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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Fredrick Arni Wins Monster Stack

WSOP Circuit Event #1 - $365 No-Limit Hold'em Monster Stack Quantum

Fredrick Arni
On Tuesday afternoon, Fredrick Arni came out on top of the final day of the World Series of Poker Circuit event #1, a $365 no-limit hold'em tournament. Arni topped a field of 1417 entries and defeated the 2016 WSOPC event #5 winner Sohale Kahlili heads-up earn his very first Circuit ring and $87,010. Arni had 3 to 1 chip lead over Kahlili going into the final match up and a few hands later found himself as a champion.

Fredrick Arni Heads-Up With Sohale Khalili

WSOP Circuit Event #1 - $365 No-Limit Hold'em Monster Stack Quantum

Fredrick Arni (left) and Sohale Khalili (right)
Quickly after Michael being Eliminated in 4th place, the previous chip leader Greg Pohler found himself in trouble by doubling up Sohale Kahlili and became the short stacked of the three. Pohler did have a spark when his pocket nines held up against Fredrick Arni during in an all-in confrontation but his cards turned cold and got eliminated in 3rd place. We are about to witness a heads up match up between the 2016 WPT event #8 Legends of Poker winner Fredrick Arni and the 2016 WSOPC event #5 winner Sohale kahlili

Fredrick Arni Takes Lead From Greg Pohler

WSOP Circuit Event #1 - $365 Monster Stack Quantum

The opening event of the WSOP Circuit stop is down to its final four players.

With Fredrick Arni doubling up from Greg Pohler in early level 19, Arni claimed the new chip lead spot.  It's currently level 21, with blinds of 100,000/200,000 and an 30,000 ante.

Sohale Khalili (5.8 mil) and Michael Lo (4.2 mil) are the short stacks in comparison to Pohler (12.1 mil) and the new chip leader Fredrick Arni (13.2 mil). The two shorter stacks both have more than 20 big blinds and have room to make a move and get back in the thick of the pack.

Greg Pohler Holding Lead in Monster Stack

WSOP Circuit Event #1 - $365 No-Limit Hold'em Monster Stack

Six of Seven Finalists in Monster Stack
With total of 189 players in the money, the final 23 remaining players in the $365 no-limit hold’em monster stack event returned today to seal the deal.

Greg Pohler, who had the chip lead from the very beginning along side by Valentin Vornicu managed to hold his position through out the tournament.

Pohler, who is a Day 2 direct buy-in player returned to the final day of WSOPC event #1 with a solid leap over the majority in chip count with 5.3 million. The closest chip stack belonged to Fredrick Arni with just over 3.1 million in chips.

Just about 15 minutes into the tournament, Pohler made an even bigger leap over the others by eliminating the first player of the day with pocket kings in an all-in confrontation.

With seven players remaining, Pohler still holds the lead with just over 12 million and Michael Lo is trailing right behind with about 9 million in chips.

 Play will continue throughout the night until a winner is crowned.

Event #14 No Limit Holdem Survivor Results

WSOPC Event #1 and #2 Return List

Play resumes on Tuesday 3/7 @ 1pm