Poker, Travel, & Content Creation: A Conversation With PokerStars Ambassador Parker Talbot 

PokerStars streamer and ambassador Parker Talbot spoke with PokerScout at the PCA about being poker nomad, new projects, content creation, and more.

PokerStars streamer ambassador Parker “Tonkaaap” Talbot has hit the poker road for the long haul. The Canadian has $1.1 million in live tournament winnings and hopes to boost that with some time away from home.

Talbot has been a bit of a poker nomad lately. More travel is in the works for the coming months, he told PokerScout while at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure.

“It’ll be fun,” he said of the continued travel. “I’m still young and hip with it enough that I can get away with that. I feel like I’m getting a bit old for living out of a suitcase, but it’ll be alright. I’ll enjoy it for sure.”

Recently Talbot visited the Bahamas, Croatia, and other parts of Europe. More live poker and more travel certainly seem on his menu. He spoke with PokerScout about poker in Canada, travel, streaming, new projects, and more.

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Poker changes in Ontario, hitting the road

Originally from Toronto, Ontario, Talbot (pictured in lead image courtesy PokerStars/Eloy Cabacas) witnessed the online poker changes in his home province last year. Ontario went from a wide-open market to a ringed-in environment.

Some skilled players, like fellow Stars ambassador Arlie Shaban, have found success in smaller fields. Others would rather be part of the larger international online poker landscape.

So far, Talbot hasn’t played in the Ontario market after hitting the road for more live action. 

“I was only really home for a couple of weeks over the holidays,” he said. “I basically bounced from Ontario when it happened.

“I stayed at Spraggy’s (Ben Spragg) house for a couple months, just bopping around and playing on the .com client. So I’ve just stayed out of the Ontario player pool and stayed in the main player pool outside of Ontario. I’ve just been traveling around and that’s going to be the plan for the next few months.”

The road trip paid off in December with a fifth-place finish in the European Poker Tour Prague Main Event for $293,352.

More travel on the horizon

Croatia has been a particular favorite. Talbot visited a friend in the country for a couple weeks and is eager for a return trip.

“I might end up there for a couple months this year at some point just to chill and whatever,” he says. “It’s just a really nice place. Everybody’s really friendly, everything’s cheap.”

Some other potential trips include South America, notably Brazil, as well as Asia. Also next up for Talbot is a poker trip to the EPT stop in Paris, France. Life as a full-time poker player has gone hand in hand with traveling for those who enjoy life on the road exploring. That seems to describe the Canadian poker pro.

“I really need to do some traveling abroad,” he says. “I’ve literally just spent my life in North America and in Europe more or less … but not really outside of those. I could just bounce around. I like to plan to go to places where I have friends or know people already.”

Moving beyond streaming

Many poker fans know Talbot from his Twitch channel, which has 125,000 followers. He’s also active on social media and has a YouTube channel with 69,000 subscribers.

Talbot has streamed less lately, but still plans on some upcoming month-long stints of major online series. Some new media projects are also ahead including teaming up with Spragg

“I’ll be doing a lot of YouTube this year, playing and doing some live poker vlogs,`” he says. “Spraggy and I have got a bunch of YouTube cooked up for the pipeline this year. So you’re going to do a bunch of YouTube content this year in a couple of months.”

Returning to YouTube brings Talbot back to a place earlier in his career. He regularly dropped stream highlights on the site and had one of the biggest poker YouTube channels at one point. The new effort will offer more unique content.

Viewers may not realize just how much work goes into creating video content, Talbot notes. Seeing return on investment requires plenty of effort and content creators do much more than turn on the cameras.

“I’m not editing videos myself or doing anything like that, I’ve got a team for that,” he says. “But even on the content side, obviously it’s a grind. During the whole back end of uploading and editing and all that, the people who do YouTube and do all that stuff on their own, I have mad respect because it’s serious. It’s a lot of work.”

Bringing something new

Finding an audience among a packed Twitch, YourTube, and podcast environment isn’t easy. A quick search for “poker” among any of these platforms yields dozens and dozens of options. Finding a niche can be challenging. Talbot sees YouTube as quite different however

“With YouTube, I find that there’s really no reason to separate each other,” he says. “YouTube is really a different beast than Twitch. On Twitch, you have a listing and you’re competing with everyone in the listing for viewers. The top dog is always going to get the most viewership.

“Whereas on YouTube, if you have similar content you can just push people toward each other. Because you don’t watch a video at the same time – you watch a video and then another video and then another video. So if you have a whole bunch of similar content like me, Fintan Hand, Lex Veldhuis, and Spragg all in the Twitch poker listing, obviously we’re going to be cutting each other’s throats battling for viewership.”

However on YouTube, Talbot sees more of a team approach with his fellow PokerStars ambassadors and streamers.

“I think we can push viewers to each other’s channels and kind of grow together,” he says. “So I don’t think it’s necessarily that important to differentiate each other – just make good content.”


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Advice for others & fun times in the Bahamas

As poker streaming and vlogging continue to grow in popularity, more players seem ready to fire up the microphone and camera. With hundreds of hours on stream, Talbot offered some advice for those looking to dive. Making sure there is some consistency is a major part of that.

“If you want to do it, just do it,” he says. “It’s not that hard. We’ve all got iPhones these days with good cameras. You can vlog if you want to.

“Once you make a go of something, be it streaming, YouTube, whatever, you have to make a schedule and stick to it. It’s the most important thing with any kind of social media, influencing, Twitch, YouTube, anything like that. Hopefully have a personality for it and be a little bit entertaining.”

Talbot was pleased to see the PCA return this year. He thinks the series served as a great way to bring players of all levels together, especially for the PokerStars Players Championship.

“Four years later, finally,” he says. “It’s incredible. I haven’t heard any bad things yet. Everybody that I’ve talked to just had a good time.”

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Former Canadian Police Employee Grabs Platinum Pass in PokerStars EPT Women’s Bootcamp Event  

Canada’s Roxanne Johnson scored a Platinum Pass recently as part of the PokerStars x Poker Power Bootcamp Showdown at the EPT Prague series.

Following a four-week poker bootcamp, seven women from around the globe took part in the PokerStars x Poker Power Bootcamp Showdown on Dec. 12 at the European Poker Tour (EPT) Prague series.

Canada’s Roxanne Johnson came out on top and scored a Platinum Pass for the PokerStars Players Championship (PSPC) in late January. The prize is valued at $30,000 and Johnson was thrilled to be among the players heading to the Caribbean for the PSPC.

“I can’t believe that just happened, it’s so surreal but I am so excited to be heading to PSPC in the Bahamas,” said Johnson, who lives in Kelowna, British Columbia. “It’s been an amazing journey so far with all the support, from the teams at PokerStars and Poker Power to meeting all the other women in Prague. Can’t wait for the next chapter at the PSPC!”

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PokerStars continues reaching out to women

A former court liaison officer with the Canadian Mounted Police, Johnson (pictured in lead image with PokerStars ambassador Jen Shahade) is the latest winner from the PokerStars and Poker Power partnership. The latter works at furthering the game of poker among women. 

PokerStars teamed up with Poker Power earlier in the year to help women build their confidence and skills in the game. The two groups also hoped to create more opportunities for female players.

The partnership is part of PokerStars’ efforts to the growth of the game and supporting women in poker.  This includes encouraging more women to sit down and have fun at the tables.

The plan also emphasizes ensuring a comfortable environment for all players, both live or online. The boot camp saw novice women players learn gameplay skills that translate to real world success including:

  • negotiation
  • strategic decision-making
  • capital allocation

PokerStars ambassadors Jen Shahade, GJ Reggie, and Lali Tournier also participated and offered support. Tars officials were pleased at how the event turned out.

“We are thrilled to celebrate Roxanne as our first PokerStars and Poker Power Showdown champion, and can’t wait to see how she gets on in the Bahamas at what is set to be an unforgettable experience,” director of partnerships, public relations, and consumer engagement Rebecca McAdam Willetts said in a news release.

“We are committed to supporting women in the game and want to ensure that anyone has a chance at a seat at the table, and more importantly, a voice. The bootcamp and subsequent tournament at EPT Prague was an important element in our long-term plan to see more women learn, take part, have fun, and above all feel safe and comfortable.”

Winner’s journey

Johnson loves poker’s intricacies and the thrill that can come when playing. She was inspired to participate in the boot camp by the opportunity to play at a live event.

In heads-up play in Prague, she battled  Romanian journalist Catalina Teodorescu for the Platinum Pass. In the final hand, Johnson flopped a pair of Kings with Teodorescu holding  Queen-Jack suited. 

The win now sees Johnson joining recent female Platinum Pass winners Giada Fang, of Italy, and Rishya Iyer, from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Each week of the boot camp focused on developing players’ confidence and competence. Johnson seems to have learned quite a bit of that in finishing off the EPT event with a victory.

“Poker Power applauds Roxanne’s success and is thrilled to be a part of her exciting journey to the PSPC in the Bahamas,” Poker Power managing director and general manager Erin Lydon said. “The dedication of our instructors coupled with the hard work and courage of the boot camp participants created an inspiring learning environment.”

The PSPC is set for Jan. 30 – Feb. 3 at the Baha Mar Resort in Nassau, Bahamas. Each Platinum Pass includes:

  • $25,000 buy-in to the  PSPC
  • six nights hotel accommodation for the winner and a guest in a five-star hotel
  • airport transfers and flights
  • $1,900 expense money
  • Platinum Pass winner experiences during the event

* Lead image courtesy Danny Maxwell/PokerStars

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TEAM CANADA: Jamie Weidl Discusses WSOP.ca Ambassador Role, Ontario Online Poker, & More

Jamie Weidl recently spoke with PokerScout about becoming a WSOP.ca/GGPoker ambassador, his poker life, and online poker in Ontario, Canada.

Like many online poker players in Ontario, Canada, Jamie Weidl was disappointed when the province embraced a ringed-in market similar to US states. The days of playing on the international platforms were gone.

For years Weidl played major worldwide tournaments and seeing them disappear felt like the end of an era. However, the action available in the market has been a nice surprise for the new WSOP.ca/GGPoker ambassador.

“The games have been fantastic in Ontario, with lots of recreational players taking part,” he says. “It’s kind of nice not having to play against those great Germans and Brazilians! I think Ontario has a strong poker community though and WSOP.ca has been doing a great job of offering players an exciting experience.”

The regulated market also at least kept Weidl’s professional poker career alive. The 33-year-old from Windsor has played poker for a living for more than a decade.

In August Weidl was named as a new ambassador for WSOP.ca and is now one of those leading the charge for Ontario poker. He recently spoke with PokerScout about his new role and life in poker.

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“It feels great to be a member of GGPoker’s Team Canada, it’s an exciting opportunity to help promote the game that I love and have been passionate about most of my life,” he says. “I grew up watching poker on TV, seeing all the great players patched up representing the poker world. So it feels pretty cool to be wearing the GGPoker and WSOP.ca patches.

“It’s exciting to be a part of the team as GGPoker has taken the online poker world by storm the last five years. I’m grateful for the opportunity they’ve given me.”

Joining the GGPoker team

As a member of Team Canada, Weidl will work to spread the word about the WSOP.ca. The site is a partnership between GG and the World Series of Poker and launched in October.

He promotes the site at local card rooms in tournaments and cash games. On social media, the ambassador shares his own progress, interesting poker spots, funny moments, photos with other players, and his overall experience. Players can check out his poker life daily on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Tiktok as “JaimoPoker.” 

“There is a team of us across the country all with the same goal of creating a fun social experience to help get players excited about online poker again,” he says.

So far, WSOP.ca has offered some nice action. That included a three-tournament bracelet series. The site is also currently running the WSOP Winter Circuit with 18 championship rings up for grabs and $5 million guaranteed.

“There is a lot to be excited about as WSOP.ca continues to offer the best tournament series for Ontario players to take part in,” Weidl says. “The reaction from players has been great overall. WSOP.ca has offered some great tournament series so far and I think having the GGPoker software and WSOP brand behind them, with the ability to offer rings and bracelets, makes it even more exciting for people that grew up watching the WSOP on ESPN.”

A non-traditional job and ‘making a quick buck’

At the tables, Weidl plays both live and online cash games and tournaments. Like many players, the 2003 Moneymaker boom played a major role in his poker life. But Weidl learned to play at an even younger age from his grandparents.

“I grew up playing lots of card games, board games, video games, and played competitive football, so games were always a big part of my life,” he says. “As a kid, I was always looking for any way to make a quick buck, so when I found poker, it was a perfect blend.”

When Weidl became old enough to play, heading to Caesars Windsor Casino for some action became a regular part of his routine. The property is near Detroit, Michigan, and attracts players from both sides of the border. Home games with friends also became part of his poker life and Weidl also began playing online.

“As soon as I found the game, I loved it and knew in the back of my mind that I found something I really wanted to pursue,” he says. “I’m fascinated by the psychology of poker and the excitement it gives me when I play.

“A traditional job was never going to be what I wanted, poker gives me the independence I like with the ability to do what I love for a living. Most people see it as gambling rather than what it is, a skill game with an element of luck to it. Anyone can be good at it if they just put their minds to it and have the passion.”

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WSOP.ca and GGPoker Team Canada ambassador Jamie Weidl on a recent trip to Caesars Windsor Casino.

Away from the table and looking ahead

When not mixing it up at the poker table, Weidl is a huge football fan. His father had season tickets to the University of Michigan Wolverines, so the “Big House” became like a second home while growing up.

He and his girlfriend also enjoy traveling and experiencing other cultures. Music is also a major passion and the couple like to combine both of these interests.

“We also enjoy listening and learning about music together and have a large record collection accumulated over the years,” he says. “We like to go into record shops when we visit different places.”

Since taking a recent deep dive into Netflix’s “Drive to Survive,” Formula One racing has also piqued his interest. Collecting comics and toys has also been a hobby since Weidl was young.

While Twitch streaming has become popular with many brand ambassadors, that hasn’t been part of Weidl’s poker life yet. However, he now has plans to get on board with that as well.

With his new role, Weidl is excited about where online poker is headed in Ontario and connecting with other players. His love for the game has come a long way from those games with his grandparents. But he still enjoys heading to the live and online tables.

“I still have just as much passion for the game today as I did when I first started playing, and in fact, my love for poker continues to grow every day,” he says. “At the same time, I know I still have so much to learn and so far to go that hopefully, this is just the beginning for me.”

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GGPoker/WSOP.ca Launches Winter Circuit Ontario; $5M Guaranteed, 18 Championship Rings

WSOP.ca and GGPoker are hosting the WSOP Winter Circuit Ontario from Dec. 4 – Jan. 9 with $5 million guaranteed.

After announcing the launch of the GGPoker World Series of Poker Winter Circuit earlier this week, the site is also bringing some championship ring action to players in Ontario, Canada.

WSOP.ca is hosting the WSOP Winter Circuit Ontario from Dec. 4 – Jan. 9 with $5 million guaranteed. This is the site’s largest-ever guaranteed prize pool in the province and includes a $1,700 Main Event with $500,000 guaranteed.

Players will find 18 ring events as well as a packed schedule of side events when the action kicks off on Sunday.

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GGPoker/WSOP.ca Ontario Winter Circuit details

Those looking to grab a championship ring are in store for some interesting events in the Winter Circuit. Most events feature No Limit Hold’em with some Pot Limit Omaha thrown in as well.

Many tournaments include multiple starting flights and boast some nice guarantees. The Big $500 kicks off the series, with a $100,000 guarantee and the final stage set for Dec. 5.

Low rollers will want to check out the Big $50 Ontario MILLION$ Bounty Fest with a $150,000 guaranteed. The final day plays out on Dec. 18. Other highlights from the series include:

  • $1,500 Holiday Maker NLHE – $300,000 guaranteed with at least $50,000 awarded to winner (final stage Dec. 12)
  • $400 Christmas Colossus – $200,000 guaranteed (final stage Dec. 26)
  • $210 New Year’s Mystery Bounty – $202,300 guaranteed with a $25,000 top bounty (final stage Jan. 2)
  • $150 GGMasters Winter Championship – $100,000 guaranteed (final stage Jan. 8)

Beyond the main schedule, players will find numerous side events as well. Here’s a look at the complete schedule.

GGPoker WSOP Winter Circuit Ontario 2022

DateEventBuy-inGuarantee
Dec 2#1: BIG 500 Kick-Off [Day 1]$500$100,000
Dec 3#1: BIG 500 Kick-Off [Day 1]$500$100,000
Dec 3#1: BIG 500 Kick-Off [Day 1]$500$100,000
Dec 4$50 Sunday Winter Kick-Off$50$4,000
Dec 4$21 Deepstack Bounty Turbo$21$2,000
Dec 4$100 Sunday HUNDRED STACK$100$10,000
Dec 4$52.50 Sunday Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$6,000
Dec 4#1: BIG 500 Kick-Off [Day 1]$500$100,000
Dec 4$150 GGMasters WSOPC Circuit$150$50,000
Dec 4WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Sunday High Rollers Main Event$525$20,000
Dec 4$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$10,000
Dec 4#1: BIG 500 Kick-Off [Day 1]$500$100,000
Dec 4$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 4$55 Sunday Fifty Stack$55$5,000
Dec 4#5: $1,500 HOLIDAY MAKER NLH - $50K to 1st [Day 1]$1,500$300,000
Dec 4WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$525$15,000
Dec 4$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$77$4,000
Dec 4$210 Sunday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$210$6,000
Dec 4#1: BIG 500 Kick-Off [Day 1]$500$100,000
Dec 4$100 Sunday Saver [Hyper]$100$3,000
Dec 5$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$4,000
Dec 5#1: BIG 500 Kick-Off [Last Chance]$500$100,000
Dec 5$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 5$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 5$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 5WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 5#1: BIG 500 Kick-Off [Final Day]$500$100,000
Dec 5$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 5#5: $1,500 HOLIDAY MAKER NLH - $50K to 1st [Day 1]$1,500$300,000
Dec 5$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 5$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 5WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 5$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 5$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 5$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 6$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 6$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 6$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 6$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 6WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 6#2: $2,100 Bounty Hunters Championship NLH$2,100$100,000
Dec 6$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 6#5: $1,500 HOLIDAY MAKER NLH - $50K to 1st [Day 1]$1,500$300,000
Dec 6$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 6$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 6WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 6$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 6$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 6$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 7$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 7$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 7$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 7$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 7WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 7$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 7#5: $1,500 HOLIDAY MAKER NLH - $50K to 1st [Day 1]$1,500$300,000
Dec 7$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 7$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 7WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 7$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 7$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 7$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 8$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 8$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 8$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 8$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 8WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 8#3: $525 "Winter is Coming" Bounty 6-Handed NLH$525$50,000
Dec 8$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 8#5: $1,500 HOLIDAY MAKER NLH - $50K to 1st [Day 1]$1,500$300,000
Dec 8$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 8$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 8WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 8$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 8$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 8$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 9$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 9$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 9$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 9$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 9WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 9$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 9#5: $1,500 HOLIDAY MAKER NLH - $50K to 1st [Day 1]$1,500$300,000
Dec 9$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 9$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 9WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 9$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 9$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 9$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 10$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 10$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 10$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 10$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 10WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 10$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 10#5: $1,500 HOLIDAY MAKER NLH - $50K to 1st [Day 1]$1,500$300,000
Dec 10$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 10$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 10WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 10$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 10$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 10$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 11$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 11$50 Sunday Winter Kick-Off$50$4,000
Dec 11$21 Deepstack Bounty Turbo$21$2,000
Dec 11$100 Sunday HUNDRED STACK$100$10,000
Dec 11$52.50 Sunday Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$6,000
Dec 11#5: $1,500 HOLIDAY MAKER NLH - $50K to 1st [Day 1]$1,500$300,000
Dec 11$150 GGMasters WSOPC Circuit$150$50,000
Dec 11#4: $1,050 GGMasters HR Winter Freezeout$1,050$150,000
Dec 11WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Sunday High Rollers Main Event$525$20,000
Dec 11$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$10,000
Dec 11$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 11$55 Sunday Fifty Stack$55$5,000
Dec 11#5: $1,500 HOLIDAY MAKER NLH - $50K to 1st [Day 1]$1,500$300,000
Dec 11WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$525$15,000
Dec 11$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$77$4,000
Dec 11$210 Sunday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$210$6,000
Dec 11$100 Sunday Saver [Hyper]$100$3,000
Dec 12$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$4,000
Dec 12#5: $1,500 HOLIDAY MAKER NLH - $50K to 1st [Last Chance]$1,500$300,000
Dec 12$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 12$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 12$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 12WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 12#5: $1,500 HOLIDAY MAKER NLH - $50K to 1st [Final Day]$1,500$300,000
Dec 12$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 12$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 12$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 12WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 12$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 12$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 12$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 13$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 13$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 13$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 13$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 13WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 13#6: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship$1,500$50,000
Dec 13$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 13$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 13$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 13WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 13$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 13$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 13$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 14$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 14$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 14$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 14$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 14WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 14$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 14$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 14$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 14WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 14$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 14$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 14$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 15$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 15$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 15$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 15$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 15WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 15#7: $320 "Santa's Sled" Ultra Deepstack Turbo Bounty$320$50,000
Dec 15$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 15$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 15$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 15WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 15$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 15$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 15$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 16$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 16$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 16$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 16$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 16WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 16$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 16$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 16$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 16WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 16$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 16$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 16$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 17$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 17$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 17$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 17$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 17WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 17$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 17$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 17$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 17WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 17$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 17$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 17$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 18$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 18$50 Sunday Winter Kick-Off$50$4,000
Dec 18$21 Deepstack Bounty Turbo$21$2,000
Dec 18$100 Sunday HUNDRED STACK$100$10,000
Dec 18$52.50 Sunday Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$6,000
Dec 18$150 GGMasters WSOPC Circuit$150$50,000
Dec 18WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Sunday High Rollers Main Event$525$20,000
Dec 18$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$10,000
Dec 18$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 18$55 Sunday Fifty Stack$55$5,000
Dec 18WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$525$15,000
Dec 18#8: BIG 50 Ontario MILLION$ Bounty Fest [Final Stage]$50$150,000
Dec 18$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$77$4,000
Dec 18$210 Sunday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$210$6,000
Dec 18$100 Sunday Saver [Hyper]$100$3,000
Dec 19$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$4,000
Dec 19$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 19$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 19$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 19WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 19#9: $400 Holiday PLOSSUS [Bounty, Final Stage]$400$100,000
Dec 19$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 19$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 19$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 19WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 19$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 19$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 19$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 20$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 20$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 20$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 20$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 20WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 20#10: $1,500 Deepstack Championship NLH$1,500$100,000
Dec 20$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 20$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 20$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 20WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 20$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 20$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 20$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 21$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 21$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 21$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 21$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 21WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 21$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 21$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 21$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 21WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 21$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 21$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 21$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 22$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 22$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 22$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 22$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 22WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 22#11: $1,050 "Naughty or Nice" Bounty NLH$1,050$100,000
Dec 22$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 22$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 22$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 22WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 22$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 22$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 22$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 23$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 23$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 23$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 23$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 23WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 23$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 23$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 23$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 23WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 23$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 23$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 23$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 24$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 24$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 24$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 24$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 24WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 24$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 24$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 24$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 24WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 24$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 24$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 24$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 25$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 25$50 Sunday Winter Kick-Off$50$4,000
Dec 25$21 Deepstack Bounty Turbo$21$2,000
Dec 25$100 Sunday HUNDRED STACK$100$10,000
Dec 25$52.50 Sunday Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$6,000
Dec 25$150 GGMasters WSOPC Circuit$150$50,000
Dec 25WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Sunday High Rollers Main Event$525$20,000
Dec 25$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$10,000
Dec 25$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 25$55 Sunday Fifty Stack$55$5,000
Dec 25WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$525$15,000
Dec 25$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$77$4,000
Dec 25$210 Sunday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$210$6,000
Dec 25$100 Sunday Saver [Hyper]$100$3,000
Dec 26$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$4,000
Dec 26$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 26$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 26$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 26WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 26#12: $400 CHRISTMAS COLOSSUS NLH [Final Day]$400$200,000
Dec 26$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 26$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 26$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 26WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 26$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 26$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 26$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 27$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 27$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 27$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 27$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 27WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 27$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 27$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 27$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 27WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 27$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 27$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 27$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 28$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 28$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 28$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 28$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 28WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 28$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 28$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 28$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 28WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 28$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 28$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 28$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 29$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 29$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 29$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 29$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 29WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 29#13: $840 "Stocking Stuffer" Bounty Superstack$840$100,000
Dec 29$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 29$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 29$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 29WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 29$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 29$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 29$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 30$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 30$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 30$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 30$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 30WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 30$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 30$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 30$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 30WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 30$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 30$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 30$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Dec 31$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Dec 31$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Dec 31$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Dec 31$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Dec 31WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Dec 31$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Dec 31$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Dec 31$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Dec 31WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Dec 31$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Dec 31$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Dec 31$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Jan 1$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Jan 1$50 Sunday Winter Kick-Off$50$4,000
Jan 1$21 Deepstack Bounty Turbo$21$2,000
Jan 1$100 Sunday HUNDRED STACK$100$10,000
Jan 1$52.50 Sunday Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$6,000
Jan 1$150 GGMasters WSOPC Circuit$150$50,000
Jan 1WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Sunday High Rollers Main Event$525$20,000
Jan 1$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$10,000
Jan 1$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Jan 1$55 Sunday Fifty Stack$55$5,000
Jan 1WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$525$15,000
Jan 1$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$77$4,000
Jan 1$210 Sunday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$210$6,000
Jan 1$100 Sunday Saver [Hyper]$100$3,000
Jan 2$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$4,000
Jan 2$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Jan 2$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Jan 2$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Jan 2WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Jan 2#14: $210 New Year's MYSTERY BOUNTY [Final Stage]$210$202,300
Jan 2$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Jan 2$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Jan 2$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Jan 2WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Jan 2$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Jan 2$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Jan 2$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Jan 3$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Jan 3$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Jan 3$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Jan 3$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Jan 3WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Jan 3#15: $1,500 6-Handed Championship NLH$1,500$100,000
Jan 3$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Jan 3$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Jan 3$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Jan 3WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Jan 3$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Jan 3$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Jan 3$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Jan 4$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Jan 4$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Jan 4$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Jan 4$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Jan 4WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Jan 4$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Jan 4$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Jan 4$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Jan 4WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Jan 4$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Jan 4$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Jan 4$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Jan 5$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Jan 5$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Jan 5$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Jan 5$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Jan 5WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Jan 5#16: $525 PLO "Ho Ho" Bounty Special$525$50,000
Jan 5$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Jan 5$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Jan 5$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Jan 5WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Jan 5$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Jan 5$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Jan 5$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Jan 6$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Jan 6$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Jan 6$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Jan 6$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Jan 6WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Jan 6$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Jan 6$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Jan 6$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Jan 6WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Jan 6$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Jan 6$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Jan 6$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Jan 7$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Jan 7$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Jan 7$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Jan 7$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Jan 7WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Jan 7$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Jan 7$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Jan 7$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Jan 7WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Jan 7$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Jan 7$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Jan 7$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Jan 8$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$3,000
Jan 8$50 Sunday Winter Kick-Off$50$4,000
Jan 8$21 Deepstack Bounty Turbo$21$2,000
Jan 8$100 Sunday HUNDRED STACK$100$10,000
Jan 8$52.50 Sunday Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$6,000
Jan 8$150 GGMasters WSOPC Circuit$150$50,000
Jan 8#17: $150 GGMasters Winter Championship Freezeout NLH$150$100,000
Jan 8WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Sunday High Rollers Main Event$525$20,000
Jan 8$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$10,000
Jan 8$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Jan 8$55 Sunday Fifty Stack$55$5,000
Jan 8WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$525$15,000
Jan 8$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$77$4,000
Jan 8$210 Sunday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$210$6,000
Jan 8$100 Sunday Saver [Hyper]$100$3,000
Jan 9$84 Midnight Magic [Bounty Hyper]$84$4,000
Jan 9$52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Jan 9$25 Winter Classic$25$2,500
Jan 9$55 Frozen Fifty Stack$80$5,000
Jan 9WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Deepstack Challenge$525$12,000
Jan 9#18: WSOP Winter Circuit MAIN EVENT, $500K GTD [Final Day]$1,700$500,000
Jan 9$105 Bounty King Frozen Throne$105$8,000
Jan 9$315 PLO Bounty King$315$6,000
Jan 9$200 Monday Monster Stack$200$10,000
Jan 9WSOPC High Rollers: $525 Bounty Big Game Hunter$63$4,000
Jan 9$77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo$105$3,000
Jan 9$25 Monday Cooler [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Jan 9$50 Holiday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
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GGPoker adds license to operate in Germany

In other GGPoker news, the company also announced on Thursday that it had received permission to host online poker in Germany.

The State Administration Office of Saxony-Anhalt granted the license on Nov. 25 to GG parent company NSUS Malta. As with all providers, the permit is initially granted for five years.

“We are delighted to have gone the long and constructive path with the German  authorities,” NSUS Germany’s Sven Stiel said in a news release. “We are now able to offer our high-quality, innovative and secure poker environment officially and legally backed. This is the decisive step toward modern iGaming in Germany under professional and customer-oriented conditions.”

In 2022, GGPoker was awarded the Online Poker Operator of the Year Award at the SiGMA Americas Gaming Awards.

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Six Dollars to Six Figures: Canadian Player Records Massive ROI to Win PartyPoker Main Event Title

Sebastien Proulx won a seat in PartyPoker's MILLIONS Online Main Event for $6 and went on to win the title and $123,602.

Sebastien Proulx went on an impressive run recently at PartyPoker. In the MILLIONS Online KO Winter Edition Main Event, the Canadian player won his seat through a $6 satellite investment and turned that into $123,602 and the title.

This was quite a turn of events for Proulx, who scored a massive online poker tournament win for the price of a hamburger and fries. The win is considered one of the best returns on investment in PartyPoker history. 

The main event saw 978 entries and the $1,050 buy-in tournament came with a  $1 million guarantee.

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Road to Main Event victory thanks to earning a seat via PartyPoker satellites

Earning a seat into the Main Event required some work for Proulx. Earlier in the month, he entered a Phase 1 satellite and began his road to victory.

After winning that, he advanced on to Phase 2. This next round was a $33 buy-in that rewarded a seat into the $1,050 KO Main Event. He took down that event as well and was ready for the real deal.

Three days later he had $123,602 in his PartyPoker account. The final table was streamed on PartyPoker’s Twitch channel.

A look at the winner

Before this tournament, the player from Laval, Quebec, Canada, had lifetime live tournament winnings of $49,829, according to Hendon Mob. At the tables, some previous live final table experience may have helped secure his recent win. Those include:

  • $330 PartyPoker Live Eight-Max (2017) – seventh for $4,749
  • $230 Playground Power Six-Max Bounty (2018) – first for $5,227
  • $250 NLH Rio Daily Deepstack  (2019) – fifth  for $4,581

This time, Proulx was able to break through with a big online win as well.

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Main Event final table results

Eight different countries were represented at the final table. But at the end of the day Canada came out victorious. 

The final table was no walk in the park, however. Proulx had to overcome such players as British powerhouse Martins Adeniya. He also needed a little bit of luck to take out Portugal’s Andre Marques, who finished runner-up for $90,015.

In the final hand, Proulx held 5-7 versus Marques’ J-8. The flop came J-9-7 and Marques looked to be in great shape. But the turn was a disaster for Marques when a 5 landed on the board.

Both players went all in and Proulx’s hand held for the final knockout. Here’s a look at the total final table results including prize payouts and bounties. 

  1. Sebastien Proulx (Canada) – $123,602
  2. Andre Marques (Malta) – $96,015
  3. Mathias Siljander (Finland) – $56,851
  4. Vojtech Skalak (Czech Republic) – $40,054
  5. Vlad Martynenko (Ukraine) – $45,779
  6. Viktor Zsemlye (Austria) – $19,405
  7. Martins Adeniya (United Kingdom) – $12,845
  8. Matthieu Rodriguez (United Kingdom) – $13,580
  9. Pieter Theelen (Austria) – $7,397

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WSOP Online: Action Concludes in Ontario with Toronto Player Scoring Championship Finale

WSOP.ca and GGPoker are hosting the WSOP Winter Circuit Ontario from Dec. 4 – Jan. 9 with $5 million guaranteed.

Two World Series of Poker Online events wrapped up at WSOP.ca over the weekend in Ontario with David Cowling taking down the championship finale.

The events bring to a close the three-event series on the Canadian platform. The Ontario site is a partnership between the WSOP and GGPoker. GG officials were pleased with the popularity of the series in Ontario.

“We were very happy to bring real WSOP bracelet action to Ontario, and were thrilled by the participation and enthusiasm shown by players right across the province,” GG head of public relations Paul Burke tells PokerScout.

Event 3: $1,050 GGMasters Online Championship

David “Edeskie” Cowling, of Toronto, found the winner’s circle in this championship event that came with a (CAD)$250,000 prize pool. He scored $50,992 and his first WSOP bracelet in the process.

The final hand saw Cowling catch two pair on the flop with his 8♥2♣. His opponent, “Funky Kong,” moved all in on the river when a third spade hit the board.

Cowling ultimately called, picking off his opponent’s bluff. Funky Kong showed K♣9♦ for just King high. Cowling earned a nice payday and some WSOP hardware for his efforts.

The win adds to Cowling’s poker record that includes $225,218 in live tournament winnings. This marked the largest score of his career with the previous coming in May. In a €3,000 Mystery Bounty event on the PokerStars European Poker Tour, Cowling took fifth for €45,950.

The WSOP.ca win marked the first major tournament win of his career as well.

Event 2: $210 Pot Limit Omaha Bounty MILLION$ 

This event brought some Omaha action to the mini-series and featured a $100,000 guarantee. The tournament saw a considerable boost, however, with the prize pool ballooning to $130,200.

When the action concluded, Xing “Mai_K_4_Life” He, of Scarborough, grabbed the bracelet and a payday of $8,239.

That total doesn’t include a deal made between the final two players. The amount also doesn’t include bounties, which made up half of the prize pool.

He’s poker record includes $35,468 in live tournament winnings. In the recent WSOP Online at GGPoker, he also scored 56th in the $5,000 Main Event for $52,807.

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The first WSOP Online event in Ontario played out a week earlier with Tristan Schneider grabbing the gold for $28,968 in the $150 BIG 150 Ontario MILLION$.

Ontario players looking for more action should be in luck in the coming days. Like the WSOP platform in the US, the Ontario site is expected to run a regular Online Circuit Series as the site did in October.

On the international GGPoker platform, the Bounty Hunters Series, which runs through Nov. 7 with $50 million guaranteed.

The company also recently partnered with Dusk Till Dawn casino for the United Kingdom Poker Championships, which are set for January 7-11. Online qualifiers for the series are already underway.

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WSOP Online: First Bracelet Winner Crowned at Ontario GGPoker Platform, More Action to Come

The first champion emerged in the WSOP Online on Sunday, held exclusively for players in Ontario, Canada, via GGPoker.

The first champion emerged in the World Series of Poker Online on Sunday, held exclusively for players in Ontario, Canada. The WSOP.com/GGPoker platform in the newly regulated province saw Tristan Schneider claim his first bracelet as the platform’s debut bracelet winner.

Ontario launched a completely regulated online poker market earlier this year. The new WSOP platform also recently went live in Ontario and quickly announced a series of three bracelet events.

The Ontario action comes after summer bracelet events at the live series in Las Vegas as well as WSOP Online bracelet events on WSOP.com in the US and at GGPoker’s international platform.

Event 1: BIG 150 Ontario MILLION$

Schneider, also known by the username “Schneids” on the Ontario platform, topped a field of 1,310 entries in this $150 event to score $28,968 (Canadian dollars).

In heads-up play against “rexdale225,” Schneider held a chip advantage of 7.4 million to 5.1 million when the final hand developed.

That saw Schnieder dealt pocket deuces and both players saw a flop of K♠2♦5♥. That gave Scheids a set of 2s and he checked the action, receiving a check from his opponent as well.

The turn brought the 9♣ and Schneider brought in a nice bet of 635,000. Rexdale called and the 5♠ came on the river, giving Schneider a full house.

After betting 3.6 million, Rexdale moved the last of his 4 million chips in and his opponent quickly called. Rex tabled 8♥5♣ for three of a kind.

That didn’t top Schneider’s full house, however, and he collected the championship and his first bracelet. The win marked a bit of Ontario online poker history.

The first champion emerged in the WSOP Online on Sunday, held exclusively for players in Ontario, Canada, via GGPoker.

More bracelet action on the way in Ontario

Schneider becomes the first bracelet winner on the new platform, but players have a bit more to look forward to. The final two events are set for Oct. 30 and starting flights are now underway.

The remaining schedule includes a $1,050 championship event that caps the series and features the festival’s highest buy-in. The event should offer some nice bragging rights for one lucky player winning the main event.

Some Omaha action also awaits Ontario players. Here’s a look at details of the final two events.

  • Event 2: $210 Omaholic Bounty MILLION$ – final stage, Oct. 30
  • Event 3: $1,050 GGMasters Online Championship – final stage, Oct. 30

 The bracelet events also come after WSOP Ontario wrapped Online Circuit events as well. Here’s a look at those winners.

Even more tournaments in the works for GGPoker/WSOP Ontario calendar

Beyond the events in Ontario, even more is coming to the international GG platform. The site has partnered with the Dusk Till Dawn casino for the United Kingdom Poker Championships (UKPC).

The £560 Main Event features a £500,000 guarantee plus £50,000 in added prizes for players who qualify online. The championship event runs online at GGPoker beginning Jan. 7 and live at Dusk Till Dawn on Jan. 11. Numerous qualifiers and satellites are already available.

The Bounty Hunters Series also is underway, running through Nov. 7 with $50 million guaranteed. There are numerous progressive bounty tournaments with buy-ins starting at $5.25.

The series features a $210 Mystery Bounty Main Event with $5 million guaranteed. The final stage plays out on Nov. 7 and includes a $500,000 top bounty.

The WSOP Europe also runs Oct. 26 – Nov. 16 at King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. GG is offering players several qualifying opportunities for the €10,350 Main Event, which gives players a €5 million guarantee.

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Ontario Player Scores Big in 888poker BLAST Event, Turns $20 into $140,000 Payday

Short-handed, random-prize tournaments have become popular in recent years. Several online poker operators offer these quick-paced events, which can also reward players with some massive jackpots.

A player on the 888poker Ontario platform recently experienced a massive BLAST tournament winning moment. The Canadian player turned a $20 buy-in into a winning score of $140,000.

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A BLAST Sit & Go sees three players buy in for a certain amount, from 10 cents to $100. A random prize is then awarded in a winner-take-all format.

The biggest prizes range from $1,000 at the lowest buy-in level to $1 million at the highest level. There’s another twist in BLAST events, which gives these tournaments their name.

After a timer counts down to zero, players are then all in each hand until there’s one winner. It’s a fun twist on these popular tournaments.

One additional twist is that all players lucky enough to play in a BLAST for the largest jackpot have a chance to win some money. This means some big bucks for those who even finish runner-up or in third place.

A massive winning moment at 88poker Ontario

In Ontario, the three lucky players found themselves playing in an event with a $200,000 prize pool. These jackpots give players the opportunity to play for up to 10,000 times their buy-in.

Starplayer50” took home the largest portion of that, scoring $140,000 for winning the Sit & Go. Second-place player “lizzyroyal11” added a nice $40,000 payout as well.

Even third-place finisher “brewerybabe1” won a nice $20,000 prize. No doubt all three players were pleased at their good fortune with five- and six-figure payouts.

Adding to recent Sit & Go winners

Many players may dream of landing that kind of payout. In 2021, a few players won even more. Three players cashed in on the ultimate payout at 888 – a $1 million jackpot.

A BLAST at that level pays out $700,000 for first, $200,000 for second, and $100,000 for third. These jackpot-style games offer players a chance at some fun and some big payouts.

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PokerStars Roundup: Online Qualifiers for EPT London, French Rapper, Ontario Promotional Events

A look at upcoming PokerStars Live events in the UK, a popular French rapper streaming on PokerStars, and reaching out to fans in Ontario.

PokerStars kickstarts the European Poker Tour and United Kingdom and Ireland Poker Tour events in London this week. The site recently launched mega satellite events and is sending numerous players to London to take part in the action.

Stars also recently launched some major promotional events for players in Ontario, Canada. The events come as part of the site’s partnership with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Raptors.

The company is also hosting a special streaming game on Monday featuring a well-known French rapper. Here’s a look at some of the headlines from PokerStars.

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PokerStars mega satellite winners heading to EPT, UKIPT London 

With the EPT and UKIPT London approaching, preparations are underway at Hilton Park Lane for 11 days of poker from Oct. 18-28. The schedule includes a variety of tournaments and buy-ins.

PokerStars offered online poker players some mega satellite qualifying opportunities for the series. At least 20 players will join the action after winning complete tournament packages. Some of the series’ EPT highlights include: 

  • £50,000 Super High Roller – Oct. 21-23
  • £5,300 Main Event – Oct. 22-28
  • £3,000 Platinum Pass Mystery Bounty – Oct. 24-26
  • £10,300 High Roller – Oct. 26-28

French rapper joins PokerStars streaming action

Poker fans can join French Twitch streamer Gotaga on Monday for a night of poker from his Paris studio, including an appearance by the artist GIMS. The French rapper is the voice behind the official song of the World Cup

Other guests include Doigby, Domingo, Xari from Team Stars, and popular streamer Jiraya, All players will compete in a Sit & Go tournament.

Those tuning in can also take part in a €20,000 viewers freeroll running parallel to the event. Stars will drop Prize chests into accounts throughout the stream. Here’s a look at GIMS in the new World Cup video.

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PokerStars celebrates Toronto Raptors, Maple Leafs home openers

As part of the company’s deal with Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE), PokerStars recently celebrated the home openers of the Toronto Raptors and Maple Leafs at Union Station.

The event featured giveaways, team mascot appearances, and fan interaction. As the season progresses, PokerStars and MLSE plan more entertainment and unique opportunities around key moments and games.

Earlier this year, PokerStars officially launched its partnership with MLSE alongside FanDuel Sportsbook. The two announced a strategic partnership in the Canadian province of Ontario to offer online poker, sports betting, and casino gaming.

PokerStars Ontario celebrates the home openers of the Toronto Raptors and Maple Leafs at Union Station. (photo courtesy PokerStars)

“We are always looking for ways to make the experience for our customers better, and as a leading gaming brand in the newly regulated Ontario market, we couldn’t think of a better way to do this than by partnering with the Toronto teams,” PokerStars marketing director Tom Warren said in a news release.

“Our aim is for this partnership to be a win-win for our players and fans alike – making the experience of playing with PokerStars more epic thanks to the partnership, and finding ways to make the fan experience of watching their teams better too. There’s much to come in the next few weeks and months but for now we want to wish the teams good luck for the new season – we are excited to be on board!”

This partnership is a first for Flutter Entertainment in North America. The company owns both PokerStars and FanDuel, and the MLSE deal showcases the brands in Ontario. Both platforms are featured across Maple Leafs, Raptors, Toronto FC, and Toronto Argonauts in live and online capacities.

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WSOP Platform Unveiled in Ontario Market Via GGPoker; Online Circuit Series Offers 12 Ring Events

The World Series of Poker and GGPoker announced the launch of a new WSOP platform for players in Ontario on Friday.

Online poker players in the Canadian province of Ontario now have another option and the chance to battle for World Series of Poker titles. Series officials and the site’s partner GGPoker announced the launch of a new WSOP platform in the province on Friday.

The site is now available for Ontario-based players, following the successful soft-launch of the platform’s software. As part of the announcement, GGPoker also kicked off an Ontario WSOP Online Circuit Series, which began on Saturday. The series features 12 championship ring events and major guaranteed prize pools.

“Growing up in Toronto, I dreamed of playing in the World Series of Poker,” GGPoker ambassador and six-time WSOP bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu said in a news release. “Now, 25 years after I moved to Las Vegas to chase WSOP bracelets, you can compete online in WSOP events in Ontario, all running on GGPoker’s amazing platform – how cool is that?”

WSOP launches into Canadian province

Ontario revamped its online gaming market earlier this year and now features a completely ringed-in market. Several gaming companies, including online poker, have now entered the regulated provincial market. 

WSOP.com already offers bracelet and ring events for players in these US markets:

GG also partners to offer WSOP-branded series and events on its international platform as well. That includes the WSOP Online, which recently concluded.

The Ontario platform now becomes the latest partnership between GG and the WSOP. Current GGPoker players hoping to compete will first have to transfer their accounts.

The Ontario platform will prompt players logging in to complete an automatic account transfer. Once existing GGPoker players are successfully verified, they can access the platform.

Players can expect online bracelet events in the province at some point as well, according to WSOP executive director Ty Stewart.

“Canadian poker players have always been a significant portion of the WSOP playing base,” Stewart said. “We are thrilled to bring the chance for WSOP glory to you. With online bracelets and exclusive qualifiers to the WSOP in Las Vegas, we expect a wave of new WSOP champions from the 6ix (a nickname for the Toronto area).”

Inside the Online Circuit Series at WSOP Ontario via GGPoker

Players looking to win some WSOP hardware have a nice series to check out. Along with 12 ring events, players will find numerous other non-championship events as well.

Many ring events feature multiple starting flights and the schedule features numerous buy-in levels and tournament styles. Players can expect formats ranging from bounties to deepstack to turbos and more.

The $525 Main Event comes with a $300,000 guarantee and starting flights are already underway. Another highlight is the $777 Lucky Sevens with a $100,000 guarantee, set for Oct. 11.

Players with lower bankrolls can check out the $100 Hundred Stack No Limit Hold’em with $100,000 guaranteed. Here’s a look at the entire series.

DateEventBuy-inGuarantee
Oct 1#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 1WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Oct 1#1: BIG 500 Kickoff [Day 1A]$500$100,000
Oct 1WSOPC Series: $25 Daily Deepstack$25$2,500
Oct 1#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 1WSOPC Series: $44 Forty Stack$44$7,500
Oct 1WSOPC Series: $105 Bounty King$105$10,000
Oct 1WSOPC Series: $150 Saturday Knockout [Bounty]$150$15,000
Oct 1#1: BIG 500 Kickoff [Day 1B]$500$100,000
Oct 1#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 1WSOPC Series: $77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo [7-max]$77$7,000
Oct 1WSOPC Series: $25 Saturday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Oct 1WSOPC Series: $50 Saturday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $84 Midnight Madness [Bounty Hyper]$84$2,500
Oct 2#1: BIG 500 Kickoff [Day 1C]$500$100,000
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Starter$50$6,000
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $21 Deepstack Bounty Turbo$21$5,000
Oct 2#1: BIG 500 Kickoff [Day 1D]$500$100,000
Oct 2#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $100 Sunday Superstack$100$10,000
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $52.50 Sunday Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$10,000
Oct 2#2: $55 FIFTY STACK Bounty$55$50,000
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $25 Sunday Deepstack$25$6,000
Oct 2#1: BIG 500 Kickoff [Last Chance]$500$100,000
Oct 2#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $150 Sunday Main Event$150$40,000
Oct 2#1: BIG 500 Kickoff [Final Day]$500$100,000
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $105 Sunday Bounty King$105$20,000
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $210 PLO Bounty Big Game$210$15,000
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday Fifty Stack HR$525$20,000
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $55 Sunday Fifty Stack$55$7,500
Oct 2#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 2#12: $525 Main Event [Day 1]$525$300,000
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $77 Sunday LUCKY SEVENS Turbo [7-max]$77$7,777
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $210 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$210$15,000
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $25 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$5,000
Oct 2WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Saver [Hyper]$50$3,000
Oct 3#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 3WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Oct 3#12: $525 Main Event [Day 1]$525$300,000
Oct 3WSOPC Series: $25 Daily Deepstack$25$2,500
Oct 3#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 3WSOPC Series: $44 Forty Stack$44$7,500
Oct 3WSOPC Series: $105 Bounty King$105$10,000
Oct 3WSOPC Series: $150 Monday Monster Stack$150$15,000
Oct 3#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 3#12: $525 Main Event [Day 1]$525$300,000
Oct 3WSOPC Series: $77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo [7-max]$77$7,000
Oct 3WSOPC Series: $25 Monday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Oct 3WSOPC Series: $50 Monday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Oct 4#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 4WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Oct 4#12: $525 Main Event [Day 1]$525$300,000
Oct 4WSOPC Series: $25 Daily Deepstack$25$2,500
Oct 4#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 4WSOPC Series: $44 Forty Stack$44$7,500
Oct 4#3: $400 MONSTER STACK NLH$400$100,000
Oct 4WSOPC Series: $105 Bounty King$105$10,000
Oct 4WSOPC Series: $150 Tuesday Classic$150$15,000
Oct 4#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 4#12: $525 Main Event [Day 1]$525$300,000
Oct 4WSOPC Series: $77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo [7-max]$77$7,000
Oct 4WSOPC Series: $25 Tuesday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Oct 4WSOPC Series: $50 Tuesday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Oct 5WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Oct 5WSOPC Series: $25 Daily Deepstack$25$2,500
Oct 5WSOPC Series: $44 Forty Stack$44$7,500
Oct 5WSOPC Series: $105 Bounty King$105$10,000
Oct 5WSOPC Series: $150 Wednesday Double Stack$150$15,000
Oct 5WSOPC Series: $77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo [7-max]$77$7,000
Oct 5WSOPC Series: $25 Wednesday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Oct 5WSOPC Series: $50 Wednesday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Oct 6WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Oct 6WSOPC Series: $25 Daily Deepstack$25$2,500
Oct 6WSOPC Series: $44 Forty Stack$44$7,500
Oct 6#4: $1,050 Bounty High Roller 6-Max NLH$1,050$100,000
Oct 6WSOPC Series: $105 Bounty King$105$10,000
Oct 6WSOPC Series: $150 Thursday Throwdown Bounty$150$15,000
Oct 6WSOPC Series: $77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo [7-max]$77$7,000
Oct 6WSOPC Series: $25 Thursday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Oct 6WSOPC Series: $50 Thursday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Oct 7WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Oct 7WSOPC Series: $25 Daily Deepstack$25$2,500
Oct 7WSOPC Series: $44 Forty Stack$44$7,500
Oct 7WSOPC Series: $105 Bounty King$105$10,000
Oct 7WSOPC Series: $150 Friday Night Fight $150 [Bounty 6-Max]$150$15,000
Oct 7WSOPC Series: $77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo [7-max]$77$7,000
Oct 7WSOPC Series: $25 Friday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Oct 7WSOPC Series: $50 Friday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Oct 8WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Oct 8WSOPC Series: $25 Daily Deepstack$25$2,500
Oct 8WSOPC Series: $44 Forty Stack$44$7,500
Oct 8#5: $315 Bounty GIANT No Limit Hold'em$315$100,000
Oct 8WSOPC Series: $105 Bounty King$105$10,000
Oct 8WSOPC Series: $150 Saturday Knockout [Bounty]$150$15,000
Oct 8WSOPC Series: $77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo [7-max]$77$7,000
Oct 8WSOPC Series: $25 Saturday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Oct 8WSOPC Series: $50 Saturday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $84 Midnight Madness [Bounty Hyper]$84$2,500
Oct 9#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Starter$50$6,000
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $21 Deepstack Bounty Turbo$21$5,000
Oct 9#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Day 1]$50$100,000
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $100 Sunday Superstack$100$10,000
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $52.50 Sunday Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$10,000
Oct 9#6: $365 GIANT No Limit Hold'em$365$125,000
Oct 9#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Last Chance]$50$100,000
Oct 9#12: $525 Main Event [Day 1]$525$300,000
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $25 Sunday Deepstack$25$6,000
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $150 Sunday Main Event$150$40,000
Oct 9#7: $50 The Housewarming NLH [Final Day]$50$100,000
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $105 Sunday Bounty King$105$20,000
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $210 PLO Bounty Big Game$210$15,000
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday Fifty Stack HR$525$20,000
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $55 Sunday Fifty Stack$55$7,500
Oct 9#12: $525 Main Event [Day 1]$525$300,000
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $77 Sunday LUCKY SEVENS Turbo [7-max]$77$7,777
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $210 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$210$15,000
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $25 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$5,000
Oct 9WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Saver [Hyper]$50$3,000
Oct 10WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Oct 10#12: $525 Main Event [Day 1]$525$300,000
Oct 10WSOPC Series: $25 Daily Deepstack$25$2,500
Oct 10WSOPC Series: $44 Forty Stack$44$7,500
Oct 10WSOPC Series: $105 Bounty King$105$10,000
Oct 10WSOPC Series: $150 Monday Monster Stack$150$15,000
Oct 10#12: $525 Main Event [Day 1]$525$300,000
Oct 10WSOPC Series: $77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo [7-max]$77$7,000
Oct 10WSOPC Series: $25 Monday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Oct 10WSOPC Series: $50 Monday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Oct 11WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Oct 11#12: $525 Main Event [Day 1]$525$300,000
Oct 11WSOPC Series: $25 Daily Deepstack$25$2,500
Oct 11WSOPC Series: $44 Forty Stack$44$7,500
Oct 11#8: $777 LUCKY SEVENS 7-Max NLH$777$100,000
Oct 11WSOPC Series: $105 Bounty King$105$10,000
Oct 11WSOPC Series: $150 Tuesday Classic$150$15,000
Oct 11#12: $525 Main Event [Day 1]$525$300,000
Oct 11WSOPC Series: $77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo [7-max]$77$7,000
Oct 11WSOPC Series: $25 Tuesday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Oct 11WSOPC Series: $50 Tuesday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Oct 12WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Oct 12WSOPC Series: $25 Daily Deepstack$25$2,500
Oct 12WSOPC Series: $44 Forty Stack$44$7,500
Oct 12WSOPC Series: $105 Bounty King$105$10,000
Oct 12WSOPC Series: $150 Wednesday Double Stack$150$15,000
Oct 12WSOPC Series: $77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo [7-max]$77$7,000
Oct 12WSOPC Series: $25 Wednesday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Oct 12WSOPC Series: $50 Wednesday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Oct 13WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Oct 13WSOPC Series: $25 Daily Deepstack$25$2,500
Oct 13WSOPC Series: $44 Forty Stack$44$7,500
Oct 13#9: $210 DOUBLE STACK BOUNTY NLH$210$100,000
Oct 13WSOPC Series: $105 Bounty King$105$10,000
Oct 13WSOPC Series: $150 Thursday Throwdown Bounty$150$15,000
Oct 13WSOPC Series: $77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo [7-max]$77$7,000
Oct 13WSOPC Series: $25 Thursday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Oct 13WSOPC Series: $50 Thursday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Oct 14WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Oct 14WSOPC Series: $25 Daily Deepstack$25$2,500
Oct 14WSOPC Series: $44 Forty Stack$44$7,500
Oct 14WSOPC Series: $105 Bounty King$105$10,000
Oct 14WSOPC Series: $150 Friday Night Fight $150 [Bounty 6-Max]$150$15,000
Oct 14WSOPC Series: $77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo [7-max]$77$7,000
Oct 14WSOPC Series: $25 Friday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Oct 14WSOPC Series: $50 Friday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Oct 15WSOPC Series: $52.50 Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$5,000
Oct 15WSOPC Series: $25 Daily Deepstack$25$2,500
Oct 15WSOPC Series: $44 Forty Stack$44$7,500
Oct 15#10: $840 Bounty Deepstack Pot-Limit Omaha$840$100,000
Oct 15WSOPC Series: $105 Bounty King$105$10,000
Oct 15WSOPC Series: $150 Saturday Knockout [Bounty]$150$15,000
Oct 15WSOPC Series: $77 LUCKY SEVENS Superstack Turbo [7-max]$77$7,000
Oct 15WSOPC Series: $25 Saturday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$2,000
Oct 15WSOPC Series: $50 Saturday Saver [Hyper]$50$2,500
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $84 Midnight Madness [Bounty Hyper]$84$2,500
Oct 16#12: $525 Main Event [Day 1]$525$300,000
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Starter$50$6,000
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $21 Deepstack Bounty Turbo$21$5,000
Oct 16#12: $525 Main Event [Day 1]$525$300,000
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $100 Sunday Superstack$100$10,000
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $52.50 Sunday Bounty Blast-Off$52.50$10,000
Oct 16#11: $100 HUNDRED STACK NLH$100$100,000
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $25 Sunday Deepstack$25$6,000
Oct 16#12: $525 Main Event [Last Chance]$525$300,000
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $150 Sunday Main Event$150$40,000
Oct 16#12: $525 Main Event [Final Day]$525$300,000
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $105 Sunday Bounty King$105$20,000
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $210 PLO Bounty Big Game$210$15,000
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $525 Sunday Fifty Stack HR$525$20,000
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $55 Sunday Fifty Stack$55$7,500
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $77 Sunday LUCKY SEVENS Turbo [7-max]$77$7,777
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $210 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$210$15,000
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $25 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo]$25$5,000
Oct 16WSOPC Series: $50 Sunday Saver [Hyper]$50$3,000

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