THUNDER VALLEY CIRCUIT HUB

September 17, 2018 - 01:11:01 AM EST  | 

THUNDER VALLEY CIRCUIT HUB

Monday offers final-table play in both the $1,700 Main Event and the $2,200 High Roller

This page is the hub for information on the WSOP Circuit at Thunder Valley. Check back here (http://wsop.com/n/8ac) for information and links on this ongoing tournament series.

Lincoln, CA (17 September 2018) -- Two rings remain to be awarded in the WSOP Circuit at Thunder Valley Casino Resort, with final-table action in the series' two headline events wrapping things up on Monday. 

Event #11: 1,700 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event and Event #13: $2,200 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller are down to the final table, and both events resume play at noon. In the Main Event, Brett Murray leads the final nine while hoping to win his third career Circuit ring. Murray surged late to build a huge stack entering the final table, giving him the inside track to the win. Murray and the other eight players are each chasing this event's $151,145 winner's payday.

Over in the High Roller, Aaron Messmer leads the final eight players after overtaking Mike Giardina for the lead late in the night's action. There's $42,750 awaiting the winner of this event.

One other ring event at Thunder Valley concluded on Sunday. In Event #12: $400 No-Limit Hold'em 8-Handed, Stephen Knapp claimed his first Circuit ring after making three previous final tables in Circuit events. Knapp's win was worth $10,493.




MONDAY'S SCHEDULE

Ring Events:

12:00 p.m. - Event #11: $1,700 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event (Day 3) - Structure

12:00 p.m. - Event #13: $2,200 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller (Day 1) - Structure

 


CASINO CHAMPION UPDATE

Event #4 winner Manju Gera is one player away from clinching this stop's Casino Champion title. Maxwell Young and Jordan Meltzer, who are both present at the High Roller final table, could overtake Gera's 80-point total. Young has 40 points and would need to win the High Roller outright, while Meltzer, with 45, needs a top-three finish.


 

  

9:00 Am - $65 Mega Satellite into Event #1 (Re-entry), 5-Seat Guarantee
9:00 Am - $65 Mega Satellite into Event #1 (Re-entry), 5-Seat Guarantee
9:00 Am - $65 Mega Satellite into Event #1 (Re-entry), 5-Seat Guarantee

 

COMPLETED EVENTS:


Event 1: $400 No-Limit Hold'em ($300K Guaranteed) – Khoa Tran tops a 1,253-entry field to win his first career Circuit ring and $73,401.

Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results 

Event 2: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty – Francis Zhang outlasts a 239-entry field to win his first career Circuit ring and $13,745.

Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results 

Event 3: $400 No-Limit Hold'em – Brian Pritchard tops a 102-player field to win his first career Circuit ring and $10.099.

Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results 

Event 4: $400 No-Limit Hold'em – Manju Gera tops a 74-player field to win her first career Circuit ring and $8,303.

Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results 

Event 5: $400 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better – Tom Walch outlasts a 121-player field to win his first career Circuit ring and $11,180.

Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results 

Event 6: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Big Blind Ante – Abraham Meyers triumphs over a 168-player field to win his first career Circuit ring and $14,969.

Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results 

Event 7: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Monster Stack – Raymond Wang triumphs over a 318-player field to win his first career Circuit ring and $24,668.

Official ReportWinner's Photo | Results 

Event 8: $400 Pot-Limit Omaha – David Larson bests an 84-player field to win his second career Circuit ring and $8,870.

Official ReportWinner's Photo | Results 

Event 9: $250 Seniors No-Limit Holdem  – Loretta Sax tops a 158-player field to win her first career Circuit ring and $8,531.

Official ReportWinner's Photo | Results 

Event 10: $400 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Turbo – Ken Turner outlasts a 172-player field to win his first career Circuit ring and $15,525.

Official ReportWinner's Photo | Results 

Event 12: $400 No-Limit Hold'em 8-Handed – Stephen Knapp tops a 102-player field to win his first career Circuit ring and $10,423.

Official Report | Winner's Photo | Results

The full schedule of events (including satellites) for the WSOP Circuit at Thunder Valley is available here.


 
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