Han Feng Wins the 2024 WSOPC Hard Rock Tulsa Title

Last Updated on March 20, 2024 Author:Gabrielle Monet
Han Feng


  • Han Feng has won the 2024 World Series of Poker Circuit Hard Rock Tulsa $1,700 buy-in no-limit hold’em main event.
  • Feng scooped up his first WSOPC gold ring and a cash prize of $144,413.
  • The player bested 472 entries in total.

Han Feng, who is a resident of Houston, Texas, left behind a total of 472 participants who had entered the circuit.

His win helped him secure his first WSOP gold ring as well as $144,413 in top payout.

The cash prize marked his largest tournament score until now, going over the $119,048 he grabbed from the position of runner-up in a $1,100 buy-in event at the Venetian DeepStack Championship Poker Series in 2023.

In total, his current tournament earnings are close to $440,000.

“Hard to Explain”

Commenting on his big win, Feng said it was “hard to explain” and that he “just knew” he was going to win.

The player, who also earned 720 Care Player of the Year points for the same victory, said he believed he manifested the win into existence “in a way“.

While he was down to single-digit blinds several times during the tournament, he argued that he “got really fortunate in a couple of spots“, managing to “spun it a bunch.”

This is his second title in 2024 as well as his third final-table finish after he took down a $1,500 buy-in MoneyMaker Poker Tour event in Houston in January, taking home a payout of $54,100.

Thanks to the 1,096 total points he currently has, Feng is sitting on the edge of Global Poker’s prestigious top 75 in the POY standings.

The first 71 players didn’t go home empty-handed, but it was the first 12 finishers who scooped up a five-figure payout.

Eric Bunch exited first with $16,605), followed by Hector Aguilar-Gutierrez with $21,241 in the seventh position, Schuyler Thornton in sixth with $27,550

Brian Altman was defeated by the pocket kings of Jared Ward. The latter also kicked out Harvey Castro with $48,284, followed by Bryce Laymance in third.

Ultimately, Ward entered heads-up play with Feng, leading to the latter’s celebrations at the 2024 World Series of Poker Circuit Hard Rock Tulsa $1,700 buy-in no-limit hold’em main event.

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