First WSOP Circuit at the GG Network
The inaugural WSOP Circuit has started at the GG Network. These events are exceptionally popular amongst players and the network cracked the 100,000-player-mark for the first time in history!
Three WSOP Circuit events already took place, however, the action will continue this Sunday. There is a total of 15 events coming up.
While the most expensive event requires players to pay a buy-in of $25,000 low stakes grinders also get the chance to compete for huge prizes. There are events with buy-ins of $100 up to $500 coming up as well.
The $500,000 GTD Monster Stack tournament is up next. It will start on May 10th, at 13:00 and it has a buy-in of $200. The BIG $500 $2,000,000 GTD is starting six hours later. It features the third-largest guaranteed prize pool of the series and has a buy-in of $500.
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The first WSOP Circuit events featured huge fields and were highly entertaining. Check our summary of the first two WSOP Circuit events below if you have missed the action.
WSOP Ring Event #1: Covic Charity $1,000,000 GTD
The first event of the series featured a guaranteed prize pool of $1m. The players had to pay a buy-in of $1,111 to get a shot at the first prize. $111 of each buy-in will be donated to charity.
The tournament lasted almost 31 hours and a total of 1,595 competed at the tables. “TheMadQueen” from Canada managed to win the heads-up against “Igutu” from India and won the first prize for $227,940. The players cut an ICM deal and Igutu took home $239,930 as a chip leader.
The total prize pool was $1,772,045 and clearly demonstrated that players were eagerly waiting for this event. You can find the final table payouts displayed below.
WSOP Circuit Event #2: KICK-OFF $500,000 GTD
The second WSOP Circuit Ring event featured an incredibly large starting field of 28,921 players! The buy-in was just $50 which made the event also highly attractive for low stakes players.
Due to the large amount of players, the tournament had to be split into two days. 4,046 players made it to Day 2 and “JuanMartinDelPotro54” from Argentina took home the first place for $137,120.67.
The heads-up between “JuanMartinDelPotro54” and “jolen” from China lasted an hour and players from seven different countries made it to the final table.
WSOPC Series: $5,000 High Roller
The $5k high roller tournament was one of the most anticipated events of the WSOP Circuit. A total of 70 players bought in for this high-caliber tournament and online poker legend Fedor Holz managed to beat the strong starting field.
Una mas 🔥🚀 Day 2 in 2k tomorrow 🌪 pic.twitter.com/6cKDQBNbzO
— Fedor Holz (@CrownUpGuy) May 6, 2020
The tournament lasted almost six hours, which is pretty short compared to the previously mentioned events, and had a total prize pool of $332,500. Holz did not only take home $91,441.32 in this event, but he came in fourth in a $10,000 High Roller tournament for another $88,890.91 – a solid start for the new GGPoker ambassador.
There will WSOP Circuit tournament running until May 31st so there are plenty of opportunities for Holz and other GG Network players to compete for huge prizes!
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