Patrick Leonard is a British poker player, WSOP bracelet winner and PartyPoker Ambassador.
He won Event #55: $1,000 Tag Team at the 2022 WSOP alongside eventual Main Event winner Espen Jostad to win $148,067 and his first WSOP bracelet.
Over the course of his career he has amassed over $2 million in live cashes, which is dwarfed by the more than $17 million he has won on the online felt.
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Online Poker Achievements
A former online world number one, Leonard has known for playing on PokerStars under the username "pads1161" and has won numerous online titles in some of the most prestigious online festivals included WCOOP, SCOOP, GGMasters, WSOP Online and Powerfest.
The largest cash of his online career came in May 2020 when he finished second in the GGPoker WSOP Online Circuit High Roller for $1,611,342.
Leonard has multiple COOP titles on PokerStars including two SCOOP titles in 2021 for combined cashes of over $300,000. He has five SCOOP titles in total as well as four WCOOP titles, again with two coming in 2021 alone.
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He has also enjoyed success on PartyPoker, winning a Powerfest title back in 2018 for $207,978 in POWERFEST #46-H: $5,200 NL Hold’em and then a MILLIONS Online champion in 2022.
Live Poker Achievements
In 2017, Leonard won three High Roller Cups at the Bellagio and Aria in the space of four days for combined cashes of almost $1.3 million.
These three results — each at least $380,000 — are the top three live cashes of Leonard's career.