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Buy-In: $2,100
Prize Pool: $2,710,000
Entrants: 1355

River Poker Series Main Event

  • Sep 01, '11 - Sep 05, '11
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Updates on Final Day (Sep 05, 11)

 
 

Bronson Tucker Wins 2011 River Poker Series Main Event!

Bronson Tucker defeated Ricky Barker heads up to claim the title of 2011 River Poker Series main event champion. Tucker was awarded a custom gold bracelet and $640,400 for his victory, while Barker took home $342,300 for his runner up finish. Thanks for tuning in to our live broadcast from the WinStar World Casino, featuring commentary from Greg Raymer and Maria Ho.

 

Watch River Poker Series Final Table Stream Live Now!


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The final table is set at the 2011 River Poker Series $2,100 main event. Some big names made the final day but fell short of the final ten, including 2010 CardPlayer Player of the Year runner-up Dwyte Pilgrim (16th, $27,100) and David ‘ODB’ Baker (17th, $21,680).

Only three players remain at the start of level 17, here are the chip counts and bust outs:

Seat 1: -———
Seat 2: Bronson Tucker – 6,580,000
Seat 3: -———
Seat 4: -———
Seat 5: Ricky Barker – 8,700,000
Seat 6: -———
Seat 7: -———
Seat 8: -———
Seat 9: -———
Seat 10: Doug Ashmore – 5,600,000

10th Place – Justin Cereste – ($54,200)
9th Place – Joon Cho ($60,975)
8th Place – Bobby Suer ($67,750)
7th Place – Ryan Snickles ($81,300)
6th Place – Jesse Rockowitz ($94,850)
5th Place – Noah Nodine ($108,400)
4th Place – Don Hornbaker ($135,500)

 

Card Player Will Stream River Poker Series Main Event Final Table

A total of 1,355 players put up the $2,100 buy-in for the 2011 River Poker Series main event at the WinStar World Casino in Thackerville, Oklahoma, but heading into the final day of play, only 19 remain. They’ll be battling it out on Monday for the remaining share of the $2,710,000 prize pool.

Among the notables still in contention include 2010 Card Player Player of the Year runner-up Dwyte Pilgrim, David Baker, Ben Mintz, Jim Anderson, Bobby Suer, Shane Sigsbee, Jesse Rockowitz and current chip leader Ryan Snickles.

As soon as the field reaches ten players, Card Player will begin streaming the final table live. Be sure to check back to the live updates page for full coverage.

Here’s a look at the remaining field.

1. Ryan Snickles — 2,396,000
2. Bronson Tucker — 2,123,000
3. Michael Sanders — 1,723,000
4. Ben Mintz — 1,499,000
5. JoonTag Cho — 1,480,000
6. Dan Hornbaker — 1,453,000
7. David Baker — 1,127,000
8. Shane Sigsbee — 1,096,000
9. Noah Nodine — 974,000
10. Jim Anderson — 795,000
11. Dwyte Pilgrim — 777,000
12. Ricky Barker — 770,000
13. Michael Schneider — 656,000
14. Ken Blanton — 624,000
15. Jesse Rockowitz — 576,000
16. Justin Cereste — 486,000
17. Matthew Bray — 458,000
18. Bobby Suer — 345,000
19. Doug Ashmore — 119,800

Here’s a look at the remaining payouts.

1. $640,400
2. $342,300
3. $182,290
4. $135,500
5. $108,400
6. $94,850
7. $81,300
8. $67,750
9. $60,975
10. $54,200
11. $43,360
12. $41,327
13. $35,230
14. $35,230
15. $27,100
16. $27,100
17. $21,680
18. $21,680
19. $17,615

 
 
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