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Jake Bazeley Wins WSOP Circuit Harrah’s Cherokee Main Event For Second Time

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Jan 16, 2019

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Jake Bazeley won his first ever World Series of Poker Circuit main event title in 2014 at the Harrah’s Cherokee, outlasting a field of 797 entries. Four years later the poker pro from Cincinnati, Ohio returned to the same venue and managed to capture the same main event title for a second time. Bazeley overcame a field of 1,127 entries to take down the 2018 WSOP Circuit Harrah’s Cherokee $1,700 main event, earning his second WSOPC gold ring and the top prize of $311,616. “That last time was my first huge win,” Bazeley told WSOP reporters after coming out on top. “I was comfortable today, coming in… I’ve been here before.” This was the fifth largest score of Bazeley’s career, and it brought his lifetime live tournament earnings to $4,385,362. Bazeley entered the final day of this tournament in 11th chip position with 15 players remaining. WSOP bracelet winner Kyle ...


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