WSOP Super Circuit Series Underway in US

WSOP Super Circuit Series Underway in US

It started over the holiday weekend for players in New Jersey and Nevada but will continue through December 14. The Online Super Circuit Series is offering 18 WSOP gold rings over the course of 18 days. And the series is guaranteeing more than $1 million in guarantees.

A flurry of activity toward the end of 2020 offers players in two American states and in various countries around the world the chance at some World Series of Poker gold before year’s end.

Of course, the 2020 WSOP Main Event just began playing out online at GGPoker. The first flight took place on November 29, and subsequent flights will take place next weekend. International players aim to make the December 15th final table and win their way to Las Vegas for the final heads-up match.

Meanwhile, US poker players can get involved in their own WSOP Main Event journey beginning on December 13, just before this US Online Super Circuit Series ends.

It seems that GGPoker will host a WSOP Winter Online Circuit Series in December, too.

But let’s get to the US version of the online WSOP-C.

US Online Super Circuit

The World Series of Poker just announced the Online Super Circuit Series on November 20…to start on November 27. It didn’t offer much advanced notice for players outside of Nevada and New Jersey to make their way to those states to play, but, perhaps, that’s not a concern.

The series, as mentioned, started over the holiday weekend and will run through December 14. Each of the 18 events will award a WSOP Circuit gold ring. Buy-ins range from $215 to $1K, with the Main Event set in the middle at $525.

Of note, there will also be a mega satellite to the Main Event. The mega is scheduled for December 12 with 20 seats, each worth $525, guaranteed. Super Circuit Schedule

Let’s get to the calendar, keeping in mind that the first three events already played out. The Main Event is highlighted below.

-Event 1 on November 27:  $250 NLHE Turbo ($50K GTD, 2x reentry)

-Event 2 on November 28:  $320 NLHE ($50K GTD, 2x reentry)

-Event 3 on November 29:  $215 NLHE Monster Stack ($75K GTD, 2x reentry)

-Event 4 on November 30:  $215 NLHE Deep Turbo ($50K GTD, 2x reentry)

-Event 5 on December 1:  $1K NLHE 6-Max High Roller ($100K GTD, 2x reentry)

-Event 6 on December 2:  $215 NLHE ($75K GTD, 2x reentry)

-Event 7 on December 3:  $320 NLHE ($75K GTD, 2x reentry)

-Event 8 on December 4:  $215 PLO 6-Max ($50K GTD, 2x reentry)

-Event 9 on December 5:  $320 NLHE Double Stack ($100K GTD, 2x reentry)

-Event 10 on December 6:  $525 NLHE 8-Max Monster Stack ($150K GTD, 3x reentry)

-Event 11 on December 7:  $250 NLHE Freezeout ($50K GTD)

-Event 12 on December 8:  $500 NLHE 8-Max ($100K GTD, 3x reentry)

-Event 13 on December 9:  $215 NLHE ($75K GTD, 2x reentry)

-Event 14 on December 10:  $320 NLHE 6-Max ($75K GTD, 2x reentry)

-Event 15 on December 11:  $300 NLHE Knockout Freezeout ($50K GTD)

-Event 16 on December 12:  $320 NLHE Double Stack ($100K GTD, 2x reentry)

-Event 17 on December 13:  $525 NLHE 8-Max Main Event ($200K GTD, 3x reentry)

-Event 18 on December 14:  $1K NLHE 6-Max Grand Finale High Roller ($100K GTD, 2x reentry)

Check the WSOP website for times and structures.

Early Results

Players were clearly anxious for some action. The first events’ results show a huge interest on opening weekend, with prize pools far surpassing the guarantees.

Event 1: $250 NLHE Turbo

–Total entries: 427 (290 players + 137 reentries)

–Prize pool: $100,345 ($50K GTD)

–Winner: karish33 = $18,644.10

Event 2: $320 NLHE

–Total entries: 435 (279 players + 156 reentries)

–Prize pool: $130,500 ($50K GTD)

–Winner: gborooo = $24,246.90

Event 3: $215 NLHE Monster Stack

–Total entries: 813 (600 players + 213 reentries)

–Prize pool: $162,600 ($75K GTD)

–Winner: Vincentlai = $24,536.34



About Jennifer Newell

Jennifer began writing about poker while working at the World Poker Tour in the mid-2000s. Since then, her freelance writing career has taken her from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and back to her hometown of St. Louis, where she now lives with her two dogs. She continues to follow the poker world as she also launches a new subscription box company and finishes her first novel. Jennifer has written for numerous publications including and has followed the US poker and gaming market closely for the last 15 years. Follow Jen on Twitter

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