This is the central page for information about the ongoing WSOP Circuit series at Horseshoe Hammond. Check back here daily for updated schedule and results.

5 March 2019 (Hammond, IN) - The WSOP Circuit stop at Horseshoe Hammond is done and ten players became new gold ring winners. There were also three players who won their second rings, Edward Dixon, Bryant Miller, and Boulos Estafanous. The event started off with a bang gathering nearly 2,600 entries for the opening event and giving $111,887 to Mike Sabbia along with his fist gold ring.

Another first-time ring winner was Main Event Champion Elik Vodovoz. This 72-year-old retired dentist $294,290 after winning his main event buyin in a satellite here at the Horseshoe. He capped off a very fast Day 3 by defeating Daniel Hanauer heads up. The main event returned with 17 players on Day 3 and it took only about four hours to play to a winner.

Jason Crews made a late push for Casino Champion with a deep run in Event #14 $100 Bounty No-Limit Hold’em. Crews, the winner of Event #6 the $400 Monster Stack and another first-time ring winner, fell short and Peter Kelly took the Casino Championship with four cashes. Kelly finished fourth in the main event, and also had a third, sixth, and a 12th place finish.

You can check out the final standings on

Monday's Schedule

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Event #1: $400 No-Limit Hold'em $500,000 Guarantee - Mike Sabbia bests a field of 2,595 entries to win $118,887
Official Report | Winner Photo | Results

Event #2: $250 No-Limit Hold'em Double Stack - Edward Rowsey bests a field of 556 entries to win $23,339.
Official Report | Winner Photo | Results

Event #3: Seniors No-Limit Hold'em - Simon Philip wins the Seniors Event.
Winners Photo |

Event #4: $600 No-Limit Hold'em w/ big blind ante - Boulos Estafanous tops 207 entries for $27,719 first prize
Official Report | Winner Photo | Results

Event #5: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha - Michael Perrone beats 149 entries to win $21,485
Offical Report | Winner Photo | Results

Event #6: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Monster Stack - Jason Crews wins $35,698 after beating a field of 503 players.
Offical Report | Winner Photo | Results

Event #7: $400 Omaha Eight or Better - Jim Davis tops 132 entries for $12,197 top prize.
Offical Report Winner Photo | Results

Event #8: $600 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Max - Ty Reiman wins $23,792 after defeating a field of 165 players.
Offical Report Winner Photo | Results

Event #9: $400 Dealer's Choice - Cory Chaput tops a 63-player field to take home the $7,276 first prize.
Offical Report Winner Photo | Results

Event #10: $1,125 No-Limit Hold'em w/ big-blind ante - Bryant Miller beats 111 players to take home $33,300
Official Report Winner Photo | Results

Event #11: $250 Multi-bag Bonus Event - Edward Dixon claims top spot and $40,244 in 1,332 player field.
Official Report Winner Photo | Results

Event #12: $1,125 Heads Up No-Limit Hold'em - Scott Bohlman wins his first WSOP gold circuit ring for $15,641.
Official Report Winner Photo | Results

Event #13: $1,700 Main Event - Elik Vodovoz beats a field of 1,050 players for the $294,290 top prize.
Official Report Winner Photo | Results

Event #14: $400 $100 Bounty No-Limit Hold'em - Hamid Izadi wins $18,380 after defeating a field of 347 players.
Official Report Winner Photo | Results


Casino Champion Update

Place Player  Cashes  Wins  Total Prize Money Points
 1 Peter Kelly 4
$109,905 91.25
 2 Brett Apter 5   $29,379 82.5
 3 Bryant Miller 1 1 $42,380
 4 Hamid Izadi 2 1 $37,347 70
 5 Matthew Ernst 4 $20,419 61.25

Peter Kelly claims the Casino Championship after making two final tables and a top-four finish in the Heads Up No-Limit Event.