Kyna England Wins NAPT Ladies Event; Nahum & Askey Claim Side Event Titles

Kyna England Wins NAPT Ladies Event; Nahum & Askey Claim Side Event Titles

PokerNews is on-site at the 2023 PokerStars North American Poker Tour (NAPT), and while were offering live updates from events like the $1,650 NAPT Main Event and the $10,300 Super High Roller, which was won Tuesday night by Jesse Lonis, there are also a slew of side events playing out at Resorts World Las Vegas.

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Kyna England Claims Womens Event Title

On Monday night, the $360 NAPT Womens Event, a tournament that attracted 94 entrants, played down to a winner. The top 13 finishers got a piece of the $28,200 prize pool including Poker League of Nations Lena Evans (6th - $1,705), Jessica Vierling (12th - $565), and JJ Liu (13th - $565).

Coming out on top and winning the first PokerStars Spadie awarded in the United States in 12 years was none other than poker pro Kyna England, who took down a $7,520 top prize. Prior to the victory, England had $995,910 in career tournament earnings, which meant the win put her over the seven-figure milestone on the Hendon Mob.

2023 NAPT Womens Event Final Table Results

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

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Nahum & Askey Bag Side Event Titles

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

The final three players worked a deal that saw them each take home $23,730 in prize money, while local grinder Kfir Nahum, a former MSPT Venetian champion, claimed thetrophy and title of champion.

2023 NAPT $1,100 NLH Deepstack Final Table Results

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

Meanwhile, the $550 Pot-Limit Omaha (PLO) single re-entry surpassed its $20K GTD as 60 runners generated a prize pool of $28,800. That was reserved for the final table of eight players, which included Kao Saechao and Zachary Schwartz. However, it was Anthony Askey, who finished seventh in the tournament above, coming out on top to win the tournament for $8,000.

2023 NAPT $550 PLO Final Table Results

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

*Images courtesy of PokerStars.


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