The 2021 World Series of Poker Circuit Online Caesars Atlantic City $525 buy-in no-limit hold’em main event attracted a total of 662 entries, with 420 unique players and 242 re-entries. The solid turnout saw the $250,000 guarantee surpassed, with a final prize pool of $331,000 that was paid out among the top 100 finishers.
In the end, the title, the WSOPC gold ring, and the largest payday were awarded to Jonathan ‘Art.Vandelay’ Dokler. The Westlake, Ohio native earned $52,761 for the win. Dokler also took home his second WSOPC gold ring, having won the first by taking down a $525 buy-in ‘MonsterStack’ event during the WSOP.com Super Circuit Series held in March of 2020.
In July of 2020 Dokler took down the first event of the inaugural WSOP Online, outlasting a field of 1,715 entries to win $130,426 and his first gold bracelet.
Justin ‘MadTitan’ Turner, who finished runner-up to Dokler in that kickoff bracelet event last summer, finished third in this event for $28,797. Turner won his first WSOPC gold ring earlier this year, taking down a WSOP.com Winter Online Super Circuit ‘MonsterStack’ event for $36,765.
Alexander ‘ShadowFiend1’ Condon placed fourth for $21,118. Condon won his first gold ring by taking down a $525 main event during a WSOP Online Circuit stop back in 2019. Condon now has more than $1.8 million in recorded tournament scores, including a runner-up showing in the 2013 Card Player Poker Tour Venetian $5,00 buy-in main event for $181,278.
Here is a look at the payouts awarded at the final table:
|1||Jonathan ‘Art.Vandelay’ Dokler||$52,761|
|2||Matt ‘Impervious’ Zoorob||$39,058|
|3||Justin ‘MadTitan’ Turner||$28,797|
|4||Alexander ‘ShadowFiend1’ Condon||$21,118|
|6||Alex ‘SunDSolar’ Soares||$12,545|
|7||Ronald ‘rlksaces’ Keren||$9,500|
|8||Gage ‘greypoupon’ Doyne||$7,216|