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  1. This weekend in Nevada, eight PocketFives members made it to ten final tables and cashed for $5,312 total. Earning the most, with three cashes, was JCHAK (pictured), who took home over $2,280. WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with nine major events including the Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee and Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee on Saturday, the $2K Sunday FreezeOut, the $15,000 Weekly Sunday Guarantee, the $3,000 Guarantee Six-Max, and the $10K Sunday Reloader. WSOP.com had 825 runners vying for the 119 available prizes totaling $90,249. The player with the highest individual cash was El_Tiburon in the Sunday $15,000 for $7,842. The following are the tournament results for this weekend from WSOP.com, one of the regulated online poker sites in Nevada. Visit PocketFives' Nevada poker community for the latest news and discussion from Nevada players. ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Friday, June 5 had 87 runners buying in for $30 each ($27.30+$2.70), 121 re-buys, and 63 add-ons totaling $7,398. 15 spots were paid with 1st place $2,108 and 15th place getting $162. The top nine finishers were: 1. PVACC444 $2,108.51 2. Kudos88 $1,220.71 3. JaminOnFaces $739.83 (JaminOnFaces) 4. DaKrippla $591.86 5. RIPDoyle $510.48 6. Mr.AGLUES $436.49 (Mr.AGLUES) 7. Slingga $362.51 8. scott67 $251.54 (scott67) 9. Zizi7 $199.75 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the Weekend Warm-Up $50 R&A $5,000 Guarantee event on Saturday, June 6 had 73 runners buying in for $50 ($45.50+$4.50), 75 rebuys and 73 add-ons creating a prize pool of $9,236. There were 8 winners with 1st place $2,863 and 8th place $415. The eight finishers were: 1. aironie1 $2,863.31 2. renoreno $1,939.66 3. FromBehind $1,200.74 4. deposit $923.65 5. roberts34 $785.10 6. roarr $600.37 7. Carl0sDanger $508.00 8. Mikeciti $415.64 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the $30 Re-Entry $3,000 Guarantee event on Saturday, June 6 had 72 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 35 re-entries, and 41 add-ons totaling $4,040. 8 spots were paid with 1st place $1,252 and 8th place getting $181. The eight finishers were: 1. Iveys_Son $1,252.52 2. spicywasabi $848.48 3. Asballer23 $525.25 4. 121Gigawatts $404.04 5. 28.06.42.12 $343.43 6. slam_donk $262.62 7. Bob_Loblaw $222.22 8. PowellJam $181.81 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Saturday, June 6 had 79 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 78 re-buys, and 51 add-ons totaling $5,678. 15 spots were paid with 1st place $1,618 and 15th place getting $124. The top nine finishers were: 1. Kody10 $1,618.34 2. Claytonbgsby $936.93 3. RIPDoyle $567.84 4. Pigeon $454.27 5. Carl0sDanger $391.80 6. RickyRino $335.02 7. MrBeaumont $278.24 (MrBeaumont) 8. JackG $193.06 9. Durden $153.31 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the $50 FreezeOut on Sunday with a $2000 Guarantee June 7 had 99 runners buying in for $50 ($45.50+$4.50) creating a prize pool of $4,504. There were 10 winners with 1st place $1,351 and 10th place $112. The ten finishers were: 1. 1A111Z1 $1,351.35 2. WizeDragon $900.90 3. mjparry $540.54 4. happymon $427.92 5. zzdagger $360.36 6. jchak $270.27 (JCHAK) 7. renoreno $225.22 8. PortomasoBlu $180.18 9. VPIHokie1970 $135.13 (Josh Reynolds) 10. LadyLiberty $112.61 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $15K Guarantee for Sunday, June 7, had 157 runners buying in for $200 ($185+$15) for a total prize pool of $29,045. 30 spots were paid with 1st place $7,842 and 30th place $264. The top nine finishers were: 1. El_Tiburon $7,842.15 2. roboalbeia $4,574.58 3. Claytonbgsby $2,614.05 4. ClemsonGrad $2,033.15 5. jchak $1,742.70 (JCHAK) 6. Robotica00 $1,452.25 7. Whatupdg $1,103.71 8. butters $697.08 (Butters) 9. Handsomemaxx $493.76 (Handsomemaxx) ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A 6-Max $3,000 Guarantee for Sunday, June 7 had 70 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 61 re-buys, and 47 add-ons totaling $4,859. 8 spots were paid with 1st place $1,506 and 8th place getting $218. The eight finishers were: 1. Kudos88 $1,506.41 2. RIPDoyle $1,020.47 3. jackpride $631.72 4. Carl0sDanger $485.94 5. Akustiqx1 $413.04 6. XTrouble $315.86 7. jchak $267.26 (JCHAK) 8. KingShippo $218.67 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $10K GTD Sunday Reloader, June 7, had 91 runners buying in for $100 ($9+1$9), 52 re-entries, and 57 add-ons for a total prize pool of $18,200. 10 spots were paid with 1st place $5,460 and 10th place $455. The ten finishers were: 1. unlvrebel74 $5,460 2. ValueBet $3,640 3. JWWeatherman $2,184 4. Carl0sDanger $1,729 5. Mr.AGLUES $1,456 (Mr.AGLUES) 6. deathdrone $1,092 7. Fish_Sauce $910 8. baystateguy $728 9. skellyfactor $546 (Stimey661) 10. happymon $455 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Sunday, June 7 had 97 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 105 re-buys, and 65 add-ons totaling $7,289. 15 spots were paid with 1st place $2,077 and 15th place getting $160. The top nine finishers were: 1. toynk $2,077.39 2. Goscorp $1,202.70 3. SuGaRaY71 $728.91 4. mattioda17 $583.14 5. isldur $502.94 6. Bigace223 $430.05 7. wmagik2 $357.16 8. RareStake $247.82 9. FishSticks25 $196.80
  2. This weekend in Nevada, 13 PocketFives members made it to 15 final tables, cashing for $22,219 total. bassmastertook down the Sunday $15K on WSOP for $6,919, his second takedown in a row in that event. bcm4924took down the Weekend Warm-Up for $2,270. Butterscashed twice, winning over $640, and JaminOnFaces(pictured) took home $1,898 for his two cashes. JCHAK's second place finish in the Sunday $15K was for $4,025, an event that he said was "the wrong tourney" on Twitter. WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with nine events including the Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee and Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee on Saturday, the $2K Sunday Freeze-Out, the $15,000 Weekly Sunday Guarantee, the $3,000 Guarantee Six-Max, and the $10K Sunday Reloader. WSOP.com had 713 runners vying for the 102 available prizes totaling $78,152. The player with the highest individual cash was mnbass1in the Sunday $15,000 for $6,919. The following are the tournament results for this weekend from WSOP.com, one of the regulated online poker sites in Nevada. Visit PocketFives' Nevada poker community for the latest news and discussion from Nevada players. ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Friday, March 27 had 73 runners buying in for $30 each ($27.30+$2.70), 92 re-buys, and 47 add-ons totaling $5,787. 10 spots were paid with 1st place $1,678 and 10th place getting $162. The ten finishers were: 1. FromBehind $1,678.40 2. suebee1999 $983.89 3. eplefty15 $694.51 4. Carl0sDanger $578.76 5. BSHriever5 $463.00 6. Scadush $399.34 7. Miggy24 $341.46 8. DnAssistant $283.59 9. chefward2 $202.56 10. SIT_TITE $162.05 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the Weekend Warm-Up $50 R&A $5,000 Guarantee event on Saturday, March 28 had 64 runners buying in for $50 ($45.50+$4.50), 59 rebuys and 38 add-ons creating a prize pool of $7,325. There were 8 winners with 1st place $2,270 and 8th place $329. The eight finishers were: 1. bcmclawh $2,270.90 (bcm4924) 2. gramps22 $1,538.35 3. Enigmata $952.31 (Enigmata) 4. eplefty15 $732.55 5. Wolf_51 $622.66 (Wolf_51) 6. skellyfactor $476.15 7. twonexcelz $402.90 8. Carl0Danger $329.64 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the $30 Re-Entry $3,000 Guarantee event on Saturday, March 28 had 61 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 30 re-entries, and 41 add-ons totaling $3,603. 8 spots were paid with 1st place $1,117 and 8th place getting $162. The eight finishers were: 1. ButtonzGood $1,117.11 2. slam_donk $756.75 3. gramps22 $468.46 4. JaminOnFaces $360.36 (JaminOnFaces) 5. Luckbox86 $306.30 6. PJG_66 $234.23 7. Kody10 $198.19 8. Sharptop. $162.16 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the $50 FreezeOut on Sunday with a $2000 Guarantee March 29 had 91 runners buying in for $50 ($45.50+$4.50) creating a prize pool of $4,140. There were 10 winners with 1st place $1,242 and 10th place $103. The ten finishers were: 1. ButtonzGood $1,242.15 2. ValueTown $828.10 (ValueTown) 3. viscious $496.86 4. Tropigirl62 $393.34 5. HarborMan $331.24 6. SuGaRaY71 $248.43 7. SamuelAdam $207.02 8. 4Agreements $165.62 9. BeTheLight $124.21 10. Leonidas $103.51 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $15K Guarantee for Sunday, March 29, had 136 runners buying in for $200 ($185+$15) for a total prize pool of $25,160. 25 spots were paid with 1st place $6,919 and 25th place $301. The top nine finishers were: 1. mnbass1 $6,919.00 (bassmaster) 2. jchak $4,025.60 (jchak) 3. diamondgirl $2,289.56 4. tommydawg $1,786.36 5. Piejay $1,534.76 6. Sgt.Pepper $1,283.16 7. voffvoffvoff $981.24 (voff) 8. DontBl1nk $629.00 9. eplefty15 $452.88 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $10K GTD Sunday Reloader, March 29, had 82 runners buying in for $100 ($9+1$9), 41 re-entries, and 55 add-ons for a total prize pool of $16,198. 10 spots were paid with 1st place $4,859 and 10th place $404. The ten finishers were: 1. Castor $4,859.40 2. 4jokerakickr $3,239.60 3. flopshopper $1,943.76 4. JaminOnFaces $1,538.81 (JaminOnFaces) 5. paugoku $1,295.84 6. JZSCRILLA $971.88 7. FMyWife $809.90 8. doced $647.92 9. Tangus $485.94 10. hyrepower $404.95 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Sunday, March 29 had 85 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 100 re-buys, and 59 add-ons totaling $6,661. 15 spots were paid with 1st place $1,898 and 15th place getting $146. The top nine finishers were: 1. gpokerg $1,898.44 2. RWinn $1,099.09 (RWinn) 3. zentrain $666.12 4. Impervious $532.89 5. PaulDewald $459.62 (PremiumStud) 6. Mantodea $393.01 7. Luckbox86 $326.39 8. jdcandidate $226.48 9. cptcruise321 $179.85 10. ButtonzGood $146.54
  3. This weekend in Nevada, 12 PocketFives members made it to 20 final tables, cashing for $21,232 total. JCHAK(pictured) led the way with four cashes totaling $4,194. MastAAce08 had two cashes, including a win in the Sunday Night $3K, for a total of $3,100. WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with nine major events including the Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee and Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee on Saturday, the $2K Sunday Freezeout, the $15,000 Weekly Sunday Guarantee, the $3,000 Guarantee 6-Max, and the $10K Sunday Reloader. All events except the Saturday Re-Entry event exceeded their guarantees. WSOP.com had 678 runners vying for the 98 available prizes totaling $75,198. The player with the highest individual cash was papayain the Sunday $15,000 for $7,631. The following are the tournament results for this weekend from WSOP.com, one of the regulated online poker sites in Nevada. Visit PocketFives' Nevada poker community for the latest news and discussion from Nevada players. ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Friday, May 1 had 78 runners buying in for $30 each ($27.30+$2.70), 85 re-buys, and 47 add-ons totaling $5,733. 15 spots were paid with 1st place $1,633 and 15th place getting $126. The top nine finishers were: 1. Akustiqx1 $1,633.90 2. jchak $945.94 (JCHAK) 3. Joey900rr $573.30 4. Castor $458.64 5. rhinodash $395.57 (rhinodash) 6. butters $338.24 (Butters) 7. Dumptruck $280.91 8. RWinn $194.92 (RWinn) 9. rebuypls $154.79 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the Weekend Warm-Up $50 R&A $5,000 Guarantee event on Saturday, May 2 had 52 runners buying in for $50 ($45.50+$4.50), 37 rebuys and 33 add-ons creating a prize pool of $5,551. There were 6 winners with 1st place $1,942 and 6th place $444. The six finishers were: 1. RichrdParker $1,942.85 (RichrdParker) 2. SamuelAdam $1,221.22 3. PlovesV65 $832.65 4. bcmclawh $610.61 (bcm4924) 5. happymon $499.59 6. Robbie41 $444.08 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the $30 Re-Entry $3,000 Guarantee event on Saturday, May 2 had 44 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 21 re-entries, and 26 add-ons totaling $2,484, creating an overlay of $516. 5 spots were paid with 1st place $1,110 and 5th place getting $330. The five finishers were: 1. Durden $1,110 2. papaya $750 3. bcmclawh $450 (bcm4924) 4. Castor $360 5. DoctorZ $330 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Saturday, May 2 had 48 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 68 re-buys, and 33 add-ons totaling $4,067. 8 spots were paid with 1st place $1,301 and 8th place getting $211. The eight finishers were: 1. helionic $1,301.66 2. ReddishApe $732.18 3. Castor $508.46 4. Handsomemaxx $427.10 (Handsomemaxx) 5. astroboy $337.61 6. jchak $296.94 (JCHAK) 7. papaya $252.19 8. dicma $211.52 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the $50 FreezeOut on Sunday with a $2000 Guarantee May 3 had 108 runners buying in for $50 ($45.50+$4.50) creating a prize pool of $4,914. There were 15 winners with 1st place $1,375 and 15th place $103. The top nine finishers were: 1. Wolf_51 $1,375.92 (Wolf_51) 2. altruizine $835.38 3. Adam_Vogl $520.88 4. imr2d2 $422.60 5. mlawson $373.46 6. SamuelAdam $260.44 7. VCaesar77 $211.30 8. dicma $162.16 9. NICKKKK $132.67 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $15K Guarantee for Sunday, May 3, had 150 runners buying in for $200 ($185+$15) for a total prize pool of $27,750. 25 spots were paid with 1st place $7,631 and 25th place $333. The top nine finishers were: 1. papaya $7,631.25 2. nani0713 $4,440.00 (nani0713) 3. Guypie $2,525.25 4. rememberme $1,970.25 5. umeus01 $1,692.75 6. brokefinger $1,415.25 (asianhustler) 7. jchak $1,082.25 (JCHAK) 8. bk1048 $693.75 9. Rainman3817 $499.50 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A 6-Max $3,000 Guarantee for Sunday, May 3 had 52 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 46 re-buys, and 38 add-ons totaling $3,712. 6 spots were paid with 1st place $1,299 and 6th place getting $297. The six finishers were: 1. airderien $1,299.48 2. rhinodash $816.81 (rhinodash) 3. Kingsilas $556.92 4. SpewArtist $408.40 5. DaSurrealist $334.15 6. aminchit $297.02 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $10K GTD Sunday Reloader, May 3, had 73 runners buying in for $100 ($9+1$9), 37 re-entries, and 48 add-ons for a total prize pool of $14,378. 8 spots were paid with 1st place $4,457 and 8th place $647. The eight finishers were: 1. 4jokerakickr $4,457.18 2. Durden $3,019.38 3. jchak $1,869.14 (JCHAK) 4. bewater $1,437.80 (MastAAce08) 5. Successful $1,222.13 6. bcmclawh $934.57 (bcm4924) 7. luckisreal $790.79 8. Guypie $647.01 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Sunday, May 3 had 73 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 87 re-buys, and 50 add-ons totaling $5,733. 10 spots were paid with 1st place $1,662 and 10th place getting $160. The ten finishers were: 1. bewater $1,662.57 (MastAAce08) 2. vegas_cubas $974.61 3. Professor2.0 $687.96 4. Carl0sDanger $573.30 5. dogya $458.64 6. Handsomemaxx $395.57 (Handsomemaxx) 7. KingShippo $338.24 8. spicywasabi $280.91 9. PJG_66 $200.65 (PJG_66) 10. Akustiqx1 $160.52
  4. PocketFives had the opportunity to chat with JCHAK, aka Jed Hoffman (pictured). His total winnings to date online with WSOP.com currently stands at $65,000 and climbing. PocketFives: Are you living in Nevada or visiting? Jed Hoffman: I live in Reno. It's a great place. There is a lot of growth and development in the area and it's close to Lake Tahoe and the Sierras, so there are always a lot of things to do. PocketFives: What do you base your current successes online? Jed Hoffman: Perseverance in clicking buttons. The factors and variables in the algorithm of No Limit tournament poker are numerous and complex; for me, situational experience is the best way to optimize results. Recognition of equitable spots, player image, game flow, stack size implications, ICM considerations, and evolution in game tactics all become increasingly familiar with experience. Plus, it's really fun to click buttons. PocketFives: What do you like best about playing online poker? Jed Hoffman: Being able to play tournaments from home is pretty sweet. Nothing beats shipping a tourney while watching a "Breaking Bad" marathon. I used to play a considerable amount online prior to Black Friday and for it to be back and growing is great. Hopefully, legislation will continue to progress and eventually allow shared state player pools so six-figure scores will once again be possible. PocketFives: What was you most memorable moment in 2014? Jed Hoffman: Poker-wise, winning a Circuit ring at Choctaw was pretty memorable, that and making two HPT televised final tables. I was also able to move forward on a development project funded entirely by my poker winnings from the previous year. Overall, it was a pretty decent year. PocketFives: Do you have any special plans for poker in 2015? Jed Hoffman: The first part of the year I have been finishing up a project, so I have been on a bit of a poker hiatus. I'm currently on vacation and when I get back I will be hitting up some series on the West Coast. It's good to take a break now; it allows you to come back refreshed and invigorated, which is important, as poker has a way of grinding down your enthusiasm if you let it. PocketFives: Do you plan to play at the Rio in the upcoming WSOP? Jed Hoffman: Every year is different for me as far as what events I play and how much time I spend in Vegas during the Series. Sometimes, it's several 10-day trips and sometimes it's a two-month trip; it just depends on how I'm feeling about my game, what projects I have going, and how things work out.
  5. This weekend in Nevada, 13 PocketFives members made it to 18 final tables and cashed for $11,506 collectively, or 17% of the available prize pool. ChaosTheoryled the way with over $3,100 in winnings. JCHAK(pictured) had the most cashes at three and took home over $1,373. Only one PocketFiver finished in first place, as ColHanzLanda won the Sunday Freezeout for $1,173. WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with nine events including the Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee and Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee on Saturday, the $2K Sunday Freezeout, the $20,000 Sunday Guarantee, the $3,000 Guarantee Six-Max, and the $10K Sunday Reloader. WSOP.com had 645 runners vying for the 144 available prizes totaling $64,743. The player with the highest individual cash was SLAMDUNK in the Sunday $20,000 for $7,071, making him a back-to-back winner as he took down last week’s Sunday $20,000 as well. The following are the tournament results for this weekend from WSOP.com, one of the regulated online poker sites in Nevada. Visit PocketFives' Nevada poker community for the latest news and discussion from Nevada players. ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Friday, August 14 had 81 runners buying in for $30 each ($27.30+$2.70), 103 re-buys, and 55 add-ons totaling $6,524. 15 spots were paid with 1st place $1,859 and 15th place getting $143. The top nine finishers were: 1. Asballer23 $1,859.53 2. georgeMcfly $1,076.57 (georgeMcfly) 3. 7dueced $652.47 (7dueced) 4. ChaosTheory $521.97 (ChaosTheory) 5. Whitey14 $450.20 6. Goscorp $384.95 7. blaise $319.71 8. bdv81 $221.83 9. dahani $176.16 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the Weekend Warm-Up $50 R&A $5,000 Guarantee event on Saturday, August 15 had 47 runners buying in for $50 ($45.50+$4.50), 45 rebuys and 29 add-ons creating a prize pool of $5,505. There were 5 winners with 1st place $2,037 and 5th place $605. The five finishers were: 1. Durden $2,037.03 2. FishOntilt $1,376.37 3. vanillashake $825.62 4. SOMEONEINLV $660.66 5. LongHair5150 $605.60 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the $30 Re-Entry $3,000 Guarantee event on Saturday, August 15 had 58 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 24 re-entries, and 32 add-ons totaling $3,112. 6 spots were paid with 1st place $1,089 and 6th place getting $248. The six finishers were: 1. Watson $1,089.27 2. back2back $684.68 3. _KQAA_ $466.83 4. bigfunnymone $342.34 5. Nutsinurface $280.09 (Nutsinurface) 6. SamuelAdam $248.97 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Saturday, August 15 had 60 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 57 re-buys, and 37 add-ons totaling $4,204. 9 spots were paid with 1st place $1,261 and 9th place getting $155. The nine finishers were: 1. dahani $1,261.26 2. Oilypete $735.73 3. legum $512.91 4. isldur $428.82 5. RichrdParker $340.54 (RichrdParker) 6. jchak $298.49 (JCHAK) 7. PurpleDeuce $256.45 8. Realist $214.41 9. 2inthechest $155.55 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the $50 FreezeOut on Sunday with a $2000 Guarantee August 16 had 86 runners buying in for $50 ($45.50+$4.50) creating a prize pool of $3,913. There were 10 winners with 1st place $1,173 and 10th place $97. The ten finishers were: 1. ColHanzLanda $1,173.90 (ColHanzLanda) 2. Cheeks $782.60 3. thakilla $469.56 4. basicplay $371.73 5. mrm71121 $313.04 6. SinCityLover $234.78 7. Rook1122 $195.65 8. dudasdb $156.52 (dudasdb) 9. TaterSalad59 $117.39 10. Oilypete $97.82 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $20K Guarantee for Sunday, August 16, had 139 runners buying in for $200 ($185+$15) for a total prize pool of $25,715. 25 spots were paid with 1st place $7,071 and 25th place $308. The top nine finishers were: 1. SLAMDUNK $7,071.62 2. nutella $4,114.40 3. Norris $2,340.06 4. mdx88 $1,825.76 5. DontBl1nk $1,568.61 6. Neverthenuts $1,311.46 7. Piejay $1,002.88 8. PUREOG $642.87 9. freezer $462.87 (wsopfreezer) ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A 6-Max $3,000 Guarantee for Sunday, August 16 had 42 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 33 re-buys, and 28 add-ons totaling $2,812 and creating an overlay of $188. 5 spots were paid with 1st place $1,110 and 5th place getting $330. The five finishers were: 1. PVACC444 $1,110 2. jchak $750 (JCHAK) 3. attila $450 4. PowerKC $360 (Power) 5. PaulDewald $330 (PaulDewald) ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $10K GTD Sunday Reloader, August 16, had 59 runners buying in for $100 ($91+$9), 39 re-entries, and 33 add-ons for a total prize pool of $11,921. 6 spots were paid with 1st place $4,172 and 6th place $953. The six finishers were: 1. mlawson $4,172.35 2. ChaosTheory $2,622.62 (ChaosTheory) 3. GarGar $1,788.15 4. lindleyloo $1,311.31 (lindeyloo22) 5. Droseph $1,072.89 6. BTCBlade $953.68 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Sunday, August 16 had 73 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 81 re-buys, and 48 add-ons totaling $5,514. 10 spots were paid with 1st place $1,599 and 10th place getting $154. The ten finishers were: 1. SIT_TITE $1,599.23 2. bigboydough $937.48 3. JimmyH $661.75 4. Mavericks $551.46 5. dutch $441.16 6. georgeMcfly $380.50 (georgeMcfly) 7. jchak $325.36 (JCHAK) 8. SirJWAB $270.21 (Sir) 9. PowerKC $193.01 (Power) 10. isldur $154.40
  6. This weekend in Nevada, nine PocketFives members made it to 14 final tables and cashed for $11,563 collectively, or 17% of the total prize pool. There were two first place finishers among PocketFivers: JCHAK(pictured) won the Sunday $3K Six-Max for $1,353 and Nutsinurfacetook down the Weekend Warm-Up on Saturday for $2,424. PaulDewald cashed in three tournaments for a total of $1,443. WSOP.com had 621 runners vying for the 79 available prizes totaling $65,034. Two events did not meet their guarantees; the Saturday $3K Re-Entry Event and the Sunday $10K Re-loader Event had overlays of $79 and $263, respectively. The player with the highest individual cash was bk1048 in the Sunday $20,000 for $5,853. The following are the tournament results for this weekend from WSOP.com, one of the regulated online poker sites in Nevada. Visit PocketFives' Nevada poker community for the latest news and discussion from Nevada players. ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Friday, September 4 had 88 runners buying in for $30 each ($27.30+$2.70), 101 re-buys, and 69 add-ons totaling $7,043. 15 spots were paid with 1st place $2,007 and 15th place getting $154. The top nine finishers were: 1. moneymike88 $2,007.36 2. mgawllc $1,162.16 3. Durden $704.34 4. dutch $563.47 5. JTHollywood $485.99 6. dahani $415.56 7. DMcCoy $345.12 8. Ronit $239.47 9. Michaela613 $190.17 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the Weekend Warm-Up $50 R&A $5,000 Guarantee event on Saturday, September 5 had 50 runners buying in for $50 ($45.50+$4.50), 56 rebuys and 38 add-ons creating a prize pool of $6,552. There were 5 winners with 1st place $2,424 and 5th place $720. The five finishers were: 1. Nutsinurface $2,424.24 (Nutsinurface) 2. dicma $1,638.00 3. Sgt.Pepper $982.80 4. jchak $786.24 (JCHAK) 5. kbpkr $720.72 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the $30 Re-Entry $3,000 Guarantee event on Saturday, September 5 had 52 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 29 re-entries, and 26 add-ons totaling $2,921 and creating an overlay of $79. 6 spots were paid with 1st place $1,050 and 6th place getting $240. The six finishers were: 1. umeus01 $1,050 2. jchak $660 (JCHAK) 3. skellyfactor $450 (Stimey661) 4. JimmyH $330 5. PaulDewald $270 (PaulDewald) 6. Bob_Loblaw $240 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Saturday, September 5 had 60 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 66 re-buys, and 40 add-ons totaling $4,531. 9 spots were paid with 1st place $1,359 and 9th place getting $167. The nine finishers were: 1. nooch $1,359.54 2. 777lky777 $793.06 3. Enigmata $552.87 (Enigmata) 4. Sundae420 $462.24 5. happymon $367.07 6. umeus01 $321.75 7. Vegasvuk $276.43 8. Ronit $231.12 9. datdude $167.67 (datdude) ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the $50 FreezeOut on Sunday with a $2000 Guarantee September 6 had 95 runners buying in for $50 ($45.50+$4.50) creating a prize pool of $4,322. There were 10 winners with 1st place $1,296 and 10th place $108. The top finishers were: 1. moneymike88 $1,296.75 2. Rook1122 $864.50 3. namisgr $518.70 4. Adrenalin $410.63 5. CheckFold $345.80 6. PaulDewald $259.35 (PaulDewald) 7. Red_Baron $216.12 8. VPIHokie1970 $172.90 (Josh Reynolds) 9. mikenjantice $129.67 10. 4Agreements $108.06 (wholefnshow) ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $20K Guarantee for Sunday, September 6, had 113 runners buying in for $200 ($185+$15) for a total prize pool of $20,905. 20 spots were paid with 1st place $5,853 and 20th place $334. The top nine finishers were: 1. bk1048 $5,853.40 2. dutch $3,386.61 3. ChaosTheory $1,944.16 (ChaosTheory) 4. Tewright1787 $1,526.06 5. KingShippo $1,317.01 6. nooch $1,107.96 7. baystateguy $878.01 8. Fish.N.Chips $585.34 9. callmuckship $439.00 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A 6-Max $3,000 Guarantee for Sunday, September 6 had 49 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 56 re-buys, and 29 add-ons totaling $3,658. 5 spots were paid with 1st place $1,353 and 5th place getting $402. The five finishers were: 1. jchak $1,353.53 (JCHAK) 2. PaulDewald $914.55 (PaulDewald) 3. DMcCoy $548.73 4. prudence $438.98 5. KingofAC $402.40 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $10K GTD Sunday Reloader, September 6, had 48 runners buying in for $100 ($91+$9), 23 re-entries, and 36 add-ons for a total prize pool of $9,737 creating an overlay of $263. 5 spots were paid with 1st place $3,700 and 5th place $1,100. The five finishers were: 1. Castor $3,700 2. Piejay $2,500 3. VPIHokie1970 $1,500 (Josh Reynolds) 4. PowerKC $1,200 5. LuckboxKins $1,100 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Sunday, September 6 had 66 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 74 re-buys, and 44 add-ons totaling $5,023. 10 spots were paid with 1st place $1,456 and 10th place getting $140. The ten finishers were: 1. Guypie $1,456.72 2. dylansdad $853.94 3. mc0219 $602.78 4. Diver2 $502.32 5. priest888 $401.85 6. Sgt.Pepper $346.60 7. TX2NV $296.36 8. legum $246.13 9. mgawllc $175.81 10. BSmith1890 $140.64
  7. This weekend in Nevada, 11 PocketFives members made it to 12 final tables and cashed for $9,354 collectively. Wolf_51finished 2nd in the Sunday $10K Re-Loader, winning $2,656. For ZenEnso, a 6th place finish in the Sunday $20K gave him $1,535. JCHAK (pictured) cashed in 4th place in the Sunday $10K Re-Loader, taking home $1,264. WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with nine major events including the Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee and Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee on Saturday, the $2K Sunday FreezeOut, the $20,000 Sunday Guarantee, the $3,000 Guarantee 6-Max, and the $10K Sunday Reloader. Only the Saturday $3K Re-Entry Event failed to meet the guarantee. The Sunday $20K was increased from $15K to $20K, but the last time this event generated less than $20K was on February 15th ($19,980). WSOP.com had 754 runners vying for the 110 available prizes totaling $79,536. The player with the highest individual cash was checkmatein the Sunday $20,000 for $8,291. The following are the tournament results for this weekend from WSOP.com, one of the regulated online poker sites in Nevada. Visit PocketFives' Nevada poker community for the latest news and discussion from Nevada players. ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Friday, July 31 had 82 runners buying in for $30 each ($27.30+$2.70), plus re-buys, and add-ons totaling $5,842. 15 spots were paid with 1st place $1,665 and 15th place getting $128. The top nine finishers were: 1. excalibur74 $1,665.02 2. ChaosTheory $963.96 3. RURAHRAHRAH $584.22 4. greggr2009 $467.37 5. SamuelAdam $403.11 6. CardDr1924 $344.68 7. RichrdParker $286.26 (RichrdParker) 8. Fade2Black $198.63 9. Luckboxbryan $157.73 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the Weekend Warm-Up $50 R&A $5,000 Guarantee event on Saturday, August 1 had 65 runners buying in for $50 ($45.50+$4.50), 61 rebuys and 40 add-ons creating a prize pool of $7,553. There were 8 winners with 1st place $2,341 and 8th place $339. The eight finishers were: 1. aminchit $2,341.43 2. Castor $1,586.13 3. shoegal5225 $981.89 4. SexGymPoker $755.30 5. dicma $642.00 6. RichrdParker $490.94 (RichrdParker) 7. Droseph $415.41 8. bcmclawh $339.88 (bcm4924) ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the $30 Re-Entry $3,000 Guarantee event on Saturday, August 1 had 57 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 24 re-entries, and 27 add-ons totaling $2,948 creating an overlay of $52. 6 spots were paid with 1st place $1,050 and 6th place getting $240. The six finishers were: 1. helionic $1,050 2. JaminOnFaces $660 (JaminOnFaces) 3. ChaosTheory $450 4. Zizi7 $330 5. mm0825 $270 6. rsnmike $240 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Saturday, August 1 had 65 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 81 re-buys, and 44 add-ons totaling $5,187. 10 spots were paid with 1st place $1,504 and 10th place getting $145. The ten finishers were: 1. isldur $1,504.23 2. bradmac10489 $881.79 3. Castor $622.44 4. dutch $518.70 5. DMcCoy $414.96 6. Tewright1787 $357.90 7. legum $306.03 8. stickystax $254.16 9. Goscorp $181.54 10. dsommer27 $145.23 ------------------------------- WSOP.com – the $50 FreezeOut on Sunday with a $2000 Guarantee August 2 had 109 runners buying in for $50 ($45.50+$4.50) creating a prize pool of $4,959. There were 15 winners with 1st place $1,388 and 15th place $104. The top nine finishers were: 1. douevenlift $1,388.66 2. DJTrapper $843.11 3. 4Agreements $525.70 (wholefnshow) 4. Flv…Ron $426.51 5. JOHNYVGS $376.92 6. pocketsylvia $262.85 7. Hard2Bluff $213.25 8. Tewright1787 $163.66 9. BSHriever5 $133.90 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $20K Guarantee for Sunday, August 2, had 166 runners buying in for $200 ($185+$15) for a total prize pool of $30,710. 30 spots were paid with 1st place $8,291 and 30th place $279. The top nine finishers were: 1. checkmate $8,291.70 2. katieannm1 $4,836.82 3. deposit $2,763.90 4. Warchant08 $2,149.70 5. sykeology $1,842.60 6. ZenSatori $1,535.50 (ZenEnso) 7. KISMIF $1,166.98 8. fishn.chips $737.04 9. BSHriever5 $522.07 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A 6-Max $3,000 Guarantee for Sunday, August 2 had 66 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 60 re-buys, and 36 add-ons totaling $4,422. 8 spots were paid with 1st place $1,371 and 8th place getting $199. The eight finishers were: 1. mjparry $1,371.00 2. pocketsylvia $928.74 3. Fade2Black $574.93 4. lindleyloo $442.26 (lindeyloo22) 5. datdude $375.92 (datdude) 6. brianboy1345 $287.46 7. altruizine $243.24 8. iRollltide $199.01 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $10K GTD Sunday Reloader, August 2, had 73 runners buying in for $100 ($9+1$9), 27 re-entries, and 39 add-ons for a total prize pool of $12,649. 8 spots were paid with 1st place $3,921 and 8th place $569. The eight finishers were: 1. BTCBlade $3,921.19 2. Wolf_51 $2,656.29 (Wolf_51) 3. Sundae420 $1,644.37 4. jchak $1,264.90 (JCHAK) 5. douevenlift $1,075.16 6. FreshFish $822.18 7. rubbs1 $695.69 8. Castor $569.20 ------------------------------- WSOP.com - the $30 R&A $3,000 Guarantee for Sunday, August 2 had 71 runners buying in for $30 ($27.30+$2.70), 71 re-buys, and 499 add-ons totaling $5,214. 10 spots were paid with 1st place $1,512 and 10th place getting $146. The ten finishers were: 1. mdpvegas1 $1,512.14 2. Luckboxbryan $886.43 3. Iveys_Son $625.71 4. SexGymPoker $521.43 5. butters $417.14 (Butters) 6. TURNTH3NUTS1 $359.78 (Freakinpoet76) 7. Sir1_Sack_U $307.64 8. AllinAllen $255.50 9. BigDJE $182.50 10. Drehmann $146.00
  8. Poker talent grows across the United States within players who hone their craft online. How an online player might perform live during the summer is anyone's guess. American PocketFivers did well last summer, headlined by Scott 'Sblum2711' Blumstein's win in the World Series of Poker Main Event. Blumstein's run came as a surprise to many and he likely would not have been on a "top-5" list for a similar preview at this time last year. The five players below are all qualified in their own right. Repeating Blumstein's performance might be a lofty goal but expect to see all of these American PocketFivers on a few Day 3 leaderboards this summer. Ali 'ali23imsirovic' Imsirovic A dominator on the non-regulated sites, Imsirovic crushes live poker as well. Imsirovic topped a tough field in April at the Borgata Spring Poker Open Main Event to win his major event along with $246,066. At only 23-years-old, Imsirovic is already playing $25,000 High Rollers on a consistent basis including the U.S. Poker Open and the recent Bellagio High Roller. A Sunday Million win this March plays a large role in Imsirovic's standing as the #1 American PocketFiver. Imsirovic awaits his breakout score on poker's biggest stage and is expected to play most of the major No Limit events both at the Rio and around The Strip. Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano It almost feels like cheating to put Gagliano on a 'player to watch' list but his consistent online success makes him tough to ignore. Gagliano topped the New Jersey Online Rankings for most of 2018 and won an NJSCOOP title in May. On the live side, Gagliano only has two cashes in 2018. Recent summers in Las Vegas suggest Gagliano is due to turn that trend around. In 2016, Gagliano won his first career bracelet in the $2,500 No Limit Hold'em event. The next year, he followed up that performance with a $1,500 NLHE final table and a third-place finish in the $3,000 Six-Max. A loaded summer schedule for Gagliano makes him a favorite to notch at least one memorable run this year. Jed 'JCHAK' Hoffman Hoffman stands as one of the most elite players in the history of Nevada online. A browse through the WSOP Nevada lobby on Sundays equals the familiar sight of Hoffman's simple and striking screenname. The Reno resident is making a name for himself in the mid-major events on the West Coast. Hoffman locked up a seat in the WSOP Circuit Global Championship thanks in large part to assertive performances in two Circuit Main Events. November's Lake Tahoe Main Event equaled fourth-place for Hoffman and he preceded that run with a fifth-place ribbon at Thunder Valley in September. Hoffman's best finish last summer was 12th in the $3,333 Online High Roller. He also owns a WSOP $1,500 NLHE final table dating back to 2013. David 'dehhhhh' Coleman The feared name of 'Coles93' on PokerStarsNJ is over the $1.1 million mark in career online tournament earnings. Coleman is slowly building a live portfolio for himself with a cash in the 2017 WSOP Main Event as the highlight so far. $80,600 is where Coleman's live winnings stand thanks to cashes in the Borgata Winter and Spring Poker Open Main Events along with March's Parx 1500. Coleman's schedule this summer is undetermined but he is the most likely of the New Jersey grinders to strike big thanks to the experience of 156 online wins. Kou 'ktyven' Vang Consistent is the best way to describe Vang. The Minnesota native has over $1.3 million in earnings with a high score of $78,421. Vang's location prevents him from playing regulated online poker but he is up to #5 in the United States. The Venetian hosted a win for Vang last summer in the $1,100 Bounty event worth $68,300. Vang awaits his first six-figure score and is a favorite to play the majority of what is available at any property this summer.
  9. With the decision to postpone or cancel all current live WSOP Circuit events, the WSOP quickly put together an 18-event online series on WSOP.com for players in New Jersey or Nevada. The series featured 18 gold ring events, with a total of $1.24 million in combined prize pool guarantees up for grabs. The series started March 14, 2020, and ran through March 31. When it was all said and done, the guarantees were smashed thanks to 11,816 total entries generating more than $3.945 million in total prize pools. [ptable zone=“Global Poker Article Ad”][ptable zone=“GG Poker”][ptable zone=“NJ Online Poker Promos”] WSOP Super Circuit Series Results Event #1: $320 No Limit Hold'em Double Stack 409 entries + 161 reentries Prize pool: $171,000 The opening event, a $320 No Limit Hold'em Double Stack event, drew 409 entries who also fired 161 rebuys to build a $171,000 prize pool to easily surpass the $50,000 guarantee. Vijay 'Eclypzed' Para outlasted everybody else to win $41,895 and the Circuit ring that comes with the title. Runner-up Richard 'rprmoo' Ryder earned $23,512.50 and Jesse 'ugk4life' Vilchez. added $14,364 to their bankroll after rounding out the podium finishers with a third place result. The current #2-ranked online poker player in the United States, Dan 'centrfieldr' Lupo, finished in 12th place for $1,881. Daniel Negreanu, playing under the screenname 'DNegs', finished in 118th place while Ryan 'protential' Laplante, David 'dwpoker' Williams, and Jesse 'MrJesseJames' Sylvia also worked their way into an in-the-money result. Vijay 'Eclypzed' Para - $41,895 Richard 'rprmoo' Ryder - $23,512.50 Jesse 'ugk4life.' Vilchez - $14,364 Daniel 'chard' Martin - $10,944 Jeffrey 'IQ84.' Gotts - $9,234 Jonathan 'jondukes' Lampkin - $7,524 Joseph 'biueberry' Cheong - $5,643 Kathy 'Luckygal' Liebert - $3,762 Christopher 'DonyBluffMe1' Ryan - $2,479.50 Event #2: $215 No Limit Hold'em 720 entries + 221 reentries Prize pool: $188,200 The first Sunday event on the schedule, a $215 No Limit Hold'em event, also made a mockery of the guarantee. The 720 players, along with 221 rebuys, pushed the prize pool to $188,200, nearly four times the $50,000 guarantee. Matt 'RubberFist' Stout topped the 941 entries to win $43,286 and the accompanying Circuit ring. This is the fourth WSOP Circuit ring win for Stout, with three of them coming in online events. His most recent win came last September when he won a $1,000 Circuit event. Runner-up Thomas 'tdkaces' Kornechuk earned $22,866.30 for falling one spot short of the victory while James 'Meatsweats' Carroll won $15,056 as the third-place finisher. The current #3-ranked player in Nevada, Jed 'jchak' Hoffman finished in 22nd place for $752. Both Jamie "DanBilzerian' Kerstetter and Laplante cashed in a second-straight event. Laplante finished in 95th place for $357.58, while Kerstetter finished 116th for $319.94. Matt 'RubberFist' Stout - $43,286 Thomas 'tdkaces' Kornechuk - $22,866.30 James 'Meatsweats' Carroll - $15,056 Adam 'leroycash' Vogl - $11,292 David 'zuleh' Bagheri - $9,410 Matthew 'gailums' Gailums - $7,528 Bryant 'gotchasuckka' Bustamante - $5,457.80 Patrick 'PatFromEH' Dimartino - $3,387.60 Daniel 'pepperprince' Zack - $2,446.60 Event #3: $215 No Limit Hold'em Deep Turbo 484 entries + 185 reentries Prize pool: $133,800 The third event on the schedule, a $215 No Limit Hold'em Deep Turbo event, drew 484 unique players who rebought 185 times to produce a $133,800 prize pool, well past the $50,000 guarantee. Brian 'JackBogle' Altman worked his way through all 669 entries to win $32,781 and a WSOP Circuit ring. Runner-up Kanon 'Zealot710' Dewitt picked up $18,397.50 and third-place finisher Frank 'thewholefunk' Funaro added $11,239.20 to their bankroll. Brian 'JackBogle' Altman - $32,781 Kanon 'Zealot710' Dewitt - $18,397.50 Frank 'thewholefunk' Funaro - $11,239.20 Brian 'bexel' Sherrier - $8,563.20 Ted 'olmuggins' Ely - $7,225.20 Qi 'linsanitY' Ha - $5,887.20 John 'beastro' Hinds - $4,415.40 Lauren 'sycamore22' Roberts - $2,943.60 Michael 'uniman' Laufer - $1,940.10 Event #4: $1,000 No Limit Hold'em High Roller 6-Max 182 entries + 108 reentries Prize pool: $276,950 The series' fourth event was the $1,000 buy-in No Limit Hold'em High Roller 6-Max. It came with a guaranteed prize pool of $75,000, but that guarantee was smashed with a turnout of 182 players and 108 reentries to generate a $276,950 purse. First place was worth nearly as much as the event's prize pool guarantee, with the winner taking home $74,776.50. Shankar 'burgersssss' Pillai won the fourth event and took home the gold ring in addition to the $74,776.50 prize pool. He beat Jonathan 'Art.Vandelay' Dokler in heads-up play. Just a couple weeks ago, Pillai won the WSOP.com Winter OC Main Event for $69,250. Matt 'RubberFist' Stout made the final table and was looking for his second win of the series, but he had to settle for sixth place and $13,847.50. Calvin 'projector52' Anderson finished fifth, Andrew 'RandyLerch' Kelsall took fourth, and Keith 'T1mB3y_B33F' Donovan busted fourth. Shankar 'burgersssss' Pillai - $74,776.50 Jonathan 'Art.Vandelay' Dokler - $43,619.62 Keith 'T1mB3y_B33F' Donovan - $24,925.50 Andrew 'RandyLerch' Kelsall - $19,386.50 Calvin 'projector52' Anderson - $16,617 Matt 'RubberFist' Stout - $13,847.50 Event #5: $215 No Limit Hold’em 562 entries + 297 reentries Prize pool: $171,800 The fifth event on the schedule continued the trend of making easy work of the posted guarantees, with 562 entries, along with 297 rebuys, to create a $171,800 prize pool on an event which had a $50,000 guarantee. Jaime 'mooseman1710' Reyes took the event down for $41,232 - a career-high score - and his first WSOP Circuit ring. Runner-up Brandon 'horus' Eisen had to settle for $21,818.60 while third place went to Jeff 'MahaKala108' Gross for $14,259.40. Jaime 'mooseman1710' Reyes - $41,232 Brandon 'horus' Eisen - $21,818.60 Jeff 'MahaKala108' Gross - $14,259.40 unclecuh - $10,823.40 Lauren 'sycamore22' Roberts - $9,105.40 Jacob 'Timmy2Cox' Rich - $7,387.40 Tyler 'dumbram' Patterson - $5,497.60 Stephen 'DitchPlains' Brennan - $3,607.80 James 'richrdparker' Taylor - $2,405.20 Event #6: $320 No Limit Hold’em 461 entries + 295 reentries Prize pool: $217,800 Event #6: $320 No Limit Hold'em drew 461 players and 265 reentries, creating a $217,800 prize pool to smash the $50,000 guarantee. Winning the event was James "Meatsweats" Carroll, taking home $53,361. Carroll had previously finished third in the second event of the series of $15,056. Carroll defeated Brian 'bexel' Sherrier in heads-up play. Sherrier now has two final tables in the series. James 'meatsweats' Carroll - $53,361 Brian 'bexel' Sherrier - $29,947.50 Stanton 'Stonniepokes' Tentnowski - $18,295.20 Steve 'Anonymous' Mlenak - $13,939.20 Ross 'BlueTang' Gottlieb - $11,761.20 David 'limpfold247' Mowery - $9,583.20 Jonathan 'jonathannn' Su - $7,187.40 Scott 'moose4life' Lazewski - $4,791.60 Matt 'berkey11_s4y' Berkey - $3,158.10 Event #7: $215 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha 261 entries + 193 reentries Prize pool: $90,800 The great game of Pot Limit Omaha was finally represented on the WSOP Circuit schedule on Friday night with a $215 Six Max PLO event. Like the No Limit Hold'em events before it, the PLO event had little trouble making the guarantee. Thanks to 261 entries and 193 reentries, the prize pool ballooned to $90,800, more than three times the $30,000 guarantee. Thomas 'mag8500' Maguire topped the field to win $23,608 and the second Circuit ring of his career. His first ring also came in an online event in September 2019. Runner-up Sang 'outofrole80' Kim earned $13,620 while Randall 'MRmandela79' Paguio won $7,990.40 for coming in third. Thomas 'mag8500' Maguire - $23,608 Sang 'outofrole80' Kim - $13,620 Randall 'MRmandela79' Paguio - $7,990.40 Dylan 'thedogsofwar' Wilkerson - $6,174.40 Yelena 'yzas75' Zaslavskaya - $5,175.60 Orson 'borgatcha' Young - $4,267.60 Event #8: $320 No Limit Hold'em Double Stack 569 entries + 257 reentries Prize pool: $247,800 Event #8: $320 No Limit Hold'em Double Stack was a big one, drawing 569 players and adding 257 reentries for a guarantee-smashing prize pool of $247,800. The original prize pool guarantee of $75,000 was more than tripled in this one, with a $59,472 first-place prize up for grabs. Taking top honors was Kenneth 'ace710' Neri, and he pocketed the nearly $60,000 first prize and gold ring for the victory. Just a week ago, Neri topped the field in the $50,000 GTD March Mayhem on WSOP.com, winning $20,880 for that triumph. Finishing in eighth place was Joseph 'biueberry' Cheong, earning $10,655.40 for his run. Kenneth 'ace710' Neri - $59,472 Daniel 'dtmpoker' Rogers - $31,470.60 Lucas 'coolhandluke' Gatti - $20,567.40 Mark 'Nostradonkus' Liedtke - $15,611.40 Victor 'v1kk019' Pang - $13,133.40 Joseph 'biueberry' Cheong - $10,655.40 Brandon 'z00m7' Setzer - $7,929.80 Kevin 'skywalker12' Rasor - 5,203.80 Stephen 'OregonTilt' Johnson - $3,469.20 Event #9: $525 No Limit Hold'em Monster Stack 477 entries + 159 reentries Prize pool: $318,000 Just a few days after he took second in the series' Event #4: $1,000 No Limit Hold'em High Roller 6-Max for $43,619.62, Jonathan 'Art.Vandelay' Dokler scored first place in Sunday's $525 No Limit Hold'em Monster Stack for $77,910. Dokler topped the field that attracted 477 players and 159 entries, including topping Nicolas 'Zskrrrrt' Zolofra in heads-up play. Also finishing at the final table was Calvin 'projector52' Anderson, who took fifth place for $17,172. Anderson also had an excellent run in WSOP.com's $100,000 GTD Sunday Special, finishing 11th for $2,208.80. Jonathan 'Art.Vandelay' Dokler - $77,910 Nicolas 'Zskrrrrt' Zolofra - $43,725 James 'BagelBud' Lillis - $26,712 Eric 'bill_luga' Blair - $20,352 Calvin 'projector52' Anderson - $17,172 Ryan 'hagzzz021' Hagerty - $13,992 Keith 'kgriffi45' Griffin - $10,494 Matthew 'manjit7' Leu - $6,996 Brady 'NoRecourse' Osterman - $4,611 Event #10: $250 No Limit Hold'em Freezeout 473 entries Prize pool: $110,209 Event #10: $250 No Limit Hold'em Freezeout attracted 473 players and generated a prize pool of $110,209, which toppled the event's $30,000 guarantee. Once again, first place was nearly the amount that the original prize pool guarantee was, with $27,001.20 up top in this one. Finishing in first place was Kyle 'Kdruck' Draucker. Lacey 'ReySol' Jones placed third for $9,257.55. Jones was just a few spots away from winning her second WSOP Circuit gold ring after she won Event #2: $215 No Limit Hold'em of the WSOP.com Online Circuit Series at the end of February. Jamie 'danbilzerian' Kerstetter finished eighth for $2,424.59. Kyle 'Kdruck' Draucker - $27,001.50 Robert 'Agamerob' Gray - $15,153.73 Lacey 'ReySol' Jones - $9,257.55 Michael 'mygame' Lavenburg - $7,053.37 'KingJames302' - $5,951.28 Jack 'oneeightyt' Duong - $4,849.19 Ari 'philivey' Engel - $3,636.89 Jamie 'danbilzerian' Kerstetter - $2,424.59 Justin 'Str8_Acid' Davis - $1,598.03 Event #11: No Limit Hold'em BIG $500 314 entries + 217 reentries Prize pool: $247,977 Event #11 of the WSOP.com Online Super Circuit Series saw a familiar face grab first place. The event attracted 314 players and 217 reentries to generate a $247,977 prize pool. First place was more than $63,000 and it was Matt 'RubberFist' Stout topping the field when it was all said and done. For Stout, it was his second win of the series after he won Event #2: $215 No Limit Hold'em for $43,286. Stout had a tough final table to go through, which included Yong 'LUCKYSPEWY1' Kwon, Matt 'berkey11_s4y' Berkey, and Michael 'RUA11' Michnick, among others. Matt 'RubberFist' Stout - $63,234.13 Eric '8bracelets' Vanauken - $35,956.66 Yong 'LUCKYSPEWY1' Kwon - $21,326.02 Matt 'berkey11_s4y' Berkey - $16,366.48 Jake 'tooletime13' Toole - $13,886.71 Joshua 'kenjiboi7' Faris - $11,406.94 Brett 'furofakind' Shaffer - $8,679.19 Thomas 'tdkaces' Kornechuk - $5,703.47 Michael 'RUA11' Michnick - $3,697.63 Event #12: $215 No Limit Hold'em 541 entries + 303 reentries Prize pool: $168,800 On Wednesday, March 25, Event #12: $215 No Limit Hold'em played out. The event's $50,000 guarantee was crushed thanks to a $168,800 prize pool generated from 541 entries and 303 reentries. Winning first place was William 'swaggyb' Corvino, who scored the tournament's $40,512 first-place prize. William 'swaggyb' Corvino - $40,512 Chad 'clayne' Layne - $21,437.60 Phillip 'pbrokemoney' Lazar - $14,010.40 Bradley 'Mouth1979' Hose - $10,634.40 Saurav 'blackoutmook' Desai - $8,946.40 Michael 'njnj17' Leib - $7,258.40 Yelena 'yzas75' Zaslavskaya - $5,401.60 Dan 'NoLimitNomad' Kuntzman - $3,544.80 Sammy 'poker_mamba' Paik - $2,363.20 Event #13: $320 No Limit Hold'em 6-Max 402 entries + 271 reentries Prize pool: $201,900 The 13th event of the WSOP.com Online Super Circuit Series was a $320 buy-in six-max event that drew 402 players. With 271 reentries, the prize pool came in at $201,900, easily surpassing the event's $75,000 guarantee. Topping the field and taking the $49,465.50 first-place prize was 'OtB_RedBaron.' Thomas 'OtB_RedBaron' Lim - $49,465.50 Simeon 'evolved_one' Knafo - $27,761.25 Zachary 'lovepuddle' Schwartz - $16,959.60 Anthony 'heheh' Zinno - $12,921.60 Jonathan 'jonmon101' Miller - $10,902.60 Ray 'Raytrg' Villaman - $8,883.60 Joseph 'biueberry' Cheong - $6,662.70 Harrison 'harrisond33' Dobin - $4,441.80 Ryan 'LoveMy11Cats' Belz - $2,927.55 Event #14: $250 No Limit Hold'em Turbo 422 entries + 214 reentries Prize pool: $149,460 The 14th event of the WSOP.com Online Super Circuit Series was another guarantee-smashing success. The $250 No Limit Hold'em Turbo tournament had a guaranteed prize pool of $50,000, but thanks to 422 players and 214 reentries, a prize pool of $149,460 was generated. Finishing in first place was Sang 'youngkoi' Lee, who scooped up the $36,617.70 first-place prize. Lee defeated Eric '8bracelets' Vanauken in heads-up play, with Vanauken taking $20,550.75 for his efforts. For Vanauken, it was his second event of the series finishing as the runner up. Vanauken finished second in Event 11 for $35,956.66, too. Also reaching the final table was Michael 'ItWasThatOr0' Gagliano, placing ninth for $2,167.17. Sang 'youngkoi' Lee - $36,617.70 Eric '8bracelets' Vanauken - $20,550.75 Vincent 'PeoplesChamp' Ciccotelli - $12,55.64 Jordan 'HFNeon' Spurlin - $9,565.44 Timothy 'tbone111' McGowan - $8,070.84 Jason 'jayriv' Rivkin - $6,576.24 Victor 'v1kk019' Pang - $4,932.18 Junho 'joros' Song - $3,288.12 Michael 'ItWasThatOr0' Gagliano - $2,167.17 Event #15: $320 No Limit Hold'em 473 entries + 258 reentries Prize pool: $219,300 Event #15: $320 No Limit Hold'em drew a field of 473 players to the mix. Add in 258 reentries and the prize pool came in at $219,300, topping the $75,000 guarantee easily. Winning the event's $53,728.50 first-place prize was Andrew 'DrDisRespect' Dean. 'DrDisRespect' defeated Justin 'tamaratibles' Young in heads-up play, with second place being worth $30,153.75. Daniel 'chard' Martin, who finished fourth in the first event of the series, took sixth in this one for $9,649.20. Calvin 'projector52' Anderson finished eighth for $4,824.60. Andrew 'DrDisRespect' Dean - $53,728.50 Justin 'tamaratibles' Young - $30,153.75 Chad 'clayne' Layne - $18,421.20 Pierce 'victoria53' McKellar - $14,035.20 Joseph 'melonhead' Bartholdi - $11,842.20 Daniel 'chard' Martin - $9,649.20 Bryan 'mug15' Elliott - $7,236.90 Calvin 'projector52' Anderson - $4,824.60 Anthony 'shipit1991' Marchese - $3,179.85 Event #16: $525 No Limit Hold'em Main Event 763 entries + 371 reentries Prize pool: $567,000 The series' $525 Main Event attracted a huge field of 763 players. Those players added 371 reentries to the mix to create a prize pool of $567,000. The event's original guarantee was $200,000. Up top to the winner was $130,410 in prize money. Walking away with that first-place prize was Champie 'kiddchamp' Douglas. Douglas defeated Scott '2Due4U' Blumstein in heads-up play. The event was packed full of notables and so was the final table. Brian 'JackBogle' Altman finished fourth for $34,020, Gordon 'veilleux' Vayo took fifth for $28,350, and David 'dwpoker' Williams placed sixth for $22,680. Finishing just outside the final able in 10th place was Eric 'CircleBall' Baldwin and Jeff 'MahaKala108' Gross took 12th. Champie 'kiddchamp' Douglas - $130,41 Scott '2Due4U' Blumstein - $68,890.50 Gage 'greypoupon' Doyne- $45,360 Brian 'JackBogle' Altman - $34,020 Gordon 'veilleux' Vayo - $28,350 David 'dwpoker' Williams - $22,680 Marcus 'MJL56' Laffen - $16,443 Robert 'Bob_Loblaw' Brown - $10,206 Jose 'deposit' Noboa - $7,371 Event #17: $300 No Limit Hold'em Knockout 435 entries Prize pool: $122,670 In the second-to-last event of the series, Valentin 'tiktakonelov' Shabelnyk topped a field of 435 players to win Event #17: $300 No Limit Hold'em Knockout. In addition to winning the $19,396.65 first-place prize, Shabelnyk scored seven and a half knockouts for an additional $750. That put the total haul at $20,146.65. In heads-up play, Shabelnyk defeated Anthony 'heheh' Zinno. David 'dehhhhh' Coleman finished fifth and Jonathan 'Art.Vandelay' Dokler took seventh. Valentin 'tiktakonelov' Shabelnyk - $19,396.65 + $750 in bounties Anthony 'heheh' Zinno - $10,885.87 + $700 in bounties Edward 'Eddiegood598' Espino - $6,650.28 + $400 in bounties Sebastian 'Messi10' Choi - $5,066.88 + $800 in bounties David 'dehhhhh' Coleman - $4,275.18 + $400 in bounties Timothy 'Tgl702' Glass - $3,483.48 + $400 in bounties Jonathan 'Art.Vandelay' Dokler - $2,612.61 + $1,400 in bounties Irfan 'DieselEngine' Azhar - $1,741.74 + $500 in bounties Longsheng 'Allentan' Tan - $1,147.96 + $1,000 in bounties Event #18: $1,000 Grand Finale High Roller 6-Max 232 entries + 126 reentries Prize pool: $341,890 The final event of the WSOP.com Online Super Circuit Series closed out the festival with a bang, as Event #18: $1,000 Grand Finale High Roller 6-Max destroyed its $75,000 guarantee with a prize pool of $341,890. In fact, the first-place prize of $90,600.85 was more than the original prize pool guarantee. Finishing in first place was Gage 'greypoupon' Doyne, who was coming off a third-place finish in the $525 Main Event. Doyne defeated Chad 'clayne' Layne in heads-up play. Layne previously finished second and third in other events earlier in the series. Also reaching the final table was Katie 'katelin' Lindsay and David 'dehhhhh' Coleman. Gage 'greypoupon' Doyne - $90,600.85 Chad 'clayne' Layne - $52,922.95 Brandon 'horus' Eisen - $30,257.26 Katie 'katelin' Lindsay - $23,248.52 David 'dehhhhh' Coleman - $19,829.62 Thomas 'carter12' Carter - $16,410.72 Super Circuit Casino Championship Leaderboard The WSOP.com Online Super Circuit Series qualifies for the Global Casino Championship. The series' main event winner will receive an automatically qualification to the Global Casino Championship, as will the winner of the WSOP.com Online Super Circuit Casino Championship Leaderboard. You can find the latest leaderboard below, per WSOP.com. Player Points Gold Rings Cashes Earnings 1. Matt 'RubberFist' Stout 140 2 6 $122,389 2. Jonathan 'Art.Vandelay' Dokler 107.5 1 7 $124,200 3. James 'meatsweats' Carroll 95 1 5 $71,025 4. Brian 'bexel' Sherrier 87.5 0 5 $44,385 5. Eric '8bracelets' Vanauken 80 0 4 $57,180 6. Chad 'clayne' Layne 77.5 0 4 $41,375 7. Andrew 'DrDisRespect' Dean 75 1 5 $56,803 8. Thomas 'mag8500' Maguire 72.5 1 5 $28,503 9. Calvin 'projector52' Anderson 70 0 4 $38,933 10. Sang 'youngkoi' Lee 67.5 1 4 $39,298 Super Circuit Series By the Numbers Event Players Reentries Total Entries Guarantee Prize Pool 1 409 161 570 $50,000 $171,000 2 720 221 941 $50,000 $188,200 3 484 185 669 $50,000 $133,800 4 182 108 290 $75,000 $276,950 5 562 297 859 $50,000 $171,800 6 461 295 756 $50,000 $217,800 7 261 193 454 $30,000 $90,800 8 569 257 826 $75,000 $247,800 9 477 159 636 $150,000 $318,000 10 473 0 473 $30,000 $110,209 11 314 217 531 $75,000 $247,977 12 541 303 844 $50,000 $168,800 13 402 271 673 $75,000 $201,900 14 422 214 636 $50,000 $149,460 15 473 258 731 $75,000 $219,300 16 763 371 1,134 $200,000 $567,000 17 435 0 435 $30,000 $122,670 18 232 126 358 $75,000 $341,890 Totals 11,816 $3,945,356  
  10. Had this been any other summer under a normal set of circumstances, the poker world would be in the midst of the World Series of Poker at the Rio in Las Vegas. That madness would surely have included some of poker's brightest stars owning the stage for their victories, but it also would have featured a number of lesser-known players finding a way to claim their first gold bracelet and thrusting themselves into poker's biggest and brightest spotlight. As everybody is well aware, there isn't really anything normal about this summer. Wednesday marks the beginning of the 31 2020 World Series of Poker online bracelet events on WSOP.com. The big names will all be battling for bracelets and their share of the glory that comes with yet another title. This year, maybe more than any other in the 51-year history of the WSOP, players who have been flying below the radar will have plenty of opportunities to join the exclusive club of bracelet winners. Here are five American players who could put on a show worthy of a little slice of the poker world's attention over the next 31 days. David Coleman David Coleman gets the advantage of starting off the 2020 WSOP with a marquee win fresh in his rearview. On Sunday, Coleman topped the 868-entry field in the World Poker Tour Online Poker Open on the partypoker US Network for a $56,585.70 score. He's not some kid on a heater though. In January, the 27-year-old Livingston, New Jersey resident took over the #1 spot in the USA Rankings for the first time in his career. In April, he earned a New Jersey Spring Championship of Online Poker title by beating 242 other entries in the $350 Sunday Special SE. Coleman has won the PokerStars NJ Sunday Special a staggering eight times since November 2016. All told, Coleman has earned over $3 million playing online in New Jersey and has picked up 257 wins and a 180 second-place finishes. Coleman has had only a small sampling of WSOP success thanks to nine total cashes with just five of them coming on the live felt. In 2017, he picked up a 726th place finish in the Main Event for $18,693. His next best live result came last summer when he finished 27th out of 1,083 players in the $2,620 Marathon event for $13,780 WSOP.com Screenname: 'dehhhhh' Tenzin Chakdor The #19-ranked player in the United States, Tenzin Chakdor was a relatively well-kept secret on the New Jersey online scene until October when he topped the 373-runner field in the PokerStars NJ New Jersey Championship of Online Poker Main Event to win $19,111.88. He's also managed to pick up three cashes in June that rank in his top five all-time scores. He won the WSOP.com $40,000 Weekly Tuesday and the WSOP.com $50,000 Tuesday Showdown for nearly $30,000. Sandwich in between those was a third-place finish in the WSOP.com Online Finale Circuit High Roller for $25,011. He has one previous WSOP.com online bracelet event result, finishing 141st in Event #46 ($500 Turbo No-Limit Hold'em Deep Stack) in 2019. By choice, Chakdor remains a real mystery on the live scene. The New Jersey grinder has had some live success, most notably at Parx Casino in Pennsylvania, but has chosen to keep his live results private. WSOP.com Screenname: 'tc_ownz' Jed Hoffman Jed Hoffman may be one of the most accomplished online grinders in the state of Nevada and very few casual poker fans have ever heard of him. Hoffman has spent a good chunk of the last four years as the #1-ranked online poker player in Nevada and has over $1.1 million in earnings on WSOP.com alone. On June 1, Hoffman beat 483 of the best online players in Nevada and New Jersey when he won the WSOP.com $100,000 Guaranteed Sunday event for $55,198.50. In 2019, Hoffman won a WSOP Circuit ring online - his fourth ring overall - for $22,170. The Reno native is limited to a single online poker site but has 99 wins from 1,346 cashes on WSOP.com. His three previous WSOP Circuit wins all came in the live arena. His first two came in 2013 (Choctaw and Lake Tahoe) and his third 2019 (Thunder Valley). He has 22 WSOP cashes to his credit and in 2013 made the final table of a $1,500 No Limit Hold'em event where he finished in seventh place. WSOP.com Screename: 'jchak' Ryan Dodd Sitting just outside of the top five ranked players in the country, Ryan Dodd has been piling up online results throughout 2020. Seven of his top eight lifetime online scores have come in the last six months, all of them coming on WSOP.com. In January, he won the WSOP.com $100,000 Guaranteed Sunday event for $29,574. He followed that up with a third-place finish the New Years Kick-off Series Main Event on WSOP.com for $16,368. He won a $20,000 Weekly Monday in March before crushing in April. Dodd picked up three big wins; $20,000 Weekly Monday, WSOP.com Spring Online Championships event #28, and the $40,000 Weekly Tuesday for $45,000 total. He also won the $30,000 Weekly Saturday in early June for $10,765. The Runnemede, New Jersey native has never cashed in a live WSOP event but does have $141,552 live cashes on his Hendon Mob profile. Almost all of his live results are from events in Atlantic City including a pair of wins at the Borgata in the summer of 2019. His biggest live cashes also come from the Borgata. He finished second in a $1,090 Borgata Summer Poker Open event for $24,500 in 2019 and in a WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open in 2020 for $17,431. WSOP.com Screename: 'Whosyourdodd' Tyler Sumrall The #2-ranked player in Nevada, Tyler Sumrall has put in an incredible amount of volume on WSOP.com over the past three months. In June alone, Sumrall has cashed 35 times with four of them being victories. In May he cashed 52 times with two wins. On April 9, the Texas native won a WSOP.com Spring Online Championship and earned $10,870.81 for the largest single cash on the regulated site. His total winnings on WSOP.com of $262,086 might pale in comparison to some of his New Jersey-based colleagues, but most of that has come over the past 12 months alone. He's also eight live cashes at the WSOP including two in the Main Event. In 2011, he finished 304th for $35,492 and last summer he bested that, coming in 280th place for $43,935. His other live WSOP cashes all been in lower buy-in, bigger field No Limit Hold'em events. His only live result that paid more than the Main Event cashes came in 2009 when he finished 11th in the WinStar $2,100 Main Event for $48,000. WSOP.com Screename: 'TIPnTimeBOMB'
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