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  1. Charlie Carrel is having himself a pretty good spring. Nine days ago the English poker pro picked up a $600,000 score in a World Poker Tour Online Super High Roller Event. On Sunday he won a PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker title for the third time in his career. Carrel beat Owain 'Sngwonder' Carey heads-up to win Event #70 High ($530 NLHE PKO) to take home $67,468.09 from the prize pool and another $43,912.43 from bounties. Carey wound up with $67,466.41 from the prize pool plus $19,840.02 in bounties. Third place finisher 'HUMAN PIOSOLVER' finished in third place and pockete
  2. The improbable story of John Hesp, the eccentric Englishman that took the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event by storm, is being given the Hollywood treatment. According to The Daily Mail, Hesp’s inspiring fourth place finish in the Main Event for $2.6 million dollars has been optioned by “two renowned movie producers.” This means that in the not-so-distant future Hesp’s trademark colorful coat will be able to be seen in actual technicolor. Fans who followed the Main Event in 2017 will be familiar with his story: a grandfather from East Yorkshire who had played poker about once a month f
  3. The Venetian leads the charge for another week outside of the Rio for large fields and mega prize pools. The latest recipient of a six-figure score in the DeepStack Championship Poker Series is Michael Soyza. The Malaysian defeated 2,877 entrants in the Mid-States Poker Tour $1,600 buy-in $3 million guarantee to collect $588,249. Another Multi-Million Guarantee Crushed Soyza won a live-streamed final table in a Day 3 that lasted for 15 hours. 2018 WPT Fallsview Poker Classic runner-up Ryan Yu held the lead coming into Day 3 and bowed out in ninth place for $62,143. Another Season XVI runner-
  4. [caption width="640"] The Main Event final table starts on Thursday with Scott Blumstein in the lead.[/caption] The third largest Main Event in World Series of Poker history reached a final table in the wee hours of Tuesday morning in Las Vegas and for the first time in ten years, will restart in July as a result of the termination of the “November Nine.” Following seven exciting and simultaneously grueling days of poker, New Jersey’s Scott Blumstein comes in Thursday’s first day of final table play as the chip leader. Blumstein is mostly an online player and made the trip out to La
  5. Sunday was a massive day for online poker with turnouts in tournaments across all sites seeing extraordinary growth. When PokerStars chose March 15 as the date for its 14th Anniversary Sunday Million event, they had no idea that real world events would bring so many players back to the online tables. The $12.5 million guarantee already meant that this event would be the single largest prize pool in PokerStars 19-year history, but it took just under three hours to draw the 62,500 required players that ensured PokerStars wouldn't be out of pocket. Over the next four hours of play, a grand tot
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