Six players make the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown final table

Five days of grueling poker games have eliminated all but six players, who will now compete against each other at the final table. This is the prestigious 2023 WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown. There were an initial total of 2,290 entries for the $3,500 main event.

In the final table, Bin Weng will control almost 40% of the total number of chips in circulation. The coveted first reward is valued at $1.1 million. The HyperX Arena in Las Vegas will host this poker tournament. The date is set for May 25, 2023. The remaining six players are guaranteed a total of $238,000. The winner will receive $1,128,250 and a seat at the WPT World Championship, which will be contested at Wynn Las Vegas in December 2023.

One of the six remaining players is Mitch Garshofsky, born in Bellmore, New York. He currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has a total earnings history of $1,718,331. His greatest achievement occurred in 2022 when he participated in the $1,600 Wynn Summer Classic. He departed with $333,329 in his possession.

Among the remaining six competitors, David Mzareulov, who is 36 years old, is the next in line. Originally from Azerbaijan, he is currently residing in Houston, Texas. In his poker career, he earned the most respectable sum of $205,000. This was the highlight of his accomplishments. In 2021, this occurred during the $1,125 Millionaire Mayhem Poker Series. The total amount of his career earnings is reported to be $997,340. 

Rafael Farah Jarufe is the second player. Currently, he is stationed in Lima, Peru. He is exactly fifty-five years old. Participating in various poker games and tournaments has earned him $84,549 over the course of his career. When he participated in the $10,300 Party Poker Millions event in 2019, he was able to earn $35,000 in a single go and through a single session.

India’s Sridhar Sangannagari is yet another participant. He is forty-seven years old and resides in West Windsor, New Jersey. He has amassed $175,358 from multiple poker games throughout his lifespan. In 2022, when he participated in the WSOP $500 Housewarming tournament, he earned a total of $54,705 from a single tournament.

Then there is Bin Weng, who resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but is originally from China. In his case, he has amassed $3,203,466 over the course of his poker career. In 2023, he won $227,344 at the $1,700 WSOP Circuit Las Vegas Main Event as part of his largest single-event haul. He is currently forty years old. 

Last but certainly not least is Naing Thu, born in Burma but currently resides in Davie, Florida. He is 37 years old. In 2019, he earned the most money at the WPT Seminole Rock and Roll Poker Open. By participating in this tournament, he could walk away with $19,200.

Joseph Watkins is an avid gambler and also contributes the in-depth & most recent Las Vegas casino news stories. He joins as a news-editor recently with almost two years of experience in sports news writing.

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