The Day 2 restart lasted but a few hands as Jose Reyes made short work of his opponent’s busting Frank Muir in second place just moments ago.
On the tournament’s fateful hand, Muir — who began the day with 13 big blinds — open-shoved the button and Jose Reyes called having the tournament title and a gold ring within reach.
Reyes spiked a 10 on the flop to take the lead in the race. Muir called for a six on the river, but it wasn’t meant to be. Muir was eliminated in second place earning $11,768. Reyes, meanwhile, went down as the tournament champion pocketing $19,039 along with a WSOP Circuit gold ring.
A full report on the event will be posted later this afternoon. While you wait, here’s a look at the event’s final results:
1st: Jose Reyes – $19,039 + Gold ring
2nd: Frank Muir – $11,768
3rd: Jorge Aristizabal – $8,495
4th: Kammar Andries – $6,242
5th: Steven Richardson – $4,666
6th: Phil Hui – $3,548
7th: Gerald Fehr – $2,742
8th: Israel Tzivin – $2,154
9th: Gary Thill – $1,720
10th: Guillermo Hamilton – $1,394
11th: Shawn Daigle – $1,394
12th: Jacobo Fernandez – $1,394
13th: Kevin Chan – $1,148
14th: Marcus Gurley – $1,148
15th: Paul Balzano – $1,148