Brian Altman bags the winning title of WSOP Circuit Main Event
Brian Altman bags the winning title of ‘World Series of Poker Circuit Main Event’ and received the grand prize of $393,753. The announcement of the winner was made yesterday at the Harrah’s Casino in Cherokee, North Carolina. This WSOP circuit witnessed an astonishing figure of 1,703 participants for the main event generating a prize pool of $2,356,299 and $393,753 as a winning prize.
Brian Altman is an American professional poker player from Longmeadow, Massachusetts, who came a long way to take home the top prize worth $393,753 and also the winning title of WSOP Circuit ring for the fourth time. The former Poker Tour Player performed extraordinarily well and secured a place in the WSOP tournament of champions in the summer in Las Vegas.
In his career list, the former World Poker Tour Player Brain has added the fourth gold ring of the most prestigious brand in poker. He previously won three WPT titles and a WSOP gold bracelet. Looking into his career earnings, they are around $7,760,182 at present. However, it can be said that Altman is one of poker’s most consistent tournament crushes.
According to online poker news, Altman’s performance has made a good impression in the POY race in recent years. He completed the previous tournaments with 12th place in 2021 and 11th place in 2020.
This tournament, a $1,700 buy-in no-limit hold’em, attracted a huge crowd of 1,703. The three starting fights might be the reason for the attraction, which led to the generation of a huge prize pool. Out of all participants, only 171 players appeared on the second day, and they received a minimum of $3,488 in prize money. Yesterday was the final day of the tournament, and the field played down to get the winner. Being asked their reason for loving playing on the WSOP circuit, Altman stated that he loves playing circuit events and he enjoys playing against different kinds of player types.