Abraham Korotki of United States won World Series of poker circuit at Harrah’s Atlantic City. This is his second WSOP gold ring. The Main event of other series i.e. Event#9 or $1,675 buy-in No Limit Hold’em received 341 entries. Top 61 players have remained on day 2 of the game. While top 36 players took home at least $2,644 from the tournament.
The winner of this championship collected a good total of amount $117,645. Korotki was the chip leader on day 2. He returned with a bang and completed his journey being number#1.
The first gold ring for the player was a decade ago. Nine players started on day 3 of the game. Korotki was among top 5 players, but it was not an easy job for the player to swap the title because so many god players were sitting right in front of his face.
Will Joyner wins $365 buy-in Event at WSOP Circuit Hard Rock Tulsa:-
Another professional poker player from the United States named Will Joyner has won the event#2 of Hard Rock Tulsa poker festival. The event was $365 buy-in No Limit Hold’em, which attracted lots of players.
The player pocketed a sum total of amount $90,112 from the championship and his first ever gold ring. This was his biggest cash till date.
Two other events took place are underway at Tulsa. The first one is Event#4 which is $365 by-in No Limit Hold’em Freezeout and Event#5, which is $365 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better. Both the events are in under process and both will resume Tuesday at 2:00 p.m.