Dan Lowery Wins the Main Event of WSOP Agen Domino

Dan Lowery proceeded with a pennant year on the World Series of Poker Circuit with a win in the $1,675 WSOP Agen Domino Main Event for $258,784, one of the biggest prizes guaranteed on the Circuit this year. Lowery got past a field of 908 passages to do as such, winning his 6th Circuit ring all the while.

It’s quite recently the most recent outcome for Lowery, officially best-known in poker for his Circuit achievement, that proceeds with an enormous keep running in 2017. He completed second at the primary ever Hard Rock Tulsa Main Event for over $100K. At that point, he asserted his fifth ring and had a moment put complete on the way to Casino Champion respects at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe quite recently a month ago.

“It’s the greatest year I’ve ever had,” Lowery told competition correspondents. “It’s the greatest year I could dream of.”


Official Agen Domino Table Results

Place Player Hometown Prize
1 Dan Lowery Peter Pender, AR $258,784
2 Walter Rodriguez N/A $160,062
3 Nick Schwarmann Orlando, FL $118,140
4 Jared Hemingway Greenville, TX $88,394
5 Mason Vieth Windhorst, TX $66,970
6 Jonathan Hanner St. Paul, MN $51,375
7 Chance Steed College Station, TX $39,893
8 Kevin Eyster Lafayette, LA $31,367
9 Venkata Chinta Dallas, TX $24,952


The 908 sections in the occasion made a heavy prize pool of about $1.4 million. A portion of the 99 players who got a cut of that included Circuit champions Marshall White, Jonathan Hilton, Maurice Hawkins, Aaron Massey and Kurt Jewell, and in addition significant titleholders Andy Hwang, Mike Cordell and Prince Gaspard.

As per the live updates, Lowery came into the last day with one of the greater stacks and after that jumped to the highest point of the tallies in the principal enormous portion of the day, when he opened with {a-Spades}{q-Spades} and got a huge number of guests before Srinivasa Vadlamudi three-wager in the blinds. Lowery and Vadlamudi got stacks in and Lowery figured out how to influence the nut to flush against {k-Clubs}{k-Diamonds} to drag an immense pot and lead the pack into the last table.



Last Table Action

At the last table, Lowery could work from 4 million to around 6 million by for the most part winning little and medium pots.

Meanwhile, Walter Rodriguez scored early ends, including busting competition beast Kevin Eyster. Eyster kept running into some misfortune on the last day, losing to a three-external in an in with no reservations pot early and afterward later floundering a set that got split by a gutshot. He ran ruler into pro ruler for its remainder to bring about an eighth-put wrap up.

Begin of-day pioneer “Minnesota” Jon Hanner additionally got next to no going on the most recent day. He got himself all in for under 10 major blinds and frantically requiring an ace with {a-Clubs}{4-Spades} against Lowery’s {k-Spades}{k-Diamonds}. An expert arrived on the slump however it accompanied a lord too, so Hanner made a beeline for payouts to gather 6th place cash.

Bricklayer Vieth got the majority of his chips in with a slight lead in a clash of the blinds with {a-Hearts}{8-Diamonds} against the {k-Diamonds}{q-Hearts} of Jared Hemingway. Shockingly for Vieth, a {k-Clubs}{9-Hearts}{4-Diamonds} slump left him drawing flimsy and he was not able discover anything. He couldn’t keep running up the single bet chip he had left and busted fifth.

It would take almost 50 hands for the following player to go down. At last, Hemingway got in a flip when he stuck 14 major blinds over a few limps with {q-Hearts}{j-Spades} and open-limper Rodriguez called with {2-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}. The show was brief as Rodriguez tumbled a vessel on {4-Spades}{4-Diamonds}{2-Spades} and Hemingway busted in fourth place. That surged Rodriguez into a not too bad lead with more than 11 million at 50,000/100,000/10,000.

Rodriguez had all the earmarks of being in order as he kept on chipping up, holding more than 66% of the chips three-gave with Lowery and Nick Schwarmann in his clean. Lowery, however, disposed of Schwarmann with {a-Spades}{q-Clubs} against {a-Diamonds}{10-Hearts} all in preflop to get to 6 million at 60,000/120,000/20,000 and give himself some strong balance going heads up against Rodriguez and his 12 million or thereabouts.

That match would turn out to be a long one, enduring around 60 hands. Lowery fought back to about notwithstanding when a key hand occurred that began with Lowery opening preflop to 300,000 and Rodriguez three-wagering to 800,000. The board was {10-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}{8-Clubs} after they both checked, and Rodriguez wager 915,000 and Lowery called. Rodriguez wager one million on the {10-Spades} stream and Lowery made it 2.2 million. Rodriguez clicked back to 3.4 million and Lowery called with {k-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}, winning the confrontation with trips.

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That gave Lowery a conclusive lead and he wouldn’t neglect it. He pounded Rodriguez down to a little more than 10 major blinds and after that got fortunate with {a-Spades}{7-Clubs} against {10-Spades}{10-Hearts} to seal the win. “Many people say that I’m difficult to play against,” Lowery said. “It’s not on account of I play awesome. This is on account of I play somewhat irregular on occasion. It doesn’t make a difference to me.

“I’m getting the outcomes and insofar as I’m bolstering these infants, that is the only thing that is in any way important to me.” Here’s a gander at all of the ring victors from the Choctaw stop:

Event Winner Prize
$365 Monster Stack Steven Williams $33,634
$365 Reentry Trung Pham $105,500
$365 Single-Day Josh Turner $25,282
$365 Big O Robert Cote $14,976
$365 NLHE Marshall White $16,350
$365 NLHE Mich Dumas $16,273
$580 NLHE John Richards $22,008
$365 Six-Max Brett Murray $24,289
$1,125 NLHE Jeffrey Trudeau $43,199
$1,125 PLO Maxx Coleman $43,471
$365 NLHE Virgil McVicker $39,225

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