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Monday, August 10, 2015

10:30pm Update

The final 58 players are now on break. When they return blinds will be 3,000/6,000 with a 1,000 ante. Here are select chip counts from around the room:

Bob Ricciuti - 342,000
Terry Bellisle - 163,000
David Pocknett - 130,000
Fred Paradis - 65,000
David Chaves - 60,000
Mike Nye - 45,000

Bob Ricciuti vaults to the chip lead


There are 96 players remaining in Event #5 $365 NLH Monster Stack. The top 45 players will make the money. While the rest of the field has 200,000 chips or less, Bob Ricciuti has found himself as the tournament chip leader, sitting on 312,000. He shares a table with Mike Nye, who sits on 63,000.

1st Place: Paul Zarcone ($10,645)


Paul Zarcone has won Event #4 $365 Omaha/8. He will take home $10,645 along with the title and a World Series of Poker Circuit ring. Congratulations, Paul.

Here are the full results:

1st Place: Paul Zarcone ($10,645)
2nd Place: Andrew Chapman ($6,579)
3rd Place: Gregory Gaudio ($4,684)
4th Place: Daniel Yanofski ($3,403)
5th Place: John Bell ($2,519)
6th Place: Frank Fedi ($1,902)
7th Place: William Coleman ($1,465)
8th Place: Monty Dennis ($1,146)
9th Place: George Marden ($917)
10th Place: William Perry ($741)
11th Place: Bradley Manter ($741)
12th Place: James McMarthy ($741)

Event #5 Update

While Event #4 plays three handed, Event #5 $365 NLH Monster Stack is beginning Level 12. 225 players remain from the 418 entrants that started the day. Here are select chip counts from around the room:

Fred Paradis - 74,000
Welther Marmol - 60,000
Mike Nye - 60,000
Ron Dalgo - 50,000
Chris Milano - 46,000
Chris Amaral - 40,000
Soukha Kachittavong - 33,000
Bob Ricciuti - 30,000

Event #5 Prize Pool & Payouts

Event #5 $365 NLH Monster Stack received 418 entries, creating a $125,693 prize pool. The top 45 players will be in the money, with a mincash worth $565. Here are the full payouts:

1st Place: $27,653
2nd Place: $17,094
3rd Place: $12,570
4th Place: $9,288
5th Place: $6,989
6th Place: $5,342
7th Place: $4,148
8th Place: $3,268
9th Place: $2,636
10th-12th Place: $2,111
13th-15th Place: $1,734
16th-18th Place: $1,445
19th-21st Place: $1,206
22nd-24th Place: $1,043
25th-27th Place: $904
28th-30th Place: $779
31st-33rd Place: $703
34th-36th Place: $615
37th-45th Place: $565

1st Place: Philip Shing ($14,543)


On a [2c][9c][Th][2h][3c] board, Thomas Dragone was all in and was called by Philip Shing. Thomas had rivered a flush with his [Jc][5c], but Philip had rivered the nut flush with his [Ac][7c]. Thomas will finish Event #3 $580 Six-Max in 2nd place and collect $9,731.

Philip Shing will take home the title, the first place prize of $14,543, and a World Series of Poker Circuit ring. Congraultions, Philip!

2nd Place: Thomas Dragone ($9,731)


Updated chip counts

Event #3 $580 Six-Max has been heads up for over an hour. Here are the final two players' chip counts:

Philip Shing - 1,065,000
Tom Dragone - 175,000

Meanwhile, Event #4 $365 Omaha/8 is down to the final four players. Here are updated chip counts in seat order:

Andrew Chapman - 525,000
Paul Zarcone - 210,000
Dan Yahaofski - 110,000
Greegory Gaudio - 335,000

3rd Place: Aristoteles Neto ($6,389)


Aristoteles Neto was all in preflop holding [Kd][Js] and was up against the [Ac][8s] of Philip Shing. Philip would knock yet another opponent out at this final table when the board ran out [4d][Ts][2d][7c][2s]. Aristoteles will finish this tournament in 3rd place, good for $6,389.

4th Place: Soukha Kachittavong ($5,053)


Soukha Kachittavong was all in preflop holding [7h][7c] and would need to get lucky against Tom Dragone's [Qd][Qc]. Soukha failed to find a seven on the [5c][Kc][9d][Jd][As] board, and he will be eliminated in 4th place, good for $5,053.

5th Place: Welther Marmol ($3,823)


On a [2s][8h][Jc] flop, Welther Marmol was all in holding [Ks][Jh]. Welter's king kicker was no good as Philip Shing held [Ac][Js]. The [2d] turn and [6d] river failed to improve Welther, and he will exit Event #3 in 5th place, good for $3,823.

6th Place: Baruch Thaler ($2,941)


In one of the first few hands at the final table, Baruch Thaler moved all in and was called by Philip Shing. Baruch's [3h][3c] was in bad shape against Philip's [Kd][Kc]. The [Qc][Ac][6d] flop was no help, nor was the [4d] on turn. The [As] hit the river, eliminating Baruch in 6th place, good for $2,941.

Event #4 $365 Omaha/8 Final Table Chip Counts & Seating Assignments

Seat 1: Billy Coleman - 117,000
Seat 2: Andrew Chapman - 134,000
Seat 3: Paul Zarcone - 129,000
Seat 4: Monty Dennis - 40,000
Seat 5: JW Bell - 99,000
Seat 6: Dan Yahofski - 232,000
Seat 7: George Marden - 41,000
Seat 8: Gregory Gaudio - 270,000
Seat 9: Frank Fedi - 64,000
Seat 10: William Perry - 28,000

Lots of action at 1pm

It's 1pm, and there's a whole lot of activity for a Monday at Foxwoods Resort & Casino.

Event #3 $580 NLH Six-Max has returned to begin their final table, and is streaming live at www.FoxwoodsLive.com.

Event #4 $365 Omaha/8 has returned with the final 12 players, and within moments two players have been eliminated and they have reached their final table.

Event #5 $365 NLH Monster Stack has just taken their first break of the day. The board reads 333 entrants so far.

Monday's Schedule

Today is Day 4 of the World Series of Poker Circuit. This series features $1,300,000 in Guaranteed Prizes and awards 12 Gold Rings. Here's what's on today's schedule:

11am:
Event #5 $365 NLH Monster Stack
($310 Buy-in / $55 Entry fee)
Players start with 20,000 in non-value tournament chips.
Registration will remain open until the start of level 9 (approximately 3:20pm).
Levels 1-12 will be 30 minutes. Remaining levels on Day 1 will be 40 minutes.
Day 2 levels will be 50 minutes, resuming at 1pm.
There is a dinner break after Level 12 (approximately 5:20pm).
The day will conclude at approximately 12:40am.
Full structure is available here.

1pm:
Final Table of Event #3 $580 NLH Six-Max
Levels will be 40 and 50 minutes.
Chip counts and seating assignments are available here.
Full structure is available here.

1pm:
Day 2 of Event #4 $365 Omaha/8
Levels will be 40 and 50 minutes
Chip counts and seating assignments are available here.
Full structure is available here.

A full series schedule is available here.

August 2015 WSOP Circuit Event - Event #4 - $365 Omaha 8 or better - Returning players

Event #4 is in the money


At 4,000/8,000 blinds, a player was all in for 1,000 in the big blind. Multiple players saw the [6s][Jd][9c] flop, and there was a bet and two callers. The board ran out [7c][Ah] and one player had [9s][9d][5d][3h] to beat the all in player's [Jh][8d][6d][3c]. Event #4 $365 Omaha/8 in the money, and the final 12 will return for Day 2 at 1pm to play down to a winner.

Event #4 is on the bubble

Event #4 $365 Omaha/8 is down to the final 13 players, so play will not end as scheduled.  The tournament staff has decided to let the players play until the money bubble has burst before bagging up for the night. One player has 1,000 in chips remaining, so the bubble likely won't last long.