Nick Petrangelo Wins Stairway To Hundreds of thousands $50K From One Large Blind

The 3rd time is the appeal for Nick Petrangelo on the 2022 Stairway To Hundreds of thousands. Petrangelo was once at his 3rd ultimate desk of the collection on Wednesday. This time, he got here out on best, successful Tournament #7: $50,000 NL Dangle’em for $567,000.

In the past within the 2022 Stairway To Hundreds of thousands collection, Petrangelo completed 5th in Tournament #4: $8,400 NL Dangle’em for $35,840 and 2nd in Tournament #6: $25,000 NL Dangle’em for $175,000.

With the win, Petrangelo moved to the highest of the 2022 PokerGO Excursion leaderboard.

Stairway To Hundreds of thousands Tournament #7 Effects

Position Participant Nation Prize
1 Nick Petrangelo United States $567,000
2 Ali Imsirovic Bosnia and Herzegovina $315,000
3 Chris Brewer United States $168,000

There have been 21 entries in Stairway To Hundreds of thousands Tournament #7, making a $1,050,000 prize pool. The highest 3 gamers made the cash and their prize integrated a $100,000 seat into Tournament #8 of the 2022 Stairway to Hundreds of thousands.

How Petrangelo Received Tournament #7

Again in Stage 4 on Day 1, Nick Petrangelo made journeys in opposition to Chris Brewer to double his chip stack. Brewer temporarily doubled again via Petrangelo, however then Petrangelo eradicated Stephen Chidwick to get some chips again. After that, Jason Koon received a large pot off Petrangelo to knock Petrangelo to beneath 100,000 in chips.

After registration closed and play entered Stage 8, Alex Foxen doubled via Petrangelo to knock Petrangelo right down to 9,000 chips with the blinds at 4,000-8,000. Petrangelo tripled up after that to get his comeback going after which doubled via Koon to get again over 100,000 in chips.

When the event was once right down to the overall 9 gamers they usually joined at a unmarried desk, Petrangelo was once the shortest stack. He discovered some other double up via Koon after which busted Jake Schindler in 8th position.

After that, Petrangelo knocked out Sean Perry in 6th position and Invoice Klein in 7th position at the similar hand. Petrangelo’s ace-king went up in opposition to Perry’s pocket tens and Klein’s ace-three. A king hit the flop and Petrangelo held from there.

Ali Imsirovic busted Koon in 5th position and Anuj Agarwal in fourth position to finish play for Day 1. When play ended, 3 gamers remained with Imsirovic on best. Petrangelo was once in 2nd and Chris Brewer was once 3rd.

On Day 2, Petrangelo made fast paintings of Brewer. Brewer was once all in with jack-ten in opposition to Petrangelo’s pocket fives. Petrangelo became a complete space and left Brewer drawing useless.

Imsirovic entered heads-up play with the chip lead and started to increase the distance. Petrangelo fell under 500,000 in chips earlier than he doubled via Imsirovic. After that, Petrangelo shoved the flip of a jack-four-two-three board with ace-four and Imsirovic was once pressured to fold his king-eight, which moved Petrangelo into the chip lead.

Ultimately, Imsirovic discovered ace-nine within the large blind and shoved over a button carry from Petrangelo. Petrangelo had two aces and temporarily referred to as. No assist got here for Imsirovic and he was once out in 2nd position.

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2022 Stairway To Hundreds of thousands Time table

Date Tournament Purchase-In Price (On-Time) Price (Past due/Reentry) Beginning Stack Ensure
Jan. 12 Stairway To Hundreds of thousands #1 $1,000 $100 $100 100,000 $100,000
Jan. 13 Stairway To Hundreds of thousands #2 $2,000 $150 $150 100,000 $100,000
Jan. 14 Stairway To Hundreds of thousands #3 $4,000 $100 $200 100,000 $100,000
Jan. 15 Stairway To Hundreds of thousands #4 $8,000 $200 $400 100,000 $200,000
Jan. 16 Stairway To Hundreds of thousands #5 $15,000 $400 $800 125,000 $300,000
Jan. 17 Stairway To Hundreds of thousands #6 $25,000 $500 $1,000 125,000 $500,000
Jan. 18 Stairway To Hundreds of thousands #7 $50,000 $1,000 $2,000 150,000 $500,000
Jan. 19 Stairway To Hundreds of thousands #8 $100,000 $1,000 $3,000 200,000 $1,200,000

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Author: Bradley Watson