PocketFives.com members captured several large scores across the major sites this week. Full Tilt Poker hosted FTOPS Event #27 on Monday, a $1,060 buy-in multi-entry event. This tournament drew 822 entrants and Christopher d0r1t0sMcClung of Canada captured his largest online score of $141.8k after settling on a heads-up chop with his opponent “Jiigsaw,” who earned $166,300. P5s member p0cket00(ranked #10) took 5th place for $51.3k and also made the money in 3 other entries, earning over $57k total for this tournament. Denis bigdennysBergeron finished in 6th place for $36.9k, followed by Full Tilt Pro Mike timexMcDonald in 6th for $24,600. Other finishes in this event include 2eazyin 8th for $19.2k and BrendonR in 9th for just under $14,000.
PocketFives.com members took down eight major events across the poker sites this week. Full Tilt Poker kicked it off with its $1k Monday Million, a $1,000+60 Multi-Entry Tournament that allows players to register up to four times at once. Peculiar events unfolded when players reached 3-handed and were notified that a server restart was in order and the remaining money would be divided upon chip count. Anthony holdplzSpinella (pictured) was chip leader at the time and received $185.5k for his stack.
PocketFives.com members took down seven tournaments across the major sites this week. Full Tilt Poker kicked it off with a special turbo-structured $1K Monday ($1,060 NLHE). Michigan player JPips(pictured) outlasted 381 players to capture a win for $95.5k, his largest online cash to date. Not far behind was caecilius, who finished 3rd for $45.8k. UHBigTexearned $35.3k for 4th, followed by Robert little krautDeppe in 5th for $26,700. Deppe is current ranked 37th worldwide. Other final table finishes include iloseflips2424(7th for $12.4k) and ratsauce89 (9th for $7.6k).
PocketFives.com members had wins in seven tournaments across the major sites this week. Monday kicked off the start Double Guarantee Week on Full Tilt Poker, which also included multi-entry availability in every event with a guarantee. In the $1K Monday $2 Million, Mike SowersUNCCSowers (pictured) was victorious for $490,300. United Kingdom’s moorman1had a 3rd place showing in that event for $235.5k and is currently ranked #27 worldwide. Kadabrawalked away with $177.8k for finishing 4th, followed by Huber IamSoundStefan of Switzerland in 5th for $125,000. Ben Bttech86Tollerene captured his largest online score of $81.7k for 6th, while Big Huniand mementmorifinished 7th and 8th for $55.2k and $38.4k respectively. Because of Full Tilt Poker’s unique multi-entry format, SowersUNCC also placed 9th in this same tournament for an additional $28,800.
PocketFives.com members took down eight tournaments across the major sites this week. On Monday, Full Tilt Poker hosted the $1K Monday, which is a $1,060 buy-in tournament that attracted 315 entrants. JDsmith9of North Carolina was this week’s outright winner and took home the $78.5k top prize. Top ten ranked player James P0KERPR033Campbell had a 4th place showing for $29.1k, while telks(ranked #47) finished 6th for $15,700. Other notable finishes include Todd tbt4653Terry in 7th for $10.2k and phatchoy888 (ranked #94) in 8th for $7,800.
PocketFives.com members had several large scores across the major sites this week. On Monday Full Tilt Pokerhosted the $1K Monday Million, which is a $1,060 buy-in multi-entry tournament that attracted a total of 1,126 entrants. United Kingdom player hitthehole(pictured), who is ranked #110 worldwide, captured his largest online score of $160.4k after finishing runner-up to player “asforr” who received $253k for his win. Aleh cooltwisterPlauski (ranked #72) also captured his largest cash by finishing 3rd for $118k. Carter cswidler Swidler also pocket his largest score of $92.8k for fourth place, followed by Triple Crown winner JoeBlazenycin 5th for $70,300. Other finishes include IWEARGOGGLES(7th for $33.7k),CrazyZachary(8th for $25.3k) and shipitthisway(9th for $18k).
PocketFives.com had nine community members in the winners bracket this week. On Monday Full Tilt Pokerhosted the $1K Monday, which is a $1,060 buy-in tournament that 396 players showed up for. Connecticut player stanman420(pictured), who just last month took down the Sunday Second Chance on PokerStars for $55k, added another $82.1k to his earnings after a near-even chop with P5s member breeth, who received $80,100. Four-time Triple Crown winner Chipsteelafinished 4th place for $36.6k, followed by Jung moneyin 5th for $27.7k. Other notable finishes include Patrolman35(7th for $12.8k), healey87(8th for $9.9k) and 2010 PCA Main Event winner ($2.3 million) Turk Malloy took 9th place for $7,900.
PocketFives community members were victorious in eight of our covered tournaments this week. On Monday Full Tilt Pokerhosted the $1K Monday, which is a $1,060 buy-in tournament. This event drew 356 entrants and three PocketFives.com members were seen at the final table, led by shankingyouof Las Vegas, who had a runner-up performance for $56.9k, less than a month after his $310k score for placing 3rd in Event #40 ($2,000 NLHE 2-Day) of FTOPS. Joe hoodini10Udine placed 8th in this week’s event for $8.9k while JoeBlazenyc took 9th for $7,100.
PocketFives community members were victorious in nine of our covered tournaments this week. On Monday Full Tilt Pokerdebuted the $1K Monday Million, which is a $1,060 buy-in tournament where players can register up to four entries. The event drew 1,164 entrants and four PocketFives.com members were seen at the final table, led by Benson BBOY3110Nikkerson (pictured, ranked #60), who finished 4th place for $94,500. Uruguay’s SixthSenSe19(ranked #49) placed 5th for $71.3k, followed by theczar19(ranked #38) in 6th for $52.3k and jdpc27 (ranked #28) in 7th for $33,700.
PocketFives community members were victorious in eight of our covered tournaments this week. On Monday, PokerStarsheld it’s $100 rebuy 6-handed event, gathering 221 total players. PocketFiver Mclean purepprofitfourKarr (pictured) was victorious in this event and walked away with $20,200. Just last year, Karr earned his first WPT title when he took down the Bay 101 Shooting Star event for $878,500. Texas player frozenthalearned his largest online cash this week after finishing runner-up for $14,000. Corey comandr_coolBurbick (ranked #74) earned $7k for his 4th place finish, followed by tutu22in 5th for $5.2k and Athanasios 9 in 6th for $3,600.