2019 September WSOP Circuit Seminole Casino Coconut Creek Event 13 $250 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) Entries: 137 Prize Pool: $27,400 September 30, 2019
The last event on the WSOP Circuit was a one-day $250 No Limit Hold’em ring event that had consequences beyond the ring and payout. There were three players at the final table, each with a chance to win the Casino Championship.
Zachary Mullennix needed a win and some help but fell short in seventh place. Howard Mash, thanks to seven cashes this series, was tied for the lead but had to settle for eighth place. That left Scott Roberts all alone. He finished second to wrap up the $10,000 Global Casino Championship seat.
Rafay Asrar continued a strong couple of days. He picked up his first career WSOP cash yesterday when he finished 18th out of 617 entries in the WSOP Circuit Main Event. Now Asrar turned around and won the final ring of the series along with $7,256 plus the WSOP Circuit ring.
Event 13 results:
1st: Rafay Asrar – $7,256 + WSOP Circuit ring 2nd: Scott Roberts – $4,486 3rd: Rick Kalgstein – $3,157 4th: Stephen Horniacek – $2,271 5th: Allan Bieler – $1,670 6th: Peter Walsworth – $1,256 7th: Zachary Mullennix – $966 8th: Howard Mash – $761 9th: David Moreno – $615 10th: Charles Petruzzi – $509 11th: John Burke – $509 12th: Jill Fiorentino – $509 13th: Mohammed Tarkmani – $432 14th: Marsha Wolak – $432 15th: Hyndi Khomutetsky – $432 16th: Kevin Blewitt – $376 17th: Dallas Bare – $376 18th: Matthew Bretzfield – $376 19th: Roberto Bendeck – $337 20th: Dell Taylor – $337 21st: Cindy Baumal-Muchnick – $337
It’s the last day of the WSOP Circuit series and we have one last shot for you to win a ring. Event 13 is a $250 No Limit Hold’em tournament and someone will walk away with the jewelry later this evening.
Entrants will sit down to 10,000 stacks and all levels last 30 minutes. Late registration and unlimited re-entries are available until the start of Level 9 at 3:20 pm and there will be a dinner break following Level 12.
This will be a fun way to close out the series and hand out ring #13.
Players begin with 10,000 in chips and 30-minute levels
Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 9
This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion