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  1. After over 15 hours of play, 'sica26' was crowned this week's PokerStars $109 Sunday Million winner banking $101,770. The prize pool was set at $1,022,400 after 10,225 entrants took to the tables, and when the field was reduced to the final three, over 14 hours of play had elapsed. Austria's Adi 'Chillero1441' Rajkovic just missed on a place in the heads-up battle and took the bronze medal worth $55,195 before the final two agreed to a money-deal. Canada's 'slarki1' was then the final player to fall and took away their share of the remaining prize pool worth $81,770, as 'sica26' took the gl
  2. This past Sunday in the world of online poker, a Brazilian scored his first six-figure cash, Jonathan 'apestyles' Van Fleet was back in the winner's circle, and Ole 'wizowizo' Schemion locked up two wins on PokerStars. Brazil's 'Giant_Santos' secured their first six-figure online cash after winning the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million for $102,920. The prize pool crept over the $1m guarantee after 10,204 entrants took part, and after the mammoth field had been reduced to just three a money-deal was agreed. 'tramonto85' took the second-largest share worth $68,851, but ultimately departed in th
  3. In the span of a few days earlier this month, England's Scott Aggro SantosMargereson (pictured) won not one, but two PokerStarsWCOOP titles. The first was worth $106,000 and came in a $320 No Limit Hold'em Zoom event. The second occurred two days later in the series' Sunday Warm-Up and was worth nearly a quarter-of-a-million dollars. Not surprisingly, he has shot up to #33 worldwide in the PocketFives Online Poker Rankings and is #6 in the UK. Margereson sat down with PocketFives to talk about his latest accomplishment. PocketFives: How are you feeling about your WCOOP titles? It must be su
  4. For one week only, the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million switched up its format and played out as a PKO event with each player having a bounty on their heads. The prize pool reached $1,279,000 after 12,790 players took to the virtual tables and when all was said and done, '42ayay' came out on top. 'Stefkol' took the bronze medal for - $33,393 + $1,661, before 'The39player' departed as runner-up for $46,015 + $10,652, with '42ayay' winning the final bounty and banked $63,416 + $28,055. Tomi 'Elmerixx' Brouk bested a 158 player-field in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller to win $63,707.
  5. PokerStars recently announced their WCOOP schedule which gets underway in early September, which gives players just a matter of weeks to find their form before the event along with its huge guarantees takes place. One of Poland's best online grinders has gotten himself off to a fantastic start. 'pyszalek' came through a massive 5,875 entrants in this week's PokerStars Sunday Million to win over $158,000, after 'Tinchoolp768' fell during heads-up play. 'ROSTBURK' took the Sunday Million bronze medal alongside $78,127 before the final battle commenced. After no deals were agreed to on the
  6. Last month, England's Scott Aggro SantosMargereson (pictured) won his third PocketFives Triple Crown. He took down three $10,000 prize pool tournaments with at least 100 players each on three sites tracked for the PocketFives Rankings within seven days and made over $25,000 in the process. "It came at a nice time because I started playing for myself a couple of months ago and was on a bit of a downswing right before I won the Triple Crown," Margereson told PocketFives. "In winning the Triple Crown, I had a great Sunday that got me out of the hole I was in." Margereson took down the Poker
  7. Late last month, Scott Aggro SantosMargereson (pictured) took down the PokerStars Sunday Million outright and pocketed $194,000. There were almost 6,400 entrants and Margereson led the group of 990 who finished in the money. He is nearing $3 million in career online tournament winnings and told us, "It hasn't really sunk in yet. I can't believe how well I've run." Despite running well overall, that particular Sunday was a bloodbath prior to the Million. He told us, "I won just about every all-in from start to finish in the Million, but it was a pretty miserable Sunday overall, so I was on
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