Lucky Chewy Proves His Skill At WSOP Circuit Caesars
April 30, 2022
After a long day of final table play, and an even longer night of heads-up, organizers for the World Series of Poker Circuit Caesars Palace main event finally have a champion, in online monster Andrew “Lucky Chewy” Lichtenberger.

Lichtenberger, by the end earned $190,137 for outlasting the entire 150 person pro-heavy field at this year’s Caesars event, in the process defeating a final ten that included Brock Parker, Matt “All In At 420” Stout and Dan Casetta, the last player able to stand in his way.

Casetta grabbed $114,800 for his impressive near miss, after over five tough hours of  heads-up play that saw the chip lead passed between these final two warriors numerous times, until finally Casetta had no choice but to let the Wookie win.

The payout positions for the 2010 WSOP Circuit Caesars Palace main event were as follows:

1st.  Andrew Lichtenberger- $190,137
2nd.  Dan Casetta- $114,800
3rd.  Brock Parker- $73,544
4th.  Diego Sanchez- $57,400
5th.  James Carroll- $44,844
6th.  Stephen O'Dwyer- $35,875
7th.  Aaron Been- $28,700
8th.  Anthony Yeh- $23,319
9th.  Matt Stout- $19,731

For more information on the WSOP Circuit series visit, or for details on how last night’s final table went down check out the updates at PokerNews.
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