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  1. There's very little that Andras 'probirs' Nemeth has not accomplished in his online poker career. The former #1-ranked PocketFiver has amassed more than $17.5 million in online earnings and won nearly every title out there. Except one. Heading into the 2020 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker, the Hungarian poker pro had never won a WCOOP title. That ended on Thursday night as Nemeth beat William 'hellzito' Arruda heads-up to win Event #15 High ($530 NLHE w/rebuys) for $79,655.48 and that first WCOOP title. Russian crusher Arsenii 'josef_shvejk' Karmatckii beat out 451 other entrie
  2. Italy's Nicolo Molinelli must have liked what the wheel had to say in Event #81 (People's Choice Spin the Wheel). The format of Thursday's World Series of Poker Online event was left to the fate of the spin of the wheel. Once that wheel stopped spinning, the Six Max No Limit Hold'em Bounty format was chosen and Molinelli worked his way through a 1,925-entry field in the $600 buy-in event to win his first career WSOP bracelet and earn $243,415 with $99,216 coming from bounties alone. Michelle Shah only got to spend 24 minutes at the final table. Molinelli raised to 220,000 from the hijack befo
  3. Italy's Nicolo Molinelli must have liked what the wheel had to say. The format of Thursday's World Series of Poker Online event was left to the fate of the spin of the wheel. Once the wheel stopped spinning, the Six Max No Limit Hold'em Bounty format was chosen and Molinelli worked his way through a 1,925-entry field to win his first career WSOP bracelet and earn $243,415 with $99,216 coming from bounties alone. Michelle Shah only got to spend 24 minutes at the final table. Molinelli raised to 220,000 from the hijack before Shah moved all in from the cutoff for 1,810,581. Molinelli called a
  4.     Michelle Shah only got to spend XX minutes at the final table. Molinelli raised to 220,000 from the hijack before Shah moved all in from the cutoff for 1,810,581. Molinelli called and flipped over [ah][qs] and Shah discovered she was racing with [8d][8h]. The [as][5h][2s] flop moved Molinelli in front and Shah found no help on the [6s] turn or [5c] river and was eliminated in ninth place. Thirty-five minutes later another race ended a second player's run. Lucas Hafner raised to 240,000 from the button with [as][ks] before Pavel Plusev re-raised to 1,800,000 with [5c][5d]
  5.     Michelle Shah only got to spend XX minutes at the final table. Molinelli raised to 220,000 from the hijack before Shah moved all in from the cutoff for 1,810,581. Molinelli called and flipped over [ah][qs] and Shah discovered she was racing with [8d][8h]. The [as][5h][2s] flop moved Molinelli in front and Shah found no help on the [6s] turn or [5c] river and was eliminated in ninth place. Thirty-five minutes later another race ended a second player's run. Lucas Hafner raised to 240,000 from the button with [as][ks] before Pavel Plusev re-raised to 1,800,000 with [5c][5d]
  6. Michelle Shah only got to spend XX minutes at the final table. Down to just Final Table Payouts $144,199 $104,644 $75,940 $55,110 $39,993 $29,023 $21,062 Pavel Plesuv$15,285 Michelle Shah$11,092
  7. Italy's Nicolo Molinelli must have liked what the wheel had to say in Event #81 (People's Choice Spin the Wheel). The format of Thursday's World Series of Poker Online event was left to the fate of the spin of the wheel. Once that wheel stopped spinning, the Six Max No Limit Hold'em Bounty format was chosen and Molinelli worked his way through a 1,925-entry field in the $600 buy-in event to win his first career WSOP bracelet and earn $243,415 with $99,216 coming from bounties alone. Michelle Shah only got to spend 24 minutes at the final table. Molinelli raised to 220,000 from the hijack be
  8. Five years Yuri 'theNERDguy' Dzivielevski held down the #1 ranking on PocketFives.com on two separate occasions. On Tuesday, the Brazilian, who is ranked #13 in the world, earned the second PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker title after beating a final table full of some of the best poker players in the world. Dzivielevski won Event #9 High ($1,050 NL 2-7 Single Draw) for $21,937.50. The final table included third place finisher Luke 'lb6121' Schwartz, and runner-up Benny 'RunGodLike' Glaser. Dzivielevski's previous win came in 2015 when he won the $1,050 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Ch
  9. The opening days of the 19th annual PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker put some familiar faces at final tables but also produced smaller than expected fields as overlays ruled the day at the High level. Dimitar Danchev was the biggest winner from the opening events after taking down Event #2-High ($10,300 8-Max PKO Sunday Slam) for a tad more than $400,000. Danchev earned $152,682.09 from the prize pool and then an additional $247,812.50 in bounties, including the final bounty of fellow PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event champion Mike Watson, who finished runner-up. Watson
  10. From 5,802 entries over 23 total flights in the 2020 World Series of Poker Online Main Event, former #1-ranked PocketFiver Bryan Piccioli holds the chip lead heading into Day 3 action. Just 38 of the 1,145 players who started Day 2 managed to work their way through Sunday's play. Piccioli, who held down the #1 spot on PocketFives for two weeks in May 2011, finished Day 2 with 18,417,494 and more than 2.5 million more than any other player. The 38 players will return to the felt on Saturday to play down to a winner. Thanks to the record-setting turnout, the prize pool swelled to $27,559,5
  11. Adnan Hacialioglu needed just seven hours to go from cards in the air to bracelet winner as the Finnish pro made quick work of the final table in Sunday's World Series of Poker Online action. Hacialioglu finished on top of the field that saw almost 2,000 players come out and for his efforts, he earned his first WSOP bracelet, $259,872, and a WSOP Europe Package. The final table was supposed to be nine-handed, but after eliminations at both of the final two tables, the final table saw just eight players featured. Tuen Bui was the first of the eight to bow out. He moved all in from the b
  12. No matter what happens, the 2020 World Series of Poker Online Main Event will have the largest prize pool in online poker history. The $5,000 buy-in event, which has 22 starting flights, features a $25 million guarantee, allowing it to surpass the 2018 partypoker MILLIONS which had a $21,780,000 prize pool. Slapping a guarantee on an event is one thing, putting enough butts in seats to make it is another entirely. To avoid an overlay, the tournament needs to draw 5,264 entries or an average of 240 per flight. PocketFives will be keeping an eye on this tournament as it pushes through the 22
  13. Thi Truong worked her way through 972 players on Thursday in Event #74 ($1,500 Pot Limit Omaha) of the 2020 World Series of Poker Online, including a final table that included highly-ranked online poker players, an online poker site ambassador, and a player who has already captured a WSOP bracelet this year, to win her first career WSOP bracelet. Truong, who started the final table with the biggest stack, decided to put that stack to work. Just six minutes after the final table began, Truong raised from the small blind to 360,000 and Johannes Toebbe called from the big. The flop came [poker
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  16. With PokerStars SCOOP just around the corner, we wanted to give all PocketFivers another way of getting into the action. We've created a Fantasy SCOOP contest that pays out over $1,000 in prizes thanks to our sponsor, StakeKings.com. It's free to enter and relatively simple. Simply draft a team of eight players using their PokerStars screenname before action kicks off on Event #2. Your team earns points based on how many PocketFives Leaderboard points they earn in each event based on the PLB formula found here. The Rules Participants must select eight players for their team, using th
  17. Final Standings: 1 William Cannada 101 165 (29 away) 26104321 North Carolina 2 Kevmath 100 154 (18 away) 25115221 North Carolina 3 smithbk 98 152 (16 away) 28104221 North Carolina 4 gutsy19 91 158 (22 away) 25105320 Gonzaga 5 oddsmaker 91 99 (37 away) 25124211 North Carolina 6 Smokin Zags 90 145 (9 away) 26125111 North Carolina 7 Lankyyanky 90 159 (23 away) 25105211 North Carolina 8 TheBigEarn 89 134 (2 away) 2994211 North Carolina 9 jalove23 89 133 (3 away) 24105211 North Carolina 10 mondomania 89 263 (127 away) 2683221 North Carolina 55 Tdot 78 126 (10 away) 2394111 N
  18. Halfway through the Sweet 16 1. truesyalose - 61 (Duke) 2. John Bishop - 59 (Villanova) 2. PokerBeat - 59 (Arizona) 2. philflush90 - 59 (Villanova) 5. Hardweek - 58 (Gonzaga) 5. hockeywonk - 58 (Kentucky) 5. cashdaddy69 - 58 (UCLA) 5. 603goose - 58 (Arizona)
  19. We have three players tied for first heading into the Sweet 16 - but two of them have Duke winning it all. PTS CHAMP PICK rlw8 52 North Carolina shortbus 52 Duke truesyalose 52 Duke IfUFoldTerroristsWin 51 North Carolina PokerBeat 50 Arizona Smokin Zags 50 North Carolina AALegend 50 Gonzaga Eb893 50 North Carolina michiganct 50 Kansas John Bishop 50 Villanova Paboo
  20. Standings heading into Sunday. There are seven players tied for first. PTS POSSBLE CHAMP PICK Smokin Zags 40 128 North Carolina AALegend 40 125 Gonzaga Eb893 40 125 North Carolina michiganct 40 125 Kansas truesyalose 40 125 Duke rlw8 40 112 North Carolina Paboo 40 92 Florida State
  21. I've double checked - triple checked even - and all of Friday's games are now over, so I can post the updated standings. Nobody went 32-0 and there is one person alone on top right now - 'polaris769' stands lone with 30 after the first round. His only two incorrect selections from the first round were Seton Hall and Maryland and he had both losing in the next round anyway. Six others are tied for second with 29. polaris769 - 30 (Villanova) ajw24211 - 29 (Kansas) Cthrilla - 29 (Villanova) GoHskrs - 29 (Gonzaga) allani12 - 29 (Villanova) TheBigEarn - 29 (North Carolina) uncl
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