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Event 5: Break Counts

$600 Six-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 25:  15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante
Players Remaining:  7 of 352

There was very little change in the counts before the Six-Handed payers were sent on break. Levels now last 45 minutes and the average stack is 1,005,000 (34 bb).

Seat 1: Ruben Javier Vallejo – 1,770,000 (59 bb)
Seat 2: Michael Rossitto – 895,000 (30 bb)
Seat 3: Stephan Nussrallah – 1,075,000 (36 bb)
Seat 4: Arkadiy Tsinis – 1,750,000 (58 bb)
Seat 5: John Gorsuch – 220,000 (7 bb)
Seat 6: Michael Tait – 525,000 (18 bb)
Seat 7: Scott Dobbs – 915,000 (31 bb)

Remaining payouts:

1st: $39,527 + WSOP Circuit ring
2nd: $24,429
3rd: $16,710
4th: $11,672
5th: $8,330
6th: $6,076
7th: $4,533

Event 5: Final Table Lineup

$600 Six-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 23:  10,000/20,000 with a 20,000 ante
Players Remaining:  7 of 352

The final table is set for the six-handed event with seven players remaining and Ruben Javier Vallejo leading.

Seat 1: Ruben Javier Vallejo – 1,604,000 (80 bb)
Seat 2: Michael Rossitto – 968,000 (48 bb)
Seat 3: Stephan Nussrallah – 1,125,000 (56 bb)
Seat 4: Arkadiy Tsinis – 1,621,000 (81 bb)
Seat 5: John Gorsuch – 228,000 (11 bb)
Seat 6: Michael Tait – 722,000 (36 bb)
Seat 7: Scott Dobbs – 767,000 (38 bb)

Remaining payouts:

1st: $39,527 + WSOP Circuit ring
2nd: $24,429
3rd: $16,710
4th: $11,672
5th: $8,330
6th: $6,076
7th: $4,533

9th: David Poces – $3,460
10th: Nick Ahmadi – $3,460
11th: Jesse Vilchez – $2,704
12th: Steven Wills II – $2,704
13th: William Muniz – $2,164
14th: Zachary Gruneberg – $2,164
15th: Bryan Salerno – $2,164
16th: Giedrius Bagdonas – $2,164
17th: Carlos Loving – $1,775
18th: Blake Whittington – $1,775

Event 5: Three-Table Redraw

$600 Six-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 20:  5,000/10,000 with a 10,000 ante
Players Remaining:  18 of 352

It took a little over one, 30-minute level to drop seven players out of off the tournament to trigger a three-table redraw with 18 players remaining. WSOP Circuit ring winners Ryan Van Sanford and Zach Mullennix were among those to fall short.

19th: Israel Hoke – $1,775
20th: William Medina Diaz – $1,775
21st: Zachary Mullennix – $1,494
22nd: Henry Valentine – $1,494
23rd: William Firebaugh – $1,494
24th: Alan Percal – $1,494
25th: Ryan Van Sanford – $1,289

Event 5: Day 1 Results

$600 Six-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 19:  4,000/8,000 with a 8,000 ante
Players Remaining:  25 of 352

Brett Apter

Catching up on the results from yesterday, here’s who cashed on Day 1 but fell short of Day 2. Brett Apter was among them and it was his second cash of the day after finishing 11th in the $1,125 buy-in Event 4.

26th: Nikita Moiseev – $1,289
27th: Mark Dube – $1,289
28th: James Heath III – $1,289
29th: Matthew Yorra – $1,289
30th: Andrew Brinkley – $1,289
31st: Austin Clanton – $1,143
32nd: Romel Huelga Mendoza – $1,143
33rd: Christopher Dombrowski – $1,143
34th: Donald Scheib – $1,143
35th: Donald Manns – $1,143
37th: Adam Lamphere – $1,042
38th: Walter Connors – $1,042
39th: Yarom Limor – $1,042
40th: David Tuthill – $1,042
41st: Elanit Hasas – $1,042
42nd: Kristen Tidwell – $1,042
43rd: Brett Apter – $976
44th: John Dollinger – $976
45th: Andrew Kelsall – $976
46th: Alexander Rocha – $976
47th: Kevin Ayow – $976
48th: Hamid Izadi – $976
49th: Daniel Hicks – $942
50th: Sterling Savill – $942
51st: Aaron Thivyanathan – $942
52nd: Karl Manouchakian – $942
53rd: Hyndi Khomutetsky – $942

Event 5: Cards in the Air for Day 2

$600 Six-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 19:  4,000/8,000 with a 8,000 ante
Players Remaining:  25 of 352

Nick Ahmadi

The Six-Max tournament drew another huge crowd to a WSOP Circuit event with 352 putting $181,280 up for grabs. Of those starters, we have 25 returning for Day 2 with Tampa regular Nick Ahmadi leading the way.

They are already in the money and guaranteed at least $1,289 but everyone wants the top $39,527 prize along with the WSOP Circuit ring.

Blind levels will remain 30 minutes long until increasing to 45 minutes in Level 26.

WSOPC Day 6 Schedule

Primary Event Schedule

11AM: Event 6 Day 1A – $400 Monster Stack NLH (Re-Entry)

  • $200,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
  • Players begin with 30,000 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 24 or 8% of the field
  • Event 6 Structure Sheet

12PM: Event 5 Day 2 – $600 Six-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)

4PM: Event 7 Day 1 – $1,125 Pot Limit Omaha (Re-Entry)

  • Players begin with 25,000 in chips
  • Levels will last 40 minutes
  • Late registration available until start of Level 13
  • Tournament will be played eight-handed
  • Day 1 will end at the conclusion of level 15
  • Event 7 Structure Sheet

Secondary and Satellite Schedule

9AM: Event 33 – $65 Event 5 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
  • Winners will be entered into Event 6A
  • Structure Sheet

12PM: Event 16 Day 2 – $250 Ultimate Re-Entry

6PM: Event 34 – $65 Satellite (Re-Entry)

  • Players begin with 7,000 in chips and 20-minute levels
  • Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 7
  • Winners may enter any $400 WSOPC tournament
  • Structure Sheet

Complete 2020 WSOPC Tampa Schedule


Event Center directions and parking11

Event 5: Returning Day 2 Chip Counts and Seats

$600 Six-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 19:  4,000/8,000 with a 8,000 ante
Players Remaining:  25 of 352

Sorted by chip count:

First NameLast NameChip Count
NickAhmadi628,000
BlakeWhittington623,000
Ruben JavierVallejo598,000
RonaldSullivan550,000
MichaelRossitto436,000
ArkadiyTsinis391,000
DavidPoces381,000
JohnGorsuch332,000
StephanNussnallah306,000
WilliamMedina Diaz305,000
JessVilchez282,000
BryanSalerno272,000
EdwardsMuniz257,000
ZachGruneberg218,000
ZacharyMullennix217,000
ScottDobbs187,000
CarlosLoving178,000
MichaelTailt176,000
WilliamFirebaugh151,000
RyanVan Sanford124,000
StevenWills108,000
AlanPercal94,000
HenryValentine80,000
GiedriusBagdonaj78,000
IsraelHoke77,000

Sorted by table and seat assignment:

TableSeatFirst NameLast NameChip Count
251Ruben JavierVallejo598,000
252IsraelHoke77,000
253NickAhmadi628,000
255DavidPoces381,000
256AlanPercal94,000
261CarlosLoving178,000
262MichaelRossitto436,000
263StevenWills108,000
264JohnGorsuch332,000
265MichaelTailt176,000
271EdwardsMuniz257,000
272GiedriusBagdonaj78,000
273JessVilchez282,000
274ZacharyMullennix217,000
276BlakeWhittington623,000
291RyanVan Sanford124,000
293HenryValentine80,000
294ArkadiyTsinis391,000
295WilliamFirebaugh151,000
296StephanNussnallah306,000
301RonaldSullivan550,000
303ScottDobbs187,000
304WilliamMedina Diaz305,000
305ZachGruneberg218,000
306BryanSalerno272,000

Event 5: Prize Pool and Payouts with $39,527 to the Six-Handed Champ

$600 Six-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 14:  1,000/2,500 with a 2,500 ante
Players Remaining:  81 of 352

Another new WSOP Circuit tournament and another big turnout. The $600 Six-Handed Event 5 drew a huge 352-entry crowd to create a prize pool worth $181,280. The last 53 spots will be paid with $942 for a min-cash and $39,527 to the winner along with the WSOP Circuit ring.

2020 WSOP Circuit – February
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Tampa, Florida
Event 5

$600 Six-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Entries: 352
Prize Pool: $181,280
February 10-11, 2020

1st: $39,527 + WSOP Circuit ring
2nd: $24,429
3rd: $16,710
4th: $11,672
5th: $8,330
6th: $6,076
7th-8th: $4,533
9th-10th: $3,460
11th-12th: $2,704
13th-16th: $2,164
17th-20th: $1,775
21st-24th: $1,494
25th-30th: $1,289
31st-36th: $1,143
37th-42nd: $1,042
43rd-48th: $976
49th-53rd: $942

Event 5: Big Early Turnout

$600 Six-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Structure
Level 2:  100/100 with a 100 ante
Entries:  120

Hamid Izadi

The Six-Handed tournament kicked off at 4 pm and, just like yesterday’s new event, players have come out in huge numbers. There are 120 entries in the game after less than an hour, the prize pool is already over $60,000 and it shows no signs of slowing.

We found two WSOP Circuit winners who earned some jewelry at our sister property. When they ran a WSOP Circuit series, both Hamid Izadi and Jose Reyes picked up wins in Coconut Creek and took home a shiny new ring.

Jose Reyes

Event 5: Short-Handed Poker

$600 Six-Handed NLH (Re-Entry)
Structure
Level 1:  100/100

It’s time to roll out another new WSOP Circuit event and this will be of the short-handed variety. Evet 5 is a $600 buy-in tournament with six-handed tables and a two-day structure.

They’ll start with 20,000 stacks and the first 24 levels last 30 minutes each, increasing to 45 minutes from Level 25 forward. Late registration and unlimited re-entries are available until the start of Level 13 at 10:50 pm following a 30-minute dinner break.

The two-day tournament will wrap it up after Level 18 and survivors will bag up for a return on Tuesday to play down to a winner.

Cards go in the air at 4 pm and we will hit the highlights along the way.

  • 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 18
  • Event 5 Structure Sheet