Maurice Hawkins sat alone on top World Series of Poker Circuit titles in the leaderboard for more than three years after winning a record-breaking 14th place at the time WSOPC Gold ring at a $400 purchase event in 2020 WSOPC Choctaw series. On April 17, 2023, Josh Richard ejaculates WSOPC Grand Victoria casino main event to secure his record-setting 14th ring.
Rickard and Hawkins ended up tied for less than a month, as Hawkins managed to set a new track record by winning his fifteenth ring on May 15. WSOPC Cherokee Hara $2,200, a high roller No Limit Hold’em Lockout Hardware and a first prize of $54,599.
Reichard made a comment on WSOP Circuit After his recent win a Hawkins tie that seemed to downplay the importance of the race for the rings:
“To be honest, I don’t care much about records, but this one is kind of cool…on [the WSOP’s] The website, there are pictures of all the record holders, Phil Hellmuth has the title of the bracelet, and I thought it would be cool if my picture was next to it because we’re two guys from Wisconsin. I’m sure the image of Maurice (Hawkins) will stay there for now, but that just motivates me to get there one day.”
“Put some respect on my name! I’m Maurice Hawkins, that’s who I am. If you want to call me, just say so. Reclaiming the lead, Hawkins said, responding to Richard’s comments, “Obviously I’m not a fan of the passive-aggressive fake-humble act, I act like you don’t care about numbers when you obviously do.”
Hawkins now has more than $2.2 million in net worth WSOP Circuit The winnings made by any player in that round. His closest competitor in this category is Daniel Lowry, who recently won his 13th loop. Lori has scored 1,499,471 dollars WSOPC profits.
This victory also marked Hawkins’ 142nd in A’s WSOPC event, putting him in a tie for sixth with Ian Steinman on the all-time leaderboard for the Tour.
Hawkins topped a tough final table on his way to his record-breaking victory, with bracelet winner Will Givens finishing seventh ($6,877) and World Poker Tour Champion Dylan Wilkerson finished sixth ($8893). 2022 WSOP Toby Boa, runner-up in the $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em event (2nd – $33,744) has it all with the Pocket Kings facing Hawkins’ pocket scores with the title on the line, but his 9-7-2-J-8 has given Hawkins a boost Strong to win the ball and the title.
Here’s a look at the payouts awarded in the final schedule:
|4||Mary Irene Carey||$16,327||108|
Winner’s photo credit: WSOP.