Choctaw Main Event Of 2017 WSOP Circuit Won By Dan Lowery

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Daniel Lowery has finally won the main event of the 2017 World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOP) Choctaw $1,675 no-limit hold’em. He is 46-year-old now and from Peter Pender, he defeated a big field of 908 entries to register win of his sixth career WSOPC gold ring along with the prize pool of $258,784. In addition to that, he also earned points, of the 912 Card Player of the Year by being the event’s champion. This was the fifth 2017 POY-qualified final table and the second title. After winning the event and so many other titles, he has jumped into 96th place on the leaderboard of the overall rankings. The leaderboard of ranking is presented by the Commerce Casino & Hotel this year only.

After winning the event, Lowery expressed his feeling and said, “This one is the biggest year for me as far as the poker is concerned. It is the biggest year, which I could dream of as of now.”

Wife beautiful wife of Lowery, Krista gave birth to their first son, recently and his name is Gus. Speaking about him, Lowery said, the new member addition in the family inspired me to take my game to a new level. He said, after his birth, to be in this poker room for more than 14 hours a day, I am supposed to miss everything he will be doing, while growing up, which I never wanted.

After this exciting and amazing win, Lowery has more than $1.2 million earned from the live tournament, despite not being a non-full-time poker pro. Lowery is into the logging and sawmill business and he is working with his father for the past 20 years. His future plans are not clear yet, but he will reveal it shortly.