Event 10 – Final Table Underway

The final table of Event 10, the $580 No-Limit Hold 'em, is now underway.

Chip counts by seat assignments are as follows:

1. Kevin Davis 242,000
2. Mark Bell 122,000
3. Andrew Dakoski 89,500
4. Yossi Azulay 197,500
5. Frank Couich 94,000
6. Stephen Binkley 323,500
7. Robert Edelstein 146,000
8. Jimmy Tidwell 162,500
9. Monty Schmidt 159,500

Final payouts are as follows:

1st – $17,920
2nd – $11,076
3rd – $7,995
4th – $5,875
5th – $4,392
6th – $3,339
7th – $2,581
8th – $2,028
9th – $1,619

HSI Main Event Kicks Off Friday

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Play has come to an end on this Thursday at the Horseshoe Southern Indiana Circuit.  Warren Sheaves pocketed $14,013 and his first Circuit ring when he won the $365 No-Limit Hold 'em event.

Stephen Binkley is looking to win back-to-back events and make a run at Patty Till's Casino Champion points lead.  Binkley is currently the chip leader as the final nine players in the $580 No-Limit Hold 'em event move on to Day 2.  Play will resume at 2pm tomorrow.

The $1,675 No-Limit Hold 'em Circuit Main Event gets underway. Flight A is tomorrow at noon while Flight B gets underway at noon on Saturday. This is a re-entry event, if you are eliminated from Flight A, you can re-enter into Flight B.

Players will start with 20,000 in chips and the levels will be 40 minutes in length on Day 1. Day 2 will resume at 1pm on Sunday.

Stay tuned as we will bring you all the action and live updates from the Main Event.

Event 10 – Final Table Set

We have reached the final table of Event 10, the $580 No-Limit Hold 'em.  Stephen Binkley is the chip leader and is looking to win back-to-back events at the Horseshoe Southern Indiana Circuit.

Play will resume at 2pm on Friday.

Chip counts by seat assignments are as follows:

1. Kevin Davis $242,000
2. Mark Bell $122,000
3. Andrew Dakoski $89,500
4. Yossi Azulay $197,500
5. Frank Couich $94,000
6. Stephen Binkley $323,500
7. Robert Edelstein $146,000
8. Jimmy Tidwell $162,500
9. Monty Schmidt $159,500

Main Event Kicks Off at Noon Friday

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The $1,675 WSOP Circuit Main Event kicks off tomorrow at the Horseshoe Southern Indiana.  Flight A is tomorrow at noon while Flight B gets underway at noon on Saturday.  This is a re-entry event, if you are eliminated from Flight A, you can re-enter into Flight B.

Players will start with 20,000 in chips and the levels will be 40 minutes in length on Day 1.  Day 2 will resume at noon on Sunday.

Warren Sheaves Wins Event 8 at HSI

Event 8 Winner

Just over two weeks ago, Warren Sheaves finished second in the $365 N0-Limit Hold ‘em event at the Horseshoe Cincinnati series. A player might never get a shot at another ring in their lifetime, but Sheaves had a second chance today. The 30-year old from Ashville, NC took full advantage of his opportunity and took his first Circuit ring in the $365 No-Limit Hold ‘em event at the Horseshoe Southern Indiana.

A total of 173 players entered the eighth ring event and, as has been the pattern at the series, we reached the final table by the end of Day 1. This promised to be one of the most interesting final tables of the series.

First, brothers Jeffrey and Jason Epley were seated next to each other in the two and three seats. In the five seat was renowned poker professional Amanda Musumeci. Chip leader Reyna Binkley is the wife of Stephen Binkley, who just won the $365 No-Limit Hold 'em ring event the day before. Finally, in the nine seat was Doug "Rico" Carli, the all-time WSOP Circuit career cashes leader.

The brothers Epley were the first two eliminated from the final table. Musumeci was eliminated in fourth place while start of Day 2 chip leader Reyna Binkley was knocked out in third place.

That left Sheaves and all-time Circuit cash leader Carli to battle it out. Carli, who also holds two WSOP Circuit rings, did earn his 79th career cash but was unable to earn the third ring as Sheaves took down the title.

For Sheaves, he takes home $14,013 and his first Circuit ring. More importantly, the poker professional gets redemption for his second place finish just a few weeks earlier.
 

Final table results are as follows:

1st – Warren Sheaves $14,013
2nd – Douglas Carli $8,660
3rd – Reyna Binkley $6,234
4th – Amanda Musumeci $4,569
5th – Stephen Kats $3,408
6th – Franklin Caldwell $2,586
7th – Nicholas Blumenthal $1,996
8th – Jeffrey Epley $1,566
9th – Jason Epley $1,249

 

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Event 10 – $580 NLHE Final Numbers and Payouts

We had a total of 128 players in Event 10, the $580 No-Limit Hold 'em, at the Horseshoe Southern Indiana.

The final 15 spots will finish in the money with first place taking home $17,920 and the WSOP Circuit ring.

Final payouts are as follows:

1st – $17,920
2nd – $11,076
3rd – $7,995
4th – $5,875
5th – $4,392
6th – $3,339
7th – $2,581
8th – $2,028
9th – $1,619
10th-12th – $1,312
13th-15th – $1,080

Event 8 – Final Table Underway

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Amanda Musumeci

The final table of Event 8, the $365 No-Limit Hold 'em, is now underway.

Chip counts by seat assignments are as follows:

1. Nicholas Blumenthal 161,000
2. Jeffrey Epley 213,500
3. Jason Epley 67,000
4. Stephan Kats 235,000
5. Amanda Musumeci 227,000
6. Franklin Caldwell 142,000
7. Reyna Binkley 470,000
8. Warren Sheaves 163,000
9. Doug "Rico" Carli 51,500

Final payouts are as follows:

1st – $14,013
2nd – $8,660
3rd – $6,234
4th – $4,569
5th – $3,408
6th – $2,586
7th – $1,996
8th – $1,566
9th – $1,249