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The WSOP-Circuit $1,500 NLHE main event held at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas finally concluded and the champion is Chris Johnson. He bested a large field of 496 players and took home $153,599.
Good number notable professionals were in the large field and some of them survived to the final 54 spots in the tournament to cash in Las Vegas.
The heads-up match lasted less than five minutes owing to the disparity in chip stacks between Chris Johnson and Brian England.
England lead at the beginning of the hand and the board changed nothing. Johnson won the hand and he received a gold ring plus $153,599 as the champion of the event. England finished as the runner up and pocketed $94,944 in prize money.
The next WSOP Circuit main event will be held at the Harrah’s in Chester, PA from May 8-10.
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