Ethan Bennett Wins WOPC Main Event at Turning Stone With $298K Prize

Ethan Bennett has won his first World Series of Poker Circuit gold ring on Monday at the Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, New York. Winning the main event not only brought him the prestigious ring but also a good check of $298,546, nearly doubling his total poker earnings. With this victory, the Brooklyn native’s career winnings approach the $450,000 mark, yet another milestone in his poker journey.

The event, a $1,700 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em, attracted 1,188 participants over three initial rounds. This large turnout generated a prize pool of $1,799,820, ensuring that the top 170 finishers received a minimum of $2,543.

Following this event, the WSOP Circuit has already moved to another exciting location, the Horseshoe Las Vegas, situated on the iconic Strip. The Las Vegas main event, also with a $1,700 buy-in, is scheduled from March 29 to April 2, promising another thrilling chapter in the WSOP Circuit saga.

Final Table Results 2024 WSOPC Turning Stone Main Event

Result Player Prize
1 Ethan Bennett $298,546
2 Kathrine Brandt $184,521
3 Cindy Spier $137,178
4 Soukha Kachittavong $103,047
5 Rodney Pinkham Jr $78,225
6 Tom Harter $60,015
7 Srikanth Gundela $46,541
8 Jason Tracey $36,485
9 Alan Shaw $28,917

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