The Main Event of the World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOPC) San Diego is closing in. Meanwhile, a number of side events have been played, including a $1,000+$60 H.O.R.S.E. tournament.
So far, not many big names have been involved in the action at the San Diego WSOPC, though many believe Bodog.com pro and WSOP 2004 Main Event second-place finisher David Williams placed in this weekend's $500+$50 No-Limit Texas Hold'em event.
Unfortunately for the widely recognized pro, it was another David Williams that took home 5th place and $3,463 in prize money.
Some results from the WSOPC at Harrah's Rincon are:
Event 4 - $500+$50 No-Limit Texas Hold'em - 119 entries:
Event 5 - $1,000+$60 H.O.R.S.E. - 24 entries:
Event 6 - $300+$40 No-Limit Texas Hold'em - 313 entries:
PokerListings.com will be live from San Diego for the main event, providing up-to-the-minute tournament coverage. To check out the championship card play starting Feb. 20, please visit our Live Tournament Section.
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