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WSOP.com December Deep Stack Series Concludes Over the Weekend

WSOP.com December Deep Stack Series Concludes Over the Weekend 0001

Over the weekend, the WSOP.com December Deep Stack Series concluded with the final three events of the series taking place on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

On Friday, Dec. 19, Event #5: No-Limit Hold'em 6-Max took place that saw "butters" win in Nevada. In New Jersey, however, the event did not run as it did not receive the minimum amount of entrants by the start time. This marked the second event of the series that didn't run in New Jersey.

In Nevada, "butters" topped a field the consisted of 64 unique players. Those players account for 44 rebuys and 39 add-ons, which generated a prize pool of $6,688.50 and easily surpassed the $4,000 guarantee for this $50 buy-in event. The top eight spots were paid out, and it was "colleen" bubbling the money in ninth place.

Event #5 Final Table Payouts — WSOP.com NV

PlacePlayerPrize
1butters$2,073.43
2daluxxx$1,404.58
3CashPlays$869.50
4BSHriever5$668.85
5ZenArcher$568.52
6river2win$434.75
7G.Becks$367.86
8docturra$300.98

On Saturday, Dec. 20, Event #6: No-Limit Hold'em played out, and that was won by "Telemere" in Nevada and "jfkg666" in New Jersey.

In Nevada, "Telemere" scored the first-place prize of $2,059.33 after topping a field of 63 unique players. After the buy-ins were tallied with 47 rebuys and 36 add-ons, the prize pool generated was $6,643. Once again, that surpassed the event's guarantee, which was set at $5,000.

Event #6 Final Table Payouts — WSOP.com NV

PlacePlayerPrize
1Telemere$2,059.33
2leona$1,395.03
3Asballer23$863.59
4FromBehind$664.30
5voffvoffvoff$564.65
6rome4me$431.79
7luckisreal$365.36
8T54_T97s$298.93

In New Jersey, "jfkg666" topped a field of 55 unique players to win $2,054. There were 35 rebuys and 39 add-ons, which meant $5,870 in the prize pool and that topped the $5,000 guarantee. The top six spots were paid out.

Event #6 Final Table Payouts — WSOP.com NJ

PlacePlayerPrize
1jfkg666$2,054
2DocNoss$1,291
3THAKID33$880
4SizeLarge$646
5gatsby14$528
6Ritzz$470

Then on Sunday, Dec. 21, the series concluded with Event #7: No-Limit Hold'em that was won by "voffvoffvoff" in Nevada and "SofcknsicKKK" in New Jersey. This was the main event of the series with a buy-in of $100 and a guarantee of $6,500.

In Nevada, "voffvoffvoff" raked in $4,108.65 after topping the field of 57 entrants. Those entrants generated 28 rebuys and 44 add-ons, allowing for a big prize pool of $11,739 — nearly doubling the guarantee.

Event #7 Final Table Payouts — WSOP.com NV

PlacePlayerPrize
1voffvoffvoff$4,108.65
2ReddishApe$2,582.58
3Asballer23$1,760.85
4altruizine$1,291.29
5Cyanever$1,056.51
6_Saint_$939.12

Over in New Jersey, "SofcknsicKKK" took home $3,758 after winning the event. He topped a field of 54 players that account for 24 rebuys and 40 add-ons. This generated a prize pool of $10,738, and the top six spots were paid out.

Event #7 Final Table Payouts — WSOP.com NJ

PlacePlayerPrize
1SofcknsicKKK$3,758
2schaf4206$2,362
3mag8500$1,611
4Diapers$1,181
5OoopsMyBad$966
6beryl$859

With that, the WSOP.com December Deep Stack Series has come to a close. We'd like to congratulate all of the winners as we close out 2014, but that doesn't mean the action will stop online.

There's still plenty of time to take advantage of the December Reload Bonus on WSOP.com. From now until Dec. 31, the site is offering a 100-percent reload bonus up to $500. Just make your next deposit using the code "YEAREND" to claim your bonus.

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