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Sunday, August 20, 2017

Event #2 ($580 NLH Re-Entry) - Dominick Pelli Eliminated in 9th Place ($11,826)

Dominick Pelli - 9th Place - $11,826

Level:  29
Blinds:  30,000/60,000
Ante: 10,000
Entries: 1,035
Players Remaining: 8
Average Stack: 2,025,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2weO5GZ  
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2vPT5R6 
Link to Results:  http://bit.ly/2vQ5c0s 

Dominick Pelli shoves all in from the cutoff. The button folds, and Daniel Podhesier re-shoves over the top. The big blind folds, and the players table their hands.

Pelli: Q♣Q♠
Podheiser: KQ

The flop comes K♣102, giving Podheiser the lead when he makes a pair of kings. The turn is the 4, giving Podheiser additional flush outs.

Unfortunately for Pelli, the 8♣ river does not help him, and he is eliminated from play in 9th place.

Daniel Podheiser - 2,600,000 (43 bb)
Dominick Pelli - Eliminated in 9th place, for $11,826

Event #2 ($580 NLH Re-Entry) Unofficial Final Table of Ten, Jean-Philip Maltais Leads

Jean-Philiip Maltais - Chipleader of Final Table

Level:  27
Blinds:  20,000/40,000
Ante: 5,000
Entries: 1,035
Current Players Remaining: 10
Average Stack: 1,620,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2weO5GZ  
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2vPT5R6 
Link to Results:  http://bit.ly/2vQ5c0s 

Event #2, the $580 No-Limit Hold'em Re-Entry event has reached the final table of ten, and the players have redrawn for their new seats at the unofficial final table. Players are currently in the middle of level 27, with 20,000/40,000 blinds, and a 5,000 ante.

Jean-Philip Malrais is the chipleader of the final ten, with 4,195,000. All players are guaranteed at least $9,531, but all have their eye on the $119,141 top prize. 

Here is a look at the final ten players:


Seat 1: Frank Williams - 455,000
Seat 2: Jean-Philip Maltais - 4,195,000
Seat 3: Michael Azzaro - 1,400,000
Seat 4: Vittorio Faricelli - 1,900,000
Seat 5: Dominick Pelli - 475,000
Seat 6: Panja Lymsuan - 2,835,000
Seat 7: Daniel Podheiser - 2,715,000
Seat 8: Sherwin Agard - 405,000
Seat 9: Ryan Young - 530,000
Seat 10: Thomas Penikas - 1,215,000

Event #2 ($580 NLH Re-Entry) - Panja Lymsuan Scores Double Knockout

Level:  27
Blinds:  20,000/40,000
Ante: 5,000
Entries: 1,035
Current Players Remaining: 18
Average Stack: 900,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2weO5GZ  
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2vPT5R6 
Link to Results:  http://bit.ly/2vQ5c0s 

Ralph Macri shoves all in from middle position, Panja Lymsuan re-shoves over the top in the lo-jack, and Mark Checkwicz shoves for his ten bigs in the cutoff.

Macri: J♠J
Lymsuan: KK♠
Checkwicz: AA♠

The flop comes KQ3♣, giving Lymsuan the lead with his set of kings.  Unfortunately for Macris and Checkwicz, the 9 turn, and 2♠ river do not improve their hands, and they are both eliminated from play.

Panja Lysuan - 2,725,000 (68 bb)
Ralph Macri - Eliminated in 13th place, for $9,531
Mark Checkwicz - Eliminated in 14th place, for $9,531

Event #4 ($580 NLH Six Max) - In the Money

Level:  16
Blinds:  1,500/3,000
Ante: 500
Entries: 179
Current Players Remaining: 17
Avg. Stack: 126,352
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2wmjaIX
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2v4TKLy

The money bubble just burst, and the remaining players are all in the money and guaranteed at least $1,009.  A few of the notables still in the field include:

Jason Gooch - 230,000
Caleb Clarke - 220,000
Solomon Yi - 100,000
Brendan Wiley - 70,000

Event #2 ($580 NLH Re-Entry) - Final Two Tables (with Chip Counts)

Level:  25
Blinds:  12,000/24,000
Ante: 4,000
Entries: 1,035
Current Players Remaining: 18
Average Stack: 900,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2weO5GZ  
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2vPT5R6 
Link to Results:  http://bit.ly/2vQ5c0s 

Table #1:
Seat 1 -  Ryan Young - 301,000
Seat 2 - Vittorio Faricelli - 605,000
Seat 3 - Jean-Philip Maltais - 2,270,000
Seat 4 - Michael Campagnone - 785,000
Seat 5 - Michael Azzaro - 1,300,000
Seat 6 - Dom Pelli - 400,000
Seat 7 - Natale Kuey - 1,050,000
Seat 8 - Ronnie Bardah - 1,350,000
Seat 9 - Zach Donovan - 410,000

Table #2:
Seat 1 -  Thomas Penikas - 675,000
Seat 2 - Frank Williams III - 860,000
Seat 3 - Paul North - 330,000
Seat 4 - Alex Santiago - 830,000
Seat 5 - Daniel Podheiser - 1,600,000
Seat 6 - Ralph Macri - 680,000
Seat 7 - Sherwin Agard - 780,000
Seat 8 - Panja Lymsuan - 700,000
Seat 9 - Mark Checkqicz - 1,135,000

Event #2 ($580 NLH Re-Entry) - Gerald Lemke Jr. Eliminated in 22nd Place ($4,495)

Level:  25
Blinds:  12,000/24,000
Ante: 4,000
Entries: 1,035
Current Players Remaining: 21
Average Stack: 771,428
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2weO5GZ  
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2vPT5R6 
Link to Results:  http://bit.ly/2vQ5c0s 

Alex Santiago raises to 48,000 in middle position, and Mark Checkwicz calls on the button. Jean-Philip Malrais raises to 185,000 in the small blind, and Gerald Lemke Jr. shoves all in from the big blind for less (100,000). Santiago, the original raiser folds, and Checkwicz calls.

The flop comes Q♠8♣4♥ .  Malrais pauses for a few seconds before placing a bet of 250,000, and Checkwicz folds.

Lemke: A♣10♠ (ace high)
Malrais: AQ (pair of queens)

The 9 turn and 4♠ river are of no help to Lemke, and he is eliminated in 22nd place.

Jean-Philip Malrais - 2,100,000 (87 bb)
Gerald Lemke Jr. - Eliminated in 22nd, for $4,495

Maltais calls 

Event #2 ($580 NLH Re-Entry) - Final Three Tables (with Chip Counts)

Level:  24
Blinds:  10,000/20,000
Ante: 3,000
Entries: 1,035
Current Players Remaining: 26
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2weO5GZ  
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2vPT5R6 
Link to Results:  http://bit.ly/2vQ5c0s 

Table #1:
Seat 1 - Alex Santiago - 420,000
Seat 2 - Thomas Penikas - 890,000
Seat 3 - Vittorio Faricelli - 630,000
Seat 4 - Mark Checkwicz - 1,000,000
Seat 5 - Brian Clarke - 665,000
Seat 6 - Jean-Philip Maltais - 530,000
Seat 7 - Gerald Lemke - 910,000
Seat 8 - Shuhua Wu - 450,000
Seat 9 - Robert Boss - 240,000

Table #2:
Seat 1 - Panja Lymsuan - 260,000
Seat 2 - Malik Curry - 120,000
Seat 3 - Daniel Podheiser - 780,000
Seat 4 - Ryan Chua - 280,000
Seat 5 - Paul North - 350,000
Seat 6 - Sherwin Agard - 1,540,000
Seat 7 - Frank Williams III - 1,100,000
Seat 8 - Michael Campagnone - 300,000
Seat 9 - Dom Pelli - 395,000

Table #3:
Seat 1 - Randy Spain - 365,000
Seat 2 - Ralph Macri - 510,000
Seat 3 - Natale Kuey - 380,000
Seat 4 - Ronnie Bardah - 1,250,000
Seat 5 - OPEN
Seat 6 - Zach Donovan - 760,000
Seat 7 - Michael Azzaro - 630,000
Seat 8 - Ryan Young - 285,000
Seat 9 - Zach Schwartz - 360,000

Event #4 ($580 NLH Six Max) - Update - Jason Gooch Leads

Jason Gooch - pictured here in event #3

Level:  12
Blinds:  600/1,200
Ante: 200
Entries: 179
Current Players Remaining: 48
Avg. Stack: 44,750
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2wmjaIX
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2v4TKLy

There are currently 38 players remaining in the six max tournament, and 18 of them will make the money.

World Series of Poker regular Jason Gooch is fresh off a final table appearance in last night's Event #3 ($365 NLH Turbo).  Gooch finished yesterday's event in 5th place ($3,162), and is back at it today, making another deep run in the six max event.

Here is a look at a few of the notables still remaining in the field:

Jason Gooch - 126,000 (105 bb)
Caleb Carke - 105,000 (87 bb)
Patricia Herron - 102,000 (85 bb)
Solomon Yi - 40,000 (33 bb)
James Campbell - 35,000 (29 bb)
Chris Leong - 31,000 (25 bb)
Lenny Cortellino - 20,000 (16 bb)
Andrew Heckman - 18,000 (15 bb)
Bill Sotiropoulous - 15,000 (12.5 bb)
Brendan Wiley - 15,000 (12.5 bb)

Event #4 ($580 Six Max) Registration Closes with 179 Entries

Players are just returning from their break. Level 9 is underway and that means that registration is now closed for the $580 no-limit hold'em six-max event. The fourth event of the series saw a total of 179 entries, and surpassed the $50,000 guaranteed prizepool.

The 179 entries generated a prizepool of $89,500. The top 18 players will finish in the money, all guaranteed at least $1,109, and the winner will take home $25,060, the gold Circuit ring, and 50 Casino Champion points. 


Here is a look at the complete payouts for this event:

Place: Payout:
1 $25,060.00
2 $15,484.00
3 $11,125.00
4 $7,992.00
5 $5,746.00
6 $4,141.00
7-8 $2,971.00
9-10 $2,139.00
11-12 $1,539.00
13-18 $1,109.00

More information can also be found on WSOP.com by clicking THIS LINK.

Event #2 ($580 NLH Re-Entry) - A Round of Chip Counts

Level:  22
Blinds:  6,000/12,000
Ante: 2,000
Entries: 1,035
Current Players Remaining: 48
Avg. Stack: 337,500
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2weO5GZ  
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2vPT5R6  

Here is a look at a few of the notables still in the field:

Sherwin Agard - 1,200,000
Ronnie Bardah - 860,000
Daniel Podheiser - 740,000
Zach Donovan - 510,000
Paul North - 450,000
Ralph Macri - 400,000
Dominick Pelli - 400,000
Gerard Lemke Jr. - 370,000
Fred Paradis - 360,000
Vittorio Faricelli - 320,000
Ryan Chua - 210,000
Michael Azzaro - 180,000
Randy Spain - 180,000
Michael Nye - 120,000
Andrew Kloc - 105,000

Event #2 ($580 NLH Re-Entry) - Baseem Nsier Sends One Home, and Triples

Level:  22
Blinds:  6,000/12,000
Ante: 2,000
Entries: 1,035
Current Players Remaining: 48
Avg. Stack: 337,500
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2weO5GZ  
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2vPT5R6  

According to the table, Baseem Nsier just tripled up, and sent an opponent home.  A player under the gun had min raised, Nsier shoved all in on the button, the big blind tank-called (having both players covered) with ace-queen, and the player under the gun called with pocket fives.

Nsier flopped an eight, and held, eliminating the player under the gun, and doubling through the big blind.

Baseem Nsier - 400,000

Event #2 ($580 NLH Re-Entry) - Photos

Level:  21
Blinds:  5,000/10,000
Ante: 1,000
Entries: 1,035
Current Players Remaining: 60
Avg. Stack: 270,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2weO5GZ  
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2vPT5R6  

Andrew Kloc

Daniel Podheiser


JeWook Oh

John Caputo

Fred Paradis

Michael Azzaro

Michael Guzzardi

Michael Nye

Roland Israelashvili

Ryan Chua

Samuel Taylor

Sherwin Agard

Solomon Yi

Zach Donovan

Event #2 ($580 NLH Re-Entry) - Sherwin Agard Sends Two Home KK vs AA vs QQ

Sherwin Agard

Level:  19
Blinds:  3,000/6,000
Ante: 1,000
Entries: 1,035
Current Players Remaining: 107
Avg. Stack: 151,401
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2weO5GZ  
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2vPT5R6  

The player under the gun limps in. It folds to Isaac Owusu on the button who shoves all in, and Sherwin Agard re-shoves for more in the big blind. The player under the gun snap-calls, and the players table their hands:

Agard: K♣K♠
Owusu: Q♣Q
Under the Gun: AA♣

The flop comes J86♠ leaving the pair of aces in the lead, but the K on the turn gives Agard a set of kings to take the lead.

The 4 on the river does not change the hand, and after a close count of chips, it's determined that Agard has both players covered, and they are both eliminated from play.

Sherwin Agard - 470,000 (78 bb)

Event #2 ($580 NLH Re-Entry) - Link to Follow Results

Level:  19
Blinds:  3,000/6,000
Ante: 1,000
Entries: 1,035
Current Players Remaining: 107
Avg. Stack: 151,401
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2weO5GZ  
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2vPT5R6  

All results for Event #2 are being updated as they come in, and can be found on WSOP.com at the following direct link:  http://www.wsop.com/tournaments/results.asp?grid=1361&tid=15892

Event #2 ($580 NLH Re-Entry) In the Money

Level:  18
Blinds:  2,500/5,000
Ante: 500
Entries: 1,035
Current Players Remaining: 133
Avg. Stack: 940,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information:  http://bit.ly/2weO5GZ  
WSOP.com Site Updates:  http://bit.ly/2vPT5R6  

The money bubble has officially burst, leaving all of the remaining 135 players in the money, and guaranteed at least $1,005.

A few of the players that unfortunately did not make it into the money included: Matthew 'Bucky' Wantman, Kevin Sniffin, Andrew Weinstock, Aaron Davis, Matthew Sidari, Scott Downer, David Chaves, Alison McMahon, Caleb Clarke, Johanssy Joseph, John Ray, Chris Hancock, and Michael Knuts.

Event #4 ($580 No-Limit Hold'em Six-Max) Kicks Off at 12 PM

The fourth event of the series and the only short-handed event gets underway on Sunday afternoon. The $580 no-limit hold'em six-max event gets underway at 12 p.m. and here are the details:
  • Players start with 12,000 in tournament chips
  • Blinds start at 25/50
  • Day 1 is scheduled for 21 levels before players bag up for the day  (Levels 1-18 are 30 minutes in length, and Levels 19-21 are 45 minutes in length.)
  • There will be a 15-minute break after levels 4, 8, 15 and 18
  • There will be a 60-minute dinner break after level 12
  • Players are are allowed one re-entry while registration is open
  • Late registration and re-entry is open until the start of level 9 (~4:30 p.m.)
  • There is a $50,000 guaranteed prizepool for the event
  • The survivors of Day 1 will return on Monday August 21st at 1 p.m. to play down to a winner

Schedule For Sun. August 20th - Foxwoods WSOP Series

12 PM - Event #4:  $580 No-Limit Hold'em Six Max  **$50,000 Guaranteed
  • Players start with 12,000 in tournament chips.
  • Blinds start at 25/50
  • Day one is scheduled to play 21 levels. (Levels 1-18 are 30 minutes in length, Levels 19+ are 45 minutes in length
  • Late registration is open until the start of level 9 (~4:30 p.m.)
  • Players are allowed one re-entry while registration is open
  • There are 15 minute breaks after levels 4, 8, 15, and 18
  • There is a 60-minute dinner break after level 12
  • There is a $50,000 guaranteed prizepool for this event
  • Day 2 play will resume at 1 p.m. on Monday August 21st 
  • Structure sheet can be found by clicking THIS LINK

12 PM - Event #2:  $580 No-Limit Hold'em Multi-Flight Re-Entry  **DAY 2**
  • For a list of all players advancing to day 2, please see THIS LINK 

3 PM - $250 Mega Super Satellite - Win a $1,675 voucher  2 Seats Guaranteed

6 PM - $120 No-Limit Hold'em

8:30 PM - $100 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty Tournament

A full schedule of all August 2017 Foxwoods WSOP events can be found HERE.
A full schedule of all Foxwoods Poker Tournaments, including daily tourneys can be found HERE.

Event #2 ($580 NLH Re-Entry) Day 2 Seat Assignments

Table/Seat: Player: Chip Count:
1-1 Parrott, James 104,000
1-2 Singer, David 42,000
1-3 Thom, Michael 145,000
1-4 Kopjanski, Michael 53,000
1-5 Spector, Glenn 21,000
1-6 Wu, Shuhua 128,000
1-7 Nangle, Chris 106,000
1-8 Lavoie, Brandon 145,500
1-9 Kim, Lowell 51,500
2-1 Sniffin, Kevin 132,000
2-2 Cutroni, Dan 76,500
2-3 Renaudette, Chris 121,500
2-4 Podheiser, Daniel 133,000
2-5 Clarke, Brian 125,000
2-6 Huang, Zhang 56,000
2-7 Nye, Michael 91,500
2-8 McGrath, Michael 35,000
2-9 Kieras, Bob 56,500
3-1 Zavala, Edward 32,500
3-2 Romanow, Jason 35,500
3-3 Owusu, Isaac 52,500
3-4 Ricciuti, Bob 36,500
3-5 Williams, Christopher 29,500
3-6 Brunell, Stephen 91,500
3-7 Wilson, Bryan 145,500
3-8 Xie, Ruoyi 51,500
3-9 OPEN SEAT n/a
4-1 Brauer, Paul 79,500
4-2 Graham, Luke 84,500
4-3 Williams, Frank III 96,500
4-4 OPEN SEAT n/a
4-5 Richards, Anthony 64,500
4-6 Marshall, Kareem 37,500
4-7 DeVoe, Robert 47,000
4-8 Curry, Malik 120,000
4-9 Goldfarb, Max 31,500
5-1 Yiovanakos, John 114,500
5-2 Sousa, Ricardo 91,500
5-3 Weinstock, Andrew 25,000
5-4 O'Brien, Warren 74,500
5-5 Moreau, Josh $90,500
5-6 OPEN SEAT n/a
5-7 Ly, Hai 46,500
5-8 Perry, Mark 61,000
5-9 Hernandez, Joel 37,000
6-1 North, Paul 165,500
6-2 Doza, Fleaszer 55,000
6-3 Cioffi, Paul 115,500
6-4 Paradis, Fred 183,500
6-5 Rawlinson, Kenneth 56,000
6-6 Cubillos, Harold 30,500
6-7 DeCrescenzo, Robert 45,500
6-8 Lightford, Kenneth 40,000
6-9 Ross, Robert 78,500
7-1 Szafarowicz, Mark 147,500
7-2 Perry, Derrick 33,500
7-3 Young, Ryan 67,500
7-4 Geddes, Linsford 72,000
7-5 Ramon, Humberto 49,000
7-6 Johnson, Daryl 121,000
7-7 Pirraglia, Timothy 73,000
7-8 Sotiropoulous, William 212,500
7-9 Goode, Kelvin 48,000
8-1 Zobian, Aram 125,000
8-2 Rafferty, Jim 32,000
8-3 Davis, Aaron 47,000
8-4 Al-Khatib, Khaled 61,500
8-5 Loranger, Tyler 49,000
8-6 Caputo, John 115,500
8-7 Beaudoin, Dale 180,300
8-8 Sidari, Mathew 56,000
8-9 Frey, Kenneth 155,500
9-1 Martel, Michael 43,000
9-2 Deckel, Gary 100,000
9-3 Marzumdar, Neel 78,500
9-4 Champlin, Spencer 97,500
9-5 Rines, Kevin 37,500
9-6 Balidemaj, Veton 53,200
9-7 Kloc, Andrew 270,000
9-8 Israelashvili, Roland 109,500
9-9 Kannon, Rod 147,500
10-1 Santiago, Alex 49,000
10-2 Mezhoud, Hamid 97,000
10-3 Eiermann, Darren 54,000
10-4 Cuenca, David 146,000
10-5 Afdasta, Milad 26,500
10-6 Azzaro, Michael 289,000
10-7 Montecalvo, Alessandro 45,500
10-8 Miller, Robert 121,500
10-9 Pryce, Thomas 62,000
11-1 Downer, Scott 32,500
11-2 Driscoll, Ted 47,500
11-3 Vitone, Anthony 170,500
11-4 Oh, Jewook 216,000
11-5 Soedomo, Al 27,500
11-6 Sass, John 32,000
11-7 Zajaczkowski, Janusz 17,000
11-8 Gunas, David 83,500
11-9 Chaves, David 22,500
12-1 Granata, Sam 54,000
12-2 Solitro, Matt 109,000
12-3 Penikas, Thomas 114,000
12-4 Racz, Carl 18,000
12-5 Maltais, Jean-Philip 156,000
12-6 Steiner, Joshua 61,500
12-7 Currie, Paul 67,000
12-8 Matos, Joe 84,000
12-9 Cervone, Pike 23,000
13-1 Thielman, Nicolaas 67,000
13-2 Checkwicz, Mark 77,000
13-3 McMahon, Alison 17,500
13-4 Piscitelli, Vincent 98,500
13-5 Cobb, Charles 174,000
13-6 Flanagan, Todd 100,500
13-7 Birmingham, Ron 37,000
13-8 Morgovsky, Alexander 261,500
13-9 Pipes, Casey 41,500
14-1 Clarke, Caleb 68,500
14-2 Chividian, Joseph 171,000
14-3 Tripodi, Jared 124,500
14-4 Thai, Sang 91,500
14-5 Demers, Serge 23,000
14-6 Joseph, Johanssy 247,500
14-7 Smith, Guy 32,500
14-8 Macri, Ralph 266,000
14-9 Agard, Sherwin 88,000
15-1 Yi, Solomon 111,500
15-2 Estevam, Marco 71,500
15-3 Lemke, Gerald Jr. 101,500
15-4 Amarapu, Vasu 29,500
15-5 Taylor, Samuel 76,500
15-6 Krach, Adam 30,500
15-7 OPEN SEAT n/a
15-8 Haddad, Firas 115,500
15-9 Campagnone, Michael 92,500
16-1 Roy, John 29,500
16-2 McCard, Jonathan 35,000
16-3 Hukmani, Rohit 132,500
16-4 Scott, Rich 93,000
16-5 OPEN SEAT n/a
16-6 Merron, Kyle 50,000
16-7 Forca, Michael 85,000
16-8 Bardah, Ronnie 131,500
16-9 Schumacher, Mark 62,000
17-1 Dennehy, John 87,000
17-2 Zacharias, Michael 144,500
17-3 Kosko, Joseph 31,000
17-4 Saltzman, Alex 44,500
17-5 Lobel, Daniel 24,500
17-6 Vasiliadis, Apostolos 83,500
17-7 Mitrokostas, Spiro 67,500
17-8 Whelen, Dennis 101,500
17-9 Tokatlyan, Mike 162,500
18-1 Lymsuan, Panja 36,000
18-2 OPEN SEAT n/a
18-3 Pham, Tony 130,000
18-4 Ferri, Anthony 52,000
18-5 Sousa, Saul 75,000
18-6 Findlay, Alex 45,000
18-7 Harris, Anthony 71,500
18-8 Godin, Dorian 175,000
18-9 Casparriello, Michael 66,500
19-1 OPEN SEAT n/a
19-2 Koosel, Eric 26,000
19-3 Caouette, Nicholas $16,500
19-4 Giliberto, Paul 45,000
19-5 Brennan, Mark 52,000
19-6 Mostafa, Ryan 137,600
19-7 Magner, James 132,000
19-8 Lebedz, Scott 63,000
19-9 Hancock, Chris 37,000
20-1 Polcari, Tim 64,500
20-2 Loriggio, Giuseppe 81,500
20-3 OPEN SEAT n/a
20-4 Wundeler, Glen 99,000
20-5 Guzzardi, Michael 116,500
20-6 Blythe, Eric 39,000
20-7 Donovan, Zach 344,500
20-8 Mical, William 115,000
20-9 Knuts, Michael 29,000
21-1 Spain, Randy 125,000
21-2 Nsier, Baseem 98,000
21-3 McGaffigan, Kevin 52,000
21-4 Wantman, Mathew 25,000
21-5 Penhall, Kevin 21,000
21-6 Haughey, Brian 19,000
21-7 Chua, Ryan 131,000
21-8 MacDonald, Corey 100,500
21-9 Lu, Siyuan 30,500
22-1 Noonan, Brad 134,000
22-2 Kraemer, Mackenzie 80,000
22-3 Legendre, Rodney 99,500
22-4 Monroig, Mike 63,000
22-5 Schwartz, Zachary 86,000
22-6 Kuey, Natale 174,000
22-7 Arcand, Albert 110,500
22-8 Faricelli, Vittorio 126,500
22-9 Pelli, Dom 51,000

Seating assignments, along with other reports, can also be found on WSOP.com.

Event #3 ($365 NLH Turbo) - Quintin Tyson Wins First Circuit Ring and $16,575

Quintin Tyson has defeated Eric York heads up to take home his first World Series of Poker Circuit ring, and $16,575.  

Foxwoods Event 3 Winner - Quintin Tyson
Quintin Tyson - Event #3 Winner - $16,575

Quinton Tyson just won his first World Series of Poker Circuit ring, and $16,575, in Event #3, the $365 No-Limit Hold'em Turbo event at Foxwoods Casino. Tyson bested a field of 221 entries over the course of the one-day tournament. He started playing at 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon, and just about 12 hours later, he is now the proud owner of his own gold Circuit ring.

Tyson is a busy Assistant Manager of a day program at the Kennedy Center, working with high functioning special needs adults. He works a 9-5 schedule Monday through Friday, but said that he has been trying to put more time and effort into his poker playing. Today's win is his biggest tournament cash to date, and he is ecstatic to have won a ring as well.

"I have been trying so hard to get some type of poker hardware, this feels great," Tyson said.

Tyson recently took a trip to Texas to help his sister move, and while down there, he took second in a smaller poker tournament. He returned from his trip just yesterday, and said that he specifically came back in time to play Event #3. 

"I circled this one on my calendar. Because of my work schedule, I knew that this was one I could get into, since it was a one-day event. I came back on Friday from Texas purposely so I could get here for this event." Tyson said with a smile.

Official WSOP.com Report

Event #3 ($365 NLH Turbo) - Eric York Eliminated in 2nd Place ($10,244)

Eric York - 2nd Place - $10,244

Eric York has been eliminated in 2nd place in event #3. He shoved all in on the button holding K10 and was called by Quintin Tyson holding A♠7.

The board ran out Q8♣7♣9♣Q♣ awarding Tyson the pot, and eliminating York in second place.