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   Wednesday, May 31 2023 
WSOPC: Brian Ali crowned champion at Caesars Atlantic

The $ 1,650 buy-in main event of the World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOP-C) held in the poker room of Caesars Atlantic City attracted 442 players. The challenge was enormous, because apart from the first prize of $ 139,284, the competitors also competed for the famous gold ring for the winner and an access for the National Championship of $ 1,000,000 expected to be held in Las Vegas in the month of May. At the start of the final table, the eyes of the public were glued to the chip leader Patrick Houchins and the last champion of the event Roland Israelashvili who must defend his title. However, most of the audience who came there was surprised when the player named Brian Ali dominated his opponents at the table since the second hand when he had destitute the chip leader of his huge stack.

Ali Brian then continued his run to the victory and ousted John Andress at the final heads'up, he then won the first place of the podium and the prestigious awards that accompany it. A priori, this was not the lucky day of Roland Israelashvili because despite a good opportunity that he had during the 28th hand, he missed his double and settled for the 5th place. The runner-up won $ 86,071 and Patrcik Houchins managed to be in the third place after the game. The next step of the WSOP-C will be held at Harrah's Rincon San Diego from March 24 to 26, 2011. The Regional Championship of $ 10,000 will be held after.

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