Earlier this week, the Foxwoods Poker Classic wrapped up its $2,500 Championship Event, which passed its $300,000 GTD by drawing 183 entries and generating a prize pool over $400K.

Soukha Kachittavong capped off a great series by taking down the title and a $101,827 top prize.

It was Kachittavong’s fifth cash of the series, which included a win in Event #2: $300 NLH Big Stack for $16,376 and third in the $500 Six Max for $4,913.

The win brought Kachittavong’s lifetime earnings up to $1,275, 075, which puts him second on Rhode Island’s all-time money list behind Aram Zobian ($1,943,682).

It was the second-largest score of Kachittavong’s career after he won $127,637 for taking down the 2017 Borgata Spring Poker Open Event #1: $560 Deepstack Kick-Off.

2019 Foxwoods Poker Classic Final Table Results

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