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Naples man wins first WSOP Circuit event

Lou Cheffy, a financial planner from Naples, won $183,983 in the opening event of the World Series of Poker Circuit Series at the Palm Beach Kennel Club Monday.

Cheffy, 54, is originally from Ohio. The $580 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em tournament attracted the biggest crowd of any WSOP Circuit event, with 2,539 entries.

Joel Furney, from Quitman, Ga, finished second ($114,540).

Lily Kiletto, who finished second at the WPT Lucky Hearts main event, was 56th. The full results are here: http://www.wsop.com/tournaments/results.asp?rr=5&grid=929&tid=12495&dayof=

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