A player nicknamed “DabledoreNJ” has managed to win the Main Event of the 2020 New Jersey Championship of Online Poker, winning a total of $22,444 along the way. The tournament was the flagship event of the 54-event long series that welcomed a total of 9,350 entries and distributed $1,125,973.30 in prizes to the best players.
“DabledoreNJ” has already managed to win one title in the 2020 NJCOOP by topping the event #25: $100 NLHE (Marathon), $10K Guaranteed, where he won $2,778.
NJCOOP Main Even Recap
The event concluded last Monday night when the 52 remaining players left off in Day 1. “DabledoreNJ” was among the top 10 when it comes to stack sizes, so he immediately had an advantage over the majority of their opponents.
They didn’t waste time and quickly improved their stack. After the first break, “DabledoreNJ’s” stack increased from 1.3 million to 3.6 million, with only 28 players left in the game.
After almost a full hour of play, the field was further narrowed down to the best 15 players, and “DabledoreNJ’s” stack was now 8.49 million, which was more than the next two player’s stacks combined.
The play slowed down when there were only 15 players left, and only three eliminations took place in the 50 minutes. After that, “DabledoreNJ” managed to take the chip lead and enter the final table as the leader.
The Final Table Overview
The final table consisted of nine players, and the first one to hit the rail was “Exit_3986,” who ended up earning a total of $1,874.
After that, it was time for Shankar “Burgersssss” Pillai to leave the virtual poker table. Interestingly, Pillai was actually the chip leader before Day 1, his lead dwindled away before ending up in eighth place.
The next one in line to say goodbye to other players was Ryan “hagz2richez” Hagerty, who won a total of $3,486. Hagerty was also doing excellent before Day 2, and was a chip leader at one point.
Finishing in sixth place was “zBeanHeaDz,” who snatched a total of $4,755 and was followed by Jason “TiltedHard” Lawhun. His prize for ending in the fifth position was $6,485.
A player nicknamed “laura33188” ended up earning a total of $8,846 after hitting the rail in the fourth place. The last player to leave the game before the heads-up play could start was Jaime “moosedeer17” Reyes, who earned a total of $12,065.
The final opponent that “DabledoreNJ” had to face was “st0neydanza” who even managed to take the chip lead from them for a brief period before the heads-up play started. However, “DabledoreNJ” made sure to be the leader at the start of the heads up and ensured his title, meaning “st0neydanza” had to settle for the consolation prize of $16,456.
This event officially concluded the 2020 NJCOOP, which met all expectations by offering an excellent online poker experience.
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