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Apr 24, 2012 - Come read an exciting poker story about: TRIPPED-UP-TRIPP-KIRK-WINS-MAIN-EVENT-CHAMPIONSHIP-AT-HARRAHS-ST-LOUIS. More information Tripp Kirk wins the WSOPC Main Event at Harrah's St. Tripp also launched a new comedy club,Tripper's Comedy Club, in 2015, in a space adjoining the sports bar. But in May of 2016, Tripper's Sports Bar and Grill closed its doors.

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Tripp Kirk poker player profile. Get latest information, winnings and gallery. PG-13: This is in response to Tim Ruben's Poker Challenge, based on a conversation between Archer and Tucker in the episode, 'Rogue Planet' TRIP'S TOOLBOX Submitted through SlashOnTheStarshipEnterprise Posted 12/10/02 Archer/Reed PG-13: Creative Writing Course, Trip's toolbox exercise WHEN IT RAINS, IT POURS Posted 09/13/02 Archer/Reed. Tripp Kirk is a famous poker player from Atlanta, United States.He won more than USD 845,732.00 in his poker carreer with poker events alone. Cash Games not tracked. His last tournament was in 27-Mar-2019 where he finished as 77 in the $ 250 No Limit Hold'em event in Turnpike Series, Hollywood.

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The World Series of Poker Circuit continues to travel around the globe and offer players an opportunity to compete in high profile events with top pros and amateurs. The latest event to finish up is the Harrah’s New Orleans event. This tournament had a buy-in of $1,675 and was in no-limit hold’em format. The event had a total of 762 players competing and it was Luke Graham who earned the first place finish.

With so many players competing, the event had a prize of $1,143,000. Graham was able to outlast the field of competitors and earned $228,600 of the large prize pool. Graham also earned a gold ring for the finish as well. A $1,000,000 WSOP National Championship seat was also given to Graham with the win. This event will take place on May 22nd to the 24th and will reward a gold bracelet to the winner.

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The tournament would whittle down to four handed play and it was be Graham, Joseph Hebert, Kasra Khodayarkhani and Daniel Weinman left in game play. After almost three hours, Weinman would be eliminated by Hebert and soon Kasra would be eliminated by Graham. This would leave both Graham and Hebert even in chip count.

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By Level 36, it would take just two hands for the tournament to be over. On the final hand, Hebert opened with 360,000 and Graham called. 2-8-3 on the flop and Graham would check. Hebert would bet 300,000 and Graham check-raised 600,000. Hebert then hit 1.1 million and Graham called. A 3 on the turn made Graham check-call 1.25 million and then check the 3 on the river. Hebert moved all in and Graham called after asking Hebert if he had pocket tens. Free egt slots burning hot.

Hebert showed 10-7 after Graham called and then was shocked to see Graham holding 8-K for the full house. Hebert only had 500,000 left and he would go all in on the next hand only to be eliminated with A-8 of Graham.

Final Results:

1Luke Graham$228,600
2Joseph Herbert$140,932
3Kasra Khodayarkhani$103,899
4Daniel Weinman$77,438
5Rogen Chhabra$58,487
6Dan Schmiech$44,748
7Tripp Kirk$34,667
8Ben Mintz$27,192
9Pavan Bhatia$21,591

It's the first level of the day, so big hands are hard to come by. This hand wasn't big, but it was the first one we caught with a notable so we thought we'd pass it on.

It began when two-time ring winner Tripp Kirk, who has 19 cashes on the WSOP Circuit for $471,099, opened for 125 under the gun. The player in the cutoff called, the button and blinds both folded and it was heads-up action to the flop, which came down .

Kirk continued for 150, the cutoff called and then both players checked the turn. Kirk checked for a second time and then called when his opponent bet 225. 'Queen,' the cutoff said before tabling the . Tripp mucked.