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Adam Hendrix beats Jeremy Becker at WSOP Circuit Ring in Vegas

The popular American poker player with more than $2.9 million in career earnings, Adam Hendrix, participated in the $3300 buy-in WSOPC (World Series of Poker Circuit) event at Horseshoe, Las Vegas. 

A unique occurrence occurred when Jeremy Becker, a US poker professional with $1,196,578 in total live earnings, failed to close out the event heads up.

Hendrix, who possesses more than $6 million in The Hendon Mob cash, took home around $73,579 and earned the money by defeating some of the top contenders at the final poker table, along with Jeremy Becker.

A massive prize pool of $243,000 was created during the Circuit stop’s Event #15 on the street, which drew 81 entrants. At the final table were a number of well-known professionals and celebrities, such as Las Vegas’s resident tournament grinder, Eric Baldwin, who finished in seventh place for $9001. Matthew Wantman, another accomplished professional player, finished fourth and took home $21,194.

Much of the attention was garnered around the legendary heads-up event between one of the most popular and talked-about tournament players in Las Vegas during the last season, Jeremy Becker, and the high-stakes poker star Hendrix. 

Here is the final table for the $3300 High Roller:  





Adam Hendrix



Jeremy Becker



Mark Fisher



Matthew Wantman



David Coleman



Joshua Mammen $11,499
7 Eric Baldwin



Giuseppe Pantaleo $7,354
9 Myles Mullaly


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Jeremy Becker entered with the lead at the final table but failed to hold off Adam Hendrix, who won the first Circuit ring at his 36th cash. Jeremy Becker also possesses 71 WSOP (World Series of Poker) cashes but has yet to win a bracelet. Hendrix participated in the no-limit hold ’em tournament, wearing the basketball jersey of the University of Tennessee way before the Volunteers Elite Eight match-up on Sunday against Purdue. 

For Becker, this tournament was his second runner-up finish in the Circuit event in only over a week’s time, securing the second position in Event #1: $600 Big 30k Stack for $19,083. He currently has 69 top-tournament finishes since 2021. Jeremy is warming up for the next summer cross-book proposition bet against the US poker player, Landon Tice. It could be either extremely profitable or costly, depending on how he performs.

Janice Graziano

Janice has joined Times of Casino team as a casino news writer. Along with writing, she is additionally a content manager. Janice has over five years of experience in inscribing. Her zealousness for casino and online gaming draw her to casino industry. In her spare time, she relishes playing online poker games.

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