Sugarhouse Poker Tournament Blog

SugarHouse is a great sportsbook that provides a wide variety of bets, a good amount of sports, and an excellent live betting experience. New and seasoned sports bettors should consider SugarHouse, despite only offering average odds. At SugarHouse Online Casino, you can play blackjack, roulette, baccarat and more with live dealers, 24/7! Or you can try your hand at video poker and other digital table games, including Let It Ride, Fortune Pai Gow, Single Deck Blackjack, Side Bet Blackjack and Ultimate Texas Hold’em. Score with the SugarHouse NJ Sportsbook. Before they moved the poker room to the main floor, it was nice to be able to take tournament breaks out on the racetrack with a nice view of the Delaware. Other than that, this room had very little action compared to Parx and Sugarhouse (Rivers) and there was really no reason to go to it unless you lived super close.

Join us for a night of poker to benefit our programs for critically ill children. A flyer with all the details available here.

In-person registration at casino one week prior to event or day of event through 6th level.

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Players start with 15,000 in tournament chips and a $25 Value Chip as bounty
Registration, re-entry & add-ons available until the start of level 7
Levels change every 15 minutes
$65 from each entrant goes to the prize pool, $70 is charity, $25 is the bounty, $25 registration fee, $15 Dealer Tokes

House Rules:
Players with a tournament chip stack of 10,000 or less may add-on for $20 for an additional 5,000 in tournament chips.
All monies collected from tournament add-ons will go directly to the charity in full.
Seating may be limited.
Redraw at final table.
SugarHouse Casino & TDA Rules apply; Tournament Directors decisions are final and without recourse.

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Summary

BolognaSkin beat out 226 players to win the $3,000 Daily Deepstack [R&A] event on for $1,028.02. His win represented 26.70% of the $3,850.10 prize pool. The highest finishing PocketFiver was Brian Lerner, who took 2nd place for $601.29. After this tournament, you could find Brian Lerner in 6,324 place in the PocketFives Rankings.

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Quick Hits

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  • The PocketFives community had 4 in the money finishers in this online poker tournament.
  • Non-PocketFivers took home $3,140.20 from this tournament.
  • PocketFivers scooped 72.53 PLB Points from this tournament.
  • The paydays of everyone at the final table meant that all other players who cashed in this tournament earned a combined $903.79.
  • The average cash in this tournament was $113.24.