Live Poker – WSOPC ring and £143,000 for Ji Woon Kim

South Korea’s Ji Woon Kim has won the £1,100 Main Event at the WSOP Super Circuit Festival in London. In the £2,200 High Roller, France’s Cedric Schwaederle prevailed.

The WSOP Super Circuit Tour takes place at the JW Marriott in London. A total of 15 gold rings will be up for grabs and with buy-ins ranging from £230 to £10,400 there is plenty to choose from.

Yesterday the £1,100 Circuit Main Event was the decider. A total of 1,018 entries were collected on the four starting days. The £987,460 in prize money will be split between 151 players.

Manuel Zapf (151st/£2,200), Patrice Brandt (149th/£2,200), Ali Abdulzahra (96th/£3,000), Bastian Strickling (83rd/£3,000), Lukas Gloor (44th/£5,000) and Emrah Yildiz (41st/£5,000) secured a cash.

Ji Woon Kim prevailed at the final table. The Korean secured £143,000 in prize money and a WSOPC ring. Second was Argentina’s Jeremias Mendoza (£117,000).

The £2,200 High Roller saw 173 entries or £335,620. 20 players end up in the money. Cedric Schwaederle (£80,000) defeated Harry Lodge (£54,000) heads-up.

The £3,300 Super Circuit Main Event also got underway yesterday. On the first of three starting days, 107 entries were collected. 58 players survive the cut. Among them Viktor Blom (15th/133,200) and Tobias Schwecht (53rd/45,000).

There are more flights today and tomorrow, the decision was made on day 4. The WSOP Super Circuit Festival runs until Sunday. The program includes the £5,300 High Roller and the £10,400 Super High Roller.

WSOP Super Circuit London 2023

Date: July 27 – August 13, 2023
Ring Events: 15
Buy-ins: £230 – £10,400
Online Partners: GGPoker
—> WSOP Super Circuit London schedule


Buy in: £1,100
Entries: 1,018
Prize money: £987,460

Final table payouts

Place player country prize money
1 Ji Woon Kim South Korea £143,000
2 Jeremiah Mendoza Argentina £117,000
3 Pavel Kabut Poland £63,060
4 Eric Legoff France £40,000
5 Gianluca Speranza Italy £27,000
6 Kevin Gu Great Britain £20,000
7 Gaspar Neumann Great Britain £15,000
8th Alexandru Andrei Romania £12,000
9 Ashley Locker Great Britain £10,000

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