New Jersey Tournament Traffic Review for Week Ending September 7 2014

September 10, 2014
New Jersey Tournament Traffic Review for Week Ending September 7 2014


Last week in the Party Poker New Jersey 5Ks, traffic remained on par with previous weeks, coming in at 105 runners on average per night. Monday and Tuesday’s tournaments tied for the biggest of the week, with 120 runners buying in each night. McLovin81 and davault pocketed $1,080 for their respective victories.

The $10Ks only ran from Wednesday through Saturday last week and averaged 101 runners a night. On Friday, 109 players bought in, creating the biggest nightly prize pool of the week at the site. Exocomet took down New Jersey pro MikeyCasino heads up for first place and a cool $2,300.

Instead of its usual $50K Sunday Major, Party kicked off its Golden State Super Series, running six events throughout the weekend. The biggest field emerged in the $15,000 Guarantee with 438 runners, followed closely by the $75,000 Guarantee event with 417. Jeppy22 walked away the big winner in the $15K, taking home $2008, with thearmature banking $7,478 in the $75K, the site’s biggest prize of the week.

Traffic was down at the WSOP $5K nightly guaranteed tournaments, bringing in 175 runners on average compared to 190 the previous week. Tuesday’s event was by far the biggest, when 187 players battled for 20 paid spots. After a total of 191 rebuys and 114 add-ons, TheOJD took home first place and $1,350.

In the $10K,s, traffic was up slightly, seeing 120 runners on average each night, compared to 116 the previous week. On Monday, 170 players bought in, making it the biggest $10K field of the week. Ashisit battled his way through 186 rebuys and 119 add-ons to snag the $3206 first-place prize.

120 runners turned out for the $25K Sunday Major, which offered $7,000 for first and paid 15 spots. Sizzlinbetts took the top spot with Heres_Starks coming in second for a $4,050 consolation prize

888 Poker

888 saw a boost in traffic in its $1,500 nightly events, with 57 turning out on average — 10 more than the previous week. Players showed up in force on Monday, with 72 runners buying in to make it the biggest tournament at the site last week.

57 runners bought in for the Big Sunday $15K and battled for nine paid spots. Showers topped the field after taking out Eddiegood86 heads up, taking home a $3,164 payday.

Ultimate Poker

For the third week in a row, Ultimate Poker saw an average of 18 players in its $1K nightly tournaments. The biggest of those events emerged on Wednesday, when slaumerg bested 20 runners for a $450 score.

In the site’s $2,500 Sunday tournament, a paltry 16 runners showed up and made the $100 buy-in. When all was said and done, MmMmMmm88 claimed first-place and added an extra $1,250 to his bankroll.


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