Missouri-River City Casino & Hotel

River City Casino & Hotel
St. Louis, Missouri
February 20 - March 3, 2014
 
Total Prize Pool: $466,560
Congratulations to Terry Ring for winning $111,968!


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Missouri-River City Casino & Hotel Top 9

First Place

Terry Ring
Durant, IA

$111,968
Second Place

Parminder Singh
Sioux Falls, SD

$67,931
Third Place

Chris Cornell
Clarksville, TN

$45,490
Fourth Place

Keith Brodie
Columbia, MO

$31,726
Fifth Place

Darryl Ronconi
Naperville, IL

$23,795
Sixth Place

Roger Campbell
Centralia, IL

$18,662
Seventh Place

Michael Hahn
Carmel, IN

$15,770
Eighth Place

Trevor Renner
Copley, OH

$13,064
Ninth Place

Haris Delic
St. Louis, MO

$11,197

Missouri-River City Casino & Hotel Top 36 Finishers

PlacePlayerCash
1. Terry Ring $111,968
2. Parminder Singh $67,931
3. Chris Cornell $45,490
4. Keith Brodie $31,726
5. Darryl Ronconi $23,795
6. Roger Campbell $18,662
7. Michael Hahn $15,770
8. Trevor Renner $13,064
9. Haris Delic $11,197
10. Peter Brooks $8,865
11. Ari Engel $8,865
12. William Haner $8,865
13. John LaRose $6,672
14. Greg Raymer $6,672
15. Joe Pulliam $6,672
16. John Richards $5,086
17. Jeffrey Landherr $5,086
18. Christopher George $5,086
19. Kevin McColgan $3,966
20. Roger Martin $3,966
21. Vadim Kleydman $3,966
22. Benjamin Tobin $3,966
23. Tod Schmitz $3,966
24. Terry Moore $3,966
25. Kenny Williams $3,966
26. Paul Fehlig $3,966
27. Alberto Rodriguez $3,966
28. Jason Bilven $3,266
29. Gary Lambert $3,266
30. Jordan Jayne $3,266
31. Sharon Schell $3,266
32. Brad Albrinck $3,266
33. Randy Smock $3,266
34. Daniel Doucet $3,266
35. Eric Errante $3,266
36. Jason Brin $3,266

Missouri-River City Casino & Hotel Recap

Terry Rings Gets Redemption, $111K on HPT

Prairie Meadows Runner-up Becomes River City Champ

 

St. Louis, Missouri (March 4, 2014) Terry Ring of Durant, Iowa had some unfinished business on HPT.  He was the runner-up at HPTs Iowa stop last fall at Prairie Meadows Racetrack Casino Hotel. Id like to get a first place with HPT, he said.  After flopping a pair in a marathon heads up battle, he got what he came for at River City Casino Hotel.  Ring walked away a champion with $111,968.

 

Ive got a tough table today, said Ring before play began.  Over half of the players at the televised Final Table have been there before.  Eighth-place finisher Trevor Renner had experience from a 2012 stop in Daytona Beach, Florida where he finished fifth at HPTs TV table. I worked hard to get here again, said Renner.  His hard work paid off Monday; he collected $13,064.

 

Despite all the experience at the table, it was first-timer Parminder Singh who battled Ring for 128 hands heads up. Singh traveled from Sioux Falls, South Dakota to play in his first HPT event.  It was worth the trip.  He took home $67,931.

 

Singh was responsible for the elimination of Michael Hahn of Indianapolis.  Hahn found himself all-in for a 3-way pot with pocket jacks.  Singhs pocket aces took him out in seventh place for $15,770.

 

"It was a long road to get back to the Final Table," said Keith Brodie of St Louis, who finished 7th last time HPT visited his hometown.  It seems like it was an easier road last time. That may be the case but he did better this time.  Brodie took home $31,726 for a fourth-place finish.

 

Darryl Ronconi is no stranger to the lights and cameras of an HPT Final Table. He made his second HPT Final Table appearance after a fourth-place finish in Indiana last year. Ronconi went out in fifth place at the hands of Ring. He took $23,791 home to Naperville, Illinois.

 

It was dj vu for Roger Campbell, an executive from Centralia, Illinois.  Im thinking, wow, I cant believe that I am here again, said Campbell, who won the same event last year for $131,681. His quest for another title ended in sixth place for $18,886.

 

Third-place finisher Chris Cornell is stepping up to a bigger stage with his winnings.  The Clarksville, Tennessee logger is planning to use part of his $ $45,490 prize to play the WSOP Main Event for the first time.

 

Haris Delic needed to make an early move as the short stack at his first Final Table. He had a good opportunity in one of the first hands when he picked up pocket jacks.  He moved all-in and Darryl Ronconi called with ace-ten. An ace on the flop was all it took to eliminate Delic in ninth place for $11,197.

 

Another big prize pool is already building at HPTs stop this weekend at Agua Caliente Casino Resort in Palm Springs, California. Another six-figure prize is anticipated for first place.  Information about upcoming stops is available at HPTpoker.com

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