Travis Lutes wins WSOP Circuit Biloxi for $95,253

Travis Lutes wins WSOP Circuit Biloxi for $95,253

Wednesday, 10 November 2010

The World Series of Poker Circuit Biloxi saw 270 players flock to Mississippi for a shot at the near six-figure first prize on offer – not to mention the spot in the National Championship and a shot at a
WSOP bracelet as well as free entry into the 2011 Main Event.

Travis Lutes came to the final table as the chip leader and never relinquished that lead from the elimination of ninth place finisher John Holley until he came heads-up with Farid Nasserazad with a 2-1 deficit. He swiftly overcame this to really earn the first place prize and in the final hand he flopped two pair with A-6 to outdraw A-9. The money went in and no nine was forthcoming, meaning Nasserazad had to settle for second place.

The final table placings and payouts were as follows:

1. Travis Lutes - $95,253
2. Farid Nasserazad - $57,857
3. Bob Talbot - $42,523
4. Jason Cluxton - $31,295
5. Yair Alon - $23,445
6. Robert Gunter - $17,865
7. Jerry Monroe - $13,841
8. Steven Marshall - $10,898
9. John Holley - $8,717

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