Jonathan Glendinning Wins WSOP Circuit Choctaw Main Event

Jonathan Glendinning, a poker player from Boulder, Colorado, has taken home first prize at the 2024 World Series of Poker Circuit Choctaw. The $1,700 no-limit hold’em main event exceeded its $1 million guarantee, with 851 participants creating a total prize pool of $1,206,069. Glendinning’s victory earned him $231,832 and his first WSOPC gold ring.

The win was Glendinning’s second-largest earnings to date. He previously placed fourth in the WPT Prime Championship at Wynn Las Vegas in late December 2023, netting $505,000 from a field of 10,512 players. His poker journey saw him earning $24,627 as the sixth-place finisher in the 2021 Mid-States Poker Tour Colorado main event before this recent triumph. Glendinning’s total recorded earnings now exceed $860,000.

Entering the final day of the event in fifth place with eight players left, Glendinning faced formidable opponents at the final table. Notably, he outperformed Brad Ruben, a four-time bracelet winner who finished fourth with $78,174, and William Berry, the 2019 World Poker Tour Choctaw main event runner-up, who secured the second place with $143,289. Ruben was close to clinching his second WSOPC Choctaw main event title, having won $250,140 and his first ring in November 2023 from a 934-entry field.

Final Table Results

Result Player Prize
1 Jonathan Glendinning $231,832
2 William Berry $143,289
3 Chad Lousberg $105,221
4 Bradley Ruben $78,174
5 David Soskin $58,786
6 Eric Bunch $44,747
7 Alexis Cruz Martinez $34,482
8 Brendon Kaufman $26,905
9 Jacob Haller $21,259

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