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Tuesday, November 14, 2017 6:28 PM Local Time
The ending to Event #4 was a monumental one, with regular World Series of Poker Circuit grinder Neil Scott finally winning his first ring after a long string of cashes. Scott booked his 63rd career Circuit cash and snagged a win after defeating Chris Perkins in a quick heads-up match with a loud, supportive rail behind him.
The newly-crowned champion can finally cut his hair after a two-year "deal" that required a group of friends to leave their hair uncut until they won a ring. Scott explained that he was the only one who kept his end of the deal, and will now be donating his locks to charity to benefit kids with cancer.
Scott pocketed $12,798 for his win, while Perkins settled for $7,909 for his runner-up finish.
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 1:59 PM Local Time
Cards were in the air at 1:00 p.m. today and the field has gone from 13 to 10 players in 45 minutes.
Leading the way is Ricky Wysocki with 258,000 chips, with Stanislav Angelov in second (225,000) and Chris Perkins (219,000) rounding out the top three counts. Play will conclude when a winner is crowned with a ring and $12,798 for first place.
Angelov has made his second final table already after finishing as runner-up to A.J. Yowler in the Turbo earlier this week, and Neil Scott has booked his 62nd cash in the hunt for his first ever Circuit ring.
Here is a look at how the final 10 players stack up:
Seat 1: Chris Perkins - 219,000
Seat 2: Neil Scott - 190,000
Seat 3: Nathan Chow - 104,000
Seat 4: Osinin Aleksandr - 47,000
Seat 5: Lowell Kim - 159,000
Seat 6: Stanislav Angelov - 225,000
Seat 7: Mark Kerrigan - 211,000
Seat 8: David Chang - 92,000
Seat 9: Ricky Wysocki - 258,000
Seat 10: Brian Soroko - 75,000
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 1:00 PM Local Time
Day 2 in Event #4 begins at 1:00 p.m. with just 13 hopefuls in the hunt for a World Series of Poker Circuit ring and $12,798 for first place.
Richard Wysocki leads with 387,000 chips, and Neil Scott sits in second with 240,000 in the hunt for his first ever Circuit ring to go with his 62 cashes.
Here is a look at how the final 13 players stack up:
Monday, November 13, 2017 11:26 PM Local Time
The first of two days in Event #4 is in the books after playing 18 levels and Richard Wysocki (pictured) leads the remaining 13 players. He sits on 387,000 chips with Neil Scott (240,000) and Lowell Kim (220,000) rounding out the top three spots. Scott has now locked up his 62nd WSOP Circuit cash but has yet to win a ring.
Day 2 begins at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday and will play down to a winner.
A full list of counts is available here.
Monday, November 13, 2017 5:48 PM Local Time
Payouts in Event #4 have been released and are available under the Prizepool Tab.
A total of 18 spots will be paid out after gathering 158 entries for a prize pool of $47,400.
Play will conclude at the end of Level 18.
Monday, November 13, 2017 4:43 PM Local Time
Event #4 is closed for registration, pulling in 158 entries for a prize pool of $47,400 in this two-day event.
has continued into Level 9 now, and payouts will be posted as soon as
they are available. Day 2 will re-start on Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. and will play down to a winner.
Monday, November 13, 2017 11:18 AM Local Time
$365 No-Limit Hold'em with single re-entries starts up at Noon. This is a
two-day event with the re-start on Tuesday at 1:00 p.m.
Here are the details for the event:
- 10,000 starting stack
- 15-minute breaks after Level 4, 8, 15, 21, 24 and 29
- 60-minute dinner breaks after Level 12 and 27
- Registration closes before the start of Level 9 (~4:30 p.m.)
- Single re-entry before the close of registration
- Play ends at the end of Level 18 (~10:45 p.m.)
- Day 2 resumes on Tuesday at 1:00 p.m.
Here is a look at the structure for this event: