WSOP Circuit Continues In Horseshoe Hammond, Begins In Biloxi

October 27th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer

The increasingly successful World Series of Poker Circuit Tour is finishing up its stop in the Horseshoe Hammond, Indiana, and is set to begin the next stop in Biloxi, Mississippi.

In Indiana, the no limit Hold ’em regional championship is coming to its final table. The tournament began on October 25th, and is set to culminate. Having attracted 226 entrants, $2,101,800 was entered into the prize pool.

Even some noteworthy players came out to participate, including Frank Kassela, Allen Kessler, and Matt Stout.

Only 24 players remained at the end of day 2, with player John Patgorski running in first place. The Virginian resident held 729,000 chips by the end of the day, with Curt Kohlberg right behind him with 704,000 chips.

The winner of the event will take $525,449 in winnings.

The IP Biloxi is the next stop on the Circuit. Beginning October 28th, the tournaments will kick off with a non-ring event. Ring events will start running on the 29th and will continue through November 8th. This is one of the biggest stops on the Circuit, and it will cater to players from all over the region.

The World Poker Tour ‘s next stop is also right around the corner, and satellites are available through USA poker rooms. Players can win cheap buy-ins through the best USA poker rooms, and those who want to get in on the events are encouraged to do so.

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