WSOP-C Event Wraps Up Iin Indiana
April 15, 2022
18 players reconvened in Elizabeth, Indiana for Day 2 of the World Series of Poker Circuit Event. By the end of the day, one of these 18 players was going to take home $180,289, plus a $10,000 buy-in to the WSOP Main Event, a $1,000 in spending money, and a coveted WSOP Circuit gold ring.

The day started with all eyes on chip leader and WSOP bracelet winner Robert Cheung, but a lot can change in a day. Unfortunately for Cheung, that chip lead wasn't meant to last. Chueng was unable to get much going on day 2 and was eventually eliminated when his all-in J-7 ran into Steve Merrifield's A-J, leaving Cheung with a surely disappointing 11th place finish. Merrifield, however, was able to go far with Cheung's chips, taking them all the way into heads up play where he eventually went out second ($94,596) to the new WSOP Circuit champion, Wilber Futhey.

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