Tag Archives: WSOPC

Caesars AC to Host WSOPC Championship

It appears that New Jersey’s passage of legalized Internet gambling may have helped land Caesars Atlantic City the crown jewel in the World Series of Poker Circuit’s 2013-14 schedule. For the first time, the Shore will play host to the $1 Million WSOPC National Championship. As a result, it will...
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A.C. Poker Pro Earns 7th WSOPC Ring

Stand aside, Alexandru Masek. Chris Reslock currently stands as the undisputed leader in World Series of Poker Circuit gold rings earned. Reslock, a 65-year-old poker pro from Atlantic City, moved past Masek on the all-time rings list when he won his seventh piece of jewelry Sunday night in Event 11...
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PA Student Wins
WSOPC Main Event

Joseph McKeehen is going to New Orleans. The 21-year old college student from North Wales took down the World Series of Poker Circuit Championship at Caesars Atlantic City this week, earning $174,147, a gold ring and a trip to the WSOP National Championship beginning May 22 in the Big Easy....
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Locals Post Strong WSOPC Finishes
At Harrah’s Resort AC

The PhillyGambles coverage area was well represented in the WSOPC Main Event at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City, with area residents taking 13 of the 63 in-the-money finishes for a total of $126,689. A total of 616 players entered the $1,675 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em event, generating a prize pool of $924,000....
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Three Area Players Cash
In WSOPC Event 9

Of the 33 players to cash in Event 9 of the WSOPC at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City, three live in or around Philadelphia. The Turbo No-Limit Hold’em tournament with a $365 buy-in drew a total of 326 entries, including the following cashers: Kimberly Demarre, of Swarthmore, finished in 15th...
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Bensalem Pro Wins
WSOPC Event 7

James Gilbert of Bensalem took the gold ring in Event 7 — a $1,125 No-Limit Hold’em tournament — at the World Series of Poker Circuit at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City. The poker pro outlasted a field of 196 players to collect the top prize of $50,106. Gilbert recently returned to...
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Locals Earn Top Finishes
At A.C. WSOPC Stop

Three area players posted top-10 finishes in Event 6 of the World Series of Poker Circuit at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City. Cuong Phung, of Atlantic City, took second place and $14, 532; Robert Willis, of Bellmawr, N.J., finished fifth for $5,853; and Wu Zhou of State College took home eighth-place...
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Philly’s Coker Wins
Harrah’s Circuit Opener

Philadelphia’s Jacob Coker took the top prize in Event No. 1 of the World Series of Poker Circuit at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City. The win was Coker’s first since turning pro in June of 2010, when he was let go from his “traditional” job. The victory earned Coker $35,000, the...
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