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Running over the field early in the day, Bob Reiter needed more than three hours heads-up to defeat Tan Hoang and earn the HPT Black Hawk Main Event title. Reiter takes home $157,614 for the victory.
'I just ran incredibly well early in the day,' said Reiter as he scored the first three eliminations of the day, taking out Matthew Wantman (9th), Jason Welch (8th) and Jacob Battenberg (7th).
Once heads-up play began, Reiter had about a 3-1 lead on Hoang. The match went jsut shy of four hours, however, before Reiter claimed the win.
'I was trying to hammer away, steal a lot of pots, and he was trying to trap me,' said Reiter. 'That was such a challenge, three hours and it feels like longer. I feel very fortunate.'
The Reiter's have new baby, two weeks old, so part of the prize money is going to necessary items.
'Definitely some diapers, We gotta get him some onesies also. We didn't know it was going to be a boy and we only have girls' clothes right now,' Reiter said.
Hoang has back-to-back HPT Black Hawk runner-up finishes, his $96,354 payday today goes along with last September's runner-up finish to Jay McVeigh here for $85,123.
Taylor Black (3rd), former HPT Black Hawk champ Thomas Fuller (4th), Eli Loewenthal (5th) and George Medina (6th) rounded out the final table finishes.
Others who earned a HPT Black Hawk Main Event cash this weekend was Danny Gonzales (10), Ed Sebesta (28), Ryan Dodson (32), David Gutfreund (34), Aaron Johnson (35), James Pupillo (37), Hill Kerby (45) and John Beauprez (50).


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by Nitya JainPosted on 26 May, 2020

With several poker rooms opening doors for visitors and players, PokerStars announced that the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) as well as European Poker Tour (EPT) Barcelona has been postponed until 2021. Additionally, other events like Road to PSPC Cannes in France, the Road to PSPC Madrid in Spain and the Manilla Super Series 14 have all been taken off the PokerStars schedule.

The press release stated, “It is with great regret that PokerStars has postponed to 2021 the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) 2020 and EPT Barcelona. The events were due to be held at Casino Barcelona, Spain in August this year. The PSPC will still take place at Casino Barcelona, although new dates for 2021 have yet to be confirmed.”

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The first-ever PSPC was held in January 2019 when the high roller event attracted a massive field of 1,039 runners to become the largest field in an event with a buy-in of $25K or more. Players were looking forward to PSPC in August 2020 at Casino Barcelona. “We realize that this news will come as a disappointment to many, but we know you will understand and appreciate why this is necessary. Our priority is the safety and good health of all our players and staff, as well as the communities that host such large events,” said Managing Director at The Stars Group Séverin Rasset in the release. “While we cannot provide exact dates at this time, we do know that the PSPC will be back bigger and better in 2021 at Casino Barcelona. Until then, we will focus on creating a life changing and memorable PokerStars experience for when we are safe and together again.”

Players would be able to win packages or Platinum Passes to the tournament which would include the €22,500 buy-in along with travel expenses as well as a 6-night stay in Barcelona. The platform has given away more than 170 passes so far and 80 more passes remain. “In the coming months, we’ll bring our players even more ways to win as we make this event a true celebration that brings the PokerStars live events community back together again. It will be worth the wait.”

“We are working tirelessly and will keep you posted as soon as we have more details to share on this, or the status of other live events currently scheduled.” The first-ever PSPC was a part of the 2019 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure festival which awarded 320 platinum passes and Ramon Colillas was crowned the eventual champion for $5 million!

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