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15

World Series of Poker Circuit Tunica: Long-awaited win for Paul Wasicka!

Tags: Carter Phillips, Dwyte Pilgrim, Paul Wasicka, World Series of Poker Circuit Tunica.
Posted on 15 February 2010 by "T".

After two days of play, the World Series of Poker Circuit Tunica event championship was down to a final table. These were the 9 players who had survived the 96 player starting field.

1. Paul Wasicka - 454,000
2. Shane Zell - 336,500
3. Dwyte Pilgrim - 322,000
4. Richard Robb - 224,500
5. Carter Phillips - 200,000
6. Larry Gurney - 137,500
7. Matt Stout - 102,500
8. Jerry Saucier - 77,000
9. Robert Thornhill - 53,000

Even though Paul Wasicka had a quite big chip lead, he would have to fight really, really hard to beat the remaining field, as it included EPT Barcelona winner Carter Phillips, two time WSOP Circuit ring winner Dwyte Pilgrim and Matt "Allin420" Stout who has won almost $1 million in different live tournaments. Add this to the fact that Paul Wasicka has been running really bad in the past 2 years and recently started working with a mind-set coach to deal with his bad results.

When the final table had been running for a while, there was no doubt that Paul Wasicka's help from the mind-set coach had paid off. He played much more focused and made very few mistakes. Everything worked out for him on the final table and it didn't take long before he got his long-awaited win!

WSOP-C Tunica results:

1. Paul Wasicka - $139,422
2. Larry Gurner - $94,488
3. Richard Robb - $62,965
4. Shane Zell - $44,975
5. Carter Phillips - $35,980
6. Dwyte Pilgrim - $26,985
7. Matt Stout - $17,990
8. Robert Thornhill - $14,617
9. Jerry Saucier - $12,368

 


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11 comments for "World Series of Poker Circuit Tunica: Long-awaited win for Paul Wasicka!"

 GabeKaplan15/02/2010 12:50:43 GMT
96 players is not a big field, i would to see him at the final table at the wsop main event this year, hes getting closer
 MANUEDO15/02/2010 13:10:22 GMT
When will I be able to partecipate a tournament like this ? I have lots of money to give back to bank for purchasing my flat .... ahahahahahah
 xxxbchxxx15/02/2010 15:19:51 GMT
What only 96 players thats crazy... such a small field.
If all tournys had that sort of pay out for small fields that would be nice. I wonder what the buy in was????
Live play is so much better than on the computer, well thats what I think anyway.
 LaBaiz15/02/2010 18:42:20 GMT
Small field , 96 players, and playing more than one day to get to the final table. Seems to be a very tight play there.
 SuperNoob15/02/2010 18:57:37 GMT
well done winning the tournament against pros on final table, but only 96 players, lol.
and surely he's benefitting from his mind coaching, wining after 2 years
 rattacha15/02/2010 19:35:53 GMT
Only matter of time. And of course 96 is small field, but it's a good win indeed. Loved that
 Fackinas15/02/2010 19:49:36 GMT
Paul is from Poland or no ? Che I will look at google .
Small prizes but, I think that was great turney.
 ierons15/02/2010 20:06:00 GMT
gg Paul Wasicka !! you are the best !

i'am so happy for you !

keep it work !
 marjuel16/02/2010 13:33:44 GMT
small field indeed
 911insidejob17/02/2010 01:54:09 GMT
that was a nice win for him...
 ZmxPowah17/02/2010 08:38:09 GMT
Omg i need that mind-set coach! Gimmie gimmie gimmie!....
I will get fast repay i think Tongue ... or maybe not... (who knows how much he get Tongue and ofc he wants 20-50% of winnings ! beware)

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