The first six events of the 2020 Season Finale World Series Online Poker Circuit are officially in the books, with as many WSOPC gold rings having been awarded to half a dozen winners who were decided during the first six days of action.
The series opener was a guaranteed $ 100,000 215 buy-in no-limit hold’em double entry event that drew a total of 886 entries to make up a final prize pool of $ 177,220. In the end, the lion’s share of the money went to John “YoungGunz21” Reed, who emerged victorious with the top prize of $ 42,528 and their first WSOPC gold ring.
Other big names at the final table include a pair of WSOP bracelet winners at Ankush “rickrosstheb” Mandavia (5 – $ 9391) and Joseph “biueberry” Cheong (6 – $ 7,619) visit ARTAPOKER.
Soheb ‘tommyconway6’ Porbandarwala
The next event on the schedule is another tournament that is guaranteed to be $ 100,000. The $ 320 double entry no-limit hold’em double entry event drew a total of 615 entries to bring the prize pool to $ 184,500. Stamford, CT resident of Soheb ‘tommyconway6’ Porbandarwala came out on top, securing $ 46,125 and his fifth WSOPC ring. Porbandarwala’s previous biggest score came when he won a $ 580 WSOPC buy-in event at Foxwoods for $ 124,456. He is also a two-time WSOPC main event champion, having won the WSOP.com Winter Online Circuit main event in early March this year and WSOPC Atlantic City buying $ 1,675 in the main event in spring 2018.
Porbandarwala overcame tough final tables that included the likes of Jeremy “nothingpersnl” Kottler (2 – $ 25,830), Ian “apokerjoker2” Steinman (4 – $ 11,992), Joseph “biueberry” Cheong (8 – $ 4,243), and Brittney ” blondewonder ”Stout (9 – $ 2,768). Cheong is at the second final table in a few days.
Event 3 guaranteed $ 100,000 guaranteed, $ 250 buy-in no-limit hold’em turbo deepstack double entry entry. Jose “Aiden13” Ramos was the last player to sit. Camden, NJ residents earned $ 23,810 and their first gold ring as champions at this event, just days after finishing second in the kickoff event for $ 22,504.
WSOPC ring winner Jason Rivkin finished eighth for $ 3,256, while WSOP bracelet winner and World Poker Tour champion Jared “DarrensRabbi” Jaffee earned his first cash in the series by placing 16 for $ 1,105.
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