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  1. The schedule for the WSOP Super Circuit Online to be held at GGPoker has been announced. The series features 18 gold ring events, 595 total tournaments, and more than $100 million in guaranteed prize money to be won. Although the official dates for the series are listed as May 3-31, the series gets underway on Monday, April 27, with the first batch of several starting flights in WSOP Circuit Ring Event #2: Kick-Off $500,000 GTD. This event has 50 starting flights, with several per day leading up to the final day for the event on Sunday, May 3. The event has a $50 buy-in and a $500,000 guarantee. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"] Also on Sunday, May 3, is WSOP Circuit Ring Event #1, which is the $1,111 buy-in 'Covid Charity $1 Million GTD' tournament. In this event, $111 of each player's buy-in will be donated to the Nevada COVID-19 Task Force. The biggest guarantee from the series comes from WSOP Circuit Ring Event #8: High Roller Championship. This event has a $25,000 buy-in and a huge $10 million prize pool guarantee. It takes place on Sunday, May 17. Sunday, May 10, marks the kickoff of the WSOP Circuit Ring Event #17: Main Event. This $1,000 buy-in tournament has multiple starting days and boasts a $5 million prize pool guarantee. The final day is on Sunday, May 31. "GGPoker is the first and only poker room to guarantee at least $100,000,000 in cash prizes in a single tournament series - our WSOP Super Circuit Online Series is a game-changer in the world of poker." Jean-Christophe Antoine, head of GGPoker, said in a press release. "There’s so much to play for at GGPoker this May; oodles of big prizes, 18 WSOP Circuit gold rings and a whole lot of tournament glory." Ty Stewart, executive director of WSOP, added, "GGPoker just seriously raised the bar. We’re tremendously proud to see that GGPoker’s first international WSOP-C series will sit amongst the biggest online events of all time." Check out the dates for the 18 gold ring events below. Keep in mind that the gold ring events in the schedule below that show "Final Day" are for the final days of those tournaments. Starting flights will take place in the days leading up to the final day. For full schedule details, head to GGPoker.com. WSOP Super Circuit Online Schedule Date Time (UTC) Event Buy-In May 3 18:00 Event #1 Covid Charity $1M GTD $1,111 19:00 Event #2: Kick-Off $500,000 GTD [Final Day] $50 May 5 18:00 Event #3: Deepstack Bounty $500,000 GTD $210 May 10 13:00 Event #4: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #5: Big $500 $2M GTD $500 May 12 13:00 Event #6: Deepstack Bounty $500,000 GTD $210 May 17 13:00 Event #7: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #8: High Roller Championship $10M GTD $25,000 13:00 Event #9: Mini Main Event $1M GTD [Final Day] $100 13:00 Event #10: PLO High Roller Championship $1M GTD $10,000 May 19 13:00 Event #11: Deepstack Bounty $500,000 GTD $210 May 24 13:00 Event #12: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #13: Colossus $2M GTD [Final Day] $400 May 26 13:00 Event #14: Deepstack Bounty $500,000 GTD $210 May 31 13:00 Event #15: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #16: PLO Main Event $1M GTD [Final Day] $1,000 13:00 Event #17: Main Event $5M GTD [Final Day] $1,000 13:00 Event #18: The Closer $500,000 GTD [Turbo] $500
  2. Following the massive success of the WSOP Super Circuit Online in regulated markets in the United States, the World Series of Poker has partnered with one of the world's fastest-growing online poker rooms to bring Circuit ring events to players outside of the United States. GGPoker will host an 18-event WSOP Super Circuit Online series this May. This marks the first time that Circuit rings will be awarded for online events outside of the United States. “A GGPoker and WSOP partnership bring together two like-minded global organizations, and I can’t wait to see GGPoker players competing for WSOP Circuit rings online,” said Jean-Christophe Antoine, Head of GGPoker. Adding WSOP Circuit events is just the latest move by GGPoker. In the last five months, the site signed Daniel Negreanu as an ambassador and created the GGMasters, a $150 buy-in freezeout tournament that now has a $500,000 guarantee. [ptable zone="GG Poker"] “We’re thrilled to partner with an operator on the rise who is both aggressive and passionate about growing poker engagement around the world. It was unfortunate we were forced to cancel so many offline WSOP Circuit events this Spring, but with vast reach, GG plans to dwarf the prize pools of the suspended events all at once in one truly Super WSOP Circuit,” said Ty Stewart, Executive Director of World Series of Poker. Just like the WSOP Super Circuit Online that players in Nevada, New Jersey, and Delaware were able to play in, this series will also award two seats to the 2020 WSOP Global Casino Championship event. The winner of the Main Event and the overall leaderboard winner will win seats to the $1,000,000 freeroll. “I give credit to the WSOP for bringing the circuit online during these trying times," Negreanu said. "Winning a circuit ring is a great honor. Online players will love the experience of chasing rings on GGPoker.” A complete schedule will be announced at a later date. In early March, WSOP.com hosted the first WSOP Super Circuit Online series in response to the cancellation of a number of land-based WSOP Circuit events due to the Coronavirus outbreak. That series also featured 18 events, with buy-ins ranging from $215 up to $1,000, and had $1.24 million in total guarantees. The total prize pools ended up at $3.945 million. Players in the United States will not be able to participate in this series.
  3. For the second time in six events, a Brazilian player has stood tall at the conclusion of a WSOP Super Circuit Online event. Gustavo 'JoaoValli' Pinto topped the 3,615-entry field in Event #6 ($210 Deepstack Bounty Hunters) to win a Circuit ring, $51,879 from the prize pool and another $32,827 in bounties. Pinto joins 'BlaireauEnColere' as Brazilian champions from this Super Circuit. 'BlaireauEnColere' earned their ring and $491,988 by winning Event #5 (BIG $500 NLHE) Finishing one spot behind Pinto, 'HowdyTeeexas' earned $36,405 and picked up $3,980 from bounties. Third place went to 'fishunclefishuncle' for $25,548 and just $1,511 in bounties. The next ring events on the schedule won't finish until May 17. Event #7 ($200 Monster Stack), ($25,000 high Roller Championship), Event #9 ($100 Mini Main Event), and Event #10 ($10,000 PLO High Roller Championship) all play down to a champion on Sunday. Event #6 $210 Deepstack Bounty Hunters 3,615 Entries $723,000 Prize Pool JoaoValli - $51,879 + $32,827 HowdyTeeexas - $36,405 + $3,980 fishuncle - $25,548 + $1,511 ChapoGuzman - $17,929 + $5,194 gringo843 - $12,582 + $1,494 mrbradleyy - $8,830 + $9,998 IAMWILLIAM - $6,196 + $2,361 Vamooooooooos - $4,348 + $3,812 sissyphus - $3,052 + $5,241 WSOP Super Circuit Online Schedule Date Time (UTC) Event Buy-In May 17 13:00 Event #7: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #8: High Roller Championship $10M GTD $25,000 13:00 Event #9: Mini Main Event $1M GTD [Final Day] $100 13:00 Event #10: PLO High Roller Championship $1M GTD $10,000 May 19 13:00 Event #11: Deepstack Bounty $500,000 GTD $210 May 24 13:00 Event #12: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #13: Colossus $2M GTD [Final Day] $400 May 26 13:00 Event #14: Deepstack Bounty $500,000 GTD $210 May 31 13:00 Event #15: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #16: PLO Main Event $1M GTD [Final Day] $1,000 13:00 Event #17: Main Event $5M GTD [Final Day] $1,000 13:00 Event #18: The Closer $500,000 GTD [Turbo] $500
  4. The third event on the WSOP Super Circuit Online Series on GGPoker played down to a winner on Tuesday with 3,669 total entries taking their shot at a WSOP Circuit ring. After 12.5 hours of play in Event #3 ($210 Deepstack Bounty Hunters), 'PetitFoxx' emerged victorious for a $47,529 payday and a WSOP Circuit ring. Once heads-up, 'PetitFoxx' and 'Brtz' made a deal before playing it out for another 30 minutes to determine a champion. 'Brtz' wound up earning a $41,797 score for finishing as the runner-up. Third-place finisher 'ArchieAndrews' won $25,849. This is the second title that 'PetitFoxx' has won on GGPoker in the last three days. On Sunday, they outlasted 24 other entries in the Asian Poker Tour Event #21 ($5,000 Super High Roller) to win $53,383.12. Event #3: $210 Deepstack Bounty Hunters 3,669 Entries $733,800 Prize Pool Final Table Payouts PetitFoxx - $47,529 Brtz - $41,797 ArchieAndrews - $25,849 ArtjnDuer - $18,140 GOMEZOFESP0!R - $12,730 kingjouni20 - $25,234 dudu2508 - $6,269 TonyGPT - $4,400 unlucky2k11 - $3,088 There are still 15 WSOP Circuit ring events on the schedule with the next set to run on May 10. The $200 buy-in Event #4 (NLHE Monster Stack) has a $500,000 guarantee and allows for unlimited reentry. WSOP Super Circuit Online Schedule Date Time (UTC) Event Buy-In May 10 13:00 Event #4: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #5: Big $500 $2M GTD $500 May 12 13:00 Event #6: Deepstack Bounty $500,000 GTD $210 May 17 13:00 Event #7: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #8: High Roller Championship $10M GTD $25,000 13:00 Event #9: Mini Main Event $1M GTD [Final Day] $100 13:00 Event #10: PLO High Roller Championship $1M GTD $10,000 May 19 13:00 Event #11: Deepstack Bounty $500,000 GTD $210 May 24 13:00 Event #12: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #13: Colossus $2M GTD [Final Day] $400 May 26 13:00 Event #14: Deepstack Bounty $500,000 GTD $210 May 31 13:00 Event #15: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #16: PLO Main Event $1M GTD [Final Day] $1,000 13:00 Event #17: Main Event $5M GTD [Final Day] $1,000 13:00 Event #18: The Closer $500,000 GTD [Turbo] $500
  5. Sunday's opening day of the WSOP Super Circuit Online on GGPoker awarded a pair of Circuit rings, helped push the site to a record-setting number of players on the site, and raised a six-figure donation to COVID research. 'TheMadQueen' took down Event #1 ($1,111 Covid Charity Event) for $269,267 by beating a field of 1,595 entries. Finishing in second place gave 'Igutu' a $193,604 bankroll boost while 'asonthe river' picked up $139,203 for coming in third place. Fourth-place finisher 'tiredfella' also earned a six-figure score, collecting $100,088. $111 from every $1,111 buy-in went to the Nevada Community Foundation's COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund and the total raised ended up being $177,045. The second event on Sunday's slate had a much smaller buy-in with a massive turnout. Event #2 ($55 Kick-Off Event) had 28,291 entries to build a $1,330,366 prize pool. 'JuanMartinDelPotro54' navigated their way through all of them to win a WSOP Circuit ring and $137,120. Runner-up 'jolen' had to settle for $97,302 while 'ValueForNuts' walked away with $69,666 as the third-place finisher. WSOP Super Circuit Online Final Table Results Event #1 - $1,111 Covid Charity Event Entries: 1,595 Prize Pool: $1,772,045 TheMadQueen - $269,267 Igutu - $193,604 asonthe river - $139,203 tiredfella - $100,088 Tourmination - $71,964 Joji123 - $51,743 zagzig - $37,204 FeelsGTOman - $26,750 Ben Carson - $19,233 Event #2 - $55 Kick-Off Event Entries: 28,291 Prize Pool: $1,330,366 JuanMartinDelPotro54 - $137,120 jolen - $97,732 ValueForNuts - $69,666 Schleichmaus - $49,660 fastercallme - $35,399 DirCOOLes - $25,234 pistuk - $17,987 Alice- - $12,822 WangDoenJang - $9,140 WSOP Super Circuit Online Schedule There are 16 more ring events on the WSOP Super Circuit Online schedule between now and May 31. Date Time (UTC) Event Buy-In May 10 13:00 Event #4: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #5: Big $500 $2M GTD $500 May 12 13:00 Event #6: Deepstack Bounty $500,000 GTD $210 May 17 13:00 Event #7: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #8: High Roller Championship $10M GTD $25,000 13:00 Event #9: Mini Main Event $1M GTD [Final Day] $100 13:00 Event #10: PLO High Roller Championship $1M GTD $10,000 May 19 13:00 Event #11: Deepstack Bounty $500,000 GTD $210 May 24 13:00 Event #12: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #13: Colossus $2M GTD [Final Day] $400 May 26 13:00 Event #14: Deepstack Bounty $500,000 GTD $210 May 31 13:00 Event #15: Monster Stack $500,000 GTD $200 13:00 Event #16: PLO Main Event $1M GTD [Final Day] $1,000 13:00 Event #17: Main Event $5M GTD [Final Day] $1,000 13:00 Event #18: The Closer $500,000 GTD [Turbo] $500
  6. The #1-ranked online poker player in Lithuania added some jewelry to his collection on Tuesday. Gediminas 'NeverGambol' Uselis beat out nearly 3,300 players to win a WSOP Circuit ring in Event #11 ($210 Deepstack Bounty Hunter) of the WSOP Super Circuit Online Series on GGPoker. Uselis earned $47,445 from the prize pool plus an additional $25,643 from bounties collected. Runner-up 'jackwu9011123' had to settle for a $33,547 prize pool share and another $8,476 in bounties. Third place finisher 'eFJey' won $23,721 and collected another $2,901 from bounties. There are seven more WSOP Super Circuit Online Series events left on the schedule. Next up is Event #12 ($200 Monster Stack) on Sunday, May 24. The Series concludes on Sunday, May 31 with final day of the $5,000,000 guaranteed Main Event. Event #11: $210 Deepstack Bounty Hunter Entries: 3,297 Prize Pool: $659,400. NeverGambol - $47,445 + $25,643 in bounties jackwu9011123 - $33,547 + $8,476 in bounties eFJey - $23,721 + $2,901 in bounties OtterPop - $16,773 + $3,616 in bounties Simpy_The_Best - $11,861 + $10,363 in bounties rlsz - $8,367 + $1,564 in bounties amirc328 - $5,930 + $2,355 in bounties PaiTaSafe! - $4,193 + $5,101 in bounties Smart10 - $2,965 + $2,368 in bounties
  7. For almost two decades, poker fans have been pestering Brian Koppelman and David Levien to write a sequel to Rounders. In the final scene Mike McDermott jumps in a taxi in New York City and tells the driver to take him to the airport. "So where you headed?" "I'm going to Vegas." "Vegas, huh?" "Yup." "Good luck man." The cab drives off into the distance and the credits roll as Counting Crows' Baby, I'm a Big Star Now plays, but what happens after Mike gets to Las Vegas? Well, Kopelman and Levien are busy with their hit show Billions, and a sequel seems highly unlikely, but 2020 World Series of Poker Online Event #1 winner Jonathan Dokler might just be writing it on his own. Six months ago, the 27-year-old had a good-paying job at a trading firm in New York City. "I decided it wasn't the life for me. I quit my job, moved out to Vegas," Dokler said. He didn't take a cab to Kennedy though - he took a train to Newark and then flew to Las Vegas. Everything started coming together about a month earlier though. Still working his 9-5, Dokler went to Atlantic City to play in some Borgata Winter Poker Open events. "I took a Greyhound from New York to Atlantic City for a quick trip, a couple of days before I had to get back to work. I hadn't even quit my job yet but I was planning to very soon," Dokler said. Dokler, with all of four live cashes to his credit totalling a little more than $21,000 in earnigns, beat out 76 other entries to win a $5,000 High Roller event for $100,829. Some of the players that he outlasted included former #1-ranked PocketFiver Paul Volpe, Faraz Jaka, Ian O’Hara, Jerry Wong, Christian Harder, and Jake Schwartz. "It was a small field, only 77 people, so it's nothing crazy, but it was cool to play that event, against that class of field and have a good result," Dokler said. Having picked up the game in college in 2013, Dokler's competitive side fueled his desire to get better at the game. He began playing more, watching Run It Once videos, and talking over hands with friends. As time went by, Dokler grew more and more passionate about the game and he kept flirting with the idea of playing professionally. The bus ride back to New York City gave Dokler time to think and the Borgata win made it crystal clear to him that he needed to follow his gut. In early March, Dokler packed up his stuff and left for Las Vegas. His original plan was to use Las Vegas as a home base of sorts as he travelled the world playing poker. "I was actually planning on travelling for a lot of tournaments. I was going to be in South America for some of the big PokerStars stuff, and I wanted to play the Irish Poker Open, WPT Amsterdam," Dokler said. That’s when Dokler's 2020 story - and everybody else's - really lost the narrative. "I got out here, I had an Airbnb for a couple of days and one of the places I went to go eat after finishing a session, they'd shut down. That's how I found out about the shut down in Vegas," Dokler said, referring to the coronavirus pandemic that shuttered casinos and many Las Vegas businesses. He did not bring many personal belongings with him to Las Vegas, so he quickly ditched the Airbnb and found an apartment to rent and began getting set up to play as much online poker as possible. He had the necessities though, even if he didn't have the essentials. "I didn't have toilet paper for the first month or so, but I had a computer and an internet connection, enough to keep me happy," Dokler said. Happy indeed. In late March, Dokler earned $77,910 and a Circuit ring for winning WSOP Circuit Super Series Event #9 ($500 NLHE Monster Stack) on WSOP.com. That was really just a pre-cursor to last Wednesday when Dokler kicked off the WSOP Online by beating 1,714 other entries to win Event #1 ($500 NLHE Kickoff) for $130,425.75 and a WSOP bracelet. But even as Dokler was grinding his way towards the win, he was multi-tabling events across multiple sites and didn't think anything would come of it. "I was playing a lot of tables so I wasn't even paying super close attention to the bracelet event until it was actually getting kind of close," Dokler said. "I had some more interesting spots that didn't really pan out and I was able to run up a bunch of chips in the bracelet event and make that happen." So inside of six months, Dokler won six figures in a live event, quit his job, moved across the country, quarantined himself in a new apartment, won a WSOP Circuit ring and then became the first WSOP bracelet winner of 2020. He might be relatively new to the scene, but he understands his recent run is thanks to a combination of his skill and some luck. "I have friends who are much better at poker than me that don't have any bracelets and there are also players that are worse than me that have multiple bracelets," Dokler said. "I'm glad I won but the bracelet itself I don't attach any particular significance to it." With three weeks of events left, Dokler plans to continue to grind as much of the WSOP.com schedule as possible and hasn't yet made up his mind about leaving the country to play the GGPoker bracelet events. "I actually haven't decided yet. It's tough because you've gotta get set up in a different country and all that," Dokler said. "And I'm not sure if the borders are going to be open yet. We'll see."
  8. The inaugural WSOP Super Circuit Online on GGPoker wrapped up on Sunday with the $1,000 buy-in Main Event blowing expectations and the $5 million guarantee away and three other events all exceeding the posting guarantee as four WSOP Circuit rings were awarded. Germany's 'schimmelgodx' topped the 9,779-entry field in Event #17 ($1,000 Main Event) to win $1,271,218. The only player which 'schimmelgodx' eliminated at the final table, 'Biereux', came in second place and earned $885,747 for their efforts. The final spot on the podium went to 'Igutu' for a $617,164 score. The 9,779 entries created a $9,290,050 prize pool far exceeding the $5,000,000 guarantee. There was also a Main Event for fans of the great game of Pot Limit Omaha. Event #16 ($1,000 PLO Main Event) had 2,614 runners with 'rubbherducky' outlasting all of them to win $362,619. 'Love2Spew' finished in second place and earned $260,725 and 'jellopy77' ended up in third place for $187,463. Another German player walked away from Sunday's action with a WSOP Circuit ring. The final three players in Event #15 ($200 Monster Stack) chopped up more than $295,000 and after the deal was made Germany's 'waransan' earned $92,866 and the ring for being the eventual winner. Runner-up 'DameDolla' took home $88,153 while third-place finisher 'geladinhaRLS' had the biggest score of $113,898 thanks to having the chip lead when the deal was struck. wnt The final event on the schedule, Event #18 ($500 The Closer) went to Craig 'Goblue' Varnell. Varnell, who already owns a World Series of Poker bracelet, along with World Poker Tour and WPT500 titles, earned $168,276 for sitting alone atop the 2,405-entry field. The final victim on Varnell's path to victory, 'Pokerguy2' earned $119,951 as the runner-up and 'YallaHabibi' added $85,505 to their bankroll for a third-place result. Event #15: $200 Monster Stack Entries: 5,216 Prize pool: $959,744 waransan - $92,866 DameDolla - $88,153 geladinhaRLS - $113,898 icho - $44,386 HowdyTeeexas - $30,522 Laolalo - $20,989 Beishadezhu - $14,433 MisterPro - $9,925 potamophobia - $6,825 Event #16: $1,000 PLO Main Event Entries: 2,614 Prize pool: $2,508,000 rubbherducky - $362,619 Love2Spew - $260,725 jellopy77 - $187,463 RunItOncePls - $134,788 QuarantinPlaya - $96,914 LemonRanger - $69,682 Ducker11 - $50,102 grandmaJill - $36,023 ShunZhu - $25,901 Event #17: $1,000 Main Event Entries: 9,779 Prize pool: $9,290,050 schimmelgodx - $1,271,218 Biereux - $885,747 Igutu - $617,164 Juan Pardo Dominguez - $430,022 tepuseenFD - $299,627 CoRoNaTi - $208,772 MaillouL - $145,466 wy7SG - $101,356 Gius2020 - $70,622 Event #18: $500 The Closer Entries: 2,405 Prize pool: $1,142,375 Craig 'Goblue' Varnell - $168,276 Pokerguy2 - $119,951 YallaHabibi - $85,505 AndyAtTheBike - $60,951 Pato Negro - $43,448 HossaBessa - $30,971 Clyde184 - $22,077 lovemestinky - $15,737 Mustlaaaveit - $11,218
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