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Friday, December 6, 2019

By the Numbers: Event #10 Ring Event

Today's $1,125 Ring Event drew a crowd of 94 players, creating a prizepool of $94,000. The final 15 players will all be earning at least $1,820, and first place will take home $27,565 and the WSOP Circuit Ring. There are currently 27 players remaining, and there are two and a half levels left in play tonight. Good luck all!

1. $27,565
2. $17,035
3. $11,495
4. $8,015
5. $5,785
6. $4,330
7. $3,360
8. $2,710
9.  $2,275
10-12. $1,990
13-15. $1,820

Registration Officially Closed in the $1,125 Ring Event

The 13th level of play has just kicked off in the $1,125 Ring Event, which means registration has officially closed there. The clock says 94 entries total, and we will have the payouts for you guys shortly.

Over in the Survivor Event, we are officially at six full winners, as we have 60 players entered. Registration is still open in this Survivor Event until 7:30 PM, so you still have time to come on down and enter.

Good luck everyone, and thanks for playing at the Bicycle Casino!

What's Coming Up: Saturday, December 7th

The final day of preliminary action kicks off bright and early at 10 AM tomorrow, with a $600 buy-in, $75,000 Guaranteed Event. Players will be starting with 20,000 in chips, and registration will be available until 4:30 PM tomorrow.

After that, we are focusing on satellites for the Main Event that starts up on Sunday, with three $300 satellites at 12, 4, and 8 PM. All three will guarantee at least five discounted seats, and will have registration open for just over two hours.

Lastly, we have the first of two $10,000 buy-in High Roller Events taking place in the Legends of Poker room. These are limits to 45 players, so be sure to come and get your seat before time runs out. Click here for more details in the structures.

At Least Four Big Winners in the Survivor Event

Over in the $1,080 Survivor Event, we are on our first break of the day, and as soon as we get one more entry, we will be at 40 total. That means that the top four players will all be earning $10,000. Registration is still open until 7:15 PM tonight, so there's a good chance we will get to at least five winners when the dust settles.

Come on down and join us, and don't forget that the WSOP Circuit Main Event kicks off on Sunday!

Congratulations to Carol Fuchs, Winner of the Omaha 8 Event!

Carol Fuchs started heads up with a hefty chip lead, and she was able to close the deal in just a few hands! Fuchs has won many Mixed Game events all around LA, but this is her first WSOP Circuit Ring. She will take home $9,290 for her efforts, while Ruben Vera will earn $5,740 for his runner up finish. Congratulations again to Carol on her big victory!

Fuchs Holds Big Lead Heads Up

When they got to three handed play in the Omaha 8 event, all three players were fairly even in chips However, Carol Fuchs has dominated since then, and after Justin Moeller just busted in third place, Fuchs now has a huge lead heads up. She has about 1.2 million, while Ruben Vera has 300,000. 

Stay tuned to find out if Fuchs is able to close it out! 

Cards in the Air: $1,080 Survivor Event

The big buy-in events roll on today with the $1,080 Survivor Event kicking off now! This event will see the top 10% of players all take home $10,000 each. Registration will be available until just before 7:30 PM today, so you have plenty of time to come on down and join us.

Remember this is a one day event, so the winners will be determined late tonight!

Close Three Handed Battle in the Omaha 8 Event

There are just three players left in the Omaha 8 Event, and they are all virtually even at the moment. Alex Ferrari busted in 6th, Gary Deutschman in 5th, and Usmaan Mela in 4th place. Below you will see how the final three currently stack up, with the limits at 20,000-40,000.

Carol Fuchs - 505,000
Justin Moeller - 460,000
Ruben Vera - 430,000

Updated Counts from the Omaha 8 Final Table

We are down to just six players in the Omaha 8 or Better Event, after losing John Cernuto in 9th, Earnest Caviness in 8th, and Steven Toll in 7th place. The remaining six players have all locked up $1,460.

Below you will see the updated chip counts for the remaining players. The current blinds are 8,000-15,000, and the limits are 15,000-30,000.

Justin Moeller - 490,000
Ruben Vera - 340,000
Carol Fuchs - 240,000
Alex Ferrari - 105,000
Usmaan Mela - 100,000
Gary Deutschman - 40,000

Some Snapshots From the $1,125 Ring Event

We have a few player photos for you guys from the $1,125 Ring Event that you can view below. Dylan Wilkerson is here fresh off of his final table run in the Monster Stack Event yesterday. We also spotted Steven Spunt, who took down the last WSOP Circuit Main Event here last year, taking home $174,055. Scroll down for those photos, and a few more! 

Dylan Wilkerson 

Aaron Messmer 

Sam Cosby 

Steven Spunt 

Kyung Min Lee 

Over 60 Players Now in the $1,125 Event

The field in the $1,125 event has more than doubled since it's first break, as we are now up to 63 players and counting. Registration will still be open until 6:40 PM tonight, so you have plenty of time to come on down and join us for this big event!

Remember this is a two day event, with the finals starting up tomorrow at 1 PM. Come join us!

Final Table Photos and Chip Counts in the Omaha 8 Event

Seat 1: Gary Deutschman - 100,000

Seat 2: Usmaan Mela - 177,000

Seat 3: Justin Moeller - 331,000

Seat 4: Miami John Cernuto - 88,000

Seat 5: Alex Ferrari - 105,000

Seat 6: Steven Toll - 90,000

Seat 7: Ruben Vera - 283,000

Seat 8: Carol Fuchs 240,000

Seat 9: Earnest Caviness - 41,000

First Break of the $1,125 Ring Event

Two hours are in the books in today's $1,125 Ring Event, and so far, we have 30 entires. That number will be rising throughout the day, as registration won't be closing until 6:40 PM tonight. Come on down and join us for this event, where first place should be taking home over $20,000!

Seating Chart for the Omaha 8 Day 2 Finals

Below you will see the full seating chart for the final 12 players in the Omaha 8 or Better Event. Steven Toll leads the way with 296,000 in chips, but he has a few Bike regulars who are still in contention for the title. 

The finals for this event will be kicking off at 1 PM today, and we will be sure to let you guys know who takes home the ring!

Congratulations to Ian Steinman, Winner of Event #8

Late last night, Ian Steinman defeated Bike regular Scott Stewart heads up to take home over $7,700, and the WSOP Circuit Ring! Below you will see the full final table results. Congratulations again to Steinman on his impressive victory!

Photo courtesy of Eric Lusch of WSOP.com 

1. Ian Steinman - $7,735
2. Scott Stewart - $4,785 
3. Robert Rothman - $3,115
4. Ronald Neal - $2,120 
5. Michael Sneldeman - $1,520
6. Tomas Pereyre - $1,145 
7. Felipe Davila - $910  
8. Sohale Khalili - $765 
9. Steve Koerner - $685

Cards in the Air: $1,125 Ring Event

We are upping the stakes today here at the Bike, as the first of two four figure buy-in events has just kicked off here in the tournament ballroom! This $1,125 Ring Event will have registration open until 6:40 PM tonight, and re-entry will also be allowed in that time frame.

This is a two day event, with the finals starting up tomorrow at 1 PM. Good luck everyone!

Schedule for Today: Friday, December 6th

10 AM - $1,125 Ring Event. 25,000 in starting chips. Registration open until 6:40 PM. Day 2 finals tomorrow at 1 PM.

4 PM - $1,080 Survivor Event. 20,000 starting stack. Registration open until 7:20 PM. One Day Event.  Top 10% of field will take home $10,000

8 PM - 8 PM - Nightly Mega Satellite. $300 buy-in. At least three $1,700 Main Event Seats Guaranteed