Hustler Casino Surpasses Guarantees At Poker Tournament Series
2012 Liz Flynt Fall Classic Finished On Halloween
Hustler Casino, in Gardena, California, had a successful 2012 Liz Flynt Fall Classic, which wrapped up on Wednesday, Oct. 31.
The first event of the series had a guarantee of $100,000, but surpassed that with a total prize pool of $153,920. Matt Salsberg beat out the field for $30,000 in prize money.
The third event had a guarantee of $150,000 and crushed it with a total prize pool of $256,579. Moshe Manzur won for $58,000.
Event six had a guarantee of $250,000 and obliterated it by nearly $200,000. The final prize pool was $422,010. James Sileo was the last man standing and scooped $100,000.
The next big tournament series at Hustler Casino is Larry Flynt’s Holiday Classic, which starts on Nov. 23 and concludes on Dec. 17.
Hustler Casino, which opened in 2000, sits about 15 miles from Downtown Los Angeles. The property, also known for its rewards program and customer service, is less than 12 miles from Los Angeles International Airport.
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