Franklin Curren of Citrus Heights, Calif., was the chipleader when a five-way deal was reached to end Ante Up World Championship Event #6 – the $180 Ante Up World HORSE Championship – at Thunder Valley Casino Resort in Lincoln, Calif.
Curren was awarded $1,694 in the 57-player field, while Graham VanLeuven of Sacramento, Calif., took home $1,573. The other three players in the deal each made $1,200.
ANTE UP WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Event #6 – $180 HORSE
Entries: 57, Prize Pool: $8,550
1st: Franklin Curren, Citrus Heights, CA, $1,694
2nd: Graham Vanleuven, Sacramento, CA, $1,573
3rd: Monte Gilley, Live Oak, CA, $1,200
4th: Scott Crabtree, Portland, OR, $1,200
5th: Sheila Triggs, Hillsboro, OR, $1,200
6th: Richard Cooper, Sacramento, CA, $513
7th: Wesley Chang, Reno, NV, $428
8th: Jason Moe, Roseville, CA, $342
9th: Katherine Brun-Kami, Davis, CA, $200
10th: Djack Klinger, Sacramento, CA, $200