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Event #6 - No Limit Hold'em Six Handed Results & Report

World Series of Poker Circuit Event

Event #6 - No Limit Hold'em Six Handed
Caesars Las Vegas
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV, 89109, US
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Sudhakar Doijode Sudhakar Doijode Wins Six-Max Event at Caesars Palace
Event 6 yields two winners as runner-up Ryan Snyder shows display of class amid crushing defeat WSOP Circuit Events at...
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Date: February 12, 2013 Time: 12:00 PM

Buy-In: $365
Prizepool: $99,300
Entries: 331
Game Type: No Limit Hold'em

Place Country Name Prize
1 USA Sudhakar Doijode $24,828
2 Canada Ryan Snyder AKA "Master Snides" $15,340
3 USA Bobby Poe $10,646
4 France Henri Berberian $7,478
5 USA Erwin Caldito $5,316
6 USA David Chishko $3,822
7 USA Jason Tang $2,779
8 USA James Downend $2,779
9 USA Stephan Freudenberger $2,045
10 USA Wayne Strong AKA "willie-floyd" $2,045
11 USA Adam Laskey $1,520
12 USA Erik Roussakis $1,520
13 USA Horacio Rodriguez $1,142
14 USA Gene Wilson $1,142
15 USA Ari Engel AKA "Alan" $1,142
16 USA Sean Burson $1,142
17 USA Henry Montgomery $1,142
18 USA Dylan Thomassie $1,142
19 USA Wesley Young $869
20 USA Brian Bumpas $869
21 USA Mohammad Arani $869
22 USA Brian Hartner $869
23 USA Paul Hails $869
24 USA Jeremy Johnson $869
25 USA Pierce McKellar $665
26 USA Paul Greenwood $665
27 USA Brett Beranek $665
28 Canada Jean Marques $665
29 USA Jerod Florez $665
30 USA Miles Rimer $665
31 USA Thomas Beckstead $521
32 USA Mark Bonsack AKA "bonsai" $521
33 USA Nathan Willis $521
34 USA Anselmo Villarreal $521
35 USA Darren Rabinowitz $521
36 USA Michael Dalton $521

Tournament Report

Sudhakar Doijode Wins Six-Max Event at Caesars Palace

Event 6 yields two winners as runner-up Ryan Snyder shows display of class amid crushing defeat

WSOP Circuit Events at Caesars reach halfway point with Brent Hanks atop of Casino Champion Leaderboard

LAS VEGAS, NV – The World Series of Poker Circuit Events at Caesars Palace reached its halfway point late Wednesday with the conclusion of Event #6, the $365 No-Limit Hold’em Six Max Event.

The winner was Sudhakar “Sid” Doijode, a 49-year-old networking and IT executive from Antioch, CA. A former Motorola security solutions director, Doijode has headed marketing and operations initiatives for a number of major tech firms around Silicon Valley.

The win marked Doijode’s first major tournament cash, earning him an early year bonus worth $24,828 and the WSOP Circuit Gold Ring.

While pros have largely dominated this year’s series at Caesars Palace, Doijode’s smarts and instincts helped guide him to victory in Event #6.

“”It feels really good,” Doijode said of the win.

“This is a hobby for me and I had six days off, so I came here to play. I got a little lucky, I guess,”

Doijode was one of 331 players who each ponied up $365 for the Tuesday-start event, generating a total prize pool of $99,300. 16 players returned on day two and were down to a final table just after 7:00 PM.

Just before the dinner break, it was down to Dojiode and Ryan Snyder, a 28-year-old soda blasting company owner and semi-pro from Edmonton, AB, Canada.

Dojiode had a 4-1 chip advantage over his final opponent, but Snyder was able to slowly chip back up to a nearly even stack. An hour into the matchup with blinds at 15,000/30,000, the Dojiode called a three-bet from Snyder before the two players saw a flop of [Kh][Tc][Js]. Hoping to get Doijode off of the hand, Snyder moved all-in with [Ad][Kc]. Dojiode thought for a while before eventually making the call with [Jc][Qc].

The [9d] on the turn sealed the win for Dojiode and sent Snyder out of his seat reeling, but after some composure, Snyder proved himself to be a real class act and congratulated Dojiode and even took him up on his offer to pose with him in his winner’s photo.

Indeed, there were two winners Wednesday night at Caesars Palace.

For his runner-up finish, Snyder collected $15,340.

In addition to first place prize money and the ring, Doijode picked up 50 points toward the Caesars Palace Casino Championship and joins four earlier event winners in a two-way tie for the title. Event 5 winner, Brent Hanks maintained sole possession of the lead with 52.5 points halfway through the series.

The Casino Champion is the player who earns the most points through the 12 events at Caesars Palace. This player will earn an automatic seat to the WSOP Circuit National Championship to be held May 21 – May 23 at Harrah’s New Orleans. More information about the WSOPC National Championship can be found here. An explanation of the points system can be found here.

6 events are still to come. See the complete Caesars Palace Circuit schedule and event results here. The WSOP Circuit Events at Caesars Palace runs through February 18th. You can find the complete 2012-2013 WSOP Circuit schedule here.


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