The first-ever 2013/2014 WSOP Circuit at Horseshoe Casino in Cincinnati concluded Monday night with the crowning of the Main Event winner. Brad Albrinck, who was born and raised in Cincinnati, earned his first Main Event title, $221,994 and a berth in the WSOP National Championship for outlasting the 740-entry field in the finale.
Joining Albrinck at the National Championship is Samuel Panzica. At just 21 years old, Panzica earned two gold rings and recorded a 30th-place finish in the Main Event to earn 110 points and don Casino Champion honors.
More on the 12-day series is available in the posts below.
WSOP Circuit action starts up again Thursday at Horseshoe Casino in Souther Indiana. That full schedule is available on WSOP.com.
Until next time, Cincinnati!