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  1. While each of the four "regional" brackets in the #1 Number One contest is comprised of online poker's all-time greats, the Diamonds bracket could easily be dubbed the "group of death". Not only does it feature some of the most successful players to have ever reached #1 on PocketFives, but it also features some of the most popular players in online poker history. Nicolas 'PokerKaiser' Fierro holds the #1 seed in the Diamonds bracket, but his path to victory isn't an easy one. The 16 players have a combined $111 million in lifetime online earnings, the most of any of the four brackets, and six of the 16 players have cracked the $10 Million earnings mark. Fierro will need to navigate through the likes of Griffin 'Flush_Entity' Benger, Calvin 'cal4268'Anderson, and Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen - each of whom could run into one another as the contest advances through the subsequent round. The bracket also features three of the best players that Brazil has ever produced: Yuri Martins Dzivielevski, the current #1 player, Joao 'joaomathias' Mathias Baumgarten, and Caio Pessagno. Shaun Deeb, thanks to his PocketFives Legacy Award at the 2020 Global Poker Awards, earned a first-round bye. Enter the #1 Number One Contest Now! PokerKaiser (#1) vs P0KERPR033 (#16) Nicolas 'PokerKaiser' Fierro has been ranked #1 six different times, one of just six players to have done that, and his 24 combined weeks in the top spot is the tenth best. He has earned $12.6 Million online and with 21 Triple Crowns, is the only player within striking distance of the all-time leader in that category, Chris Moorman (30). His first-round opponent, Jim 'P0KERPR033' Campbell could be a bit of a sleeper pick. He was #1 for just one week in July 2007, but with $5.7 Million in lifetime earnings, most of it earned before Black Friday, he has the OG status that could earn him an upset victory. Flush_Entity (#2) vs mindgamer (#15) Griffin 'Flush_Entity' Benger could be one of the most popular players to ever hold down the top spot on PocketFives. He did it five different times and has spent 32 weeks at #1 and has earned six Triple Crowns. He last held the #1 spot in May 2014. Since then he's gone on to have great success on the live felt, including his seventh-place finish at the 2016 WSOP Main Event. Stefan 'mindgamer' Jedlicka comes in as a #15 seed, but only because he stopped tracking his results on PocketFives. Jedlicka was #1 for two weeks in December 2013. Since then he's won the PokerStars Sunday Million, WCOOP, and SCOOP titles. Yuri Martins (#3) vs 1bigacehole (#14) Yuri Martins Dzivielevski enters the #1 Number One as a #3 seed and with a ton of momentum after taking hold of the #1 spot for a third time on March 23. Dzivielevski has more than $11 Million in lifetime earnings and has enjoyed some time in the poker spotlight the past few years thanks to his bracelet wins in 2019 and 2020 and his deep run in the 2019 WSOP Main Event. Meanwhile, TJ '1bigacehole' Ulmer is another player to have held the #1 spot for a single week. Ulmer grabbed the brass ring in August 2012. He's since cracked the $10 Million in lifetime earnings mark and continues to pile up cashes even though he's no longer tracking on PocketFives. cal42688 (#4) vs telks (#13) Any fan of March Madness will tell you that #4 seeds make it to the Final Four all time. In fact, it's happened 13 times with one of those turning into a National Championship. If you had to pick a #4 seed to follow that path, it's probably Calvin 'cal42688' Anderson. His eight different turns at #1 have him third all-time and he's spent a combine 40 weeks on top. He's dominated poker's biggest stages with 10 PokerStars SCOOP titles and another pair of WCOOP titles. His first-round opponent, Michael 'telks' Telker, was #1 for just two weeks in December 2011 but has more than $11 Million in earnings and a Triple Crown to his credit. Big Huni (#5) vs joaomathias (#12) Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen took hold of the #1 ranking in January 2015 and held on to it for five weeks in his only reign. He's earned seven Triple Crowns in his career and has nearly $13 Million in lifetime earnings. He's also successfully transitioned to playing live High Rollers against some of the other best players in the world while continuing to grind online. Joao Mathias Baumgarten isn't a cupcake opponent though. Two different times he was ranked #1 and he's won five Triple Crowns and has amassed more than $10 Million in lifetime earnings. Romeopro (#6) vs Annette_15 (#11) Seven Triple Crowns, three Monthly Leaderboard wins, $12.5 Million in earnings, and five weeks at #1 make Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky a legitimate threat to advance against any of his potential opponents. To do that though he's going to have to get through the only female player in the field, Annette 'Annette_15' Obrestad. As far as online poker legends go, Obrestad is firmly entrenched as one of the most admired. Her ascent to #1 in January 2007, followed by her 13 weeks on top, her 180-person SNG win where she didn't look at her hole cards, were all amplified by her 2007 WSOP Europe Main Event win. pessagno (#8) vs veeea (#9) For many years over the last decade, the PocketFives Rankings have been a battlefield for Russian and Brazilian grinders and this first-round match-up puts two of those players head-to-head. Brazilian Caio Pessagno took over the #1 spot for the first time in July 2013 and held onto it for three weeks. He grabbed it back from Calvin Anderson two weeks later and spent eight weeks at #1. Artem 'veeea' Vezhenkov is the most highly decorated Russian in PocketFives history. Vezhenkov has more than $10 Million in earnings, four Triple Crowns, and is the only Russian to be ranked #1. Make your picks in the PocketFives #1 Number One Contest - entries due by Midnight ET on April 2. Then make sure to follow @PocketFives on Twitter to get your votes in!"
  2. We're entering the busy time of year in the online poker world. On Wednesday, we had a little bit of a shakeup in the top 10 worldwide of the PocketFives Rankings, as two players returned to the upper echelons of the leaderboard. And don't worry, fans of p0cket00; your boy is still ranked #1 on our site. --- PocketFives' news coverage is brought to you by Betsson Poker, a leading global online gaming provider. Betsson Poker is available on Mobile and offers regular promotions to live events around the world along with great bonuses and competitions. Play nowfor a chance to win the a Dream Holiday with the Grand Poker Adventures throughout 2014! --- Let's start with Russia's veeea(pictured above), who moved up five spots from #12 to #7 on the strength of a rash of wins this month in tournaments we track – nine to be exact. He took down the PokerStarsSaturday Super Knockout over the weekend for $26,000 and almost 400 PLB Points to help his cause and won the Winamax XTASE the same day for good measure. He has 159 wins in online poker tournaments. Also moving up five spots into the top 10 was Montreal's TJ 1bigacehole Ulmer (pictured), who ended up at #8. Ulmer won the PokerStars Super Sized Sunday over the weekend for $22,000 and also took down the site's $82 NLHE Six-Max Hyper-Turbo for $7,800 the same day. Ulmer has $6.6 million in career online poker scores. Alen lilachaa Bilic rose 16 spots to settle at #17 this week on the strength of a runner-up finish in the PokerStars Sunday 500 over the weekend for $42,000 and 368 PLB Points. It was his second top-two finish in that tournament this month, as he also took second two weeks ago for over $50,000. Bilic rules the roost in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Cyprus poker player daskalos moved up from #55 to #42, his highest ranking ever, after taking down the PokerStars $215 Weekly Six-Max for $11,000 and 231 PLB Points. He is #1 out of 112 players in Cyprus with PLB scores and is within $62,000 of hitting $2 million in online tournament scores. Leaping 33 spots to #62 in the world was Portugal's T 54 T 97s, who won the PokerStars.fr Summer Warm-Up Special Sunday Million for $10,000 on Sunday, his sixth victory since August 17. He was ranked as high as #3 on PocketFives last year and is the second-ranked player in his home country. We won't keep you waiting any longer. Here are the top 10 players in the PocketFives Rankings this week, along with the PLB score for each: 1. p0cket00 - 7,455 points 2. r4ndomr4gs - 7,384 points 3. pleno1 - 7,285 points 4. European - 6,993 points 5. TheClaimeer - 6,985 points 6. Romeopro - 6,891 points 7. veeea - 6,806 points 8. 1bigacehole - 6,781 points 9. huiiiiiiiiii - 6,743 points 10. dipthrong - 6,713 points Congrats to all of our ranked players! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  3. In recent days, Jimmy JMolloyMolloy (pictured) raced through the field of the PokerStars Sunday $100 Rebuy, coming away with the win for $46,000 after a heads-up chop with fellow PocketFives member besserweg. "It feels great to finally get one through on a Sunday," Molloy told us. "I am really happy about it." It was Molloy's first Sunday Major win and, even though it ended in a chop, it was still quite memorable. "Some of the players were mentioning a chop earlier when we were six-handed," Molloy said, "but it didn't make much sense to do it at that point. When we were three-handed, I brought it up again and they both agreed to look. I planned on asking for a bit more and so did the chip leader, so we didn't waste much time getting back to playing." After heads-up play began, Molloy lost a sizable pot and a chop was once again brought up. "This time," said Molloy, "my opponent was willing to give up a small bit to me, so I figured it was the smart thing to do. Even though he was somewhat inexperienced, he had definitely been the player giving me the most problems short-handed, so I figured I might as well deal and then hopefully get the $4,000 left to play for." The final table itself was anything but simple, as it also featured the likes of WPT Festa al Lago runner-up Michael benvo123Benvenuti (pictured) and former #1 ranked PocketFiver TJ 1bigacehole Ulmer. "There were a lot of good players there, but luckily for me, a lot of them were short, so they were somewhat handcuffed," Molloy recalled. "I got very fortunate to cooler benvo123 with K-K to Q-Q early in the final table, so that was huge for me. It was one of the tougher final tables I've been at." He plans to sink a portion his $100 Rebuy money back into his bankroll and put the rest into the bank. He explained, "I took a decent hit during SCOOP even though that was a while back and recently moved into a condo downtown, so that drained a bit of my bankroll as well. I'm going to replenish it and hope to keep running well." It's hard to believe that Molloy, #14 worldwide in the PocketFives Rankings, hadn't won a Sunday Major before a few weeks ago. Accordingly, it was cause for celebration. He said, "Sundays are not usually my best day of the week. Right now, I'll stick to my grind. I like to play lots when I'm running well; it's more fun." Yes, he celebrated by grinding, and grinding some more. You might not know that Molloy spent two years working at a golf course and enjoys the game outside of poker. "I used to be really good when I was younger," he assessed. "Nowadays, I am still probably better than most, but a little bit rusty." He wanted to send a shout out to Jon apestyles Van Fleet, a longtime PocketFiver, for "coaching me and helping me work on my game off the tables." The Sunday $100 Rebuy runs weekly on PokerStars. If you don't already have a PokerStars account, sign up through the links on PocketFives to get a 100% up to $600 deposit bonus and a free PocketFives t-shirt. Get started here. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  4. [caption width="450"] Sal 'ugritaly' Fazzino won his second 2016 TCOOP event[/caption] Two players managed to win their second title of the2016PokerStarsTurbo Championship of Online Poker on Wednesday. Out of four events held, half crowned repeat winners. Who said skill is marginalized in turbos, anyway? Sal 'ugritaly' Fazzinowon Event #28 of the 2016 TCOOP, an $82 No Limit Hold'em tournament with an optional re-entry. Six days prior, he took down Event #3, a $215 No Limit Hold'em Progressive Ultra Knockout, for $58,000. On Wednesday, his second TCOOP title of the series was worth another $31,000, so he has had a productive week. A total of 698 players in the 1,935-man field re-entered, pushing the total prize pool to almost $200,000. Fazzino was third in chips when the final table started at 1.5 million, with the field trailing the 4.1 million belonging to 'max-horror'. However, by the time heads-up play rolled around, Fazzino was up 3:1. On the final hand, Fazzino drew out on A-10 with J-8 after flopping an eight to win his second 2016 TCOOP title. He is up to almost $2 million in career online tournament winnings and is the top-ranked player in Western Australia. The other double TCOOP winner on Wednesday was Toronto's 'buzzard1881', who took down an $82 Fixed Limit Stud Hi-Lo Turbo for $9,300. He also won Event #6, an $82 No Limit Hold'em Six-Max Turbo Shootout, for $17,000 and he has five tracked wins in January, raising his career winnings to almost $200,000. In Event #29, TJ '1BigAceHole' Ulmerplowed through the field of a $215 No Limit Hold'em Six-Max Shootout Progressive Super Knockout and earned $18,000 along with his second COOP title. Ulmer outlasted four tables and pulled away three-handed in the final one. In the last hand, Ulmer's K-J withstood 10-8 after the board missed everyone. He also won a SCOOP High Roller Event in 2014, making Event #29 his second COOP victory. [caption width="482"] TJ '1BigAceHole' Ulmer won his second COOP title[/caption] Also winning on Wednesday was Ukraine's Stanislav 'Shtopol'' Wright, who won a $7.50 Pot Limit Omaha 3X Turbo for $17,000. There were 12,322 rebuys and 1,417 add-ons, lifting the total prize pool to $111,000. The top two finishers were both from Ukraine. Wright lives in Kyiv and recorded his largest online poker cash to date on Wednesday. He almost had a second TCOOP title this year as well, as he was the runner-up in the second event. TCOOP Event #28: $82 NL Hold'em Turbo, Optional Re-Entry
 2,633 entrants (1,935 entries, 698 re-entries), $197,475 prize pool ugritaly - $31,202.54 max-horror - $23,434.35 Seven_DV - $16,785.37 Loxagos - $11,552.28 SimonToronto - $8,787.63 villepn - $6,812.88 TiltStarter - $4,838.13 gpainn - $2,863.38 flip flop250 - $1,678.53 TCOOP Event #29: $215 NL Hold'em Six-Max Shootout, Progressive Super-Knockout 1,178 entrants, $117,800 regular prize pool, $117,800 in bounties 1BigAceHole - $18,848.36 PALblCH - $14,136.00 Skrb1c - $10,602.00 Zagalo87 - $7,068.00 seppo1k - $4,712.00 STELARI198 - $2,921.44 TCOOP Event #30: $7.50+R PLO Six-Max 3X Turbo 2,578 entrants (12,322 re-buys; 1,417 add-ons), $111,281.94 prize pool Shtopol' - $17,528.56 petro_popovi - $12,797.42 DaMethod - $9,458.96 SwizzHawk - $6,120.50 damourinio - $3,894.86 DoEasyMoney - $2,108.79 TCOOP Event #31: $82 FL Stud Hi-Lo Turbo 665 entrants, $49,875.00 prize pool buzzard1881 - $9,361.85 admiralph - $6,733.12 7PRS - $4,987.50 l0serking14 - $3,740.62 SiiliSuhonen - $2,493.75 jasonpavlich - $1,745.62 viking47 - $1,122.18 tvtotaliwin - $748.12
  5. Every week The PocketFives Milestone Report looks at the online poker players who are achieving career-best achievement or reaching new heights in the rankings Ulmer Becomes The Ninth to Get to $9,000,000 TJ ‘1bigacehole’ Ulmer is now over the $9,000,000 in career earnings, putting him currently at #9 on the all-time earnings list. The former #1 player has been a PocketFives member for over 11 years and has reached a new plateau of success with his latest achievement. Players Climbing Toward The Top-50 The top-50 threshold is always a competitive one and a few players are nearing that landmark achievement. Russia’s Andrey ‘drupalucker’ Chernokoz is up to #56 with a win in the PokerStars $320 Six-Max playing a role in that result. From Argentina, Rodrigo ‘sonmonedas’ Perez, is up to #54 in the world. Perez has three wins in July and is up to $880,000 in earnings after being a PocketFives members for just over two full years. A few other players moving up in the top-100 are: Lorenzo Bazei from 71 to 70 papan9_p$ from 73 to 67 Deepincidurr from 103 to 83 ZDARLIGHT23 from 101 to 92 More Millionaires Club Members There are three PocketFives members who have reached $1,000,000 in earnings this past week with England, Russia and the Ukraine all represented. Alex ‘APJennings’ Jennings - The #95 ranked player in the UK, Jennings has over half of his career earnings on 888poker. Alexey ‘kawachi1984’ Chinarev - Chinarev plays near exclusively on PokerStars and recently to second in the Big 109 for over $15,000. Aleks ‘fNx_R’ Trofimenko - Trofimenko is ranked #2 in the Ukraine and has an all-time high ranking of #127 on PocketFives.
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