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It was a great week of action in Iowa with Omaha, Nebraska, native Drew Woodke (pictured) claiming the $575 RGPS Horseshoe Council Bluffs Main Event title after a five-way chop at the final table. Woodke, who works as a real estate agent, takes home $25,197 for his efforts along with a pair of custom-made boots and the RGS Championship Belt Buckle. "It feels good," he said after taking his winner's photo, noting that he didn't have any real plans for the cash. "I'm probably just going to put it in the bank in savings. I've got a family and two young kids at home." The win moves Woodke's career tournament winnings to almost $158,000 and this is his first win...
Level 23 (30,000/15,000/30,000) Total Entrants: 330 Players remaining: 5 Chip Average: 1,100,000 After players agreed to five-way chop, Omaha's Drew Woodke was declared the winner of the $575 RGPS Horseshoe Council Bluffs Main Event. Here are the payouts after a deal with the official recap to follow. 1st – Drew Woodke, $25,197 2nd – Charles Reed, $24,063 3rd – James Mullin, $22,749 4th – Henry Gingerich, $16,713 5th – Seth Cam, $16,015
Level 23 (30,000/15,000/30,000) Total Entrants: 330 Players remaining: 6 Chip Average: 1,100,000 After losing a few pots here in Level 23, action folded to Blair Hinkle one spot off the button. He moved all in for his last 330,000. Charles Reed made the call on the small blind as Henry Gingerich on the button and Drew Woodke on the big blind both got out of the way. Hinkle tabled 8♠10♠ and Reed showed A♦K♣. The flop brought the A♠Q♥4♣ and Hinkle was far behind. The 5♦ fell on the turn and a meaningless 6♠ fell on the river. Hinkle fired two bullets at the $575 RGPS Main Event, and said he was happy with how things turned out.
Level 23 (30,000/15,000/30,000) Total Entrants: 330 Players remaining: 6 Chip Average: 1,100,000 After a couple losses to Charles Reed and James Mullin, Blair Hinkle has seen his chip stack slide a bit. He's now under 400,000. James Mullin is now at about 1.3 million.