Overnight chip leader Charles Sylvestre won the WSOP Circuit Main Event at Casino Lac-Leamy so quickly that a whole day was knocked off the tournament schedule.
Charles Sylvestre enjoyed a superb second day at the WSOPC Lac-Leamy Main Event, finishing Day 2 with more than double the chip stack of his closest opponent.
Ryan Riess clawed his way back from a chip deficit of almost 20 million to win the World Series of Poker Main Event and take home the $8,361,570 first prize.
The heads-up of the WSOP Main Event will be played out tomorrow between Jay Farber and Ryan Reiss after an explosion of action occurred at the end of Day 8
Local part-time poker player Brad Albrinck won the first ever WSOP Circuit Main Event hosted at the Horseshoe Casino in Cincinnati for $221,994 and a WSOPC ring
The amateur’s win is good for $186.6k and automatic entry into the 2014 National Championship.
The young tournament grinder defeats two-time gold ring winner Aaron Massey to tie record for most WSOP Circuit wins.
ESPN’s annual coverage of the WSOP Main Event will kick off on July 23, 2013.
The 2013 WSOP Main Event’s November Nine has officially been set, and it is JC Tran who leads the pack on the chip ladder.
Day 6 of the WSOP Main event is over and Anton Morgenstern is the new player on top of the chip ladder, with a stack of 21,955,000 to his name.
The final woman in this year’s WSOP Main Event, Jackie Glazer, was eliminated in 31st place on Day 6, which ended what was a solid showing for women in this year’s WSOP.
The fourth day of the WSOP Main Event is now over and Jon Lane ended it as the man on top of the chip ladder, with 2,839,000 chips to his name.