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   Saturday, June 15 2024 
Summer Open Series : The favorites of the November Nine did not shine

The poker room of the hotel and casino Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood, Florida was the host of a poker event which amazed many great players. Indeed, the Summer Open Series tournament saw a great influx of players in almost every event that made up the tournament. The $ 2,200 buy-in Main Event brought together a field of 165 participants consisting of several professionals in the game with some of the November Nine competitors like Michael Mizrachi, John Dulan, Kevin Schaffel and David Rheem and pros like Robert Mizrachi and Jason Mercier. The prize pool for the main event was $ 330,000. Unfortunately, none of them win the title and only Shaffel were among the competitors on the final day of competition.

It was the native of Miami, Florida Noah Schwartz, who won the seat as a champion of the event. It was not his first major achievement in the poker world because this young champion already achieved an exceptional way since 2006. In fact, Schwartz has more than one million dollars in earnings by completing 4th at the Borgata Winter Open in 2008, and part of the finalists of the World Series of Poker 2009. And in the online tournament, he also accomplished great feats, which allowed him to record a gain of $ 34,000 since 2007. Noah Schwartz bagged the first prize of $ 100,560 last Wednesday for this great victory. But other events also took place during the Summer Open Series tournaments including preliminary tournaments of $ 200 to $ 560 buy-in.

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