TULSA, Okla.  – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa has wrapped its first World Series of Poker circuit of the year and will send its newest circuit champion, Han Feng, to the 2024 World Series of Poker Global Casino Championship in Las Vegas.

Feng, a Houston, Texas, native, beat out a Circuit Main Event field of 472 on Monday to earn $144,413, his first WSOP Circuit ring and a seat at the 2024 WSOP Tournament of Champions.

“It was meant to be. It’s hard to explain; I just knew I was gonna win. I willed it into existence in a way,” said Feng. “I was down to single digit blinds multiple times in this tournament, but I got really fortunate in a couple of spots and I spun it a bunch.”

Feng shared the final table with runner-up Jared Ward from Owasso with a prize of $89,255, Lawton native Bryce Laymance with $65,217, Harvey Castro with $48,284, and Brian Altman from Boston, Massachusetts, with $36,227.

Feng is the second WSOP Tulsa circuit champion of the 2023-2024 season, joining Wichita, Kansas, native Mark Barrientos, who was named Hard Rock’s first season champion last fall. Barrientos beat out 397 other players for the $1,700 Main Event title that came with a $126,920 top prize.

WSOP Circuit Events are a series of poker tournaments hosted throughout the United States and the world, beginning in early August each year and culminating the following summer, with a $1,000,000 Global Casino Championship where the victor earns a WSOP gold bracelet.

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