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  1. Entry Numbers were up across the board in the Sunday Majors with 2016 World Championship of Online Poker getting underway on PokerStars. Five WCOOP events started on Sunday but only one of them finished, with a recent EPT High Roller winner walking away with yet another big score. Connor Drinan, who won the EPT Barcelona €10,300 High Roller last week, walked away with the first WCOOP title of 2016 after winning Event #5 ($320 No Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Six Max) for $26,614.82. Long-time PocketFives member Sebastian 'p0cket00' Sikorski of Canada (ranked #41 worldwide) won the PokerStars Sun
  2. As you might know, on Tuesday night, PocketFives was camped out at Borgata in Atlantic City watching the finale of the first ever live PocketFives Open. Accordingly, we missed the premiere of ESPN's coverage of the Big One for One Drop, which created such a buzz in the mainstream world that we felt compelled to record a rerun and write about what ESPN commentator Lon McEachern argued could qualify as the "worst beat in the history of tournament poker." --- PocketFives' news coverage is brought to you by Betsson Poker, a leading global online gaming provider. Betsson Poker i
  3. A handful of WPT Online events wrapped up over the weekend on partypoker, although it was a quieter weekend for the series. The biggest winner was Benjamin Voreland, and we also saw notables Niklas Astedt and Pablo Brito Silva grab titles. For Astedt, it was his second title of the WPT Online series. In Event #49 Mini: $215 PLO Knockout [6-Max], Astedt topped the 320-entry field to win $5,282.98 plus $6,219.54 in bounties. That's a total score of $11,502.52. Astedt beat Javier Zarco in heads-up play, with Zarco taking home $5,276.32 plus $3,032.03 in bounties. Astedt, one of the most suc
  4. Connor Drinan joined an elite club on Thursday and in the process helped form an even more elite one. Drinan became the ninth player with five career PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker titles by winning Event #56 High (1,050 HORSE) and in the process joined Shaun Deeb as the only players to win four SCOOP titles in a single year. Drinan beat Mike 'goleafsgoeh' Leah heads-up to earn the fourth title and added $30,232.50 to his bankroll. Leah walked away with $21,545 for his efforts while third-place finisher 'wiNNin83' had to settle for $16,680. Deeb became the first player to
  5. 'FeaNoR4eG' won the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million for $113,824 after coming through a heads-up match against former PocketFives World #1 and POY 'Lena900'. This week's entrants total crept over 11,000 and created a guarantee-beating $1,109,000 prize pool. 'Keisuke-ace' took the bronze medal for $59,937 and left none other than 'Lena900' in contention for his first Sunday Million victory. The current world-ranked #3, already had a silver medal to his name after falling last in the Million just six-months ago and history was to repeat itself after 'FeaNoR4eG' sent the Swedish online phenom t
  6. There’s a reason that summer in Las Vegas is often called ‘poker player summer camp’ and it’s not just because the World Series of Poker is going on. During the summer bracelet chasing takes center stage in Sin City but over the past decade, many other Las Vegas poker rooms have battled with the WSOP for the hearts and minds of the poker playing public by consistently scheduling competing summer series that offer players excellent value through great structures and big guarantees. Here's a quick look around the city at some of those non-WSOP tournaments keeping poker players in action.
  7. The PocketFives Milestone Report looks at the online poker players who are achieving career-best achievement or reaching new heights in the rankings. It’s been a minute since we’ve checked in on the progress of some of the PocketFives community and, in the past month or so, there have been plenty of new major milestones to celebrate. So, let’s dive in and take a look at some of the accomplishments of the online grinders who are putting in time on the felt and reaping the rewards. Major Moves At $10M+ In the upper echelons of earnings, there are plenty of players who continue to climb t
  8. [caption width="640"] Canada's current Top 10 is replete with some of online poker's strongest players[/caption] When it comes to the current crop of top-ranked online poker player in Canada, one must remember to shift their mindset to thinking of Canada as simply the location rather than the nationality. In the post-Black Friday online poker landscape, Canada has emerged as one of the major landing spots for many American poker expats who decided to pick up and relocate in order to stay on the grind. So with that in mind, we take a closer look at the PocketFives.com Top 10 ranked poker p
  9. Over the last four days, Connor Drinan has dominated the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. It started on Friday when Drinan took down Event #34 ($530 Pot Limit Omaha 8-or-better) for $34,420.52 and continued on Sunday when he topped the 150-entry field in Event #40-H ($5,200 PLO 6-Max) for $152,011.46. On Monday Drinan won $28,358.58 for beating out 1,051 other players in Event #45-M ($215 NLO8 Six Max PKO). Drinan now has four career SCOOP titles. The two-day Sunday Million came down to a three-way chop with 'Corback_fr' earning $216,617.61 and the SCOOP title. Runner-up 'Mur
  10. Over the course of the 2020 World Series of Poker, PocketFives is checking in with Chris Moorman and Katie Lindsay as they chase down WSOP glory. This is Episode 3 of The House of Moorman. Katie doesn't want to talk about it. Over the last week, her husband Chris put together four World Series of Poker Online cashes over four consecutive days to take over the household lead for most cashes for the first time since the Series began. Chris now leads 8-5. It's become a source of good-natured ribbing during the first three weeks of action. "It was always going to happen," Chris jokes.
  11. The final Sunday of online poker action in 2018 saw former PocketFives.com #1 ranked player Patrick 'pads1161' Leonard bank over $112,000 after he achieved both a Gold and Silver medal finish. In the biggest event of the day, the PokerStars Sunday Million, 5,597 entrants created a $1,119,400 prize pool with former WCOOP champion 'Erickie' going the distance to win $151,184. 'Gossimer007' departed in third place for $74,452, before Canada's 'pisky16' lost out to Holland's 'Erickie' during heads-up and settled for $106,092 as runner-up. The PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller title went t
  12. It's Christmas Eve for poker players. Or, if you want to borrow from the more contemporary metaphor, it's the day before Poker Summer Camp officially kicks off. Poker players from around the world have been flooding into Las Vegas over the past week to get settled and ready for the 2018 World Series of Poker. So, as the tables are getting set up at the Rio and dealers are getting last minute instructions on how to deal Triple Draw, the staff here at PocketFives take their turn at predicting exactly how some of the things at the 2018 WSOP will go down. The Panel Editor in Chief - Lanc
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