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.
#NumberFour @WSOP https://t.co/0suQ9YhOnJ— Mike Leah (@GoLeafsGoEh)
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.