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© 2009 - 2020 Mid-States Poker Tour (MSPT) Site Design by Fully Illustrated. System Management developed by Amenuvor Consulting, LLCAmenuvor Consulting, LLC. Harry Lodge poker player profile. Get latest information, winnings and gallery. Seat 1: Harry Lodge (United Kingdom) - 1.23 million (15 BBs) Harry Lodge is a 23-year-old professional poker player from Haywards Heath, in the UK. Lodge made his mark on the PokerStars Festival London earlier this year, finishing second in the £2,000 High Roller for £36,150.

The 2020 World Series of Poker Online on GGPoker continued over the weekend with three WSOP bracelets being awarded, and a final table reached in the Event #70: $25,000 POKER PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP.

Anson Tsang Wins Second WSOP Bracelet in $500 Deepstack

The Event #68: $500 Deepstack No-Limit Hold’em kicked off Saturday action on GGPoker, and attracted 2,315-entrants and created a prize pool of $1,099,625 that paid the top 332 finishers.

Some players finishing in-the-money included GGPoker Ambassador Daniel Negreanu, Christian Rudolph, Joao Vieira, Vanessa Kade, Tobias Peters, Fabrizio Gonzalez, Thai Ha, and Justin Lapka. Entering the final table as chip leader, Anson Tsang was also chasing his second WSOP bracelet following his maiden victory at the 2018 WSOP Europe in the €2,200 Pot-Limit Omaha. After 13 hours of play, Tsang would defeat Mohaiman Ashrafee heads-up to win the $150,460 first-place prize, an added WSOP Europe package, and his second WSOP bracelet.

Nick Maimone Captures $1,500 Marathon No-Limit Hold’em and First WSOP Bracelet

The Event #69: $1,500 Marathon No-Limit Hold’em began Sunday action on GGPoker with a total of 1,438 entrants creating a $2,049,150 prize pool.

Negreanu added a second cash over the weekend as the likes of Tim Reilly, Galen Hall, Christine Do, James Chen, Simon Higgins, Harry Lodge, Mike Watson, Bryan Micon, Kitty Kuo, Jeff Gross, and Mustapha Kanit also finished in-the-money. Macau casino list wiki. Ermo Kosk and Erik Lemarquand were the chip leaders heading into the final table, but they would exit in sixth and eighth place respectively. Nick Maimone entered heads-up play holding a slight lead over Diego Bittar, and after some back-and-forth, the final hand would see Bittar’s ace-five outdrawn by Maimone’s king-eight.

The prolific online player not only wins the $302,472 first-place prize and an added WSOP Europe package, but also his first WSOP bracelet.

Over 44,000 Entants in BIG 50 as Huahuan Feng Collects Gold

The Event #71: BIG 50 $1m GTD attracted a staggering 44,576 entrants and created a prize pool of $2,050,496 from just the $50 buy-in.

Day 2 action saw 4,140 players return as the likes of Negreanu, Jack Salter, Patrick Tardif, and Kevin Martin were a select few of the 2,300 players finishing in-the-money. Eventually, it would be China’s Huahuan Feng defeating Ziu Qiao Zhao heads-up to win the $211,282 first-place prize, an added WSOP Europe package, and his first WSOP bracelet.

Up Next on GGPoker for WSOP Online

Tuesday will host the Event #72: $1,500 Limit Hold’em Championship, while Wednesday will host Event #73: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed. Thursday will hols Event #74: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha, and following a break on Friday, there will be three events over the weekend including the conclusion of Event #70: $25,000 Poker Players Championship.

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The British Universities and Colleges Sport National Championships(BUCS) took place in Sheffield last weekend. Nationals is an annual sporting event where student athletes compete for medals in indoor athletics and swimming, along with a whole host of other events such as badminton, karate, and judo.

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Don’t think of this as a Sports Day for student athletes. Some of these participants were had previously taken part in European and World Junior Championships. Some had even competed at the Olympics, and it was my job to interview some of the medallists from swimming and athletics.

As I did so I started to draw up comparisons in my head between BUCS and the UK Student Poker Championships (UKSPC). Here were two events which included young, passionate and enthusiastic participants, each with their own hopes and dreams for the future.

Whereas an athlete might want to go on to compete at the Olympics one day, a student poker player may want to play the WSOP Main Event. Whereas a swimmer might want to qualify for the World Championships, a poker player might want to qualify for a major live festival.

The similarities between BUCS and the UKSPC might only be incidental, but the professionalism and the potential of the participants is something to take note of. Previous UKSPC participants include EPT winner Rupert Elder, as well as online wizards Alex Millar and Andrew Hulme. Backdoor Quads Ambassador Adam Owen himself has also participated when he’s not off final-tabling EPTs!

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There are some top players in the student community, students who have won substantial sums of money in both the live and online poker scene. Alex Spencer was studying Accounting and Finance at the University of York when he won £125,000 winning the 2014 Sky Poker UK Poker Championship.

Harry Lodge was a 21-year-old economics student at Exeter when he took down the 2015 Sky Poker 6-Max UK Poker Championship Main Event for £60,000. He recently finished third in the PokerStars Festival London High Roller for £36,000.

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From past experience the enthusiasm and passion that students have for poker is unbridled. It may not have the training and dedication exhibited by some of the rising stars of British athletics and swimming, but the ability is there. It is certainly no exaggeration that future bracelet winners may be in the UKSPC Main Event field when it kicks off in April. The poker community should certainly keep tabs on the winner – who knows where they might end up?