The series has come to an end as Marasco captures his second Circuit ring
The 12 rings offered at the 2020 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit Online Season Finale have been distributed among the champions. This poker series included more than $2.7 million in prize money that was paid to the players during this six-week-long event. The Event 12 – $525 No-Limit Hold’em Circuit Main Event $300K GTD gave the title to pro player Frank “spaghettiii” Marasco, who defeated a sizeable field.
Marasco has captured his second WSOPC gold ring and the top prize of $127,535. For him, this has been his largest payout from a WSOP event. Before this major win, Marasco scored $10,021 winning his first ring by playing a $400 buy-in event at the WSOPC Harrah’s Atlantic City this past March. And, besides that, the other great tournament cash out he registered was at the 2018 Borgata Spring Poker Open tournament where he finished second and took home the amount of $78,710.
The road to conquer the title was not easy at all; there were some big names sitting in the final table who were giving a great battle. The third place was for JJ “artiliu” Liu, who took home $44,360, and three-time World Poker Tour champion and double bracelet winner Anthony “heheh” Zinno, who finished in the fifth place with the $27,725 prize. Not lucky enough to make it to the final table was 2012 WSOP main event fifth-place finisher Jeremy Ausmus, who finished in 19th place and won $3,327, and 25th place was for another renowned player Connor Drinan, who got a $1,719 prize.