MSPT Riverside Main Event Set to Get Underway This Weekend

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The next Mid-States Poker Tour (MSPT) champion will be crowned this week as the MSPT makes its latest stop in Iowa for MSPT Riverside Casino, culminating with the $1,110 Main Event taking place from March 17-20.

The two-day no-limit hold’em tournament, which will be the 191st Main Event hosted by the popular midwest poker tour, has a $500,000 guaranteed prize pool and is anticipated to attract many of the best mid-stakes tournament grinders in the region.

Players can choose from one of three starting flights: Thursday, March 17, Friday, March 18, or Saturday, March 19. Action kicks off at 3 p.m. each day and players will begin with a starting stack of 25,000 chips. The surviving players from the three flights will return on Sunday, March 20 to battle it out on Day 2, which will play down to a winner.

Satellites for the MSPT Main Event are up and running at Riverside Casino as of late February, including $70 satellites where one in five players advance to a $265 satellite, the winner of which earns a seat to the Main Event.

MSPT Riverside will also feature a $135 Thousandaire No-Limit Hold’em event on March 19, where one of every ten entries receives $1,000, and will wrap up on March 20 with $360 Last Chance Showdown NLH, which will kick off at noon with late registration open until 4:20 p.m.

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A table with the full MSPT Riverside schedule is available below.

Remaining 2022 MSPT Riverside Full Schedule

 Tuesday, 3/151:00 PM$70 Satellite – 1 in 5 advance to $265 Satellite2:40 PM12,00015POKER ROOM
 Tuesday, 3/156:00 PM$265 Satellite – 1 in 5 advance to $500K GTD9:00 PM15,00020POKER ROOM
 Wednesday, 3/161:00 PM$70 Satellite – 1 in 5 advance to $265 Satellite2:40 PM12,00015POKER ROOM
 Wednesday, 3/166:00 PM$265 Satellite – 1 in 5 advance to $500K GTD9:00 PM15,00020EVENT CENTER
 Thursday, 3/1712:00 PM$265 Satellite – 1 in 5 advance to $500K GTD3:00 PM15,00020EVENT CENTER
 Thursday, 3/173:00 PM$1,110 MSPT Main Event NLH Day 1A (2-Day Event)11:40 PM25,00040EVENT CENTER
 Thursday, 3/177:00 PM$265 Satellite – 1 in 5 advance to $500K GTD9:00 PM15,00020EVENT CENTER
 Friday, 3/1810:00 AM$265 Satellite – 1 in 5 advance to $500K GTD1:00 PM15,00020EVENT CENTER
 Friday, 3/183:00 PM$1,110 MSPT Main Event NLH Day 1B (2-Day Event)11:40 PM25,00040EVENT CENTER
 Friday, 3/187:00 PM$265 Satellite – 1 in 5 advance to $500K GTD10:00 PM15,00020EVENT CENTER
 Saturday, 3/199:00 AM$265 Satellite – 1 in 5 advance to $500K GTD12:00 AM15,00020EVENT CENTER
 Saturday, 3/193:00 PM$1,110 MSPT Main Event NLH Day 1C (2-Day Event)11:40 PM25,00040EVENT CENTER
 Saturday, 3/198:00 PM$135 Thousandaire NLH10:10 PM12,00020EVENT CENTER
 Sunday, 3/2011:00 AM$1,110 MSPT Main Event NLH Day 2 (2-Day Event)  40EVENT CENTER
 Sunday, 3/2012:00 PM$360 Last Chance Showdown NLH4:20 PM15,00030EVENT CENTER

Previous MSPT Winners

Indiana’s Daniel Sepiol is the defending champion after taking down the MSPT Riverside $1,100 Main Event in March 2021 for a career-best score of $162,750. The event attracted 862 runners to generate a massive prize pool of $836,140.

Sepiol, who has $797,601 in tournament earnings, per The Hendon Mob, navigated through a final table that included 2021 MSPT Player of the Year Kyna England, who finished third for $73,782.

Daniel Sepiol
Daniel Sepiol

2021 MSPT Riverside Main Event Final Results

1Daniel SepiolMichigan City, Indiana$162,750
2Jason CrewsAnkeny, Iowa$100,156
3Kyna EnglandNorthbrook, Illinois$73,782
4Jovan SudarOmaha, Nebraska$55,086
5Renato SpahiuLombard, Illinois$41,732
6Nick PupilloGilbert, Arizona$31,716
7Austin HohenadelMuscatine, Iowa$24,205
8Andy RogowskiChicago, Illinois$19,197
9Lester CrewColana, Illinois$15,024

England herself is an even more recent MSPT champion as she took down the Winter Poker Classic at Minnesota’s Canterbury Park in December 2021, topping a thousand-plus field to win the trophy and $186,709.

Kyna England
Kyna England

The MSPT also visited the venue last July for the 2021 MPST Iowa State Poker Championship, which attracted 928 runners and saw Timothy Gundrum come out on top for a $170,769 top prize.

Other recent MSPT winners include Ron West, who took down 2022 MSPT Venetian Poker Bowl for $168,488 last month after defeating poker vlogger Johnnie “Vibes” Moreno, as well as Billyray Gallegos, who was victorious in the 2022 MSPT Bally’s Blackhawk Main Event for $104,890 in January.

Earlier in the year, Gianluca Pace won the MSPT Sycuan Main Event in San Diego for $74,562 following a four-way deal at the final table.

A full list of MSPT winners so far in 2022 is available below.

2022 MSPT Winners

 Feb. 10-12 20222022 MSPT Venetian Poker Bowl1,027Ron WestLos Angeles, CA$168,488
 Jan. 27-30 2022MSPT $1,110 Bally’s Black Hawk Main Event683Billyray GallegosDenver, CO$104,890
 Jan. 13-16 2022MSPT $1,110 Sycuan Casino Resort Main Event460Gianluca PaceEncinitas, CA$74,562

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