Another event of the 2018/19 WSOP Circuit series’ Choctaw Durant stop was brought to an end yesterday, with Anthony “Bart” Bogard emerging victorious from a 147-entry field to take home his second gold ring of the current WSOP Circuit season.
Tuesday evening saw Bogard crowned as a champion of the eighth event in the series, the $400 No-Limit Hold’em and scooped a prizepool portion of $13,583 for his accomplishment. As mentioned above, the victory also brought him his second gold ring in the same series, and even the same stop, in a few months.
The 38-year-old player went on a tear, with him finishing in the money in six events from the first Choctaw Durant stop of the WSOP Circuit of the season. He grabbed his first gold ring at the time, by winning another $400 NLHE event in November, and now returned, for a second round.
Bart Bogard takes over the lead in the Casino Championship race @ChoctawDurant with a victory in the $400 NLH.
— WSOP (@WSOP) November 9, 2018
The prize money won by Bogard this time, added another $13,583 to his all-time live earnings, boosting the total amount to more than $284,600. At the time when he got his first Circuit gold ring in November, he also generated an $11,916 prize. Now, the player has his eyes set on the remaining events of the WSOP Circuit Oklahoma stop aiming to win enough points that would send him to the season-ending 2019 Global Casino Championship.
Five One-Time Gold Ring Winners Reach Unofficial Final Table
This January saw the WSOP Circuit Choctaw Durant event #8 gather a total of 147 competitors. Only 23 of them were left to proceed to the $400 NLHE Day 2, with Brian Borne returning as a chip leader.
The players got eliminated one by one, and even a double knockout was registered, sending the field from 17 to 15 in one fell swoop.
At the time when the unofficial final table was formed, there were five one-time gold ring winners chasing another gold ring win, while the other half were aimed at winning a first. Thomas Johnson III was leading the pack, with a chip stack of 552,000, and Bard Bogard followed on the second place, with 430,000 in chips.
— WSOP (@WSOP) January 2, 2019
With Anthony “Bart” Bogard emerging as the 2018/19 WSOP Circuit Choctaw Durant stop’s eighth event, taking home his second gold ring, as well as a $13,583 prizepool portion, Brian Borne, who started Day 2 of the competition as a chip leader, remained on the runner-up position. He was granted with a money prize amounting to $8,395. Nathan Rowan remained third, scooping a $6,060 prize.
The fourth place in the ranking was taken by Ross Ward, followed by the unofficial final table’s chip leader Thomas Johnson III. Jeffrey Nordstrom and Steven Pankey got sixth and seventh, respectively, leaving Kyle Millam at the eighth position.