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Poker Leaderboard: World Poker Tour Cashes

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Oct 18, 2023


Player Cashes Earnings Final Tables Titles
Darren Elias 46 $4,638,494 13 4
Anthony Zinno 37 $3,113,119 7 3
Mohsin Charania 32 $3,246,309 6 2
Brian Altman 32 $3,103,965 7 3
Jake Schwartz 31 $1,458,339 6 0
Justin Zaki 31 $1,359,540 2 0
Jared Jaffee 30 $1,929,782 5 2
Erik Seidel 29 $2,525,528 6 1
Lee Markholt 29 $1,508,059 3 1
Christian Harder 29 $1,431,470 2 0

We last checked in on the World Poker Tour’s leaderboard in late August of 2022. Since then, there has been plenty of movement inside the top ten.

The top four remain the same, although three of them have added to their totals in the 13 months since our last update. Darren Elias recorded another cash, extending his lead with 46. The four-time WPT champion placed 19th in the WPT EveryOne for One Drop $10,500 buy-in event for $107,900. This was his 14th cash of six figures or more in a WPT main tour tournament.

Anthony Zinno has cashed three times since last August, with his deepest run being a 17th-place showing in the 2022 WPT Seminole Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open last November. The three-time winner now has 37 in-the-money finishes under his belt, putting him nine behind Elias and five ahead of the next-closest competitors.

While poker triple crown winner Mohsin Charania has not cashed in a WPT event since our last update, three-time champion Brian Altman has done so twice, including a fourth-place showing in the RRPO main event that Zinno also ran deep in. He earned $290,000 for that score while moving into a tie with Charania for the third-most cashes with 32.

Jake Schwartz secured two cashes to move into fifth, while Justin Zaki made the money four times to surge inside the top ten. With 31 cashes a piece, Schwartz and Zaki are now tied for the fourth-most in-the-money finishes in WPT events.

This leaderboard might see further changes soon with four WPT stops left to play in 2023. The WPT Australia festival kicks off in late September. The tour then returns stateside in November for the WPT bestbet Scramble in Jacksonville before heading to South Florida for the WPT Seminole Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open later that month. Finally, the season-ending WPT World Championship at Wynn Las Vegas is set to get underway in December. ♠