The World Series of Poker Circuit Main Event, with a buy-in of $ 1,700, was attended by 617 players. The winner of the gold ring WSOP Circuit and $ 188 158 became Steven Sarmiento. Sarmiento is a native of New York, who has been in prizes in live tournaments since 2011, but only four years ago he became a professional. He won over $ 650,000 in live tournaments before this event, with nearly $ 400,000 he won in 2019. Sarmiento already has four six-figure wins this year.
“I really feel like I’ve found an adjusted strategy which is working very well. I’ve been having a lot of success this year and this is the first stranglehold win. I’ve come in third and second so this is super satisfying. This was a very odd tournament where I really didn’t have any issues at any point until the end where I was heads-up and I had the chip lead on him but he took it back and then I had to battle back,” said Sarmiento.
|1||Steven Sarmiento||Queens, NY||$188,158|
|2||Neal Corcoran||Middletown, NY||$116,291|
|3||Russell Sullivan||West Columbia, SC||$86,060|
|4||Nick Yunis||Miami, FL||$64,423|
|5||Dominique Mosley||Miami, FL||$48,789|
|6||Matthew Yorra||Miami, FL||$37,386|
|7||Bradley Mercer||Burlington, NC||$28,990|
|8||Daniel Couzens||West Hartford, CT||$22,752|
|9||Thomas Macey||Chicago, IL||$18,075|