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Natural8-WSOPC surpasses $100 million guarantee; “BaccaratKing” locks in a gold; Mikita Badziakouski, Jacob Schindler, & Nick Petrangelo bag firsts

After 24 days of nonstop action, the Word Series of Poker Super Circuit Online Series has reached and breached the promised $ 100 million guarantee. Being the first to guarantee nine figures, without challenge, the 29 day festival is the largest and richest online event in history. Five days of games remain. How high the overall prize pool will go has yet to be determined.

The WSOP Super Circuit Online Series got underway on May 3rd at GG Network Natural8 with the last of the games offered on May 31st. Out of the iconic 18 gold rings up for grabs, 14 have been claimed. To date, the ongoing festival has paid out a cumulative $ 101 million across 421 games.

Last night, BaccaratKing emerged as the newest gold winner after taking down the Deepstack Bounty Hunters ring event. At the side games, the biggest winners were Mikita Badziakouski and Jacob Schindler, both won a $10K High Roller event. We have those stories and more.

WSOPC Ring Event #14: Deepstack Bounty Hunters – BaccaratKing – $ 89,042.44

It took nearly 12 hours for the fourth and final installment of the Deepstack Bounty Hunters ring event to find its champion. Emerging victorious was BaccaratKing who was unmatched at the final table. BaccaratKing eliminated six opponents to clinch the WSOP’s circuit ring #14 along with a bundle worth $ 89,042.44.

WSOPC Ring Event #14: Deepstack Bounty Hunters
WSOPC Ring Event #14: Deepstack Bounty Hunters

Buy in: $ 210
Guarantee: $ 500,000
Entries: 3,463
Prize pool: $ 692,600
ITM: 575 places

Briefly recapping the final race to the gold, BaccaratKing entered the final table running second to tepuseenFD who denied I’mLucKy a final table berth.

WSOPC Ring Event #14: Deepstack Bounty Hunters- FT
WSOPC Ring Event #14: Deepstack Bounty Hunters- FT

The first bust was credited to tepuseenFD, the next one to BaccaratKing, the third one to tepuseenFD again, then the rest to BaccaratKing. Out in 3rd place was Natural8 member RunGood2323, falling to a flush. For the deep finish, RunGood2323 won the Natural8 Asia Daily Leaderboard for $ 988.

 WSOPC Ring Event #14: Deepstack Bounty Hunters - HU
WSOPC Ring Event #14: Deepstack Bounty Hunters – HU

At heads up, BaccaratKing led, tepuseenFD crunched it to near even but still couldn’t breach it. On the seventh heads up hand, tepuseenFD raised all in on the river with mid pair, BaccaratKing called with two pair to nail it shut and seize the ring.

Final table payouts

1st BaccaratKing – Mexico – $ 49,687.56 + $ 89,042.44 bounties = $ 89,042.44
2nd tepuseenFD – Uruguay – $ 34,874.10 + $ 12,012.48 bounties = $ 46,886.58
3rd RunGood2323 – Malaysia – $ 24,473.60 + $ 3,860.93 bounties = $ 28,334.53
4th GaoniAn97 – China – $ 17,174.81 + $ 2,220.31 bounties = $ 19,395.12
5th rung00se – India – $ 12,052.79 + $ 4,087.70 bounties = # 16,140.49
6th JakSkellington – Mexico – $ 8,458.30 + $ 650 bounties = $ 9,108.30
7th Cartman992 – Israel – $ 5,935.78 + $ 2,660.06 bounties = $ 8,595.84
8th stonecoldshark16 – Germany – $ 4,165.53 + $ 2,330.46 bounties = $ 6,495.99
9th Seiya2020 – China – $ 2,923.25 + $ 779.69 = $ 3,702.94

Update: WSOPC Ring Event #16: PLO MAIN EVENT $1M GTD

Only four gold rings left for the taking. One of the ring events is WSOPC Ring Event #16: PLO MAIN EVENT $1M GTD. The event has already surpassed its guarantee with a cumulative 1,519 entries at $ 1K each for $ 1,443,050. This number will continue to increase with 18 Day 1 heats remaining.

Among the 190 players that have secured a final day spot is GGPoker Ambassador Fedor Holz who is currently running second in chips. In the lead is Hungarian pro Andras Nemeth. Other notable players through to the final day are Isaac Baron, Laurynas Levinskas, Amichai Barer, Patrick Leonard “Babu$hka”, Lucas Greenwood, Gavin Cochrane, Guo Dong, Lester Edoc “mon$terDad”, and ring winner ShopChop96.

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 1,000,000
Final Day: June 1 @ 0300 (HKT)
Daily Day 1 heats: 18 remaining

Top 10 in chips

Update: WSOPC Ring Event #17: MAIN EVENT $5M GTD

Out of all the WSOPC events in the roster, the prestigious WSOPC Ring Event #17: MAIN EVENT $5M GTD is what everyone comes out for. A long list of notable players have already secured their final day spot.

Among the qualifiers were Bertrand “ElkY” Grospelier, Fedor Holz, Boris Becker, Henri Buehler, Alex Foxen, Kristen Bicknell, Mikita Badziakouski, Daniel Dvoress, Andras Nemeth, Adrian Mateos, Lucas Greenwood, Matthias Eibinger, Almedin Imsirovic, Michael Soyza, Thai Ha, George Wolff, Lauryn Levinskas, and 2019 WSOPE Main Event winner Alexandros Kolonias.

Series ring winners also making it through were Chi Jen Chu “PetitFoxx”, TheMadQueen, ChilaxChuck, BlaireauEnColere, ShopChop96, and 800-522-4700. COLOSSUS winner WhiteChick currently sits in second rank. Philippines’s Lester Edoc “mon$terDad” and UK’s Gavin Cochrane are among the top 10 in chips.

To qualify, 18 remaining daily Day 1 heats lead up to the event. Currently 5,057 entered with 708 through to the final day.

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 5,000,000
Final Day: June 1 @ 03:00 (HKT)
Daily Day 1 heats: 18 remaining

Top 10 in chips

Day 24 results

20 side games completed on Day 24, paying out nearly $ 2.9 million. As always, the high roller events were the costliest and the richest. At the low end events, a couple of players turned their small buy ins to five figure scores.

Top earner: Jacob Schindler – $ 374,000

Six days since entering the WSOPC, Jacob Schindler finally won one and cashed in three others to become the day’s wealthiest player. Schindler collected a whopping $ 374,066.09 across four events. Of the two $ 10K High Roller events offered, he entered the final table as one of the shortest, doubled up twice, then proceeded to ship it for $ 194.9K. This was his first series win. Schindler finished 2nd at the other $ 10K event for $ 158.4K.

Buy in: $ 10,000
Guarantee: $ 300,000
Entries: 58
Prize pool: $ 562,600
ITM: 7 places

Payouts

1st Jacob Schindler – Canada – $ 194,905.38
2nd dnegking – Canada – $ 119,115.30
3rd Lauryn Levinskas – Croatia – $ 85,989.07
4th Michael Addamo – Canada – $ 62,075.31
5th Vicent Bosca Ramon – UK – $ 44,812.04
6th Seth Davies – Canada – $ 32,349.72
7th Dan Smith – Canada – $ 23,353.18

Single Biggest Tournament Winner: Mikita Badziakouski – $ 209,191.21

Another first time winner at the series was Mikita Badziakouski who took down the other $ 10K High Roller event. Since this one drew a larger crowd of 91 entries, the prize pool amounted to $ 882,700. Badziakouski pocketed the single largest tournament payout of $ 209,191.21 denying Jacob Schindler a back to back.

Buy in: $ 10,000
Guarantee: $ 500,000
Entries: 91
Prize pool: $ 882,700
ITM: 13 places

Payouts

1st Mikita Badziakouski – Croatia – $ 209,191.21
2nd Jacob Schindler – Canada – $ 158,426.02
3rd Dan Smith – Canada – $ 119,980.20
4th AndyAtTheBike – Canada – $ 90,864.16
5th Wiktor Malinowski – Croatia – $ 68,813.79
6th Jonathan Van Fleet – Canada – $ 52,114.51
7th Felipe Ramos – Brazil – $ 39,467.63
8th Almedin Imsirovic – Canada – $ 29,889.89
9th oiltrader – Poland – $ 25,682.59
10th Adrian Mateos – UK – $ 22,067.50
11th George Wolff – Canada – $ 22,067.50
12th Artur Martirosian – Russia – $ 22,067.50
13th rickymartin – Canada – $ 22,067.50

A set of $5K High Roller champions: Nick Petrangelo, hella2a, and George Wolff

Another set of first time champions with Nick Petrangelo, hella2a, and George Wolff landing a $ 5K High Roller event. The event Petrangelo won drew the largest crowd of 116 entries to pay out six figures amounting to $ 120.7K.

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

Buy in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 200,000
Entries: 116
Prize pool: $ 551,000
ITM: 17 places

Final table payouts

1st Nick Petrangelo – Canada – $ 120,771.45
2nd Omoshiroi Sekai – Slovenia – $ 91,869.16
3rd 800-522-4700 – Costa Rica – $ 69,883.66
4th Vicent Bosca Ramon – UK – $ 53,159.54
5th Amichai Barer – Canada – $ 40,437.77
6th MotherDucker – Albania – $ 30,760.45
7th Sam Greenwoood – Canada – $ 23,399.04
8th lazyexpress – Albania – $ 17,79.33
9th Mikita Badziakouski – Croatia – $ 13,539.72

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

Player “hella2a” overcame the power couple – Kristen Bicknell and Alex Foxen – at three-handed to bring in the title and the $ 72.9K first prize.

Buy in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 125,000
Entries: 36
Prize pool: $ 171,000
ITM: 5 places

Payouts

1st hella2a – Canada – $ 72,945.84
2nd Kristen Bicknell – Canada – $ 43,100.17
3rd Alex Foxen – Canada – $ 27,129.15
4th Adrian Mateos – UK – $ 17,076.28
5th Jacob Schindler – UK – $ 10,748.56

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

It took two bullets for George Wolff to land his first WSOP circuit series win. Wolff triumphed over 34 runners to earn the $ 68.9K first prize.

Buy in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 150,000
Entries: 34
Prize pool: $ 161,500
ITM: 5 places

Payouts

1st George Wolff – Canada – $ 68,893.31
2nd dnegking – Canada – $ 40,705.71
3rd Sergi Reixach – Mexico – $ 25,621.97
4th Michael Addamo – Canada – $ 16,127.59
5th Alex Foxen – Canada – $ 10,151.42

Good run for Omoshiroi Sekai – $ 137,249

Player Omoshiroi Sekai also had a fantastic run at Day 24 winning a $ 2.5K event for $ 45.3K and finishing in 2nd place for a huge $ 91.8K at the $ 5K High Roller event won by Nick Petrangelo. This earned Sekai a combined $ 137,249.

Buy in: $ 2,500
Guarantee: $ 75,000
Entries: 50
Prize pool: $ 118,750
ITM: 6 places

Payouts

1st Omoshiroi Sekai – Slovenia – $ 45,380.27
2nd Artur Martirosian – Russia – $ 27,903.87
3rd David Szep – Hungary – $ 18,742.30
4th VanBlastoff_2929 – Mexico – $ 12,588.71
5th UknowWhoIam – Uruguay – $ 8,455.51
6th Kristen Bicknell – Canada – $ 5,679.34

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

Buy in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 200,000
Entries: 116
Prize pool: $ 551,000
ITM: 17 places
Winner: Nick Petrangelo – Canada – $ 120,771.45
2nd Omoshiroi Sekai – Slovenia – $ 91,869.16

Going from small to BIG

The two largest fields of Day 24 were at the $ 50 Daily Main and the $ 88 Daily Special. Both attracted well over 1,500 entries. Emerging victorious were ConorMacgregor and D10snoseretira, both turning their below $ 100 buy in into a wealthy five figures. For D10snoseretira, an added $ 688 for winning the Natural8 Latin America Daily Leaderboard.

WSOPC Series: $50 Daily Main

Buy in: $ 50
Guarantee: $ 65,000
Entries: 1,638
Prize pool: $ 75,348
ITM: 269 places
Winner: ConorMacgregor – Malta – $ 11,450.88

WSOPC Series: $88 Daily Special

Buy in: $ 88
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 1,526
Prize pool: $ 123,544.96
ITM: 251 places
Winner: D10snoseretira – Brazil – $ 18,858.62

Other Big Winners

WSOPC Series: $2.5K

Buy in: $ 2,500
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 40
Prize pool: $ 100,000
ITM: 5 places

Payouts

1st Bhagavan Antle – Canada – $ 39,592.92 (deal)
2nd dnegking – Canada – $ 28,270.24 (deal)
3rd Alex Foxen – Canada – $ 15,865
4th Jacob Schindler – Canada – $ 9,986.13
5th Andras Nemeth – Hungary – $ 6,285.71

WSOPC Series: $1K

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 85,000
Entries: 90
Prize pool: $ 85,500
ITM: 13 places
Winner: SirLuisiao – Malta – $ 20,262.68

WSOPC Series: $1K

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 85,000
Entries: 116
Prize pool: $ 110,200
ITM: 17 places
Winner: Unfortunate-Jim – Malta – $ 24,154.38

WSOPC Series: $500 Daily Main

Buy in: $ 500
Guarantee: $ 150,000
Entries: 472
Prize pool: $ 224,200
ITM: 63 places
Winner: sesase123 – Germany – $ 39,974.88

WSOPC Series: $250 Daily Special

Buy in: $ 250
Guarantee: $ 60,000
Entries: 424
Prize pool: $ 97,520
ITM: 71 places
Winner: popo132 – Israel – $ 16,428.34 (deal)
2nd wert888 – China – $ 13,996.89 (deal)

WSOPC Series: $210 Bounty

Buy in: $ 210
Guarantee: $ 150,000
Entries: 1,093
Prize pool: $ 218,600
ITM: 152 places
Winner: Albertov – Malta – $ 33,210.89 (includes $ 15,380,53 in bounties)

WSOPC Series: $500 Omaha

Buy in: $ 500
Guarantee: $ 40,000
Entries: 89
Prize pool: $ 42,275
ITM: 13 places
Winner: Endboss22 – Canada – $ 10,018.80

Ring Event Leaderboard

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 PetitFoxx Singapore 95.00 $0.01
2 274AS Luxembourg 92.50 $0.01
3 BlaireauEnColere Brazil 85.00 $0.01
4 TheMadQueen Canada 80.00 $0.01
5 Jayb0y_11 United Kingdom 77.50 $0.01
6 JoaoValli Brazil 75.00 $0.01
7 kimokh Hungary 75.00 $0.01
8 MrWheatToast Canada 75.00 $0.01
9 NeverGambol Lithuania 72.50 $0.01
10 ArchieAndrews United Kingdom 72.50 $0.01

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WSOP $ 300K Daily Leaderboards

Natural8 is running exclusive leaderboards with up to $300,000 in prizes. There are 3 leaderboards, paying out a daily total $ 10,000, and categorized by location: Asia / LATAM / Rest of the World (ROW).

May 26 Winners:

Asia

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 RunGood2323 Malaysia 720.73 $988.00
2 rung00se India 558.27 $688.00
3 @FickleFoxx Singapore 351.30 $488.00
4 anh961 Viet Nam 317.05 $338.00
5 DingZhu88 Malaysia 238.41 $288.00
6 urawapoy Japan 224.25 $188.00
7 Ellen DeGenerate Indonesia 214.26 $168.00
8 TboneThompson Thailand 204.99 $128.00
9 BakedSand Japan 204.14 $108.00
10 OBellaCiao India 197.63 $98.00

LATAM

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 D10snoseretira Brazil 750.66 $688.00
2 RenanTonioloN8 Brazil 367.88 $488.00
3 GG_Player1 Mexico 252.89 $338.00
4 CarolVentura Brazil 234.93 $228.00
5 LeoJose Brazil 199.28 $188.00
6 Scotty VPIPen Costa Rica 179.53 $138.00
7 huang1337 Mexico 172.19 $118.00
8 icamefromthestreets Costa Rica 158.50 $98.00
9 katayokunotenshi Mexico 149.08 $78.00

Rest of the World (ROW)

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 Sam Greenwood Canada 682.56 $1,068.00
2 biomimicry Canada 625.65 $788.00
3 Jesus Shuttlesworth Canada 532.12 $588.00
4 Seth Davies Canada 494.42 $388.00
5 HowdyTeeexas Canada 418.81 $288.00
6 BeautyRat Russian Federation 401.56 $188.00
7 Daniel Dvoress Canada 397.46 $168.00
8 jellopy77 Canada 333.32 $138.00
9 SkupyZid Austria 320.18 $128.00
10 KANAPE Russian Federation 304.40 $118.00

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

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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