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  1. It seems that Ukrainian players have decided to make the 2018 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker their own little playground. While Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky has picked up two wins and a High Roller runner-up finish to challenge 'C Darwin2' for the #1 spot in the world, another Ukrainian was busy taking down the first six-figure score of his career. Andriy 'Andre_Hansen' Lyubovetskiy beat out 3,190 other players to win Event #31-High ($530 No Limit Hold'em Sunday Million Special Edition) for $229,784.45. Canada's 'AZNInFiLtRaT' finished runner-up for $162,480.93. 'trickyone14' rounded out the six-figure scores, taking home $114,891.47 for finishing third. 'Slaassh' beat out 11,272 players to win the Medium version of the event to take home $73,676.61 while 'n1ckoftime' earned $9,088.58 for winning the Low version. The biggest winner of the day was Ole 'wizowizo' Schemion. The German-turned-Austrian pocketed $283,260.92 for winning Event #32-High ($10,300 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha High Roller). He topped a final table that included Jorryt 'TheCleaner11' van Hoof and former #1-ranked Joao 'IneedMassari' Simao. 'ROFLshove' added a second SCOOP title to his resume, winning the Event #32-Medium ($1,050 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha) for $121,773.21. The win comes one year after his win in the SCOOP Main Event (Medium). 'NikolayBibov' got the title and $38,283.14 after chopping the Low version of the same event. Rui 'RuiNF' Ferreira topped Event #30-High ($2,100 Six Max No Limit Hold'em) for $196,407.42 and the second SCOOP title of his career. Jerry 'hummylun' Wong picked up his second SCOOP title of 2018 when he beat out 3,151 players to win Event #35 Low ($11 Five Card NLO8 Six Max). He picked up $5,761.37 for the win. Wong's win comes just two days after he won Event #27-High ($1,050 Six Max PKO Turbo) for $86,046.93. Event #28 (High): $530 No Limit Hold'em Entries: 400 Prize pool: $200,000 sincinaty118 - $33,881.86* mjw006 - $29,881.86* pappadogg - $20,500.72 Kaggis - $15,378.04 girafganger - $11,535.40 dev209 - $8,652.96 torino2000 - $6,490.78 EPUBLIC2005 - $4,868.86 rojorulez - $3,652.24 Event #28 (Medium): $55 No Limit Hold'em Entries: 2,059 Prize pool: $102,950 Tripleeeee - $15,406.49 Zluka2010 - $10,981.21 pazipro - $7,827.79 BOKPOWER - $5,579.92 R9elFenomen0 - $3,977.55 Naza114 - $2,835.34 Under sheets - $2,021.13 LIkee - $1,440.73 GuiKsy07 - $1,027.00 Event #28 (Low): $5.50 No Limit Hold'em Entries: 6,358 Prize pool: $31,254.20 calvin7v - $4,431.61 eknuur1227 - $3,044.30 V.Vovchik - $2,093.44 ondrejko99 - $1,439.57 ArT1F1cE_v2 - $989.92 coinflipster - $680.73 Letrix - $468.11 stfc224 - $321.90 Kiweeey - $221.35 Event #29 (High): $1,050 No Limit Hold'em Progressive KO Entries: 746 Prize pool: $746,000 Illini213 - $63,500.05 + $55,080.04 (in bounties) 69sBigLick - $46,501.49 + $9,519.53 (in bounties) MonsieurRask - $34,053.63 + $12,248.05 (in bounties) mjw006 - $24,937.88 + $6,062.50 (in bounties) anteen - $18,262.30 + $3,187.50 (in bounties) MendaLerenda - $13,373.72 + $3,109.38 (in bounties) pm_marke - $9,793.74 + $15,578.12 (in bounties) Sr.Yaro - $7,172.08 + $2,523.44 (in bounties) Event #29 (Medium): $109 No Limit Hold'em Progressive KO (Sunday Kickoff SE) Entries: 746 Prize pool: $424,400 ZIIGMUND FIN - $30,304.95 + $14,577.01 (in bounties) anti-durrr - $21,427.59 + $318.75 (in bounties) JohanGee - $15,151.58 + $4,216.46 (in bounties) Drupeg - $10,713.80 + $3,203.82 (in bounties) Play4livin - $7,575.81 + $781.26 (in bounties) UhhMee - $5,356.90 + $934.37 (in bounties) WOMBAX - $3,787.91 + $3,581.85 (in bounties) Gut$hotter - $2,678.47 + $2,034.23 (in bounties) Event #29 (Low): $11 No Limit Hold'em Progressive KO (Mini Sunday Kickoff SE) Entries: 11,504 Prize pool: $112,739.20 GHRibeiro - $7,204.98 + $3,158.10 (in bounties) sAArrAAdor - $5,130,63 + $246.53 (in bounties) KevFreakinJ - $3,657.29 + $1,220.19 (in bounties) mojacko_king - $2,607.04 + $563.33 (in bounties) trini06 - $1,858.38 + $92.61 (in bounties) mcsven7 - $1,324.71 + 620.19 (in bounties) sandford93 - $944.30 + $325.30 (in bounties) AvSts - $673.13 + $146.28 (in bounties) Event #30 (High): $2,100 Six Max No Limit Hold'em Entrants: 556 Prize pool: $1,112,000 Rui 'RuiNF' Ferreira - $196,407.42 steakaddict. - $140,256.56 07Papi - $100,158.95 Kumari0y - $71,524.72 XD89lol>3 - $51,076.71 Iimitless - $36,747.48 Event #30 (Medium): $215 Six Max No Limit Hold'em (Sunday Warm-Up SE) Entrants: 3,222 Prize pool: $644,400 digopapel - $92,834.09 pablotenisis - $64,682.61 kfuree - $45,069.07 tinchoarce - $31,402.90 pyszalek - $21,880.60 xKoSSSx - $15,245.79 Event #30 (Low): $22 Six Max No Limit Hold'em Entrants: 9.928 Prize pool: $198,560 amsterAKov13 - $26,896.87 Spider91_PL - $18,736.28 cyprusmafia - $13,054.94 bitcoin_rich - $9,096.33 Lunczyk88 - $6,338.09 T-Recz - $4,416.21 Event #31 (High): $530 No Limit Hold'em (Sunday Million SE) Entries: 3,191 Prize pool: $1,595,500 Andre_Hansen - $229,784.45 AZNInFiLtRaT - $162,480.93 trickyone14 - $114,891.47 merla888 - $81,240.62 Tralllle - $57,445.81 Jabba_010 - $40,620.31 dudd1 - $28,722.98 LooseGrinder - $20,310.23 Stavros 'IDOLLS' Kalfas - $14,361.57 Event #31 (Medium): $55 No Limit Hold'em (Mini Sunday Million SE) Entries: 11,273 Prize pool: $563,650 Slaassh - $73,676.61 tbombw - $51,697.92 Svennieee - $36,280.00 Drewfus81 - $25,460.18 Agharazi - $17,867.14 Terao90 - $12,538.61 sabao007 - $8,799.25 Iceasl - $6,175.06 13santoy13 - $4,333.45 Event #31 (Low): $5.50 No Limit Hold'em (Mini Sunday Million SE) Entries: 17,348 Prize pool: $85,005.20 n1ckoftime - $9,088.58 mpaxalos55 - $6,525.34 facunha - $4,691.78 FIKS015 - $3,373.43 SergeyRUS-74 - $2,425.53 Schaphz - $1,743.98 maxallison - $1,253.94 blackbriar10 - $901.59 sherifearp - $648.26 Event #32 (High): $10,300 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha Entries: 126 (88 entries + 38 re-entries) Prize pool: $1,260,000 Ole 'wizowizo' Schemion - $283,260.92 FLATC@T - $217,246.93 pkrbt - $166,617.48 danfiu - $127,787.18 Jorryt 'TheCleaner11' van Hoof - $98,006.32 Joao 'IneedMassari' Simao - $75,165.93 Event #32 (Medium): $1,050 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha Entries: 710 (409 entries + 301 re-entries) Prize pool: $710,000 ROFLshove - $121,773.21 1stalenuts1 - $85,386.09 gorodski - $59,872.17 BiggestFish - $41,981.94 fers223 - $29,437.45 Andre_Hansen - $20,641.33 Event #32 (Low): $109 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha Entries: 2,970 (1,951 entries + 1,019 re-entries) Prize pool: $297,000 NikolayBibov - $38,283.14* icekey888 - $34,662.02* krokotopus - $20,870.93 jonjayven - $14,542.27 jofay - $10,132.68 Smertin - $7,060.16 Event #35 (High): $1,050 Five Card No Limit Omaha Eight or Better Six Max Entries: 233 Prize pool: $233,000 Zombob0 - $45,022.18 nb_communist - $33,472.36 Shanis34 - $24,885.56 shamthedon - $18,501.55 Lena900 - $13,755.27 Mike 'goleafsgoeh' Leah - $10,226.55 Event #35 (Medium): $109 Five Card No Limit Omaha Eight or Better Six Max Entries: 897 Prize pool: $100,000 torsilov - $14,897.49* Sne1231 - $11,533.94* Zelja22 - $9,517.19* Fabahaba - $5,572.48 Freddy[DM[3] - $3,882.75 FONBET_RULIT - $2,705.40 Event #35 (Low): $11 Five Card No Limit Omaha Eight or Better Six Max Entries: 3,152 Prize pool: $40,000 Jerry 'hummylun' Wong - $5,761.37 1YYY - $4,012.66 smattle - $2,795.90 Remirri - $1,948.11 clemideluxed - $1,357.39 Desateur - $945.79
  2. Adnan Hacialioglu needed just seven hours to go from cards in the air to bracelet winner as the Finnish pro made quick work of the final table in Sunday's World Series of Poker Online action. Hacialioglu finished on top of the field that saw almost 2,000 players come out and for his efforts, he earned his first WSOP bracelet, $259,872, and a WSOP Europe Package. The final table was supposed to be nine-handed, but after eliminations at both of the final two tables, the final table saw just eight players featured. Tuen Bui was the first of the eight to bow out. He moved all in from the button for over 2,800,000 with [poker card="Ad"][poker card="Qc"], but in the big blind, Jargo Alavali woke up with pocket aces. The flop of [poker card="Jh"][poker card="5h"][poker card="2s"] left Bui drawing thin. No miracles came for Bui, who took home $28,800 and change for his efforts. On the next knockout hand, the action kicked off with Hacialioglu raising, and one of the big stacks at the time, Niko Koop, three-bet to 1,601,000. Soo Jo Kim moved all in for 3,232,456 next to act. Hacialioglu folded, but Koop called with [poker card="Ac"][poker card="7c"]. He was in rough shape against the [poker card="As"][poker card="Qc"]of Kim, but Koop got new life after the [poker card="9c"][poker card="8h"][poker card="6s"] flop. The [poker card="Td"] turn gave Koop the straight, and Kim wasn't able to catch up on the river. It was at this point that Hacialioglu took over, knocking out every player remaining from there. First, Andriy Lyubovetskiy bounced in sixth place. He moved all in from the small blind with [poker card="Qs"][poker card="8c"], and in the big blind, Hacialioglu called with [poker card="Kh"][poker card="Jh"]The flop of [poker card="Kd"][poker card="4h"][poker card="4s"] left Lyubovetskiy drawing thin, and Hacialioglu hit a full house on the turn to seal the hand. Lyubovetskiy took home for $54,713.88 for his efforts. Jargo Alavali looked like he was going to double up next, getting his money in with pocket aces versus the [poker card="Qs"][poker card="Th"] of Hacialioglu. However, Hacialioglu hit the flop of [poker card="Qd"][poker card="Jh"][poker card="9c"], giving him top pair and a straight draw. The[poker card="7h"] didn't help, but the[poker card="Kc"] river did. Alavali busts in fifth, taking home over $75,000. Koop saw his stack slowly dwindle throughout the final table, and he eventually bowed out in fourth. He got his chips in ahead, with his [poker card="Ah"][poker card="Qd"] up against the [poker card="Kh"][poker card="Jh"] of Hacialioglu. Both players missed the flop, but the [poker card="Ks"] on the turn shot Hacialioglu into the lead. He held that lead on the river, getting play down to just three handed. Tim West started the final table as the short stack, but thanks to a number of double ups, he was able to get all the way up to third before busting. He lost a classic coin flip, holding [poker card="Kc"][poker card="Tc"] against the [poker card="4c"][poker card="4d"] of Hacialioglu. The flop of [poker card="Ac"][poker card="Jh"][poker card="3h"] gave West outs for a broadway straight, but a five and two finished the board, giving Hacialioglu a straight he didn't even need. Heads up play didn’t last long, as Hacialioglu started with a 3:1 chip lead over Robin Berggren. The last hand was another coin flip, as Berggren held [poker card="7d"][poker card="7s"], versus the [poker card="As"][poker card="Qc"] of Hacialioglu. The flop of [poker card="Qd"][poker card="Jd"][poker card="3c"], shot Hacialioglu the lead, and he never gave that lead up. For his dominating performance, Hacialioglu earned $259,842, and his first WSOP bracelet. Final Table Payouts Adnan Hacialioglu – $259,842 Robin Berggren – $197,274 Tim West – $$143,162 Niko Koop – $103,893 Jargo Alavali – $79,395 Andriy Lyubovetskiy – $54,714 Soo Jo Kim – $39,706 Tuen Bui – $28,814 Johan Haugen – $20,911
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