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(pokernews.com)- The World Series of Poker Circuit recently completed its latest stop at Harrah’s New Orleans with the $1,675 Main Event, the cornerstone of the 12-ring stop, attracting 554 entries and creating a prize pool of $831,000. After four days of intense play, 33-year-old Damjan Radanov emerged as the last man standing to capture the $147,514 first-place prize, his first gold ring, and a seat into the season-ending National Championship.
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For the past six years, Radanov had been making his living by playing poker, and prior to his big WSOP Circuit win, his biggest score was $19,545 for winning Tunica’s 2014 Southern Poker Challenge $700 Championship. He also placed third in April’s Hollywood Poker Open St. Louis $1,115 Main Event for $19,030.
Final Table Results
|1||Damjan Radanov||Memphis, TN||$147,514|
|2||David Nicholson||Perkinston, MS||$107,939|
|3||Jared Ingles||Dry Prong, LA||$78,928|
|4||Hugo Perez||Plano, TX||$58,569|
|5||John Lauve||Baton Rouge, LA||$44,068|
|6||Anthony Sanchez||Houston, TX||$33,614|
|7||Tai Cao||Lafayette, LA||$25,994|
|8||Joseph Alesna||Richwood, TX||$20,376|
|9||John Holley||Destin, FL||$16,188|
The tournament attracted some familiar faces, including Chris Conrad (11th – $13,030), Terry Moore (19th – $7,329), Austin Buchanan (24th – $6,208), Loni Harwood (32nd – $4,055), Larry Wright (42nd – $3,241), and John Dolan (53rd – $2,950).
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