Friday, June 12, 2020

Isle Casino Pompano Park Re-Opening June 13th, Poker Room To Remain Closed



Although the Isle Casino Pompano Park Casino will be opening tomorrow (June 13th), the poker room will not be open to guests at this time.  Updates will be posted here on the blog, as well as Isle Casino's social media outlets (and online at www.islepompanopark.com).

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Isle Casino Pompano Park Poker Room To Close At 7:00PM This Evening (March 17th, 2020)


At Isle Casino Pompano, the health and safety of our guests and employees are of the utmost importance.  As such, we will be closing our Poker Room at 7 pm Tuesday, March 17 until further notice. We are closely monitoring and analyzing COVID-19 developments and will continue to follow the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) and local, national and international health agencies and are taking the recommended actions to comply with their directives.

Tuesday, March 17th: "Tournament Tuesday" Hosts Popular Events, While High Hands Continue To Attract

ICYMI: Monday's recurring schedule did not host any tournaments, so there are no official results to be published this morning.

Tournaments: Tuesday's action gets underway at 11:00am, with the $120 Omaha 8B Hi/Lo event, which will run without a posted guarantee.  The tournament is structured with 12,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and registration that is open through Level 8.

In the evening time slot, we have the $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster," one of (if not) the most popular recurring tournaments on the schedule.  The event is structured with 50,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and registration that is open through Level 8.

Promotions: The day's promotions begin at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-12:00am.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

From 12:00am-3:00am, $50 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.

11:00am - $120 Omaha 8B Hi/Lo 

- Players start with 12,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes

6:00pm - $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster"

- Players start with 50,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes

Monday, March 16, 2020

ICYMI: Wednesday's High Hands Postponed, Standard High Hands Will Be In Place


Wednesday's scheduled high hand promotion ($1,000 at the top of the hour, $400 at the bottom of the hour) has been postponed, with the 2:00pm-10:00pm time period to award the "standard" high hands of $300 (every 30 minutes).

Monday, March 16th: "Turbo High Hands" Open The Door, Followed By $300 High Hands Every (30) Minutes

ICYMI: Sunday's recurring schedule did not host any tournaments, so there are no official results to be published this morning.

Tournaments: There are no tournaments on today's recurring schedule, but those still looking for events to play, can circle Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday (when there are recurring tournaments scheduled).

Promotions: The day's promotions begin at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-12:00am.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

From 12:00am-3:00am, $50 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Sunday, March 15th: With The Recurring Tournament Schedule On A Brief Break, High Hands Step To The Front!!!

ICYMI: Of the two tournaments on yesterday's schedule, the evening $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ran as scheduled.  Registration for the tournament would close with (21) entries, and an official prize pool of $2,037.  Three spots were scheduled to reach the money, and after the elimination of Joseph Kearns in third place ($407), the final two players agreed to a heads-up chop.  Official results from the tournament are listed below:
  1. Ian Cohen (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $874
  2. Michael Sherbondy (Pompano Beach, FL) $756
  3. Joseph Kearns (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $407
Promotions: The day's promotions begin at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-12:00am.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

From 12:00am-3:00am, $50 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Saturday, March 14th: Promotions Still In Full Swing, Including Tonight's $500 High Hands (6:00PM-12:00AM)!!!

ICYMI: There are no results to post from Friday's action (as there were no tournaments), but it is important to remind players of yesterday's announcement.  The 2020 Battles At The Beach was postponed yesterday afternoon, along with a shift in the recurring tournament calendar moving forward (guarantees have been removed).  The daily promotions will continue to run as scheduled, including tonight's $500 high hands (from 6:00pm-Midnight).

Tournaments: Today's tournament schedule kicks off at 11:00am, with an $80 No Limit Hold'em.  The event is structured with 12,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and has registration that is open through Level 8.

Saturday's headlining tournament is in the 6:00pm time slot, and is a $130 No Limit Hold'em event. The event is structured with 30,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and has registration open through Level 8.

Promotions: Beginning at 9:00am (every day of the week), $100 high hands will be awarded every (10) minutes, with rollovers applying. Because of those rollovers, we have seen the 9:00am-12:00pm period award prizes of $400...$700...even $1,000, over the past month.

The "standard" high hands will be awarding $300 every (30) minutes (from 12:00pm-6:00pm).  Every jackpot game is eligible for the same amount, with the full $150 being rewarded to those that use one card to make the high hand.  For those players in tournaments, high hands are worth $100.

At 6:00pm, the high hands grow even larger, as $500 will be awarded every (30) minutes.  The winning high hands made with one card (during the 6:00pm-midnight period) will be awarded $250.

From 12:00am-9:00am, the high hand will be awarded $100 every (60) minutes.

11:00am - $80 No Limit Hold'em

- Players start with 12,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes

6:00pm - $130 No Limit Hold'em

- Players start with 30,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes

Friday, March 13, 2020

ICYMI: 2020 Battles At The Beach Postponed

ISLE CASINO POKER TOURNAMENT UPDATE

Pompano Beach, Fla. (March 13th, 2020) - Due to current events, the Battles At The Beach poker tournament series, has been postponed.  All Daily tournaments will take place, but will not longer have any posted guarantees.

Cash games, along with our current poker promotions, will continue to operate as scheduled.

The health and safety of our Guests and Team Members are of the utmost importance, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.  We will continue to provide updates as they become available.

Friday, March 13th: Alberto Faur Tops Three-Way Chop Of "Chip Buster," While $500 High Hands Return This Evening (6:00PM-Midnight)!!!

ICYMI: Outside of the two mega-satellites for the Battles At The Beach, yesterday's tournament schedule hosted the $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD).  Players continued to show up strong, as the field closed with a total of (47) entries, and an official prize pool of $4,559.  Seven spots were scheduled to get paid, and post money-bubble, action would play down to the point where things were three-handed.  The remaining players would agree to a chop, with Alberto Faur (Miami, FL) taking home first place money ($1,510).  A full list of official results are posted below:
  1. Alberto Faur (Miami, FL) $1,510
  2. Richard Freedman (Tamarac, FL) $1,121
  3. Irwin Block (Deerfield Beach, FL) $833
  4. Donald Abdelhay (Deerfield Beach, FL) $456
  5. George Fountoulakis (Stuart, FL) $365
  6. Blaine McRae (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $274
Tournaments: With the month of March now upon us, and the tournament schedule recently released, players may have noticed the proliferation of satellites (for the 2020 Battles At The Beach).  The premier day for satellites is on March 19th, as there will be at least (30) seats awarded into the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em Main Event ($250,000 GTD).  Leading up to those mega-satellites, there are (31) step-satellites that players can choose from, trying to gain entry for a fraction of the price.  There are three step-satellites on today's schedule, playing out at 11:00am, 3:00pm, and 6:00pm.

Promotions: Beginning at 9:00am (every day of the week), $100 high hands will be awarded every (10) minutes, with rollovers applying. Because of those rollovers, we have seen the 9:00am-12:00pm period award prizes of $400...$700...even $1,000, over the past month.

The "standard" high hands will be awarding $300 every (30) minutes (from 12:00pm-6:00pm).  Every jackpot game is eligible for the same amount, with the full $150 being rewarded to those that use one card to make the high hand.  For those players in tournaments, high hands are worth $100.

At 6:00pm, the high hands grow even larger, as $500 will be awarded every (30) minutes.  The winning high hands made with one card (during the 6:00pm-midnight period) will be awarded $250.

From 12:00am-9:00am, the high hand will be awarded $100 every (60) minutes.

11:00am - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

3:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

6:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Thursday, March 12th: Wednesday's High Hand Promotion A Big It, With It's Return On March 18th!!!

Tournaments: With the month of March now upon us, and the tournament schedule recently released, players may have noticed the proliferation of satellites (for the 2020 Battles At The Beach).  The premier day for satellites is on March 19th, as there will be at least (30) seats awarded into the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em Main Event ($250,000 GTD).  Leading up to those mega-satellites, there are (31) step-satellites that players can choose from, trying to gain entry for a fraction of the price.  There are two step-satellites on today's schedule, playing out at 11:00am and 3:00pm.

In the evening time slot, we have the $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD), one of (if not) the most popular recurring tournaments on the schedule.  The event is structured with 50,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and registration that is open through Level 8.

Promotions: The day's promotions begin at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-12:00am.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

From 12:00am-3:00am, $50 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.

11:00am - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

3:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

6:00pm - $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD)

- Players start with 50,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Wednesday, March 11th: Tuesday's "Chip Buster" Lives Up To Name, While Today's Promotions See $1,000/$400 High Hands Take Center Stage (2:00PM-10:00PM)!!!!

ICYMI: Tuesday's tournament action kicked off at 11:00am, with the $120 Omaha 8B Hi/Lo event, which boasted a $2,000 guaranteed prize pool.  The registration period was open for just under three hours, and when the window closed, the field would have just enough entries to reach the guarantee (21 entries).  Three places were scheduled to get paid, and once the money bubble burst, a three-way deal was agreed to, with Stephen Reid walking away with first place money ($832).  Official results from the afternoon event are listed below:
  1. Stephen Reid (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $832
  2. Ricardo Quintero (Miramar, FL) $652
  3. Gernie Moorehead (Lake Worth, FL) $553
The $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD) was in the evening time slot, and if we haven't said it enough...this is the recurring tournament you do not want to miss!!!  Last night's installment attracted a total of (64) entries, which equated to an eye-popping prize pool of $6,208.  Eight players were scheduled to reach the money, with first place in line to see a return of $2,235.  The money bubble would burst late in the evening, and after two in-the-money eliminations, a six-way (even) chop was agreed to.  Official results from the evening tournament are posted below:
  1. Dustin Clark (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $951
  2. Lloyd Nastase (Coral Springs, FL) $951
  3. Donald Abdelhay (Montreal, Canada) $951
  4. Bhattaram Varunkumar (West Palm Beach, FL) $951
  5. Jonathan Jimenez (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $951
  6. Zaki Lichaa (Pompano Beach, FL) $951
  7. Craig Dritz (McDonough, GA) $279
  8. Ed Rappa (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $223
Tournaments: With the month of March now upon us, and the tournament schedule recently released, players may have noticed the proliferation of satellites (for the 2020 Battles At The Beach).  The premier day for satellites is on March 19th, as there will be at least (30) seats awarded into the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em Main Event ($250,000 GTD).  Leading up to those mega-satellites, there are (31) step-satellites that players can choose from, trying to gain entry for a fraction of the price.  There are two step-satellites on today's schedule, playing out at 11:00am and 6:00pm.

Promotions: The day's promotions begin at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-2:00pm.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

At 2:00pm, we see a big shift in the promotion, as the qualifying high hands will be awarded every (30) minutes...with the top of the hour high (:00) hands winning $1,000, and the bottom of the hour (:30) high hands winning $400.  The promotion will run through 10:00pm, and during that eight-hour time period, qualifying high hands can be made using one or two cards (same promotional prize will be paid).  Rollovers will also apply during the 2:00pm-10:00pm time period!!!

The standard high hand promotion then returns for the 10:00pm-12:00am period.
From 12:00am-3:00am, $50 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.

11:00am - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

6:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Tuesday, March 10th: "Tournament Tuesday" Sure To Attract Big Numbers, With A Mega-Satellite Sprinkled In The Mix (3:00PM)

Tournaments: Tuesday's action gets underway at 11:00am, with the $120 Omaha 8B Hi/Lo event, which has a $1,500 guaranteed prize pool.  The tournament is structured with 12,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and registration that is open through Level 8.

In the evening time slot, we have the $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD), one of (if not) the most popular recurring tournaments on the schedule.  The event is structured with 50,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and registration that is open through Level 8.

Promotions: The day's promotions begin at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-12:00am.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

From 12:00am-3:00am, $50 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.


11:00am - $120 Omaha 8B Hi/Lo ($2,000 GTD)

- Players start with 12,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes

3:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

6:00pm - $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD)

- Players start with 50,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes

Monday, March 9, 2020

Monday, March 9th: With The Battles At The Beach Less Than A Week Away, Step-Satellites Are Front And Center Once Again

Tournaments: With the month of March now upon us, and the tournament schedule recently released, players may have noticed the proliferation of satellites (for the 2020 Battles At The Beach).  The premier day for satellites is on March 19th, as there will be at least (30) seats awarded into the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em Main Event ($250,000 GTD).  Leading up to those mega-satellites, there are (31) step-satellites that players can choose from, trying to gain entry for a fraction of the price.  There are two step-satellites on today's schedule, playing out at 11:00am and 6:00pm.

Promotions: The day's promotions begin at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-12:00am.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

From 12:00am-3:00am, $50 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.

11:00am - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

6:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

Sunday, March 8, 2020

Sunday, March 8th: Raminder Singh Tops Saturday's $10,000 GTD (In Three-Way Chop), As The Battles Of The Beach Main Event Step-Satellites Return

ICYMI: Saturday's tournament slate kicked off at 11:00am, with the $80 No Limit Hold'em ($1,000 GTD) event.  The tournament's field would attract the exact number of entries needed, to eclipse the posted guarantee.  Of the (18) total entries, two players were scheduled to reach the money, but a three-way deal was agreed to on the money bubble.  Official results of the afternoon event are listed below:
  1. Jose Cabrera (Coral Springs, FL) $513
  2. Michael Sherbondly (Pompano Beach, FL) $308
  3. Rafael Sicionano (West Palm Beach, FL) $205
The day's headlining tournament was in the 6:00pm time slot, as players showed out strong for the $130 No Limit Hold'em ($10,000 GTD).  This particular tournament has surpassed it's posted guarantee every single time (since it's return to the recurring tournament schedule).  Last night's installment attracted a total of (115) entries, with (15) players reaching the money.  After the money bubble burst, action would continue until play was three-handed, at which point an even chop was agreed to.  The name on top of the payouts was a familiar one, as everyone's favorite amateur (Raminder Singh) adds another Isle Casino Pompano Park tournament title to his resume.  Official results from the tournament are listed below:
  1. Raminder Singh (Delray Beach, FL) $2,180
  2. Willie Wiggins (Pembroke Pines, FL) $2,180
  3. Brian Darrow (Pompano Beach, FL) $2,180
  4. Jose Aldorino (Miami Beach, FL) $783
  5. Herman Alter (Miami, FL) $591
  6. Michael Weinberg (Delray Beach, FL) $491
  7. Daniel Olamick (New York, NY) $424
  8. Paul Freedman (Seabrook, NH) $374
  9. Charles Patruzzi (Deerfield Beach, FL) $329
  10. Karin Powsner (Pompano Beach, FL) $290
  11. Nathaniel Moore (Boca Raton, FL) $290
  12. Jairo Velazquez (Sunrise, FL) $290
  13. Mohan Navani (Miami, FL) $251
  14. Bradley Grossman (New York, NY) $251
  15. Sean Gillings (Houston, TX) $251
Tournaments: With the month of March now upon us, and the tournament schedule recently released, players may have noticed the proliferation of satellites (for the 2020 Battles At The Beach).  The premier day for satellites is on March 19th, as there will be at least (30) seats awarded into the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em Main Event ($250,000 GTD).  Leading up to those mega-satellites, there are (31) step-satellites that players can choose from, trying to gain entry for a fraction of the price.  There are two step-satellites on today's schedule, playing out at 11:00am and 6:00pm.

Promotions: The day's promotions begin at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-12:00am.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

From 12:00am-3:00am, $50 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.

11:00am - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

6:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

Saturday, March 7, 2020

Saturday, March 7th: $130 No Limit Hold'em ($10,000 GTD) Looking To Eclipse Record Numbers, $500 High Hands For Cash Game Players

Tournaments: Today's tournament schedule kicks off at 11:00am, with an $80 No Limit Hold'em ($1,000 GTD).  The event is structured with 12,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and has registration that is open through Level 8.

Sandwiched between the afternoon and evening tournaments, is another $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite into the $340 Mega-Satellite for the Battles At The Beach Main Event (1 Seat GTD).

Saturday's headlining tournament is in the 6:00pm time, and is a $130 No Limit Hold'em event, that boasts a $10,000 guarantee!! The event is structured with 30,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and has registration open through Level 8.

Promotions: Beginning at 9:00am (every day of the week), $100 high hands will be awarded every (10) minutes, with rollovers applying. Because of those rollovers, we have seen the 9:00am-12:00pm period award prizes of $400...$700...even $1,000, over the past month.

The "standard" high hands will be awarding $300 every (30) minutes (from 12:00pm-6:00pm).  Every jackpot game is eligible for the same amount, with the full $150 being rewarded to those that use one card to make the high hand.  For those players in tournaments, high hands are worth $100.

At 6:00pm, the high hands grow even larger, as $500 will be awarded every (30) minutes.  The winning high hands made with one card (during the 6:00pm-midnight period) will be awarded $250.

From 12:00am-9:00am, the high hand will be awarded $100 every (60) minutes.

11:00am - $80 No Limit Hold'em ($1,000 GTD)

- Players start with 12,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes

3:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

6:00pm - $130 No Limit Hold'em ($10,000 GTD)

- Players start with 30,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes

Friday, March 6, 2020

Friday, March 6th: With The Weekend's Arrival, Comes The $500 High Hands (6:00PM-Midnight)!!!

ICYMI: If you're looking for an evening tournament with incredible value, look no further than the $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD).  The Tuesday and Thursday night staple has been crushing the guarantee for months now, with last night's installment being no different.  Registration for the tournament closed with (56) entries in the field, which equated to a prize pool of $5,432.  A total of seven players were scheduled to reach the money, with first place to walk away with $2,011.  That number eventually got adjusted, as the tournament ended in an eight-way chop, with the official results listed below:
  1. Jose Aldorino (Miami, FL) $987
  2. Joseph Ryan (New York, NY) $804
  3. Evgeny Obraztsov (Hollywood, FL) $750
  4. Blaine McRae (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $648
  5. Zaki Lichaa (Pompano Beach, FL) $641
  6. Robert Gelin (Boynton Beach, FL) $621
  7. Chrystie Dario (Boynton Beach, FL) $532
  8. Varunkumar Bhattaram (West Palm Beach, FL) $449
Tournaments: With the month of March now upon us, and the tournament schedule recently released, players may have noticed the proliferation of satellites (for the 2020 Battles At The Beach).  The premier day for satellites is on March 19th, as there will be at least (30) seats awarded into the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em Main Event ($250,000 GTD).  Leading up to those mega-satellites, there are (31) step-satellites that players can choose from, trying to gain entry for a fraction of the price.  There are three step-satellites on today's schedule, playing out at 11:00am, 3:00pm, and 6:00pm.

Promotions: Beginning at 9:00am (every day of the week), $100 high hands will be awarded every (10) minutes, with rollovers applying. Because of those rollovers, we have seen the 9:00am-12:00pm period award prizes of $400...$700...even $1,000, over the past month.

The "standard" high hands will be awarding $300 every (30) minutes (from 12:00pm-6:00pm).  Every jackpot game is eligible for the same amount, with the full $150 being rewarded to those that use one card to make the high hand.  For those players in tournaments, high hands are worth $100.

At 6:00pm, the high hands grow even larger, as $500 will be awarded every (30) minutes.  The winning high hands made with one card (during the 6:00pm-midnight period) will be awarded $250.

From 12:00am-9:00am, the high hand will be awarded $100 every (60) minutes.

11:00am - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

3:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

6:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

Thursday, March 5, 2020

Thursday, March 5th: More Chances To Satellite Into Battles At The Beach Main Event, But It Wouldn't Be Thursday With The "Chip Buster"!!!

Tournaments: With the month of March now upon us, and the tournament schedule recently released, players may have noticed the proliferation of satellites (for the 2020 Battles At The Beach).  The premier day for satellites is on March 19th, as there will be at least (30) seats awarded into the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em Main Event ($250,000 GTD).  Leading up to those mega-satellites, there are (31) step-satellites that players can choose from, trying to gain entry for a fraction of the price.  There are two step-satellites on today's schedule, playing out at 11:00am and 3:00pm.

In the evening time slot, we have the $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD), one of (if not) the most popular recurring tournaments on the schedule.  The event is structured with 50,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and registration that is open through Level 8.

Promotions: The day's promotions begin at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-12:00am.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

From 12:00am-3:00am, $50 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.

11:00am - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

3:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

6:00pm - $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD)

- Players start with 50,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Wednesday, March 4th: Recapping Tuesday's Tournament Action, With Step-Satellites Returning To The Spotlight

ICYMI: "Tournament Tuesday" kicked off at 11:00am yesterday afternoon, with a $120 Omaha 8B Hi/Lo event, that boasted a $2,000 guaranteed prize pool.  That number would be surpassed, as registration for the tournament closed with a total of (26) entries, an an official prize pool of $2,522.  Four players were scheduled to earn a share of the prize pool, but players agreed to a seven-way chop (short of the money bubble), with results listed below:
  1. Robert Herrera (Margate, FL) $535
  2. Robert Altner (Boca Raton, FL) $511
  3. Mark Robinson (Miami, FL) $475
  4. Ronald Schroeder (Pembroke Pines, FL) $436
  5. Aubrey Gilbert (Boca Raton, FL) $352
  6. Marty Raschkovan (Tamarac, FL) $120
  7. Charles Jacoby (Coral Springs, FL) $93
The evening time slot (6:00pm) hosted another installment of the $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD), which cruised past the guarantee once again.  At the time of registration's close, the tournament clock showed (50) entries, and an official prize pool of $4,850.  A total of seven places were scheduled to get paid, and after the money bubble burst, a seven-way chop was agreed to.  Official results of the tournament are listed below:
  1. David Herzog (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $936
  2. Robert Cox (Coral Springs, FL) $750
  3. Harry Silver (Boca Raton, FL) $719
  4. Mohamad Mbaied (Boca Raton, FL) $699
  5. Zaki Lichaa (Pompano Beach, FL) $630
  6. Alberto Faur (Miami, FL) $617
  7. Kenneth Green (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $499
Tournaments: With the month of March now upon us, and the tournament schedule recently released, players may have noticed the proliferation of satellites (for the 2020 Battles At The Beach).  The premier day for satellites is on March 19th, as there will be at least (30) seats awarded into the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em Main Event ($250,000 GTD).  Leading up to those mega-satellites, there are (31) step-satellites that players can choose from, trying to gain entry for a fraction of the price.  There are two step-satellites on today's schedule, playing out at 11:00am and 6:00pm.

Promotions: The day's promotions begin at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-12:00am.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

From 12:00am-3:00am, $50 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.

11:00am - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

6:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Tuesday, March 3rd: Tournament Tuesday Hosts Two Of The Most Popular Recurring Events

ICYMI: Yesterday evening, the first $50 No Limit Hold'em Step Satellite (into the $1,500 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite) ran.  The action began at 6:00pm, and saw the field grow to (10) entries at registration's close.  There would be two spots getting paid, one that would walk away with a $340 No Limit Hold'em Mega-Satellite seat, and a another that would win a cash prize.  Andriy Sokyrko bested Eugene Alkes during heads up play, with official results from the satellite listed below:
  1. Andriy Sokyrko (Entry Into $340 NLH Mega-Satellite)
  2. Eugene Alkes ($90)
Tournaments: Tuesday's action gets underway at 11:00am, with the $120 Omaha 8B Hi/Lo event, which has a $1,500 guaranteed prize pool.  The tournament is structured with 12,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and registration that is open through Level 8.

In the evening time slot, we have the $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD), one of (if not) the most popular recurring tournaments on the schedule.  The event is structured with 50,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and registration that is open through Level 8.

Promotions: The day's promotions begin at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-12:00am.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

From 12:00am-3:00am, $50 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.



11:00am - $120 Omaha 8B Hi/Lo ($2,000 GTD)

- Players start with 12,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes


6:00pm - $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD)

- Players start with 50,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes

Monday, March 2, 2020

Monday, March 2nd: Turbo High Hands (Every 10 Minutes) Open The Doors, While Battles At The Beach Satellites Headline Tournament Schedule

Tournaments: With the month of March now upon us, and the tournament schedule recently released, players may have noticed the proliferation of satellites (for the 2020 Battles At The Beach).  The premier day for satellites is on March 19th, as there will be at least (30) seats awarded into the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em Main Event ($250,000 GTD).  Leading up to those mega-satellites, there are (31) step-satellites that players can choose from, trying to gain entry for a fraction of the price.  There are two step-satellites on today's schedule, playing out at 11:00am and 6:00pm.

Promotions: The day's promotions begin at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-12:00am.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

From 12:00am-3:00am, $50 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.

11:00am - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

6:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

Sunday, March 1, 2020

Sunday, March 1st: As The Calendar Page Turns, Focus Turns To The Upcoming Battles At The Beach Series!!!

ICYMI: The $130 No Limit Hold'em ($10,000 GTD) that has found a home on Saturday evening's, continued to impress with it's numbers last night.  By the time registration for the tournament closed, there were (182) entries in the field, which equated to a prize pool of $17,654.  It was the best turnout we've seen for the event, which seemingly grows larger each time it runs.  Of the (182) entries, a total of (23) would reach the money, with the event eventually ending in a nine-way chop.  Official results from the tournament are listed below:
  1. Adnan Kazim (Riverview, FL) $2,225
  2. Lisa Teebagy (Lighthouse Point, FL) $1,756
  3. Fredrik Wannius (Sweden) $1,645
  4. Christopher Lim (Winter Garden, FL) $1,600
  5. Anthony Casas (Miami, FL) $1,556
  6. Steven Rosen (Pompano Beach, FL) $1,471
  7. Scott Bailey (Loxahatchee, FL) $1,450
  8. Antonio Campbell (Boynton Beach, FL) $1,015
  9. Corey Babapour (Sunrise, FL) $970
  10. Irwin Block (Deerfield Beach, FL) $388
  11. Jonathan Marcu (Boca Raton, FL) $388
  12. Kenia Espinoza (Davie, FL) $388
  13. Scott Belovicz (Delray Beach, FL) $327
  14. Brian Kain (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $327
  15. Lisa Do (Parkland, FL) $327
  16. Michael Sherbondy (Pompano Beach, FL) $274
  17. Glen Canelstein (Coconut Creek, FL) $274
  18. Jesse Hatfield (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $274
  19. Eduardo Christ (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $221
  20. Donald Delancy (Miami, FL) $221
  21. Justin Margolis (Boca Raton, FL) $168
  22. Marcus Petteway (Jacksonville, FL) $168
Tournaments: With the month of March now upon us, and the tournament schedule recently released, players may have noticed the proliferation of satellites (for the 2020 Battles At The Beach).  The premier day for satellites is on March 19th, as there will be at least (30) seats awarded into the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em Main Event ($250,000 GTD).  Leading up to those mega-satellites, there are (31) step-satellites that players can choose from, trying to gain entry for a fraction of the price.  There are two step-satellites on today's schedule, playing out at 11:00am and 6:00pm.

Promotions: The day's promotions begin at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-12:00am.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

From 12:00am-3:00am, $50 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.


11:00am - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

6:00pm - $50 No Limit Hold'em Step-Satellite Into $340 Battles At The Beach Main Event Mega Satellite (1 Seat GTD)

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Saturday, February 29th: Wrapping Up The Month Of February, With $500 High Hands, And An Evening $10,000 Guaranteed Event!!!

Tournaments: Today's tournament schedule kicks off at 11:00am, with an $80 No Limit Hold'em ($1,000 GTD).  The event is structured with 12,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and has regsitration that is open through Level 8.

Saturday's headlining tournament is in the 6:00pm time, and is a $130 No Limit Hold'em event, that boasts a $10,000 guarantee!! The event is structured with 30,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and has registration open through Level 8.

Promotions: Beginning at 9:00am (every day of the week), $100 high hands will be awarded every (10) minutes, with rollovers applying. Because of those rollovers, we have seen the 9:00am-12:00pm period award prizes of $400...$700...even $1,000, over the past month.

The "standard" high hands will be awarding $300 every (30) minutes (from 12:00pm-6:00pm).  Every jackpot game is eligible for the same amount, with the full $150 being rewarded to those that use one card to make the high hand.  For those players in tournaments, high hands are worth $100.

At 6:00pm, the high hands grow even larger, as $500 will be awarded every (30) minutes.  The winning high hands made with one card (during the 6:00pm-midnight period) will be awarded $250.

From 12:00am-9:00am, the high hand will be awarded $100 every (60) minutes.

11:00am - $80 No Limit Hold'em ($1,000 GTD)

- Players start with 12,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes

6:00pm - $130 No Limit Hold'em ($10,000 GTD)

- Players start with 30,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes

Friday, February 28, 2020

Friday, February 28th: With The Weekend's Arrival, Comes $500 High Hands (From 6:00PM-Midnight)!!!

ICYMI: Thursday's recurring tournament schedule was headlined by the $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD), which has been the most popular with the players.  Crushing the guarantee every week, last night's installment was no different, as registration closed with a total of (47) entries.  The $4,559 prize pool was scheduled to be paid out across seven spots, and after one in-the-money elimination, a chop was agreed to.  Official results from last night's tournament are listed below:
  1. Seymour Weiner (Boca Raton, FL) $939
  2. David Picker (Deerfield Beach, FL) $931
  3. Rob Cox (Coconut Creek, FL) $869
  4. Thomas Allard (Royal Oak, MI) $819
  5. Luis Aldorino (Miami, FL) $727
  6. Robert Transue (North Lauderdale, FL) $274
Tournaments: Today's schedule focuses on the $80 No Limit Hold'em "Sit-N-Go."  These single-table tournaments are paying out two spots, with the first and second place finishers earning $350 (adding an element of "survivor" to the proceedings).  Players that are interested in these "Sit-N-Gos" can put their name on the list (at the brush stand), and once ten names are collected, the tournament will begin.

Promotions: Beginning at 9:00am (every day of the week), $100 high hands will be awarded every (10) minutes, with rollovers applying. Because of those rollovers, we have seen the 9:00am-12:00pm period award prizes of $400...$700...even $1,000, over the past month.

The "standard" high hands will be awarding $300 every (30) minutes (from 12:00pm-6:00pm).  Every jackpot game is eligible for the same amount, with the full $150 being rewarded to those that use one card to make the high hand.  For those players in tournaments, high hands are worth $100.

At 6:00pm, the high hands grow even larger, as $500 will be awarded every (30) minutes.  The winning high hands made with one card (during the 6:00pm-midnight period) will be awarded $250.

From 12:00am-9:00am, the high hand will be awarded $100 every (60) minutes.

All Day - $80 No Limit Hold'em "Sit-N-Go" ($350 To Top Two Spots)

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Thursday, February 27th: After Trending Steadily Upward, "Chip Buster" Headlines Thursday's Tournament Schedule

ICYMI: Wednesday's tournament scheduled kicked off at 11:00am, with a $60 No Limit Hold'em "Bounty" event.  Registration for the tournament closed with (13) entries, and an official prize pool of $416 (bounties not included).  Two spots were scheduled to reach the money, with the tournament playing down to an outright winner.  David Herzog bested Melissa Hunt during heads-up play, with the official results listed below:
  1. David Herzog (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) $270
  2. Melissa Hunt (Boca Raton, FL) $146
The evening time slot hosted a $125 No Limit Hold'em "Green Chip Bounty" tournament, which ended up attracting a nice sized field.  Registration closed with (26) entries, and an official prize pool of $1,820 (not including bounties).  Four places were scheduled to reach the money, with a three-way chop agreed to, after one in-the-money elimination.  Official results from the tournament are listed below:
  1. Celso Leroy (Delray Beach, FL) $584
  2. David Wernikoff (New York, NY) $555
  3. Greg Roberts (Orlando, FL) $481
  4. Matt Paul (Boca Raton, FL) $200
Tournaments: In the evening time slot, we have the $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD), one of (if not) the most popular recurring tournaments on the schedule.  The event is structured with 50,000 unit starting stacks, (20) minute levels, and registration that is open through Level 8.

Promotions: The doors open at 9:00am, with three hours of "Turbo High Hands," as $100 will be awarded every (10) minutes (rollovers apply).  The promotion runs from 9:00am-12:00pm, and has quickly become popular with the players (as the rollovers have seen some high hands reach the $1,000 mark!!!).

The standard high hand promotion then takes over, and runs from 12:00pm-12:00am.  Qualifying high hands will be awarded $300, given away every (30) minutes (no rollovers).  During that period, if the winning high hand is made using one card, a $150 prize will be awarded.  For those players playing in a tournament, winning high hands will be paid out $100.

From 12:00am-3:00am, $100 high hands will be awarded every (60) minutes.

6:00pm - $130 No Limit Hold'em "Chip Buster" ($3,000 GTD)

- Players start with 50,000 in tournament chips
- Late and re-entries for the first (8) levels
- Alternates and late entries will start with a full stack
- Levels will last (20) minutes