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Kyle Cartwright Wins 4th WSOP-C Ring

 Defending St. Louis Main Event Champion, Now Just One Win Behind All-Time Leader Mark “Pegasus” Smith.

Kyle Cartwright inched one step closer to making poker history today with his victory at the latest World Series of Poker Circuit event, played at Harrah’s St. Louis.

 Cartwright won his fourth career gold ring title, a remarkable feat for someone who has been playing tournament poker for only about two years. Cartwright returned triumphantly to the site of his third gold ring win, which took place at Harrah’s St. Louis in the Main Event. The win was worth $53,354.

 Cartwright, a 24-year-old professional poker player from Bartlett, TN, burst upon the scene during last year’s WSOP Circuit at Tunica, winning two events at the very first stop he played. Two months later, he won the Main Event Harrah’s St. Louis. As of April 2011, Cartwright won three of the four WSOP circuit events in which he cashed.

 This win marked his seventh time to finish in the money and fourth final table appearance in 2012.

 With his victory, Cartwright joined Alexandru Masek and Men “the Master” Nguyen with four career gold ring victories. Mark “Pegasus” Smith currently leads all other players with five wins. The future favors players like Cartwright and Masek, who are both in their mid-20s, and may very well obliterate all WSOP circuit records if they remain loyal to the tournament trail. A.P. Phahurat, a 22-yearold poker pro from Tulsa, OK, was the runner up.

 The Thailand-born pro now has nine cashes and four final table appearances this season. Second place paid $34,324 in prize money.

 

WSOP CIRCUIT EVENT
EVENT #10 4/20/12
NO LIMIT HOLD’EM
BUY-IN $1,090
PLAYERS 229
PRIZE POOL $222,130
1. Kyle Cartwright . . . $55,533
2. AP Phahurat . . . . . . $34,234
3. Frederick Vogt . . . . $24,981
4. Musa Mustafa . . . . . $18,475
5. Amanda Musumeci $13,876
6. Sean Pramuk . . . . . $10,584
7. Shane Smith . . . . . . . $8,197

EVENT #9 4/19/12
NO LIMIT HOLD’EM
BUY-IN $355
PLAYERS 425
PRIZE POOL $123,776
1. Edward Smurzynski $27,212
2. Michael Smith . . . . . $16,814
3. Stewart Yancik . . . . $12,286
4. Gary Castens . . . . . . $9,122
5. Jason Ratcliff . . . . . . $6,879
6. Ahmad Raghebi . . . . $5,265

EVENT #8 4/18/12
NO LIMIT HOLD’EM
BUY-IN $565
PLAYERS 292
PRIZE POOL $141,620
1. Stephen Friedel . . . . $33,664
2. Michael Sanders . . . $20,805
3. Steven Skowronski . $15,096
4. Drew Woodke . . . . . $11,137
5. Ben Smith . . . . . . . . . $8,353

EVENT #7 4/17/12
NO LIMIT HOLD’EM 6-HANDED
BUY-IN $355
PLAYERS 323
PRIZE POOL $93,993
1. Nikolas Stone . . . . . $21,770
2. Adam Geiger . . . . . . $13,461
3. Scott Hall . . . . . . . . . . $9,777
4. Jennifer Reel . . . . . . . $7,222

EVENT #6 4/16/12
NO LIMIT HOLD’EM
BUY-IN $355
PLAYERS 355
PRIZE POOL $103,305
1. Adam Laskey . . . . . $23,449
2. Chip Ervin . . . . . . . . $14,497
3. Drew Woodke . . . . . $10,576
4. Charlie Ussery . . . . . $7,844

EVENT #5 4/15/12
NO LIMIT HOLD’EM TURBO
BUY-IN $355
PLAYERS 277
PRIZE POOL $79,916
1. William Byrnes . . . . $19,025
2. Christopher Campbell $11,755
3. Aaron Duczak . . . . . . $8,530
4. Eli Loewenthal . . . . . $6,253
5. Sean Burson . . . . . . . $5,909
6. Aaron Massey . . . . . . $4,520

EVENT #4 4/14/12
NO LIMIT HOLD’EM RE-ENTRY
BUY-IN $355
PLAYERS 1,066
PRIZE POOL $310,206
1. Roy Riley . . . . . . . . . $57,139
2. Javier Zarco . . . . . . $35,327
3. Tripp Kirk . . . . . . . . $26,253
4. Douglas Campbell . $19,736
5. Aaron Wilson . . . . . $15,007
6. Matt Lawrence . . . . $11,545
7. William Diepenbrock $8,985
8. Bradley Lipsey . . . . . $7,073
9. Matthew Clerk . . . . . $5,634

EVENT #3 4/13/12
POT LIMIT OMAHA
BUY-IN $355
PLAYERS 150
PRIZE POOL $43,650
1. Kevin Balsman . . . . $11,844
2. Cory Sargent . . . . . . . $7,320
3. Gordon Brown . . . . . $5,284
4. Robert Quick . . . . . . $3,883
5. William Matula . . . . $2,903
6. Joseph Hebda . . . . . . $2,207

EVENT #2 4/13/12
NO LIMIT HOLD’EM
BUY-IN $565
PLAYERS 279
PRIZE POOL $135,315
1. Jerry Ard . . . . . . . . . $32,147
2. Tommy Arnold . . . . $19,870
3. Ruth Hagen . . . . . . . $14,417
4. Royce Cohen . . . . . . $10,637
5. Dylan Thomassie . . . $7,978
6. Kevin Azzariti . . . . . . $6,079

EVENT #1 4/12/12
NO LIMIT HOLD’EM
BUY-IN $355
PLAYERS 473
PRIZE POOL $137,643
1. Shain Matthews . . . $29,306
2. Scott Sharpe . . . . . . $18,117
3. Patrick Fogleman . . $13,235
4. John Fagg . . . . . . . . . $9,812
5. Michael Souza . . . . . . $7,379
6. Nikolas Stone . . . . . . $5,629

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