Devo Makes Final Table Of WSOP-C Rincon
March 30, 2022
PokerRoad’s own Bryan “Devo” Devonshire, is now just eight players away from claiming his first World Series of Poker Circuit ring at the Harrah’s Rincon main event in San Diego, and perhaps just as interesting, he’s only two spots away from cashing.

That’s right only seven players will make the money at this most recent $5,150 buy-in WSOP Circuit event, due to a total attendance that makes the World Poker Tour’s most recent Indiana tournament stop seem downright overcrowded. 

70 players in all began play yesterday at Harrah's Rincon, creating a total prize pool of $328,500, and a first place prize worth $114,975.  Given Devo’s current chip stack, he is mathematically the third most likely to claim that top prize- with all other things being equal- thanks to an impressive stalking stack worth 145,800.

The nine chip stacks heading into today’s (3/30) noon final table at the Harrah’s Rincon main event are as follows:

Mike McClain- 52,800

Howard “Tahoe” Andrew- 69,000

Darryn Hardin- 79,800

Ron Segni- 97,800

John Farrell- 117,700

Dan Schreiber- 142,400

Bryan Devonshire- 145,800

Daniel Burke- 158,400

Weikai Chang- 194,200

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