Kyna England wins NAPT Ladies Event; Nahum & Askey claim side event titles

Kyna England NAPT

PokerNews is on site in the 2023 PokerStars North American Poker Tour (NAPT)and while we provide live updates from events like the $1,650 NAPT Main Event and the $10,300 Super High Roller won Tuesday night Jesse LonisThere are also numerous side events taking place at Resorts World Las Vegas.

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Kyna England takes the title in the women’s event

On Monday evening the $360 NAPT Women’s Event, a tournament that attracted 94 participants, was downplayed to one winner. The top 13 finishers received a share of the $28,200 prize pool, including the Poker League of Nation prize Lena Evans ($6 – $1,705), Jessica Vierling ($12 – $565) and JJ Liu (13th – $565).

None other than a poker pro has managed to emerge victorious and win the first PokerStars Spadie Award in the United States in 12 years Kyna England, which won a grand prize of $7,520. Before the win, England had a tournament winnings of $995,910, meaning the win at the Hendon Mob was worth seven figures.

2023 NAPT Women’s Event Final Table Results

Location player Price
1 Kyna England $7,520
2 Lindsey Kludt $4,855
3 Julie Salsido $3,465
4 Michelle Skinner $2,665
5 Daris Justice $2,130
6 Lena Evans $1,705
7 Janet Berry $1,365
8th Kyoko Short $1,090
9 Sarah Singer $875

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Nahum & Askey take side event titles

Kfir Nahum
Kfir Nahum

In other NAPT side event news, the $1,100 NLH Deep Stack had 144 entries and awarded a prize pool of $125,000 to the top 20 finishers. Among those who had to collect were Chad Himmelspach ($13 – $2,695), Jordan Hufty ($15 – $2,340), Cole Ferraro ($16 – $2,035) and Darren Rabinowitz ($18 – $1,770).

The final three players struck a deal that saw each take home $23,730 in prize money as a local grinder Kfir Nahuma former Venetian MSPT champion, took the trophy and the championship title.

2023 NAPT $1,100 NLH Deepstack Final Table Results

Location player Price
1 Kfir Nahum $23,735*
2 David Freeston $23,730*
3 Shinichiro Hatakeyama $23,730*
4 Yanxiang Yang $11,800
5 Xuebin Gui $9,075
6 Stanley Lee $6,985
7 Anthony Askey $5,370
8th Arman Nugmanov $4,460
9 Pierre Huter $3,715

*Denotes a three-way deal.

Now it is $550 Pot Limit Omaha (PLO) The single re-entry exceeded its GTD of $20,000 as 60 entrants generated a prize pool of $28,800. That was reserved for the final table with eight players, including Like Saechao And Zachary Schwartz. However, it was Anthony Askey who placed seventh in the aforementioned tournament and came out on top to win the tournament for $8,000.

2023 NAPT $550 PLO Final Table Results

Location player Price
1 Anthony Askey $8,000
2 De Lope $6,545
3 Zachary Schwartz $4,175
4 Stephen Sola $3,170
5 Hurman Mocknowe $2,450
6 Rio Pavon $1,870
7 Like Saechao $1,440
8th Ryan Tosoc $1,150

*Images courtesy of PokerStars.

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