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  1. 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
  2. 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 t
  3. 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 Sup
  4. 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 guara
  5. 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 'Petit
  6. 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 create
  7. 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 fo
  8. 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 t

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