First Ring Winners Crowned in GGPoker's WSOP Super Circuit Online
Table Of Contents
- "Bangshifu" Wins WSOP Super Circuit Online Series Event #1: $100 Super Circuit Kick-Off ($147,013)
- Event #1: $100 Super Circuit Kick-Off Final Table Results
- "PHJ10" Wins WSOP Super Circuit Online Series Event #2: $210 Beat the Pros ($49,835)
- Event #2: $210 Beat the Pros Final Table Results
- Mario Mosboeck Wins WSOP Super Circuit Online Series Event #3 ($129,700)
- Event #3: $400 DOUBLE STACK MILLION Final Table Results
- WSOP Super Circuit Online Schedule for Week 18
Accompanied with a juicy $100 million in guarantees, 20 WSOP ring events are up for grabs in the WSOP Super Circuit Online Series running from May 1-30.
This weekend, three players captured the coveted prize with China's "Bangshifu" emerging as the biggest winner overall. "Bangshifu" topped a whopping 18,733-player field to turn a buy-in of just $100 into a payday of $147,013 in Event #1: $100 Super Circuit Kick-Off. Other newly crowned champs were Austria's Mario Mosboeck, who's been on a tear as of late, and "PHJ10" playing from Mexico.
Mosboeck won $129,700 in Event #3: $400 DOUBLE STACK MILLION after a deal with Csaba "PumpedGabo" Szasz, while "PHJ10" wasn't fazed by the big names in Event #2: $210 Beat the Pros, taking home $49,835 as a result.
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"Bangshifu" Wins WSOP Super Circuit Online Series Event #1: $100 Super Circuit Kick-Off ($147,013)
China's "Bangshifu" emerged as the winner of the first WSOP Circuit event on the calendar, and what an event it was as Event #1: $100 Super Circuit Kick-Off, $1M GTD registered a whopping 18,733 total entries across all Day 1s, putting the prize pool at $1,723,436.
"Bangshifu" had to wade through 2,939 Day 2 runners to ultimately pocket $147,013 and a WSOP Circuit ring.
Almost as soon as play got three-handed, a deal was struck. As the big stack, "Bangshifu" secured the biggest slice of the prize pool with nearly $150K. Runner-up Rodrigo "GhostBusters" Teixeira received $123,686, while third-place finisher "ssssssTOEOEOEN" saw $129,792 being added to their GGPoker account.
Even though they were still playing for a WSOP Circuit Ring, it didn't take long for "Bangshifu" to eliminate both remaining players to take the first prize and the hardware.
Event #1: $100 Super Circuit Kick-Off Final Table Results
|2||Rodrigo "GhostBusters" Teixeira||Brazil||$123,686|
|6||Tuukka "Morr1Haisi0" Siren||Finland||$41,072|
|7||Tim "BeardOilGuy" Rutherford||Canada||$30,800|
|9||Fabrizio "[email protected]@n" D'Agostino||Slovenia||$17,320|
"PHJ10" Wins WSOP Super Circuit Online Series Event #2: $210 Beat the Pros ($49,835)
"PHJ10" added a WSOP Circuit ring to his collection by defeating Hong Kong's "beos" to win the WSOP Super Circuit Online Event #2: $210 Beat the Pros for $49,835. The bounties made all the difference between what was banked between the players in the top two spots as "beos" collected an almost equal $23,241 in prize money but a much smaller $6,558 in bounties to bring their total haul to $29,799.
German poker superstar Rainer Kempe also finished on the podium with a third-place performance worth $20,725 including bounties, while a pair of Americans in Tyler "TheRayGuy" Cornell (eighth - $4,991) and Tsz "Eh8Ay" Shing (ninth - $5,102) were flying flags of neighboring countries at GGPoker and were the first two players eliminated at the final table.
The event itself more than met its expectations with 2,879 entries generating a $575,800 prize pool to small the $500,000 guarantee.
Event #2: $210 Beat the Pros Final Table Results
|8||Tyler "TheRayGuy" Cornell||United States||$3,468||$1,523||$4,991|
|9||Tsz "Eh8Ay" Shing||United States||$2,525||$2,577||$5,102|
Mario Mosboeck Wins WSOP Super Circuit Online Series Event #3 ($129,700)
Austria's Mario Mosboeck is truly living the dream with another big win, this time for his first WSOP Circuit ring after defeating a field of 3,063 entries to win the WSOP Super Circuit Series Event #3: $400 DOUBLE STACK MILLION at GGPoker.
The win was worth $129,700 thanks to a heads-up deal with Csaba "PumpedGabo" Szasz, who collected an even bigger prize of $130,557 thanks to holding the chip advantage when the deal was made.
Mosboeck has been a well-known poker player for many years. In recent times he joined forces with GGPoker Ambassador Fedor Holz and Matthias Eibinger as a representative of their poker training site Pokercode.
The final table was full of recognizable poker talent. In addition to a red-hot Mosboeck and Szasz, Simon "MotiKakoon" Goldthorpe (third - $83,635), Paul "Rahchan" Hong (fourth - $62,717), Geraldo "UmReiNoRiver" Cesar Neto (fifth - $47,031), WSOP bracelet winner Nicolo Molinelli (sixth - $35,269), and WSOP Circuit ring winner Claas Segebrecht (seventh - $26,448) were all among the final combatants.
Event #3: $400 DOUBLE STACK MILLION Final Table Results
|2||Csaba "PumpedGabo" Szasz||Hungary||$130,557*|
|3||Simon "MotiKakoon" Goldthorpe||Israel||$83,635|
|4||Paul "Rahchan" Hong||New Zealand||$62,717|
|5||Geraldo "UmReiNoRiver" Cesar Neto||Brazil||$47,031|
WSOP Super Circuit Online Schedule for Week 18
Four circuit rings are up for grabs in Week 18 with #7: BIG 25, $1M GTD providing massive value for just $25. Plenty of Day 1 flights will be held throughout the week with a winner crowned on Day 2 on Sunday, May 9.
|May-04||Tuesday||18:05||#4: $800 No Limit Hold'em 6-Max Championship||$800||$1,000,000|
|May-08||Saturday||18:05||#5: $315 BOUNTY GIANT No Limit Hold'em||$315||$500,000|
|May-09||Sunday||18:05||#6: $365 GIANT No Limit Hold'em||$365||$1,000,000|
|May-09||Sunday||20:05||#7: BIG 25, $1M GTD [Day 2]||$25||$1,000,000|
There's plenty more to come in the upcoming weeks, including the biggest WSOP Circuit Main Event ever with a buy-in of $525 and a $5M guarantee. The Main Event is running May 23 - 30, with the final table live streamed on June 5.
A former professional poker player from the Netherlands with a background in sports marketing and journalism. Yori has been a part of PokerNews since 2016 and manages the content team.