Joshua Reichard Captures 15th WSOP Circuit Ring: Now Second Overall

American Joshua Reichard wins 15th WSOP Circuit title

Recently, the list of WSOP Circuit series record holders was updated. Now, together with Maurice Hawkins, the second place in the number of rings for all time is shared by the American Joshua Reichard – both poker players have 15 championship trophies.

This happened thanks to Reichard's successful trip to Illinois, where one of the WSOPC Grand Victoria Casino events was held. The seasoned regular became the champion of the $400 Hold'em tournament, taking home $19,786 in prize money along with the prestigious ring.

The American has more than $3,000,000 won in live tournaments. Reichard claimed his first ring in 2013, and since then he has won at least one trophy a year. The poker player also received his previous, 14th gold beauty in Illinois, for winning the WSOPC Grand Victoria Main Event.

Who tops the WSOPC all-time record list?
Who tops the WSOPC all-time record list?

To date, American Ari Engel has the largest number of WSOP Circuit rings – he has 16 gold trophies in his collection. In addition, the poker player has two WSOP bracelets and almost $9,000,000 in prize money won during his offline career.

Back to Reichard – in addition to the ring and prize money, he also increased his overall POY 2023 ranking points from Global Poker. He is now 55th in the race for the title "Player of the Year".

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