2019 September WSOP Circuit Seminole Casino Coconut Creek Event 12 $400 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) Entries: 80 Prize Pool: $26,400 September 29-30, 2019
Event 12 on the WSOP Circuit schedule was one of the last chances to earn a ring and it drew a nice 80 entries to close out the series. The two-day tournament has seven players return for Day 2 and Hamid Izadi made quick work of the final table to capture his third ring along with $8,170.
Besides this title, Izadi also went deep in our February WSOP Circuit Main Event and finished in fourth place for $82,626.
Other notables making it deep in Event 12 were Fred Dabus, Jose Reyes, Ricardo Eyzaguirre, Nicholas Visconti, David Moses, and High Roller champ Zachary Mullennix.
Event 12 results:
1st: Hamid Izadi – $8,170 + WSOP Circuit ring 2nd: Andrew Lauer – $5,050 3rd: Fred Dabus – $3,448 4th: Walter Treccarichi – $2,425 5th: Ricardo Eyzaguirre – $1,758 6th: Jose Reyes – $1,315 7th: Nicholas Visconti – $1,017 8th: Steven Sanzaro – $813 9th: Nadeem Hirani – $673 10th: Christopher Barton – $577 11th: David Moses – $577 12th: Zachary Mullennix – $577
$1,700 WSOP Circuit Coco Main Event $1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 30: 50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 ante Players Remaining: 2 of 617
Steven Sarmiento opened to 225,000 from the button, Neal Corcoran called in the small blind, and Russell Sullivan ripped it in for 2,875,000 from the big. Sarmiento snap-called, Corcoran folded, and Sullivan let out a small curse.
Sullivan was dominated and needed to catch something to double up. It wasn’t meant to be as the all-low board sent him out in third place.
Steven Sarmiento – 12,310,000 (123 bb) Russell Sullivan – Eliminated in 3rd Place ($86,060)
$1,700 WSOP Circuit Coco Main Event $1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 30: 50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 ante Players Remaining: 4 of 617
There were four players remaining on the first break of the day and there are still four players around at the second. Steven Sarmiento leads with Neal Corcorcan not far behind. Russell Sullivan is in no danger but Nick Yunis dropped to 12 big blinds.
$1,700 WSOP Circuit Coco Main Event $1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 29: 40,000/80,000 with a 80,000 ante Players Remaining: 4 of 617
It was three-ways to a flop of , Nick Yunis checked in the small blind, Russell Sullivan checked in the big, and Neal Corcoran bet 160,000 from the button. Only Yunis came along to the turn and he checked. Corcoran bet 525,000 and Yunis called after thinking for two minutes.
Both players checked the river, Yunis announced “five”, and Corcoran tabled for two pair, fives and fours. Yunis double and triple checked his cards before mucking the big pot to Corcoran.