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2010 Horseshoe Southern Indiana
World Series of Poker Circuit Event

Horseshoe Southern Indiana
Elizabeth, Indiana
October 23 -- November 2, 2009

The 2010 Horseshoe Southern Indiana World Series of Poker circuit tournament is the second leg of Season 6.

Event #1 -- No Limit Hold'Em

First event had 538 players pay $345 each for a seat at the tables. Pool size reached $161,400 which went to the top 53 in the field. Here are the final table results:
  1. Edward Shade -- $43,908
  2. Michael Woods -- $23,175
  3. Noah Berger -- $12,113
  4. Richard Gutierrez -- $10,598
  5. Gerald Pasket -- $9,084
  6. Charles Thomas -- $7,570
  7. Vinson Smith -- $6,056
  8. Bryan Dillon -- $4,542
  9. Kevin Burnard -- $3,028
Event #2 -- No Limit Hold'Em

Next event had 291 participants, paying an entry fee of $555. Cash pool rose to $145,500 going to the top 27 finishers.
  1. David Leonard -- $43,515
  2. David Cook -- $23,933
  3. Christopher Mascagni -- $12,239
  4. Bob Muriel -- $9,519
  5. Scott Brady -- $8,159
  6. Jerry Case -- $6,799
  7. David Cannon -- $5,439
  8. Terry Jacobs -- $4,080
  9. Linda McDonald -- $2,720
Event #3 -- Ladies Only No Limit Hold'Em

It was time for the ladies to make their mark! And they did as 148 showed up for this tournament. A buyin of $233 created a pool of $29,600 going to the top 18.
  1. Karen Hayden -- $7,634
  2. Verna Smith -- $4,006
  3. Nancy Aquinaga -- $2,356
  4. Patricia Clark -- $1,885
  5. Teresa Holley -- $1,414
  6. Shirley Trussell -- $1,178
  7. Linda Anderson -- $942
  8. Robin Taylor -- $707
  9. Allison Rodgers -- $471
Event #4 -- No Limit Hold'Em

There were a total of 159 in the field who played in this tournament. The top 18 divided a pool of $79,500 made from the buy in of $555 per player.
  1. Nick Jackson -- $23,317
  2. Daniel Numan -- $12,234
  3. Cliff Mills -- $7,194
  4. Mark Smith -- $5,757
  5. Stephen Marshall -- $4,318
  6. Richard Bolden -- $3,598
  7. Jerry Lakes -- $2,879
  8. Leo Whitt -- $2,159
  9. Alan Nagel -- $1,439
Event #5 -- 6-Max No Limit Hold'Em

This one day event had 225 players at the tables. The $345 buy-in provided a $67,500 prize pool that went to the top 28 finishers.
  1. Kyle Knecht -- $19,304
  2. Shelby White -- $10,617
  3. Ian Gillespie -- $5,429
  4. Brian McKain -- $4,223
  5. Matt Duffy -- $3,620
  6. Ron Givens -- $3,016
  7. Kevin Oursler -- $2,413
  8. Annette Sturgeon -- $1,810
  9. Christopher Cardenas -- $1,207
Event #6 -- No Limit Hold'Em

Lining up for more No Limit Hold'Em, there were 319 hopefuls that came for a shot at a WSOP Circuit Championship ring. Entry fee was $345 which helped to create a $95,700 prize pool going to the top 36 players. But the newest champion is David Elmoie who now wears the ring that can only be earned.
  1. David Elmoie -- $27,180
  2. Mike Lutz -- $14,029
  3. Joseph Marshall -- $7,014
  4. Jack Nyberg -- $5,261
  5. John Jr. Keller -- $4,384
  6. Mark Ashar -- $3,507
  7. Jeremy Hill -- $2,630
  8. Christopher McMillian -- $1,754
  9. Gregory Handy -- $1,052
Event #7 -- HOS (Hold'Em - Omaha - Stud)

A smaller field of 101 played on this one day tournament. Entry fee was $345 and pool size reached $30,300 for the top 19 finishers.
  1. James Whittinghill -- $7,854
  2. Christopher Cardenas -- $4,121
  3. Hyon Morrison -- $2,424
  4. Martin Warren -- $1,938
  5. Matthew McDaniel -- $1,454
  6. Brian Swinford -- $1,212
  7. Doug Young -- $970
  8. Scott Calhoun -- $727
  9. Quentin Byrley -- $485
Event #8 -- Turbo No Limit Hold'Em

This tournament had 180 players at the tables who paid $345 to have a seat. Pool size grew to $54,000 and went to the last remaining 19 in the field.
  1. Noah Berger -- $15,303
  2. Carl White -- $8,029
  3. Dave Potter -- $4,723
  4. Yousri Ali -- $3,778
  5. Thomas Garst -- $2,834
  6. Christopher Frazier -- $2,362
  7. Jamie Eisenhut -- $1,889
  8. David Cupps -- $1,416
  9. UNKNOWN -- $945
Event #9 -- No Limit Hold'Em

Information on this event will come as released by the WSOP.
  1. Terry Cauldwell -- $30,478
  2. Brian Ray -- $16,763
  3. Troy Weber -- $8,572
  4. Steve Galey -- $6,667
  5. Clifford Mills -- $5,715
  6. Larry Vance -- $4,762
  7. Kenneth Piel -- $3,810
  8. Jack Nyberg -- $2,857
  9. Sameer Aldbhany -- $1,905
Event #10 -- No Limit Hold'Em

There were 132 players paying $1,060 each for the buyin in the event right before the championship. Pool size rose to $132,000 going to the top 18 finishers.
  1. Maurice Hawkins -- $39,816
  2. Benjamin Kramer -- $20,891
  3. John Schmidt -- $12,289
  4. Robert Cobel -- $9,831
  5. Robert Castoire -- $7,373
  6. Christopher Gurney -- $6,145
  7. Kyle Knecht -- $4,916
  8. Samuel Oberlin -- $3,687
  9. Archie Page -- $2,458
Event #11 -- No Limit Hold'Em Main Event

Well the big money came out and there were 55 players that came to the Main Event. Buy in was $5,150 per player. This 3 day event had a pool of $275,000 that went to the 9 at the final table. Here are the results:
  1. Gabriel Cook -- $93,430
  2. Christopher Tryba -- $51,530
  3. David Leonard -- $28,242
  4. Ronald Surenkamp -- $20,540
  5. Chase Steely -- $17,973
  6. Harold Evans -- $15,405
  7. Jamin Stokes -- $12,838
  8. Steve Galey -- $10,270
  9. Karen Hayden -- $7,703
Event #12 -- No Limit Hold'Em

In the last event to be played, a total of 107 paid $345 each, helping to create a pool of $32,100. Cash went to the top 18 survivors.
  1. Mark Smith -- $10,088
  2. James Tilley -- $5,293
  3. Brian Fritz -- $3,114
  4. Nathan Steger -- $2,491
  5. Damon Wiggs -- $1,868
  6. Eric Stocz -- $1,557
  7. Raymond Gerst -- $1,246
  8. Robert Castoire -- $934
  9. Michael Woods -- $623
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