Devo No Longer Always The Bridesmaid, Claims Harrah’s Rincon Title
March 30, 2022
PokerRoad’s own Bryan “Devo” Devonshire, just took down the World Series of Poker Circuit Harrah’s Rincon main event, claiming a top prize worth $114,975, a free entry into the WSOP Main Event, and his first ever circuit ring.

Devo outlasted a total field of 70 players to claim the Harrah’s Rincon title, which is in point of fact his first major title win, despite numerous close calls including two runner-up finishes for a WSOP bracelet in 2006 and 2007, and a runner-up finish in Reno during the World Poker Tour World Poker Challenge in 2008 (if Devo was Joe’s brother, we’d probably have to call him Secondbok).

That World Poker Tour stop had 261 entrants and awarded Devo $271,625 for the second place finish- still the biggest cash of his tournament career- but one has to wonder if this cash, worth significantly less than half of that, doesn’t feel even better to Devonshire right now, after literally years of close calls.

The payout positions for the 2010 Harrah’s Rincon WSOP Circuit main event were as follows:

1st.  Bryan Devonshire- $114,975

2nd.  Daniel Schreiber- $72,270

3rd.  Toward Andrew- $49,275

4th.  John Farrell- $32,850

5th.  Ron Segni- $26,280

6th.  Micheal McClain- $19,710

7th.  Daniel Burke- $13,140

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