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Event 12: David Moses Denys Martin Ryan a Tenth Ring

2019 February WSOP Circuit
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
Event 12
$400 Turbo No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Entries: 107
Prize Pool: $35,310
February 16, 2019

David Moses

Since winning his first career WSOP Circuit ring a little over two years ago, Martin Ryan has gone on an unprecedented heater. In Event 12, he had a great chance to add a tenth WSOPC ring to his list of accomplishment. But standing in his way was David Moses.

Moses overcame a big chip deficit to win his first career WSOP Circuit title along with $10,591 after he was the last player standing in the $400 Turbo. The tournament put up a very nice prize pool of $35,310 on a Saturday afternoon and the last 12 earned some money heading to the final table.

It wasn’t easy sailing for Moses. He had a tough final table to compete against that, besides Ryan, included John Holley going for his seventh ring and Wally Maddah his second. Holley had a huge lead to start the final table but Ryan overtook him, then eliminated him to hold the majority of chips in play when it was three-handed.

Ryan eliminated Hank Sitton and seemed poised to add to his legend. But it wasn’t meant to be as he ran his nines into the aces of Moses to give up the lead and it was over a few hands later when Ryan’s straight was second best to Moses’ flush.

A former online pro, Moses has recorded all but one of his live tournament cashes at WSOP Circuit events in North Carolina but that changed starting this year. He went deep in the 2019 SHR Hollywood LHPO $360 Deep Stack event a few weeks ago and now owns a WSOP Circuit Coco ring.

Event 12 results:

1st: David Moses – $10,591 + WSOP Circuit ring
2nd: Martin Ryan – $6,547
3rd: Hank Sitton – $4,662
4th: Paul Prager – $3,386
5th: John Holley – $2,508
6th: Frederico Robert – $1,894
7th: Adam “AJ” Umstattd – $1,457
8th: Wally Maddah – $1,141
9th: Nadeem Hirani – $910
10th: David DiBernardi – $738
11th: Mehdi Belhassan – $738
12th: Israel De La Cerda – $738

On the last hand, Martin Ryan’s eight-high straight was second best to Mose’s flush

Event 12: John Holley Leads Turbo Final Table

$400 Turbo No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 21: 5,000/10,000 with a 1,000 ante
Players Remaining: 10 of 107

The Event 12 turbo final table is set with John Holley holding a massive lead going for his seventh WSOP Circuit ring.

Seat 1: AJ Umstattd – 47,000
Seat 2: Wally Maddah – 70,000
Seat 3: Frederico Robert – 155,000
Seat 4: John Holley – 526,000
Seat 5: David DiBernardi – 91,000
Seat 6: Martin Ryan – 295,000
Seat 7: Paul Prager – 39,000
Seat 8: David Moses – 179,000
Seat 9: Nadeem Hirani – 101,000
Seat 10: Hank Sitton – 100,000

Remaining payouts:

1st: $10,591 + WSOP Circuit ring
2nd: $6,547
3rd: $4,662
4th: $3,386
5th: $2,508
6th: $1,894
7th: $1,457
8th: $1,141
9th: $910
10th: $738

Results:

11th: Mehdi Belhassan – $738
12th: Israel De La Cerda – $738

Event 12: Turbo Prize Pool and Payouts with More Than $10K Up Top

$400 Turbo No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 14: 1,000/2,000 with a 300 ante
Players Remaining: 36 of 107

Registration closed on the Saturday turbo ring event with 107 entries creating a prize pool worth $35,310. The last 12 spots will earn some money with a min-cash taking home $738 while the Event 12 walks away with $10,591 plus the WSOP Circuit ring.

2019 February WSOP Circuit
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
Event 12
$400 Turbo No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Entries: 107
Prize Pool: $35,310
February 16, 2019

1st: $10,591 + WSOP Circuit ring
2nd: $6,547
3rd: $4,662
4th: $3,386
5th: $2,508
6th: $1,894
7th: $1,457
8th: $1,141
9th: $910
10th-12th: $738

Event 12: One-Day Ring in The Pavilion

$400 Turbo No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Structure
Level 1: 25/50

Another ring is up for grabs in Event 12 of the World Series of Poker Circuit at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek beginning at 4pm. This is a one-day re-entry turbo with a $400 buy-in. Players begin with 15,000 chips and are slated to play 20-minute levels throughout. Registration and re-entry are available until the start of Level 12 while the tournament is expected to conclude around 2am.

Here are the details:

4PM: Event 12 – $400 Turbo No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)

  • Players begin with 15,000 in chips and 20-minute levels
  • Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 13
  • This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
  • Event 12 Structure Sheet

Our live updating efforts are set to concentrate on the Main Event, but we’ll provide the high lights from this $400 one-day event. Good luck, turbo players!

WSOPC Day 9 Schedule

Primary Event Schedule

11AM: Day 1B – $1,700 WSOP Circuit Main Event (Re-Entry)

  • $1,000,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
  • Players begin with 30,000 in chips
  • Levels 1-15 last 40 minutes; Levels 16+ last 60 minutes
  • Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 13
  • Day 1 will end after Level 15 or Tournament Director discretion
  • Main Event Structure Sheet

4PM: Event 12 – $400 Turbo No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)

  • Players begin with 15,000 in chips and 20-minute levels
  • Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 13
  • This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
  • Event 12 Structure Sheet

Secondary and Satellite Schedule

9AM: $250 Main Event Turbo Satellite

  • Players begin with 5,000 in chips and 15-minute levels
  • Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 7
  • This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
  • Structure Sheet

2PM: $65 Event 12 Turbo Satellite

  • Players begin with 3,000 in chips and 10-minute levels
  • Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 7
  • This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
  • Structure Sheet

6PM: $100 Nightly No Limit Hold’em Bounty Turbo (Re-Entry)

  • $4,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
  • Players begin with 12,000 in chips and 15-minute levels
  • Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 9
  • This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
  • Structure Sheet

Event 12: Greg Baird Wins Coco’s Final Ring and $11,385; Martin Ryan Takes Casino Champion Honors

September WSOP Circuit
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
Coconut Creek, FL
Event 12
$400 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Entries: 115
Prize Pool: $37,950
September 23-24, 2018

Event 12 champion, Greg Baird

(Coconut Creek, FL) – The 12th and final ring event of the World Series of Poker Circuit concluded Monday evening at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek. The $400 buy-in, two-day No Limit Hold’em event was conquered by Greg Baird. Baird, a Naples resident by way of Chicago, earned $11,385 along with his first ring.

Officially recognized as Event 12, this was a two-day tournament that kicked off Sunday afternoon at 4pm. It drew 115 entries generating a total prize pool worth $37,950. Following 18 levels on Day 1, the field narrowed to nine remaining and Baird atop the counts. Second in the rankings was Martin Ryan who, earlier this series, won a $1,125 ring event. His deep run in this $400 event officially locked up Casino Champion honors for the Trinidad resident and he was able to rest easy without a sweat in the 12-tournament race.

Coco Casino Champion, Martin Ryan

The restart moved fast with Baird needing only about four hours to maneuver through the final nine and claim gold on Day 2. Ryan, meanwhile, bowed out fifth tacking a few bonus points on his to Casino Championship tally.

In the end, the headline went to Baird who added to an already impressive resume that now includes over $180,000 in reported earnings.

This concludes the 2018 WSOP Circuit in Coconut Creek, but the tour returns in February for another “12 rings in 12 days” series.

Event 12 final results:

1st: Greg Baird – $11,385
2nd: Mike Parekh – $7,037
3rd: Daniel Chalifour – $5,010
4th: Johnathan Curtis – $3,639
5th: Martin Ryan – $2,696
6th: Stephen Harris – $2,035
7th: Wayne Lovell – $1,565
8th: Aaron Lasater – $1,226
9th: Huicun Qiao – $978
10th: David Yerushalmi – $793
11th: Abraham Araya – $793
12th: Zyad Qasem – $793

Event 12: Final Ring in Limbo with Martin Ryan Eying a Dominating Performance

$400 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Return to Level 19: 3,000/6,000 with a 1,000 ante
Players Remaining: 9 of 115

Martin Ryan looks to lap the field in the Casino Championship race

The 12th and final ring event is slated to resume shortly ( at 2pm) with only nine players remaining from 115 starting. Greg Baird leads the field but it’s Martin Ryan that has the headline.

Ryan, a six-time ring winner that already claimed victory earlier this series, sits second in the counts. With a handful of final tables under his belt, he’s officially the series’ Casino Champion and looks put an exclamation point on his impressive South Florida run.

Seating assignments and chip counts:

Seat 1: Aaron Lasater – 239,000
Seat 2: Wayne Lovell – 74,000
Seat 3: Dan Chalifour – 248,500
Seat 4: Greg Baird – 384,000
Seat 5: Huicun Oiao – 48,000
Seat 6: Martin Ryan – 331,000
Seat 7: Mike Parekh – 170,000
Seat 8: Jonathan Blake Curtis – 134,000
Seat 9: Stephen Harris – 109,000

Remaining payouts:

1st: $11,385
2nd: $7,037
3rd: $5,010
4th: $3,639
5th: $2,696
6th: $2,035
7th: $1,565
8th: $1,226
9th: $978
10th: $793

Results so far:

10th: David Yerushalmi – $793
11th: Abraham Araya – $793
12th: Zyad Qasem – $793

Our live reporting efforts will be focused on the Main Event, but we’ll provide the final results, a winner photo and the final tournament report after play concludes.

WSOP Circuit Day 12 Schedule

Primary Event Schedule

12PM: Day 3 – $1,700 WSOP Circuit Main Event (Single Re-Entry)

2PM: Event 12 Day 2 – $400 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)

Secondary and Satellite Schedule

9AM: $65 Deep Stack Turbo Satellite

  • Players begin with 3,000 in chips and 10-minute levels
  • Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 7
  • This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
  • Satellite Structure Sheet

11AM: $250 Deep Stack NLH (Re-Entry)

  • Players begin with 10,000 in chips and 30-minute levels
  • Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 7
  • This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
  • Deep Stack Tournament Structure Sheet

Event 12: Greg Baird Leads Coming Back for Day 2

$400 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Return to Level 19: 3,000/6,000 with a 1,000 ante
Players Remaining: 9 of 115

Greg Baird

Day 1 came to end for Event 12 with nine players returning on Monday afternoon to play it out for the WSOP Circuit ring.

Greg Biard bagged the lead with 384,000 and Martin Ryan had the second biggest stack as he hunts for his seventh ring. Ryan also locked up the Casino Championship and he will be playing in the WSOP National Championship next August.

Cards go back in the air at 2pm in The Pavilion to finish out a great series.

Seat 1: Aaron Lasater – 239,000
Seat 2: Wayne Lovell – 74,000
Seat 3: Dan Chalifour – 248,500
Seat 4: Greg Baird – 384,000
Seat 5: Huicun Oiao – 48,000
Seat 6: Martin Ryan – 331,000
Seat 7: Mike Parekh – 170,000
Seat 8: Jonathan Blake Curtis – 134,000
Seat 9: Stephen Harris – 109,000

Remaining payouts:

1st: $11,385
2nd: $7,037
3rd: $5,010
4th: $3,639
5th: $2,696
6th: $2,035
7th: $1,565
8th: $1,226
9th: $978
10th: $793

Results so far:

10th: David Yerushalmi – $793
11th: Abraham Araya – $793
12th: Zyad Qasem – $793

Event 12: Final Table Set

$400 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 17: 2,000/4,000 with a 500 ante
Players Remaining: 10 of 115

While the Main Event was ending their day, Event 12 played down to the final table in the last event on the schedule. Wayne Lovell came to his seat among the last ten with the chip lead followed by Greg Baird. Martin Ryan made yet another WSOP Circuit final table and virtually locked up the Casino Championship.

Seat 1: Aaron Lasater – 111,000
Seat 2: Wayne Lovell – 363,000
Seat 3: Dan Chalifour – 248,500
Seat 4: Greg Baird – 307,000
Seat 5: Huicun Oiao – 61,500
Seat 6: Martin Ryan – 234,000
Seat 7: Mike Parekh – 70,000
Seat 8: David Yerushalmi – 47,500
Seat 9: Jonathan Blake Curtis – 170,500
Seat 10: Stephen Harris – 117,500

Remaining payouts:

1st: $11,385
2nd: $7,037
3rd: $5,010
4th: $3,639
5th: $2,696
6th: $2,035
7th: $1,565
8th: $1,226
9th: $978
10th: $793

Results:

11th: Abraham Araya – $793
12th: Zyad Qasem – $793