Baton Rouge, Louisiana's Benjamin Thomas wins the series' Casino Championship title.

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Biloxi, Mississippi (18 December 2018) - The World Series of Poker Circuit IP Biloxi is a wrap, with the last two rings of the series awarded. One of those was the biggest of all -- the Main Event ring claimed by Bartlett, Tennessee's Kevin Johnson.

Johnson, 28, had cashed seven previous times in WSOP and WSOP Circuit events, but had never logged a result like Monday's, worth $127,139 and a seat into the 2018-19 Casino Championship. (For more details on Johnson's win, click the event links below.)

The second ring awarded on Monday came in Event #13, $400 No-Limit Hold'em Double Stack. North Carolina's Eric Salazar, one of eight players to make Day 2 in this event, secured his second career Circuit ring and $13,632 with the win.


CASINO CHAMPION UPDATE


Benjamin Thomas's fourth-place finish in the Main Event clinches the Casino Champion title by lifting him past Paul Sokoloff and Mack Ham to give Thomas his own 2018-19 Casino Championship seat.


  


 

COMPLETED EVENTS


Event #1: $250 No-Limit Hold'em Double Stack – Samuel Bowles tops a 266-entry field to win his first career Circuit ring and $13,035. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

Event #2: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Multi-flight  – Debra Irvine outlasts a 729-entry field to win her first career Circuit ring and $44,264. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

Event #3: $400 No-Limit Hold'em (1 Day) – Paul Sokoloff triumphs over a 109-entry field to win his third career Circuit ring and $10,791. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

$250 SENIORS I No-Limit Hold'em – Robert Matthews routs a 135-entry field to win his first career Circuit ring and $9,620. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

Event #4: $400 No-Limit Hold'em – Benjamin Thomas bests a 137-entry field to earn his first career Circuit ring and $12,659. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

Event #5: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Six-Max - Sley Sanchez comes from behind to win his first career Circuit ring and $13,731. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

Event #6: $400 Pot-Limit Omaha - Matthew Silva tops a 75-entry field to collect his first career Circuit ring and $8,416. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

Event #7: $400 No-Limit Hold'em (1 Day) - Russell Sullivan outlasts a 152-entry field to win his second career Circuit ring and $13,539. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

Event #8: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Monster Stack - Gavin Munroe powers through a 352-entry pack to win his first career Circuit ring and $26,278. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

Event #9: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Big-Blind Ante - Scott Brewster bests a 150-entry field to win his first career Circuit ring and $21,629. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

Event #10: $1,700 No-Limit Hold'em MAIN EVENT - Kevin Johnson triumphs over a 382-entry field to win his first Circuit ring and $127,319. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

Event #11: $400 No-Limit Hold'em (1 Day) - David Valone triumphs over a 133-entry field to win his first career Circuit ring and $12,287. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

Event #12: $400 No-Limit Hold'em (1 Day) - Christopher Carey defeats a 109-player field to win his third career Circuit ring and $10,791. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

$250 Seniors II No-Limit Hold'em - Robert Matthews tops a 136-player field to win his second Circuit ring and $7,615. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

Event #13: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Double Stack - Eric Salazar outlasts a 153-player field to win his second Ciircuit ring and $3,632. Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

 

The full schedule of events (including satellites) for Circuit IP Biloxi remains available here.