Natural8 – WSOPC: The_Answer and LeFlaneur Biggest Winners; Ongoing Day1 Flights for Mini Main and Big $500 Ring Events

Running on the Natural8 – GGNetwork, the fourth day of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit Online Series is continuously awarding tons of cash prizes to its players.

The prestigious festival boasting of a $100 Million in guarantees is currently underway with only three out of the 18 headline events being completed.

Carrying on until the end of the month, players all over the world are invited to play in a series of multi-day events for a chance of a massive score. Recapping yesterday’s events, some familiar names are dominating the scene consistently counting big profits to their bankrolls.

Among the big winners included The_Answer who took down the $5k High Roller event for close to a $100,000 in winnings. GGPoker’s newest ambassador, Fedor Holz also once again came close to shipping a high roller event adding on a nice $30k in profit.

Points garnered in the WSOPC events are updated daily to the Natural8 leaderboards for a share of additional prizes.

Below you can find news of the latest tournaments and upcoming events for the series.

Ring Events – Cards are in the Air for Day 1 in the Mini Main Event and the Big $500

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Mini Main Event

The $1 Million guaranteed Mini Main Event began a few days ago featuring dozens of Day 1 flights to continue on up until the final day scheduled on May 18. Running on a similar structure to the Main Event, the tournament posts a more affordable buy-in of $100. Players joining the Day 1 flights will have to play through 17 levels to qualify for Day 2. While entrants may play as many flights they wish, only their largest stack will be carried forward to the last day.

A total of 18 flights so far have been concluded garnering 8,526 entries and 1,179 qualifiers to battle it out on the 18th. The following players below have managed to carry out big stacks qualifying as chip leader for their respective day’s flights.

H2020 – Argentina – 918,105
Luka_doncic – Israel – 1,313,952
Florian Gaugusch – Austria – 957,356
Freez112 – Russia – 2,459,359
Moist – Tuvalu – 1,646,406
ChurrilhoMaluko – Brazil – 1,303,907
kingZhou – China – 743,884
Katoooo – Japan – 607,554
Duda! Pochan – Hong Kong – 1,876,418
HoneyFunny – Hong Kong – 1,511,102
WiskyGold – Brazil – 1,838,986
_PrinzOfDTO_ – Austria – 755,077
renahhh – Mexico – 679,684
sly35 – Turkey – 1,565,801
Tictactony – UK – 1,043,808
dontknow – Israel – 1,107,658
billcart80 – Malta – 970,351
CanUGet2That – Canada – 851,485

Big $500

Another major event included in the WSOPC is the Big $500 Ring Event likewise running multiple Day 1 flights which also began running last May 3. Featuring a bigger buy-in, the event has a guaranteed prize pool of double the Mini Main Event equivalent to $2 Million. The anticipated tournament’s final day will also run a few days from now on May 11th. 2,867 entries so far have been recorded with only 401 players qualifying for the final day. With 14 Day 1 flights completed, the chip leaders for each flight are shown below.

ElCabanero – Hungary – 1,476,240
DiamondRichieRich – Canada – 637,746
Kmilu – Singapore – 1,023,832
chiqiao – Ecuador – 1,207,902
TequliaMexicano – Sweden – 977,893
biomimicry – Canada – 515,390
2timechamp – Canada – 975,358
mon$terDad – Hong Kong – 1,055,334
Langdon – Canada – 843,436
Fedor Holz – Austria – 795,275
maximum8282 – Norway – 1,090,382
YuDabao4 – Serbia – 877,695
MrBe4n – Netherlands – 1,056,076
Black Fishy – Canada – 439,626

Biggest Payout of the Day: The_Answer

Following The_Answer’s big win the other day after shipping the $25K High Roller event, the notable player has once again bagged another high roller title. Quite smaller than his previous win of $ 417,989.84, The_Answer still made a big profit from the $5K event adding a nice $ 97,412.04 to his virtual wallet garnering him the biggest payout for the day. Poker icon and GG ambassador Fedor Holz, also ranked 4th pushing his total cashes for the series to a little over $300K.

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

Buy-in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 150,000
Entries: 66
Prize pool: $ 313,500
ITM: 8 places

Payouts
1st The_Answer – Mexico – $ 97,412.04
2nd Heriberto55 – Mexico – $ 61,303.13
3rd Vjosa – Albania – $ 46,378.90
4th Fedor Holz – Austria – $ 35,087.95
5th RickDaltonR – Mexico – $ 26,545.80

LeFlaneur Ships Two Events for a Combined $ 135,353.19

Canada’s LeFlaneur hails as another big winner for the day after taking down two WSOPC events namely the $5K High Roller and the $2.5K tournament. The impressive player took home over $100K in profits, definitely a whopping paycheck for a day’s work.

7 May 5K HighRoller
WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller – Final Table

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

Buy-in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 150,000
Entries: 54
Prize pool: $ 256,500
ITM: 7 places

Payouts
1st LeFlaneur – Canada – $ 88,861.06
2nd ClownUpGuy69 – Croatia – $ 54,306.92
3rd Vjosa – Albania – $ 39,204.04
4th PepeLeSpew – Cameroon – $ 28,301.31
5th RamboAmadeus – Croatia – $ 20,430.66

WSOPC Series: $2.5K

Buy-in: $ 2,500
Guarantee: $ 75,000
Entries: 63
Prize pool: $ 149,625
ITM: 8 places

Payouts
1st LeFlaneur – Canada – $ 46,492.13
2nd benbenavi – Brazil – $ 29,258.31
3rd great poker – Croatia – $ 22,135.38
4th Jebron Lames – Canada – $ 16,746.52
5th KeijjoKonvehti – Finland – $ 12,669.58

Other High Roller Winners

Other High Roller winners include Albania’s Themattedmongrel bagging a sweet $60k in profit, enough to fund a series of buy-ins for upcoming events. Second in running Mexico’s jueeepucha settled for $40k in prize money after coming close to winning a high roller title.

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

Buy-in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 125,000
Entries: 31
Prize pool: $ 147,250
ITM: 4 places
Payouts
1st Themattedmongrel – Albania – $ 66,195.06
2nd jueeeepucha – Mexico – $ 40,683.45
3rd notsureif – Austria – $ 25,004.03
4th PagoPagoPago – Canada – $ 15,367.46

Other Notables Scores

With no ring events scheduled for the day and only multiple day 1 flights for the major games offered, the $500 Daily Main attracted a total of 359 entries with Canada’s tightisright! emerging victorious for $ 31,204.81 and additional points for the leaderboard. Among the winners include fat&lazy, PabloPotatoe and Jebron Lames for taking down smaller but nonetheless noteworthy events.

7 May 500 Daily Main Molly
WSOPC Series: $500 Daily Main

WSOPC Series: $500 Daily Main

Buy-in: $ 500
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 359
Prize pool: $ 170,525
ITM: 53 places

Final table payouts
1st tightisright! – Canada – $ 31,204.81
2nd MollyWally – Canada – $ 22,913.35
3rd t0602 – Switzerland – $ 16,825.10
4th TequliaMexicano – Sweden – $ 12,354.57
5th PainAuLevain. – UK – $ 9,071.87
6th Ducker11 – Canada – $ 6,661.42
7th PPX55 – Finland – $ 4,891.42
8th ninoboys80 – Albania – $ 3,591.75
9th PHime – Costa Rica – $ 2,637.39

WSOPC Series: $2.5K

Buy-in: $ 2,500
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 56
Prize pool: $ 133,000
ITM: 7 places

Payouts
1st fat&lazy – Canada – $ 46,076.12
2nd Jadeito – UK – $ 28,159.14
3rd ninoboys80 – Albania – $ 20,328.02
4th PepeLeSpew – Cameroon – $ 14,674.75
5th Mr.Jackpots – Canada – $ 10,593.67

WSOPC Series: $1K

Buy-in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 75,000
Entries: 99
Prize pool: $ 94,050
ITM: 13 places
Winner: PabloPotatoe – Austria – $ 22,288.94

WSOPC Series: $1K

Buy-in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 112
Prize pool: $ 106,400
ITM: 15 places
Winner: Jebron Lames – Canada – $ 24,368.73

$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)

South East Asia (SEA)

Rank Nickname Points Prize
1 Ellen DeGenerate 608.64 $988.00
2 PHime 206.47 $488.00
3 KWhale 76.56 $388.00
4 DH_Pegasus 68.81 $288.00
5 anh961 67.22 $118.00

Hong Kong

Rank Nickname Points Prize
1 Navehcrekop 91.22 $588.00
2 Floatingworld 89.15 $288.00

Japan

Rank Nickname Points Prize
1 Brian1217 222.16 $688.00
2 shorta222 114.53 $388.00
3 urawapoy 65.74 $168.00

Brazil

Rank Nickname Points Prize
1 RenanTonioloN8 249.15 $688.00
2 galilhodeQuintino10 195.73 $388.00
3 strAAinhunter 154.53 $168.00

Dach

Rank Nickname Points Prize
1 fkbedtime 808.9 $688.00
2 DIE_ANTON 374.9 $388.00
3 Henri Buehler 235.83 $168.00

CIS + Ukraine

Rank Nickname Points Prize
1 Baguslife 314.19 $688.00
2 BeautyRat 96.15 $388.00
3 Kalt Bruder 66.02 $168.00

Rest of the World

Rank Nickname Points Prize
1 Le Flaneur 2,020.54 $988.00
2 LappyPoker 864.02 $488.00
3 Jesus Shuttlesworth 639.41 $388.00
4 TheAlchemist$ 610.75 $288.00
5 icamefromthestreets 259.27 $118.00

Ring Event Leaderboard

The winner of the leaderboard will earn a seat to the $1,000,000 Freeroll WSOP Global Casino Championship, another official bracelet event.

Rank Nickname Points
1 PetitFoxx 62.5
2 TheMadQueen 57.5
3 JuanMartinDelPotro54 52.5
4 Igutu 37.5
5 jolen 37.5
6 Brtz 37.5
7 tiredfella 35
8 asonthe river 32.5
9 ArtjnDuer 32.5
10 kingjouni20 32.5

WSOPC Key Events

25 days of WSOPC events yet to be played. 15 Ring Events up for grabes. 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.
· 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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Janette Dee

Graduated from De La Salle University, Janette works as a full time teacher in Manila, Philippines. She has long joined the local poker community as a recreational player for the last decade. Having a natural love for the game, she decided to branch out into a different avenue of poker. Currently, Janette works for Somuchpoker as a content writer reporting local and international news for the site.

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