After a weekend full of starting flights for the $365 No Limit Hold’em re-entry, the WSOP Circuit at the Bicycle Casino started to hit its stride with more events kicking off on Monday afternoon.


$365 No Limit Hold’em Re-Entry Reaches Final Three

There were 155 players who came back to the Bicycle Casino for Day 2 of the $365 No Limit Hold’em re-entry event. Cards got in the air at noon on Monday and just after 11 p.m., the unofficial final table of 10 was reached.

Nipun Java was the chip leader when the final table of ten started and was able to hold steady and finish the day with about the same amount of chips. Java started out with the chip lead, but it was Stuart Pfeifer who finished the night with chip lead

After they got through the scheduled 15 levels of play, it was down to the final five players and they all agreed to play one more level before stopping play for the night. Jarod Einsohn fell in fifth and Tara Dunn in fourth before the level ended. Pfeifer, Java and David Rich will come back at 1 p.m. on Tuesday to finish their three-handed battle. (Click here for complete results thus far.)

Here’s a look at the chip counts for the final 3:

  1. Stuart Pfeifer – 5,910,000

  2. Nipun Java – 2,055,000

  3. David Rich – 2,005,000


Casino Championship Update

After winning the $365 Bounty No Limit Hold’em on Saturday afternoon, Alan Myerson was tied with Dave Banerjee atop the Casino Championship leaderboard, each with 50 points for winning the first two events.

Myerson followed up his win on Saturday with a deep run in the re-entry event, finishing in 13th place. After falling just shy of his second consecutive final table, he has separated himself from Banerjee and taken the lead in the Bicycle Casino’s Casino Championship race.

Banerjee sits close behind in second after winning the first event of the series, a $365 Monster Stack No Limit Hold’em.


Dale Beaudoin Wins Second Ring A day Early   

The fourth event of the series was a $365 No Limit Hold’em tournament that was scheduled to go two days. It started on Monday at noon and was supposed to finish after a restart on Tuesday afternoon.

Dale Beaudoin didn’t need both days to win the event, topping a field of 153 and taking home $12,395 in just one day of play. The win is Beaudoin’s second ring after defeating Scott Stewart in a heads-up battle that lasted just shy of an hour. Stewart came up just shy of his fifth career bracelet and takes home $7,660 for his runner-up finish.

Click here for full results from the event.


Two Ring Events Get Started on Tuesday

Tuesday is the first day of the series where more than one event will get started on the same day. The biggest buy-in of the series thus far, a $580 No Limit Hold’em gets started at noon and the only non-hold’em event starts at 3 p.m., a $365 Omaha 8 or Better.

In both events, late registration is open until the beginning of level 7 and there are no re-entries. A complete list of ring events for the series at the Bike can be found here.


More Non-Ring Events on Tuesday

While there are two ring events that start on Tuesday, there is also more action for those who can’t find time to get into those events. The Bike is holding a $345 Deepstack No Limit Hold’em tournament that kicks off at 5 p.m. and they continue their daily mega satellites to the main event with another $150 No Limit Hold’em mega satellite.

A complete list of non-ring events can be found on their website.