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Abraham Korotki is the Day Four winner at the Harrah's
Atlantic City Circuit Event
On Day Four of the Atlantic City Circuit Event,
Abraham Korotki from Bethany Beach, DE became
the winner and earned $433,008. And this is not all -
he also won a seat into the 2006 Tournament of
Champions and a WSOP Circuit Gold & Diamond
Ring. 124 poker players took part in this 9,700 +
$300 No Limit Holdem tournament with $1,202,800
total prize pool. Brian Jensen from Denmark took the
second place and won $240,560, while Steven
Jacobs from Philadelphia earned $132,308 for his
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DAY FOUR: The Winner is Abraham Korotki winning $433,008, a WSOP
Circuit Gold & Diamond Ring, and a seat into the 2006 Tournament of
DAY THREE: The Chip Leader is Brian Jensen with 191,500 in chips.
Prize money will go to the top 9 finishers. On Day Four, play will continue
down to one winner. On Day Four -- play resumes at 2PM EST.
DAY TWO: The Chip Leader is Herbert Cheng with 93,500 in chips.
Prize money will go to the top 9 finishers. On Day Three, play will continue
down to the final 9 players. On Day Three -- play resumes at 12 noon EST.
DAY ONE: The Chip Leader is Steven Jacobs with 99,600 in chips.
Prize money will go to the top 9 finishers. On Day Two, play will continue
down to the final 27 players. On Day Two -- play resumes at 12 noon EST
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