A Look Back at the First Ever Seminole Hard Rock WSOP Circuit

The World Series of Poker Circuit made its first ever stop in South Florida beginning September 21 and concluding October 2. The series kicked off with a massive, 1,612-entry $580 opener and concluded late last night with the crowning of two headline champions — Josheph Gotlieb, Main Event winner, and Anton Wigg, High Roller winner.

Gotlieb bested 904 entries in the $1,675 Main Event earning $257,638, a gold ring and a $10,000 entry in the tour’s season-ending Global Casino Championship. Wigg, meanwhile, defeated 133 entries good for a score of $111,719 and a gold ring.

Here’s a look back at each of the series’ 14 gold ring events:

Joining Gotlieb at the Global Casino Championship will be Nagui Yassa. Yassa carded four cashes during the 12-day series and earned Casino Champion honors.

Next up for the Seminole Hard Rock is the Rock ‘n’ Roll Poker open running November 15-29 headlined by the $2,000,000 guaranteed Championship!