Dan Heimiller Wins WSOPC Horseshoe Southern Indiana

Dan Heimiller Wins WSOPC Horseshoe Southern IndianaDan Heimiller has won the World Series of Poker Circuit Horseshoe Southern Indiana, after defeating a field of 330 players over three days to claim a gold winners ring, and collect the $117,300 first place prize.
With his latest victory at the $1,675 buy-in WSOPC Main Event, the seasoned pro who also won a WSOP bracelet winner back in 2002, now takes his live career earnings to an impressive $3,423,885
After the nine-seated final table was reached, Jonathan Taylor got off to a great start by eliminating Kevin Davis in 9th ($11,026), followed by Charles Furey in 8th ($13,810) and Joseph Worth in 7th ($17,544).
Dan Heimiller (8-6) then called a short-stacked preflop shove by Ki Kim (K-Q), who was subsequently dispatched to the rail in 6th ($22,608), as the board rolled out 7-5-8-6-10. Heimiller (A-8) then followed up by seeing off Sean Winter (A-Q), who collected $29,559 for his 5th place finish.
Next, Chad Eveslage (As-Js) entered the fray by knocking out Tim Chang in 4th ($39,239), but was himself eliminated in 3rd ($52,902) after being dealt A-4 and three bet shoving on a 2-9-4 flop only to be called by Heimiller holding 9-7.
As the heads-up phase of the competition got underway, Heimiller held a 3.7 million to 3.1 million chip advantage over his opponent Jonathan Taylor, and was able to drive home his victory after half an hour of play when  Taylor (A-7) called Heimiller’s 5-bet shove only to see his opponent had him badly dominated with A-K. The board then rolled out 5-10-3-4-9 to relegate Jonathan Taylor to a runner-up finish worth $72,516, while Dan Heimiller was crowned the WSOPC Horseshoe Southern Indiana champion.
The final table payouts were as follows:
1 Dan Heimiller    $117,300
2 Jonathan Taylor $72,516
3 Chad Eveslage    $52,902
4 Tim Chang    $39,239
5 Sean Winter    $29,559
6 Ki Kim    $22,608
7 Joseph Worth    $17,544
8 Charles Furey    $13,810
9 Kevin Davis    $11,026

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