Marshall White Wins WSOP Circuit Event at Choctaw Durant Casino for Fourth Gold Ring

Marshall White boosted his WSOP Circuit gold ring collection last night at Choctaw Durant Casino. The player captured his fourth gold piece after winning a $365 No-Limit Hold’em tournament. And instead of celebrating his accomplishment, the player quickly jumped into another event.

White is a professional player from Boone, North Carolina. Of his latest victory, the player said that he was glad to have added another piece, but that he was really there for the money and that he has always been going for the money. He plays the game for a living and he approaches it in a way that will lock him a payment from the tournaments he participates in. White explained that this approach has helped him prevent his ego mar his play.

The player emerged the victor from a field of 217 other participants. Aside from the shiny gold piece, he also scooped $16,350 for his performance. It was a tough field and White faced some really tough opponents on his road to victory. The nine-handed final table was no exception.

White was seated with several former gold ring winners, including Joshua Turner, who is the proud holder of six pieces, and Kevin Eyster, who has two gold rings and a gold bracelet from the WSOP. White ran quite well throughout that final stage of play and eventually outwitted the aforementioned two players as well as everyone else to have registered into the tournament.

Immediately after his triumph, the player entered the $580 event on the schedule, leaving himself no time for celebration. White said that now that he has won the gold piece and some points for the Player of the Year ranking, he will probably travel to other WSOP Circuit stops throughout the season to possibly win a seat into the Global Casino Championship, the tournament that marks the end of the season.

White’s Previous WSOP Circuit Accomplishments

White has cashed in 48 Circuit events over the course of his career and has won more than $450,000 in those. He locked his first cash in the series back in 2013. Gold ring number one came two years later. The player topped a $365 No-Limit Hold’em tournament at Palm Beach Kennel Club for the piece of jewelry. He captured his second gold ring in early 2016 and added one more piece this spring. He has also been very close to winning tournaments, but has eventually come short of success, finishing runner-up.

The latest tournament he won was designated as the fifth gold ring one on the Choctaw Durant schedule. There are still seven more gold pieces up for grabs at the gambling venue and players will be able to scoop one up until November 13, when the $1,650 Main Event is slated to be completed and the WSOP Circuit will be packing for the next stop on its 2017/2018 schedule.

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