The World Series of Poker Circuit is in full swing this year online, with the Caesars Atlantic City Circuit taking place now. The series kicked off on May 14 and continues through the end of the month. Several events have already started with plenty more to go. Winners of the events get to claim gold rings on top of the first place prize money. For most poker players taking part, it is an exciting time to try and be the next big winner. For poker pro Daniel Bozgon, it’s just another day at the office.
Bozgon recently won a WSOPC event during the Caesars Circuit, claiming his 8th career gold ring. If that wasn’t impressive enough, he has already won four rings just since February!
The Latest Win
The latest gold ring win took place during Event #1, the PLO BIG. This event had a buy-in of $500 and featured $50,000 in prize money. A total of 67 players bought in and there were just over 40 rebuys to bring the prize pool to $53,238.
After almost six hours of online poker gaming, Buzgon would face off against Hung Truong in the final round. Heads-up play would not last too long before Buzgon earned the win. He was excited to finish in first in general, but also because he doesn’t normally play PLO.
For the win, Buzgon took home $12,936.83. For finishing in second place, Truong was able to add $9,795.79 to his online bankroll.
Buzgon has been on a roll this year, earning four gold rings thus far on the WSOP Circuit. His first came back in February and then he earned his second just days later. One more win took place in March before he claimed this recent title.
The World Series of Poker Circuit is also offering action at GGPoker for international players. the 2021 WSOP Super Circuit Online launched on May 1 and continues through the 30th. There are 20 rings up for grabs and a whopping $100 million in total prize money.
In an interesting twist, GGPoker has decided to give away two gold rings in connection with a leaderboard competition. Players can take part in an NLH or PLO leaderboard challenge. By taking part in WSOPC events at GGPoker, points are earned.
The top nine points leaders on each board will then face off in an online event to see who will claim the win and the gold ring. It’s a unique concept that is sure to be a hit with players.