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   Tuesday, August 16 2022 
WSOPC Caesars Palace: Kevin Calenzo crowned champion

After a rough confrontation during the final table of the $ 1,600 buy-in main event of the World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOPC) at Caesars Palace, Kevin Calenzo was the player who reach the top of the podium in the poker room. He managed to win against the 662 other competitors composed of several top players as Justin Bonomo, Allen Cunningham and Andrew Lichtenberg. Three WSOP champions were also part of the game, but they failed to go far in the competition. Indeed, Jeff Madsen settled for the 8th place, Dutch Boyd finished sixth and Sean Getzwiller stopped his course at the bronze place. With his great feat, Calenzo won the first prize of $ 197,451, the gold bracelet and a ticket for the WSOPC National Championship.

At the beginning of the final day played last Monday, which brought together 15 players, Calenzo ended up in the 10 th position. After two hours of play, the qualified for the final table stood out, and the champion had the privilege to access it. While his competitors began to join the benches of eliminated, Calenzo held up well and finally enter the final duel that face him to Ian Mack, a 33 years old physicist from New York. It was a fascinating head's up, as Ian Mack was able to take the lead in the second hand. But after an hour, Calenzo took over and dominated the game to come out victorious. Note that the next WSOPC meeting will be held at Tunica.

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