Philip Shing winner of the World Series of Poker Potawatomi Main Event


Филип ШингThe 2020 World Series of Poker Potawatomi $1,700 Main Event began with 524 entrants, and on Monday it was 35-year-old Philip Shing, who was visiting Milwaukee for the first time, coming out on top to capture the $151,284 first-place prize, a gold ring, and a seat into the 2020 Global Casino Championship.

It actually marked the second ring for Shing, who revealed that he only plays poker a couple of times a year. Back in 2015, he won the WSOP Circuit Foxwoods Event #3: $580 Six-Max NLH for $14,543 and his first gold ring.

“I only play three events a year due to work but I actually had a week off of work so I came here. The casino was great, the people were amazing and I just had a blast here at the final table so I will definitely be making this trip again … As you can expect I’m exhausted at this point and I’m ready to go home and see my kids.”

Position Name Prize Money
1 Philip Shing $151,284
2 Ken Donarski $93,498
3 John Gallaher $68,947
4 James Pupillo $51,484
5 Cero Zuccarello $38,937
6 Chris Roth $29,829

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