PokerPro’s Joshua Stewart Continues His Streak of Final Tables!

Fresh off his impressive 4th and 7th place finishes in the €550 and €1,100 No Limit events at the EPT Barcelona, Joshua Stewart hasn’t stopped t…

PokerPro’s Joshua Stewart Continues His Streak of Final Tables!

Fresh off his impressive 4th and 7th place finishes in the €550 and €1,100 No Limit events at the EPT Barcelona, Joshua Stewart hasn’t stopped traveling and grinding. He’s now in Tallinn, Estonia, making waves with double final table appearances at the very first World Series of Poker Circuit event ever hosted in this region of Europe.

In the WSOPC €1,100 Ring Event #2, which drew 109 entrants, he came to the final table as second in chips. €27,8400 and a coveted golden ring were reserved for first place, but Joshua made an unfortunate end.

PokerPro’s Joshua Stewart Continues His Streak of Final Tables!Payouts.

PokerPro’s Joshua Stewart Continues His Streak of Final Tables!Bag and tag.

When four players were left, Aleksei Smirnov went all-in with a KJo from the Small Blind. Josh, not one to back down, called with a pair of fives from the Big Blind. The board revealed 9sKc2h2cAs, with Aleksei landing a King, sealing Josh’s fate in 4th place. But with a commendable prize of €9,650, it was far from a bad result.

2023 WSOPC Tallinn €1,100 Event #2 Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Smirnov Aleksei Estonia €25,430 *
2 Leinonen Santtu Kalevi Finland €21,710 *
3 Pyysing Aki T. O. Finland €13,200
4 Stewart Joshua James Ireland €9,650
5 Venckus Steponas Lithuania €7,400
6 Assersen Vidar S. Norway €5,950
7 Ostrowski Dominik Poland €4,900
8 Evert Tanel Estonia €3,750
9 D’Assuncao Ferreira Gomes Filho Manoel Brazil €3,050

Undeterred, Josh jumped into the WSOPC €350 Ring Event #3 after dinner. It was a great first day for him as he bagged the most chips from 183 players that entered Day 1B, only trailing Norkus Stanislovas, chip leader of Day 1A.

A total of 383 players entered the event, creating a €115,819 prize pool. Josh skillfully navigated his way to another final table, vying for the €24,150 top prize. He was close to contesting for a first-ever WSOP Circuit ring again, but luck wasn’t on his side when he found himself short-stacked. He had to push with 52o, and Tocci Michele knocked him out with QT, even with numerous outs on the 6s8d4cKsJd board. Josh was again edged out, but not before bagging a respectable €5,700 for 5th place.

All signs point to Josh being in top form. With a touch more luck, a tournament win seems just around the corner. As the WSOPC unfolds, Josh remains optimistic, hinting at more tournaments and fresh chances to secure that sought-after ring.

2023 WSOPC Tallinn €350 Event #3 Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Ajamaa Kaur Estonia €17,120*
2 Pihela (Sr) Igor Estonia €16,015*
3 Tocci Michele Italy €16,015*
4 Merida Tanel Estonia €7,400
5 Stewart Joshua James Ireland €5,700
6 Zabarauskas Vilius Lithuania €4,349
7 Kollandsrud Nils Norway €3,600
8 Ostrowski Dominik Poland €2,900
9 Pihela Evely Estonia €2,400

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