Regina Station Poker Classic Results | Event #2 Winner Ryan Comely

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Event #2, an $800 buy-in at the Regina Station Poker Classic had a familiar face claiming another title as Edmonton’s Ryan “B0neyard” Comely took the top prize. This is Ryan’s second win at the Station Classic, in 2009 he won an event for over $62,000 in the Regina series.

Also the 2009 Canadian Poker Tour Player of the Year, Comely has won a BCPC event worth over $120,000 and this win brings him to a total of 4 Canadian based poker series championship wins.  Also on a hot streak, Norman Overdijk of Baddeck Nova Scotia made the money for the second time over this 2011 installment of the SPC.  Norm secured a players sponsorship earlier in the year, making a three way deal in the annual Points Championship held by the CPT with Todd Hunter and Gavin Smith.

STATION POKER CLASSIC RESULTS

$800 NO LIMIT HOLD’EM FREEZE OUT THURSDAY, MARCH 24/2011

1st
Ryan Comely – Edmonton, Alta $31,302
2nd
Larry Chartrand – Winnipeg, Man $19,981
3rd
Joseph Gallo – Tisdale, Sask $13,488
4th
Sheldon Birkeland – Regina, Sask $9,592
5th
Derek Mymko – Thompsom, Man $7,156
6th
Michael Barnett – Regina, Sask $5,577
7th
Allen Lessard – Vibank, Sask $4,517
8th
Ryan Sellar – Winnipeg, Man $3,785
9th
Norman Overdijk – Baddeck, NS $3,265
10th
Emil Chomistek – Tompkins, Sask $2,886
11th
Troy Nisbet – Rosetown, Sask $2,605
12th
Chris Getzlaf – Regina, Sask $2,392
13th
John Wilson – Halifax, NS $2,228
14th
Bernie Scott – Medicine Hat, Alta $2,100
15th
Henry Menard – Winnepegosis, Man $1,998
16th
Ferdinand Quelle – Brandon, Man $1,917
17th
Michael Boyd – Regina, Sask $1,851

Total Prize Pool: $116,640
Entrants — 162

$1100 FREEZE OUT RESULTS

FRIDAY, MARCH 25/2011

1st Farrel Rempel—Steinbach,Man $45,353
2nd Tanys Jones – Rouleau, Sask $28,951
3rd Clint Hahn – Warman, Sask $19,543
4th Maurice Roy – Winnipeg,Man $13,897
5th Shawn Nixon – Duncan, BC $10,369
6th Tuan Luu – Saskatoon,Sask $8,080
7th Joey Basaraba – Saskatoon, Sask $6,545
8th Senad Selimanovic – Regina, Sask $5,484
9th Francisco Moran – Regina, Sask $4,730
10th James Gibson – Stonewall,Man $4,182
11th Robert Gysbers – North York,Ont $3,775
12th Brodie Seaman – Regina, Sask $3,466
13th Allen Pedlow – Brandon,Man $3,229
14th Enrico Dethomasis – Winnipeg,Man $3,043
15th Stephen Kingarauvak – Arviat, NU $2,895
16th James Harnden – Cobourg,Ont $2,777
17th Peter Pawlak – Winnipeg, Man $2,681

Total Prize Pool: $169,000

Entrants: 169

$700 NO LIMIT HOLD’EM FREEZE OUT

SATURDAY, MARCH 26/2011

1st Sid Rambaran – Regina, Sask $35,881
2nd Leo Ioffe – Vancouver, BC $22,739
3rd Jim Wagman – Regina,Sask $15,198
4th Randy Lamontagne – Craven, Sask $10,674
5th Daniel Portras – Regina Sask $7,846
6th Richard Webb – Grandbend, Ont $6,011
7th Bob Usunier – Brandon, Man $4,781
8th Elmer Kowalenko – Saskatoon, Sask $3,931
9th Paul Cai – Saskatoon, Sask $3,327
10th Lorna Nagy – Regina, Sask $2,887
11th Wayne Crozon – Naicam, Sask $2,561
12th Scott Clements – Calgary, Alta $2,314
13th Garth Arnason – Thompson, Man $2,123
14th Kurt Steffl – Saskatoon,Sask $1,974
15th Peter Pawlak – Winnipeg,Man $1,856
16th Brad Church – Regina,Sask $1,761
17th David Spencer – Oxbow, Sask $1,684
18th Senad Selimanovic – Regina, Sask $1,622
19th Thomas Humniski – St. Andrew, Man $1,570
20th Ken Hood – Oxbow, Sask $1,570
21st Randal Trautwein – Leader, Sask $1,570
22nd Andrew Sinclair – Saskatoon, Sask $1,570

Total Prize Pool: $135,450

Entrants – 215

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