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Natural8 – WSOPC: ‘BlaireauEnColere’ Wins Ring Event Big $500, Lestor Edoc 4th; ‘274AS’ Ships Monster Stack WSOPC Title

This Sunday was another jam-packed action session for the online poker scene with the WSOPC currently running on the Natural8 – GGNetwork. Results are in for two ring events of the series, the Big $500 $2M GTD and the Monster Stack $500K GTD awarding players a combined total of over $4M in prize winnings just for these two major tournaments.

More consistent winners are also building their bankrolls by taking down smaller field but fairly high priced events. Japan’s ‘Emperor Jimmu’ alone impressively took down the $25K High Roller event and came in runner-up for the $10K High Roller making him the biggest winner for the day bagging over $600K in prizes.

Albania’s ‘Themattedmongrel’ can also be constantly spotted in final tables of various events in the series. This weekend alone, the prominent online player agreed to a heads-up deal for the two $5K High Roller events allowing him to scoop up a sweet $177K in scores.

As points are tallied daily for the leaderboards, participants in the run for the Player of the Series title and an invitation to the $1,000,000 freeroll World Series of Poker Global Casino Championship official bracelet event are still up for more chances in the coming weeks. With 20 days to go, 13 more WSOP Circuit Ring Events are lined up for the schedule ready to shower players with whopping cash prizes.

The $1,000 Main Event with $5M GTD and $25K High Roller Championship with $10M are also coming up with the final day to be held on the 31st and the 17th respectively.

‘BlaireauEnColere’ Wins Event #5: Big $500 $2M GTD ($ 330,411) – Lester Edoc Takes 4th

Another successful major tournament has recently concluded with Brazil’s ‘BlaireauEnColere’ emerging victorious for a massive $ 330,411 score. The fifth ring event of the series once again shattered its guaranteed prize pool of $2M pushing it to as high as $ 3,465,125. With players all over the world jumping in the game, a total of 7,295 entries were recorded with only 1,084 qualifying for the final day. Familiar names joined in the action with GGPoker ambassadors Felipe Ramos and Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier falling short and settling for the top 100 players.

Seven hours of play was what it took for the tournament to finally reach its final table with Lester “mon$terDad” Edoc in for the chip lead and “BlaireauEnColere” following right after. It didn’t take long to make the game short-handed as “CarneAmigo”, “Dosobyc”, “THE EPIDEMICS” and “Kevin Pu” busted in rapid succession. “Goldig” followed a half hour after his flopped set got outdrawn for a turn boat which sent him to settle for 5th place. Filipino pro Edoc was now left to battle three other Brazilians but inevitably ran pocket Jacks to the almighty Ace-King and was sent to the rail for a nice profit of $ 159,979.

Lester Edoc

Almost an hour ensued until a deal was discussed and agreed upon awarding each player over $300K. Shortly after, Brazilian “BlaireauEnColere” who got the least payout among the three was crowned $330,411 as well as the coveted WSOPC Ring and an invitation to the Global Championship games.

Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 “BlaireauEnColere” Brazil $330,411*
2 “pfckb” Brazil $369,742*
3 “Neto 10” Brazil $362,695*
4 Lester “mon$terDad” Edoc Hong Kong $159,979
5 “Goldig” Malasyia $110,040
6 Kevin Pu China $75,649
7 THE EPIDEMICS Brazil $52,021
8 Dosobyc Lithuania $35,773
9 CarneAmigo Argentina $24,599

Reflect 3-way deal

“274AS” Ships Monster Stack WSOPC Title ($ 134,909)

The fourth headline event of the series being the Monster Stack $500K GTD was also a highly anticipated tournament of the festival given its more play involved format. The event attracted a total of 5,155 entries with each posting an affordable buy-in of $200 to double its guarantee in value bringing it up to $ 948,520.

Luxembourg’s “247AS” dominated the large field and steadily climbed up the chip ranks during end game putting him in a healthy position once the final table was reached. Coming in with the chip lead was Germany’s “rocksolid03” who fell short and settled for fourth place money of $ 43,866. With three decent stacks left in the game, it was just a matter of time until United Kingdom’s “Kroat” lost momentum and was eliminated.

Down to the heads-up battle, it definitely seemed that “247AS” was in a different zone as he made a key call with pocket threes against opponent’s “Fedor Kruse” bluff with nothing. Up for a nice lead, the match did not take long to end with 247AS finishing the job and taking down the WSOPC Monster Stack Title and a cool profit of $ 134,909.

Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize Money
1 “274AS” Luxembourg $134,909
2 “Fedor Kruse” Austria $92,767
3 “Kroat.” United Kingdom $63,792
4 “rocksolid03” Germany $43,866
5 “Snow’s Crazy Aye?” Canada $30,165
6 “WiskyGold” Brazil $20,743
7 “kingshark.poker” United Arab Emirates $14,264
8 “kooler” Hong Kong $9,809
9 “Golgoth9th” Thailand $6,745

Big Scores for Japan’s ‘Emperor Jimmu’ and Albania’s ‘Themattedmongrel’

Skilled online player ‘Emperor Jimmu’ banked the biggest profits of the day after shipping the $25K High Roller event and running second in the $10K High Roller event as well.

Emperor Jimmu – Source Sharkscope

Putting in a bigger investment for a smaller field of players paid off extremely well for this player as he bagged a total of $ 613,327.45 in winnings. The impressive win is sure to put ‘Emperor Jimmu’ in any game he wishes to play in the upcoming events for the series.

WSOPC Series: $25K High Roller

Buy-in: $ 25,000
Guarantee: $ 1,000,000
Entries: 54
Prize pool: $ 1,323,000
ITM: 7 places

Full Payouts
1st Emperor Jimmu – Japan – $ 458,335.93
2nd Karalius – Croatia – $ 280,109.39
3rd PagoPagoPago – Canada – $ 202,210.36
4th great poker – Croatia – $ 145,975.18
5th Jadeito – UK – $ 105,379.19
6th ClownUpGuy69 – Croatia – $ 76,073.02
7th Richard Reid – Canada – $54,916.93

WSOPC Series: $10K High Roller
Buy-in: $ 10,000
Guarantee: $ 750,000
Entries: 86
Prize pool: $ 834,200
ITM: 11 places

Payouts
1st AlwaysWithNuts – Russia – $ 203,466.94
2nd Emperor Jimmu – Japan – $ 154,991.52
3rd TheProfessional – Canada – $ 118,065.32
4th Sense8 – Austria – $ 89,936.68
5th Jisssses – Hungary – $ 68,509.59

Albania’s ‘Themattedmongrel’ takes down two $5K High Roller

Another notable winner was Albania’s ‘Themattedmongrel’ who beasted two $5K High Roller events making a heads-up deal for both. Ranking in second for one, ‘Themattedmongrel’ raked a total of $ 177,006.45 in scores and similarly made a healthy profit for a single weekend.

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

Buy-in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 400,000
Entries: 103
Prize pool: $ 489,250
ITM: 15 places

Payouts
1st Themattedmongrel – Albania – $ 99,656.39*
2nd great poker – Croatia – $ 96,767.90*
3rd Tim0thee – Finland – $ 63,539.60
4th ninoboys80 – Albania – $ 47,835.88
5th porsche911sp – $ 36,018.97
*Denotes deal was made

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

Buy-in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 250,000
Entries: 54
Prize pool: $ 256,500
ITM: 7 places

Full Payouts
1st The_Answer – Mexico – $ 65,817.92*
2nd Themattedmongrel – Albania – $ 77,350.06*
3rd WooKah – Germany – $ 39,204.04
4th jueeeepucha – Mexico – $ 28,301.31
5th danludan – Russia – $ 20,430.66

Other Winners

Canada’s ‘ChilaxChuck’ likewise pocketed a paycheck of over $100K after taking down a $5K High Roller and besting a field of 108 players.

Jumping in a bigger field, ‘TheMadQueen’ rose as the overall champion for the WSOPC Series: $500 Sunday Main cashing in for a sweet $ 76,448.93. $5K Omaha event winner ‘realphgfnd’ also earned himself a title and a five-figure score of $ 97,088.95.

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

Buy-in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 500,000
Entries: 108
Prize pool: $ 513,000
ITM: 15 places

Payouts
1st ChilaxChuck – Canada – $ 117,491.73
2nd Gabi OOGNA – Austria – $ 88,467.72
3rd Sense8 – Austria – $ 66,613.56
4th MR.alligetor -Albania – $ 50,158.01
5th HowieG – Canada – $ 37,767.47

WSOPC Series: $500 Sunday Main
Buy-in: $ 500
Guarantee: $ 250,000
Entries: 978
Prize pool: $ 464,550
ITM: 134 places

Final Table Payouts
1st TheMadQueen – Canada – $ 76,448.93
2nd Bluffin4Bitties – Lebanon – $ 55,478.46
3rd DownswingPeters – UK – $ 40,260.69
4th ta_ma_de – Canada – $ 29,217.17
5th einelinie. – Germany – $ 21,202.89
6th BigGogi – Germany – $ 11,166.34
7th PuntSonPunt – Czech Republic – $ 11,166.34
8th Biereux – Canada – $ 8,103.37
9th SpeedMoreSpeed – Austria – $ 5,880.64

WSOPC Series: $5K Omaha
Buy-in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 150,000
Entries: 59
Prize pool: $ 280,250
ITM: 7 places

Payouts
1st realphgfnd – Norway – $ 97,088.95
2nd RamboMozart – Austria – $ 59,335.34
3rd BailaMorena – Austria – $ 42,834.05
4th CoRoNaTi – Germany – $ 30,921.80
5th SasukeUchiha – Canada – $ 22,322.38

WSOPC Series: $2.5K
Buy-in: $ 2,500
Guarantee: $ 150,000
Entries: 78
Prize pool: $ 185,250
ITM: 11 places
Winner: Golden snitch – UK – $ 45,183.74

WSOPC Series: $1K
Buy-in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 160
Prize pool: $ 152,000
ITM: 23 places
Winner: UGLNKDGUY – Finland – $ 30,603.34

WSOPC Series: $1K
Buy-in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 165
Prize pool: $ 156,750
ITM: 23 places
Winner: TEET1ME – Canada – $ 31,559.70

Ring Event Leader Board

No change the top of the Ring Event Leader Board standings. Taiwan’s Chi Jen Chu username PetitFoxx sits at the top. PetitFoxx shipped the WSOPC Ring Event #3: Deepstack Bounty Hunters. TheMadQueen (Ring Event #1 winner) and JuanMartinDelPotro54 (Ring Event #2 winner) are ranked second and third.

Top 10 players

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 PetitFoxx Singapore 72.50 $0.01
2 TheMadQueen Canada 60.00 $0.01
3 JuanMartinDelPotro54 Argentina 57.50 $0.01
4 BlaireauEnColere Brazil 55.00 $0.01
5 274AS Luxembourg 55.00 $0.01
6 Igutu India 50.00 $0.01
7 tiredfella Poland 47.50 $0.01
8 Fedor Kruse Austria 47.50 $0.01
9 mon$terDad Hong Kong 42.50 $0.01
10 Neto 10 Brazil 42.50 $0.01

$10,000 Daily Leaderboard

Natural8 is running exclusive leaderboards with up to $300,000 in prizes. There are 7 leaderboards in total, categorized based on location: South East Asia (SEA) / Hong Kong / Japan / Brazil / DACH / CIS + Ukraine / Rest of the World (ROW).

May 10 Winners:

SEA

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 Goldig Malaysia 1,455.37 $988.00
2 DingZhu88 Malaysia 309.83 $488.00
3 Tun M Malaysia 281.43 $388.00
4 OMGItsMe Indonesia 244.18 $288.00
5 AfternoonAA Singapore 235.43 $118.00

Hong Kong

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 kooler Hong Kong 516.50 $588.00
2 Peleus34 Hong Kong 355.23 $288.00

Japan

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 urawapoy Japan 308.13 $688.00
2 kuroneko123 Japan 169.30 $388.00
3 shorta222 Japan 97.57 $168.00

Brazil

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 pfckb Brazil 2,001.11 $688.00
2 Xapilskinha Brazil 633.05 $388.00
3 icamefromthestreets Costa Rica 463.98 $168.00

Dach

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 Fedor Kruse Austria 1,246.52 $688.00
2 CoRoNaTi Germany 835.75 $388.00
3 Johnny4Pleasure Germany 569.64 $168.00

CIS

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 BeautyRat Russian Federation 365.33 $688.00
2 Baguslife Russian Federation 277.47 $388.00
3 SAYak Russian Federation 163.30 $168.00

Rest of the World

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 Le Flaneur Canada 1,629.53 $988.00
2 TheMadQueen Canada 1,432.15 $488.00
3 realphgfnd Norway 1,173.56 $388.00
4 Ben Carson Canada 930.47 $288.00
5 Jesus Shuttlesworth Canada 813.31 $118.00

WSOPC Key Events

23 days of WSOPC events yet to be played. Key events to mark down:

· Event#8: $ 25,000 High Roller Championship
· $ 1,000 Main Event – $ 5 million GTD

Other Ring Events also include the BIG 500 and the infamous COLOSSUS both offering a $ 2 million guarantee.

Exclusive Natural8 promos for WSOPC Online Series

For Natural8 players, the online platform is offering several promos to boost your experience. Head to the site for the details.

· WSOP “Vegas Baby” – The first 5 players on Natural8 to win a WSOP Circuit Ring in the WSOP Super Circuit Online Series will each win a $ 15,000 package. Natural8 member TheMadQueen has already won one of the packages after shipping the WSOPC Ring Event #1: Covid Charity $1M GTD.

· WSOP $ 300K Daily Leaderboards

· WSOP Super Circuit Hero – Be the first to turn $1 into a ring to claim a $ 500,000 ambassadorship package which includes a package to WSOP Las Vegas.

Stay tuned to Somuchpoker as we bring you daily recaps of the ongoing WSOPC Online Series hosted on Natural8 until it concludes.

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Louis Hartwell

Louis Hartwell

Graduated in Media Communication at the University of Lausanne, Louis Hartman is a co-founder of somuchpoker.com. He began his career in Cambodia as freelance journalist. In same time he was making his living by playing poker every night at that time. Intense learner, he read dozens of poker strategy books to improve his skills during many years. With a strong interest about poker "behind the scene" in Asia and his communication skills, Louis launched Somuchpoker in 2014.

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