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  1. Headed into the final months of 2018, the race for the PocketFives 2018 PLB is in the final stretch. Players who have spent the better part of the year inside the top-10 rankings continue to grind out major volume and pack on PLB points in an effort to not only hit huge scores but also finish the year as at the top of the online poker world. The current leader of the pack is Sweden’s ‘lena900’ (27,159.68). The current #1-ranked player in the world took over the top spot in online poker at the end of the major spring online series and has not let go of his lead for the better part of five months. ‘lena900’ has had an amazing year by any standard thus far in 2018 with five six-figure scores. Those five tournaments alone would be enough to put the Swede well over $1 million in earnings for the year. Back in February 2018, he celebrated $9 million in total career earnings, however as of October he has soared past $12.4 million. His highlight score came during the major spring online series. During partypoker’s POWERFEST Event-53-SHR $10K Championship Event ‘lena900’ won the event and earned $430,047 plus 1,414.21 PLB points. It stands as a career-high online score for him and had helped propel him as the frontrunner for the 2018 Yearly PLB award. Not that far behind ‘lena900’ is his fellow countryman, the Swedish sensation ‘C Darwin2’ (25,756.31). Before ‘lena900’ took over as the #1-ranked player in the world, that title was held by ‘C Darwin2’ for the first five months of 2018. Currently ranked #3 worldwide, the Swede has also spent the year skyrocketing up the list of all-time career cashes. He celebrated $8 million in total cashes in February and currently sits with roughly $10.9 million, likely to surpass $11 million before the end of the year. ‘C Darwin2’ recorded his career-high score back on March 20. He took down Event #7 in the PokerStars High Rollers Series ($10,300 NLHE Eight Max) for $267,406 and 1,104.54 PLB points. He recorded another cash by finished as the runner-up in the Main Event of 888poker’s XL Eclipse for $135,000. Russia’s ‘hellohellohello’ (23,147.70) is currently sitting in third place on the Yearly PLB thanks to a scorching hot end of summer run. On August 19, ‘hellohellohello’ added a marquee victory to his resume by winning the PokerStars Sunday Million for a career-high cash of $160,888 and 1,091.60 PLB points.. The cash was one of four six-figure results in 2018 for the Russian, which included back-to-back results of over $100K during the major fall online series. He first found himself fishing in third place in PokerStars WCOOP-62-M ($2,100 NLHE Eight Max High Roller) for $136,573. The very next day he had a bit-time final table finish in partypoker’s POWERFEST-108-SHR for another $114,400. His 2018 journey has led him to rank as high as #2 in the world. He currently sits at #4. Ukrainian pro Roman ‘Romeopro’ Romanovsky (21,678.21) is currently sitting in the #4 spot on the Yearly PLB list. Like others on this list, Romanovsky had himself a career-best score in 2018 during the spring online tournaments. On May 9 during PokerStars SCOOP-14-H ($25,000 NLHE Eight Max High Roller) Romanovsky finished as the runner-up for a massive $442,299 prize. On the same day, he picked up another six-figure cash of $138,525 by taking down SCOOP-16-H ($5,200 NLHE Turbo). Those two results, with the addition of another six-figure score only days earlier, had Romanovsky well over $700,000 for the month of May. After SCOOP, Romanovsky essentially disappeared from the online scene for roughly three months. He made an appearance at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, but hardly any results online. When the fall series came back around, so did Romanovsky and he went on to win his fourth six-figure cash of 2018 by taking down the 888poker XL Eclipse Main Event for $187,500. He currently ranks #5 in the world with nearly $10.7 million in lifetime earnings. Rounding out the top five on the Yearly PLB leaderboard is Argentina’s Ramiro ‘Ramiro’ Petrone. Ranked #9 in the world (having reached as high as #3), Petrone had a trio of scores of over $100,000. He picked up both a POWERFEST and a WCOOP title this year however his largest cash came in the Main Event of PokerStars TCOOP when he finished as the runner-up in Event #72 ($1,000 NLHE Twin Turbos Main Event) for $282,436 which, just similarly to everyone on this list, was a career-high cash. Petrone crossed $3 million in total career earnings in the first quarter of 2018. He now sits on nearly $4.5 million.
  2. The partypoker MILLIONS Online wrapped up yet another starting flight on Sunday with Colombian Carlos 'carlitos350' Camargo topping the Day 1C field. Camargo ended the day with 19,285,021 which puts him sixth overall after the third starting flight. Sweden's 'JORD_GUBBEN' bagged up 18,421,926 for the second best stack of the day. Just 162 of the 1,112 Day 1C entries advanced to Day 2. There are now 464 players already through to Day 2 with two more starting flights to come. The #3-ranked player in the world, Russia's 'hellohellohello', finished with 13,648,610, the 15th biggest stack of the day. Fedor Holz finished with 11,946,929. The current #2-ranked player in the world, 'C Darwin2', snuck into the top 40 Day 1C stacks after finishing with 9,192,875. Overlay Tracking The Day 1C field added another $5,560,000 to the prize pool which now sits at $15,850,000 - $4,150,000 short of the guarantee with just two starting flights remaining. Day 1C Top 10 Chip Counts carlitos350 - 19,285,021 JORD_GUBBEN - 18,421,926 hamishc2 - 17,777,764 Alien_Army - 17,351,003 Thomas 'chaAat' Boivin - 16,938,436 Joni 'JJouhki' Jouhkimainen - 16,158,283 RosenheimCops - 156,969,561 savetrpo - 15,329,451 Laszlo 'omaha4rollz' Bujtas - 15,378,83 Hahaha_Owned - 15,042,585 Overall Chip Leaders Phil_Gruissem – 26,865,379 hi_all – 24,126,018 bfzhang – 22,549,892 patrondelmal – 21,904,963 Beezneez360 – 21,808,451 carlitos350 - 19,285,021 M1KE1NBRAZIL – 18,884,694 CASHEEEGAMEEE – 18,682,668 JORD_GUBBEN - 18,421,926 hamishc2 - 17,777,764 partypoker MILLIONS Online Schedule Monday, Dec. 3 – Day 1D Tuesday, Dec. 4 – Day 1E (Turbo) Tuesday, Dec. 4 – Day 2 Wednesday, Dec 5 – Final Day
  3. The #1 player in Sweden and the world is 'lena900,' and he was also the #1 player in November, topping the November PLB race with 4,915.85 points. From 191 cashes in the month of November, 'lena900' won a total of $585,250. His largest single score from the month was worth $80,555 from a third-place finish in the PokerStars Sunday Million on November 25. That also earned him 569.39 points. His biggest tournament victory came when he won the partypoker Sunday Super High Roller: $100K Gtd on November 18 for $41,480 and 387.30 points. It was an incredible month for 'lena900' that allowed him to finish more than 1,000 Monthly PLB points ahead of second place. Second place on the November PLB race belonged to 'girafganger7,' who earned 3,891.24 points. His largest score of the month came from a victory in the $530 buy-in KO Series #40-HR: $100K Gtd [6-Max Turbo] on partypoker for $27,503 and 336.54 points. 'Girafganger7' also won the partypoker $1,050 buy-in Bounty Hunter High Roller: $75K Gtd [Fast] in November for $26,795 and 274.74 points. Rounding out the podium in third place was no stranger to leaderboards here on PocketFives, with 'C Darwin2' and his 3,768.10 points for November ranking next. He secured his largest take of the month from a second-place result in the PokerStars High Roller Club: $530 Bounty Builder HR [Progressive KO], $300K Gtd for $30,739 and 332.83. Fourth and fifth places on the November PLB were taken up by 'hellohellohello' with 3,181.18 points and Alex 'SploogeLuge' Foxen with 3,141.87 points, respectively. Foxen, who is slated to play in the $300,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl coming up in December, landed two big results in PokerStars High Roller Club events in November. First, on November 6, he took second in the High Roller Club: $1,050 Super Tuesday, $175K Gtd for $28,747 and 286.82 points. Then, on November 25, he won the High Roller Club: $1,050 Sunday Supersonic [6-Max, Hyper-Turbo], $100K Gtd for $43,057 and 468.43 points. PocketFives November PLB Leaderboard 1. 'lena900' - 4,915.85 2. 'girafganger7' - 3,891.24 3. 'C Darwin2' - 3,768.10 4. 'hellohellohello' - 3,181.18 5. Alex 'SploogeLuge' Foxen - 3,141.87 6. 'Futti18' - 3,075.38 7. 'Gedis92' - 3,063.59 8. Ramiro 'Ramiro' Petrone - 2,882.70 9. 'DamageAP' - 2,836.41 10. Pablo 'pabritz' Silva - 2,735.69 Stay tuned to PocketFives for more rankings from the world of online poker.
  4. Halfway through the final month of 2018, Sweden's 'lena900' remains atop the PocketFives 2018 PLB race. Most of the top five stayed the same, with each of the top four places having the same player as our last update, but the #5 spot did change and it now belongs to 'DamageAP.' PocketFives 2018 PLB Top 5 as of December 20 1. 'lena900' - 29,692.68 2. 'C Darwin2' - 26,944.29 3. 'hellohellohello' - 24,818.53 4. Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky - 21,906.06 5. 'DamageAP' - 21,254.51 Thanks to adding 1,575 points since the last update on November 14, 'lena900' now has a lead of 2,748.39 points over the rest of the field. That's a fair bit more than the lead of 2,124.20 he had on a month ago. Helping 'lena900' extend his lead was a third-place finish in the PokerStars Sunday Million on November 25 for $80,555 and 569.39 points. He also won the partypoker High Roller Bounty Hunter: $100K Gtd [Fast] on November 28 for $30,340 and 316.23 points. In second place stayed 'C Darwin2,' but he only added 950.81 points to the 1,575 for ‘lena900’ and that caused him to fall behind further. With a total of 26,944.29 points and two weeks to go in 2018, it doesn’t appear that 'C Darwin2' is going to be able to catch 'lena900' for the Yearly PLB win. Even still, 'C Darwin2' has been performing well as of late. He has cashes for $20,926 (225.84 points), $14,247 (163.58 points), $13,370 (246.98 points), $12,282 (120.94 points), and $11,000 (137.65 points) in December already. The largest of those came from a fourth-place result in the PokerStars High Roller Club: $1,050 Sunday Supersonic [6-Max, Hyper-Turbo], $150K Gtd on December 2. Russia's 'hellohellohello' stayed in third place and Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky stayed in fourth place, and the big change came with the addition of 'DamageAP' to the top five. 'DamageAP' overtook Ramiro 'Ramiro' Petrone for fifth place thanks to adding 846.60 points and moving to 21,254.51 points on the year. 'DamageAP' was only 119.04 points behind Petrone when we last updated and he earned 184.08 more PLB points since then. 'DamageAP' cashed for $15,504 and 187.29 points in the PokerStars High Roller Club: $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up [8-Max], $100K Gtd on November 18, he took second in the partypoker KO Series #09-HR: $100K Gtd [Mix-Max Fast] on November 19 for $16,916 and 208.63 points, and he won the PokerStars High Roller Club: $1,050 Daily Warm-Up [8-Max], $100K Gtd for $23,734 and 320.94 points on November 20. In December, 'DamageAP' won the PokerStars High Roller Club: $530 Bounty Builder HR [Progressive KO], $125K Gtd on December 1 for $13,614 and 267.39 points, and he also won the partypoker Sunday Deepstack: $100K Gtd on December 9 for $16,500 and 316.23 points. Petrone is now the one on the outside of the top five looking in with 21,189.47 points, and 'girafganger7' isn’t too far behind him with 21,119.80 points.
  5. On the heels of the 2018 World Series of Poker, the month of August is usually a reset for many in the poker world after they take some time to recharge from the strenuous Vegas grind. That doesn't mean the news slows down, though. Here are PocketFives’ top stories from August. Former CardPlayer Employee Charged With Theft of $1.1M from Company August closed with a bang as far as news headlines were concerned, after it was made known that Shelby "Anna" McCann, a former employee of poker media outlet CardPlayer, was charged with the theft of $1.1 million from the company. As reported by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, McCann had been stealing from the company for quite some time, writing checks to herself, increasing her own salary without approval, and paying off personal debt with company money. READ: Former CardPlayer Employee Charged With Theft of $1.1M from Company Badziakouski Wins EPT Barcelona €100K Super High Roller for €1.65M Mikita Badziakouski has had himself quite the 2018. Entering the December Super High Roller Bowl, Badziakouski had already earned more than $14.5 million on the live felt, including four seven-figure scores. One of those huge scores came in August when Badziakouski won the EPT Barcelona €100,000 Super High Roller. Badziakouski topped a field of 54 entries in the six-figure buy-in tournament to continue his incredible pace in 2018. He won the event for the third-largest score of his live tournament career, €1.65 million, and did so in one of the toughest high-stakes tournaments in the world. READ: Badziakouski Wins EPT Barcelona €100K Super High Roller for €1.65M SHRPO Big 4: Eisen Wins Championship, Foxen Goes Back-to-Back Seminole Hard Rock's 'Big 4' group of poker events has quickly risen the ranks as one of the best tournament festivals in the world. This year's event saw Brandon Eisen, Alex Foxen, Marc MacDonnell, and Jake Schindler earn the four major victories. Foxen's win stuck out in particular, and it’s because the event he won, the $2,650 No-Limit Hold'em event, was the same one he won the year before. In 2018, he took home $208,452 for topping a field of 422 entries. In 2017, he bested a field of 395 entries to win $204,600. READ: Eisen Wins Championship, Foxen Goes Back-to-Back The Year of the Fox: Alex Foxen Now Living the Poker Dream Sticking with Foxen, PocketFives' Jeff Walsh sat down with the poker pro in August to discuss the year he was having, bookended by the two SHRPO wins in South Florida. At the time, Foxen stated that he was "aiming to reach #1 in the GPI rankings." He reached that goal in October and remained #1 on the GPI for the rest of the year. READ: Alex Foxen Now Living the Poker Dream SUNDAY MAJORS: Sunday Million DDoS’d; Moorman, Leonard Win Elsewhere Although the names of Chris Moorman and Patrick Leonard are included in the headline on this story, the big story from Sunday, August 12, was that PokerStars had to cancel many of its tournaments due to a DDoS attack across its network that caused outages in events such as the Sunday Million, Sunday Warm-Up, High Roller, and Bounty Builder High Roller, with refunds and prize money distributed. In more positive news from this Sunday, Moorman and Leonard both scored sizable victories on the platforms of their sponsors. READ: Sunday Million DDoS’d; Moorman, Leonard Win Elsewhere ‘hellohellohello’ Wins August Monthly PLB Title PocketFiver 'hellohellohello' claimed the Monthly PLB title for August with 3,062.21 points. His biggest score came on August 19 when he won the PokerStars Sunday Million for $160,888 and 1,091.60 points. He also won the PokerStars $1,050 Thursday Thrill [Progressive KO], $175K Gtd for $27,270 and 378.15 points during August.
  6. The online poker alias of 'Lena900' is a name that regular PocketFives readers will be familiar with, mainly because the Swedish player can be seen to be battling it out in the highest stakes online poker tournaments have to offer week-after-week. For the past two years, 'Lena900' has just been pipped to the top of PocketFives.com Yearly PLB by his compatriot 'C.Darwin2', but 2018 was the year this all changed as 'Lena900' took the glory in five major festival events to sit at the summit of online poker. 'Lena900' finished 2018 with a total PLB score of 29,952.68, and had a clear gap over runner-up 'C.Darwin2' with 26,992.73. 'Lena900' recorded seven of his top ten online cashes over the past 12 months which included three victories. On May 16th, he reached the final table of the partypoker Powerfest $10,300 #53-SHR: $2M Gtd [Championship Event - PKO] event which came with a staggering $430,047 first-place prize. The Swede battled his way to a heads-up match against partypoker ambassador Kristen 'Krissyb24' Bicknell, and ultimately was the last player standing to pick up his biggest online score to date. But his day wasn't done with the Swede picking up a second PokerStars SCOOP title of the year as well in the #39-High: $1,050 NLO8 [6-Max] event. Fast forward to September and 'Lena900' added a second partypoker Powerfest title to his name as well as a PokerStars WCOOP victory. The Swede came through a 194 player-field to win the Powerfest $5,200 #062-SHR: $1M Gtd [Championship Event] for $203,900, as well as picking up the gold medal in the WCOOP-27-M: $530 PLO [6-Max] for $58,228. And just over a week later, there was to be another Powerfest Championship Event final table for 'Lena900', after he achieved a third-place finish in the event #095-SHR for $157,560. Back in 2014, 'Lena900' helped kick-start his online career with a fourth-place finish in the prestigious PokerStars Sunday Million and turned $215 into $81,366. Well in 2018, he was able to go one place better and ended November with a bronze medal worth $80,555. A sensational second half of 2018, helped propel 'Lena900' up to second place on the Online Poker All-Time Earnings Leaderboard with over $13.6m and closed the gap on Chris Moorman who leads the way with $15.6m. As for 'Lena900's closest rivals, 'C.Darwin2' outlasted a field of 122 players to win the PokerStars High Rollers 07: $10,300 NLHE [8-Max], $1M Gtd event for $267,406, and also took down the PokerStars Turbo Series 70: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max, High Roller] for $161,411. A silver medal came in the 888 Poker XL Eclipse #32 - $1,000,000 Gtd Main Event for $135,000, after 'C.Darwin2' was pipped to the title by 2018 PLB fourth-place finisher Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky who banked $187,500 for victory. PLB third-place finisher 'hellohellohello' from Russia beat his best online score three-times throughout 2018, which included victory in the PokerStars Sunday Million for $160,888 during August. Also securing their place in the top ten was Hungary's Andras 'probirs' Nemeth, Latvia's 'DamageAP', Argentina's Ramiro 'ramastar88' Petrone, 'Girafganger7', Sweden's 'Ariados', and the U.K.'s Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard. Nemeth took down the PokerStars SCOOP-14-H: $25,000 NLHE [8-Max, High Roller] for an eye-watering $576,087, with Romanovsky taking the silver medal for a cool $442,299. 'DamageAP's top score came in the Powerfest #002-HR: $500K Gtd [PKO] event after defeating a 358 player-field to bank $94,546. Petrone started the year fantastically when he took down the Powerfest #48-H: $1M Gtd Main Event for in February $195,720 and followed it up with a second Powerfest title in September, as well as a SCOOP and WCOOP title. Fellow high-stakes crusher 'GirafGanger7' saw 2018 reward him with another WCOOP title after he won the WCOOP-55-M: $530 NLHE [8-Max, Turbo, Progressive KO] for $55,846. 'Ariados' had a day to remember on February 4th after a third-place finish in the PokerStars $215 Sunday Million 12th Anniversary $10M Gtd event saw them turn $215 into a career-best $539,554. The Swede followed up this result with several five and six-figure scores including a Powerfest title. And completing the top ten was former world ranked #1 Leonard, who had an imposing end to the year with multiple scores in the PokerStars Winter and High Roller series, having earlier won three Powerfest titles including the #46-High: $1M Gtd NLH event for $207,978. Username Points Biggest Score Average Score 1 lena900 29,952.68 1,414.21 299.53 2 C Darwin2 26,992.73 1,104.54 269.93 3 hellohellohello 24,909.33 1,091.60 249.09 4 Romeopro 21,906.06 1,043.16 219.06 5 probirs 21,783.32 1,581.14 217.83 6 DamageAP 21,684.83 707.11 216.85 7 Ramiro 21,602.44 1,086.29 216.02 8 girafganger7 21,588.41 603.32 215.88 9 Ariados 20,215.49 1,635.79 202.15 10 pleno1 20,177.75 1,009.95 201.78  
  7. The biggest buy-in event on the partypoker POWERFEST attracted a star-studded 105-player field on Thursday and not surprisingly, one of poker's top-ranked online players emerged with the victory. Russian 'PhileasFogg', who reached the #2 spot on the PocketFives Rankings as recently as January, picked up $643,125 for winning the event. That score is four times as large as his previous career best. In August 2018, he won $160,888 for winning the PokerStars Sunday Million. 'FMylife' finished as the runner-up for $459,375 while 'udeservit' picked up the bronze medal and $328,125. Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom finished fourth for $229,687.50. British grinder 'RobTv87' topped the 212-entry field in Event #53 High Roller ($1,050 Deep, Eight Max) to bank $43,226.80. Canadian 'FrioPequeno' and Britain's 'Saiid92izi' won a respective $31,376 and $22,366 for finishing second and third. 'TIMEXCNT' picked up the victory in Event #55 High Roller ($2,100 PKO, Eight Max) to win $30,369.89 and $45,579.58. He also finished sixth in Event #54 (SHR) for $131,250. Runner-up 'FranBenitez91' earned $30,334.02 from the prize pool and collected an additional $14,142.18 in bounties. Laszlo 'omaha4rollz' Bujtas finished third and won $22,143,54 and $10,828.12 in bounties. Bujtas wasn't done there. He finished runner-up to 'Sofie2019' in Event #56 Super High Roller ($5,200 Pot Limit Omaha, Six Max) to pick up $97,500. 'Sofie2019 earned $156.403. Third place finisher 'JgsNV' banked $60,000. Event #53 High Roller ($1,050 Deep, Eight Max) 212 entries, $212,000 prize pool RobTv87 - $43,226.80 FrioPequeno - $31,376 Saiid92izi - $22,366 Hanifbali1 - $16,536 STORTjavlaGL - $11,660 Sentapied99 - $8,904 Chelsea72 - $6,572 Loewe80 - $4,876 Event #54 Super High Roller Championship Event ($25,500 Eight Max) 105 entries, $2,625,000 prize pool PhileasFogg - $643,125 FMylife - $459,375 udeservit - $328,125 Isildur1 - $229,687.50 Equilibrium_x - $170,625 TIMEXCNT - $131,250 Boy-George - $105,000 CanadianSanta - $85,312.50 Event #55 High Roller ($2,100 PKO, Eight Max) 179 entries, $366,950 prize pool TIMEXCNT - $30,369.89 + $45,579.58 FranBenitez91 - $30,334.02 + $14,142.18 omaha4rollz - $22,143,54 + $10,828.12 Kaiser6878 - $15,844.08 + $2,100 MortenVM - $11,071.77 + $6,628.12 Maddonaa - $8,590.16 + $3,937.50 rudiqa1 - $6,681.24 + $3,675 STORTjavlaGL - $5,349.54 + $2,625 Event #56 Super High Roller ($5,200 Pot Limit Omaha, Six Max) 99 entries, $495,000 prize pool Sofie2019 - $156,403 omaha4rollz - $97,500 JgsNV - $60,000 CanadianSanta - $43,750 TakeYellow - $31,250 SanchoPansa95 - $21,250 Event #57 High Roller ($530 Deep, Turbo, Eight Max) 124 entries, 63,550 prize pool ilushan - $15,569.76 dartazz - $11,121.25 JgsNV - $7,943.75 Mitrandir88 - $5,560.62 GlitchSystem - $4,130.75 jimmi109 - $3,177.50 petdet3ctive - $2,542 RajonRando - $2,065.37
  8. Winning the PocketFives April PLB Leaderboard was none other than worldwide #1 'lena900,' who banked 4,541.07 points. Andras 'probirs' Nemeth finished in second, less than 100 points behind, and 'hellohellohello' was third but a bit further off in points. 'Lena900' had several big scores in April, including a huge day on Sunday, April 21. That day, 'lena900' finished second in the PokerStars Sunday Million for $82,752 and 698.59 points, fifth in the PokerStars High Roller Club: $2,100 Sunday HR, $225K Gtd for $19,688 and 192.64 points, and first in the partypoker Sunday High Roller Predator: $150K Gtd for $39,376 and 409 points. He also had two big scores in partypoker Powerfest events, first on April 5 and then on April 11. In the first, 'lena900' took 12th in the Powerfest #23-SHR: $500K Gtd [PLO, 6-Max] event for $13,699 and 159.21 points. In the second, the Powerfest #54-SHR: $2.5M Gtd [Championship Event - 8-Max, 'lena900' finished 10th for $65,625 and 406.97 points. Speaking of the partypoker Powerfest, Nemeth was the winner of Powerfest #21-SHR: $1M Gtd [Championship Event - 8-Max], scoring $311,150 and 1,126.94 points. That turned out to be the second largest score of his online career. Nemeth also took fifth in Powerfest #13-SHR: $500K Gtd [PKO, 8-Max] for $39,732 and 289.03 points. For 'hellohellohello,' he earned the largest score of his online career in April, winning the partypoker Powerfest #54-SHR: $2.5M Gtd [Championship Event - 8-Max for a whopping $643,125 and 1,620.19 points. He also had scores of $40,879 and 379.34 points and $25,400 and 241.84 points in partypoker Powerfest events in April. Rounding out the top five in April were 'Dattebayo' and Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky. April PocketFives Leaderboard RANK PLAYER PLB POINTS 1 'lena900' 4,541.07 2 Andras 'probirs' Nemeth 4,471.36 3 'hellohellohello' 4,183.75 4 'Dattebayo' 3,946.59 5 Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky 3,945.83 6 Alex 'SploogeLuge' Foxen 3,653.74 7 'emeriaa' 3,651.82 8 Ramiro 'Ramiro' Petrone 3,643.36 9 Sami 'LarsLuzak' Kelopuro 3,529.09 10 Viktor 'papan9_p$' Ustimov 3,502.30
  9. It was a career day for Vinicius ‘viniperri’ Perri as the Brazilian grinder earned his first-ever six-figure score by winning Sunday’s PokerStars $109 Sunday Million for $111,769.63. Perri outlasted the field of 10,890 entries and took home the largest piece of the $1.089M prize pool in an effort that propelled him over $500,000 in lifetime online cashes. Bulgaria’s ‘noob3r’ finished as the runner-up, earning $81,103.38 for the effort and ‘luvictor88’ from Vietnam took home the bronze and $58,856.74. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker NJ"][ptable zone="GG Poker"] The finale of the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller was an online poker star-studded affair as Russian crusher ‘hellohellohello’ added to his over $10 million in career earnings by defeating Gianluca ‘Tankanza’ Speranza heads up for the $38,866.98 first-place prize. Speranza, the two-time Spring Championship of Online Poker Main Event winner, took home $30,486.65 as the runner up. Jon ‘apestyles’ Van Fleet finished in third place picking up another $23,913.31 to add to his over $16 million in career earnings, an amount good for fourth on the All-Time Online Money List. The #9-ranked player in the world Tomi ‘elmerixx’ Brouk defeated the field of 745 entrants in the PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-up for a $25,315.68 payday. Brouk, who hit as high as #3 on the worldwide rankings this year, sits less than $120K away from eclipsing $10 million in total career cashes. Right behind him in the Warm-up was Brazil’s ‘pitaoufmg’ who earned$18,370.98 in his runner-up effort. ‘psyhoagromor’ finished in third place for $13,331.81 partypoker ambassador Roberto ‘R_Romanello’ Romanello collected a nice six-figure score by winning the partypoker $5,200 Sunday Big Game $500K GTD for $129,625. ‘YouGotTheDud’ also took home a healthy score, walking with $91,875 as the runner-up. Only a few players made more money on Sunday than the #1-ranked player in Hungary, ‘Wildace_hun’. The online pro had a spectacular Sunday making the final table of three Sunday Major final tables. His sun run included a sixth-place finish in the $109 Sunday Million for $22,494.27, a seventh-place finish in the $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $9,052.28 and a fourth-place finish in the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller PKO for $16,404.78 + $3,292.97 in bounties. ‘Wildace_hun’ currently sits as the #34 ranked player in the world and with these results, he can expect to jettison higher than his previous career-high of #32 in the world. PokerStars $109 Sunday Million $1M Guaranteed 10,890 entrants, $1,089,000 prize pool 1. viniperri - $111,769.63 2. noob3r - $81,103.38 3. luvictor88 - $58,856.74 4. Hitthehole - $42,712.43 5. asker444 0 $30,996.53 6. Wildace_hun - $22,494.27 7. GabiMuguruza - $16,324.21 8. timetopop87 - $11,846.57 9. 1mDonuts - $8,597.00 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller $85K Guaranteed 80 entrants, $160,000 prize pool 1. hello_totti - $38,866.98 2. Tankanza - $30,486.65 3. apestyles - $23,913.31 4. bencb789 - $18,757.26 5. house800 - $14,712.92 6. omaha4rollz - $11,540.60 7. Wildace_hun - $9,052.28 8. simon1471 - $7,100.48 9. tonkaaaa - $5,569.52 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller PKO $350K Guaranteed 1,024 entrants, $512,000 prize pool 1. NatasBG - $41,655.30 + $28,226.11 in bounties 2. Pendall - $30,532.78 + $8,487.89 in bounties 3. BillLewinsky - $22,380.44 + $3,771.49 in bounties 4. Wildace_hun - $16,404.78 + $3,292.97 in bounties 5. gangst3m1 - $12,024.65 + $8,441.40 in bounties 6. husajn54 - $8,814.02 + $7,427.01 in bounties 7. BruinBeer - $6,460.64 + $1,027.43 in bounties 8. ImTheNuts1 - $4,735.65 + $968.75 in bounties 9. kelvin - $3,471.23 + $3,312.50 in bounties PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-up $115K Guarantee 745 entrants, $149,000 prize pool 1. elmerixx - $25,315.68 2. pitaoufmg - $18,370.98 3. psyhoagromor - $13,331.81 4. slarki1 - $9,674.91 5. stilchuka - $7,021.07 6. Gutlaufen - $5,095.18 7. DonCorleone - $3,697.56 8. Pser33 - $2,683.32 9. Rashad 42412 - $1,947.28 partypoker $5,200 Sunday Big Game $500K Guaranteed 105 entrants, $525,000 prize pool 1. R_Romanello - $129,625 2. YouGotTheDud - $91,875 3. games123456 - $65,625 4. Player1234560423 - $45,937 5. El_Cucuy - $34,125 6. PunchlineEnBata - $26,250 7. sims_or_sins - $21,000 8. Porsche911 - $17,062 partypoker $2,100 High Roller Gladiator $200K Guaranteed 133 entrants, $272,650 prize pool 1. CharlesBarkley - $25,476.84 + $32,361.35 2. NewYorkJimmY - $25,450.15 + $22,123.82 3. ThinnusButyrum - $17,974.20 + $10,910.15 4. Player1234560423 - $12,731.72 5. EmpireMaker - $9,361.56 + $2,100 6. CocaineKiller - $6,216.07 + $8,622.50 7. mogvision. - $4,189.50 + $6,464.06 8. Quantum_Leap - $4,189.50 + $6,464.06 partypoker $530 High Roller Bounty Hunter $250K Guaranteed 483 entrants, $250,000 prize pool 1. jojopoker236 - $18,200.35 + $25,364.31 2. NewYorkJimmY - $18,175.39 + $4,355.88 3. happymermaid - $12,468.47 + $3,822.66 4. MahmoudMokhtar - $8,673.72 + $5,857.04 5. BRAER_71RUS - $6,152.92 + $6,488.70 6. Double_UP - $4,472.38 + $1,689.84 7. HennHuegele - $3,184.88 + $1,632.42 8. TomHuls99 - $2,303.95 + $1,607.81
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