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  1. [caption width="640"] Carlo van Ravenswoud took the high stakes top spot in October. Photo credit: PokerListings[/caption] High-stakes online cash game grinder out of The Netherlands, Carlo ‘Ravenswood13’ van Ravenswoud ran hot in the PokerStars 8-Game Mix and Pot Limit Omaha games to lead the list of overall winners in online cash for the month of October, according to data tracked by Highstakesdb.com. Over the course of 7888 hands ‘Ravenswood13’ would churn out a $322,147 profit, by far the most for the month. The uptick helped push him into the top five overall profiteers for 2017
  2. Carlo van Ravenswoud built a reputation as one of the most feared high stakes online cash game players but that doesn't mean he's stayed away from the tournament scene. On Saturday, the Dutch pro picked up the second PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker title of his career. Beating out 115 other players in Event #37-High ($2,100 HORSE) Van Ravenswoud earned $56,840 and the title. Runner-up 'sprocketAA' had to settle for a $39,440 score while 'Mafews' pocketed $30,160 for coming in third. The final table also included three players who have already bagged 2020 SCOOP titles: Rui 'Ru

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