First-Ever WSOP Circuit Coco Concludes with 13 Gold Ring Winners, More than $2.7M Earned

The first ever World Series of Poker Circuit at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek kicked off Thursday, February 8 and concluded Monday, February 19. The 12-day series saw a total of 13 gold rings won and more than $2,700,000 in prizes earned.

Kammar Andries, Main Event Champion

Headlining the series as the Main Event champion was Kammar Andries of Ocoee, Florida. In addition to more than $240,000 in cash, he earned a berth in the $10,000 Global Casino Championship where he’ll compete for his share of a prize pool valued at at least $1,000,000. Joining him at the season-ending event will be Karthik Ramakrishan, the Coconut Creek Casino Champion.

Karthik Ramakrishnan, Casino Champion

Complete series results:

That concludes the WSOP Circuit, but please check back as we announce future majors here at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek!