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Natural8-WSOPC: schimmelgodx ships the MAIN EVENT for $1.2M; rubbherducky, waransan, Goblue also seize circuit rings; Isaac Haxton wins the $25K HR

On May 3rd, the World Series of Poker kicked off what promised to be the richest online event in history. 29 days of games, 18 circuit gold rings, and a staggering $ 100 million on the plate with all the action taking place at GG Network Natural8. Five days ago, the enormous guarantee was cracked. From then on, the prize pool surged until the last of the games completed earlier today.

And now the verdict, the WSOP Super Circuit Online Series paid out an incredible $ 129.8 million across 508 games. The final day was of course the busiest and the wealthiest with the last four rings seized, 19 side games won, and over $ 20.4 million in prizes awarded.

MAIN EVENT champion “schimmelgodx” shipped the mother lode seven figure first prize, player “rubbherducky” won the PLO Main Event, “waransan” championed the Monster Stack, and closing out the series was player “Goblue” who bagged The Closer event.

Goblue also earned enough points to slightly edge Chi Jen Chu “PetitFoxx” for the WSOP Ring Event leaderboard win. Goblue will receive a seat to the $ 1,000,000 Freeroll World Series of Poker global Casino Championship (bracelet event).

Other final day big winners were Isaac Haxton who took down the lone $ 25K High Roller event for $ 456.7K, Dario Sammartino, and Matthias Eibinger. All final day winners provided below.

WSOPC Ring Event #15: Monster Stack – waransan – $ 92,965.68

The first ring event of the final day was Ring Event #15: Monster Stack offering up a $ 500K guarantee. This was the fourth event of its kind and it turned out to be the biggest as 5,216 stepped up to bat. With each entry at $ 200, it created a prize pool of $ 959,744. It took fifteen and a half hours to complete. The final three players reached a deal then battled for the coveted ring. Emerging victorious was player “waransan”, overcoming both opponents.

WSOPC Ring Event #15: Monster Stack
WSOPC Ring Event #15: Monster Stack

Buy in: $ 200
Guarantee: $ 500,000
Entries: 5,216
Prize pool: $ 959,744
ITM: 863 places

WSOPC Ring Event #15: Monster Stack

Final table payouts

1st waransan – Germany – $ 92,965.68 (deal)
2nd DameDolla – Germany – $ 88,153.32 (deal)
3rd geladinhaRLS – Brazil – $ 113,897.94 (deal)
4th icho – Austria – $ 44,386
5th HowdyTeexas – Canada – $ 30,522
6th Laolalo – Israel – $ 20,989
7th Beishadezhu2 – China – $ 14,433
8th MisterPro – India – $ 9,925
9th potamophobia – Canada – $ 6,825

Picking up the action from the final table, player “icho” brought in the largest stack trailed closely by waransan. After potamophobia doubled up Beishadezhu2, potamophobia  (9th) became the first casualty falling to HowdyTeexas. It took 20 minutes to see another player join the rail with waransan delivering MisterPro (8th) the bad news. Several minutes later, waransan claimed a second, eliminating Beishadezhu2 (7th) with a set of kings over top pair.

HowdyTeexas matched waransan in scalps, dusting LaoLalo  (6th) next by cracking pocket aces with pocket queens turned set. However, HowdyTeexas’s rise was fleeting, immediately sent packing by DameDolla with a commanding kings over ten-nine suited. At four remaining, geladinhaRLS grabbed a double off icho with ace-king dominating ace-queen. geladinhaRLS shipped another double with ace-king once again prevailing to waransan’s ace-queen. The hot running geladinhaRLS proceeded to eliminate icho (4th) to take the chip lead for the first time.

WSOPC Ring Event #15: Monster Stack
WSOPC Ring Event #15: Monster Stack

Several hands in, the final three players reached a deal then played for the ring. Waransan grinded down both players, scooping numerous pots without a showdown to eventually regain the lead. From there, waransan railed geladinhaRLS (3rd). The first all in of heads up was on a board 8s2s7d with waransan 10s7h mid pair slightly ahead of DameDolla’s As6s draw. The turn 6d and river 4h didn’t produce the outs DameDolla needed to fall in 2nd place and award waransan the WSOPC ring.

WSOPC Ring Event #17: MAIN EVENT – schimmelgodx – $ 1,271,217.69

The highlight of the series was none other than the WSOPC MAIN EVENT. A week leading up to it, famed players began flooding the virtual felt, each one looking to capture the prestigious title. Four days before the start of the final day, the initial $ 5 million guarantee was breached. And after all the Day 1 heats completed, 9,779 was the count at $ 1,000 each for a tremendous pot worth $ 9,290,050.

After twelve and a half hours, coming out very rich and victorious was player “schimmelgodx” overcoming a 3:1 deficit at heads up against Biereux. schimmelgodx shipped the lone seven figure $ 1,271,217.69 first prize. In fact, schimmelgodx was interested in discussing a deal both when behind and when in the lead, however, Biereux was hunting for the whole shebang. After two double ups, the tides shifted, on the third showdown, schimmelgodx took the lead and never relinquished.

WSOPC Ring Event #17: MAIN EVENT
WSOPC Ring Event #17: MAIN EVENT

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 5,000,000
Entries: 9,779
Prize pool: $ 9,290,050
Final Day qualifiers: 1,494
ITM: 1,196

WSOPC Ring Event #17: MAIN EVENT
WSOPC Ring Event #17: MAIN EVENT

Final table payouts

1st schimmelgodx – Germany – $ 1,271,217.69
2nd Biereux – Canada – $ 885,746.81
3rd Igutu – India – $ 617,164.03
4th Juan Pardo Dominguez – UK – $ 430,022.47
5th tepuseenFD – Uruguay – $ 299,627.33
6th CoRoNaTi – Germany – $ 208,771.57
7th MaillouL – Canada – $ 145,466.38
8th wy77 – Singapore – $ 101,356.30
9th Gius2020 – Indonesia – $ 70,622.03

Briefly recapping the final table action, Juan Pardo Dominguez looked to be the player to beat, bringing in the largest stack to the final table. Dominguez continued to balloon by railing Gius2020 (9th). Biereux eliminated wy77 (8th) with pocket queens dominating pocket fives then lost a chunk of it to schimmelgodx when pocket eights fell flat to pocket queens. Next showdown, CoRoNaTi railed MaillouL (7th) then was scalped by Igutu. Schimmelgodx doubled up again, this time through Igutu. Schimmelgodx nearly met the rail against tepuseenFD with nine behind tens, however, two nines turned up for quads to double up for a third time.

WSOPC Ring Event #17: MAIN EVENT
WSOPC Ring Event #17: MAIN EVENT

Biereux sent tepuseenFD (5th) crashing on a a lucky runner runner trips to bounce out top pair. From there, the chip lead moved from player to player. Dominguez (4th) fell to Igutu when ace-queen spades suited was out flipped by ace-three off suit with four clubs showing up. Igutu’s ace was a club. Igutu was then railed by Biereux to reach heads up. After a twenty minute final battle that saw schimmelgodx double up three times, the ring was locked in on the fourth showdown.

For players Biereux and Igutu, their deep finish earned them top rank in the Natural8 Daily Leaderboard for their respective regions.

In addition to the finalists, among the top 100 in the money were Artur Martirosian (12th), Alexandros Kolonias (19th), Joao Vieira (31st), Daniel Dvoress (32nd), PetitFoxx (77th), Isaac Haxton (94th), and Alex Foxen (95th).

WSOPC Ring Event #16: PLO MAIN EVENT – rubbherducky – $ 362,618.93

More than a week before the final day of Ring Event #16: PLO Main Event, players were already in for a handsome pot. The $ 1 million guarantee was breached with plenty more daily entry heats to help boost it further. When the last ones completed, 2,640 entered for a pot worth $ 2,508,000.

After nearly ten hours, rubbherducky went on a knockout spree, railing four players at the final table to bring home the gold and $ 362,618.93 along with it.

WSOPC Ring Event #16: PLO MAIN EVENT
WSOPC Ring Event #16: PLO MAIN EVENT

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 1,000,000
Entries: 2,640
Prize pool: $ 2,508,000
Final Day qualifiers: 400
ITM: 368 places

The final day opened with Andras Nemeth leading the 400 qualifiers trailed by Fedor Holz in second rank. Both players went on to cash, though quite far from the final table. Other players in the money were Gavin Cochrane (30th) and Guo Dong (60th).

WSOPC Ring Event #16: PLO MAIN EVENT
WSOPC Ring Event #16: PLO MAIN EVENT

Final table payouts

1st rubbherducky – Canada – $ 362,618.93
2nd Love2Spew – Mexico – $ 260,724.65
3rd jellopy77 – Canada – $ 187,463.46
4th RunItOncePls – New Zealand – $ 134,787.94
5th QuarantinPlaya – Canada – $ 96,913.63
6th LemonRanger – Canada – $ 69,681.77

Player rubbherducky entered the final table of six with a sizable lead. First out was LemonRanger (6th), busted by jellopy77. Rubbherducky bumped QuarantinPlaya (5th) next with a straight besting queens, but then lost a portion of it by doubling up Love2Spew. Rubbherducky quickly recovered the chips by bouncing out RunitOncePls (4th) to leave three on the hunt. Rubbherducky claimed a third victim in jellopy77 (3rd) with a straight emptying out kings. Heads up was very lopsided. Rubbherducky way ahead 13:1 against Love2Spew. The final hand quickly arrived with eights and nines two pair over sixes and nines lower two pair.

WSOPC Ring Event #16: PLO MAIN EVENT

WSOPC Ring Event #18: The Closer – Goblue – $ 168,276.75

2,405 entered Ring Event #18: The Closer $500K GTD (Turbo) each one hoping to own the last WSOP circuit gold ring on the plate. After thirteen hours, the happy player was Goblue who used up three bullets to complete the deed. Goblue defeated PokerGuy21 at heads up to earn the shine and $ 168,276.75.

WSOPC Ring Event #18: The Closer
WSOPC Ring Event #18: The Closer

Buy in: $ 500
Guarantee: $ 500,000
Entries: 2,405
Prize pool: $ 1,142,375
ITM: 395 places

WSOPC Ring Event #18: The Closer
WSOPC Ring Event #18: The Closer

Final table payouts

1st Goblue – Mexico – $ 168,276.75
2nd Pokerguy21 – Canada – $ 119,951.65
3RD YallaHabibi – Canada – $ 85,505.74
4TH AndyAtTheBike – Canada – $ 60,951.41
5th Pato Negro – Hungary – $ 43,448.29
6th HossaBessa – Poland – $ 30,971.38
7th Clyde1848 – Germany – $ 22,077.42
8th lovemestinky – Isle of Man – $ 15,737.58
9th Mustlaaaveit – Canada – $ 11,218.23

Entering the final table, high roller player AndyAtTheBike was in command with a stack that dwarfed everyone else’s except Goblue. However that changed when AndyAtTheBike booted out two players to amass an even larger stack. Then the leader’s run went cold. The remaining players began to shave off portions of the big stack with Goblue capitalizing the most. AndyAtTheBike fell in fourth place. PokerGuy21 railed YallaHabibi  (3rd) to face Goblue at heads up with a slight advantage.

It didn’t take much for the lead to switch. Goblue went on to close it out with kings holding against ace-eight off suit.

Final Day side event results

Single largest tournament winner: Isaac Haxton – $ 456,764.45

Isaac Haxton joined the WSOPC in the final week and left it a big winner after capturing the WSOPC Series: $25K High Roller event. Unlike many of his opponents, his second bullet was the charm. He defeated Linus Loeliger at heads up to bank the $ 456,764.45 first prize and a first WSOPC win. This was the single largest side tournament payout of the final day.

Isaac Haxton
Isaac Haxton

Buy in: $ 25,000
Guarantee: $ 1,000,000
Entries: 60
Prize pool: $ 1,470,000
ITM: 8 places

Payouts

1st Isaac Haxton – Canada – $ 456,764.45
2nd Linus Loeliger – Austria – $ 287,450.12
3rd deepdarkwood – Canada – $ 217,470.47
4th Sub_Zero – Croatia – $ 164,527.25
5th Alexandros Kolonias – Greece – $ 124,473.13
6th Almedin Imsirovic – Canada – $ 94,170.11
7th Artur Martirosian – Russia – $ 71,244.43
8th George Wolff – Canada – $ 53,900.04

WSOPC Series: $10K High Roller – Matthias Eibinger – $ 198,735.16

Matthias Eibinger claimed his first WSOPC series title at the $ 10K High Roller event. Eibinger topped the 84 entry field, denying Dario Sammartino a second title.

Matthias Eibinger
Matthias Eibinger

Buy in: $ 10,000
Guarantee: $ 750,000
Entries: 84
Prize pool: $ 814,800
ITM: 11 places

Payouts

1st Matthias Eibinger – Austria – $ 198,735.16
2nd Dario Sammartino – Austria – $ 151,387.06
3rd pDNA – UK – $ 115,319.62
4th Linus Loegliger – Austria – $ 87,845.13
5th Jacob Schindler – Canada – $ 66,916.34
6th Nator – Mexico – $ 50,973.72
7th Isaac Baron – Mexico – $ 38,829.45
8th Timothy Adams – Canada – $ 29,578.46
9th George Wolff – Canada – $ 26,767.56
10th Alexandros Kolonias – Greece – $ 24,223.75
11th Almedin Imsirovic – Canada – $ 24,223.75

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller – Dario Sammartino

As for Dario Sammartino, despite missing the mark at the $ 10K event, he still pulled out a victory at one of the $ 5K High Roller events. Sammartino triumphed over 112 runners to ship $ 121,843.29. Combined with the runner up money above worth $ 151,387.06, Sammartino collected a hefty $ 273,230.35.

Dario Sammartino
Dario Sammartino

Buy in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 400,000
Entries: 112
Prize pool: $ 532,000
ITM: 15 places

Final table payouts

1st Dario Sammartino – Austria – $ 121,843.29
2nd Samuel Vousden – Finland – $ 91,744.30
3rd Alex Foxen – Canada – $ 69,080.73
4th Pascal Hartmann – Austria – $ 52,015.71
5th Matthias Eibinger – Austria – $ 39,166.26
6th Alexandros Kolonias – Greece – $ 29,490.99
7th Timothy Adams – Canada – $ 22,205.83
8th cliffbooth – Mexico – $ 16,720.33
9th Trashdawg – Albania – $ 14,748.26

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller – Laurynas Levinskas – $ 95,443.37

With the exception of Kristen Bicknell, everyone in the money needed at least two bullets to go deep. For winner Laurynas Levinskas, it was the second bullet bringing in the win and the $ 95,443.37 first prize. Levinskas topped the 58 entry field, defeating Trashdawag at heads up.

Laurynas Levinskas

Buy in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 250,000
Entries: 58
Prize pool: $ 275,500
ITM: 7 places

Payouts

1st Laurynas Levinskas – Croatia – $ 95,443.37
2nd Trashdawg – Albania – $ 58,329.65
3rd David Peters – Canada – $ 42,108.05
4th Jacob Schindler – Canada – $ 30,397.70
5th Kristen Bicknell – Canada – $ 21,944.04
6th Pascal Hartmann – Austria – $ 15,841.36
7th Jonathan Van Fleet – Canada – $ 11,435.83

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller – Kristen Bicknell – $ 88,387.40

122 heavy hitters fueled the pot $ 5K each to breach the half a million guarantee. Down to the final four, Isaac Baron was commanding the chase. Kristen Bicknell had the shortest stack and was in danger of elimination. She was all in with ace-three, Alex Foxen covered her with ace-nine, however, both of her cards paired up to stay in the running. Baron eliminated Amichai Barer with jack-ten pairing up the ten on the river to dust ace-two suited. The final three players struck a deal then flipped it for the final placing. Bicknell won it while Baron came out richer.

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

Buy in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 500,000
Entries: 122
Prize pool: $ 579,500
ITM: 17 places

Final table payouts

1st Kristen Bicknell – Canada – $ 88,387.40
2nd Alex Foxen – Canada – $ 99,929.86
3rd Isaac Baron – Mexico – $ 108,820.35
4th Amichai Barer – Canada – $ 55,909.17
5th Michael Addamo – Canada – $ 42,529.38
6th DanBiz – Poland – $ 32,351.51
7th dnegking – Canada – $ 24,609.33
8th Adiemeerci – Austria – $ 18,719.99
9th Andras Nemeth – Hungary – $ 14,240.05

WSOPC Series: $5K Omaha – Andras Nemeth – $ 76,998.40

WSOPC Series: $5K Omaha - Andras Nemeth
WSOPC Series: $5K Omaha – Andras Nemeth

Buy in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 150,000
Entries: 38
Prize pool: $ 180,500
ITM: 5 places

Payouts

1st Andras Nemeth – Hungary – $ 76,998.40
2nd Andreas Torbergsen – Norway – $ 45,494.62
3rd coronita – Germany – $ 28,636.32
4th Magicmaster69 – Hungary – $ 18,024.96
5th 20BigWhale20 – Andorra – $ 11,345.70

From small to BIG

On the low end of the buy in scale we have plenty of players racing to the top to bag the win and the large prizes attached. The $ 50 Sunday Main dragged in the highest numbers with 3,507 charging in. After a grueling half a day’s work, the final three players struck a deal with Twinner continuing on to victory turning $ 50 to an $ 18K payday.

WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Main – Twinner – $ 18,018.94

Buy in: $ 50
Guarantee: $ 125,000
Entries: 3,507
Prize pool: $ 161,322
ITM: 575 places
Winner: Twinner – Russia – $ 18,018.94 (deal)
2nd 88PRO – UK – $ 17,118.77 (deal)
3rd FackingLaag – Romania – $ 15,662.11 (deal)

WSOPC Series: $88 Sunday Special

Bad turn of events for player F#A# who led at heads up against Suryoyo18 but lost it all on a disconnection. F#A# attempted to reconnect but failed. Still both players received very healthy payouts turning their $ 88 to over $ 20K.

Buy in: $ 88
Guarantee: $ 125,000
Entries: 2,488
Prize pool: $ 201,428.48
ITM: 413 places
Winner: Suryoyo18 – Liechtenstein – $ 29,559.72
2nd F#A# – Russia – $ 21,070.46

WSOPC Series: $55 Sunday Special

Buy in: $ 55
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 2,852
Prize pool: $ 144,311.20
ITM: 467 places
1st Bekuar Shqiptari – Albania – $ 13,078.66 (deal)
2nd GameB.T1GHT.j/k – Canada – $ 12,426.76 (deal)
3rd DzmitryP – Russia – $ 16,208.03 (deal)
4th BET_BET_CHECK – Russia – $ 11,924.63 (deal)

WSOPC Series: $33 Sunday Special

The $ 33 Sunday Special drew 2,744 which was nearly double its average daily turnout. For this, it ensured a first prize payout of five figures. YouareFaceup navigated through the harsh climb to claim the victory, turning $ 33 into $ 12,817.14.

Buy in: $ 33
Guarantee: $ 65,000
Entries: 2,744
Prize pool: $ 83,307.84
ITM: 431 places
Winner: YouareFaceup – Croatia – $ 12,187.14

WSOPC Series: $84 Bounty Special

Buy in: $ 84
Guarantee: $ 80,000
Entries: 1,812
Prize pool: $ 144,960
ITM: 260 places
Winner: GanhadorDeFazenda – Brazil – $ 19,140.98 (includes $ 8,217.79 in bounties)

Other Results

WSOPC Series: $2.5K

Buy in: $ 2,500
Guarantee: $ 150,00
Entries: 88
Prize pool: $ 209,000
ITM: 13 places

Final table payouts

1st AkrasiaA – Canada – $ 49,530.97
2nd Pascal Lefrancois – Canada – $ 37,511.09
3rd Jacob Schindler – Canada – $ 28,408.13
4th BIGfcknNIT – Canada – $ 21,514.23
5th starchik – Russia – $ 16,293.28
6th Alex Foxen – Canada – $ 12,339.33
7th Andras Nemeth – Hungary – $ 9,344.89
8th rubbherducky – Canada – $ 7,077.13
9th Rollpounder – Singapore – $ 6,080.95

WSOPC Series: $1K – Beishadezhu2 – $ 56,245.63

Beishadezhu2
Beishadezhu2

Great day for WSOPC Series side winner Beishadezhu2 who topped the 226 entry field of the $ 1K event. Beishadezhu2 earned $ 41,812.63 for the achievement. In addition, Beishadezhu2 finished 7th at the Monster Stack ring event for $ 14,433 to take home a combined $ 56,245.63.

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 226
Prize pool: $ 214,700
ITM: 31 places

Final table payouts

1st Beishadezhu2 – China – $ 41,812.63
2nd Amichai Barer – Canada – $ 31,238.27
3rd getaxc56 – Brazil – $ 23,338.21
4th brynkenneyAA – UK – $ 17,436.04
5th y-chengfeng – China – $ 13,026.53
6th Bot Marley – Croatia – $ 9,732.15
7th ronaldo nazario – Andorra – $ 7,270.92
8th UgotKantchanned – Brazil – $ 5,432.14
9th ninoboys80 – Albania – $ 4,058.36

WSOPC Series: $1K

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 195
Prize pool: $ 185,250
ITM: 27 places

Final table payouts

1st bh9999 – Canada – $ 36,426
2nd MenNguyen88 – Vietnam – $ 27,791.26
3rd MoreChzPlz – Canada – $ 21,203.45
4th Karaage.Chicken – Thailand – $ 16,177.25
5th YallaHabibi – Canada – $ 12,342.48
6th mezcal – Canada – $ 9,416.73
7th SirLuisao – Malta – $ 7,184.53
8th brynkenneyAA – UK – $ 5,481.47
9th Pascal Hartmann – Austria – $ 4,182.10

WSOPC Series: $500 Sunday Main

Buy in: $ 500
Guarantee: $ 250,000
Entries: 1,249
Prize pool: $ 593,725
ITM: 170 places
Winner: zufo16 – Mexico – $ 93,755.82
2nd Machenzzio – Mexico – $ 68,037.90

WSOPC Series: $500 Omaha

Buy in: $ 500
Guarantee: $ 75,000
Entries: 286
Prize pool: $ 135,850
ITM: 39 places
Winner: everyhand – Finland – $ 25,906.74

WSOPC Series: $125 Sunday Special

Buy in: $ 125
Guarantee: $ 125,00
Entries: 1,880
Prize pool: $ 216,200
ITM: 305 places
Winner: Tankanza – Austria – $ 30,599.09 (deal)
2nd SrxAidoGordonCheat – Austria – $ 25,155.81 (deal)

WSOPC Series: $250 Sunday Special

Buy in: $ 250
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 1,097
Prize pool: $ 252,310
ITM: 179 places
Winner: Heyzeus – Albania – $ 36,241.44 (deal)
2nd FeelsGTOman – Germany – $ 28,494.95 (deal)
3rd 2gbenz – Canada – $ 26,802.69 (deal)

WSOPC Series: $100

Buy in: $ 100
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 1,476
Prize pool: $ 135,792
ITM: 251 places
Winner: fish7676 – Israel – $ 15,044.11 (deal)
2nd Overkick3000 – Germany – 14,577.20 (deal)
3rd newfish2020 – China – $ 16,725.11 (deal)

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Triccia David

Triccia David

Triccia David has long experience as a recreational poker player and has been covering poker events since 2010 for numerous outfits. She spent a year working part time with Poker Portal Asia and later became the editor and writer for all event coverage of the Philippine Poker Tour (PPT). Under the PPT, she overlooked content for their website, and produced live updates on all their events. In addition, she served as the live blogger for several other major events in the Philippines. Currently, she is in charge of events reporting for Somuchpoker.

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