Renata Colache Proceeds to 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Harrah’s Atlantic City Main Event as Chip Leader

Renata Colache Proceeds to 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Harrah’s Atlantic City Main Event as Chip Leader

The second day of the WSOP Circuit Main Event at the Harrah’s Atlantic City stop has been brought to an end a few hours ago after ten levels of play. At the end of the day, it is Renata Colache who is heading into Day 3 of the Main Event on top of the remaining nine players, holding 2,015,000 into chips. She is the only player who managed to build a stack above the 2-million mark. The $1,700 Main Event, which will see its final day kick off after a…

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Brian Snell Wins His Second Gold Ring in a Few Months by Taking Down 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Bicycle Casino Final Event

Brian Snell Wins His Second Gold Ring in a Few Months by Taking Down 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Bicycle Casino Final Event

The events of the latest Bicycle Casino stop of the 2018/19 WSOP Circuit season has been brought to an end, with another gold ring winner emerging. Brian Snell added a second WSOP title on his account and took home a cash prize of $19,440 in the final ring event of the WSOP Circuit at the Bicycle Casino. Snell, who originates from Hawaii, managed to defeat his 451 opponents and emerge victorious from the massive entry filed of the 13th event of the series – a one-day No-Limit Hold’em. Maybe most…

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Paul Camby Scoops Début Gold Ring by Conquering 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Bicycle Casino $400 Monster Stack Event

Paul Camby Scoops Début Gold Ring by Conquering 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Bicycle Casino $400 Monster Stack Event

Several days ago, the Bicycle Casino in Los Angeles County hosted the World Series of Poker Circuit series, with a number of events having already been brought to an end. Less than a week after the series kicked off at its Bicycle Casino stop, Paul Camby emerged victorious from the opening event of the series, the 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Bicycle Casino $400 NLHE Monster Stack, taking home a six-figure cash prize, as well as his first-ever WSOP Circuit gold ring. The 46-year-old player has only recently started taking part in…

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Michael Hudson Triumphs with First Gold Ring at 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Potawatomi $1,700 Main Event

Michael Hudson Triumphs with First Gold Ring at 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Potawatomi $1,700 Main Event

Michael Hudson made a memorable comeback after a long absence from tournament poker by winning the 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Potawatomi $1,700 Main Event mere hours ago. The 32-year-old player became the one who outlasted all his 666 competitors after a tense final day during which he faced several Circuit gold ring holders. The victory brought Hudson his first-ever WSOP Circuit ring and a massive prize of $207,159. Apart from the six-figure payout, the player also got a guaranteed seat into the season-ending 2019 Global Casino Championship. Congratulations to Michael Hudson…

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Michael Hudson to Return as Chip Leader on 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Potawatomi $1,700 Main Event Day 3

Michael Hudson to Return as Chip Leader on 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Potawatomi $1,700 Main Event Day 3

Day 2 of the 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Potawatomi $1,700 Main Event was brought to an end several hours ago, with Michael Hudson leading the last remaining nine players who are to return and try to win the title. The Main Event of the WSOP Circuit Potawatomi stop started with 97 players out of the starting player field of 667 entries, who accounted for a total prize pool estimated to $1,010,505. Ten levels of play later, there were only nine competitors remaining in their quest to lay hands on the Circuit…

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Kyle Cartwright Conquers 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Horseshoe Tunica $1,700 Main Event for $198,451

Kyle Cartwright Conquers 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Horseshoe Tunica $1,700 Main Event for $198,451

This season’s first edition of the WSOP Circuit Horseshoe Tunica has come to an end mere hours ago, with the $1,700 Main Event being won by Kyle Cartwright. The latest victory of Cartwright has added another gold ring to his collection, which currently consists of eight gold rings. Apart from that, the player also took home a monetary prize of $198,451, which helped him boost his all-time live winnings to more than $2 million. Cartwright is also guaranteed a seat at the 2019 Global Casino Championship. .@da_kyky tops a 639-entry…

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Bart Lybaert Takes Down 2019 Aussie Millions AU$1,150 Six Max Event for AU$124,355

Bart Lybaert Takes Down 2019 Aussie Millions AU$1,150 Six Max Event for AU$124,355

Only a couple of weeks after he won the eighth event of the 2019 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) for $250,391, Bart Lybaert won another live poker event. This time the player took down 2019 Aussie Millions AU$1,150 Six Max event scooping a cash prize of AU$124,355. Lybaert outlasted a total entry field of 542 players to win what turned out to be one of the biggest victories in his career as a poker player so far. The first-place prize was not large enough to beat his best live cash of…

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Dave Alfa Takes Home Second Gold Ring by Conquering 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Choctaw Durant $1,700 Main Event

Dave Alfa Takes Home Second Gold Ring by Conquering 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Choctaw Durant $1,700 Main Event

Mere hours ago, the American poker player Dave Alfa conquered 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Choctaw Durant Main Event, which brought him his second gold ring during the Choctaw series and secured him a seat at the Global Casino Championship. Earlier in January, Dave Alfa won the $400 Big O event at the Choctaw Durant’s stop of the Circuit series, which also brought him a gold ring in addition to the first-place prize of $16,732. Taking down the $1,700 Main Event which featured a $1-million guarantee also brought Alfa a cash portion…

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Justin Adkins Wins First Gold Ring by Conquering 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Choctaw Durant $250 NLHE Multi-Flight Event

Justin Adkins Wins First Gold Ring by Conquering 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Choctaw Durant $250 NLHE Multi-Flight Event

Another WSOP Circuit gold ring winner has emerged mere hours ago. American Justin Adkins took down the fourth event in the 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Choctaw Durant schedule, the $250 NLHE Multi-Flight, and took home the lion’s share of the $215,400 prize pool and his first-ever gold ring. Adkins conquered the title by emerging on top of the 1,077 entry list and seized a cash portion amounting to $39,853. The money prize is far bigger than the American poker player’s so-far best live cash of $3,148 and helped Adkins boost his…

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World Poker Tour 2019 Comes in the UK with a £1.5 Million GTD Main Event

World Poker Tour 2019 Comes in the UK with a £1.5 Million GTD Main Event

Two of the largest poker brands today, World Poker Tour and partypokerLIVE have prepared fantastic news for all British poker pros – the World Poker Tour (WPT) returns to Dusk Till Dawn Poker & Casino Nottingham in 2019. The festival will run for two weeks and its biggest highlight will be the £1.5 Million GTD Main Event. The World Poker Tour has recently revealed some of the dates for the upcoming season and the partypokerLIVE website has now published the schedule for WPT UK 2019. The festival will be hosted…

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