24 Floridians cash in WSOP Main Event – 14 still alive



Twenty-four players from Florida have or will cash in this year’s World Series of Poker Main Event. Fourteen return to the felt today at 3 p.m. ET for Day 5.

Kevin Schaffel of Coral Springs continues to lead the Floridian contingent with 1,206,000 in chips (17th place). Dan Bilzerian, who was fourth overall in chips two days ago, but began yesterday as one of the shortest stacks, is now back in the top 40.

Remaining Floridians, with rank, hometown and chip count:

17    Schaffel, Kevin    Coral Springs    FL    1,206,000
37    Bilzerian, Dan    Tampa    FL    964,000
83    Prendes, Alex    Miami    FL    739,000
107    Calderaro, James    Venice    FL    653,000
169    Lehavot, Amir    Weston    FL    472,000
172    Rosenkrantz, Jose    Miami    FL    456,000
220    Mack, Vincent    Palm Bay    FL    363,000
250    Fair, Ryan    Ft. Lauderdale    FL    304,000
263    Banks, Kirk    Naples    FL    282,000
286    Waxman, Matthew    Parkland    FL    252,000
289    Smith, Paul    Cape Coral    FL    248,000
349    Vazquez, Roy    Jacksonville    FL    175,000
390    Shchwarmann, Matt    Orlando    FL    97,000
407    Hartley, Jim    St. Petersburg    FL    DNR

Ten Floridians ended their Main Event run on Saturday with money in their pockets. Robert Campbell of North Miami got his fourth cash of the Series, ending this Series with $104,264 in prize money. Anders Taylor of Gainesville got his third cash of the Series, and Kyle Brown of Ft. Lauderdale and Jason Sackler of Orlando each got their second.

Floridians now have earned more than $4 million in prize money at the World Series this year.

<strong>Florida cashers</strong>

458. Geoffrey Herzog, Jacksonville Beach, $25,027

472. Steven Feren, Sunrise, $25,027

477. Robert Campbell, Miami, $25,027

501. Anders Taylor, Gainesville, $25,027

507. Kenneth Weiner, Wellington, $23,196

552. Terry McKerchie, Davie, $23,196

571. Kyle Brown, Ft. Lauderdale, $23,196

583. Jason Sackler, Orlando, $21,365

610. Richard Kane, Brandon, $21,365

636. Jaroslaw Osinski, Naples, $21,365

<strong>Florida to date</strong>

<strong>Money won:</strong>$4,116,537


<strong>Final tables:</strong>18


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

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