Virginia’s Whistler rallies to win WSOPC undercard event in Atlantic City



Three players tangled for more than four hours at the WSOP circuit tournament held at Caesars Atlantic City before the self-admitted underdog in the fight, a 41-year-old network engineer from Fairfax, Va., named Earnest Whistler, made a startling comeback.

He eliminated two experienced tournament pros (plus the other 660-plus players) to capture the gold ring and top cash prize totaling $53,939.

For a full look at how The South fared in this circuit stop be sure to pick up a FREE copy of Ante Up’s May issue at your local southern poker room.

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