Stacked Tables Throughout The Room (Part III)

Feb 27, 2016

Moe Farrah
Moe Farah

This Day 1B flight is back from it’s second break and there are two more tables that over the last level, have become relatively stacked. These tough tables add to an already stacked field but there might not be a more difficult lineup coming into Level 7 than the one Table 78 is working with.

New Jersey’s Connor Berkowitz won a bracelet during this summer’s WSOP and while he’s the only one at Table 78 with that distinction, there are a handful of other experienced players within close quarters to the bracelet winner. Kevin Calenzo has over $1,000,000 in career earnings, along with multiple tournament titles from coast to coast.

Matt Iles has just over $400,000 in career earnings but the New Jersey native has never recorded a Parx Big Stax cash, something he’ll hope to change after more or less bubbling yesterday’s ‘$1,000 Six Max’ event. Peter Campo didn’t bubble that event, instead notching a 4th place finish, pushing his career earnings number to nearly a half-million.

A few tables away, Moe Farah headlines a tough Table 54 lineup, as the most successful player in terms of cashes in Parx history will look to add to his lengthy Big Stax resume today. Add in Sundiata DeVore, Jeff Spence, Justin Adams and Sergio Vigano, players that boast extensive poker resumes, and Farah won’t have an easy time with his Day 1B table draw.

Safe to say with these tables are full of experienced players and we should continue to see stacked lineups form throughout the rest of this Day 1B session.

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