We’re back, dug out of the snow and ready to go.
Except with A.C. still in a snowy funk, and this being the slow, in-between Christmas and New Year’s week, we’re not exactly brimming over with news items.
Still, we do have one more result to report from the World Series of Poker circuit events which wrapped up last week at Harrah’s Resort.
Event 11, a $300 buy-in No limit tournament was the last ring event of the circuit events. The winner was Jason Stone, a 30-year-old paramedic from Hartsdale, NY, who beat out 288 players and wins $20,184. That’s not a bad turnout for the last event, post Chris Bell’s Regional Championship win.
A.C.’s own Chris Reslock, who won a record tying fourth circuit ring in a stud tournament, made it to the final table but had to settle for a ninth place finish and $1,852.
The next WSOP circuit event in Atlantic City is March 2-13 at Caesars. The events do not include a $10,000 regional championship event, but does include a $1,500 main event March 11.