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US Online Sunday Briefing: William Romaine Ships WSOP Online Circuit Main Event

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  • Check out how William Romaine, Jeffrey Orem, and Anthony Maio scored big on Sunday.

William "SlaweelRyam" Romaine had a weekend to remember at WSOP.com with nearly $100,000 in cashes, most of which came when he shipped a gold ring after winning the WSOP Online Circuit Main Event for $92,400.

Romaine also won the WSOP.com $15,000 Weekly Saturday for $6,361 and took third place in a WSOP Main Event qualifier on Sunday for $1,200 in cash.

Jeffrey "memorymotel" Orem took second place in the WSOP Online Circuit Main Event for a healthy haul of $48,895. For a complete recap of the WSOP Online Circuit series, check out this PokerNews article.

Also with a memorable weekend was Anthony "Flawlessbink" Maio. He not only took fifth place in the WSOP Online Circuit Main Event for $20,405 but also shipped the WSOP.com $30,000 Weekly Sunday for $16,371.

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 Circuit Event #13 - $250,000 NLH Main Event

DateMarch 10
Buy-in$525
Guarantee$250,000
Entries770
Prize pool$385,000
ITM100

The WSOP Circuit Event #13 - $250,000 NLH Main Event was the final event of the WSOP.com Online Circuit. The tournament was a huge success with the 770 entries (515 entrants and 155 reentries) creating a $385,000 prize pool. This crushed the 682 entrants and the $345,000 prize pool featured in last year's Main Event. A total of 100 players earned at least a min-cash of at least $807.

Connecticut's William "SlaweelRyam" Romaine scored the largest online at American-regulated online poker networks of the year after winning the tournament for $92,400 and a gold ring. Joining Romaine on the podium were Jeffrey "memorymotel" Orem taking silver for $48,895 and Joseph "JingboSlice" Cappuccio claiming bronze for $31,955.

PositionPlayerPrize
1William "SlaweelRyam" Romaine$92,400
2Jeffrey "memorymotel" Orem$48,895
3Joseph "JingboSlice" Cappuccio$31,955
4Bradford "bd3109" Albrinck$24,255
5Anthony "Flawlessbink" Maio$20,405
6Alexander "ShadowFiend1" Condon$16,555
7Joseph "PITCHTHEBTCH" Curcio$12,320
8Marc "speechdoc" Farro$8,085
9Andrew "RandyLerch" Kelsall$5,390
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WSOP.com $15,000 Weekly Sunday Deepstack

DateMarch 10
Buy-in$50
Guarantee$15,000
Entries416
Prize pool$29,257
ITM35

The WSOP.com $15,000 Weekly Sunday Deepstack [R&A, Super Addon] attracted 190 entrants, 226 rebuys, and 186 add-ons to create a $29,257 prize pool or nearly double the $15,000 guarantee. A total of 35 players cashed for at least $205.

After 8 1/2 hours of play, Jonas "puffin_nails" Wexler shipped the event for $7,753 after beating Matthew "Mendey" Mendez (second - $4,535) in heads-up play. Dylan "GIFAFI" Thomassie was also on the podium after bowing out in third place for $2,589.

Other notable players at the final table included Vincent "AllinVin138" Moscati (fourth - $1,989) and Daniel "yazi41" Caiazzo (ninth - $497).

PositionPlayerPrize
1Jonas "puffin_nails" Wexler$7,753
2Matthew "Mendey" Mendez$4,535
3Dylan "GIFAFI" Thomassie$2,589
4Vincent "AllinVin138" Moscati$1,989
5KingPoopa$1,697
6DSauce$1,404
7RIP_Neiko$1,053
8thisistony$702
9Daniel "yazi41" Caiazzo$497
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WSOP.com $10,000 2019 WSOP Main Event Seat Satellite

DateMarch 10
Buy-in$215
Guarantee$10,000
Entries106
Prize pool$21,200
ITM3

The WSOP.com $10,000 2019 WSOP Main Event Seat Satellite more than doubled its $10,000 with 106 entries (79 entrants and 27 reentries) generating a $21,200 prize pool.

After more than five hours of play, "OhMyGuan" and Daniel "BanaCreamPie" Buzgon locked up 2019 WSOP Main Event seats valued at $10,000 each.

Romaine, who shipped the WSOP Online Circuit Main Event, fell short of a seat but still claimed a third place consolation prize of $1,200.

PositionPlayerPrize
1OhMyGuan$10,000
1Daniel "BanaCreamPie" Buzgon$10,000
3William "SlaweelRyam" Romaine$1,200
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WSOP.com $30,000 Weekly Sunday

DateMarch 10
Buy-in$500
Guarantee$30,000
Entries123
Prize pool$57,441
ITM15

The WSOP.com $30,000 Weekly Sunday attracted 123 entries (78 entrants + 45 reentries) to generate a $57,441 prize pool. This was a huge boost from the 83 entries in this event the week before when the prize pool was $38,761. A total of 15 players cashed for at least $1,264.

51 entrants and 32 reentries to create a $38,761 prize pool with nine players cashing for at least $1,434.

Anthony "Flawlessbink" Maio shipped the event for $16,371 - and that wasn’t even his biggest score of the day.

Also at the final table were Michael "LeftSid3" Haberman Jr. taking second place for $9,478 and David "bewater" Goodman finishing in sixth place for $3,389.

PositionPlayerPrize
1Anthony "Flawlessbink" Maio$16,371
2Michael "LeftSid3" Haberman Jr.$9,478
3boom81boom$5,744
4Loco4coco$4,595
5geNet1x_$3,963
6David "bewater" Goodman$3,389

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

DateMarch 10
Buy-in$200
Guarantee$35,000
Entries194
Prize pool$38,800
ITM27

The BorgataPoker.com/partypoker/PlayMGM Sunday $35K GTD attracted 122 entrants and 72 reentries to generate a $38,800 prize pool. A total of 27 players walked away with at least $349.

After more than 8 1/2 hours of play, David "AvidSmores" Somers shipped the tournament for $7,760. Also at the final table were Kathryn "KatieStone" Stone Cappuccio in fourth place for $3,182 and Michael "Gags30" Gagliano in seventh place for $1,979.

PositionPlayerPrize
1David "AvidSmores" Somers$7,760
2lansky711$5,277
3TopCreature$3,841
4Kathryn "KatieStone" Stone Cappuccio$3,182
5tacobell$2,755
6MyCousinVinny5$2,367
7Michael "Gags30" Gagliano$1,979
8sansara52$1,591
9supremetny$1,203

PokerStars NJ Half Price Sunday Special - $30,000 Gtd

DateMarch 10
Buy-in$100
Guarantee$30,000
Entries489
Prize pool$44,890
ITM63

The PokerStars NJ Half Price Sunday Special - $30,000 Gtd was a huge success with 489 entrants (281 entries and 208 reentries) generating a $44,890 prize pool. A total of 63 players cashed for at least $198.

After nearly eight hours of play hours of play, Conor "NYR9414" Berkowitz shipped the event for $8,529. Finishing just behind Berkowitz was Joseph "RatherBinAC" Iannacone in second place for $6,285.

Also at the final table were Jerrad "bbissick" Pawar (fourth - $3,501), Joseph "HydraCap" Verrecchia (seventh - $1,459), and William "zhatka" Parker (eighth - $1,010).

PositionPlayerPrize
1Conor "NYR9414" Berkowitz$8,529
2Joseph "RatherBinAC" Iannacone$6,285
3einplusein$4,601
4Jerrad "bbissick" Pawar$3,501
5Martymaccey1$2,469
6senor stinks$1,908
7Joseph "HydraCap" Verrecchia$1,459
8William "zhatka" Parker$1,010
9$gt. Tibbs$745

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