John Dollinger from Gulf Breeze, Florida caught the previous evening his first WSOP Circuit gold ring in the wake of running cool on one remarkable past event. The poker expert bested 243 competition sections in the $1,125 No-Limit Hold’em with a $200,000 ensure, played at Harrah’s Cherokee.
Dollinger likewise got $59,536 in prize cash to oblige his sparkly new gold ring from the prevalent arrangement. Two years prior, the player ran profound into the WSOP Circuit Harrah’s New Orleans Main Event. He in the end completed sprinter up to David Hubbard. Dollinger scooped a $145,186 payout for completing second in that occasion.
The pristine WSOP Circuit champion performed great in the occasion he brought down the previous evening at the host gambling club Harrah’s Cherokee. The player was mid-stacked after entering the six-gave last table of the occasion. Starting there on he just developed his stack to rise the chip pioneer.
Dollinger confronted Texan Daniel Jones heads-up. The two-gave coordinate started with the inevitable champion holding the chip lead. Dollinger never lost his favorable position over his last rival in the field of the $1,125 purchase in competition. Be that as it may, Jones ended up being an extreme nut to pop open as he made a few endeavors to twofold.
Jones really figured out how to win a few chips on two events, yet never truly approached Dollinger. His last endeavor to enhance his circumstance at the table cost him his further investment. On what ended up being the last turn in play, Jones went in for his last chips, trusting that Lady Luck would bless him.
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The $1,125 No-Limit Hold’em with a guaranteed prize pool of $200,000 was the eighth gold ring event to be played as part of the WSOP Circuit Harrah’s Cherokee schedule. As mentioned earlier, the tournament drew 243 entries from all over the United States.
The event’s field cracked the guarantee and created a prize pool of $243,000. There were payouts for the final 26 finishers. The min-cash totaled $1,308. Players completed the event over two days of action.
There are three more gold rings left up for grabs at Harrah’s Cherokee. The $1,675 Main Event is, too, among the tournaments yet to be completed. The event features a guaranteed prize pool of $1 million. It kicked off Friday at the host venue and will run through April 23.