Zach Gensler doesn’t have a WPT title, WSOP bracelet, or impressive Hendon Mob profile to his name, but he loves the game of poker and wants to go down as part of the game’s history.
In June he will be attempting to break Phil Laak’s Guinness World Record for longest continuous poker session by playing cash games for 120 hours straight.
While Wilmington, Delaware isn’t exactly bursting at the seams with Vegas-style megaresorts, the Casino at Delaware Park has definitely put the city on poker players’ maps. The casino is looking to make an even bigger name for itself by attempting to break the Guinness World Record for Longest Continuous Poker Tournament ever held this Saturday.
Phil Laak has been playing poker for an unthinkable 80+ straight hours over the last few days, achieving a personal goal of having his name enshrined in the Guinness Book of World Records