$235 6-Max 8-Game Championship Prizepool

 The 6-Max 8-Game Championship field

The 6-Max 8-Game Championship field

Another event growing over October, another guarantee met, it is just another day at Run It Up Reno though.

Registration is closed in the $235 6-Max 8-Game Championship and the field came in at 115 entries, up from 112 back in October. That field generated a $23,000 prizepool, which will be split among the top 18 finishers. Here is a look at the payouts:

Run it Up Reno $235 6-Max 8-Game Championship
Registration Closed

Total Entries: 115
Players Remaining: 71

Total Prizepool: $23,000 + $600 Main Event seat
Places Paid: 18

1st place: $5,215
2nd place: $3,900
3rd place: $2,900
4th place: $2,000
5th place: $1,425
6th place: $1,050
7th-8th place: $780
9th-10th place: $645
11th-12th place: $540
13th-15th place: $460
16th-18th place: $400

Reigning champ Jordan Spirlun just busted, so we will be crowning a new 8-Game king or queen in this tournament. Perhaps it will be poker pro Dan O'Brien, who showed and joined the field shortly before registration closes.