Team USA wins 14 WSOPC rings

Josh Reichardt chases Maurice Hawkins in WSOPC rin...

Josh Reichardt, an American player from Wisconsin, is not well known in the poker world, but this week he won the World Series of Poker Tour Main Event for $253,073. To do that, he had to beat 954 players, a career record for the award.

This victory not only earned him a huge bonus, but also a classic WSOP gold ring. This award is the 14th time in his career. Remarkably, only one player before him could achieve this feat – Maurice Hawkins, who also has 14 rings in his trophy collection.

Josh has every chance of beating that record – and now he’s actively competing in the series. Morris has been increasingly out of the spotlight after being publicly accused of his debts. He continues to compete in “in-ring” events, albeit without success so far – he’s only had a handful of second-place finishes over the past three years.

It is worth noting that Reichard is not only proud to have won more awards, but also to be a part of the Mid-States Poker Tour Series Hall of Fame. When talking about his own achievements, Josh mentioned Phil Helmuth – who also holds the WSOP bracelet record and is also from Wisconsin.

“The WSOP website has pictures of all the record holders, including Phil Helmuth. That’s what I thought. “It would be cool to have my picture next to his because we’re from Wisconsin Two people. I’m sure Maurice’s photo will stay there, but it just inspires me to go there myself one day,” Josh commented.

Josh won’t stop there – he plans to continue traveling the state and attending “Ring” tournaments to improve his score.

“I’m going to ride the wave. ” commented Reichard.

Josh Reichardt chases Maurice Hawkins in WSOPC rin...

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