Michael Traylor holds huge lead at WSOP Circuit

Michael Traylor holds huge lead at WSOP Circuit

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

After two days the couple of hundred players who paid up the $5,000 necessary to compete in the World Series of Poker Circuit Main Event at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe have been whittled down to just nine with Michael Traylor holding over a third of the chips at the final.

Each of the nine remaining players is guaranteed a payout of at least $8,000 but manoeuvring your way to first place results in a prize of over $80,000 plus a WSOP Circuit ring, a ticket to May’s National Championship and a place in the WSOP Main Event for 2011. Currently Traylor is the overwhelming favourite with a chip lead double that of second place Ned Mantua. But this is tournament poker and anything can happen.

The full final table standings by seat are as follows:

1.Dan Black – 585,000
2.Donna Jetter – 111,000
3.John McNeilly – 263,000
4.Joe Mongkol-au-aree – 287,000
5.Michael Traylor – 1,843,000
6.Drew Caseri – 164,000
7.Grant Hillman – 484,000
8.Ned Mantua – 945,000
9.Stanley Quinn – 377,000

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