2015 MNPokerMag Player of the Year Update:
Category: Tournament News
Rob Wazwaz does it again! Just one week after winning the Big Stack Avalanche tournament for $36,297, Wazwaz wins the 2015 Great MN Freeze Out at Canterbury Park for $41,109!
Day 1 of the Canterbury Park Great MN Freeze Out is complete, they $1,100 buy-in event attracted 163 runners with 41 advancing to Sunday’s Day 2.
The Grand Series at Grand Casino Mille Lacs is back February 21 – March 1. The popular series to northern Minnesota players will include several prelim events, qualifiers and boast a $100,000 Guaranteed Main Event prize pool.
Just like the sun comes up every day, Blake Bohn bagged another chip-leading stack. The Great MN Freeze Out attracted 74 runners for Day 1a and 17 advanced to Sunday’s Day 2.
Congrats to Rob Wazwaz of Brooklyn Park who defeated a 297-entrant field to win the Big Stack Avalanche tournament at Running Aces.
The 2015 Great Minnesota Freeze Out at Canterbury Park is underway – qualifiers for the $1,100 Main Event began last Friday and will continue throughout the week.
With his two deep runs in the iNinja and Big Stack Avalanche, Christian Pham is out to an early lead in the 2015 MNPokerMag Player of the Year race.
Day 1 of the $500 Big Stack Avalanche at Running Aces Card Club is in the books. The two-flight Main Event attracted 297 total entrants.
The Running Aces Avalanche tournament kicked off Friday night and attracted 169 runners for Flight 1a of the $500 buy-in event.