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The Caesar's Indiana Tournament Circuit Event for the 2006 WSOP season has been completed. Come back to this page to see the results of the winners for each of the tournaments for future reference!

Caesar's Indiana
2006 Tournament Circuit Event
October 20 - November 2, 2006

Wednesday October 19
Satellites Begin

Thursday October 20
No-Limit Hold’em

The first event at Caesar's Indiana has been finished and got off to a good start with 954 entrants each paying $300 + $40 to play. The prize pool rose to $277,615. Moni Advani became the winner and took home $72,165 for the effort.

  1. Moni Advani $72,165
  2. David Muse $38,310
  3. Justin Tresedell $22,210
  4. Donaldson Brown $19,435
  5. Travas Gunnell $16,665
  6. John Minor $13,880
  7. Matt Dunbar $11,105
  8. John Cobb $8,330
  9. Mark Hanna $5,550

Friday October 21
Limit Hold’em

Scott Hunter was the winner of the second event at Caesar's Indiana. Scott proved himself the best of a 351 players. Each entrant paid $500 to enter which contributed to a prize pool of $170,325.

  1. Scott Hunter $52,800
  2. Dan Delnoce $27,240
  3. Brian Owens $13,620
  4. Peter Mutuc $11,915
  5. Marlowe Rowe $10,215
  6. Melissa Gaunce $8,510
  7. Shaun Gundrum $6,810
  8. Steve Morgan $5,105
  9. Michael Coates $3,405

Saturday October 22
No Limit Hold'Em

Kerry Borowick came out on top of a 358 player field and was rewarded with $107,620. Each player paid $1,000 + $60 to enter, helping to contribute to a $347,260 prize pool.

  1. Kerry Borowick $107,620
  2. John Brandenburg $55,560
  3. Len Ashby $27,780
  4. Tony Andretta $24,310
  5. Jason Gillikin $20,835
  6. John Williams $17,365
  7. Dale Pinchot $13,890
  8. Terry Feely $10,420
  9. Adam Hovermale $6,945

Sunday October 23
No Limit Hold'Em (Unlimited Rebuys)

Mark Vaughn took home $49,065 after winning the No Limit Hold'Em event. Mark came out on top of a field of 142 players who contributed to a $136,285 prize pool. Each player paid $500 + $50 to enter.

  1. Mark Vaughn $49,065
  2. Daryl Gordy $27,255
  3. Eric Edge $14,990
  4. Brian Jacobson $10,905
  5. Curtis Smith $9,540
  6. Mark Beard $8,175
  7. Michael Lutes $6,815
  8. Chris Grigorian $5,450
  9. Calvin Crain $4,090

Monday October 24
Seven Card Stud

Clarence Zehnder is the winner of the Seven Card Stud event at Caesar's Indiana. Clarence filled his pockets with $17,700 for his effort. All players paid $500 + $50 each to enter of which part went to create a $48,500 prize pool.

  1. Clarence Zehnder $17,700
  2. Roger Self Jr $10,670
  3. James Camp $6,305
  4. Vince Ballinger $4,610
  5. J. R. Puyear $3,395
  6. Brian McKain $2,425
  7. Jon Greenfield $1,940
  8. Chris Grigorian $5,450
  9. David Slowik $1,455

Tuesday October 25
No Limit Hold'em

Chris Divish won the sixth event at Caesar's Indiana which was No Limit Hold'Em. Chris's reward for being the last man standing was $70,095. 219 players put up $1,000 + $60 each to compete in this tournament for a piece of a $212,430 prize pool.

  1. Chris Divish $70,095
  2. Billy Woodrum $38,660
  3. Terry Cohen $21,245
  4. Dan Wood $16,995
  5. Ronald Stout $12,745
  6. Donald Summers $10,620
  7. Dennis Perry $8,495
  8. Jimmy Pham $6,375
  9. Matt Delnoce $4,250

Wednesday October 26
Pot Limit Omaha (Unlimited Rebuys)

Larry Kozlove earned $46,095 after winning the Pot Limit Omaha tournament held on Wednesday. Larry was one of 94 players who paid $500 + $50 to enter this tournament and made 170 rebuys which built a $128,040 prize pool. Here is how that events final table turned out:

  1. Larry Kozlove $46,095
  2. Doug Booth $25,610
  3. Hilbert Shirey $14,085
  4. Michael Lutes $10,245
  5. Matthew Glantz $8,965
  6. Ted Milkey $7,680
  7. Scott Gullett $6,400
  8. Samuel Whitt $5,120
  9. Andrew Poore $3,840

Thursday October 27
No Limit Hold'em

Jamin Stokes finished first of a field of 163 players, receiving $78,270 for the effort. Each entrant paid $1,500 + $70, contributing to a $237,165 prize pool.

  1. Jamin Stokes $78,270
  2. Jerry Zehr $43,165
  3. Mack Ham $22,715
  4. Chris Combs $18,975
  5. Matt Thorton $14,230
  6. Will Hammond $11,860
  7. William Sheffey $9,485
  8. Arnie Toler $7,115
  9. Chad Moore $4,745

Friday October 28
No Limit Hold'em

Tim Ramsey is the champion of the 9th event at Caesar's Indiana. Tim got the lion's share of a $201,760 prize pool. Here is how the final table turned out:

  1. Tim Ramsey $72,630
  2. Tony Bolahood $40,350
  3. John Hegelle $22,195
  4. Damon Ramirez $16,140
  5. Daniel Warchol $14,125
  6. John Clements $12,105
  7. Men Nguyen $10,090
  8. Jason Atwood $8,070
  9. Ozzie Kalil $6,055

Saturday October 29
LIPS (Ladies No-Limit Hold’em)

Veronica Heath came in first in the Ladies No-Limit Hold’em event. Veronica earned $19,780 for her effort to come out on top in a field of 326 women. Each player paid $200 to enter and the prize pool rose to $61,745. Here is the final table outcome:

  1. Veronica Heath $19,780
  2. Jodi Schill $10,865
  3. Tricia Lentz $5,555
  4. Shanna Hall $4,320
  5. Bethany Willinger $3,705
  6. Sandra Strapp $3,085
  7. Angela Burke $2,470
  8. Karen Oberson $1,850
  9. Toni Gatz $1,235

Sunday October 30 ESPN Main Event No Limit Hold'Em Day 1
Today is the start of the Main Event at Caesar's Indiana. The turnout was not very large with only 127 entrants. Especially when compared to the No Limit Hold'Em event on October 20 brought out 954 players. The prize pool for the event is $1,211,600. We will put up the payout structure when it is given out. Here are the top 9 with chip counts for Day 1:
  1. Clinton Keown 66,200 chips
  2. Vinnie Vinh 63,275 chips
  3. Richard Wessling 60,000 chips
  4. Peter Feldman 56,625 chips
  5. Sam Whitt 51,250 chips
  6. Jim Williams 46,775 chips
  7. Greg McDonald 41,075 chips
  8. ???????? 38,125 chips (As of 9/18/2006 This individual does not want his name revealed and asked that it be removed.)
  9. Danny Warchol 36,200 chips
Monday October 31 ESPN Main Event No Limit Hold'Em Day 2
After the field of players was reduced from 127 to 53, Day 2 brought that number down to 27. So far excellent performances from Vinnie Vinh who is still in the top 5 from yesterday, Tom Franklin and Men "The Master" Nguyen. The goal for Day 3 which will begin at 12 noon is to pare down the field to 9 players for the final table. These are the top 9 players with chip counts for Day 2:
  1. William Edler 111,000 chips
  2. Clinton Keown 103,200 chips
  3. Sam Whitt 94,700 chips
  4. Vinnie Vinh 88,800 chips
  5. John Smith 82,400 chips
  6. Ron Hargrove 62,700 chips
  7. Men "The Master" Nguyen 59,000 chips
  8. David Muse 57,500 chips
  9. Tom Franklin 56,400 chips
Tuesday November 1 ESPN Main Event No Limit Hold'Em Day 3
Players showed a lot of bravery and intensity as they fought for a seat at the final table. Most waited until they had hands pocket pairs from A's through 10's before going all in whether they won or lost. Vinny Vinh had a great day tripling his chips and becoming chip leader going into the final table. Here are the 9 players for the final table with chip counts:
  1. Vinnie Vinh 308,200
  2. Sam Whitt 207,400
  3. Bill Edler 192,700
  4. Doug Carli 137,700
  5. Men "The Master" Nguyen 127,100
  6. John Smith 115,100
  7. Marlowe Rowe 95,100
  8. Ron Hargrove 80,000
  9. Clint Keowe 72,200
Wednesday November 2 ESPN Main Event No Limit Hold'Em Final Table
Congratulations goes to Vinny Vinh for winning the Main Event at Caesar's Indiana. Vinny not only took home a sizable $437,760 and a WSOP Circuit Ring, but he also gets a freeroll entry to the next year's Tournament of Champions. After going heads up with Men "The Master" Nguyen, he earned every penny! Here is how the final table turned out:
  1. Vinnie Vinh $437,760
  2. Men "The Master" Nguyen $243,200
  3. Ron Hargrove $133,760
  4. Sam Whitt $97,280
  5. Douglas Carli $85,120
  6. William Edler $72,960
  7. Marlowe Rowe $60,800
  8. John Smith $48,640
  9. Clint Keown $36,480
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