Reichtenstein & Mackoff Latest WSOPC Ring Winners at GGPoker

Jonas Mackoff

The 2021 World Series of Poker Super Circuit Online is in full swing at GGPoker with four more ring winners including Uri "JimyT" Reichenstein winning Event #4: $800 No Limit Hold'em 6-Max Championship for $166,860 and Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff claiming his second career WSOPC ring in Event #5: $315 BOUNTY GIANT for $71,140.

In other news, Event #7: Big 25, was big indeed with a whopping 61,546 entries to smash the $1 million guarantee with a $1,415,558 prize pool. New Zealand's "Raggaz" won this event for $145,994, while "GangstaZab" won a gold ring and $133,180 after agreeing to a four-way deal in Event #6: $365 GIANT.

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Uri "JimyT" Reichenstein Wins WSOP Super Circuit Online Series Event #4: $800 No Limit Hold'em 6-Max Championship ($166,860)

Uri Reichenstein
Uri Reichenstein

Israel's Uri "JimyT" Reichenstein put on an impressive display en route to his first WSOP Circuit gold ring by knocking out every player at the final table single-handed in Event #4: $800 No Limit 6-Max Championship to win the top prize of $166,860.

Reichenstein is no stranger to big scores with nearly $2.8 million in live earnings, including nearly $1 million for second place in the EPT Main Event in Barcelona in 2016 along with another runner-up performance worth almost $900,000 in the 2019 EPT Barcelona High Roller.

Reichenstein eliminated a slew of accomplished competitors at the final table including Patrick "chrisbenoit" Brooks ($120,642), Matas "NoWeyyy" Cikinas (third - $87,227), Claas Segebrecht (fourth - $63,067), Justin "LappyPoker" Lapka (fifth - $45,598), Jeffrey "jumping gn" Reardon (sixth - $32,969), and Markku "ExVang" Koplimaa (seventh - $23,837) in succession before winning the title.

The tournament was another success for GGPoker with 1,571 entries generating a $1,193,960 prize pool to smash the $1 million guarantee.

Event #4: $800 No Limit Hold'em 6-Max Championship Final Table Results

1Uri "JimyT" ReichensteinIsrael$166,860
2Patrick "chrisbenoit" BrooksUnited Kingdom$120,642
3Matas "NoWeyyy" CikinasLithuania$87,227
4Claas SegebrechtGermany$63,067
5Justin "LappyPoker" LapkaUnited States$45,598
6Jeffrey "jumping gn" ReardonCanada$32,969
7Markku "ExVang" KoplimaaEstonia$23,837

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Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff Wins WSOP Super Circuit Online Series Event #5: $315 BOUNTY GIANT ($71,140)

Jonas Mackoff
Jonas Mackoff

Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff won his second WSOP Circuit Gold Ring in Event #5 after coming back from behind during heads-up play against Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel (second - $44,174) to win the $71,140 including $40,694 in bounties.

Mackoff's first ring came almost a decade ago when he shipped the 2012 WSOPC San Diego $355 No Limit Hold'em for $14,555. This is not all as Mackoff has amassed more than $1 million in live tournament earnings, placing him in Canada's top 100 all-time money winners.

Other big names at the final table in addition to Mackoff and Shepel included Stefan "C3H5N3O6" Lehner (third - $26,169), Daniel "Rock Pitbull" Bertoldi (fourth - $20,733), and Ran "Pearblossom" Koller (eighth - $8,458).

The $500,000 guarantee generously slapped onto this event by GGPoker was obliterated with 2,508 entries generating a $752,400 prize pool.

Event #5: $315 BOUNTY GIANT Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrizeBountyTotal Prize
1Jonas "LobyPewis" MackoffCanada$30,446$40,694$71,140
2Aleksandr "leeel" ShepelRussia$30,369$13,805$44,174
3Stefan "C3H5N3O6" LehnerAustria$22,140$4,029$26,169
4Daniel "Rock Pitbull" BertoldiBrazil$16,121$4,612$20,733
7Skinny PeteIndia$6,223$3,022$9,245
8Ran "Pearblossom" KollerIsrael$4,532$3,926$8,458

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"GanstaZab" Wins WSOP Super Circuit Online Series Event #6: $365 GIANT ($133,180)

After just under 11 hours of play, "GangstaZab" won Event #6: $365 GIANT No Limit Hold'em for $133,180 as part of a four-way deal with Vlada "Vlada2108" Stojanovic (second - $130,584), Mateusz "SsethTzeenta" Szymanski (third - $105,193), and Ben Cade (fourth - $97,184).

A trio of well-known players hit the rail at the final table short of the deal including Lee "mathouse" Kyoungjun (sixth - $40,432), Eder "BlueMoon" Campana (seventh - $30,320), and Pete Chen (eighth - $22,737).

The tournament attracted precisely 4,000 entries to create a $1,372,400 prize pool, significantly above the $1 million guarantee.

Event #6: $365 GIANT Final Table Results

2Vlada "Vlada2108" StojanovicSerbia$130,584*
3Mateusz "SsethTzeenta" SzymanskiPoland$105,193*
4Ben CadeCanada$97,184*
5Th3Secr3tSan Marino$53,917
6Lee "mathouse" KyoungjunHong Kong$40,432
7Eder "BlueMoon" CampanaBrazil$30,320
8Pete ChenTaiwan$22,737

*Reflects four-way deal at the final table.

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"Raggaz" Wins WSOP Super Circuit Online Series Event #7: Big 25 ($133,180)

The Big 25 was something special as it gave players a chance to win a coveted gold ring for just a $25 buy-in. Not only that, the event featured a $1 million guarantee, something almost unheard of for an event buy-in this low.

As it turned out, the $1 million guarantee was merely a placeholder as the event attracted a massive field of 61,546 entries during dozens of opening flights to generate a $1,415,558 prize pool.

The event was down to 6,767 players to start Day 2 and it just took a nudge over nine hours for "Raggaz" to win the ring along with the $145,994 top prize after besting "Muusik" (second - $109,466) in heads-up play.

Russia's "luckyboom1st" was also on the podium with a third-place performance worth $82,088 while Thomas "Flashguts513" Lee (eighth - $19,466) and Jeff "shortguy99" Giles were also at the final table with less success as they were the first two players eliminated.

Event #7: Big 25 Final Table Results

1RaggazNew Zealand$145,994
6Y PashinskiyRussia$34,616
7Pahachara WThailand$25,958
8Thomas "Flashguts513" LeeNew Zealand$19,466
9Jeff "shortguy99" GilesCanada$14,597

This Week's WSOP Super Circuit Online Schedule

Four circuit rings are up for grabs this coming week with Event #11: $400 COLOSSUS providing massive value thanks to its lofty $2.5 million guarantee for a $400 buy-in. Plenty of Day 1 flights will be held throughout the week with a winner crowned on Day 2 on Sunday, May 16.

DateDayTime (EDT)EventBuy-inGuarantee
May 11Tuesday2:05 p.m.Event #8: $800 Deepstack No Limit Hold'em Championship$800$1,000,000
May 15Tuesday2:05 p.m.Event #9: $525 Bounty Deepstack No Limit Hold'em$525$500,000
May 16Tuesday2:05 p.m.Event #10: $100 HUNDRED STACK No Limit Hold'em$100$500,000
May 16Tuesday2:05 p.m.Event #11: $400 COLOSSUS, $2.5M GTD [Day 2]$400$2,500,000

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.

  • Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff won his second career WSOP Circuit ring over the weekend at GGPoker.

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