Daniel Lowery Wins Thirteenth WSOP Circuit Gold Ring

On April 20, 2023, Daniel Lowery won his 13th World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOPC) gold ring at the WSOPC Horseshoe Tunica series, bringing him one step closer to tying the all-time record for titles held by Maurice Hawkins and Josh Reichard. With this victory, Lowery has now earned three WSOPC rings this year, the first being the $500 buy-in ‘Gargantuan’ event at WSOPC Choctaw, where he won $102,511, followed by a $300 buy-in no-limit hold’em turbo event at the WSOP International Circuit Casino Royale festival in St. Maarten, where he won $8,500.

Lowery, a father of four from Arkansas, has a total of nearly $2.3 million in recorded tournament earnings, with over $1.4 million coming from the 123 cashes he’s made in WSOPC events. His recent victories have placed him within the top 90 of the 2023 Card Player Player of the Year race, with three titles, six final-table finishes, and over $228,000 in POY earnings to date.

Prior to Josh Reichard’s victory in the WSOPC Grand Victoria Casino main event, Maurice Hawkins had held the top spot on the WSOPC rings leaderboard for over three years with 14 rings. However, with Lowery’s impressive performance this year, he now has the opportunity to tie for the record if he earns one more WSOPC victory.

Here is the final table result:

Place Player Earnings POY Points
1 Daniel Lowery $16,739 144
2 Troy Skinner $10,346 120
3 Saeed Nia $7,338 96
4 Glenn Banks $5,310 72
5 William Stanford $3,922 60
6 Samuel Brackstone $2,957 48
7 Terry Griffith $2,278 36
8 Richard Kelley $1,794 24
9 Gerome Spearman $1,444 12

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