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Saturday, March 11, 2017

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Mike Nia
The action starts with Hunter Moss raising to 4,000 UTG pre-flop. Then four other players including Mike Nia all call. 

Flop comes [5s] [Js] [7d]. Hunter Moss checks. The player to the left of Moss bets 12,000 with 3 players behind. Nia calls and the rest of the players fold. 

Heads up on a turn of [Ah]. The raiser from the flop check folds to Nia's 15,000 bet. 

Mike Nia - 112,000

WSOP Circuit: Bruce Buffer Eliminated by Toby Lewis

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Toby Lewis raises to 3,000 pre-flop and Bruce Buffer re-raises to 7,000.  It is folded back around to Lewis, which he 3 bets to 15,000. Buffer calls. 

The flop comes 4c Jd 3h. Buffer checks and Lewis bets 12,000. Buffer re-raises Lewis once again to 26,000 and gets a flat call. 

Turn comes 10s. Buffer moves all in and Lewis instant calls. Buffer shows QhQs and Lewis turns over AdAc. 

The river is the Kh and Lewis's Aces hold. 

Toby Lewis - 220,000
Bruce Buffer - Eliminated 

WSOP Circuit Main Event: Toby Lewis Picks Up a Knockout

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Toby Lewis
Toby Lewis makes it to 4,000 from the cut-off before the flop and the player from the big blind goes all-in and gets a snap call.

Big Blind: AJo
Lewis: TT

The board runs out Qh 2c 10c 6h 4h and Lewis adds another chunk to his chips.

Toby Lewis - 150,000

WSOP Circuit: Jose Marcal Wins $365 No-Limit Hold'em

WSOP Circuit Event #7 - $365 No-Limit Hold'em

Jose Marcal wins $365 No-Limit Hold'em
Jose Marcal is the $365 World Series of Poker Circuit Event #7 champion. The victory didn't come so easily as Christopher Ocksrider doubled up from Marcal during their heads up match, which gave them almost even amount of chips at one point. However, Marcal didn't let it get to him and after a long battle, was able to eliminate Ocksrider to take home his first ring and $14,275.

Here are a look at the final table results: 

2nd: Christopher Ocksrider - $8,815
3rd: Robert Yunger - $6,365
4th: Joseph Szegedy - $4,675
5th: Peter Lawson - $3,495
6th: Donald Markwardt - $2,655
7th: Kristopher Missam - $2,050
8th: Alexander Smith - $1,610
9th: Valentin Vornicu - 1,285
10th: Alexander Massman - $1,040

WSOP Circuit Main Event: Maria Ho Takes One Without Showdown

WSOP Circuit - $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Maria Ho

Maria Ho seems to have caught momentum.

Maria, raises to 1,800 from the small blind and gets call from a player in middle position. 

The flop comes 5d 6s ks and Ho checks to the caller, who bets 2,300. Ho calls without hesitation. 

The turn card is Qh. Ho checks once again and the caller checks back. 

The river is a 3s, a possible flush for either one of the players. Ho then bets 4,000 and the player in the middle position mucks his cards. 

Maria Ho - 65,000

WSOP Circuit Main Event: Mark Darner Eliminated

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Mark Darner is eliminated by the worst hand in poker
The action starts with Mark Darner raising to 1,800. The small blind and the big blind both call.

Flop comes down 2d 2s 6d. The small blind checks and the big blind checks before Darner bets 1,200. The small blind check-raises to 3,500 and the big blind folds. Darner three-bets all-in for 14,750 and gets a snap call from the small blind. 

Darner shows Ad3d, good for the nut flush draw, but needs to hit a diamond against his opponent's 7c2c.

The turn comes Ks and the river is the 10c. Darner misses his flush draw and is eliminated by the small blind's trip deuces.

Mark Darner - Eliminated  

WSOP Circuit Main Event: Phil Laak Makes a Flush

WSOP Circuit - $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Phil Laak

The player under the gun limps in for 400 and Phil Laak raises to 1,200. The small blind calls and the player under the gun calls.

The flop comes down 5d 7s 9s. The small blind checks and under the gun player checks before Laak bets 16,000. Small blind calls and the under the gun player folds.

They are heads-up to a turn of 2s and the small blind checks with Laak checking behind. 

The river is 6d and the small blind checks again. Laak makes a bet of 13,700. The small blind thinks for a bit and calls. Laak shows Ks 4s for a king high flush and the small blind immediately mucks his cards.

Phil Laak - 12,600

WSOP Circuit Main Event: Dave Banerjee Off to a Rough Start

WSOP Circuit - $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Dave Banerjee
Mega Million #8 winner here at the Bicycle Casino off to a rough start..

Dave Banerjee raises to 2,000 and the player in the big blind calls. The flop comes 4s Qh 5h. The big blind checks and Banerjee bets 1,200. The big blind calls.

The turn comes the 10c and the big blind checks. Banerjee bets 3,300 and the big blind calls.

The 6d comes on the river, and the big blind checks once again. Banerjee bets a third time, this time 15,000 and gets a call from the big blind. The big blind shows Qc9d and wins the pot with a pair of queens against Banerjee's KhJs. 

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