Impressive Final Table Set At WSOP Circuit Council Bluffs
August 31, 2021
The final nine players of the 251 that entered the World Series of Poker Circuit, Council Bluffs Main Event, are now known, and more than a few familiar faces sit among them despite a relatively low buy-in of $1,500.

Foxwood’s pro Bernard Lee bubbled the official final table in tenth place for $6,582, but even with his elimination this event still benefits from both Blair Hinkle and “Circuit Master” Dwyte Pilgrim as not only final table contenders, but serious threats to win it, sitting in first and second place as Lee left for the rail.

The final table chip counts, according to live updates provided by are as follows:

Blair Hinkle- 750,000

Dwyte Pilgrim- 700,000

Charles Moore- 510,000

Daniel Biddle- 500,000

Matt Lawrence- 460,000

Jack Do- 428,000

Shiva Dudani- 310,000

Kevin Calenzo- 125,000

John Wakeen- 120,000

Apparently not interested in wasting any time, this event is scheduled to play down to conclusion tonight (8/31/2010), with one player walking away not only with a circuit ring and a top prize worth $88,555, but also precious Circuit Leader Board points and entry into the end of season WSOP Circuit National Championship.  For more information on the WSOP’s new Circuit, or to follow live updates- powered by CardPlayer- from the final table visit
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