Jewell Takes The Crown At Hammond's Horseshoe
October 25, 2021
Kurt Jewell, a professional poker player from Kentucky, took down the $1,600 buy-in, World Series of Poker Circuit Horseshoe Hammond main event over the weekend, earning a top prize of $242,909.

Jewell, who with this score now has over $350,000 in live tournament winnings, outlasted a total field of 872 entrants to secure his first WSOP circuit ring, including numerous notable pros like PokerRoad’s Bryan “Devo” Devonshire, who made the final table as well.

As if the top prize and WSOP Circuit ring weren’t enough, Jewell- for besting the largest field in WSOP Circuit history- also earned a seat into the end of season, $1,000,000 guaranteed, WSOP Circuit National Championship, as well as a seat into the $10,000 buy-in, Regional Championship, that also takes place in Hammond starting today (10/25).

The final table finish positions for the 2010/2011 WSOP Circuit Hammond Horseshoe main event were as follows:

1st.  Kurt Jewell- $242,909

2nd.  Jared Kenworthy- $150,104

3rd.  William Reynolds- $110,567

4th.  Edwin Choi- $82,514

5th.  Nick Jivkov- $62,384

6th.  Will Souther- $47,772

7th.  Bryan Devonshire- $37,047

8th.  Daniel Cohen- $29,087

9th.  Charles Hayes- $23,120

For more information on this event, or to follow updates from the start of today’s Regional Championship, visit
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