Main Event: Isaac Kempton Wins ($290,974); David Jackson Finishes as Runner-Up ($179,833)

$1,700 WSOPC Main Event (Single Re-Entry)
$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 36:  200,000/400,000 with a 400,000 ante
Players Remaining:  1 of 1,162

Final Hand Between David Jackson and Isaac Kempton
In the final hand of the WSOP Circuit Main Event, David Jackson (left) shoves the river against Isaac Kempton.

After a flop of 10s8h3d, Isaac Kempton checked, David Jackson bet 650,000, and Kempton called.

The turn card was the 4d, Kempton checked, Jackson bet 2,500,000, and Kempton called.

The river card was the As, Kempton checked, Jackson moved all in for 8,900,000, and Kempton asked for an exact count and went into the tank.

Eventually, Kempton quietly put out a single white chip (1,000,000) to indicate a call, and Jackson reluctantly showed his Js9h for a missed straight draw — jack high.

Kempton turned over Qs8c to win the pot — and the WSOP Circuit Main Event — with a pair of eights.

David Jackson finished as the runner-up, earning $179,833.

Isaac Kempton won $290,974, a WSOP Circuit Championship ring, and a seat into the WSOP Global Casino Championship.

Stay tuned for a recap from this final table.

1st:  Isaac Kempton  –  $290,974 + WSOP Circuit Ring
2nd:  David Jackson  –  $179,833
3rd:  Paul Balzano  –  $135,794
4th:  Rob Manjura  –  $103,434
5th:  James Calderaro  –  $79,480
6th:  Ioannis Patsourakis  –  $61,616
7th:  Francisco Gomez  –  $48,195
8th:  Brad Sailor  –  $38,039
9th:  Fares Santana  –  $30,297
10th:  John Ott  –  $24,353

Final Hand of the WSOP Circuit Main Event, with J-9 bluffing against Q-8 on a board of 10-8-3-4-A.