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  • Matt "RubberFist" Stout is the biggest winner thus far in the WSOP Online Circuit.

It was a huge week at American-regulated online poker rooms with PokerStars NJ wrapping up its Turbo Series and WSOP.com hosting the second-ever WSOP Online Circuit.

The WSOP Online Circuit boasts 13 events from Feb. 26 to March 10 with more than $1 million in guaranteed prizes on the line. Each event awards a WSOP gold ring. The winner of the Main Event on March 10 and the overall leaderboard winner will each also be awarded entry into the Global Casino Championship.

Matt "RubberFist" Stout became the biggest winner of the online poker festival thus far after he won $44,982 in the WSOP Circuit Event #6 - $100,000 NLH Monster Stack.

Read on for a full look at the Sunday results from partypoker NJ, BorgataPoker.com, PlayMGM, WSOP.com NJ, WSOP.com Nevada, 888poker NJ, and the three 888poker clients in Delaware.

WSOP.com $10,000 Weekly Sunday

DateMarch 3
Buy-in$100
Guarantee$10,000
Entries171
Prize pool$15,561
ITM20

The WSOP.com $10,000 Weekly Sunday attracted 119 entrants and 52 reentries to generate a $15,561 prize pool. A total of 20 players cashed for a minimum of $249.

After more than five hours of play, "rgdoc" shipped the tournament for $4,357. Also on the podium was Scott "BigRiskky" Clements taking third place for $1,447.

Other notable players at the final table included Fred "BiggDaddy" Farrell (fifth - $980), Kathryn "azulciel" Stone Cappuccio (sixth - $825), and Norman "Abnormality" Michalek (seventh - $654).

PlacePlayerPrize
1rgdoc$4,357
2Albatross17$2,521
3Scott "BigRiskky" Clements$1,447
4Who_Are_You$1,136
5Fred "BiggDaddy" Farrell$980
6Kathryn "azulciel" Stone Cappuccio$825
7Norman "Abnormality" Michalek$654
8ImaLuckSac$436
9DJEsquire$327
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WSOP Circuit Event #6 - $100,000 NLH Monster Stack

DateMarch 3
Buy-in$320
Guarantee$100,000
Entries612
Prize pool$183,600
ITM75

The WSOP Circuit Event #6 - $100,000 NLH Monster Stack was by far the biggest tournament at American-regulated online poker rooms of the weekend. The tournament was a huge success with the 472 entrants and 140 reentries creating a $183,600 prize pool representing nearly double the $100,000 guarantee.

After more than nine hours of play, Matt "RubberFist" Stout won his second-ever WSOP Circuit gold ring by triumphing in the tournament for $44,982. Joining Stout on the podium were Dylan "TheSmith" Smith taking silver for $25,245 and Anna "PoFuk" Antimony claiming bronze for $15,422.

PositionPlayerPrize
1Matt "RubberFist" Stout$44,982
2Dylan "TheSmith" Smith$25,245
3Anna "PoFuk" Antimony$15,422
4Jonas "puffin_nails" Wexler$11,750
5Marcus "MarcoPoloo" Acuna$9,914
6Robert "Bjacks" Jackson$8,078
7Barry "Flopaholic" Finn$6,059
8Craig "imgrinding" Varnell$4,039
9Sridhar "sri50k" Sangannagari$2,662
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WSOP.com $15,000 Weekly Sunday Deepstack

DateMarch 3
Buy-in$50
Guarantee$15,000
Entries341
Prize pool$25,162
ITM35

The WSOP.com $15,000 Weekly Sunday Deepstack attracted 190 entrants and 151 reentries to create a $25,162 prize pool. A total of 35 players cashed for at least $176.

After more than eight hours of play, "Lagrock" shipped the event for $6,839 after beating "geNet1x_" (second - $3,900) in heads-up play.

Others cashing at the final table included Bob "SLHalper" Taylor (fourth - $1,711), Jed "jchak" Hoffman (sixth - $1,208), and Kevin "prof.chaos" French (seventh - $906).

PositionPlayerPrize
1Lagrock$6,668
2geNet1x_$3,900
3Max_Yielder$2,227
4Bob "SLHalper" Taylor$1,711
5LVCAP$1,459
6Jed "jchak" Hoffman$1,208
7Kevin "prof.chaos" French$906
8JingboSlice$604
9OMG_Obama$428
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WSOP.com $30,000 Weekly Sunday

DateMarch 3
Buy-in$500
Guarantee$30,000
Entries83
Prize pool$38,761
ITM9

The WSOP.com $30,000 Weekly Sunday attracted 51 entrants and 32 reentries to create a $38,761 prize pool with nine players cashing for at least $1,434.

After more than five hours of play, "Loco4coco" defeated Joseph "megolaman1ac" Liberta in heads-up play to collect the $11,628 top prize. Liberta walked away with $6,783 for his runner-up effort.

The remaining players at the final table included Anthony "PhilLaak" Pagan (third - $4,729), Anthony "Flawlessbink" Maio (fourth - $3,954), Craig "imgrinding" Varnell (fifth - $3,140), and Jed "jchak" Hoffman (sixth - $2,752).

PositionPlayerPrize
1Loco4coco$11,628
2Joseph "megolaman1ac" Liberta$6,783
3Anthony "PhilLaak" Pagan$4,729
4Anthony "Flawlessbink" Maio$3,954
5Craig "imgrinding" Varnell$3,140
6Jed "jchak" Hoffman$2,752
Joseph Liberta
Joseph "megolaman1ac" Liberta second for $6,783

BorgataPoker.com/partypoker/PlayMGM Sunday $35K GTD

DateMarch 3
Buy-in$200
Guarantee$35,000
Entries202
Prize pool$40,400
ITM27

The BorgataPoker.com/partypoker/PlayMGM Sunday $35K GTD attracted 129 entrants and 73 reentries to generate a $40,400 prize pool.

After almost eight hours of play, "Plesiosaur88" and "mrnissan50" agreed to a heads-up deal awarding the duo $6,787 each. Brian "pure_reason" Wood finished one spot behind in third place for $4,000.

Bowing out early at the final table were Yong "IReadYrSoul" Kwon in eighth place for $1,656 and Anthony "Flawlessbinkage" Maio in ninth place for $1,656.

PositionPlayerPrize
1Plesiosaur88$6,787*
2mrnissan50$6,787*
3Brian "pure_reason" Wood$4,000
4pokerman1$3,313
5harvgrizz$2,868
6Hashtag_Hashtag$2,464
7Fuzzball$2,060
8Yong "IReadYrSoul" Kwon$1,656
9Anthony "Flawlessbinkage" Maio$1,252

* Reflects heads-up deal.


PokerStars NJ Sunday Special - $30,000 Gtd

DateMarch 3
Buy-in$200
Guarantee$30,000
Entries181
Prize pool$33,666
ITM27

The PokerStars NJ Sunday Special - $30,000 Gtd attracted 120 entrants and 61 reentries to create a $33,666 prize pool.

After nearly 6 1/2 hours of play hours of play, Ross "rosseg" Gottlieb shipped the event for $7,238.

Anthony "FlawlessBINK" Maio earned his third appearance this report with a third-place finish for $3,956. Also at the final table were Matt "el binko" Iles in fourth place for $2,946 and Michael "ForTheThr1ll" Haberman Jr. in fifth place for $2,020.

PositionPlayerPrize
1Ross "rosseg" Gottlieb$7,238
2Tardarius2$5,218
3Anthony "FlawlessBINK" Maio$3,956
4Matt "el binko" Iles$2,946
5Michael "ForTheThr1ll" Haberman Jr.$2,020
6teezesh$1,683
7Schwibbs$1,347
8LAJOLLAOBOYA$1,010
9hmk-4$673

PokerStars NJ Turbo Series 26 - Main Event - $25,000 Gtd

DateMarch 3
Buy-in$100
Guarantee$25,000
Entries416
Prize pool$38,189
ITM55

The PokerStars NJ Turbo Series 26 - Main Event - $25,000 Gtd was a massive success with the 416 entries generating a $38,189 prize pool.

After more than 4 1/2 hours of play hours of play, "1EveryDay1" and "mikeytambo" agreed to a heads-up deal awarding each player $6,004.

Also at the final table were Brian "Wsopboy1997" Sherrier in seventh place for $1,091 and Anthony "OmgYouStink" Cicali III in eighth place for $802.

PositionPlayerPrize
11EveryDay1$6,004*
2mikeytambo$6,004*
3Unclevalue$3,739
4roflmfao_wp$2,748
5bharathts86$2,020
6KoolerU$1,485
7Brian "Wsopboy1997" Sherrier$1,091
8Anthony "OmgYouStink" Cicali III$802
9trunkpops$590

* Reflects heads-up deal.


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