Matt Kirby dominated all facets of the 2014 Fall Poker Classic series. He final tabled 4 times and won the two largest events including the $1,100 Main. Kirby also earned the King of the Classic title and pretty much all the money.
Matt Kirby put in a Fall Poker Classic series for the ages – maybe one of the most dominating performances of all-time.
Nicholas Marsh reached a final table for the 2nd consecutive event and this time sealed the deal by winning FPC Event 16 – $340 NLHE.
Shawn Motameni cashed one time during the FPC series and made the most of it. Motameni outlasted 123 runners on his way to victory in Event 15 – $550 NLHE. Motameni’s win earned him $16,702.
Updated 2014 Fall Poker Classic Stats:
Amir Tavanae took down the old-school 7-Stud event by outlasting 36 runners to win $2,584. This was Event 14 of the FPC with a $230 buy-in.
Mario Hudson earned a great win in Fall Poker Classic Event 13 – $550 NLHE 6-max. Hudson defeated a 156-runner field to take home $20,427. This was Hudson’s 2nd cash of the series.
Duane Nelson emerged victorious in FPC Event 12 – $230 Omaha-8(Limit).
John Keskey outlasted a 192-entrant field to take home the trophy in FPC Event 11!
The Fall Poker Classic at Canterbury Park rolls on and this time it was Larry Williams who earned a nice pay day by pocketing $8,324 in Event 10 – $175 NLHE.