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Buy-In: $1,000
Prize Pool: $243,379
Entrants: 257

$1,000 No-Limit Hold'em $200K GTD

  • Oct 04, '18 - Oct 07, '18
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Updates on Final Day (Oct 07, 18)

 
 

Steve Collins Wins The 2018 CPPT Derby Lane Main Event ($57,444)

Steve Collins raised to 360,000 from the button. Jose Delacruz raised all-in and Collins snap-called with the ASpade SuitAHeart Suit.

It was a cooler, with Delacruz holding the 9Spade Suit9Heart Suit.

The board ran out QHeart SuitQSpade SuitJDiamond Suit10Diamond Suit4Heart Suit and Collins’ aces held up to earn him the pot, the title and the $57,444 top prize. Delacruz earned $33,845 as the runner-up finisher.

In addition to the trophy and the money, Collins also earned 408 Card Player Player of the Year points for the win.

Here is a look at the payouts and POY points awarded at the final table:

Place Player Earnings (USD) POY Points
1 Steve Collins $57,444 408
2 Jose Delacruz $33,845 340
3 Justin Zaki $21,365 272
4 Michael Collins $16,265 204
5 Joe Hodge $13,115 170
6 Carlos Loving $10,075 136
7 Brandon Figueroa $8,250 102
8 James Egan $7,045 68
9 Peter Pompeii $6,330 34
Player Tags: Jose Delacruz,   Steve Collins
 

Jose Delacruz Shoves The River

Jose DelacruzWith a flop of 10Heart Suit8Spade Suit4Diamond Suit Steve Collins checked and Jose Delacruz bet 400,000. Collins called and the turn was the 7Club Suit. Collins check-called again, this time for 500,000.

The river was the ASpade Suit and Collins checked again. Delacruz thought for a while and then moved all-in. Collins considered it for a few minutes before folding.

Player Tags: Jose Delacruz
 

Delacruz Takes One On The Turn

Steve Collins raised to 240,000 from the button and Jose Delacruz called from the big blind.

Both players checked after the flop brought the 7Spade Suit7Heart Suit7Club Suit. The turn was the JClub Suit and Delacruz bet 340,000 and Collins folded.

 

Level 28

Players have returned from break to increased blinds of 60,000-120,000 with a big blind ante of 60,000.

 

Heads-Up Chip Counts

Steve Collins – 10,270,000
Jose Delacruz – 2,560,000

 

Break

Players are now on a ten-minute break following the completion of level 27.

 

Justin Zaki Eliminated In Third Place ($21,365)

Justin ZakiJustin Zaki moved all-in with the AClub SuitKClub Suit and Steve Collins quickly called with the KDiamond SuitKHeart Suit.

the board ran out 7Heart Suit6Club Suit4Club Suit5Heart SuitJSpade Suit and Zaki was knocked out in third palce, taking home $21,365.

Player Tags: Justin Zaki
 

Mike Collins Eliminated In 4th Place ($16,265)

Mike CollinsMike Collins moved all-in from the small blind and Justin Zaki called from the big blind with the KHeart Suit9Diamond Suit. Collins held the 10Diamond Suit7Diamond Suit.

The board ran out QHeart Suit4Club SuitKSpade SuitJClub Suit and Zaki paired his king to secure the pot and send Collins to the rail in fourth place. He earned $16,265 for his deep run in this event.

Player Tags: Michael Collins
 

Steve Collins Doubles Through Mike Collins In Huge Pot

Steve CollinsMike Collins raised to 400,000 from the button and Steve Collins called from the big blind. The flop brought the 10Heart Suit9Diamond Suit2Club Suit and Steve Collins checked. Mike Collins bet 600,000 and Steve Collins called. The turn was the KHeart Suit and Steve Collins checked. Mike Collins announced all-in and Steve Collins called for his last 1,970,000, showing the QHeart SuitJHeart Suit for a straight. Mike Collins had the 10Spade Suit9Club Suit for two pair.

The river was the 3Diamond Suit and Steve Collins doubled up, leaving Mike Collins as the shortest stack.

Player Tags: Michael Collins
 

Delacruz Three-Bets, Takes It Down

Jose DelacruzJustin Zaki raised to 250,000 from under the gun. Steve Collins called from the button. Jose Delacruz re-raised to 850,000. Both opponents folded and Delacruz took down the pot.

Player Tags: Jose Delacruz
 
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