Kirk Stewart wins after three-way chop.
He held a massive chip lead when the tournament was ended.
He agreed to getting $50,000, the trophy, the WSOP-C seat, and the cover.
The other two agreed to chop up the remaining prize money.
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Martin Tyson moved all in with A-10 and was called by Reggie Trotter’s A-J.
The A-J held and Tyson was gone.
Vartan Tonian committed his stack with Q-3 on a Q-6-2 board. Kirk Stewart flopped two pair with the Q-2. The Q-2 held and Tonian was gone.
Brett Rager got his short stack in with 10-8 and called by Brandon Vise’s A-9. The 10-8 came from behind to double him up to about 200,000.
Just a couple of hands later Rager got all in with the K 6 and was called by Vise once again. Vise had two red fours this time and they held to send Rager to the rail in seventh.
Jeremy Vaughn got his short stack of just 75,000 in the middle with 4-4 and was called by two players. He was out flopped by K-8 and didn’t catch up. He left in seventh for about $8,000.
The 2011 WSOPC Harrah’s Rincon champion exited in 10th place.
Here is a look at the seat positions and chip counts:
Seat 1: Brandon Vise — 350,000
Seat 2: Sebastian Tejada – 530,000
Seat 3: Vartan Tonian – 575,000
Seat 4: Kirk Stewart — 530,000
Seat 5: Jason Simon — 900,000
Seat 6: Reggie Trotter — 330,000
Seat 7: Seneca Easley — 550,000
Seat 8: Jeremy Vaughn — 400,000
Seat 9: Martin Tyson — 538,000
Seat 10: Brett Rager — 149,000
The NACPT Choctaw main event is now down to a final table of 10.
The remaining 11 players seem to be playing pretty snug as they await combining into a final table of 10.
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