Alan Sternberg and Soheb Porbandarwala Early Ring Winner

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 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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