lena900

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  • Location Vastra Gotaland, Sweden

  • Member Since May 29th, 2013

  • Last Login 3 Hours Ago at 09:38 AM

  • Profile Views83,374

  • Important Notice

    lena900 does not currently qualify for local and country rankings because some of their qualifying PLB points are on poker sites that don't allow play in the location listed in their profile.

Lena900 - Poker Player Profile

    Screen Names


    Lena900
    tjeeeena
    whoozz
    qwertya09
    KoksJuuice
    tutten7
    Toutdoux81
    Drulitooo
    futt32

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    Rankings


    Worldwide
    1
    All-Time High
    1 (2017)
    Sliding PLB
    9,639 (100%)

    Cashes


    Lifetime Total
    $6,504,612
    Largest Cash
    Number of Cashes
    4,171
    Average Cash
    $1,559
    • Latest Cash

      Won $425 at Heavyweight: The Eliminator - $20K Gtd PKO

      Jun 8th, 2017

    • $5,000,000 in lifetime cashes
    • 1 Ranked 1st World Wide
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    P5s Scouting Report

    Sweden's lena900 debuted in the PocketFives Rankings in late 2013. He final tabled an FTOPS tournament in 2011 for $86,000 and took second in an FCOOP tournament in October 2013 for $82,000. He won the PartyPoker $250K Sunday in 2011 for $50,000 and final tabled the Winamax Grand in November 2013 for another $12,000. You can find him under whoozz on Full Tilt and PartyPoker. On the second-to-last weekend of 2013, lena900 finished fifth in a WCOOP Challenge $1,050 NLHE event and earned $43,000. In February 2014, lena900 was part of a five-way chop of the PokerStars Sunday Million for $129,000. Five months later, lena900 took 5th in the Stars Sunday $100R for $10,000.

    In September 2015, this Swede took second in the 888 Whale for $33,000, defeating all but one person in a field of 414. The following year saw him win the Monthly PLB title in January and final table the 888 Whale in February.

    Lena900 won the PocketFives Monthly Leaderboard in back to back months in January and February 2016. At the end of March 2016, he climbed to the top of the PocketFives Worldwide Rankings, a spot he held for one week. Also in 2016, the Swede won three Triple Crowns in January, May, and August.