One thing that players can always count on is the brain-trust of the Parx Poker Room listening to suggestions, and looking for ways to better the poker room experience. The newest “player perk” addition to the room…USB charging ports at each and every cash table in the room. There is no longer a need to search for an open outlet or leave your device at the front podium, all you need to do is bring a cord to plug in, and you’re able to charge at your seat.
The first poker room in the Northeast to offer this luxury, Parx is proud to be considered in the community as a “player-minded” room, and looks forward to bringing the best experience each and every time. Make sure to check back shortly, as new announcements will be made in regards to another “addition” to the room.
It’s not quite yet the final table, but the Day 3 field returns only one elimination away from the most important redraw of the tournament. Joe Galazzo (Union, NJ) will come back at 1:00pm as the chip leader (3,175,000), with Travis Greenwalt (2,975,000), Steven Sarmiento (2,935,000), and David Novak (2,820,000) not too far behind. Everyone remaining is guaranteed to walk away with $6,662, but all eyes are on the big prize…$111,974 and the Big Stax VIII trophy. Players are coming back to Level 25 and blinds of 20,000/40,000/5,000, with a chip average of those left sitting at (50) big blinds. That leaves a lot of deep play to conclude this event, with all of the action covered live from the moment the cards are in the air (1:00pm). To follow the live updates throughout the day, just CLICK HERE and save the URL for an easy return.
There were 109 players to bag chips from a total of 420 entries of the past two days, and it’s no telling how many players will buy-in this morning before the cards are in the air for Day 2 (we know there has already been one). Looking over the chip counts and table draw, there are a lot of potent notables listed up and down. The top three stacks heading into the day belong to Travis Greewalt (521,000), Norman Rogers (487,000), and Jonathan Borenstein (484,000)…but the names that are close behind are well known: Kane Kalas, Joe Galazzo, Matt Glantz, Aaron Overton, and Alex Rocha (just to name a few). The cards will be in the air shortly, and you can follow all of the exciting action by CLICKING HERE, and keeping up with the live updates page.
Two weeks of tournament have all led to this moment, as Day 1A of the Big Stax 1100 kicks off at 11:00am. Big Stax 1100 has on average boasted a field of 438 total entries, a prize pool of $500,000, and a first place prize of $133,000. Just like the Big Stax 300 was a little different with four starting flights, the Big Stax 1100 carries with it two starting flights (today and tomorrow).
The cards will be in the air shortly, with live coverage of the event found by CLICKING HERE. Not only will you find updates from the main event, but you can catch yourself up on all the action leading up to now as well. There will also be a big announcement made over the next 48-72 hours regarding Big Stax, so be sure to keep an eye out!!!
The remaining (26) players from Day 2 of the Big Stax 500 will arrive this afternoon at 1:00pm to finish what they started days ago. Parx regular Rocco Luciano (Philadelphia, PA) leads the pack with 2,750,000, looking to reach his second ever Big Stax trophy event final table. There is a good mix of tournament pros, semi-pros, and recreational players remaining, which should make for some very interesting play. All of the action will be covered on the live updates page for the event, which you can find just by CLICKING HERE.
If you’re the type who’d like to follow the action while being a part of the action, the NLH/PLO Big Stax side event begins at 11:00am, with Joe “Worm” Palma (Bensalem, PA) looking to defend the title.
The cards are already in the air for Day 2 of the Big Stax 500, so we are going to get right to the point…if you’re looking to follow all of the exciting action as the Big Stax 500 plays into the money and down to the final table (possibly), then all you need to do is CLICK HERE.
It’s Saturday at the Parx Poker Room, which during the Big Stax series means only one thing…the final starting flight. There have been a total of 416 entries over the first two flight of the Big Stax 500, with 88 players successfully booking a ticket to Day 2. Last night it was DJ MacKinnon (East Amherst, NY) who bagged the chip lead, getting a day off before returning Sunday with 577,500 in chips.
The action for Day 1C begins at 11:00am, with a large field expected throughout the day. The action can be followed on the live updates page, which can be found by CLICKING HERE.
It’s going to be another big weekend here at the Parx Poker Room, with the final two flights of the Big Stax 500 today and tomorrow, and Day 2 bookending the weekend on Sunday. If that wasn’t enough action for you, let’s not forget to mention that bad beat is over $230,000!!! There were 233 total entries for Day 1A yesterday, with (49) players successfully making it through the day to bag chips. Robert Sichelstiel (Perkasie, PA) ended up bagging the Day 1A chip lead with 504,500, with notables Justin Liberto (347,000), Sardor Gaziev (332,500), Alex Queen (329,000), and Matt Glantz (292,500) all bagging top ten stacks. The action picks back up today at 11:00am with the second of three starting flights for the event. You can follow all of the action on the live updates page, with coverage beginning once the cards are in the air, just CLICK HERE.
It’s been over (48) hours since the Big Stax 300 final table ended in a seven-way chop, and after a few days of side events, the Big Stax 500 kicks off this afternoon. This event saw a record field during the last series in August (925 total entries), so it will be interesting to see where the final number lands this time around. Things have transitioned back to three starting days for this event, the standard for Big Stax events past. The action will be underway at 11:00am, with live updates beginning the moment the cards are in the air. If you would like to follow all of the action, or see results/recaps from the first week of Big Stax VIII, just CLICK HERE to be brought to the site.
We are down to three tables in the Big Stax 300, with a new champion to be crowned over the next (24) hours (well maybe). The reason that the word maybe is used? Defending champion Scott Blackman (Little Egg Harbor, NJ) is still alive, and he headlines a very talented group of players trying to make sure that he doesn’t go back-to-back. Chris Kostoulas (New York, NY) returns as the chip leader with 5,750,000, putting on a dominant display to end Day 2. If it’s local notables your looking for, Day 3 has them as well, with Ray Ross, Mohammad Farah, Kevin Lutz, Joseph Galazzo, Jonathan Borenstein, and Jim Tesone all looking to put their hands on the trophy once things are decided. Will we see one of the relative unknowns make their name in the poker community? All of these answers will be known as the action unfolds today at 1:00pm, with live coverage picking up once the cards are in the air. If you’d like to follow all of the goings on this afternoon/evening, make sure to check out the live updates page by CLICKING HERE.