NEWSBRIEF
BY MARKANDERSON
Quinn Qonguers WSOPC Lake Tahoe Main Event
November 24, 2021
Danville, California’s Stanley Quinn, was the last player sitting yesterday at the $1,600 buy-in, World Series of Poker Circuit Lake Tahoe main event, netting a substantial $86,789.

To earn the win, Quinn braved a Western Nevada snowstorm and a total field of 246 players including more than a few WSOP Circuit regulars, still vying for a spot in the end of Season WSOP Circuit National Championship, which boasts a guaranteed million dollar prize pool and a WSOP bracelet for the champion. 

With this win, Quinn secured his seat into that National Championship as did fellow Californian Andrew Barber, who took 23rd in the main event, and a 2nd and 3rd place in earlier Lake Tahoe preliminary events, to become the all-around points winner for the stop.

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

1st.  Stanley Quinn- $86,789

2nd.  John McNeilly- $53,625

3rd.  Michael Traylor- $38,743

4th.  Dan Black- $28,513

5th.  Drew Caseri- $21,361

6th.  Ned Mantua- $16,277

7th.  Donna Jetter- $12,611

8th.  Grant Hillman- $9,929

9th.  Joe Mongkol-ua-aree- $7,942

For more information on the WSOP Circuit visit www.wsop.com.
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