Josh Reichard of United States wins his 7th world series of poker gold ring and became the casino champion at Horseshoe Council Bluffs. He is the most recent casino championship of World Series of poker.
After winning his seventh gold ring at WSOP, he becomes seventh player in Circuit history to win seven career WSOP Circuit gold rings.
Not just he won a gold ring here at the poker festival, but he also reached at two final tables of the tournament and that made him to do well at Horseshoe Council Bluffs Casino Championship leaderboard.
He was the top ranked player among all and maintained his place throughout the series and that’s why he became the casino champion.
His first cash of the series was at Event #3: $365 No-Limit Hold’em Re-Entry, where he defeated 646-player players and pocketed a gold ring and the first prize of amount $39,731. It was the largest cash for the player in his WSOP playing career.
Just after few days of winning his seventh gold ring at the place, he participated at the final table of an event known as six max events, where he finished his journey at third place and pocketed a sum total of amount $7,130.
These two final tables added 80 points to his account and that yielded him the casino champion.
That was Event #6, which attracted 198 players. He got 3rd place for $7,130. Total buy-in for the game was $365 No Limit Hold’e, 6-handed.
The next event to which the player did well was event#12 of the series. The $365 buy-in No Limit Hold’em received 164 entries and produced good amount of money as total prize pool. He finished at fourth place and pocketed $4,331.
This seems to be a great poker series for the champion Josh Reichard.