Poker Commentator Kasey Lyn Mills Wins Two Rings At WSOPC Choctaw

Poker Commentator Kasey Lyn Mills Wins Two Rings At WSOPC Choctaw

The World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOPC) is in full swing for 2024 and has already wrapped up a successful stop of Circuit action with WSOPC Choctaw, which took place at Choctaw Casino Resort from Jan. 3-14.

The WSOPC Choctaw stop consisted of 18 Ring events with buy-ins ranging from $250 to the $1,700 Main Event.

One of the biggest storylines to emerge was poker commentator and personality Kasey Lyn Mills winning her first Circuit ring by taking down Event #13: $1,000 Monster Stack for $66,009.

Two Rings For "PokerMomma"

Mills, who was a commentator on Stones Live Poker and has played in televised events such as the Ladies Cash Game at the 2023 WPT World Championship, didn't have long to celebrate before winning her second career ring in Event #16: $400 No-Limit Hold'em - The Finale for $22,433.

To win the second ring, the Oklahoma native navigated a final table that featured two other women, runner-up Jacqueline Gomez ($13,865) and third-place finisher Tetiana Zaitseva ($9,907).

"I am amazed by what I saw tonight from all the women playing and supporting each other," Mills wrote on social media after her victory. "Almost all of these women in my rail photo are (ring) winners."

Mills, who is now up to $303,944 in Hendon Mob earnings, had a packed rail for her second Ring victory, but her biggest supporter from afar was her son.

Glendinning Denies Ruben Back-to-Back Victories

The biggest draw of the WSOPC Choctaw stop was the $1,700 buy-in Main Event, which drew 851 runners for a prize pool of $1.2 million. Colorado's Jonathan Glendinning navigated that field to win $231,832 and his first Circuit ring.

To do that, Glendinning had to fend off Florida's Brad Ruben, who was looking for his fifth Circuit ring and back-to-back Choctaw Main Event victories after winning the November 2023 offering for $250,140.

Ruben had to settle for a fourth-place finish worth $78,174 this time around, while others at the final table included David Soskin (5th - $58,786), Chad Lousberg (3rd - $105,221) and runner-up Will Berry (2nd - $143,289).

Glendinning's run-good didn't start in Choctaw as just last month he finished fourth in the WPT Prime Championship in Las Vegas for a career-best $505,000.

WSOPC Choctaw Main Event Final Table Results

1Jonathan GlendinningBoulder, CO$231,832
2Will BerryNorman, OK$143,289
3Chad LousbergGolden, CO$105,221
4Brad RubenHernando, FL$78,174
5David SoskinHighland, AK$58,786
6Eric BunchTulsa, OK$44,747
7Alexis Cruz MartinezMidland, TX$34,482
8Brendon KaufmanAustin, TX$26,905
9Jacob HallerMustang, OK$21,259

Other winners at the WSOPC Choctaw stop include Michael Bahls (Event #3: $500 No-Limit Hold'em - The Gargantuan - $75,978), Paul Fehlig (Event #9: $1,000 Big O / PLO Mix - $26,504), John Fagg (Event #11: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Double Stack - $23,984) and Noah Nodine (Event #18: $250 No-Limit Hold'em - $12,081).

Next up for the WSOP Circuit team is a stop at Thunder Valley Casino Resort from Jan. 11-22 that will culminate with a $1,700 buy-in Main Event on Jan. 19.

A full list of ring winners at WSOPC Choctaw is available in the table below.

WSOPC Choctaw Ring Winners

WSOPC Event #1: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Monster Stack335$110,550Cody ReedTulsa, OK$23,697
WSOPC Event #2: $250 No-Limit Hold'em191$38,200Ryan McGregerNorman, OK$9,307
WSOPC Event #3: $500 No-Limit Hold'em - The Gargantuan1,121$382,837Michael BahlsBryan, TX$75,978
WSOPC Event #4: $250 No-Limit Hold'em251$50,200Trevor LewisRogers, AR$11,340
WSOPC Event #5: $300 No-Limit Hold'em - Twilight409$92,299David HillisDekalb, TX$19,998
WSOPC Event #6: $400 No-Limit Hold'em217$71,610Isaac CramerSpringdale, TX$16,818
WSOPC Event #7: $250 No-Limit Hold'em225$45,000Robin GlaysherForth Worth, TX$10,473
WSOPC Event #8: $250 Seniors Event547$109,400James TemplePearland, TX$20,576
WSOPC Event #9: $1,000 Big O / PLO Mix106$92,750Paul FehligSaint Louis, MO$26,504
WSOPC Event #10: $300 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty238$45,220Thomas RomeoWalden, NY$10,374
WSOPC Event #11: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Double Stack339$111,870John FaggEvansville, IN$23,984
WSOPC Event #12: $250 No-Limit Hold'em158$31,600Eric RivkinEast Hampton, NY$8,111
WSOPC Event #13: $1,000 Monster Stack352$308,000Kasey Lyn MillsOwasso, OK$66,009
WSOPC Event #14: $250 No-Limit Hold'em201$40,200Gregory WardLoganville, GA$9,599
WSOPC Event #15: $1,700 Main Event851$1,206,069Jonathan GlendinningBoulder, CO$231,832
WSOPC Event #16: $400 No-Limit Hold'em - The Finale322$98,637Kasey Lyn MillsOwasso, OK$22,433
WSOPC Event #17: $250 Ladies Event118$23,600Kourtney DavisDurant, OK$6,573
WSOPC Event #18: $250 No-Limit Hold'em275$55,000Noah NodineOklahoma City, OK$12,081


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