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Venetian Deep Stack Extravaganza III Results -- Events 1, 4 and 5

Take A Look At The Latest Results


The Venetian Deep Stack Extravaganza III recently kicked off its series of more than 200 events running all summer long on the Strip.

The Card Player Poker Tour has partnered with the property to provide reports and live coverage, including a live final table stream, of the $5,000 buy-in main event which starts July 13.

Here’s a look at the latest results.

Steven LustigEvent No. 1 — Limit Omaha Eight-Or-Better

Buy-in: $400
Entrants: 62
Prize Pool: $21,080

Place Player Name Payout POY Points
1 Steven Lustig $6,746 72
2 Michael Stanko $4,216 60
3 John Catlett $2,761 48
4 Tyler Schwecke $2,003 36
5 Thomas Dolan $1,476 30
6 Jon Seaman $1,159 24
7 Daniel Bakker $1,012 18
8 Devin Hanneman $906 12
9 Yury Yagur $801 6

Brandon WallaceEvent No. 3 — No-Limit Hold’em Green Chip Bounty

Buy-in: $250
Entrants: 35
Prize Pool: $7,350

Place Player Name Payout
1 Brandon Wallace $2,571
2 Charles Hicks $1,838
3 Andrew Taylor $1,470
4 Ole Bjorn $956
5 Jorgen Thorkildsen $515

Jon SeamanEvent No. 5 — Limit Hold’em

Buy-in: $500
Entrants: 17
Prize Pool: $7,310

Place Player Name Payout
1 Jon Seaman $3,655
2 Bao Cao $2,193
3 Michael Parizon $1,462

Rooms are now available at The Venetian and Palazzo Hotel and Casino for the duration of the Extravaganza. The special rates are: $109 weekday (Sunday to Thursday) and $169 weekend (Friday to Saturday) (based on availability). You can make Reservations by calling 1-877-444-3777 and referencing group code #CP35A1.

Poker suite rates apply to all DSE events $400 and higher or six hours of cash play per day in Las Vegas’ largest poker room. To receive room rates you must book using the group code at the number above prior to checking in. The poker room rate may apply for these dates. Please contact the poker room for further information about the poker room rate.

For a full look at the Venetian DSE III schedule, click here.



over 8 years ago

lol! 17 players and this is news?sad day in poker media...