Stout, Hagerty & Gross Among WSOPC Online Summer Super Series Winners


The World Series of Poker (WSOP) recently wrapped up its Summer Online Super Circuit, which catered to players in Nevada and New Jersey. The series was scheduled to include 18 events, but after one was cancelled, it would up awarding 17 gold rings.

Among those to win rings during the series were Gary “phil_ivey” Kosakowski, Chris “Basile28” Basile, Mitch “paltexnj” Garshofsky, and Demetrios “GOGGINS” Petrou, who won the biggest prize of the series after taking down the $2,000 buy-in Event #13: $100,000 GTD Super High Roller for $54,233.

Also winning a ring was Matt “RubberFist” Stout, who bested a 134-entry field to take down the $500 buy-in Event #5: $50,000 GTD PLO Big $500 6-Max. Not only did Stout win $13,955, but he also claimed the sixth gold ring of his career.

Similarly, bracelet winner Steve “gborooo” Gross was victorious over a 197-entry field in the $1,000 buy-in Event #6: $100,000 NLH High Roller 6-Max, good for $39,245 and his first gold ring.

Finally, Ryan “hagzzz021” Hagerty also won his first gold ring by topping a 398-entry field to win the $320 buy-in Event #7: $75,000 NLH 6-Max for $22,925.

All those who captured gold rings are now eligible for the year-end $250K GTD WSOP Online Circuit Championship. There are multiple ways a player can become eligible for that event:

  • Win a WSOP Gold Ring Event during the 2021 season
  • Win a $10,000 Player of the Month Leaderboard
  • Win a Second Chance Fast Forward Be one of the top 50 players on the Cumulative Circuit Leaderboard who are not otherwise eligible (50)

David Nodes Wins Main Event

Main Event lobby

The final tournament of the series was the $525 buy-in Event #18: $250,000 GTD Main Event, which attracted 423 players who rebought 256 times. The 679-entry turnout generated a prize pool of $339,500 that was paid out to the top 100 finishers.

Among those to cash but fall short of the final table were Nancy “TheReader23” Martin (10th – $4,277.70), Shaun “Goodycakes” Goodman (18th – $2,512.30), Dan “feeltheflow” Sindelar (31st – $1,833.30), Ryan “im.sorry” Torgersen (41st – $1,459.85), Jonathan “Art.Vandelay” Dokler (53rd – $1,256.15), and YK “LuckySpewy1” Kwon (63rd – $1,154.30).

WSOPC Super Summer Series ME Final Table Results

Place Player Prize
1 David “dave419” Nodes $54,116.30
2 Romain “terrrr1” Lotti $40,061
3 Darren “avocadotoast” Rabinowitz $29,536.50
4 Shannon “aulophobia” Shorr $21,660.10
5 Jeff “mavsusc” Platt $16,839.20
6 Tulasi “kingofqueens” Krishna $12,867.05
7 Chad “Alienprobed” Eveslage $9,743.65
8 Joseph “biueberry” Cheong $7,401.10
9 David “cavsfan330” Yonnotti $5,567.80
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The series as a whole catered to 6,272 combined entries and awarded $2,000,490 in prize money across 17 events. Here’s a look at all those who captured gold rings during the online festival:

*Date Tournament Buy-in Players Re-Entries Total Entries Prize Pool Winner Prize*            
6/10/21 Event #1: $75,000 GTD NLH Big $500 Kickoff $500 175 108 283 $132,161 Gary “phiI_ivey” Kosakowski $26,934.41            
6/11/21 Event #2: $40,000 GTD Limit O8 or Better $215 146 58 204 $40,800 Sergio “allergic2avg” Ramirez $8,510.88            
6/12/21 Event #3: $100,000 NLH Double Stack $320 240 126 366 $109,800 Chris “Basile28” Basile $21,081.60            
6/13/21 Event #4: $125,000 NLH Monster Stack $215 611 218 829 $165,800 Charles “sevenstars” Furey $24,339.44            
6/14/21 Event #5: $50,000 GTD PLO Big $500 6-Max $500 78 56 134 $62,578 Matt “RubberFist” Stout $13,954.89            
6/15/21 Event #6: $100,000 NLH High Roller 6-Max $1,000 129 68 197 $188,135 Steve “gborooo” Gross $39,244.96            
6/16/21 Event #7: $75,000 NLH 6-Max $320 239 159 398 $119,400 Ryan “hagzzz021” Hagerty $22,924.80            
6/17/21 Event #8: $50,000 NLH Knockout Freezeout $300 326 0 326 $91,932 Brett “BigDumbIdiot” Murray $15,929.66            
6/18/21 Event #9: $50,000 NLH Deep Turbo $215 256 105 361 $72,200 Mitch “paltexnj” Garshofsky $13,414.76            
6/19/21 Event #10: $100,000 NLH Double Stack $320 242 119 361 $108,300 Alexander “alexduvallin” Duvall $20,793.60            
6/20/21 Event #11: $150,000 GTD NLH Monster Stack $525 259 94 353 $176,500 Rajendra “vsamba” Mahadevappa $32,793.70            
6/21/21 Event #12: $50,000 NLH Freezeout $250 342 0 342 $79,686 Ben “LittleC_88” Covello $20,319.93            
6/22/21 Event #13: $100,000 GTD Super High Roller $2,000 84 44 128 $243.20 Demetrios “GOGGINS” Petrou $54,233.60            
6/23/21 Event #14: $75,000 GTD NLH $215 371 185 556 $111,200 James “BugManJim” Altwegg $19,015.20            
6/24/21 Event #15: $75,000 GTD NLH $320 241 141 382 $114,600 Josh “kenjiboi7” Faris $22,003.20            
6/25/21 Event #16: $50,000 NLH Turbo $250 250 123 373 $87,655 Rick “soooGRATEFUL” Whitesell $16,829.76            
6/27/21 Event #18: $250,000 GTD Main Event $525 423 256 679 $339,500 David “dave419” Nodes $54,116.30            

The next WSOP.com series will be the Bally’s Online Circuit from July 16-27. The festival will award 12 gold rings and host a $25K Freeroll on Tuesday, July 29. PokerNews will offer various live streams and recaps throughout the series.



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