limit hold’em ‘MonsterStack’ event and a $6,000 guaranteed $200 buy-in no-limit hold’em ‘survivor’ event, with start times of 11:10 a.m. and 6:10 p.m. local time.

This series marks this ninth time that the CPPT has made its way to The Venetian Poker Room since first joining forces in 2013, with over $12.3 million in prize money awarded in the previous eight CPPT main events held at the property. All-time CPPT career earnings leader Jon Turner has won two of the CPPT Venetian events in recent years, cashing for a total of $737,858 in those title runs.

The 2021 DeepStack Extravaganza I features a variety of game options and formats, including bounty events, survivor tournaments, multi-day and single-day tournaments. Game options include no-limit hold’em, pot-limit Omaha, and PLO eight-or-better. Tournament buy-ins begin as low as $200 and range as high as the $2,500 buy-in for the CPPT main event, with affordable and exciting options for players at every level.

Another highlight of the series will be the $350,000 guaranteed Mid-States Poker Tour $1,100 buy-in no-limit hold’em event that will run from Feb. 4-6. Other standout events among the schedule include:

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  • $800 No-limit Hold’em UltimateStack with a $300,000 guarantee, Feb. 11-14
  • $400 Pot Limit Omaha MonsterStack with a $40,000 guarantee, Feb. 21-23
  • $600 No-limit Hold’em UltimateStack with a $200,000 guarantee, Feb. 25-28

The illustrious amenities and hospitality of The Venetian Resort, combined with their dynamic tournament atmosphere, make the DeepStack Extraganza I a must-play series for tournament poker fans. Make sure to make your way to The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas in February to get in on the action.

Here is a look at the complete schedule:

Event Start Date Days Buy-In
$400 No-Limit Hold’em MonsterStack $20K GTD Feb 02 1 $400
$200 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $6K GTD Feb 02 1 $200
$200 NLH Mega Satellite (2 seats GTD) Feb 03 1 $200
$600 No-Limit Hold’em MonsterStack $40K GTD Feb 03 1 $600
$200 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $6K GTD Feb 03 1 $200
$1,100 No-Limit Hold’em $350K GTD* Feb 04 3 $1,100
$1,100 No-Limit Hold’em MonsterStack $75K GTD Feb 06 1 $1,100
$200 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty $6K GTD Feb 07 1 $200
$400 No-Limit Hold’em MonsterStack $80K GTD* Feb 08 3 $400
$200 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty $6K GTD Feb 08 1 $200
$200 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty $6K GTD Feb 09 1 $200
$400 No-Limit Hold’em MonsterStack $20K GTD Feb 10 1 $400
$200 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $6K GTD Feb 10 1 $200
$800 No-Limit Hold’em UltimateStack $300K GTD* Feb 11 4 $800
$200 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $6K GTD Feb 11 1 $200
$300 No-Limit Hold’em MonsterStack Freeze Out $15K GTD Feb 14 1 $300
$200 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty $6K GTD Feb 14 1 $200
$400 No-Limit Hold’em MonsterStack $20K GTD Feb 15 1 $400
$300 Pot-Limit Omaha 8/B $7K GTD Feb 15 1 $300
$400 No-Limit Hold’em MonsterStack $80K GTD* Feb 16 3 $400
$200 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty $6K GTD Feb 16 1 $200
$300 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $10K GTD Feb 17 1 $300
$600 No-Limit Hold’em MonsterStack $40K GTD Feb 18 1 $600
$300 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $10K GTD Feb 18 1 $300
$300 NLH Mega Satellite (2 seats GTD) Feb 19 1 $300
$2,500 No-Limit Hold’em CPPT Main Event $500K GTD* Feb 19 4 $2,500
$300 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $10K GTD Feb 19 1 $300
$400 Pot-Limit Omaha MonsterStack $40K GTD Feb 21 3 $400
$400 No-Limit Hold’em MonsterStack $20K GTD Feb 22 1 $400
$400 No-Limit Hold’em MonsterStack $80K GTD* Feb 23 3 $400
$200 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty $6K GTD Feb 23 1 $200
$200 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty $6K GTD Feb 24 1 $200
$600 No-Limit Hold’em UltimateStack $200K GTD* Feb 25 4 $600
$300 No-Limit Hold’em MonsterStack Freeze Out $15K GTD Feb 28 1 $300
$200 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty $6K GTD Feb 28 1 $200
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