Daniel Marx Wins WSOPC Choctaw Durant ($246,820); Denies Quan Tran Succor-to-Succor Titles

Daniel Marx

The most modern World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit discontinue in Oklahoma’s Choctaw Durant has wrapped up and saw Daniel Marx as indubitably one of its remaining winners as the Dallas native took down the $1,700 engage-in Critical Tournament to preserve his first ring and $246,820.

Now not handiest did Marx procure up the ideal receive of his profession, however he also denied reigning champion Quan Tran, who won the WSOP Circuit Choctaw Durant Critical Tournament in January for $336,412, the glory of a repeat victory when he sent the man Dallas native out in 2d for $152,553.

“I develop no longer in discovering any phrases perfect now, this entire match has been an insane skills for me,” Marx instructed WSOP after the victory. “I am extremely grateful. I want an evening to let it all sink in, I am exact huge completely ecstatic perfect now.”

WSOP Circuit Choctaw Durant Closing Desk Results

  PLACE PLAYER HOMETOWN PRIZE (IN USD)
  1 Daniel Marx Dallas, TX $246,820
  2 Quan Tran Dallas, TX $152,553
  3 Nikola Mircetic Coppell, TX $114,015
  4 Brad Ruben Hernando, FL $86,051
  5 Dakotah O’Dell Springfield, MO $65,591
  6 Jason Rice Kenosha, WI $50,498
  7 Osman Ihlamur Turkey $39,272
  8 Steven McCartney Calera, OK $30,855
  9 Aaron Thomas Colorado Springs, CO $24,492

Marx’s Capital

To preserve the six-figure high prize and a seat into the 2023 Tournament of Champions, Marx needed to navigate thru a field of 931 runners in an event that generated $1.4 million in prize cash.

Some of the avid gamers who went deep in the event embody bracelet winner Michael Perrone (37th – $4,394), WSOP Circuit Choctaw Critical Tournament winner Jared Ingles (34th – $4,963) and Steven Buckner (11th – $19,645), who won his maiden ring earlier in the series in WSOPC Tournament #8: $400 No-Restrict Engage’em Colossal Stack.

Marx extra needed to navigate thru a stacked remaining table that included ring and bracelet winners, alongside side Dakotah O’Dell (fifth – $65,591) and Jason Rice (Sixth – $50,498), both of whom won their rings earlier in the series, as well to four-time bracelet winner Brad Ruben (4th – $86,051).

“Heaps of those guys are very, very subtle avid gamers,” Marx talked about. “Heaps of them uncover loads extra match skills than me. I advance from a cash background, I am mute getting the hang of match stack depths, however I realized a ton from taking half in in opposition to them. I became extremely lucky to be ready to beat them.”

In conserving with live updates from WSOP, Nikola Mircetic bowed out in third discipline for $114,015 when his ace-three became dominated by the Astronomical Slick of Tran and he did no longer increase. Despite scoring the knockout, Tran entered heads-up play with a nearly two-to-one chip deficit.

Within the final hand, Tran moved all in with a pair of threes and a gutshot and became known as by the better pair of eights of Marx, who held up as the river bricked off to suppose Tran aid-to-aid titles.

Quan Tran
Quan Tran

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Varied Winners

Some dumb winners in the series embody Oklahoma Metropolis’s Jayce Palmer, who took down WSOPC Tournament #11: $250 No-Restrict Engage’em for $8,535, as well to Texas’ Christopher Khieu, who won WSOPC Tournament #12: $250 No-Restrict Engage’em for $9,402.

To shut out the Circuit discontinue Oklahoma’s Eric Bunch won WSOPC Tournament #13: $400 No-Restrict Engage’em ‘The Finale’ to manufacture the shuttle with a receive of $17,550.

PokerNews highlighted other ring winners of WSOP Circuit Choctaw Durant in an earlier article, alongside side Unusual Jersey’s Sergio Ramirez, who won three rings in ten days to bring his entire assortment as a lot as five.

Subsequent, the WSOP Circuit is headed to North Carolina for Harrah’s Cherokee, which is able to occur Aug. 4-15.

A full list of ring winners at WSOP Circuit Choctaw Durant is on hand in the table below.

WSOP Circuit Choctaw Durant Ring Winners

  TOURNAMENT ENTRIES PRIZE POOL WINNER HOMETOWN PRIZE (IN USD)
  Seniors #1: $130 No-Restrict Engage’em 467 $46,700 Ronald Covert Lawrence, KS $9,155
  WSOPC Tournament #1: $600 Pot-Restrict Omaha 215 $101,765 Sergio Ramirez South Plainfield, NJ $26,118
  WSOPC Tournament #2: $250 No-Restrict Engage’em Monster Stack 442 $92,400 Terry Harrell Oklahoma Metropolis, OK $18,200
  WSOPC Tournament #3: $400 No-Restrict Engage’em ‘Huge’ 1,739 $573,870 Dakotah O’Dell Springfield, MO $84,875
  WSOPC Tournament #4: $250 No-Restrict Engage’em ‘The Twilight’ 704 $140,800 Jason Loving Hurst, TX $25,631
  WSOPC Tournament #5: $400 No-Restrict Engage’em 342 $112,860 Jason Rice Kenosha, WI $24,062
  WSOPC Tournament #6: $400 No-Restrict Engage’em 150 $49,500 Sergio Ramirez South Plainfield, NJ $12,867
  WSOPC Tournament #7: $400 No-Restrict Engage’em Double Stack 272 $89,760 Sergio Ramirez South Plainfield, NJ $19,860
  WSOPC Tournament #8: $400 No-Restrict Engage’em Colossal Stack 366 $120,780 Steven Buckner Margate, FL $25,363
  WSOPC Tournament #9:$1,100 No-Restrict Engage’em 246 $239,850 Nathanael Kogel Pflugerville, TX $54,547
  WSOPC Tournament #10: $1,700 No-Restrict Engage’em Critical Tournament 931 $1,410,465 Daniel Marx Dallas, TX $246,820
  WSOPC Tournament #11: $250 No-Restrict Engage’em 160 $34,000 Jayce Palmer Oklahoma Metropolis, OK $8,535
  WSOPC Tournament #12: $250 No-Restrict Engage’em 193 $38,600 Christopher Khieu Garland, TX $9,402
  WSOPC Tournament #13: $400 No-Restrict Engage’em ‘The Finale’ 230 $75,900 Eric Bunch Tulsa, OK $17,550

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