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Buy-In: $1,400 + $200
Prize Pool: $416,160
Entrants: 289

WSOP Circuit Horseshoe Southern Indiana Main Event

  • Oct 10, '10 - Oct 12, '10
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Updates on Final Day (Oct 12, 10)

 
 

Charles Moore Wins!

Charles MooreCharles Moore has won the $1,500 main event at the WSOP Circuit stop in Southern Indiana.

On the final hand he limped and Kevin Calenzo raised 205,000 on top. Moore reraised an additional 400,000, and Calenzo moved all in. Moore made the call and they flipped over their cards:

Moore: JHeart Suit JDiamond Suit
Calenzo: AClub Suit KHeart Suit

Board: 10Club Suit 7Club Suit 2Spade Suit 10Heart Suit QClub Suit

Calenzo was eliminated in second place ($61,724) and Moore was crowned the champion of the tournament ($98,878). He is awarded the WSOP Circuit gold ring and a seat in the $1 million National Championship that will take place in May 2011.

Player Tags: Charles Moore,   Kevin Calenzo
 

Scales are Tipping

The chip counts have become very imbalanced and it looks like an all-in pot is on the horizon. Here are the chips:

Charles Moore: 4,300,000
Kevin Calenzo: 1,400,000

 

Level 31 Begins

The blinds are now 40,000-80,000 with a 10,000 ante for the start of level 31.

 

Break Time

The players are now on a 10-minute break.

 

Different Number of Players -- Same Story

A very strange rhythm has set in at the final heads-up match. The checking, betting, and folding has become routine. It looks like the dealers are going through the motions like they know what’s going to happen next. No pot of major consequence has happened since these two started playing heads up. It could be a while longer before a winner is crowned.

 

A Lot to a Little

Here are the chips after a little bit of heads-up action:

Charles Moore: 3,800,000
Kevin Calenzo: 1,900,000

 

John Holder Eliminated in Third Place ($44,787)

John HolderJohn Holder got the last of his chips into the middle for the third time, but this time was not the charm. Charles Moore had him covered with pocket twos in the hole, and that was enough to best the KSpade Suit 10Spade Suit of Holder on a 8Club Suit 7Heart Suit 3Club Suit 4Club Suit QClub Suit when the dust settled. Holder was eliminated on the hand in third place and he took home $44,787 in prize money, while Moore will take a dominating chip lead into a heads-up final against Kevin Calenzo.

Player Tags: Charles Moore,   John Holder
 

Chip Count Update

Here are the updated chips:

Charles Moore: 3,300,000
Kevin Calenzo: 1,450,000
John Holder: 800,000

 

John Holder Doubles Up Again

Charles Moore raised to 130,000 preflop from the button and John Holder reraised all in for 585,000 total from the small blind. Moore made the call and they flipped over their cards:

Moore: AClub Suit 10Club Suit
Holder: QDiamond Suit QHeart Suit

Board: JDiamond Suit JClub Suit 4Diamond Suit 4Spade Suit 4Heart Suit

Holder has doubled up after all but blinding out once again and play continues forward once again.

Player Tags: Charles Moore,   John Holder
 

Level 30 Begins

The blinds are now 30,000-60,000 with a 10,000 ante for the start of level 30.

 
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