Christopher Morse Wins WSOP Circuit $365 Turbo No-Limit Hold ’em

Christopher Morse Wins WSOP Circuit

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Christopher Morse Wins WSOP Circuit $365 Turbo No-Limit Hold ’em
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The one-day Turbo event drew in 163 hopefuls who created a prize pool of $48,900. The player had an overall of 342,000 in chips. Christopher Morse was 3rd in chips at the start of final-table play.

After numerous hours of play, it ended up being clear that Morse would deal with Matthew Vascellaro from Floral Park, New York heads-up. The 2 players went into the two-handed duel even in chips and it took them just 2 hands to figure out the name of the ultimate winner. On the final and 2nd hand of play, Vascellaro moved all in and his opponent called.

After a number of hours of play, it ended up being clear that Morse would deal with Matthew Vascellaro from Floral Park, New York heads-up. Canadian Howard Leung got $3,211 for his Fifth place in the event.

Kurt Kraenbring from Maple Shade, New Jersey took 7th place, scooping the quantity of $1,881 of the whole prize pool. Brian Powell from Wilmington, North Carolina was paid $1,475 for his 8th place. Completing the final table, James Watson-Jones from Jessup, Maryland gathered $1,177 for completing 9th.

One-time gold ring winner Howard Wolper from Atlantic City, New Jersey, took Sixth place, great for $2,437. Wolper was, in fact, the only previous gold ring winner at the final table of the $365 Turbo No-Limit Hold ’em.

The one-day Turbo event drew in 163 hopefuls who produced a prize pool of $48,900. Christopher Morse was 3rd in chips at the start of final-table play.

The 2015/16 WSOP Circuit Harrah’s Atlantic City began previously today and 3 events on its schedule have currently been finished. It was just a few hours ago when Christopher Morse, a player from Danbury, Connecticut, topped the field of Event # 3: $365 Turbo No-Limit Hold ’em, scooping $13,203 of the whole prize pool and his very first profession gold ring.

Brian Shaffer from Manalapan, New Jersey took Third place in the tournament to gather $5,873. Cathy Dever from Ephrata, Pennsylvania, who began the final table as a chip leader, completed Fourth for a payment of $4,305. Canadian Howard Leung got $3,211 for his Fifth place in the case.

Kurt Kraenbring from Maple Shade, New Jersey took 7th place, scooping the quantity of $1,881 of the whole prize pool.

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