With 20 players remaining, play had not gone hand-for-hand, yet. A player had busted, and the announcement was made that dealers should hold up. On each of the other two tables, a player busted on the same hand, leaving Event #12 $365 NLH Turbo in the money. The three players will split the 18th place payout, and play will continue after a redraw.
Jeremy Meacham has been eliminated when his pocket deuces failed to win a race against Soukha Kachittavong’s ace jack. Jeremy will take 6th place in Event #10 $1,675 Main Event for $28,556.
The board read and James Karos moved all in holding . Gary Lucci made the call with and had James drawing dead as he had turned trip sevens. The meaningless hit the river, and James was eliminated in 2nd place for $8,311.
Gary Lucci has won Event #11 $365 NLH. He will take home $13,478 along with his first World Series of Poker Circuit ring. Congratulations, Gary.
Event #12 $365 NLH Turbo received 151 entries, creating a $45,406 prize pool. The top 18 players will be in the money, with a mincash worth $608. Here are the full payouts:
1st Place: $12,260
2nd Place: $7,578
3rd Place: $5,454
4th Place: $3,995
5th Place: $2,984
6th Place: $2,261
7th Place: $1,748
8th Place: $1,371
9th Place: $1,098
10th-12th Place: $885
13th-15th Place: $726
16th-18th Place: $608
Michael Merriam was all in preflop holding king-six and was up against the ace-eight of James Karos. Michael was unable to pair either of his hole cards, and he will exit Event #11 $365 NLH in 3rd place. Michael will collect $5,995 for his efforts.