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  • September 27, 2020

Brandon West Tops 1,162 Entries to Win WSOP Circuit PH Opening Event for $106,303

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(pokernews.com)- The 2015/2016 World Series of Poker Circuit continued this weekend at Planet Hollywood Casinoin Las Vegas. The stop, which will award 12 gold rings and culminate with the $1,675 Main Event this coming weekend, kicked off with Event #1: $580 No-Limit Hold’em Reentry, a tournament that attracted 1,162 entries and created a prize pool of $581,000.
Just 177 players returned for Day 2 on Sunday, and it would take until 6:30 a.m. on Monday for local player Brandon West to emerge victorious for $106,030, his first WSOP-related cash. Prior to the win, West had less than $11,000 in tournament earnings, with his top score being $7,377.
The tournament, which featured six starting flights, saw 117 players make the money, while everyone at the final table secured a five-figure payday.
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Final Table Results

PlacePlayerHometownPrize
1Brandon WestLas Vegas, NV$106,030
2Jared GrienerSanta Ana, CA$65,490
3Jonathan DimmigAmherst, NY$48,665
4Michael LevineLos Angeles, CA$36,603
5Stephen HesseHouston, TX$27,871
6Daniel PickeringPortland, ME$21,474
7Alexander CondonSioux City, IA$16,739
8Eugene TitoGlendale, CA$13,195
9Troy Campbell$10,516

Notable finishes: Anthony Spinella (10th – $8,477), Charles “Woody” Moore (18th – $5,694), Jordan Cristos ($2,917), Javier Zarco (44th – $1,964), Ben Yu (73rd – $1,330), and Carlos Mortensen (79th – $1,330)
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