Gold ring events at Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Ind. began October 16 and concluded Monday with the Main Event final table. Rob Coventry of Cary, Ill. won the championship event along with $313,993, his first Circuit ring and a berth in the National Championship. Joining him in the season-ending tournament will be Sean Troha who put together an impressive five cashes including two gold ring victories to earn 112.5 points and snag Casino Championship honors comfortably.
Here’s a look at others who claimed gold during Hammond’s 12-day series:
EVENT #1: Robert Hankins defeated 1,959 entries ($365 NLH Re-Entry) for $92,56
EVENT #2: John Peterson defeated 393 players ($580 NLH) for $42,122
EVENT #3: Nicola Ditrapani defeated 375 players ($365 NLH) for $24,748
EVENT #4: Sean Troha defeated 154 players ($580 PLO) for $20,789
EVENT #5: James Hull defeated 366 players ($365 NLH) for $24,161
EVENT #6: Ari Engel defeated 128 players ($580 HORSE) for $17,921
EVENT #7: Ron Slucker defeated 292 players ($580 NLH Six-Handed) $37,960
EVENT #8: Sean Troha defeated 190 players ($1,125 NLH) for $49,401
EVENT #9: David Mirshak defeated 187 players ($365 Omaha 8) for $14,586
The Main Event: Rob Coventry defeated 1,147 entries ($1,675 NLH) for $313,993
EVENT #11: Lee Rzentkowski defeated 221 players ($580 NLH) for $27,627
EVENT #12: Ronnie Rogers defeated 199 players ($365 Turbo NLH) for $15,520
That’s a wrap from Hammond, but gold ring events start up again Thursday at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe. A full schedule of events available on WSOP.com.
Thanks for following along and don’t forget to check back with us throughout the season for all official updates from the Circuit floor.
See you next year, Hammond!