WSOP Event #4: Luis Santoni first Floridian to cash twice

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Luis Santoni of Pembroke Pines became the first Floridian to cash twice at this year’s World Series of Poker, as he was one of  24 players from Florida to cash in Event #4 ($1,000 "stimulus special" no-limit). The event drew 6,012 players – making it the largest non-Main Event poker tournament in history. The WSOP estimates 800-1,000 more players wished to play in the soldout event.

<strong>Florida cashers</strong>

116. Jahson Spence, Orlando, $3,571

118. James Farley, Sanderson, $3,571

154. Jason McCarty, Coconut Creek, $3,571

158. Angel Navarro, Miami Beach, $3,571

167. Steven Karp, Dania, $3,246

201. Luis Santoni, Pembroke Pines, $3,246

205. Benjamin Zetina, West Palm Beach, $3,246

231. Jonny Toth, Bradenton, $2,921

241. Wayne Philpot, Sanford, $2,921

312. George Bronstein, Lutz, $2,651

331. John Warchelak, Palm Beach Gardens, $2,651

340. Richard Rice, Ft. Lauderdale, $2,651

351. Leif Force, Tallahassee, $2,651

365. Isaac Galazan, Sunny Isle Beach, $2,434

402. Donald Marchi, Ponte Verdra Beach, $2,434

403. Srinivasa Yarlagadda, Sarasota, $2,434

474. Edmund O’Brien, Tampa, $2,218

482. James English, Tamarac, $2,056

483. Duane "Rem" Remington, Jacksonville, $2,056

571. Cinda Goodale, Ft. Lauderdale, $1,893

576. Alexander Sverdlov, Hollywood, $1,893

606. Sadany Hevia, Miami, $1,893

611. Anders Taylor, Gainesville, $1,893

616. Buford Harris, Deltona, $1,893

<strong>Florida to date</strong>

<strong>Money won:</strong>$422,221

<strong>Cashes:</strong> 35

<strong>Final tables:</strong>1

<strong>Bracelets:</strong> 0

<strong>Florida players who cash (or their families or friends) are encouraged to e-mail contact details to editor@anteupmagazine.com.</st rong>