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Brad Albrinck Wins World Series of Poker Circuit Cincinnati 2013

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Oct/01/2013
Brad Albrinck Wins World Series of Poker Circuit Cincinnati 2013

Brad Albrinck has won the 2013 World Series of Poker Circuit Cincinnati and the $221,994 prize that goes along with it.

Prior to this win, the local Cincinnati player had amassed just over $60,000 on the live circuit with three cashouts.

David Kash finished 2nd with $136,863. 

Greg Kolo finished 3rd with $100,899. 

 

Place

Player

Prize

1st

Brad Albrinck

$221,994

2nd

David Kash

$136,863

3rd

Greg Kolo

$100,899

4th

Viet Vo

$75,203

5th

Josh Williams

$56,799

6th

Aaron Steury

$43,457

7th

Ray Attiyah

$33,666

8th

Rory Monahan

$26,407

9th

Kevin McColgan

$20,968

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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