WSOP Harrahs Philadelphia: Kyle Bowker wins the golden ring
The main event at $1,675 of the World Series Of Poker Circuit (WSOPC) Harrahs Philadelphia ended on Monday with the victory of Kyle Bowker. This 31-year-old pro of poker has thus pocketed the first prize amounted at $115,920 and a place for the National Championship 2014. As a reminder, this event was held in the poker room of the Harrahs Philadelphia Casino & Racetrack in Chester, in the United States. It has gathered 336 participants, generating a prizepool of $504,000. At the dawn of the final table, it was Joe Kuther who was in the place of chipleader. But Bowker has quickly removed him by doubling his chips during the first hand, and has afterward eliminated Anthony Minniti for the 9th place. Thomas Canuli andTim West have followed him to rank respectively 8th and 7th.
Arrived in the 26th level of the game, Anthony Payne, who has won a golden ring just a week ago, has bowed also for the sixth position and has pocketed a reward of $22,352. His thrower, Kevin Saul, has also lost face in front of Justin Liberto. He was ranked 5th. Joe Kuether has eliminated David Bivins afterwards, before beginning a rather animated confrontation in front of Justin Liberto. It ended with the elimination of Kuether for the third place. The latter has got a bonus of $52,280. After, the ultimate duel opposing Bowker to Liberto has begun. A few hands were sufficient for Bowker to win the victory. His runner-up has gone back home with the second prize of $71,664$. Let us note that the WSOP Circuit will have a stop at The Lodge Casino of Blackhawk, in Colorado, in the month of May.
Friday, 02 May 2014
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