Daniel Lowery is now only one World Series of Poker circuit victory away from entering a three-way tie with Maurice Hawkins and Josh Reichard for the all-time tour titles record. Lowery won his 13th WSOPC extension Golden Ring on April 20, 2023, by winning the $400 buy-in starter event at WSOPC extension Horseshoe tunic series for $16,739 and the hardware.
This was Lowery’s third WSOPC extension ring earned this year. He started off by winning the $500 buy-in ‘Garganguan’ event at WSOPC extension Choctaws for $102,511 just days in 2023. A few months later he won a $300 buy-in no-limit hold’em turbo event at the WSOP Casino Royale International Circuit festival in St. Maarten for $8,500.
The Arkansas father of four now has nearly $2.3 million in registered tournament earnings to his name, with more than $1.4 million coming from the 123 cashes he’s earned in WSOPC extension events.
He did it again! Daniel Lowery wins the opening event of @Horseshoetunica Circuit to earn its third ring in 2023.
The Arkansas native now has 13 gold rings and rises to third on the all-time list for most rings in WSOP history.
— WSOP – World Series of Poker (@WSOP) April 21, 2023
Josh Reichard only joined Maurice Hawkins at the top of the WSOPC extension rings the standings just days before Lowery’s win, knocking down the WSOPC extension Grand Victoria casino main event for $253,073. Prior to that win, Hawkins had sat alone at the top with his 14 rings for over three years.
Thanks to Lowery’s strong start to the year, he now sits in the top 90 in 2023 Card player Player of the Year, with his three titles, six final tables and more than $228,000 to date POY extension earnings.
Here’s a look at payments and POY extension points awarded at the final table:
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Winner photo provided by WSOP.