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Events in the Midwest and Portugal Influence the Player of the Year Top 20

by Ryan Lucchesi |  Published: Oct 15, 2010


Dwyte Pilgrim Climbs to Third Place Dwyte Pilgrim has made a habit of making final tables in 2010, so it comes as no surprise that he finished third in the World Series of Poker Circuit $1,500 main event at the Horseshoe Council Bluffs. It was good for $39,531 and 400 Card Player 2010 Player of the Year (POY) points. That enabled Pilgrim to jump into third place overall with 3,776 points. Pilgrim has made more POY-qualifying final tables, 12, than any other player this year. He has even made final tables and won a few tournaments that don’t count in the POY standings. Just four days before his final-table performance in Iowa, he won a $200 no-limit hold’em preliminary event at the WSOP Circuit stop. Pilgrim has owned the medium buy-in tournaments in 2010, and he could ride his success in that niche to a POY title. EPT Vilamoura Main ...

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