Darrell Cain Wins LAPC Million-dollar Guarantee

by , Jan 25, 2010 | 4:17 am

It turned out to be an exciting finish to Event #1 at the LAPC — one of the largest live-tournament fields in history, with 5,847 players entries ponying up the $335 buy-in for a $1 million guarantee (which the Commerce exceeded by more than $600k). It was a funky event that saw some players cash twice. As they got down to the final table. Darrel Cain from Sacramento became a fan favorite after a series of botched chops left him with 8 chips and what seemed like just an $88k payday. But he came back to take it down and claim the biggest piece of a $364k first prize.

Tourney director Matt Savage and his team are chronicling the action and results on the official LAPC blog.

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