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  1. Although there has been some discussion of live poker venues reopening in the United States, this weekend the real action remained online. Online grinders across New Jersey, Nevada, and Pennsylvania enjoyed some of the largest prize pools of the summer over the weekend, including the over $500,000 up for grabs in the Main Event of the WSOP.com Online Finale Circuit. New Jersey’s Frank ‘spaghettiii’ Marasco outlasted the 718 players (391 rebuys) of the $525 buy-in WSOP.com Online Finale Circuit Main Event to take home a career-high score of $127,535 and a spot in the WSOP Online Global Casino Championship. This is Marasco’s second Circuit win of the year, having captured a gold ring during the WSOP Circuit live event in Atlantic City back in March. Thomas ‘OtB_RedBaron’ Lim finished in second place and earned the $67,372.75 second-place prize. ‘artiliu’ wrapped up in third place which was good for $44,360. In other WSOP.com action, ‘Andrewbull88’ topped the 605 entries of the WSOP.com $100K Gtd Sunday to take home $45,375 for first. Anthony ‘flawlessbink’ Maio made multiple major final tables on Sunday, and here he finished in second place for $25,410. Kyle ‘Kdruck’ Draucker fell in third place and earned $15,427.50. Jon ‘jetsfan14’ Borenstein also grabbed a piece of a six-figure prize pool after he took down the WSOP.com Weekly Sunday Six Max for $28,767.20. ‘dudeguydrew’ settled for second place and $16,643.88 while Zachary ‘lovepuddle’ Schwartz wrapped up in third place for $9,554.82 Pennsylvania offered a six-figure prize pool of its own as 1,162 entries piled into the PokerStars PA Sunday Special to create a $106,671 prize pool. ‘mysticnoori’ went the distance, earning $16,861.38 for first. PASCOOP title winner ‘BirdBrain64’ grabbed second place and $12,122.58. And ‘WHATWHYNO’ took home the bronze and $68,716.24 for their efforts. There was a three-way deal in the $200 buy-in PokerStars NJ Sunday Special that saw Daniel ‘AvaGray’ Lupo get the official win and $7,758.92. ’jgoons11’ took slightly less, banking $7,249.02 for second and ‘Force O Will’ locked up $7,165.69 for third. In the partypoker NJ Sunday $35K GTD, Sridhar 'sri100k' Sangannagari topped the field of 229 runners and took home $9,160 for first. ‘maniacalmonk’ finished in second place for $6,031.86. And ‘schaf4206’ climbed into third place, earning $4,351. WSOP.com Online Finale Circuit Main Event Buy-in: $525 Entries: 718 Prize pool: $554,500 Frank ‘spaghettiii’ Marasco - $127,535 Thomas 'OtB_RedBaron' Lim - $67,371.75 artiliu - $44,360 Mr_Foodles - $33,270 Anthony 'heheh' Zinno - $27,725 Zdvol632 - $22,180 TheRounder89 - $16,080.50 Bagelbud - $9,981 bella0827 - $7,208.50 WSOP.com $100K Gtd Sunday Buy-in: $320 Entries: 605 Prize pool: $181,500 Andrewbull88 - $45,375 Anthony ‘flawlessbink’ Maio - $25,410 Kdruck - $15,427.50 WSOP.com Weekly Sunday [6-Max] Buy-in: $500 Entries: 220 Prize pool: $102,740 jetsfan14 - $28,767.20 dudeguydrew - $16,643.88 lovepuddle - $9,554.82 WSOP.com Weekly Sunday [6-Max] Buy-in: $50 Entires: 396 Prize pool: $25,525.50 Anthony ‘flawlessbink’ Maio - $6,764.25 Ian ‘apokerjoker2’ Steinman - $3,956.45 AntoVegas - $2,259 WSOP.com Weekly Sunday [KO] Buy-in: $100 Entires: 240 Prize pool: $22,560 IQ84. - $4,388 + $325 in bounties DontBluffMe1 - $2,566 + $225 in bounties deemsta - $1,465.56 + $200 in bounties PokerStars PA Sunday Special Buy-in: $100 Entries: 1,162 Prize pool: $106,671.60 mysticnoori - $16,861.38 BirdBrain64 - $12,122.58 WHATWHYNO - $8,716.24 PokerStars PA Sunday High Roller [6-Max] Buy-in: $250 Entries: 135 Prize pool: $31,455 TurkTerminator - $6,652.05 TeamVillage - $4,858.31 wolfofbrdst - $3,548.31 PokerStars PA Nightly Stars Buy-in: $100 Entries: 242 Prize pool: $22,215.60 AlwaysE4 - $4,286.29 Prixzky7 - $3,2167.98 SammmyTheTank - $2,341.52 PokerStars NJ Sunday Special Buy-in: $200 Entries: 255 Prize pool: $47,430 Daniel 'AvaGray' Lupo - $7,758.92* jgoons11 - $7,249.02* Force O Will - $7,165.69* partypoker Sunday $35K GTD Buy-in: $215 Entries: 229 Prize pool: $45,800 Sridhar 'sri100k' Sangannagari - $9,160 maniacalmonk - $6,031.86 schaf4206 - $4,351
  2. WSOP.com played host to the WSOP.com Online Circuit series over the past two weeks. The series awarded 13 gold WSOP Circuit rings in 13 days, culminating in the $525 Main Event that played out on Sunday, March 8, 2020. The Main Event attracted 508 entries and generated a prize pool of $396,500, with Soheb ‘tommyconway6’ Porbandarwala winning for $95,160. The entire series generated 5,482 entries and awarded $1.769 million in prize money. In addition to Porbandarwala winning the Main Event, Bryan 'Pellepelle' Piccioli, Lacey 'ReySol' Jones, Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo, Anthony ‘Flawlessbink’ Maio, Darren ‘avocadotoast’ Rabinowitz, and Daniel ‘juice’ Buzgon all won events. Maio was one of eight players to cash five times in the 13-event series. Maio won Event 4: $320 No Limit Hold’em Double Stack for $29,484. James ‘PRPirate420’ Vales, Andrew ‘WATCHGUY42’ Lichtenberger, John Allan ‘Beastro’ Hinds, Ryan ‘LoveMy11Cats’ Belz, Michael ‘RUA11’ Michnik, David ‘dave419’ Nodes, and James ‘BagelBud’ Lillis were the others to cash five times apiece. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"] Porbandarwala was the series’ biggest winner, thanks to his big Main Event score. Four others each earned more than $50,000 total from their results during the series. Those four players were Rabinowitz, Lupo, Todd ‘Google_Man’ Rodenborn, and Daniel ‘StayActive’ Chan. Event 1: $200 NL Knockout Entries: 387 Prize Pool: $73,917 The first event of the series was a $200 buy-in No Limit Hold’em Knockout tournament. It attracted 387 entries and generated a prize pool of $73,917. Topping the field to win the first gold ring of the festival was former WSOP Main Event sixth-place finisher Bryan ‘Pellepelle’ Piccioli. He scooped $8,804 for the win. Finishing in ninth place was Krista ‘Pollux’ Gifford. She’s the reigning WSOP.com Player of the Year and is the big frontrunner in the 2020 WSOP.com Player of the Year race. The winner of the 2020 WSOP.com Player of the Year title is set to receive a cash prize of $10,000, an exclusive Player of the Year ring, a $1,000 entry and a $500 entry to WSOP.com online gold bracelet events for the 2021 WSOP, and a ticket to the 25-Seat Scramble satellite for the 2021 WSOP. Bryan ‘Pellepelle’ Piccioli - $8,804 James ‘PRPirate420’ Vales - $4,930 Daniel ‘Dirtyjerzy13’ Cortes-McGhan - $2,993 Gary ‘busted_out’ Niekerk - $2,289 Jeffrey ‘J_Tanouye’ Tanouye - $1,937 Joshua ‘808Grinder’ Suyat - $1,585 Justin ‘M.A.O.L.I.’ Chock - $1,197 Corey ‘Corgasm’ Paggeot - $810 Krista ‘Pollux’ Gifford - $528 Event 2: $215 NL Entries: 587 Prize Pool: $117,400 Coming out on top in Event 2: $215 No Limit Hold’em was Lacey ‘ReySol’ Jones. She topped a field of 587 entries to win $29,350 and her first WSOP Circuit gold ring. Finishing just outside of the final table were Lauren ‘sycamore22’ Roberts in 11th place and Calvin ‘projector52’ Anderson in 14th place. Both Roberts and Anderson won $1,408. Lacey ‘ReySol’ Jones - $29,350 Anthony ‘Silkworms’ Balacich - $16,436 William ‘bigbill2137’ Daloisi - $9,979 Matthew ‘Mattyb0y’ Schorr - $7,631 Sang ‘youngkoi’ Lee - $6,457 Tony ‘KDtheGOAT35’ Sandquist - $5,283 Brian ‘Bmack1335’ McKinney - $3,992 Ryan ‘Adopt_aDogg0’ Leng - $2,700 Bobby ‘HLD1TYM’ Sanoubane - $1,761 Event 3: $320 NL 6-Max Entries: 410 Prize Pool: $123,000 Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo, who is one of the top-ranked online poker players in the United States and New Jersey, finished atop the field in Event 3: $320 No Limit Hold’em 6-Max. Lupo took home $32,595 for his efforts. If you recall, Lupo was the winner of a WSOP gold bracelet in 2019. He won that bracelet in similar fashion to how he won this WSOP Circuit gold ring, by playing online at WSOP.com. Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo - $32,595 Shawn ‘Loanmonster’ Silber - $19,065 Adam ‘wsop1959’ Krach - $10,886 Ryan ‘Hagzzz021’ Hagerty - $8,364 Thayer ‘Rasta_Raf’ Rasmussen - $7,134 Michael ‘iowamike5’ Lang - $5,904 Event 4: $250 NL Turbo Entries: 357 Prize Pool: $83,895 Event 4: $250 No Limit Hold’em Turbo drew 357 entries and created a prize pool of $83,895. The winner of the event was Ross ‘BlueTang’ Gottlieb, who came out on top to the tune of $22,232. Gottlieb defeated Guy ‘PhilLaak’ Dunlap in heads-up play to win the event. Shankar ‘Burgersssss’ Pillai, who won the WSOP.com Winter Championships Main Event for $69,250, finished in sixth place for $4,027. Finishing in 16th place was Gifford. Ross ‘BlueTang’ Gottlieb - $22,232 Guy ‘PhilLaak’ Dunlap - $13,004 Jaime ‘mooseman1710’ Reyes - $7,425 Arian ‘4632647’ Stolt - $5,705 Michael ‘Albatross17’ Comisso - $4,866 Shankar ‘Burgersssss’ Pillai - $4,027 David ‘DBABA’ Baba - $3,020 Steven ‘FreshCakes’ Grybas - $2,013 Qi ‘LINSANITY’ Ha - $1,426 Event 5: $320 NL Double Stack Entries: 378 Prize Pool: $113,400 Anthony ‘Flawlessbink’ Maio, one of the best and most consistent players in the United States, binked a victory in Event 4: $320 No Limit Hold’em Double Stack for $29,484. Maio topped a final table that included the top-ranked US and New Jersey player, David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman, who finished in seventh place. Anthony ‘Flawlessbink’ Maio - $29,484 Jon ‘pacrush’ Letzkus - $17,010 Jason ‘heybuddyyyyy’ DeWitt - $9,979 David ‘DTC13’ Clarke - $7,711 John ‘JSelz’ Cosgrove - $6,464 Peter ‘Zdvol632’ Simicic - $5,330 David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman - $4,082 Derek ‘tt42748’ Bickerstaff - $2,722 Sam ‘Njsam’ Lofty - $1,928 Event 6: $320 NL Monster Stack Entries: 669 Prize Pool: $200,700 In Event 6: $320 No Limit Hold’em Monster Stack, it was Daniel ‘StayActive’ Chan who came out on top. Chan topped a field of 669 entries to win $49,172. Shawn ‘SayGoodNight’ Daniels, a WSOP.com Online Circuit Main Event winner in the past, finished fourth for $16,859. David ‘YoungPitts’ Baker, also known as ‘Bakes’ in the world of poker, took seventh for $6,623. Daniel ‘StayActive’ Chan - $49,172 Frank ‘thewholefunk’ Funaro - $27,596 James ‘jerzrep’ Nadolski - $16,859 Shawn ‘SayGoodNight’ Daniels - $12,845 Thomas ‘Zebra_Debra’ Sabatino - $10,838 John ‘notyourfault’ Alesi - $8,831 David ‘YoungPitts’ Baker - $6,623 Jarred ‘GodsBigToe’ Gabin - $4,415 Michael ‘Pierogi’ Ziemba - $2,910 Event 7: $215 NL Turbo Deepstack Entries: 410 Prize Pool: $82,000 In Event 7: $215 No Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack, PocketFiver Aram ‘X69Podheiser’ Zobian grabbed first place, the gold ring, and $20,910 in prize money. If Zobian’s name rings a bell, it’s likely because you saw him finish in sixth place in the 2018 WSOP Main Event for $1.8 million. Sam ‘texasmolly’ Grizzle finished third for $7,052, and Daniels reached another final table, taking seventh for $2,870. Aram ‘X69Podheiser’ Zobian - $20,910 Matthew ‘shortmat31’ Galluzzo - $11,890 Sam ‘texasmolly’ Grizzle - $7,052 David ‘Any2beatsU’ Gonzalez - $5,412 Michael ‘49erSuited’ Cohen - $4,592 Desmond ‘Deezz_Nutzz’ Haynes - $3,772 Shawn ‘SayGoodNight’ Daniels - $2,870 Aaron ‘SagevSal’ Henderson - $1,886 Samuel ‘SpewBot420’ Taylor - $1,312 Event 8: $1,000 NL High Roller 6-Max Entries: 193 Prize Pool: $184,315 Well-known poker player Darren ‘avocadotoast’ Rabinowitz won Event 8: $1,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller 6-Max, topping a field of 193 entries to win the $51,608 top prize. The win was one of three cashes during the series for Rabinowitz, who also finished 10th in Event #3: $320 No Limit Hold'em 6-Max for $1,599 and fifth in Event #10: $320 No Limit Hold’em for $6,635. Rabinowitz defeated Ryan ‘GoFeltAfiSh’ Eriquezzo in heads-up play. Eriquezzo won $29,859. Zobian, winning of Event 7: $215 No Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack, finished in fifth place for $11,612 and Piccioli, winner of Event 1: $200 No Limit Hold’em Knockout, finished sixth for $,9769. Darren ‘avocadotoast’ Rabinowitz - $51,608 Ryan ‘GoFeltAfiSh’ Eriquezzo - $29,859 Alexander ‘losingplayer’ Farin - $17,141 Brent ‘grebnrets’ Roberts - $13,455 Aram ‘X69Podheiser’ Zobian - $11,612 Bryan ‘Pellepelle’ Piccioli - $9,769 Event 9: $215 NL Entries: 534 Prize Pool: $106,800 Daniel ‘juice’ Buzgon won Event 9: $215 No Limit Hold’em. He finished in first place from a field of 534 entries to score $15,486. Finishing in second place was James ‘PRPirate420’ Vales, who earned his second runner-up finish of the series. He also placed second to Piccioli in Event 1: $200 No Limit Hold’em Knockout. Daniel ‘juice’ Buzgon - $27,234 James ‘PRPirate420’ Vales - $15,486 Eric ‘CircleBall’ Baldwin - $9,185 Ranajoy ‘rjsk0531’ Sarker - $7,049 Gordon ‘veilleux’ Vayo - $5,981 Anthony ‘AK_AZwildcat’ Kuck - $4,913 Michael ‘HankdaTank’ St. John - $3,738 Daniel ‘RedsoxNets5’ Sewnig - $2,456 Timothy ‘tbone111’ Mcgowan - $1,709 Event 10: $320 NL Entries: 388 Prize Pool: $116,400 Capturing the gold ring in Event 10: $320 No Limit Hold’em was Nicole ‘uniquexcoles’ Garvin, topping a field of 388 entries to take home $30,264. Rabinowitz, Lichtenberger, and Shannon ‘Aulophobia’ Shorr also reached the final table. One of the top-ranked online poker players i the US, David ‘bewater’ Goodman, finished in seventh place and took home $4,190. Nicole ‘uniquexcoles’ Garvin - $30,264 Stephen ‘NJ_Treeve’ Ma - $17,460 John Allan ‘Beastro’ Hinds - $10,243 Matthew ‘shortmat31’ Galluzzo - $7,915 Darren ‘avocadotoast’ Rabinowitz - $6,635 Frank ‘Spaghettiii’ Marasco - $5,471 David ‘bewater’ Goodman - $4,190 Andrew ‘WATCHGUY42’ Lichtenberger - $2,794 Shannon ‘Aulophobia’ Shorr - $1,979 Event 11: $215 PLO 6-Max Entries: 269 Prize Pool: $53,800 Kevin ‘vamonospest’ Lutz was the victor in Event 11: $215 Pot Limit Omaha 6-Max. Lutz won $14,526. Shorr finished in seventh for $2,044. This was the only non-hold’em event on the schedule. Kevin ‘vamonospest’ Lutz - $14,526 Filipe ‘Fammm’ Marinho - $8,474 Qi ‘LINSANITY’ Ha - $4,842 Kevin ‘DegenLen’ Sullivan - $3,766 Kai ‘mrpineapple’ Yang - $3,228 Eric ‘powwow’ Ethans - $2,690 Shannon ‘Aulophobia’ Shorr - $2,044 Eric ‘NJ_Thenatura’ Starker - $1,291 Paul ‘DRYOUNGBLOOD’ Cogliano - $915 Event 12: $320 NL Double Stack Entries: 392 Prize Pool: $117,600 The final event before the $525 Main Event was Event 12: $320 No Limit Hold’em Double Stack. Matthew ‘Mendey’ Mendez defeated Steven ‘FreshCakes’ Grybas in heads-up play to win the title and $30,576 in prize money. Lichtenberger finished in fourth place for $7,997. Matthew ‘Mendey’ Mendez - $30,576 Steven ‘FreshCakes’ Grybas - $17,640 Frank ‘thewholefunk’ Funaro - $10,349 Andrew ‘WATCHGUY42’ Lichtenberger - $7,997 Scott ‘Shaderade’ Stewart - $6,703 Eric ‘powwow’ Ethans - $5,527 Matt ‘Impervious’ Zoorob - $4,234 Chad ‘lcauto’ Wassmuth - $2,822 Jonathan ‘Yonotan’ Magal - $1,999 Event 13: $525 Main Event Entries: 508 Prize Pool: $396,500 The final event of the WSOP.com Online Circuit was the $525 Main Event. It drew 508 entries and created a prize pool of $396,500. The guaranteed prize pool of $300,000 was easily surpassed. Soheb ‘tommyconway6’ Porbandarwala finished in first place, taking home $95,160. Also at the final table was Lupo, who took fourth for $24,979.50, and Jesse ‘MrJesseJames’ Sylvia, who finished eighth for $8,326.50. Soheb ‘tommyconway6’ Porbandarwala - $95,160 Todd ‘Google_Man’ Rodenborn - $50,355.50 Ryan ‘RyanDepaulo’ Depaulo - $32,909.50 Dan 'centrfieldr' Lupo - $24,979.50 Daniel ’ttttttttwo’ Tu - $21,014.50 Daniel ‘RedsoxNets5’ Sewnig - $17,049.50 Jed ‘jchak’ Hoffman - $12,688 Jesse ‘MrJesseJames’ Sylvia - $8,326.50 Kevin ‘vamonospest’ Lutz - $5,551
  3. After two full weeks of online poker action, the WSOP.com’s Fall Online Championships concluded this weekend as '49ersuited' took down the $175K GTD Main Event for $55,120. For the better part of October, players from Nevada and New Jersey battled for more than $1 million in guaranteed prize pools over a schedule that saw 36 of the 37 events crush their guarantees. The enthusiasm for the Fall Online Championships saw U.S. based players eager to take shots in nearly every event. The WSOP.com's $1 million total prize pool guarantee was easily met as, over the course of two weeks, players generated prize pools of over $1.5 million. [ptable zone="NJ Online Poker Promos"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] The majority of the tournaments saw guarantees exceed by thousands of dollars, including the $175,000 Guaranteed Main Event. ’49ersuited’ was the biggest winner of the entire series. They outlasted the 280-entry field of the $525 buy-in, $175,000 guaranteed Main Event for a $55,120 payday. The $212,000 Main Event prize pool offered five of the final nine players five-figure scores including runner-up ‘bustinballs’ who after narrowly missing out on the victory, took home $31,800. ‘Shiraz007’ booked a $18,656 score for their third-place Main Event finish. Five-Figure Scores The Main Event wasn’t the only opportunity for players to take a shot at a high five-figure score. There were a number of Fall Online Championship winners that booked a bankroll boosting win. Very early in the series, ‘pashock’ defeated a field of 325 entries to take down Event #2 ($100,000 No Limit Hold’em Sunday Special Edition) for $27,846. In Event #7 ($50,000 Special Tuesday Showdown), the larger $500 buy-in made it so the 100 players field gave ‘burgersssss’ the opportunity to win the $24,223.29 first-place prize. New Jersey’s Mike ‘Lav519’ Lavenburg added to his $1.5 million in career earnings when on he won Event #18 ($100,000 No Limit Hold’em Sunday Special) for a massive $33,930 payday. The $320 tournament saw 254 entries generate a $130,500 prize pool, giving Lavenburg the third biggest payday of the entire series. Just ahead of Lavenburg was another US online poker pro as David ‘bewater’ Goodman won Event #23 - $85,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller. The $1,000 buy-in had 78 players and 57 re-entries push the prize pool to over $128K and gave the #1-player in Nevada $36,743.62 for the victory. The amount was good enough to push Goodman up over $1.6 million in career earnings. Big Names Battling Over the course of two weeks, the Fall Online Championships saw some of the top-tier U.S. based online poker talent battle for the titles. New Jersey by-way-of Pennsylvania grinder Anthony ‘flawlessbink’ Maio was the winner in Event #4 - $25,000 No Limit Hold’em w/ Re-entry where he took home $9,435.06 for first while Nevada’s #3-ranked ‘Bamatide88’ took home the gold medal in Event #9 - $20,000 No Limit Hold’em Six Max for over $8,400. The United State’s current #2-ranked grinder Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo was the winner of the few PLO tournaments offered as he took down Event #28 - $10,000 PLO Six Max for $3,643.20 which helped him inch closer to the $3 million in career earnings milestone. Although he didn’t pick up a Fall Online Championships title, Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon, the #1-ranked player in the US, did cash in nine of the events, earning over $10K in the two weeks. WSOP.com Fall Online Championships Winners # EVENT WINNER AMOUNT 1 Fall OC #1 - $25,000 NLH [R&A] Katie1972 $8,582.00 2 Fall OC #2 - $100,000 NLH Sunday Special Edition [Re-entry] pashock $27,846.00 3 Fall OC #3 - $20,000 NLH 4-Max [R&A] wsop1959 $7,824.60 4 Fall OC #4 - $25,000 NLH [Re-entry] flawlessbink $9,435.06 5 Fall OC #5 - $15,000 NLH 8×8 [8R, 8-Max, Turbo] ladyfingers $4,681.60 6 Fall OC #6 - $12,500 NLH [Knockout] Tommy_Nubs $4,406.68 7 Fall OC #7 - $50,000 Special Tuesday Showdown [Re-entry] burgersssss $24,223.29 8 Fall OC #8 - $15,000 NLH [Re-entry, Super Turbo] LeftSid3 $6,015.76 9 Fall OC #9 - $20,000 NLH 6-Max [Re-entry] bamatide88 $8,495.28 10 Fall OC #10 - $10,000 NLH [R&A, Turbo] tc_ownz $4,629.62 11 Fall OC #11 - $15,000 NLH [R&A] zackattack $5,654.04 12 Fall OC #12 - $15,000 NLH [Freezeout] jchak $5,387.98 13 Fall OC #13 - $15,000 NLH 6-Max [Re-entry] pure_reason $5,464.80 14 Fall OC #14 - $12,500 NLH Turbo Deepstack llareuqnoc $4,473.73 15 Fall OC #15 - $20,000 NLH [R&A] Mahakala108 $6,675.76 16 Fall OC #16 - $15,000 NLH [Re-entry] freshness4 $5,762.88 17 Fall OC #17 - $22,222 NLH [R&A] IQ84. $5,444.39 18 Fall OC #18 - $100,000 NLH Sunday Special Edition [Re-entry] mygame $33,930.00 19 Fall OC #19 - $15,000 NLH [Freezeout] letsplay77 $6,912.88 20 Fall OC #20 - $15,000 NLH [R&A] LASVEGAS17 $6,559.28 21 Fall OC #21 - $12,500 NLH Monster Stack [R&A, Super Turbo] CAPPED redsoxnets5 $5,148.55 22 Fall OC #22 - $20,000 NLH [R&A] Quasar $8,179,49 23 Fall OC #23 - $85,000 NLH High Roller [Re-entry, 6-Max] bewater $36,743.62 24 Fall OC #24 - $15,000 NLH [Knockout] avocadotoast $6,166.16 + $1,200 in bounties 25 Fall OC #25 - $20,000 NLH Deepstack Super Addon [R&A] JoelEmbiid21 $7,504.14 26 Fall OC #26 - $15,000 NLH [Re-entry] Panoramic $7,501.68 27 Fall OC #27 - $30,000 NLH 6-Max [Re-entry] Robotbob47 $13,308.96 28 Fall OC #28 - $10,000 PLO 6-Max [R&A] centrfieldr $3,643.20 29 Fall OC #29 - $15,000 NLH [R&A] stewhunger $4,986.24 30 Fall OC #30 - $15,000 NLH [Re-entry] srl50k $6,582.60 31 Fall OC #31 - $15,000 NLH [Re-entry, 6-Max] harry24k44 $5,996.10 32 Fall OC #32 - $15,000 NLH Deepstack [R&A] BIG_MACE $5,913.74 33 Fall OC #33 - $30,000 NLH Special Sunday Deepstack [R&A, Super Addon] lowrider711 $10,593.08 34 Fall OC #34 - $175,000 NLH Main Event [Re-entry] 49ersuited $55,120.00 35 Fall OC #35 - $30,000 NLH [Freezeout] ybluffme $11,236.00 36 Fall OC #36 - $30,000 PLO High Roller [Re-entry, 6-Max] .BEAST. $11,931.85 37 Fall OC #37 - $20,000 NLH Deepstack [Turbo, Re-entry] sri50k $7,435.90
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