Berger Takes The Cheddar At Final WSOP Circuit Of The Season
May 20, 2022
Louisiana’s Fred Berger, just became the last man standing out of a total field of 156 players, to claim the top prize at the World Series of Poker Circuit Harrah’s New Orleans main event- the final Circuit stop of the 2009/2010 season.

Berger, a former WSOP bracelet winner with over $800,000 in career tournament cashes, took down the top prize of $197,584, despite entering the final table fifth in chips, out of the final nine remaining. 

The chip leader at the start of that final table, Benjamin Keiley, had more than double Berger’s stack when play began yesterday, and was in good shape to win it all, but eventually was forced instead to settle for a third place cash worth $76,424, leaving only Mike Beasley to battle Berger heads-up.

The final table finish positions for the WSOP Circuit Harrah’s New Orleans main event were as follows:

1st.  Fred Berger- $197,584

2nd.  Mike Beasley- $119,296

3rd.  Benjamin Keiley- $76,424

4th.  Ed Corrado- $59,648

5th.  Fernando Perez- $46,600

6th.  Joel Merwick- $37,280

7th.  Jacob Naquin- $29,824

8th.  Chandler Jain- $24,232

9th.  Jared Ingles- $20,504

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