Level 4 (200/300/300)
Total Entrants: 92

Walking by Table 6, getting players names and chatting, as you do, we come across Bossier City native William Sadka (pictured). After giving us his name, and spelling it twice (sorry, William), he says, "You guys sure put on a great tournament." Naturally, we're susceptible to flattery, but the RunGood philosophy is to always put the players' experience first, and we're happy to hear it's working in practice.

Sadka finished 4th in the $180 RGPS Deepstack yesterday for $3,660, and won his Main Event seat via Thursday night's $145 satellite.

"I just play poker to relax," Sadka says, "I don't do this for a living." Sadka is the Executive Director of the Northwest Louisiana Division of Evergreen Life Services, and organization that provides assistance to adults with mental disabilities. The Northwest Division is responsible for four parishes:  Bossier, Caddo, Haughton, and Natchitoches.

"I love coming in [to the Horseshoe] because they allow me to just be me. I can cut up with the staff, and everyone else, and they're okay with it."

Sadka is once again running well, taking the chip lead by the first break in Flight A. Heading to break, Sadka held KxKx against his opponent's AxQx. The flop brought a queen and the two players got all their chips in the middle. The kings held for Sadka, and he now has over 80,000 chips.

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