$125 NLH Partner Event
The final three teams agreed to do an ICM chop, and Max Zelensky and Kevin Hess were the first of the three teams to be eliminated. Richard Garza and Harry Stanley went up against Team Doppelgangers, Max Brown and Ryan Leonis, and they battled for a while before deciding to chop the trophies. There were two of them, so each team took one home. Since Team Doppelgangers finished ahead ICM-wise, they signed for first place and secured the $600 Main Event seat. Congratulations!
Brown and Leonis hail from St. Carlos, California and Portland, Oregon, respectively, and play "professionally-ish". They play both cash games and tournaments, and are regulars on the Run it Up Reno scene. Leonis now has two wins here and five cashes - all final tables.
Garza and Stanley are regulars here in Reno at the Peppermill. Garza is a mechanical engineer and Stanley is a machinist. Both gentlemen love to play poker and have been in the industry for a long time. Garza said, "We were the oldest guys playing here! For old farts we did okay."
Congratulations to everyone for their deep runs in this fun event!
Here's a look at the final results for this event:
1st place: Max Zelensky and Kevin Hess - $1,685 (chop)
2nd place: Max Brown and Ryan Leonis - $1,650 + $600 Main Event Seat (chop)
3rd place: Richard Garza and Harry Stanley - $1,540 (chop)
4th place: Harry Corvese and Pablo Ortiz - $775
5th place: Travis Francis - $550
6th place: Thomas Dominguez - $385
7th place: Jessica Berry - $285
8th place: Andre Hengchua and Joe the Professional - $230
9th place: David Lander and Anthony Abrego - $200
10th place: Isaac Leung - $200
11th place: Sherry Byrd - $200
12th place: Louis Sullivan - $200