This week, Party’s $5K nightly tournaments brought in 106 runners per night on average, up slightly from last week. The biggest day was Sunday’s event with 123 players, up from 101, possibly due to grinders being at home for the World Cup Final. Breza was the victor that day, taking out waldorf54 for a $1,107 score.
In the new 6-max $5K’s, players turned out in force on Friday, with 106 entries. New Jersey poker regular ShankU4DaPot defeated JohnBluffins to take first place and a $935 prize.
Traffic is up slightly in the $10K tournaments as well, rising from 106 last week, to 111 this week. Sunday by far boasted the biggest turnout, seeing 144 runners buy-in. ORANGE13 bested the field and added a cool $2,949 to his bankroll after dispatching Joeyr1201 in the event.
The $50K Sunday Major brought a big increase in players, with 271 entering the event, compared with the 234 who bought in last week. In the five-figure Guarantee, sharkslayer went the distance, besting the field for a cool $8,508 score.
WSOP’s $5K and $10K nightly tournaments saw their traffic stay level with last week, hovering around 184 and 127 runners on average per night, respectively.
The Friday night field for the $5K turned out to be the biggest of the week, with 210 runners buying in. dalmeetz48 took on the top prize that day after taking down dma328 for a $1,579 payday.
Traffic in the $10K’s peaked on Thursday, with 150 runners. Sisco made his way to the top of the field that day, beating out New Jersey grinder CharlieBrown for $2,956.
Action at the $25K Sunday Major saw a bump, with 113 runners coming out — five more than last week. Schaf4206 topped the field after taking down KilgoreTrout, winning an impressive $7,000 prize.
At 888’s $1,500 nightly tournaments, traffic was on par with last week, boasting 59 players on average per night. For the Big Sunday $10K, 53 turned out, giving the site a small bump from last week.
Ultimate Poker is still in the game, but the numbers continue to drop. In the site’s $1K Guarantees, only 17 runners turned out per night on average. In the site’s deflated $2,500 Sunday tournament, just 22 bought in, with Bauer313 taking first and $1,125 for his efforts.
USPoker would like to thank Dennis Lopez for providing us with the stats needed for this report.