WSOP-C Horseshoe Southern Indiana Concludes
October 13, 2021
The final table of the 2010 World Series of Poker Circuit, Southern Indiana main event, concluded tonight at the Horseshoe Casino in Elizabeth, with Charles “Woody” Moore earning a top prize worth $99,878. 

Along with that prize, for outlasting his 288 fellow competitors, Woody also earned a gold Circuit ring, 100 WSOP Circuit National Leader Board points and an automatic entry into the $1 million guaranteed, WSOP Circuit National Championship, set to run at the end of the 2010/2011 season.

This was not Moore’s first WSOP Circuit main event final table attempt, in fact, it wasn’t even his first of the year, having come in 5th at the Horseshoe Council Bluffs Main Event less than two months prior.  Also at that final table was Kevin Calenzo, who bested his ninth place finish from that event significantly tonight, but still came up short of the ring thanks to a difficult heads-up battle against Moore. 

For the second place finish, Calenzo earned $61,725 and another 75 WSOP-C Leader Board points to go with the 40 he had already acquired.

The final table finish positions for the WSOP Circuit Horseshoe Southern Indiana main event, were as follows:

1st.  Charles Moore-  $99,878

2nd.  Kevin Calenzo- $61,725

3rd.  John Holder- $44,787

4th.  Mike Foster- $33,043

5th.  Kris Bradshaw- $24,782

6th.  Brian McKain- $18,885

7th.  John Alfera- $14,616

8th.  Jorge Solorzano- $11,486

9th.  Joel Merwick- $9,164

For more information on the 2010/2011 WSOP Circuit season visit, or to read how Woody won tonight (10/12), check out all the event updates from
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