Daniel Lowery created history at Harrah’s New Orleans by winning his 9th Circuit gold ring and $16,000 in prize dollars. Lowery entered a $400 purchase-in single-day No-Limit Hold’em occasion at Harrah’s New Orleans and managed to outlast a powerful field of 179 entries to claim his 9th career gold ring from the series and establish himself as 1 of the most skilled players in the history of the series.
While Lowery loves poker a lot, getting a family members man and devoted father has develop into his leading priority in the current years. Getting a fantastic father has proved a blessing for his poker career as the player has won 5 gold rings from the WSOP Circuit considering the fact that his son was born 3 years ago. Within that three-year span, Lowery has created 44 final tables and has shipped 11 poker tournaments.
As pointed out, the $400 purchase-in single-day No-Limit Hold’em event drew 179 entries, which generated $59,070 in total prizepool. The prize dollars was shared by the leading 18 finishers, with min-cashes getting $792. Lowery earned an impressive $15,952 for getting the final man standing in the occasion.
Down to the unofficial 10-handed final table, Lowery was second in chips with 358,000. Chris Lane led the final ten with an overwhelming stack of 882,000 in chips. Lowery was the only former WSOP Circuit champion amongst the final ten runners. All remaining players had been assured a min-money of $1,151, but all had been aiming for the $15,952 leading prize that ultimately went to Lowery.
Kris Kent was Lowery’s final opponent. In spite of his efforts, Kent could not go all the way against his considerably additional skilled opponent and he ended as a runner-up, taking house $9,856 prizemoney.
Lowery’s most current win took his WSOP Circuit ITM finishes to 68 and his earnings from the series to $1,140,153. The player told that the WSOP in Las Vegas will be his subsequent cease. The longest-operating series will celebrate its 50th edition this summer season, beginning May possibly 28 and operating by means of July 16.
Final Table Payouts:
- Daniel Lowery – $15,952
- Kris Kent – $9,856
- Christopher Lane – $7,095
- Richard Touchstone – $five,200
- Joseph Contreras – $three,879
- Matt Barr – $two,943
- Scott Ward – $two,272
- Robert Lemke – $1,782
- Michael Lo – $1,421