With a month and a half left in the year, Sweden’s ‘lena900‘ (28,117.68) maintains his lead in the PocketFives 2018 PLB race. His last few weeks have been filled with plenty of volume as he widened the gap between himself and ‘C Darwin2‘ (25,993.48). There have been no changes to the top five spots on the leaderboard in the past two weeks.
PocketFives 2018 PLB Top 5 as of November 14
Since the last update on October 23, ‘lena900’ has added nearly 1,000 points to his total. His largest score since was worth $36,628.52 when he won the $1,050 buy-in partypoker Sunday Main Event High Roller on November 4.
Other notable recent scores for ‘lena900’ include a first-place finish in the 888poker Sunday Mega Deep on November 4 for $20,867, a win in the partypoker Bounty Hunter High Roller on November 1 for $10,877.22, a second-place result in the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller for $10,069.75, and another second-place finish in the PokerStars Bigger $109 for $15,671.39.
Although ‘C Darwin2’ maintained his second-place standing in the PocketFives 2018 PLB race, he only added 237.17 points to his total. Only two recent scores were worth five figures for ‘C Darwin2’ and both came on PokerStars – a third-place finish in the High Roller Club: $530 Bounty Builder HR for $10,038.30 and a first-place result in the High Roller Club: Daily 500 for $15,523.81.
Russia’s ‘hellohellohello‘ (23,840.61) stays in third place, but he did close the gap a bit between himself and ‘C Darwin2.’ November has been good to ‘hellohellohello’ so far, as he’s notched two scores of more than $20,000. The first of the two came in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller on November 4 for $20,587.78. The second was a victory in the partypoker BIG Bounty Hunter High Roller for $23,446.15.
Rounding out the top five spots in the PocketFives 2018 PLB are two players who are no strangers to the top of this race, Roman ‘Romeopro’ Romanovsky (21,678.21) and Ramiro ‘Ramiro’ Petrone (20,526.95). The ground Romanovsky is standing on in fourth place is getting a little shaky, though. He has no recorded results since September 30 and Petrone is grinding hard to try and move up.
Then just outside of the top five is Latvia’s ‘DamageAP‘ (20,407.91), just 119.04 points behind Petrone.