Ladies Event Champion to Be Crowned; Pot-Limit Omaha on the Horizon

The 2022 WSOP Circuit Caribbean stop on Sint Maarten is set to award the fifth gold ring at the Casino Royale. Only 11 players out of 43 entries remain in the $300 Ladies Event and they will be competing for the $10,750 prize pool as of 3.30 pm local time. The top six finishers will earn their share but it will be all about the coveted gold ring, which comes with a top prize of $4,000 and an entry into the WSOP Circuit Tournament of Champions.

La La Sengphet leads the way with 94,200 in chips and she is closely followed by Wendy Dickerson, who has 89,000 at her disposal. Nathalie Debs (73,600) and Heather Alcorn (54,700) follow behind while other notables still in contention include Veronique Croes, Sanaz Fattahi, and Myriam Mehnana.

They will return to blinds of 1,000-2,000 and a big blind ante of 2,000. Once the field is down to the final nine, they will redraw to the final table and then determine the winner.

WSOPC Ring Event #5: $300 Ladies Event
Level 12: Blinds 1,000-2,000 BBA 2,000
11 / 43 Remaining

-> Seat Assignments and Payouts

As of 4pm local time a $60 Satellite for the next Ring Event is scheduled to kick off and will award seats into the $300 Pot-Limit Omaha showdown, which gets underway at 6pm local time. The two-day event features a starting stack of 12,000 in chips and a staff bonus of 3,000 in chips can be purchased prior to the start as well. Day 1 concludes upon completion of level 14 or once the final table is set, whichever of the two comes first.

All levels last 30 minutes each and the registration and re-entry period closes at the start of level ten. The full tournament structure can be found here.

Last but not least,  $250 Mega Satellite for the $1,700 WSOPC Caribbean Main Event will get underway as of 9pm local time and players can win their entry to the crown jewel of the schedule at a bargain.


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