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Poker Leaderboard: WSOP Circuit Rings

by Card Player News Team |  Published: May 17, 2023


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

There has been a lot of movement near the top of the World Series of Poker Circuit titles leaderboard, even outside of Joshua Reichard winning a record-tying 14th ring (which you can learn more about on page 21). There are now 27 players that have earned seven or more WSOPC gold rings, with Reichard and six other players on that list adding to their collection since our last look at this leaderboard in late January.

Arkansas resident Daniel Lowery won his 12th ring, taking down a $300 no-limit hold’em turbo event at the WSOP International Circuit stop at Casino Royale in St. Maarten for $8,500 and his latest piece of hardware. The win put him in elite company, becoming just the fourth player with at least 12 victories on the tour.

David Larson became the ninth player to fill up both their hands, emerging victorious in a $400 seniors event at the WSOPC Horseshoe Las Vegas series with $23,093 and his tenth ring.

All-time WSOPC cashes leader Roland Israelashvili joined the select group of 12 players with nine or more rings by winning a $400 buy-in no-limit hold’em event at the WSOPC Grand Victoria Casino stop in mid-April. The 65-year-old now has 211 total in-the-money finishes on tour, 33 more than any other WSOPC player. Israelashvili is also second all-time in cashes at the WSOP summer series, trailing only Daniel Negreanu.

John Holley nabbed his ninth ring back in February when he took down a $400 six-max event at the WSOPC Harrah’s Cherokee festival for $51,534.

Vincent Moscati’s latest ring also came in North Carolina, coming out on top in the $400 ‘last chance’ event at that series a couple of months back with his eighth tour title and $19,095.

La Sengphet became the first female player to earn seven rings. The Carrollton, Texas resident won the $250 ladies event at the WSOPC Horseshoe Las Vegas for $8,163. ♠