Andrew Wisdom came out on top of the two day $3,250 WSOPC High Roller at the Bicycle Casino. Wisdom took home $75,390 as well as the WSOP Circuit ring.
Wisdom battled through a tough final table that included Massoud Eskandari, Brian Mancilla and Mohsin Charania. The heads up match was a grind and Wisdom had his opponent, Yash Jadhwani down to just nine big blinds when he moved all in on the button with . Wisdom was able crack to Jadhwani's when the final board of the tournament came .
During three handed action Wisdom had a large chip lead and his opponents were discussing chopping up second and third place money and letting Wisdom take first, but that deal fell through. Wisdom was asked if he got discouraged after being so close to locking up the tournament with a deal. Wisdom clearly wasn't discouraged "I'm excited to play more poker." He said.
This is Wisdom's second WSOP Circuit ring. His first came in this exact event in 2017 when he beat out 71 players and took home $72,420. With this score Wisdom will cross the $1,000,000 mark in tournament winnings.
|1||Andrew Wisdom||United States||$75,390|
|2||Yash Jadhwani||United States||$46,600|
|3||Joo Park||United States||$31,665|
|4||Massoud Eskandari||United States||$22,220|
|5||Lee Gale||United States||$16,110|
|6||Tony Orr||United States||$12,090|
|7||Brian Mancilla||United States||$9,395|
|8||Mohsin Charania||United States||$7,575|
|9||Aaron Mathis||United States||$6,345|