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Monday, September 10, 2018

Congratulations to Ronald Mici, winner of the $86 PSPC Moneymaker Tour event. With 1,300 entries exactly, Ronald Mici fought for nearly 18 hours to secure his Platinum Pass. We will be adding another Platinum Pass onto our World Poker Finals Event #17 ($250 NLH) on Thursday, October 18th so don't miss out. Congratulations to all the winners and read about Ronald's story at https://www.pokerstars.com/en/blog/pspc/2018/ronald-mici-platinum-pass-winner-from-th-176062.shtml






Monday, August 27, 2018

Event 13 $400 NLH Double Stack: Dinner Break, Calvin Ma Continues to Climb

Event 13 $400 NLH Double Stack
$30,000 Guaranteed
End of Level 15: 1,200/2,400/400
Total Entries: 337
Players Remaining: 87

Calvin Ma
The Event 13 players are now on a one hour dinner break as we inch closer to the money bubble. Calvin Ma is near the top of the chip counts with a massive stack of 150,000.

Three time WSOP Circuit Champion Janet Fitzgerald is gaining ground with 110,000. Below is a look at how some of the stacks are shaping up from around the field. 

Calvin Ma- 150,000
Janet Fitzgerald- 110,000
David Gunas- 85,000
Dave "Silent Storm" Grandieri- 80,000
Mark Perry- 78,000
Spencer Champlin- 60,000

Event 13 $400 NLH Double Stack: Payouts, $25,579 Up Top

Event 13 of the Foxwoods World Series of Poker Circuit is the $400 Double Stack NLH with a $30,000 guarantee. There were 337 total entries creating a prize pool of $111,210 more than tripling the guarantee.

The final 36 players will all make the money and be guaranteed at least $578 for their efforts. One lucky winner will be taking home $25,579 and the WSOP Circuit ring.

Below is a full look at the final Event 13 tournament payouts.

1. $25,579+ WSOP Circuit Ring
2. $15,814
3. $11,543
4. $8,564
5. $6,450
6. $4,926
7. $3,826
8. $3,014
9. $2,412
10-12. $1,946
13-15. $1,590
16-18. $1,323
19-21. $1,112
22-24. $956
25-27. $822
28-30. $722
31-33. $645
34-36. $578

Event 11 Results


Gordon Wilcox Wins the $1,700 NLH Main Event ($169,052)

Event 10 of the Foxwoods World Series of  Poker was the $1,700 NLH Main Event with a $500,000 guarantee. There were a total of 519 entries to create a prize pool of $786,285. When the dust settled Massachusetts native Gordon Wilcox was the last man standing.

Wilcox vaulted to the top of the chip counts at the end of Day 2 and brought a healthy chip lead into Day 3 play. He picked up right where he left off and extended his lead after eliminating Dylan Wilkerson in 5th place in the largest pot of the tournament.

Wilcox brought nearly a 6-1 chip lead into heads-up play and it was too much for Jason Bolton to overcome. 

Wilcox earns his largest career tournament score and his first six figure cash taking home $169,052 and his first WSOP Circuit ring. He also wins a seat into the $10,000 WSOP NLH National Championship. 

Below is a look at the full Event 10 final table results. 

1. Gordon Wilcox- $169,052+WSOP Circuit Ring
2. Jason Bolton- $104,576
3. Giuliano Lentini- $76,269
4. Daniel Chalifour- $56,613
5. Dylan Wilkerson- $42,459
6. Manny Okrah- $32,395
7. Sean Kelly- $25,161
8. Justin Carey- $19,657
9. Mike Deloge- $15,750
10. Shane Howeth- $12,659

$1,700 NLH Main Event: 2nd Place- Jason Bolton ($104,576)

Event 10: $1,700 NLH
$500,000 Guaranteed
Level 30: 50,000/100,000/10,000
Total Entries: 519
Players Remaining: 1
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker

Jason Bolton
Jason Bolton moves all in on the button for just over 2,000,000 and Gordon Wilcox calls out of the big blind. Bolton shows    and is dominated by Wilcox's   .


Bolton gets up and puts his backpack on as the flop comes    , giving Wilcox a pair of nines and leaving Bolton drawing to runners. 

The turn is the  , giving Bolton one of those runners, turning an open-ended straight draw. The river is the  , however, and Wilcox wins the pot with a pair of nines.


Bolton hits the rail in second place, earning $104,576 and Wilcox takes home the title, the $169,052 and a seat into the 2019 Global Casino Championship.


Gordon Wilcox - $1,700 Foxwoods Main Event Champion
Jason Bolton - Eliminated

$3,250 NLH High Roller: Final Table Set, Zach Donovan Leads

$3,250 NO LIMIT HOLD’EM 
Level 16: 2,500/5,000/5,000
Total Entries:  528
Players Remaining: 9


Zach Donovan
The $3,250 NLH High Roller final table is now set and it's Zach Donovan leading the way with 529,000. We are just 3 eliminations away from the money as the final six players will all be guaranteed at least $10,266.

Below is a look at the updated final table chip counts and seating assignments as well as what's at stake.

Final Table

Seat 1: Brock Wilson - 188,200
Seat 2: Vincent Moscati - 284,400
Seat 3: Galen Hall - 118,500
Seat 4: Yasin Ahmady - 403,000
Seat 5: Stephen Song - 203,800
Seat 6: Kenneth Ray - 81,800
Seat 7: Andrew Ostapchenko - 247,000
Seat 8: Zach Donovan - 529,000
Seat 9: Dave Stefanski - 237,500

Payouts

1. $65,250+WSOP Circuit Ring
2. $40,368
3. $26,448
4. $18,270
5. $13,398
6. $10,266

$1,700 NLH Main Event: Heads-Up

Event 10: $1,700 NLH
$500,000 Guaranteed
Level 29: 40,000/80,000/10,000
Total Entries: 519
Players Remaining: 2
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker

With the elimination of Giuliano Lentini in third we are now heads-up here in the $1,700 NLH Main Event. Gordon Wilcox is holding a massive chip lead with 12,870,000 to the 2,700,000 of Jason Bolton.

The final two players will battle it out for the $169,052 and the WSOP Circuit ring.

$1,700 NLH Main Event: 3rd Place- Giuliano Lentini ($76,269)

Event 10: $1,700 NLH
$500,000 Guaranteed
Level 29: 40,000/80,000/10,000
Total Entries: 519
Players Remaining: 2
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker

Giulian Lentini
Giuliano Lentini moves all in on the button for 390,000 and Gordon Wilcox calls out of the small blind. Jason Bolton calls as well and any further action would create a side pot between Bolton and Wilcox.

They check it to the river as the board comes       and Wilcox bets 1,000,000 and Bolton folds. Wilcox shows    and wins the pot against Lentini's   .

Lentini hits the rail in third place for $74,269 and Wilcox takes a huge chip lead into heads-up play against Bolton.

Gordon Wilcox - 12,870,000
Giuliano Lentini - Eliminated

$1,700 NLH Main Event: 4th Place- Dan Chalifour ($56,613)

Event 10: $1,700 NLH
$500,000 Guaranteed
Level 29: 40,000/80,000/10,000
Total Entries: 519
Players Remaining: 3
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker

Dan Chalifour
Giuliano Lentini raises to 160,000 from under the gun and Dan Chalifour moves all in out of the big blind for 435,000 and Lentini calls.

Lentini shows    and needs help against Chalifour's   .

The board runs out       and Lentini makes two pair to eliminate Chalifour in fourth place for $56,613.

Giuliano Lentini - 1,550,000
Dan Chalifour - Eliminated 

$3,250 NLH High Roller: Payouts, $65,250 Up Top




Event 12 of the Foxwoods World Series of Poker Circuit is the $3,250 NLH High Roller. There were a total of 58 entries creating a prize pool of $174,000.

The final six players will all make the money and be guaranteed a minimum of $10,266 for their efforts. One lucky winner will take home $65,250 along with the WSOP Circuit ring.

Below is a full look at the final Event 12 tournament payouts.

1. $65,250+WSOP Circuit Ring
2. $40,368
3. $26,488
4. $18,270
5. $13,398
6. $10,266

$1,700 NLH Main Event: 5th Place- Dylan Wilkerson ($42,459)

Event 10: $1,700 NLH
$500,000 Guaranteed
Level 28: 30,000/60,000/10,000
Total Entries: 519
Players Remaining: 4
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker

Dylan Wilkerson
Dylan Wilkerson raises to 120,000 from the cutoff and Gordon Wilcox calls out of the small blind. The flop is     and Wilcox checks. Wilkerson bets 150,000 and Wilcox calls. The turn is the  .

Wilcox checks and Wilkerson bets 300,000. Wilcox check-raises to 2,000,000 and Wilkerson moves all in for 3,580,000. Wilcox calls.

Wilkerson shows   , good for the nut straight and was in great shape against Wilcox's   . Wilcox needs a five or a four on the river to fill up, eliminate Wilkerson and take a gigantic lead.

The river is the   and the table erupts in shock as the two biggest stacks clash and Wilcox wins the biggest pot of the tournament to eliminate Wilkerson in fifth place for $42,459.

Gordon Wilcox - 12,000,000
Dylan Wilkerson - Eliminated

$1,700 NLH Main Event: 6th Place- Manny Okrah ($32,395)

Event 10: $1,700 NLH
$500,000 Guaranteed
Level 27: 25,000/50,000/5,000
Total Entries: 519
Players Remaining: 5
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker

Manny Okrah
Manny Okrah moves all in from middle position  for about 740,000 and Gordon Wilcox calls out of the big blind. Okrah shows    and is up against Wilcox's   .


The board runs out      . Wilcox rivers a king to eliminate Okrah in sixth place. Okrah takes home $32,395 and Wilcox continues to extend his chip lead.


Gordon Wilcox - 8,225,000
Manny Okrah - Eliminated

$1,700 NLH Main Event: 7th Place- Sean Kelly ($25,161)

Event 10: $1,700 NLH
$500,000 Guaranteed
Level 27: 25,000/50,000/5,000
Total Entries: 519
Players Remaining: 6
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker

Sean Kelly
Sean Kelly moves all in from the cutoff for 385,000 and Dylan Wilkerson calls out of the big blind. Wilkerson shows    and is up against Kelly's   .

The board runs out       and Wilkerson wins the pot with aces and jacks. Kelly hits the rail in seventh and earns $25,161 or his deep run.

Dylan Wilkerson - 4,200,000
Sean Kelly - Eliminated

$1,700 NLH Main Event: 8th Place- Justin Carey ($19,657)

Event 10: $1,700 NLH
$500,000 Guaranteed
Level 27: 25,000/50,000/5,000
Total Entries: 519
Players Remaining: 7
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker

Justin Carey
Justin Carey moves all in on the button for 145,000 and Dylan Wilkerson calls out of the big blind. Wilkerson tables    and is dominated by Carey's   .

The board runs out       and Wilkerson spikes a three-outer on the flop to win the pot and eliminate Carey in eighth place for $19,657.

Dylan Wilkerson - 3,200,000
Justin Carey - Eliminated