To be a World Series of Poker Main Event champion is something that would always kick champions like Paul Wasicka in doing extraordinary feats that would bring them out as number one in poker again. In 2007 NBC National Heads-Up Poker, the 2006 World Series of Poker main-event runner-up took down a $5,000 WSOP Circuit event today for his first major tournament win. This wins from Wasicka inspired a lot of professional poker players in 2010. Hoyt Corkins won the World Poker Tour Southern Poker Championship in late January to capture his second WPT title and Jeff Madsen won the Borgata Winter Open championship event to grow his career earnings to $3,254,105.
Who is this Wasicka that other professional players are emulating his win? Let us take a look at Wasicka successes in poker. he contributed to a streak by winning the World Series of Poker Circuit $5,000 no-limit hold’em championship event in Tunica, Mississippi, on Wednesday, Feb. 10. Wasicka topped a field of 96 players to take home $139,422 in prize money, and he now holds more $7,768,115 in career earnings and this year 2012, he is still a moving train that cannot be stopped until the end of November Nine, 2012.
“Other than the heads-up championship, this was my first major tournament win. This is something that I’ve been searching for, for a very long time,” said Wasicka in an interview with WSOP representatives in 2010.
Wasicka has become an inspiring model to young players who want to be champion in a poker tournament. There is room for over take when it comes to been a champion especially trying to be a champion in World Series of Poker back to back. If you are going to win this year, make sure you ask Wasicka what it takes to win games in poker.