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WSOPC Event #12 - #15 Results

By Christian Z
Published in Events
May 25, 2021
4 min read

Third Batch of 2021 WSOP Super Circuit Online Series Winners Crowned

The 2021 World Series of Poker Super Circuit Online Series is on the home stretch and the penultimate weekend of the festival has wrapped up. Another four champions were crowned, each of them taking home the elusive WSOP Circuit ring. This time, no Natural8 player joined the winner’s circle but four contenders reached the final tables and two fell just shy of that.

Matakis Takes Down the Pot-Limit Omaha Championship

Four-card aficionados entered the fray in Event #12: $800 Pot Limit Omaha Championship and the field consisted of 335 unique entries who purchased 334 re-entries. That created an overall field sze of 669 and the $250k guarantee was more than doubled to put $508,440 up for grabs.

The tournament was played in a six-max format to ensure action at all times and the top 98 finishers earned at least $1,413.22 for their efforts. Among those that cashed soon after the bubble burst were Eder “BlueMoon” Campana, Espen Myrmo, Connor Drinan, Ami Barer, Benjamin “dr100percent” Juhasz, Chris Moorman, and Joachim “jochee” Haraldstadt, the latter of which fired ten entries.

Other PLO specialists that cashed were Yuri Dzivielevski, Leonid Yanovski, Thomas Hueber, and Alfred Karlsson. Two Natural8 players ran deep in Justin “LappyPoker” Lapka and Gaurav “Haversham” Sood. Lapka departed in 24th place for $3,130.44 whereas Sood narrowly missed out on the seven-handed final table and took home $$6,974.30 for the 9th place finish.

Ludovic “Gr4vyB04t” Geilich turned his sixth entry into a third-place finish for $45,681.50 and Slovakia’s “Majki365” lost the heads-up encounter with Ian “potamophobia” Matakis. They earned $63,181.57 whereas Matakis recorded his first WSOPC ring and top prize of $87,386.17. WSOPC Event #12

Three Natural8 Finalists in Event #13, “NuttedDreams” Wins $210 Bounty 6-Max

Another six-max tournament followed on May 22 and bounty hunters rejoiced at the chance to score a payday for each casualty. With a price tag of just $210, it was one of the bargain events of the festival and drew a large field of 3,156 entries. That resulted in a prize pool of $631,200 and it took nearly ten and a half hours to determine a champion.

At least $50 was awarded for each knockout and the top 356 finishers also earned a portion of the cash pool worth at least $356.25. Artur Martirosian and GGSquad member Kevin Martin hit the rail on the first payout step and the same also applied for featured players Dara O’Kearney, Jessica Teusl and “scrimitzu”.

Austrian streamer “HansiWurst” cashed for more than $4k and Natural8 Team Hot ambassador Pete Chen reached the final three tables. He succumbed in 22nd place for $2.114.21, which includes $844.53 in bounties. Another three Natural8 players ran deep and made it to the seven-handed final table.

Unfortunately, Malaysia’s “PenangCKT”, Taiwan’s “Meimei555” and “ChampakBhoomiya” from India were the first three casualties. The tournament ended without a deal as Austria’s “NuttedDreams” overcame “opener” from Israel to retain their large bounty and cash for $51,285.42 in total. WSOPC Event #13

“Ficho” Takes Down Event #14: $77 LUCKY 7’s

One of the bargain tournaments of the entire series took place on the penultimate Sunday of the festival. Event #14: $77 LUCKY 7’s No Limit Hold’em came with a guarantee of $500,000 for a buy-in of just $77 and easily surpassed that target. A massive field of 9,966 entries emerged and that boosted the prize pool to $705,991.44, paying out the top 1,232 spots.

GGPoker ambassador Bertrand “ElkY” ran deep and hit the rail in 162nd place or $593.22, soon to be followed by Natural8 streamer Dan Almeida in 146th place for the same payday. Natural8 player “ChampakBhoomiya” fired five shells and turned those into 83rd place for $889.45, Joshua McCully finished in 58th place for $1,018.

Notables to fall in the late stages included Peter Turmezey, Shannon Shorr, and Ioannis Angelou-Konstas. No Natural8 player reached the final table this time and the only known finalist Daniil “AllinFanLOL” Maksimchuk fell in third place for $42.749.76. Ecuador’s “Lovejuoo” cashed for $57,007.69 but came up short of victory. Instead, it was Germany’s “Ficho” who accumulated all the chips, top prize of $76,029.52 and WSOPC ring.

Natural8 Player Ribeiro Finishes Runner-Up, Japan’s “RyutaroTY” Wins Event #15 $400 PLOSSUS

During the last World Series of Poker Online Circuit, Anson “Tara@0z” Tsang earned his first WSOPC ring in the $400 PLOSSUS. Another Natural8 player almost repeated the victory as Brazil’s Belmiro Ribeiro beat all but one opponent to earn a six-figure score.

With several starting flights available, only 445 players out of 2,935 overall entries returned for the final day in this six-handed PLO tournament. The top 300 finishers earned at least $1,021.50 and that’s what Natural8 Team Hot member Kosei Ichinose had to settle for as one of the first casualties in the money. Daniel Dvoress busted soon after in 242nd place and received the same cash prize.

Big names in the payout list included the likes of Niklas Astedt, Isaac Haxton, Chris Moorman, friend of Natutral8 Benjamin Rolle, Dario Sammartino, Fabrizio Gonzalez, Rainer Kempe, Carter Swidler and Shyngis Satubayev to name all but a few.

GG Omaha Squad member Michael “Minthon” Iakovlev and Gleb Tremzin reached the top 100 spots, as did Mike Watson, Chance Kornuth, Simon Lofberg, Jack Salter and Nicolo Molineli. Taiwan-based Belgian poker player Kristof “ultrafish” Segers came up short of another final table for Natural8 players and bowed out in 9th place for $10,976.15.

Ioannis Angelou-Konstas recorded yet another deep run and cashed for $27,671.43 thanks to his 6th place finish. After sending “Potsticker” to the rail in third place, Japan’s “RyutaroTY” held a large lead over the only Natural8 finalist Belmiro Ribeiro, who couldn’t overcome the chip deficit. Ribeiro cashed for $101,258.26 while “RyutaroTY” earned the WSOPC ring and top prize of $140,050.95. WSOPC Event #15

Another three of the elusive rings are up for grabs in the days to come including in the enormous $525 Main Event, which features a gigantic $5 million guarantee. Satellites and Day 1s will be running around the clock to give poker enthusiasts from all over the world the chance to compete.Day 2 takes place on Sunday, May 30, 2021, and the final table will be streamed on the Twitch channel.

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