Super Tuesday

Super Tuesday: Fepoker20 dodges, ducks, dips, dives, dodges to $69K win (10-

Coming from behind to win at a final table is never easy. Whether it's hitting a river card to stay alive after a bad flop or picking up a big pocket pair at a key moment, a lot of things need to go right for a short stack. But sometimes those things do go right. Sometimes they then keep going right...more

by Jason Kirk on October 10, 2017 11:45 PM

Super Tuesday: jobetzu overcomes smir9david's challenge for $69K victory (10

A win looked like a sure thing at this point. After entering the final table near the back of the pack, remaining patient for more than an hour and a half before finding an opening, and then surging ahead to a 77-big-blind lead as heads-up play began, Finland's jobetzu had more than six times as man...more

by Jason Kirk on October 4, 2017 12:53 AM

Super Tuesday: Ryan "newguy89" McEathron's strong year continues with $59K w

It's been a pretty good year for Ryan "newguy89" McEathron. He kicked off 2017 by winning an event during TCOOP. He followed that up with a final table appearance in the Super Tuesday on July 4th. And tonight he earned the second-biggest cash of his career - and the biggest in an outright win - with...more

by Jason Kirk on September 26, 2017 11:09 PM

Super Tuesday: NEED100KFAST returns for third time, wins $63K (8-29-17)

After playing most of the previous few hours with a slightly-above-average chip stack, Sweden's NEED100KFAST went on a quick run and entered three-handed play at tonight's Super Tuesday final with the lead. And then it disappeared. After losing one coin flip and then being coaxed into a river bluff ...more

by Jason Kirk on August 29, 2017 11:25 PM

Super Tuesday: Late surge pushes AaronBeen to $48K win (8-22-17)

Five times prior to tonight, Aaron "AaronBeen" Been had found himself at the final table of the Super Tuesday. Other than the first of those - a runner-up finish back in 2011 - he hadn't been particularly close to pulling off a win. And when tonight's final table began with him third from the bottom...more

by Jason Kirk on August 22, 2017 10:56 PM

Super Tuesday: lforoni rides chip lead to heads-up deal, $52K (8-15-17)

Brazil's lforoni had the chip lead as this week's Super Tuesday final table began and never looked like anything other than a win was possible until the table was four-handed. A series of coin flips evened out the stacks a bit at that point and suggested a few other potential outcomes. But lforoni h...more

by Jason Kirk on August 15, 2017 11:20 PM

Super Tuesday: Patient Matfrankland triumphs for $70K (8-8-17)

Chances to win a tournament as consistently tough as the Super Tuesday don't come around often, as Mathew "Matfrankland" Frankland knows well. His last chance was in 2013, when he worked a short stack into serviceable position, got in on the turn with the nut flush, and was outdrawn by a full house ...more

by Jason Kirk on August 8, 2017 11:04 PM

Super Tuesday: Kenny "SpaceyFCB" Hallaert cruises to $57K victory (8-1-17)

Past November Niner and 2017 SCOOP-High NLHE champ Kenny "SpaceyFCB" Hallaert is well-acquainted with the final table of the Super Tuesday, having appeared at it no less than three times in the past, most recently in a fourth-place finish this past March. Tonight he surpassed all his previous finish...more

by Jason Kirk on August 1, 2017 11:41 PM

Super Tuesday: Comeback bags Cashcid Linc $59K, third title (7-25-17)

Winning the Super Tuesday once is a notable feat. Winning it twice is enough to join some select company. What about a third win? That's a great question to ask Germany's Cashcid Linc. After surviving all-in coin-flip situations a few times early on, claiming the chip lead, and then losing it again,...more

by Jason Kirk on July 25, 2017 11:43 PM

Super Tuesday: theonejlle tops three-way deal for $49K (7-18-17)

A newly flush bankroll can open up all sorts of new paths for a determined poker player. Just ask theonejlle. Late last year the Brazilian player was a relatively small-time grinder, playing tournaments with buy-ins in the single digits. A final table cash worth a few thousand dollars two weeks ago ...more

by Jason Kirk on July 18, 2017 10:35 PM
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