Wsopc Choctaw Wraps Up

New York poker pro Montes takes down main event

The World Series of Poker Circuit Choctaw wrapped up this week with the final ring event held at Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant, Oklahoma.

The 12-day festival culminated in the $1,675 Main event which drew a field of 1 363 entries and delivered an impressive prize pool of $2,044,500.

Jose Montes, based in New York, took the first prize of $352,699, the title, a WSOP ring and a ticket to the National Championship when he defeated Benjamin Keeline heads-up.

Final table results:

1. Jose Montes $352,669

2. Benjamin Keeline $218,762

3. Douglas Fusella $160,309

4. Nancy Nguyen $121,873

5. Marc Maxey $92,779

6. Benjamin Reason $71,455

7. Mohammad Arani $55,672

8. Alex Greenblatt $43,875

9. Ryan Tepen $34,981

Online Casino News Courtesy of Infopowa

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