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Buy-In: $1,100
Prize Pool: $586,850
Entrants: 521

$1,100 No-Limit Hold'em

  • Oct 10, '15 - Oct 14, '15


Updates on Final Day (Oct 14, 15)


Oddie Dardon Wins Card Player Poker Tour Bicycle Main Event

Oddie Dardon

An Ace on the river sealed the deal for Osmin “Oddie” Dardon. After coming into the final day of the Card Player Poker Tour Bicycle Casino $1,100 main event, Darden battled through the final 17 players, the last of which was Florida pro Lily Kiletto to win $155,535.

Killeto proved a worthy opponent not only for Darden, but the rest of the remaining players on day 3. With just 12 big blinds when the official final table began, she was the only player with less than one million in chips at the time, the next shortest stack having nearly twice as many chips.

The final hand began when Dardon made it 650,000 from the button and Kiletto shipped all in for about 1,850,000. Dardon called and the hands were tabled with Dardon showing ASpade SuitKHeart Suit against Kiletto’s KDiamond Suit7Diamond Suit

A flop of 5Diamond Suit6Heart Suit4Club Suit, gave Kiletto an open-ended straight draw and she paired up with the 7Club Suit on the turn. With Kiletto in the lead Dardon was drawing for one of the three remaining aces to win, and end, the tournament, or an eight for a chop.

Lily KilettoUnfortunately for Kiletto, the tough-fought battle ended when the AClub Suit drilled the river, giving Dardon a superior pair for the win. Kiletto collected $85,095 in prize money for her second place finish.

In all, Dardon bested a field of 521 players including 2015 World Series of Poker November Niner Max Steinberg, two-time World Series of Poker bracelet winners John Monnette and Dan Heimiller, WSOP bracelet winners Sam Stein, Marco Johnson, Cord Garcia and Barry Hutter and World Poker Tour champion Eric Hershler.

The win marks Dardon’s third largest live cash to date, being outdone only by his 2008 World Poker Tour third place finish in the Fiesta Al Lago for $506,245 and a third place finish in the 2008 World Series of Poker $1,500 no-limit hold’em for $243,734. With an additional $155,535 to his name, Dardon now has over $1.7 million in live tournament cashes.

The prize is also the largest first place payout of Season III of the CPPT and makes Dardon the highest earner on the tour this year.

Going into the tournament, Kiletto had just over $500,000 in live tournament results. The $85,095 she earned for her CPPT runner-up finish is the third largest score of her live career. Kiletto finished runner-up in the 2013 WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open in 2013 for $191,880 and fifth in the tour’s Playground Poker Fall Classic later that same year for $129,543.

Notable in-the-money finishes included Nipun Java (51st $2,405), Matt Salsberg ($47th $2,405), Chris Grigorian (33rd $3,110), Jordan Cristos (26th $3,460), Valentin Vornicu (22nd $3,930), Monnette (11th $7,275) and Nathan Bjerno (10th $7,275).

*Main Event Results *

1st Osmin “Oddie” Dardon $155,535
2nd Lily Kiletto $85,095
3rd Duey Duong $50,000
4th Mark Hamilton $38,145
5th Brent Hart $28,990
6th Lu Wang $22,595
7th Xuan Nguyen $17,605
8th Behzad Javadzadeh $13,675
9th Jordan Warkol $10,270
Player Tags: Osmin Dardon

Watch The 2015 CPPT Bike Final Table On Live At The Bike!

Check out the final table of the 2015 Card Player Poker Tour Big Poker Oktober $1,100 no-limit hold’em main event, streamed by Live At The Bike, with hole cards (on a 30 minute delay) below. The stream features commentary from Alex Outhred and Raouf Malek:


Lily Kiletto Eliminated in 2nd Place ($85,095)

Lily KilettoOsmin Dardon made it 650,000 from the button and Lily Kiletto shipped all in for approximately 1,850,000 from the big blind. Dardon called and the hands were turned over.

Dardon: ASpade SuitKHeart Suit
Kiletto: KDiamond Suit7Diamond Suit

The flop came down 5Diamond Suit6Heart Suit4Club Suit, giving Kiletto an open-ended straight draw. Kiletto paired up with the 7Club Suit on the turn, giving her the lead in the hand and leaving Dardon drawing for one of the three remaining aces to win or an eight for a chop.

Unfortunately for Kiletto, the AClub Suit drilled the river, giving Dardon a superior pair for the win. Kiletto finished as the runner-up and collected $85,095 in prize money.

Osmin Dardon – 18,175,000
Lily Kiletto – Eliminated

Player Tags: Osmin Dardon,   Lily Kiletto

Level 35

Blinds are up to 150,000 – 300,000 with an ante of 50,000.



The players are now on a 10-minute break.


Kiletto Doubles Up

Killeto moved all in from the button and Dardon quickly called.

Kiletto: AClub Suit8Spade Suit
Dardon: 9Diamond Suit4Club Suit

The board ran out KSpade Suit10Club Suit4Spade Suit2Spade Suit8Diamond Suit. Dardon paired on the flop to take the lead but Kiletto hit a higher pair on the river to double up and survive.

She now sits with 2,350,000 in chips to Dardon’s 15,825,000.


Dardon Doubles and Takes Massive Lead

Osmin Dardon raised to 550,000 from the button only to have Lily Kiletto three-bet to 2,000,000 from the big blind. Dardon wasted little time four-betting to 4,000,000 in reply. Kiletto five-bet all in and Dardon called for his tournament life of 8,450,000.

Dardon: QDiamond SuitQSpade Suit
Kiletto: 8Diamond Suit8Spade Suit

The board came ASpade SuitTClub Suit7Club Suit6Spade SuitKHeart Suit, keeping Dardon’s queens in the lead. He doubled to 17,025,000, leaving Kiletto with just 1,150,000 in chips.

Osmin Dardon – 17,025,000
Lily Kiletto – 1,150,000

Player Tags: Osmin Dardon,   Lily Kiletto

Dardon Makes The Call

With a flop of QHeart SuitQDiamond Suit9Diamond Suit Lily Kiletto checked and Osmin Dardon bet 500,000. Kiletto called abd the turn brought the 2Club Suit.

Both players checked and the river brought the JHeart Suit.

Kiletto bet ou 900,000 and after just a brief moment of thought Dardon called.

Kiletto rolled over the KHeart Suit4Heart Suit for king high.

“What’s that? My glasses are too dark,” said Dardon as he flipped over the KSpade Suit9Club Suit for queens and nines with a king kicker.

He raked in the pot and chipped up to 8.6 million.

Player Tags: Osmin Dardon

Kiletto Takes The Lead

After picking up several smaller to medium sized pots Kiletto has overtaken the lead.

Kiletto: 9,700,000
Dardon: 8,475,000


Level 34

Blinds are up to 125,000 – 250,000 with an ante of 50,000 for level 34.

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