Yousef Saleh won the RunGood Poker Series (RGPS) Tunica Main Event title after defeating the final five players of a 495-entry field worked a deal. Saleh won $32,000 from the $247,500 prize pool along with the Showbound trophy. The action of the Day started with 116 players returning and Sim Therell led the chip count on Day 2. He managed to work that into the second-highest payout trying Saleh with a $32,000 payday.
Chris Brewington took the most amount of money with him i.e., $40,000. Dan Lowery finished 14th with $3,168 and Justin Gardenhire finished 32nd with $1,0460 and these two players finished the best among many other Run Good Ambassadors who cashed in this tournament. Michael Howell, Connie Rice, Brendan Terrana and Joey Huey and Mason Hinkle finished on 12th, 15th, 37th, 24th and 51st positions with a win of $4,034, $3,168, $1,782 and $916 respectively. Correy Hodgeman entered the unofficial final table with the shortest stack and he on and managed to jump to the seventh position and he shoved all in with queen-deuce over an under-the-gun open by Therell. Therell then went on to shove with his king-queen as Hodgeman hit the rail and he ended the run with $7,549. Dan Crossett ended his run on eighth position as he took home $6,188 and called an all in from Chris Brewington. Both of them flopped a pair of aces. However, Brewington got the better hand and held on the winning hand. Eventually, the table came down to six players and Yousef Salah emerged victorious.