Charles Moore wins WSOP Circuit event in Indiana

Charles Moore wins WSOP Circuit event in Indiana

Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Overall a field of 289 players competed in the World Series of Poker Circuit event in Indiana but after three days of tournament play only one remains – Charles “Woody” Moore has taken down the title and earned a cool $99,878 in the process.

He defeated Kevin Calenzo after an arduous heads-up battle. The final hand came down to an archetypal tournament coinflip when Moore’s J-J held against A-K to settle the affair. Though Calenzo gave Moore as good as he got he could never overwhelm the older player’s chip lead.

This was neither Moore nor Calenzo’s first WSOP-C final table experience; nor was it their first experience playing each other. Both made the final table of the Council Bluffs event in Iowa but on that occasion Calenzo outlasted Moore, finishing fifth to Moore’s ninth. Not so this time around.
The full final table placings and payouts were as follows:

1. Charles Moore - $99,878
2. Kevin Calenzo - $61,725
3. John Holder - $44,787
4. Mike Foster - $33,043
5. Kris Bradshaw - $24,782
6. Brian McKain - $18,885
7. John Alfera - $14,616
8. Jorge Solorzano - $11,486
9. Joel Merwick - $9,164

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