Young poker pro Paul Wasicka headed to the final table as chipleader of the main event at the World Series of Poker circuit stop at Harrah’s Tunica in Mississippi. When the smoke cleared he had nearly $140K and his first major title since winning the NBC National Heads-UP Championship in 2007.
But he’s not taking any time to savor the moment.
"It’s not going to stop for the next month," he said, "(I’m) heading to L.A. now and then I’m going to hit the circuits."
Be sure to pick up April’s issue of Ante Up in your local Southern poker room for complete coverage of Tunica’s WSOPC event.