Mike Leah has done it again, winning his fourth World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit ring.
Currently ranked the No. 2 live tournament player in all of Canada, Mike Leah found his fourth ring in Event #6 of the Circuit stop at Harrah’s Cherokee in North Carolina. It was a $365 pot-limit Omaha tournament that allowed one reentry. A total of 247 entries created a prize pool of $74,100 and Leah locked up the largest portion, cashing in for $18,156 with the victory.
The last Circuit stop Mike Leah attended was the only Canadian one of this year in Montreal where he won his third ring, so he has won rings in back-to-back Circuit stops.
His first and second Circuit rings were even closer together. In 2014, Leah won two Circuit events within 24 hours. He won one single-day tournament, immediately registered the next one, and won that one too. Leah also has other WSOP hardware, having won his first bracelet in 2014 in the WSOP Asia-Pacific High Roller for $600,000.
With the Circuit win on Tuesday, Leah’s lifetime live tournament winnings are now over $5.4 million.