Special congrats to our “Big Winners” yesterday who all scored $2,000+ for their participation in the various games offered at BBC&C! Both Pai Chen and Chris G. received $2,000 for their poker high hands as a part of our “Big Ticket Tuesday” high hand prizes! Poker isn’t the only route to riches though! Featured above, Bill, received $2,100 when his fully loaded pair of 8’s resulted in Four-of-a-kind paying 35-1 on his “fully-loaded” $6 bet! There are many different ways to
Attention Raffle Winners 🗣 Don’t forget this coming Sunday, October 31st at 7PM we are doing our on site raffle drawing and handing out a number of great prizes including gift cards, heavy-duty coolers and our GRAND PRIZE a 50” Vizio TV! Special item featured above is the Yeti Backpack/Cooler great for all sorts of summer/fall outdoor events. Beach outing, golfing, picnics, festivals… what a convenient and comfortable way to transport food and drinks! This item alone is valu
Come pop by for the Boston Billiard Club & Casino Halloween Party and celebrate “Spooky Season” in style! There will be live music, holiday themed drinks and even a $1,000 PRIZE for the winner of our COSTUME CONTEST! Come join on the laughs and fun you don’t want to miss out on being a part of the excitement!
A little more than 3 weeks away until cards are in the air for our Veteran’s Day $250! Set to be Boston Billiard Club & Casino’s biggest event yet, this multi-day tournament will have FOUR “Day 1” flights each with 108 players! Here is a look at the tournament structure posted below: With a 50,000 starting chip stack, blinds will start at 30 minutes up till level 20 and then JUMP up to 45 minutes from level 21 on meaning there will be plenty of time and opportunity at the lat
Just a few days left before we select the winners of our “Spooky Season” skeleton caption contest! Don’t miss out on your chance to win! Five creative writers will receive a $50 gift card good for food, drinks, pool and merchandise here at the club. The winners will be selected Friday, October 22nd! Show us what you got, there are no wrong answers!
In honor of “Spooky Season” Boston Billiard Club & Casino brings you a caption contest! Write your wittiest comment below for a chance to win a $100 gift card valid for all food, drink and merchandise. Get creative and we'll select the most fitting and creative comments! Good luck everyone let’s have some fun with it! 😂😂
Coming off of yet another SOLD OUT $250 tournament this past Columbus Day, we are jumping right into the next event! Set to be our biggest one yet, this tournament with have FOUR DAY ONE FLIGHTS each with 108 PLAYERS! A sold out event will have a 400+ PLAYER FIELD! Registration is already open at the club for the event, despite the seats this is NOT 👏 SOMETHING 👏 YOU 👏 WANT 👏 TO 👏 WAIT 👏 ON 👏! This event is going to fill up very quickly. Hope to see you all there 😎
Come and celebrate “Spooky Season” in style with us at Boston Billiard Club & Casino the next few weeks! We have fall/Halloween themed cocktails, holiday themed decor and even a skeleton Caption Contest where the winner will receive a gift card good for food, drink and pool! Come have some Halloween Fun at BBC&C!
Congrats to Steve Zampitella and Ian Alexander (pictured above) who agreed to an equal chop of $8100 a piece! No shame in a co-championship, especially after a hard fought battle like this! Congrats guys really great couple days of poker 👍🏻 Not to be forgotten were Brian Tyler (pictured right) and Hong Lu (pictured left) who were our 3rd and 4th place finishers. Tyler walked away with “4,000” reasons to play again while Hong had a great cash of $2,800! Thank you all for com
Rich Preziosi was our 7th place finisher collecting $1,250 for a nice pay day! Both he and his wife, Judy Preziosi, finished in the money of this event! Congrats to you both 👍🏻 Peter Dunn’s good karma carried him far, as he landed in 6th place for $1,500! Playing to win he found a multi-way all-in with AK but was unable to fade a flush! Great job Peter always a pleasure seeing you in the field 👍🏻 Coming in as second ”low-man,” Chris Wilcox grinded away making half way thr
Robi Abay finished 10th place getting paid $660 for the grind! Abay’s A♥️J♥️ left him in double trouble against a set of 5’s and A♠️K♣️. Great two days of poker for Abay though expect to see his name again! Alex Roukas, a former $250 champion, took a tough one after he set was no good to a back door straight! Left with less than a big blind Roukas couldn’t regain momentum but left with $840 for his 9th place finish! Strong showing yet again Alex! Our 8th place finisher was Si
We’ve made it down to the Final Ten players with everyone locking up a MINIMUM of $660! Here’s the updated chip counts: Steve Z- 1.8M Ian A- 1.030M Rich Preziosi- 985,000 Brian Tyler- 935,000 Hong Lu- 905,000 Robi Abay- 830,000 Alex Roukas- 720,000 Peter Dunn- 650,000 Chris Wilcox- 525,000 Sittipong Sayphrarath- 310,000 Congrats to all the finalists and good luck on your quest a $10,000 PAYDAY!
Peter Dunn (Polo Hoodie) is among the top 5 returning from break. With the bubble burst, players are now on a color up break as we balance tables down to the final 18! Robi Abay (featured above) neck and neck for the chip lead. Here’s a look at the top five stacks coming back from break: Ian A - 1.075M Robi Abay- 1.05M Steve Z.- 990,000 Peter Dunn- 875,000 Mike Sousy- 860,000
We are on the STONE bubble right now with 22 players remaining. After our next elimination each player is guaranteed at least $400 with a well-balanced money ladder leading to a $10,000 top prize! The tournament will be breaking in
As the tournament breaks down to the final three tables, just 27 players remain in the event with only 6 spots away from the money! Of course it’s still anybody’s game… but as it stands now, we have “A Tale of Two Cities” (or chip castles) in this case. Mike Soucy (pictured above) sits with about 880k as he’s just a few steps behind current tournament chip leader, Steve Zampitella (pictured below) who sits at about 920k! Good luck to everyone as we approach the money bubble ♥
Cards are in the air as we enter LEVEL 12 of Day 2 of the BBC&C Columbus Day $250 Multi-Flight Tournament! All 36 returning players have filled in nicely and anxiously await the bubble burst as only 21 will make the money! With a $10,000 first place prize there is certainly some major money up for grabs! A mixture of repeat finalists and “fresh faces” make up our returning 36 including Peter Dunn (featured above) who clearly brought his “game face” today! Rocking his tradema
Tom Ashurary will start Day 2 as the largest stack at 750,500. He out chips Peter Dunn, second starting chips at 535,000, by a total of 165K+ chips. How did he get so many chips? Ashurary was already a massive chip leader at about 550K in chips when he scooped another decent hand and knocked out an opponent with a flopped King High Straight Flush (of Hearts). He flipped over the nuts against his opponent who had the ACE of hearts, who thought he was drawing to the winner post
Hytham "Tom" Ashurary: 750,500 Robi Abay: 476,500 Dom Armano: 338,000 Alex Roukas: 335,500 Bob Tallini: 331,000 Jordan Phillips: 302,000 Michael Soucy: 236,000 Sittipong Sayphrarath: 224,500 Gil Tartarsky: 224,000 Su Kim: 193,500 Harold Loman: 192,000 Timothy Goodman: 180,000 Brian Tyler: 159,000 George Champey: 147,000 Rick B. : 138,500 Linda Swears: 127,000 Calvin Lee: 86,000 Derek Nutter: 59,000 Not pictured above, returning finalist for day 2, Calvin Lee.
Kevin Cronin, pictured below in the Labor Day tournament was eliminated just a few players away from bagging for Day 2 this evening. He was eliminated by Robi Abay, who is currently 2nd highest in chips with approximately 460K currently. Thank you for joining us again this month, Kevin and we hope to see you in November for our Veterans Day Multi-Flight Tournament we are hosting in Memory of Dan Decoteau, former manager at BBC&C. Robi Abay, pictured below, in elimination hand
Gil Tartarksy, is also back to defend his place at the final table. He is pictured below, busting out BBC&C cash regular, and fan favorite "Mr. Steal Yo' Girl" (Kevin Valiphanh). Valuphanh goes all-in short stacked with pocket 8's. Tartarsky is strong, flipping over pocket J's. The board runs clean, eliminating Valiphanh from play and moving Tartarsky closer to his final table goal.