Ronnie Day is the last player to compete in the WSOP 2023 Championship Invitational. After winning the WSOPC championship ring, Day brought back his first career bracelet. In addition, the experienced American grinder won $200,000.
“It’s so surreal and amazing right now, my Don.” “I don’t even know how to explain it,” Day told us in Las Vegas covering the game. colleague.
This invite-only event has a guaranteed prize of $1,000. $000 and is open to anyone who wins a WSOP bracelet or WSOP Circuit ring from last year. Day secured his spot in the field of 751 players by winning his first Tour ring last month in Elizabeth, Indiana.
The single challenge didn’t last long as a significant chip deficit over his opponent Brent Gregory paved the way for Day’s win. Gregory’s 2nd place qualifying finish at the WSOP Circuit event in Tulsa in March was the best finish of his career.
As for our champion, Day said this is his next challenge and this is his third cashed WSOP Main Event. “I think it’s a really good warm-up for the mains, rather than just throwing yourself into the fire,” Day said after reflecting on his experience that week.
Event #4: Tournament of Champions
Buy-in: 0Entries: 751Pot:$1,000,000
Final Table Results
1. 2nd Place: Ronnie Day – $200,000 2nd Place: Brent Gregory – $120,000 3rd Place: Patrick White – $87,000 4th Place: Hunter McClelland – $63,000 5th place: Wissam Gahshan – $46,000 6th place: Justin Hotte-McKinnon – $35,000 7th place: Barry Schultz – $26,000 8th place: Daniel Marx – $20,000 9th place: Zachary Gruneberg – $16,000