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Monday, May 23, 2016 12:19 PM Local Time
Blake Barousse raises from middle position and Virgil Beddingfield defends his big blind. The flop comes and both players check. When the turn brings the , Beddingfield bets 75,000 and Barousse calls. the river is the and both players check again. Beddingfield shows and Barousse takes the pot with for a full house.
Blake Barousse - 1,025,000 (34 bb)
Virgil Beddingfield - 625,000 (20 bb)
Monday, May 23, 2016 12:16 PM Local Time
1 - Thomas Brinley
2 - David Diaz
3 - Alex Wood
4 - Corey Brysman
5 - Jake Dollinger
6 - -empty-
7 - Brett Murray
8 - Foster Hays
9 - David Slaughter
1 - James Anderson
2 - Riley Fuller
3 - Virgil Beddingfield
4 - Johanssy Joseph
5 - -empty-
6 - Ryan Dunn
7 - Blake Barrouse
8 - -empty-
9 - David Hubbard
Monday, May 23, 2016 12:06 PM Local Time
In the first hand of Day 3, Corey Brysman moves all in from the cutoff. After having posted the ante, he has 250,000.
Jake Dollinger moves all in over the top from the button, and the blinds both fold.
Brysman starts to get up to leave, but stops and claps his hands in a mini-celebration when he sees the in the window. The full board rolls out , and Brysman doubles up with his set.
Corey Brysman - 585,000
Jake Dollinger - 645,000
Monday, May 23, 2016 12:02 PM Local Time
Monday, May 23, 2016 9:00 AM Local Time
Ryan Dunn - Chip Leader
Today is the final day of the 2015-2016 WSOP Circuit season, and the last Main Event wraps up today here at Harrah's New Orleans.
Fifteen players remain out of a starting field of 785 entries, and Ryan Dunn (pictured above) leads the way with 2,700,000 in chips. He's followed by Riley Fuller (2,000,000), then two WSOP bracelet winners: David Diaz (1,545,000) and Foster Hays (1,540,000). Also still in the hunt are two-time Circuit ring winner Blake Barousse (860,000) and this year's runner-up in the Main Event at Foxwoods, Johanssy Joseph. Full chip counts and seat assignments are available in the Reports Tab.
Play resumes at Level 26 (15,000/30,000 with a 5,000 ante).
Cards go in the air for Day 3 at noon and will continue until a winner has been crowned. Stay with us here at WSOP.com for live updates from the tournament floor as the players determine the winner of the season's last Circuit Main Event.