The Isle Open Poker Tournament Series ended in a four-way weighted chop, as you could likely deduce from the smiling faces in this photo..
Jay Romano of Boca Raton took home $100K, but three others left with at least $81K. First was to have paid more than $155,000, and fourth was $42,404. With that kind of money on the table, I'm chopping, too.
The $2,500 buy-in event had 241 entries at the Isle Casino and Racing, many of them big names in local poker. (You'll see by looking at the money list.)
The 62nd and final event is Wednesday, a deep stack turbo at 7 p.m. with a $7,000 guarantee. Buy-in is $120.
Jay RomanoBoca Raton, FL*$100,000Justin FawbushCocoa Beach, FL*$84,000Matthew WaxmanParkland, FL*$84,000Eric RileyDeerfield Beach, FL*$82,038Iyad IPompano Beach, FL$31,595Noah SchwartzSunny Isles Beach, FL$24,389Jerry WongMargate, FL$18,846Dominique MosleyMiami, FL$13,858Steven McKoyCoral Springs, FL$9,977Maurice HawkinsLake Worth, FL$7,760Anthony Ruberto, Jr.Hallandale, FL$7,760Michael Ronald LewinDelray Beach, FL$7,760John DespersioParkland, FL$6,652James QuilesTampa, FL$6,652Jake SchindlerPhiladelphia, PA$6,652James Egan Jr.Ft. Lauderdale, FL$5,820Brayden FritzshallPompano Beach, FL$5,820Jonathan RosenbergBoca Raton, FL$5,820Jason StrochakParkland, FL$4,989Kevin SpiresWest Palm Beach, FL$4,989George DolofanMiami, FL$4,989Craig BagonBoca Raton, FL$4,989Samantha CohenBoca Raton, FL$4,989Andrejevec AndjelkoMiami, FL$4,989Evan TeitelbaumParkland, FL$4,989Christopher AsaroJupiter, FL$4,989Steven BennettDeerfield, FL$4,989Copyright © 2015, South Florida