Wednesday, July 26, 2017

McGough Claims Changeup Title


@Mike_McGough outlasts David Reilly to take down the inaugural Changeup title - event 6 in the 2017 Ante Up Worlds series.

McGough and Reilly did an even split of $3,296, leaving $100 cash and a $400 Head to Head Championship seat to play for in the final heads-up match of this unique tournament format.

The original 115 entries played 9-handed until down to 24 entries.

The field split at that point in to four 6-handed tables, and a shootout format took over.

Winners of each of the four tables - McGough, Reilly, Fred Soria and Gary Tanko - then played single elimination heads-up matches. McGough defeated Soria to reach the finals, while Reilly knocked off Tanko.

McGough's total take-home is $3,796, including the Head-to-Head Championship seat.

Here are the final Changeup results.

7/25/17
$160 Changeup
115 Entries
$14,950 Prize Pool
16 Places Paid
* = First Place includes $400 Head to Head Championship seat.


Place Payout Points Bonus
1 Mike McGough Mather, CA $3,796* 90
2 David Reilly Palo Alto, CA $3,296 90 10
3 Gary Tanko Lincoln, CA $1,237 68 10
3 Frederic Soria Lincoln, CA $1,237 68
5 Henry Quitoriano Stockton, CA $655 48
5 Jeffrey Resch Paradise, CA $655 48
5 James Kilgore Fairfield, CA $655 48
5 Mason Rosenberg Reno, NV $655 48 20
9 Marty Gorenc Reno, NV $400 31
9 Joga Sahota Yuba City, CA $400 31
9 Hiram Epps Vacaville, CA $400 31 10
9 Christopher Penfield Fairfield, CA $400 31
13 Jeff Sardella Auburn< CA $291 23
13 Daniel Garza San Antonio, TX $291 23
13 Denver Saunders Elk Grove, CA $291 23
13 Bohao Zhu Sacramento, CA $291 23 10


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