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   Sunday, May 26 2024 
WSOPC Hammond: Rob Chow won the title of Main Event

After four days of competition, the World Series of Poker Circuit Hammond (WSOPC) ended with the victory of Robert Chow. This stage of the tournament was an unprecedented success as its inaugural tournament, a No Limit Hold'em, gathered a record field of 3,001 players. During the main event, the success was also present because 1,615 participants paid the buy-in of $ 1,500 generating then a prize pool of $ 2.4 million. During the final day, 20 competitors were gathered in the poker room of Horseshoe Hammond casino with Eric Crain as chipleader. But after the final day, he had to settle for the 4th place with a prize of $ 139,815.

Shawn Quinn was the first eliminated of this final table of 9 players. But Daniel Harrington, Darzen Ilich, Joseph Hebda and David Neff gradually joined him on the bench of eliminated. After the ousting of Erik Roussakis who occupied the place of bronze with a reward of $ 183,991, Rob Show and Aaron Steury started the final head's up. Aaron Steury, a professional of poker of 24 years old who won the HORSE tournament of $ 1,500 buy-in of the WSOP 2011 was defeated and took the place of runner up at the end of this duel. The retired 51 years won the trophy, the first prize of $ 393,584, the gold ring and a place for the National Championship of $ 1 million prizepool to be held in Las Vegas.

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