Tyler Barnes Wins WSOP Circuit Main Event Title at Harrah’s Cherokee

Tyler Barnes, a North Carolina local, recently took home the top prize at the World Series of Poker Circuit Main Event at Harrah’s Cherokee, outperforming a field of 1,659 participants. The $1,700 buy-in no-limit hold’em main event concluded with Barnes winning $383,856 after dominating the final table, marking a significant milestone in his poker career. This victory not only awarded him his second WSOPC gold ring but also represented his highest tournament earnings to date.

The event itself was a standout, with the number of entries pushing the prize pool to $2,513,385, well above the initial $1.5 million guarantee. Barnes’ journey through the tournament was notable for his skillful play, leading to his elimination of each opponent at the official final table, a testament to his strategic prowess and determination.

Before this remarkable achievement, Barnes had already made a name for himself within the WSOPC community. His previous best was winning $39,051 at a 2022 WSOPC event at the same location, where he secured his first gold ring. Reflecting on his latest victory, Barnes expressed his gratitude, particularly acknowledging the support and coaching from Ryan D’Angelo, which played a crucial role in his success.

Final Table Results

Result Player Prize
1 Tyler Barnes $383,856
2 Zachary Gilbert $237,256
3 Maurice Hawkins $178,870
4 Michael Wang $136,052
5 Adam Hendrix $104,413
6 Andrew Moreno $80,857
7 David Yue $63,188
8 Christopher Mo $49,836
9 Rubin Chappell $39,671

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