Kwickfish Leads Tunica Final Table
February 10, 2022

PokerRoad blogger, Paul "Kwickfish" Wasicka, still has chips in the World Series of Poker Circuit Tunica main event, one of only nine players that can still say that.  Actually, not only does Paul still have chips, he has the most chips, entering today's final table with 454,000- over a 100,000 more than his closest rival, Shane Zell.

Wasicka is without a doubt, an accomplished tournament pro- with over $7,000,000 in tournament cashes to his credit- but he is by no means the only threat at today's final table.  Remarkably, despite this event only attracting 96 total entrants, the Tunica finale is still somehow studded with recognizable tournament names including Carter Phillips, Matt "Allinat420" Stout and Dwyte Pilgrim, who already owns one WSOP main event circuit ring, and can claim two victories and a runner-up finish in the last two months alone.

The final table chip counts going into the 2010 Tunica World Series of Poker Circuit main event are as follows:

Paul Wasicka- 454,000

Shane Zell- 336,500

Dwyte Pilgrim- 322,000

Richard Robb- 224,500

Carter Phillips- 200,000

Larry Gurney- 137,500

Matt Stout- 102,500

Jerry Saucier- 77,000

Robert Thornhill- 53,000

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Story by Mark Anderson

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