|Blinds||20,000 / 40,000|
We have reached the final ten players and thus the players have been moved to the unofficial final table. The seating chart is as follows:
|6||David E. Williams|
Richard Tucker moved all in from under the gun and Chris Parsons called behind him. The blinds released and the hands were tabled.
"Gimme an eight dealer," Tucker pleaded.
The board ran and Tucker's short morning was over. The clock was paused for the final ten players to move to the final table.
David E. Williams opened for a preflop raise only to find Jerry Monroe move his entire stack of about 240,000 in the middle. Action folded back to Williams who made the call.
The board ran out and Monroe's trip aces were able to score him a double up.
Roscoe Bennett came into play today as the short stack and moved his entire stack into the middle during one of the first hands. He was called by Chris Parsons.
The board fell and Bennett was sent to the rail in 12th place, collecting $8,576 in tournament winnings.
Cards are now in the air!
When this tournament began a mere two days ago, 337 people had dreams of grabbing World Series of Poker Circuit glory. Now only 12 remain in contention for the WSOPC gold ring and the $112,779. Leading the pack by a substantial margin is Jeremy Drewery, who is sitting on a leading stack of 1.524 million chips.
Drewery leads by a large amount, as the next biggest stack behind him is that of Michael Nasserazad (851,000). Rounding out the top three is Ronnie Sewell with 697,000. The starting chip counts of the twelve remaining players are as follows:
|David E. Williams||671,000|
The first two levels of play today will be sixty-minutes, and then the levels will jump to seventy-five minutes until we crown a champion. Cards will be in the air in a few moments. Stay tuned here at Pokernews.com for all of the latest updates!
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