10 Left At Caesars Circuit Stop
April 29, 2022
140 tough and determined players have now been eliminated from the 2010 World Series of Poker Circuit Caesars Palace main event, leaving one lone table left to fight for the $190,137 top prize.

Among those final ten are still quite a few well known names including Brock Parker, Andrew “Lucky Chewy” Lichtenberger, Matt “All In At 420” Stout and Stephen O’Dwyer, who currently leads the field with nearly 650,000 in tournament chips.

The money bubble popped during yesterday’s Day 2, meaning all of these final 10 players will now walk away with at least some form of payday, something PokerRoad’s Bryan “Devo” Devonshire only wishes he could say as he was the unfortunate bubble boy of this event- busting in 19th place overall- after flopping a set and then raising into a bigger one.

Other players eliminated during day 2 include Jeff Madsen, Eric Hershler, Blair Hinkle and Layne “Back to Back” Flack, who despite much Day 1 success was unable to get things going on Day 2.

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