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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Antonio Esfandiari takes down WSOPC Main Event

Congrats to Antonio Esfandiari, winner of WSOPC Main Event for 1st place of $226,785 and a WSOPC ring.

Jamie Gold is the runner up for $139,820

Antonio Esfandiari 

Jamie Gold




WSOPC Main Event

As Barry Woods is being eliminated in 3rd place for $103,080, we are now Heads Up in the Main Event between Antonio Esfandiari and Jamie Gold.

Barry Woods 

WSOPC Event 21

Congrats to David Malka, winner of WSOPC High Roller event for 1st place of $70,355 and a WSOPC ring.

David Malka


Alongside the Main Event, the WSOPC High Roller has concluded the event had a total of 67 entries, creating a prize pool of $201,000, top 10 in the money with $70,355 up top.


WSOPC Main Event

3 handed in WSOPC Main Event between,

- Antonio Esfandiari
- Jamie Gold
- Barry Woods

- 4th place Ray Henson $76,830
- 5th place Alexander Greenblatt $58,025
- 6th place Bryn Kenney $44,395
- 7th place Blaise Hom $34,395
- 8th place Ludovic Geilich $26,890
- 9th place Jack Duong $21,420
- 10th place Hector Contreras $17,215

Ray Henson 

Alexander Greenblatt 

Bryn kenney 

Blaise Hom 

Ludovic Geilich 

Jack Duong 

Hector Contreras 







WSOPC Main Event

We are down to Final 10 players in WSOPC Main Event and we just had a redraw for the unofficial final table.

Ken Coplon were eliminated in 11th place for $17,215

Ken Coplon 

Bruce Buffer were eliminated in 12th place for $17,215

Bruce Buffer 

WSOPC Event 22

WSOPC Event 22 H.O.R.S.E Day1C Flight1 is running with registration open until 3pm, second flight of the day starts at 5:30pm with registration open until 8:30pm

This is a $75,000 Guaranteed event with great value, come on down and play some mix games.

WSOPC Event 23

WSOPC Event 23 No Limit Hold'Em Bounty is running with registration open until 3:20pm

- $365 Buy-In
- 10,000 tournament chips
- No Re-Entry
- $100 Bounty for each player you eliminate

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WSOPC Main Event Final Day

The final table will be streamed on www.liveatthebike.com once we're down to final 9 players, play will resume at 1pm with 12 players left in the field.

WSOPC Main Event Prize pool

The remaining players have locked up a minimum of $17,215, with $226,785 and a WSOPC ring for 1st place.


WSOPC Main Event Day3

12 players bagged their chips when Day2 concludes and it is quite an amazing lineup heading into Day3.

Jamie Gold, 2006 WSOPC Main Event winner leading the field with 2,875,000
Followed by players such as Antonio Esfandiari, Bruce Buffer, Bryn Kenney Barry Woods and so forth, complete return list and chip stacks below.