NEWSBRIEF
BY MARKANDERSON
Chicago Circuit Stop Yields New Champion
October 26, 2021

The first stop of the new World Series of Poker Circuit season came to an end over the weekend with local Illinoisan Dan Livingston walking away with the $291,749 top prize.

Livingston outlasted a total field of 248 players to earn that substantial prize, each of whom ponied up $5,200 to be part of the experience.

The final table finish position for the 2009 World Series of Poker Circuit- Hammond Horseshoe were as follows:

1st.  Dan Livingston- $291,749

2nd.  Tom Floros- $180,287

3rd.  Chris Gentile- $119,556

4th.  Tad Mosele- $84,594

5th.  William Schweinebraten- $63,744

6th.  William Miner- $50,871

7th.  Joshua Goldstein- $42,881

8th.  Jacob Bazeley- $38,082

9th.  Michael Parisi- $35,533

For more information on the 2009/2010 season of the World Series of Poker Circuit visit www.worldseriesofpoker.com


Story by Mark Anderson

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