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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

AJ Fernandes Wins Omaha Event

The latest WSOP Circuit ring winner is AJ Fernandes (pictured). Fernandes won the $365 Omaha/8 event for $11,005.

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Here are the results of the event. A more complete recap of Fernandes's victory will be posted tomorrow.

PLACE  PLAYER PAYOUT
1 AJ FERNANDES $11,005
2 MICHAEL GARNER $6,800
3 ROBERT MINOW $4,910
4 CHARLEY MCLEAN $3,065
5 LARRY SIEGEL $2,695
6 DOUGLAS SUYEMOTO $2,050
8 DAVID BRUMMEL $1,245
9 JERRY VARON $995
10 WESLEY STERN $805
11 ANTHONY NGUYEN $805
12 ROBERT TURNER $805
13 JORDAN COHEN $805
14 PETER BROWNSTEIN  $805
15 MATTHEW  SCHULTZ $805

Live at the Bike Starts at 6 PM

Tonight, Live at the Bike will be airing a 25/50 NLHE game. The minimum buy-in is $5,000, and there's no maximum.

Danielle "dmoongirl" Anderson (pictured below) is among the expected participants.



Bart Hanson will be providing guest commentary alongside Melanie Weisner and Owais Ahmed.

The show is schedule to start at 6 p.m. and will continue to 10 p.m.

Ring Event #4 Payouts

The payouts have been announced for today's $365 NLHE tournament (ring event #4) have been announced.

There are 186 players, and the prize pool is $55,800. Here are the payouts:

Place PRIZE
1 $14,505.00
2 $8,960.00
3 $6,470.00
4 $4,750.00
5 $3,550.00
6 $2,700.00
7 $2,085.00
8 $1,635.00
9 $1,305.00
10 $1,060.00
11 $1,060.00
12 $1,060.00
13 $870.00
14 $870.00
15 $870.00
16 $730.00
17 $730.00
18 $730.00
19 $620.00
20 $620.00
21 $620.00

Maxwell Lineberger Wins Re-entry Event ($62,685)

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Maxwell Lineberger (pictured) just became the second WSOP ring winner this week after winning the $365 No-Limit Hold'em Re-entry event.

Lineberger outlasted 1,177 entries to win $62,685. Results from the event are available on WSOP.com, and a recap of the event and Lineberger's win will be posted later today.

$365 NLHE Re-entry Just 2 Eliminations Away from a Winner

The final 3 players in the $365 NLHE re-entry event have returned to the table to play for the ring.

They restart play at Level 30, with blinds of 40,000/80,000 and a 10,000 ante.

Maxwell Lineberger (pictured below) leads the way with 4,260,000 in chips. He's followed by John Simonian (3,910,000) and Joshua Evans (3,500,000).

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Ring Event #4 Begins at Noon

Today's $365 NLHE ring event is schedule to kick off at noon today.

Late registration will be available through the first four levels and will close at about 2:15. The plan is to play 21 levels today, which will have play concluding for the night at about 1:30 a.m.

Later today, at 2 p.m., there are 2 restarts. The $365 NLHE re-entry event has 3 players remaining, and will play down to a winner. And The $365 Omaha/8 tournament returns with 20 players. They will also determine the ring winner today.

Also today, the Bike's unique HORSE event event with 3 starting days starts at 2 p.m. Click here for details.

Re-entry Bags Up for the Night

The final table of the re-entry event stopped play for the night with 3 players remaining. Here are their chip counts at the end of Day 2.

Maxwell Lineberger is in the lead with 4,360,000, followed by John Simonian with 3,910,000 and Joshua Evans with 3,500,000

They'll return here tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2 p.m. to determine the winner, who will earn a ring and over $62

Edward Liu Becomes First WSOP Circuit Ring Winner at Bike this Year

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Today's $580 NLHE event is complete, and the winner is Edward Liu. 

Liu also won a ring here last year, almost a year to the day. He receives $13,800 for his most recent victory.

Liu secured the ring with the fastest heads-up match possible. It lasted only one hand, and Liu's pocket kings held up against he Ace-King of poker announcer David Tuchman.

A more complete recap of the event and Liu's win will be posted tomorrow.

Omaha/8 Done for the Night - 20 Players Advance to Day 2

The Omaha hi-lo 8 or better event has bagged for the night.

Twenty players survived out of a starting field of 131. Day 2 starts Tuesday at 2 p.m.

The chip leader heading into Day 2 is Michael Garner, who finished today with 162,500. He's followed by AJ Fernades (142,500) and Charley McLean (125,000).

Full chip counts are available on the WSOP website.