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  1. Mike Watson entered Saturday holding the chip lead in two PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker events. He won one event to become just the 10th player with five SCOOP titles and finished runner-up in the other to miss out on becoming the third player with six titles. Watson earned his fifth title in Event #66 High ($2,100 NLHE) by beating out 198 other entries to win $80,642.40. Runner-up 'hotmark777' earned $62,088.88 while Russian 'Black88' added $47,804 to their bankroll for coming in third place. Watson then lost out a heads-up duel with Noah 'Exclusive' Boeken in Event #65
  2. The Dutch poker community is one with legacy. Steven ‘SvZff’ van Zadelhoff won the 2017 WCOOP Main Event and carried on the tradition of online success built by Noah Boeken and PokerStars team pro Lex Veldhuis. The new generation is talented and the evidence is proved by the current top-10 online rankings of players from the Netherlands. Leading the charge is ‘etxnl01,’ who is ranked #121 in the world. ‘Etxnl01’ started their year off the right way by winning the Sunday 500 on PokerStars. The gold medal came with $31,861 and a career-best 413.52. The #1 Dutch player is approaching $1 milli
  3. Scotland's Ludovic Geilich made the absolute most of the light schedule on Day 4 of the 2020 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker. Geilich beat out a final table that included some of the best players in the world to lay claim to his second WCOOP title and nearly a quarter-million dollars. Geilich outlasted Timothy Adams, Filipe Oliviera, Thomas Mühlöcker, Mikita Badziakouski, former 1-ranked online poker player Chris Hunichen, and eventual runner-up Ole Schemion to win Event #10 High ($10,300 High Roller). Geilich earned $238,966.30 for the victory. His WCOOP title came in 2016 wh
  4. A pair of Canadians took down the biggest scores during Monday's PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker action as 10 players grabbed titles. For the second time in two weeks, Andrew 'ClockWyze' Pantling stood tall at the conclusion of a high stakes Pot Limit Omaha event. The Canadian beat out 166 other entries in Event #97 High ($5,200 Six Max PLO 2nd Chance PLO Main Event) to win $169,239. Finland's 'zumbapoker' danced their way to a runner-up finish and $128,814 while Noah 'Exclusive' Boeken finished third for $98,045. On May 13, Pantling won the World Poker Tour Online Event #

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