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Poker Leaderboard: World Series of Poker Circuit Rings

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Nov 02, 2022

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Player(s) Rings
Maurice Hawkins 14
Joshua Reichard 13
Valentin Vornicu 12
Ari Engel 11
Daniel Lowery, Martin Ryan, Robert Hankins, Jeffrey Trudeau Jr. 10
Alexandru Masek 9
Kyle Cartwright, Chris Reslock, Sean Yu, Michael Lech, Roland Israelashvili, Daniel Buzgon, David Larson 8
Matt Stout, Maxwell Young, Steve Foutty, Joshua Turner, Vincent Moscati, Cory Waaland,
Andrew Robinson, Blake Whittington, John Holley
7

Josh Reichard moved into second place thanks to his win in the WSOPC Horseshoe Council Bluffs main event (check out pg. 36). With 13 victories on the circuit, he now sits just one ring away from moving into a tie for the lead with 14-time ring winner Maurice Hawkins. He’s cashed 95 times on the tour overall, with just under $900,000 in earnings.

Two-time bracelet winner Ari Engel secured his 11th ring in a $1,000 buy-in online pot-limit Omaha six-max event to move out of a multi-way tie and claim sole possession of fourth place on this leaderboard.

A trio of players also won their tenth ring in recent months, with Daniel Lowery being the latest to do so. Lowery took down the $250 no-limit hold’em event at the WSOPC Aruba Hilton on Oct. 2 to bring his ring total into double-digit territory. Earlier in the year, Martin Ryan took down a $300 PLO event at the Sonesta Maho Beach Casino for his tenth win. Robert Hankins joined the 10-ring club in the spring, coming out on top in a $400 buy-in ‘monster stack’ event at Horseshoe Tunica.

Matt Stout won a $250 online freezeout back in July to get to seven rings. Max Young locked up a six-figure score and his seventh ring as the winner of the $2,200 high roller at Harrah’s Cherokee. Finally, Steve Foutty joined the list with a victory in a $400 PLO event at Bally’s back in the spring.

Hawkins, who has 133 cashes on the tour for more than $2.1 million, narrowly missed out on his 15th ring in April, finishing runner-up at Horseshoe Tunica. ♠