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David DiBernardi Wins His Second WSOP Circuit Ring in His Hometown

2020 WSOP Circuit – February
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Tampa, Florida
Event 13
$600 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Entries:  374
Prize Pool:  $192,610
February 16-17, 2020

Event 13 Champion David Dibernardi
Event 13 Champion David Dibernardi

A year ago this month, David DiBernardi won his first WSOP Circuit ring down at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, but after busting out of the Main Event on Sunday, DiBernardi was prepared to call it a series.

“I almost didn’t play this event,” said DiBernardi. “I was waiting in line because I min-cashed the Main Event, and my buddy said, ‘Dude, you’ve got to hop in this.'”

DiBernardi did hop into it, and finished Day 1 third in chips. By the time the final table began, he had moved up the leaderboard to second in chips, and when the final river card hit, DiBernardi was victorious in winning his second WSOP Circuit ring in his own hometown.

When asked about the WSOP Circuit coming to Tampa, DiBernardi said, “I’m from Tampa, and I’ve been waiting for something like this. It’s awesome, what the Hard Rock has done. This room has been amazing. It was a great series, and I’m excited that it’s coming back in September.”

Event 13 Champion David Dibernardi and Friends


Final Table Results:

1st:  David DiBernardi  –  $40,079 + WSOP Circuit Ring
2nd:  Victor Nissim  –  $24,768
3rd:  Giedrius Bagdonas  –  $17,957
4th:  Bradley Coultas  –  $13,216
5th:  William Watson  –  $9,877
6th:  Rodney Turvin  –  $7,497
7th:  Gregory Masters  –  $5,780
8th:  Stephen Song  –  $4,529
9th:  Saehyun Kim  –  $3,606
10th:  Lily Kornik  –  $2,920

Event 13: Final Table Lineup

$600 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 25: 15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante
Players Remaining:  10 of 374

Event 13 is down to its final table with 10 players remaining in the $600 buy-in tournament. With the elimination of David Prociak, David Tuthill grabbed a virtual lock on the Casino Championship.

Seat 1: Rodney Turvin – 780,000
Seat 2: Brad Coultas – 1,400,000
Seat 3: David Dibernardi – 1,506,000
Seat 4: Giedrius Bagdonas – 1,700,000
Seat 5: Stephen Song – 431,000
Seat 6: Gregory Masters – 374,000
Seat 7: William Watson – 525,000
Seat 8: Saehyun “Sam” Kim – 345,000
Seat 9: Victor Nissim – 495,000

Remaining payouts:

1st: $40,079 + WSOP Circuit Ring
2nd: $24,768
3rd: $17,957
4th: $13,216
5th: $9,877
6th: $7,497
7th: $5,780
8th: $4,529
9th: $3,606
10th-12th: $2,920

And here are the players who have been eliminated so far here on Day 2:

11th:  Hamid Izadi  –  $2,920
12th:  David Prociak  –  $2,920
13th:  Adam Fauser  –  $2,404
14th:  Joseph Daddario  –  $2,404
15th:  Ronald Sullivan  –  $2,404
16th:  Diane Casino  –  $2,013
17th:  David Dean  –  $2,013
18th:  Sanjib Acharya  –  $2,013
19th:  Ross Lebo  –  $1,715
20th:  Carlos Loving  –  $1,715
21st:  Adedapo Ajayi  –  $1,715
22nd:  Raymond Rob Majuraerty  –  $1,488
23rd:  Eric Salazar  –  $1,488
24th:  Sam Sweilem  –  $1,488
25th:  Jeremy Demers  –  $1,314
26th:  Travis Cathey  –  $1,314
27th:  Glyn Griffis  –  $1,314
28th:  Laurence Miles  –  $1,182
29th:  Gloria Jacksonson  –  $1,182
30th:  Jason Giles  –  $1,182
31st:  Raminder Singh  –  $1,083
32nd:  Mukul Pahuja  –  $1,083
33rd:  Bob Beck  –  $1,083
34th:  Adam White  –  $1,012
35th:  Zachary Mullennix  –  $1,012
36th:  Taylor Deane  –  $1,012
37th:  Ryan Jones  –  $964
38th:  Benjamin Miner  –  $964
39th:  Monir Maher  –  $964
40th:  Blake Barousse  –  $964
41st:  Terrence Moore  –  $964
42nd:  Kevin Blewitt  –  $964
43rd:  Carlos Guerrero  –  $964
44th:  Matthew Higgins  –  $964
45th:  Harvey Graham  –  $964
46th:  Rodney Goodwin  –  $936
47th:  An Do  –  $936

Event 13: Dapo Ajayi Leads Day 2 Return

$600 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 17:  2,500/5,000 with a 5,000 ante
Players Remaining:  47 of 374

Dapo Ajayi
Dapo Ajayi

Event 13 had a huge turnout. With the results of the WSOP Circuit series so far, it should be no surprise that the last point-generating tournament pulled a massive group of players into the Event Center.

It drew  374 entries into the $600 buy-in tournament and there were still 47 players remaining when they bagged up for the night. Such a great end that the Day 2 restart was changed from 2 pm to noon to accommodate the return.

Dapo Ajayi starts Day 2 with the chip lead with WPT Season XII Player of the Year Mukul Pahuja in second and WSOP Circuit winner David DiBernardi third. David Prociak is still in the running for his second ring of the series (and third overall) and he’s also in contention for Casino Champion.

Cards fly at noon and we will keep one eye on them while our main focus with be the Main Event.

Top ten returning stacks:

  1. Dapo Ajayi – 446,500 (89 bb)
  2. Mukul Pahuja – 422,500 (85 bb)
  3. David DiBernardi – 337,500 (68 bb)
  4. Victor Nissim – 302,000 (60 bb)
  5. Hamid Izadi – 301,000 (60 bb)
  6. Harvey Graham – 297,000 (59 bb)
  7. Ross Lebo – 293,500 (59 bb)
  8. David Prociak – 278,500 (56 bb)
  9. Lily Kornik – 253,500 (51 bb)
  10. Adam Fauser – 238,000 (48 bb)

Day 2 Seats | Day 2 Chips | Payouts

WSOP Circuit Day 12 Schedule

Primary Event Schedule

11AM: Event 14 – $250 Double Stack NLH (Re-Entry)

  • $50,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
  • Players begin with 20,000 in chips
  • Levels last 20 minutes
  • Late registration available until start of Level 9
  • This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
  • Event 14 Structure Sheet

12PM: Day 2 – $1,700 WSOPC Main Event (Single Re-Entry)

12PM: Event 13 – $600 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)

NOTE:  Due to the large field, Day 2 of Event 13 will begin earlier than originally scheduled, with the cards in the air at 12:00 noon.

Secondary and Satellite Schedule

9AM: Event 55 – $65 Event 14 Turbo Satellite (Re-Entry)

    • Players begin with 7,000 in chips and 15-minute levels
    • Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 7
    • Structure Sheet

Complete 2020 WSOPC Tampa Schedule

Event 13: Returning Day 2 Table and Seating (12:00 Noon)

$600 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
StructurePayouts
Return to Level 17:  2,500/5,000 with a 5,000 ante
Players Remaining:  47 of 374

Because of the large field, Day 2 is beginning earlier than originally scheduled, so play will resume at 12:00 noon.

TableSeatFirst NameLast NameChip Count
91RaymondRoberty91,000
92EricSalazar174,500
93DavidProciak278,500
95RodneyGoodwin86,000
96GlynGriffis234,000
97ZacharyMullennix147,000
98TravisCathey144,500
99KevinBlewitt127,500
101HamidIzadi301,000
102WilliamWatson150,000
103MatthewHiggins34,000
104BenjaminMiner52,000
106AnDo53,000
107TaylorDeane91,500
108RyanJones62,500
109GregoryMasters54,000
131DianeCasino106,000
133JeremyDemers146,500
134RodneyTurvin107,500
135CarlosLoving160,000
136CarlosGuerrero36,000
137AdamFauser238,000
138LilyKornik253,500
141RossLebo293,500
142BradCoultas129,000
143AdamWhite155,000
144RonaldSullivan148,500
145JayGiles73,500
146AdedapoAjayi446,500
147DavidDean92,000
149JosephDaddario109,000
171GiedriusBagdonas199,000
172MonirMaher62,500
173SamSnead152,500
174VictorNissim302,000
175DavidDibernardi337,500
176RaminderSingh148,000
178BlakeBarousse143,500
179TerrenceMoore76,000
181LarryMiles214,500
183BobBeck62,000
184GloriaJackson59,500
185MukulPahuja422,500
186HarveyGraham297,000
187SanjibAcharya124,000
188SaehyunKim155,500
189StephenSong173,000

Event 13: Returning Day 2 Chip Counts (12:00 Noon)

$600 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
StructurePayouts
Return to Level 17:  2,500/5,000 with a 5,000 ante
Players Remaining:  47 of 374

Because of the large field, Day 2 is beginning earlier than originally scheduled, so play will resume at 12:00 noon.

RankFirst NameLast NameChip Count
1AdedapoAjayi446,500
2MukulPahuja422,500
3DavidDibernardi337,500
4VictorNissim302,000
5HamidIzadi301,000
6HarveyGraham297,000
7RossLebo293,500
8DavidProciak278,500
9LilyKornik253,500
10AdamFauser238,000
11GlynGriffis234,000
12LarryMiles214,500
13GiedriusBagdonas199,000
14EricSalazar174,500
15StephenSong173,000
16CarlosLoving160,000
17SaehyunKim155,500
18AdamWhite155,000
19SamSnead152,500
20WilliamWatson150,000
21RonaldSullivan148,500
22RaminderSingh148,000
23ZacharyMullennix147,000
24JeremyDemers146,500
25TravisCathey144,500
26BlakeBarousse143,500
27BradCoultas129,000
28KevinBlewitt127,500
29SanjibAcharya124,000
30JosephDaddario109,000
31RodneyTurvin107,500
32DianeCasino106,000
33DavidDean92,000
34TaylorDeane91,500
35RaymondRoberty91,000
36RodneyGoodwin86,000
37TerrenceMoore76,000
38JayGiles73,500
39RyanJones62,500
40MonirMaher62,500
41BobBeck62,000
42GloriaJackson59,500
43GregoryMasters54,000
44AnDo53,000
45BenjaminMiner52,000
46CarlosGuerrero36,000
47MatthewHiggins34,000

Event 13: Dapo Ajayi Leads the Final 47 Players; Day 2 Begins at 12:00 Noon

$600 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
StructurePayouts
Level 17:  2,500/5,000 with a 5,000 ante
Players Remaining:  47 of 374

Dapo Ajayi
Chipleader Dapo Ajayi

After 16 levels of play on Day 1, there are 47 players remaining in Event 13, and the chipleader is Dapo Ajayi, who bagged up 446,500 (89 big blinds), followed by Mukul Pahuja with 422,500 (85 big blinds).

Because the field was so large, and there are still six tables in play, they will be returning tomorrow at 12:00 noon, two hours earlier than originally scheduled.

The remaining 47 players are all guaranteed to earn at least $936 each, while there is $40,079 and a beautiful WSOP Circuit ring waiting for the eventual winner. Here is a list of the players who have finished in the money so far:

48th:  Brandon Figueroa  –  $936
49th:  Jonathan Hemingway  –  $936
50th:  John Two-Bears  –  $936
51st:  Brett Apter  –  $936
52nd:  A.J. Kelsall  –  $936
53rd:  John Gorsuch  –  $936
54th:  Andrew Brinkley  –  $936
55th:  Nelson Resendiz  –  $936
56th:  Kammar Andries  –  $936
57th:  Kimberly Jones  –  $936

The full list of official chip counts and the Day 2 seat draw will be posted soon.

Mukul Pahuja
Mukul Pahuja

Event 13: Prize Pool and Payouts with $40,079 for First

$600 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
StructurePayouts
Entries:  374

Even without a guarantee, lucky Event #13 attracted a field of 374 entries, creating a total prizepool of $192,610.

The final 57 players will finish in the money, guaranteed at least $936 each, while the winner will earn 40,079 and a coveted WSOP Circuit ring.

2020 WSOP Circuit – February
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Tampa, Florida
Event 13
$600 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Entries:  374
Prize Pool:  $192,610
February 16-17, 2020

1st:  $40,079 + WSOP Circuit Ring
2nd:  $24,768
3rd:  $17,957
4th:  $13,216
5th:  $9,877
6th:  $7,497
7th:  $5,780
8th:  $4,529
9th:  $3,606
10th-12th:  $2,920
13th-15th:  $2,404
16th-18th:  $2,013
19th-21st:  $1,715
22nd-24th:  $1,488
25th-27th:  $1,314
28th-30th:  $1,182
31st-33rd:  $1,083
34th-36th:  $1,012
37th-45th:  $964
46th-57th:  $936

Event 13: Running Out of Time

$600 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Structure
Level 1:  100/100

Our WSOP Circuit series comes to a close on Monday which means time is running out to win a shiny new ring along with a bunch of cash. The last multi-day tournament starts at 4 pm in the Event Center and we should see a nice group of players trying to close it out.

Players will start with 20,000 stacks and the first 24 levels last 30 minutes and increase to 45 from Level 25 forward. Late registration is available until the start of Level 13 at 10:30 pm and they may re-enter as often as needed during that time.

The two-day tournament will wrap up Day 1 action after Level 16 and survivors will return on Monday at 2 pm to play it out.

  • Players begin with 20,000 in chips
  • Levels 1-24 last 30 minutes; Levels 25+ last 45 minutes
  • Late registration available until start of Level 13
  • Day 1 will end at the conclusion of level 16 or official final table
  • Event 3 Structure Sheet

WSOP Circuit Day 11 Schedule

Primary Event Schedule

10AM: Event 12 – $250 Seniors 50+ NLH (Re-Entry)

  • $25,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
  • Players begin with 10,000 in chips
  • Levels last 30 minutes
  • Late registration available until start of Level 9
  • This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
  • Event 12 Structure Sheet

12PM: Day 2 – $1,700 WSOPC Main Event (Single Re-Entry)

4PM: Event 13 – $600 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)

  • Players begin with 20,000 in chips
  • Levels 1-24 last 30 minutes; Levels 25+ last 45 minutes
  • Late registration available until start of Level 13
  • Day 1 will end at the conclusion of level 16 or official final table
  • Event 13 Structure Sheet

Secondary and Satellite Schedule

9AM: Event 53 – $80 Event 13 Turbo Satellite (Re-Entry)

  • Players begin with 7,000 in chips and 15-minute levels
  • Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 7
  • Structure Sheet

1PM: Event 54 – $80 Event 13 Turbo Satellite (Re-Entry)

  • Players begin with 7,000 in chips and 15-minute levels
  • Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 7
  • Structure Sheet

Complete 2020 WSOPC Tampa Schedule