Tuesday March 31, 2020 at 5:31 am

The 2020 WSOP Online Super Circuit Series at WSOP.com came to an end with the $525 buy-in Main Event championship. Event #16 Main Event attracted 1,134 runners and a prize pool worth $567,000. Champie 'kiddchamp' Douglas defeated Scott '2Due4U' Blumstein heads-up to win the title, Circuit ring, and $130,410 in cash. Meanwhile, Matt Stout shipped two events including Event #2 NL Monster Stack for $43,286 and Event #11 NL Big $500 for $63,234.


Ship it to kiddchamp! A coveted WSOP Circuit ring was at stake in the 2020 WSOP Online Super Circuit Series at WSOP.com. The 18-event series began almost two weeks ago in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Las Vegas casinos shuttered their doors when St. Patrick's Day ended, but Nevada residents had online options to get their gambool on. The 2020 WSOP Online Super Circuit Series at WSOP.com could not have come at a better time for poker players in New Jersey, Delaware, and Nevada seeking some sure-fire entertainment while holed up in quarantine. Plus, 18 shiny pieces of bling were on the line.

The $525 buy-in Main Event crushed the $200,000 guarantee when 763 players fired 371 additional bullets for 1,134 total entrants and a prize pool worth $567,000. Only the top 150 players were paid out.

Eric Baldwin bubbled the final table in tenth place.

The final table of nine included Champie 'kiddchamp' Douglas, Scott '2Due4U' Blumstein, Gage 'greypoupon' Doyne, Brian 'JackBogle' Altman, Gordon 'veilleux' Vayo, David 'dwpoker' Williams, Marcus 'mjl56' Laffen, Robert 'Bob_Loblaw' Brown, and Jose 'deposit' Noboa.

David 'dwpoker' Williams bounced in sixth place, which paid out $22,680. Gordon 'veilleux' Vayo hit the road in fifth place, which paid out $28,350.

Brian 'JackBogle' Altman missed out on a shot at winning a second title this year, but he busted in fourth place.

Gage 'greypoupon' Doyne got picked off in third place, which paid out $45,360. His elimination set up the heads-up battle between former WSOP Main Event champion, Scott '2Due4U' Blumstein and Champie 'kiddchamp' Douglas.

Champie 'kiddchamp' Douglas lived up to his online moniker and knocked out Blumstein. Blumstein banked $68,890 for a runner-up finish. Not too shabby, eh?

Champie 'kiddchamp' Douglas won the WSOP Online Circuit Main Event for $130,410 in cash, plus the coveted gold Circuit ring. Cheddah and bling, what more can a man ask?

Notable players who cashed in the Main Event included... Eric Baldwin, Jeff Gross, Ryan Leng, Daryl Black, Peter Sodano, Toby Joyce, Kamal Kuchana, John Hinds, Katie Lindsay, John Alesi, Peter Zarriello, Victor Pang, Ari Engel, Joe Kuether, Darren Elias, Craig Varnell, Krista Gifford, Guy Cicconi, Andy Bloch, Sang Lee, Dylan Linde, Thayer Rasmussen, Jared Jaffee, Samantha Cohen, Jason Gunn, Waylon Frey, Luis Salter, Robert Kuhn, Jacob Rich, James Vales, Mike Azzaro, Kevin Rasor, Mike Holtz, Ofir Mor, Bill Tropp, Shankar Pillao, Cody Crawford, Ben Ector, and Matt Leu.

Matt 'RubberFist' Stout won not one, but two events on at the 2020 WSOP Online Super Circuit Series. Stout, playing under 'RubberFist', won his first event with a victory in Event #2 NL Monster Stack for $43,286. He binked his second event a week later with a victory in Event #11 NL Big $500 for $63,234.

Other winners included... Vijay Para won Event #1 NL Double Stack for $41,895. Brian Altman won Event #3 NL Deep Turbo for $32,781. Shankar Pillai shipped Event #4 NL High Roller for $74,777. Jaime Reyes won Event #5 NL for $41,232. James Carroll won Event #6 NL for $53,361. Thomas Maguire took down Event #7 PLO 6-Max for $23,608. Kenneth Neri won Event #8 NL Double Stack for $59,472. Jonathan Dokler won Event #9 NL Monster Stack for $77,910. Kyle Draucker won Event #10 NL Freezeout for $27,001. William Corvino took down Event #12 NL for $40,512. Thomas Lim shipped Event #13 NL 6-Max for $49,465. Sang Lee won Event #14 NL Turbo for $36,618. Andrew Dean won Event #15 NL for $53,728.

2020 WSOP Online Super Circuit Series Main Event

Buy-in: $525

Entrants: 763 + 371 re-entries

Prize Pool: $567,000

Payouts: 150

Final Table Results:

1. Champie 'kiddchamp' Douglas $130,410

2. Scott '2Due4U' Blumstein $68,890

3. Gage 'greypoupon' Doyne $45,360

4. Brian 'JackBogle' Altman $34,020

5. Gordon 'veilleux' Vayo $28,350

6. David 'dwpoker' Williams $22,680

7. Marcus 'mjl56' Laffen $16,443

8. Robert 'Bob_Loblaw' Brown $10,206

9. Jose 'deposit' Noboa $7,371

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