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   Friday, February 23 2024 
Bryan Devonshire sealed the win - Ante Up Poker Cruise Main Event

The Ante Up Poker Cruise is one of the top poker tournaments in the United States, especially for those who love cruise shipping while indulging in the game of poker. Indeed, the Ante Up Poker Cruise offers participants an unparalleled opportunity to relax aboard the Royal Caribbean cruise ship while enjoying the beauty of the Caribbean. To run the festivity, the conference room of this prestigious ship has been transformed into a poker room. Held from October 19 to 26 in Galveston, a city in southern Texas, the Ante Up Poker Cruise attracted a great number of players. It featured three events, ranging from No-Limit Hold'Em of $ 20 to $ 100 of buy-ins.

The $ 65 buy-in Main Event seduced 139 players, a massive field generating $ 6,375 of prize pool. After a tough heads-up against Anthony Ciorciari, Bryan Devonshire cruised through all odds to win the $ 2,250 first-place prize. As for the Henderson-Nevada native “Anthony Ciorciari”, he was awarded $ 1,640 for his second-place finish. Interestingly, he won Event # 1 ($ 20 No Limit Hold’Em) and third-placed the $ 100 No Limit Hold’Em (Event #2). Jack Petschl fell to third place to walk away with $ 1,030 of prize, Emile Leon of Columbus finished fourth for $ 670 while Mary Krutchten of Andover-Minnesota completed the Main Event Top 5 for $ 485. As a reminder, the $ 20 NLH poker tournament recorded 36 entries and 115 re-entrants. And it was Danny Wade who won the Event # 2 over 45 player-field.

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