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WSOP Online Bracelet #10: No-Limit Hold'em (NV/NJ)

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EVENT UPDATE

Monday, February 3, 2014 5:58 PM Local Time
Jonathan Gaviao Wins the Harrah's Tunica Main Event for $181,757!
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Carter Myers and Jonathan Gaviao see a flop of    . Myers checks from the big blind, Gaviao bets 125,000, and Myers check-raises to 300,000. Gaviao calls, then the turn brings the  .

Myers bets 300,000, then Gaviao raises to 600,000. Myers takes a minute, then announces he is all-in.

"Ugh," Gaviao says. "Can I get a count?"

The dealer counts out Myers stack and determines he has 3,785,000 chips. Gaviao thinks for a bit, quietly asking, "Did you flop a set on me?"

After a little more deliberation, Gaviao calls with    for kings and treys. Myers shows    for the flush draw.

The river card is a dramatic one, as it comes  , giving Myers a flush, but giving Gaviao a winning full house to bring the tournament to a close and lock up the ring.

Gaviao earns a career-high $181,757 as well as his first-ever WSOP Circuit ring. He also earns a seat into the 2014 WSOP National Championship in Atlantic City.

This Tunica final table also featured ring winner Cord Garcia, who was making his third career Circuit Main Event final table appearance and his second Main Event final table this season. The young pro managed to post a seventh place finish, bringing his career Circuit earnings to over $160,000.

Myers was the other ring winner at the table, but the talk of the tournament amongst the final nine was Brad Lipsey, who finished Day 2 of play atop the chip counts, thanks to several large pots that went his way, including the hand that eliminated Garcia.A table talker and aggressive player, Lipsey made his mark, but he might be better remembered for his time away from the table.Lipsey was missing in action for the first hour of play on Day 3, blinding off almost a million chips in the process.He showed up eventually, and even managed to build his stack back up a bit, but ultimately exited in fourth place.

The final table took less than six hours to play from nine players down to a winner thanks to aggressive tough play from Gaviao, Myers, and several other Circuit regulars in the line-up.One of the fastest Main Event final tables we’ve seen this season, it was no easy feat for Gaviao to prevail and take the title.

Myers earns $112,420 for the runner-up finish, bringing his career Circuit earnings to over $160,000.

Here is a look at the final table finisher's in this year's Harrah's Tunica Main Event:

1st: Jonathan Gaviao - $181,757
2nd: Carter Myers - $112,420
3rd: Charles Hopkins - $82,205
4th: Brad Lipsey - $61,000
5th: Jackson White - $45,897
6th: David Lee - $35,009
7th: Cord Garcia - $27,073
8th: Bryan McMullin - $21,222
9th: Timothy Tracy - $16,860

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