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Natural8-WSOPC: WhiteChick banks the COLOSSUS; 5Dinks4All wins the Monster Stack; ForrestHaggerty & Michael Soyza top N8 performers

Day 22 at the WSOP Super Circuit Online Series was all about the shine and the big bucks as another two highly coveted circuit gold rings were captured, 20 side games claimed, and $ 10.8 million paid out. The latest ring winners were 5Dinks4All and WhiteChick. Both players battled through a massive field to reach the top. At the side games, 12 players banked six figures with Malaysia’s Michael Soyza among them. However it was Canada’s ForrestHaggerty who emerged the wealthiest, pocketing $ 487K at the $ 25K High Roller event.

The grandest online festival ever staged is entering its final week. It opened on May 3rd at GG Network Natural8 with the final games taking place on May 31st. Out of the 18 gold rings up for grabs, 13 have been claimed along with 370 side games won.

As of last night, the festival has closed in on the promised nine figure $ 100 million guarantee. To date, $ 95.3 million has been paid out making it the richest online event in history. With seven days of games yet to be played, we can safely say the guarantee will be breached soon. How high it will go has yet to be determined.

WSOPC Ring Event #12: Monster Stack – 5Dinks4All – $ 126,949.24

WSOPC Ring Event #12: Monster Stack – 5Dinks4All – $ 126,949.24

The WSOPC Ring Event #12: Monster Stack $500K GTD was the third of its kind and like its predecessors, it drew the masses to crush the guarantee once again. At the onset, over 600 were registered; a generous 325 minutes of late registration ballooned it to 4,846. With each entry at $ 200, the prize pool soared to $ 891,664. After a long fifteen hours of play, 5Dinks4All came from behind to seize the festival’s 12th gold ring and a sweet six figure payout worth $ 126,949.24.

Buy in: $ 200
Guarantee: $ 500,000
Entries: 4,846
Prize pool: $ 891,664
ITM: 791 places

Picking up the story at the final table, eventual runner-up Piko1432 led the chase. After the fall of sinqualris (9th), 5Dinks4All caught up to the leader by railing GorillaWarfare (8th). Piko1432 proceeded to take all of BigMac_373$’s and tonkatsu&wagyu’s chips to pull further ahead. 5Dinks4All cut the gap again but it was Piko1432 with the lead entering heads up after ending MrWheatToast in 3rd place.

The final duel for the gold took 30 minutes. Along the way, 5Dinks4All doubled up with suited king-queen two pair higher kicker to king-eight however Piko1432 stayed aggressive to maintain the lead and even climb to a near 4:1 advantage. Fast action continued with pots growing. 5Dinks4All won successive pots until an uncalled river bet awarded a pot and the chip lead for the first time. From there, 5Dinks4All closed it out with a higher flush.

Final table payouts

1st 5Dinks4All – Andorra – $ 126,949.24
2nd Piko1432 – India – 87,855.92
3rd MrWheatToast – Canada – $ 60,803.19
4th TheRealElysioum – UK – $ 42,080.56
5th Loazi – Canada – $ 29,122.99
6th tonkatsu&wagyu – Japan – $ 20,155.35
7th BigMac_373$ – Germany – $ 13,949.10
8th GorillaWarfare – UK- $ 9,653.77
9th sinqularis – Belarus – $ 6,681.14

With many star players getting on board the past few days, it was no surprise to see them battle for a gold. Although none would reach the final table, many cashed such as Patrick Leonard “Babu$hka” (runner-up of Ring Event #8 $10M Championship), Mikita Badziakouski, Fedor Holz, and Henri Buehler. Ring winners also cashing in were TheMadQueen (376th), ShopChop96 (598th), Chi Jen Chu “PetitFoxx” (754th), and newest ring winner WhiteChick (757th). For PetitFoxx, he earned enough points to maintain the lead at the WSOPC Ring Event leaderboard.

WSOPC Ring Event #13: COLOSSUS – WhiteChick – $ 499,339.19

The COLOSSUS event was as its name suggests with an enormous 9,603 entries across numerous Day 1 heats. The largest heat saw 1,403 runners, completing just before the final race began. After nearly nine hours of play, Singapore’s WhiteChick defeated Indonesia’s Gius2020 to claim the title, the ring, and nearly half a million dollars.

WSOPC Ring Event #13: COLOSSUS - WhiteChick - $ 499,339.19
WSOPC Ring Event #13: COLOSSUS – WhiteChick – $ 499,339.19

Buy in: $ 400
Guarantee: $ 2,000,000
Entries: 9,603
Prize pool: $ 3,649,520
ITM: 1,196 places

Entering the final table, WhiteChick was ahead in the count while kimokh ran a close second. Natural8 player Luizftorres14 railed .sitting out (9th), kimokh booted getaxc56 (8th) to take a slight lead. However, the next encounter saw kimokh banged heads with WhiteChick to lose some chips and also the lead.

Money209 was the next player to grab the top spot from WhiteChick with kings over eights but when they met again, WhiteChick prevailed to reclaim leadership. Money209 recovered by doubling up through kimokh, WhiteChick earned a first final table victim in Luizftorres14 (7th). Luizftorres14 earned $ 57.1K along with $ 688 for winning the Natural8 Latin America (LATAM) Daily Leaderboard.

With a massive lead built, WhiteChick bulldozed, railing the next two players to bring the field down to three players. Gius2020 delivered kimokh 3rd to enter heads up down over 3:1. The first all in awarded Gius2020 a lucky double up with queen-seven suited finding a queen to overtake ace-seven suited, then took the lead for the first time with jack-seven straight besting pocket queens.

It didn’t take long for WhiteChick to regain the lead with pocket fours holding its own against two overcards. From there, the final hand arrived with both players all in on the turn holding two pair. WhiteChick had the higher spread to ship the handsome $ 499,339.19 first prize.

Final table payouts

1st WhiteChick – Singapore – $ 499,339.19
2nd Gius2020 – Indonesia – $ 347,922.14
3rd kimokh – Hungary – $ 242,422.58
4th momosiso – Israel – $ 168,913.21
5th KingWilfred – Canada – $ 117,693.88
6th Money209 – New Zealand – $ 82,005.66
7th Luizftorres14 – Brazil – $ 57,139.32 – LATAM LB
8th getaxc56 – Brazil – $ 39,812.84
9th .sitting out – Israel – $ 27,740.39

Among the notable players in the money were Endboss22 (final day chip leader), pros Lucas Greenwood, George Wolff, Felipe Ramos, Alexandros Kolonias, Alex Foxen, David Peters, Amichai Barer, ElkY, Andras Nemeth, Juan Pardo Dominguez, and Guo Dong. Ring winners cashing in as well were 274AS, BlaireauEnColere, NeverGambol, JoaoValli, and TheMadQueen.

Day 22 results

Biggest Winner: ForrestHaggerty – $ 487,215

A new player in the arena took down the richest side event of Day 22. The fortunate one was Canada’s ForrestHaggerty who spent two bullets to rise above the 64 entries of the $ 25K High Roller event. ForrestHaggerty defeated M. Vaskaboinikau at heads up to win the lion’s share $ 487,215 of the $ 1.5 million prize pool. With the pot that large, five other players also pocketed a sizable six figures. ForrestHaggerty also won the Natural8 Rest Of World (ROW) Daily Leaderboard.

Among the newcomers missing the mark were Nick Petrangelo, Sam Greenwood, Mikita Badziakouski, Linus Loeliger, and Kahle Burns.

WSOPC Series: $25K High Roller

Buy in: $ 25,000
Guarantee: $ 1,000,000
Entries: 64
Prize pool: $ 1,568,000
ITM: 8 places

Payouts

1st ForrestHaggerty – Canada – $ 487,215 (two bullets)
2nd M. Vaskaboinikau – Netherlands – $ 306,613
3rd Omoshiroi Sekai – Slovenia – $ 231,969
4th Matthias Eibinger – Austria – $ 175,496
5th moooi – Belarus – $ 132,771
6th Trashdawg – Albania – $ 100,448
7th Dan Smith – Canada – $ 75,994
8th David Peters – Canada – $ 57,493

Juan Pardo Dominguez bests Michael Soyza at the $ 10K High Roller

Michael Soyza - Photo APT
Michael Soyza – Photo APT

The lone $ 10K High Roller event attracted 84 runners for a prize pool of $ 814,800. Unlike yesterday’s victory, Juan Pardo Dominguez took this one down clean with no deals. He defeated Malaysia’s Michael Soyza at heads up to ship the $ 198.7K first prize. As for Soyza, this was his largest score of the series, earning $ 151.3K. For his achievement, Soyza also won the Natural8 Asia Daily Leaderboard.

Among the players in the money were Alexandros Kolonias, Daniel Dvoress, and Matthias Eibinger. Dario Sammartino was the unfortunate bubble boy.

WSOPC Series: $10K High Roller

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

Payouts

1st Juan Pardo Dominguez – UK – $ 198,735.16
2nd Michael Soyza – Malaysia – $ 151,387.06
3rd patrickl – UK – $ 115,319.62
4th Luuk Gieles – Netherlands – $ 87,845.13
5th Jonathan Van Fleet – Canada – $ 66,916.34
6th Alexandros Kolonias – Greece – $ 50,973.72
7th porsche911sp – Qatar – $ 38,829.45
8th Trashdawg – Albania – $ 29,578.46
9th Daniel Dvoress – Canada – $ 26,767.56
10th Artur Martirosian – Russia – $ 24,223.75
11th Matthias Eibinger – Austria – $ 24,223.75

$5K High Roller Winners: Amichai Barer, dnegking, and WholeCrewLoungin

Loads of cash was also won at the three $ 5K High Roller events offered. The largest field saw 121 entries with Amichai Barer closing it out for $ 125,977.09. Barer was the only player to drag in a single six figure payout. Also earning a decent payout at the same event were Michael Addamo finishing 4th for over $ 55K, and Kristen Bicknell in 6th place for $ 32K. Once again, Dario Sammartino was the unlucky player, spending two bullets only to bump the rail on the bubble.

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

Buy in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 500,000
Entries: 121
Prize pool: $ 574,750
ITM: 17 places

Final table payouts

1st Amichai Barer – Canada – $ 125,977.09
2nd Michael Watson – Canada – $ 95,829.04
3rd Artur Martirosian – Russia – $ 72,895.88
4th Michael Addamo – Canada – $ 55,450.90
5th UknowWhoIam – Uruguay – $ 42,180.78
6th Kristen Bicknell – Canada – $ 32,086.33
7th Steven van ZZZZZZZ – Ireland – $ 24,407.62
8th Joao Vieira – Netherlands – $ 18,566.55
9th moooi – Belarus – $ 14,123.33

At another $ 5K High Roller event (results below), 87 were pulled into action. Adrian Mateos and WholeCrewLoungin struck a deal at heads up that awarded the Spanish pro the higher pay worth $ 95.3K. WholeCrewLoungin went on to win it for $ 82.2K. Among the players that cashed here were Kahle Burns, Timothy Adams, and Dario Sammartino who evaded the bubble, finishing strong in 4th place.

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

Buy in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 400,000
Entries: 87
Prize pool: $ 413,250
ITM: 11 places

Payouts

1st WholeCrewLoungin – Costa Rica – $ 82,238.08 (deal)
2nd Adrian Mateos – UK – $ 95,336.82 (deal)
3rd Bot Marley – Croatia – $ 58,487.76
4th Dario Sammartino – Austria – $ 44,553.26
5th Artur Martirosian – Russia – $ 33,938.61
6th Kahle Burns – New Zealand – $ 25,852.83
7th Aurelio – Argentina – $ 19,693.51
8th Timothy Adams – Croatia – $ 15,001.59
9th Joao Vieira – Netherlands – $ 13,575.96
10th Matthias Eibinger – Austria – $ 12,285.79
11th George Wolff – Canada – $ 12,285.79

The last $ 5K High Roller event that ran only had 50 entries to see the guarantee as the total prize pool. Six players profited with dnegking earning the largest of $ 95.5K.

WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller

Buy in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 250,000
Entries: 50
Prize pool: $ 250,000
ITM: 6 places

Payouts

1st dnegking – Canada – $ 95,537.39
2nd AndyAtTheBike – Canada – $ 58,745
3rd Trashdawg – Albania – $ 39,457.47
4th badass – Albania – $ 26,502.55
5th UknowWhoIam – Greece – $ 17,801.07
6th MemeCollector – Singapore – $ 11,956.52

Omaha crusher: Nomadic – $ 89,360.81

Canadian player Nomadic was most impressive at the Omaha events finishing deep in two tournaments. Nomadic shipped the $ 5K Omaha for $ 78.5K after striking a heads up deal with Jacob Schindler. Simultaneously, Nomadic finished 3rd out of 209 entries at the $ 500 Omaha to add in $ 10.7K in earnings.

WSOPC Series: $5K Omaha

Buy in: $ 5,000
Guarantee: $ 150,000
Entries: 53
Prize pool: $ 251,750
ITM: 7 places

Payouts

1st Nomadic – Canada – $ 78,569.47 (deal)
2nd Jacob Schindler – Canada – $ 61,947.26 (deal)
3rd Gavin Cochrane – UK – $ 38,478.04
4th BIGfckinNIT – Canada – $ 27,777.21
5th soysauce321 – Thailand – $ 20,052.31
6th GREANNPOWER1 – Finland – $ 14,475.72
7th lazyexpress – Albania – $ 10,449.99

WSOPC Series: $500 Omaha

Buy in: $ 500
Guarantee: $ 75,000
Entries: 209
Prize pool: $ 99,275
ITM: 31 places
Winner: a4g<3 – Cyprus – $ 19,333.78
3rd Nomadic – $ 10,791,34

Angelo Merte dominates the low buy in events – $ 44,317.26

Opposite to the high roller events where tight fields pay out large to the winners are the low buy in events where players must navigate through massive fields to win big. The day’s top performer was Germany’s Angelo Merte who shipped the $ 88 Daily Special for $ 26K and finished 2nd at the $ 50 Daily Main for $ 18.2K. He earned a combined $ 44.3K for his incredible achievement.

WSOPC Series: $88 Sunday Special

Buy in: $ 88
Guarantee: $ 125,000
Entries: 2,282
Prize pool: $ 184,750.72
ITM: 377 places
Winner: Angelo Marte – Germany – $ 26,063.35 (deal)
2nd RaiseBluff – Brazil – $ 20,865.81 (deal)

WSOPC Series: $ 50 Daily Main

Buy in: $ 50
Guarantee: $ 125,000
Entries: 3,332
Prize pool: $ 153,272
ITM: 539 places
Winner: grigopoker – Brazil – $ 19,370.48 (deal)
2nd Angelo Merte – Germany – $ 18,281.91 (deal)

Other Big Winners

WSOPC Series: $500 Sunday Main

Buy in: $ 500
Guarantee: $ 250,000
Entries: 1,069
Prize pool: $ 507,775
ITM: 152 places
Winner: tiredfella – Poland – $ 82,289.96

WSOPC Series: $2.5K

Buy in: $ 2,500
Guarantee: $ 150,000
Entries: 63
Prize pool: $ 150,000
ITM: 8 places
Winner: Olekonjole – Austria – $ 46,608.64

WSOPC Series: $1K

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 177
Prize pool: $ 168,150
ITM: 23 places
Winner: twentytwo22 – Canada – $ 33,854.94

WSOPC Series: $1K

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 149
Prize pool: $ 141,550
ITM: 20 places
Winner: fkbedtime – Germany – $ 29,340.63

WSOPC Series: $1K

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 100,000
Entries: 145
Prize pool: $ 137,750
ITM: 20 places
Winner: UknowWhoIAm – Greece – $ 25,007.85 (deal)
2nd biomimicry – Canada – $ 25,305.90 (deal)

WSOPC Series: $1K Omaha

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 50,000
Entries: 89
Prize pool: $ 84,550
ITM: 13 places
Winner: GREANNPOWER1 – Finland – $ 20,037.54

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

As we slowly approach the final day of the series, steadily on the rise are the two main features. The WSOPC Ring Event #16: PLO MAIN EVENT $1M GTD has already surpassed its guarantee. With a cumulative 1,314 entries, the pot sits at $ 1,247,350. There are 25 Day 1 heats remaining.

GGPoker Ambassador Fedor Holz is running second in chips just behind Hungarian pro Andras Nemeth. Other notable players through to the final day are Amichai Barer, Patrick Leonard “Babu$hka”, Lucas Greenwood, Gavin Cochrane, Guo Dong, Lester Edoc “mon$terDad”, and ring winner ShopChop96. To date, 158 have qualified for the final day.

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 1,000,000
Final Day: June 1 @ 0300 (HKT)
Daily Day 1 heats: 25 remaining

Top 10 in chips

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

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. Last night, George Wolff and Michael Soyza advanced. They join other notable players: Bertrand “ElkY” Grospelier, Fedor Holz, Boris Becker, Henri Buehler, Alex Foxen, Kristen Bicknell, Daniel Dvoress, Andras Nemeth, Adrian Mateos, Lucas Greenwood, Matthias Eibinger, Almedin Imsirovic, Thai Ha, and 2019 WSOPE Main Event winner Alexandros Kolonias.

Series ring winners also making it through were TheMadQueen, ChilaxChuck, BlaireauEnColere, ShopChop96, and 800-522-4700. Latest ring winner, WhiteChick, qualified days ago and 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, 26 remaining daily Day 1 heats lead up to the event. Currently 4,414 entered with 612 through to the final day.

Buy in: $ 1,000
Guarantee: $ 5,000,000
Final Day: June 1 @ 03:00 (HKT)
Daily Day 1 heats: 26 remaining

Top 10 in chips

Ring Event Leaderboard

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 PetitFoxx Singapore 95.00 $0.01
2 274AS Luxembourg 90.00 $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 72.50 $0.01
9 NeverGambol Lithuania 72.50 $0.01
10 107dalmatass Argentina 67.50 $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 24 Winners:

Asia

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 Michael Soyza Malaysia 1,935.70 $988.00
2 coolerbro Malaysia 604.08 $688.00
3 Igutu India 603.93 $488.00
4 anh961 Viet Nam 444.65 $338.00
5 Kosei Ichinose Japan 325.57 $288.00
6 Incubus3 Malaysia 318.94 $188.00
7 urawapoy Japan 314.36 $168.00
8 Goldig Malaysia 291.95 $128.00
9 OMGItsMe Indonesia 284.05 $108.00
10 therethere Japan 283.77 $98.00

LATAM

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 Luizftorres14 Brazil 1,144.75 $688.00
2 katayokunotenshi Mexico 848.82 $488.00
3 grigopoker Brazil 806.51 $338.00
4 medaodinheiro Brazil 744.70 $228.00
5 m0neyprinter Brazil 601.56 $188.00
6 lafiera8 Argentina 554.07 $138.00
7 RaiseBluff Brazil 455.90 $118.00
8 designed2win Brazil 450.32 $98.00
9 GG_Player1 Mexico 408.19 $78.00

Rest of the World (ROW)

Rank Nickname Flag Points Prize
1 ForrestHaggerty Canada 2,504.40 $1,068.00
2 fkbedtime Germany 1,379.99 $788.00
3 KingWilfred Canada 1,281.45 $588.00
4 biomimicry Canada 1,169.16 $388.00
5 jellopy77 Canada 997.93 $288.00
6 Michael Watson Canada 889.80 $188.00
7 Biereux Canada 875.62 $168.00
8 Daniel Dvoress Canada 831.59 $138.00
9 hola_hada_del_bosque Germany 529.81 $128.00
10 MaillouL Canada 524.19 $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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