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Watch WSOP on PokerNews Twitch Channel Tonight; Chris Moneymaker on Commentary


Want to watch some World Series of Poker (WSOP) action tonight?

PokerNews has you covered as we’re set to live stream the WSOP Circuit January Super Series $2,000 buy-in Event #13: $100,000 GTD Super High Roller. Our very own Jesse Fullen will provide commentary on the PokerNews Twitch channel, and he’ll be joined by special guest Christopher Bryan Moneymaker (bet you didn’t know that was his middle name)!

PokerNews coverage, which is sponsored by Live Game Night Poker, will begin just after late registration has closed – approximately 7 p.m. PST – and continue down to a winner. Moneymaker, the 2003 WSOP Main Event champ, will join for a portion of the broadcast and interact with fans in the Twitch chat. If you’ve ever wanted to ask the Poker Hall of Famer a question, now is your chance.

You can also interact with the PokerNews community in our dedicated Discord Channel.

The WSOP Winter Online Super Circuit started on January 14th with a schedule offering 18 Ring Events to players in Nevada and New Jersey. The plan was announced to host an online Circuit Series each month in 2021 with an expectation that they will each mimic this first series taking place currently. While PokerNews is not live reporting this Circuit Series, we are covering a handful of their events on our recently updated Twitch Channel.

A few players are already registered for the tournament including Krista “Pollux” Gifford, Alex “Shadowfiend1” Condon, Richard “flushingkid” Kwon, and Katie “azulciel” Stone, who last night topped a 528-entry field to win Event #12: $50,000 NLH Deep Stack Turbo for $18,057.60.

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WSOPC January Super Series Winners Thus Far

*Date Tournament Buy-in Players Rebuys Total Entries Prize Pool Winner Prize*                
Thursday, January 14 Event #1: $75,000 GTD NLH Big 500 Kick-Off $500 229 169 398 $185,866 Toby “DustPistons” Lewis $35,686.27                
Friday, January 15 Event #2: $40,000 GTD Limit Omaha 8 or Better $215 185 66 251 $50,200 “jdeane287” $9,989.80                
Saturday, January 16 Event #3: $100,000 NLH Double Stack $320 420 181 601 $180,300 Aaron “fishfold” Frei $28,739.82                
Sunday, January 17 Event #4: $125,000 Monster Stack $215 769 238 1007 $201,400 Romain “terrrr1” Lotti $29,203                
Monday, Janury 18 Event #5: $50,000 NLH Freezeout $250 463 0 463 107,879 Morna “HeyNorm” Edmunds $26,430.35                
Tuesday, January 19 Event #6: $100,000 High Roller $1,000 164 88 252 $240,660 Daniel “bunzer07” Jordan $49,046.50                
Wednesday, January 20 Event #7: $50,000 GTD PLO Big 500 6-Max $500 105 70 175 $81,725 Mark “Nostradonkus” Liedtke $17,693.46                
Thursday, January 21 Event #8: $75,000 NLH $320 314 162 476 $142,800 Daniel “centrfieldr” Lupo $24,418.80                
Friday, January 22 Event #9: $50,000 NLH Knockout $300 406 0 406 $114,492 Matthew “mattyflushes” Larkin $19,503.54                
Saturday, January 23 Event #10: $100,000 NLH Double Stack $320 380 154 534 $160,200 Srikar “sri50k” Chadhivae $27,394.20                
Sunday, January 24 Event #11: $150,000 Monster Stack $525 326 104 430 $215,000 Justin “MadTitan” Turner $36,765                
Monday, January 25 Event #12: $50,000 NLH Deep Stack Turbo $215 378 150 528 $105,600 Katie “azulciel” Stone $18,057.60                

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