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  1. [caption width="640"] Upswing Poker and Fernando Habegger present PLO University, the latest learning module from the website. (Upswing photo)[/caption] Upswing Poker is dominating the poker training site landscape with access to premium content unavailable anywhere else. The No Limit Hold’em cash game and tournament lessons offered by Doug Polk, Ryan Fee, and now, Pratyush Buddiga is a step beyond the competition. No Limit is a heavily demanded game by its audience but Upswing is broadening the options available with the introduction of Pot Limit Omaha and PLO University. Leading this new course is Fernando ‘JNandez87’ Habegger. The Swiss-born Habegger started playing online poker in 2006 and made the transition from No Limit to PLO in 2011. Primarily a cash game player, Habegger carries the extensive background required to take on the large task of teaching hundreds and potentially, thousands of students the way of Pot Limit Omaha. Use coupon code 'pocket5s' to sign up for PLO University for just $949 - a $50 savings. Fernando 'JNandez87' Habegger will teach you his closely guarded secrets and take your PLO skills to the next level. BUY IT NOW! Habegger says that the course will include basic strategy concepts for beginning players and will also contain high-level methods for already established players to take their game to the next level. “Beginners learn the fundamental structure of PLO and develop a strong base to develop strategies from. Mid and high stakes players also get a framework to structure their learning process that helps people to continuously improve after going through the course. Both kinds of player also get access to our private community which is active and supportive.” The private community that Habegger speaks of is the Facebook group available to all users with an Upswing Lab subscription. This group allows players to share hands and ideas with one another and also interact with Upswing’s coaches and get their feedback on various situations. From the time he first started playing PLO, Habegger has been on the cutting edge of how the game is advancing and staying ahead of as many learning curves as possible. There are numerous training sites available to receive PLO training from but Habegger believes what he brings to the table for Upswing is one step above the competition. “The material and data in the PLO University are based on hundreds of hours empirical research. It's also been developed after going through hundreds of coaching hours with players from all parts of the world and abilities, it is a proved and improved method of teaching poker strategy. The course also features the effective and efficient use of the most relevant poker software on the market.” Among the influences that Habegger credits for advancing his own learning of Pot Limit Omaha are Ben ‘ben86’ Tollerene and Jens ‘Jeans89’ Kyllönen. Habegger notes the two PLO standouts “have certainly influenced the way I approach and play the game.” He also says he studied each player’s game for over 100 hours each during his own career. All Upswing PLO University students can be sure to see elements of Tollerene and Kyllonen in Habegger’s training module. No Limit Hold’em remains the most popular form of poker in the world but more card rooms in the United States are offering Pot Limit Omaha than ever. The high-variance action of the game combined with the massive pots that play out always leave first time players wanting to come back for more. The players who have put in the hours grinding away know that there is always an edge and are looking to increase it with every session. So why should a novice and a high-stakes player both find themselves enrolled in PLO University? Let Habegger explain. “The PLO University is the most up to date course, based on researched data and put together in a way that makes sense and provides an effective learning path for players at any level. It also has a greatly supportive community behind it, and is the only course created from start to finish by a player with long-term success in mid and high stakes who has also coached over a hundred students.”
  2. [/CAPTION]Ben 'Ben86' Tollerene took down the PokerStars Sunday Grand this week (WPT photo/ Joe Giron)[/CAPTION] Major online poker tournament action continued over the weekend, as large cash prizes were awarded to a number of real money players led by PokerStars player 'geob000' who took down the Sunday Million outright for a score of $149,333. 'BARBARVSSA2' finished second in that event and took home $104,795 while 'ruthless848' received $73,542 for third and 'tonyfellone' walked away with $51,609 for fourth place. 'GeoManousos' won the Sunday Warm-Up and collected $58,070 for the win as 'grapedrink07' placed runner-up and earned $42,140. Veteran high stakes online tournament player Ben 'Bttech86' Tollerene took down the $1,050 buy-in No Limit Hold'em Sunday Grand on PokerStars, earning $53,504. 'MITS 304' took home $40,063 for second place in that tournament as 'Ahhh ls lt?' claimed victory in the Pot Limit Omaha version of that event for $29,176. 'Nelisschuif7' was victorious in the Sunday Supersonic and was awarded $34,028 and 'spawllo' outlasted nearly 30,000 opponents in the Sunday Storm to take home $28,753 as a result of a heads-up deal. Seventh-ranked 'Ariados' of Sweden continued his success at the online poker tables over the weekend with an outright win in the $2,600 buy-in Partypoker Super High Roller for $53,914 while also final-tabling the $530 buy-in version of that event, which was won by 'WeShootItOFC' for $25,344 after a two-way chop. PocketFives member 'deivid29' finished in first place for $27,815 in the 888 Poker WHALE tournament which has a $600 buy-in. The $120k Guaranteed Mega Deep event was won by 'tikkapekka' for $23,794. PokerStars Sunday Million ($200+$15 NLHE) *$1M Guaranteed 5,249 entrants - $1,049,800 paid out to 728 spots geob000 - $149,332.51 BARBARVSSA2 - $104,794.60 ruthless848 - $73,541.63 tonyfellone - $51,609.21 kiely13 - $36,217.78 lilachaa - $25,416.60 flipmm - $17,836.52 mentor1904 - $12,517.08 fergiecfc - $8,784.20 PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up ($200+$15 NLHE) *$350K Guaranteed 1,938 entrants - $387,600 paid out to 278 spots GeoManousos - $58,070.04 grapedrink07 - $42,140.29 suarez_BG - $30,581.21 (Varnatrader) poker@luffyD - $22,192.77 (lovefee) PESCANCO - $16,105.28 Vakio¤Ässä - $11,687.57 evo - $8,481.65 wantme - $6,155.12 BalticMoose - $4,466.77 PokerStars Sunday Grand ($1,000+$50 NLHE) *$225K Guaranteed 281 entrants - $281,000 paid out to 35 spots Ben86 - $53,504.25 (Ben 'Bttech86' Tollerene) MITS 304 - $40,063.06 Andreas 'Hoegh93' Høgh - $29,998.63 bossamtisch - $22,462.54 PoluKalos - $16,819.62 Apotheosis92 - $12,594.27 jayjayme - $9,430.41 PrtyPsux - $7,061.36 wilhasha - $5,287.43 PokerStars Sunday Grand PLO ($1,000+$50 PLO Six-Max) *$100K Guaranteed 139 entrants - $139,000 paid out to 17 spots Ahhh ls lt? - $29,176.46 Dominik 'Bounatirou' Nitsche - $21,903.48 wizowizo - $16,443.51 EEE27 - $12,344.59 jbrown8777 - $9,267.40 Ceegee87 - $6,957.28 PokerStars Sunday Supersonic ($215 NLHE Six Max Hyper Turbo) *$175K Guaranteed 1,017 entrants - $208,241 paid out to 143 spots Nelisschuif7 - $34,028.25 adolfo900 - $22,243.02 gnetaren - $14,539.65 (Sheater) sslazio904 - $9,504.17 timber4483 - $6,212.61 gavonater - $4,061.01 PokerStars Sunday Storm ($10+$1 NLHE) *$275K Guaranteed 29,767 entrants - $297,670 paid out to 4,886 spots spawllo - $28,753.04 Bellebone - $22,251.56 *2-way deal 99-MSI - $15,122.88 Xijz - $10,780.08 nahani6 - $7,684.38 JuVeNicko_93 - $5,477.66 luckern0 - $3,904.62 miljacZG - $2,783.30 merson13 - $1,984.00 partypoker Super High Roller ($2,600 NLHE) *$100K Guaranteed 73 entrants - $182,500 paid out to 11 spots Algorhytm - $53,914 (Ariados) Fitmeisje - $36,666 helicopterben82 - $24,936 sordykrd - $16,958 (Jon 'apestyles' van Fleet) TDurdenWAR - $11,533 (joaomathias) GoMore21 - $7,843 (Sphinx87) onehundredeyes - $7,001 partypoker High Roller ($530 NLHE) *$150K Guaranteed 308 entrants - $154,000 paid out to 48 spots WeShootItOFC - $25,344 Ciao_Polacco - $25,295 *2-way deal ownjin - $15,637 Algorhytm - $11,462 (Ariados) UBolt969 - $8,401 SchelampigaUhu - $6,158 PokerrrrGenius - $4,514 888 Poker WHALE ($600 NLHE) *$120K Guaranteed 239 entrants - $135,035 paid out to 36 spots Hindukrush - $27,615 (deivid29) sephir0t - $20,255 (Rocco 'RoccoGe' Palumbo) thisisgr888 - $15,259 asanisse4 - $11,478 007SHNAIPER - $7,832 d1sclosure - $6,077 (Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard) t54-is_a_*** - $4,726 s3xmach1ne - $3,376 Kaggis - $2,566 888 Poker Mega Deep ($109 NLHE) *$120K Guaranteed 691 entrants - $138,200 paid out to 90 spots tikkapekka - $23,794 V.BlomFan60 - $20,776 *2-way deal Zluka2010 - $13,820 cockbandit44 - $10,365 weneedit - $7,256 ArideontheRV - $5,874 spastatze - $4,492 ZHSS8 - $3,110 omgjefmonier - $1,949 (cedrick1)
  3. The high stakes cash game world takes no time off for the holidays. This December featured more six-figure pots and huge swings. Finishing on top of the leaderboard for the month is ‘RaúlGonzalez.’ The total haul of ‘RaúlGonzalez’ topped out at $521,189 in winnings over the course of 32 sessions. This is according to the data on Highstakesdb.com. It took ‘RaúlGonzalez’ 5,892 hands to reach this total with Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom playing a role in him achieving this number. On December 18, the pair battled in $1,000/$2,000 2-7 Triple Draw and 8-Game mix. ‘RaúlGonzalez’ came out on top in both games and finished the day up almost $220,000. Earlier in the month, ‘RaúlGonzalez’ beat Blom for a comparable amount in the same two games. Of the top-10 winners in D ecember, ‘RaúlGonzalez’ put in the fourth fewest sessions, making the most of his limited volume. ‘RaúlGonzalez’ finished the month with over twice as many winnings as second-place Laszlo ‘omaha4rollz’ Bujtas. In November, Bujtas placed third in the rankings with $150,598 in winnings. This time around, Bujtas has upped that total to $246,988 in 79 sessions and 4,094 hands. Bujtas was on a downward trend heading into the last two months of the year but is now entering 2018 with a profit of almost $400,000 from 2017. Sitting in third place is ‘Grazvis1,’ who put in the most sessions of anyone in the top-10. ‘Grazvis1’ logged on for 166 sessions in December and made $162,163 over their 5,358 hands. December saw ‘Grazvis’ build his graph off a consistent upswing line with Pot Limit Omaha the most played game. Linus 'LLinusLLove' Loeliger jumps in at #4. Loeliger won $148,753 in the previous month despite playing only 1,398 hands in his 37 sessions. If you’re looking for efficiency, Ben ‘Ben86’ Tollerene is the model. In only four sessions, Tollerene racked up $132,460 in 573 hands played. Tollerene dueled against Timofey 'Trueteller' Kuznetsov in $100/$200 PLO on December 31 and earned $109,968. Those winnings came in the span of 374 hands for Tollerene. ‘BlackFortuna’ and ‘Azrarn’ inputted 101 and 94 sessions, respectively and both ended December with over six-figures in winnings. ‘Azrarn’ put in most of their volume in Fixed Limit Hold’em while ‘BlackFortuna’ stuck with Pot Limit Omaha. Following Tollerene’s methodology to play less and profit more is Sami ‘LarsLuzak’ Kelopuro. The Finnish high stakes pro only played 12 sessions and 578 hands but came out on the other side with a $87,297 profit. Kelopuro won most of his buck in $100/$200 PLO, taking over $48,000 of the table on December 28. In 10th place is ‘Truelove13.’ Similar to ‘Azrarn,’ ‘Truelove13’ beasted the FLHE tables to the tune of $83,037 won in 99 sessions. In those 99 sessions, ‘Truelove13’ played 6,661 hands. Bujtas wound up being the only repeat top-10 finished from November. January is a fresh start for all players and it will be interesting to see how the high stakes world shakes out in the next couple of weeks. HighstakesDB Cash Game Results for December RANK PLAYER SESSIONS HANDS PROFIT 1 RaúlGonzalez 32 5,892 $521,189 2 omaha4rollz 79 4,094 $246,988 3 Grazvis1 166 5,358 $162,163 4 LLinusLLove 37 1,398 $148,753 5 Ben86 4 573 $132,460 6 BlackFortuna 101 4,913 $115,531 7 Azrarn 94 6,392 $104,760 8 prot0 54 2,005 $93,042 9 Lrzlzk 12 578 $87,297 10 Truelove13 99 6,661 $83,037
  4. While Sunday marked the beginning of both partypoker Powerfest and the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker, the headlines instead went to 'Bencb789', who came second in the 888poker $100,000 Sunday Whale for $23,680 and helped 'Team BITBRYE' into an early lead against 'Team Sweden' in their six-figure prop bet.Patrick ‘pleno1’ Leonard confirmed earlier this week that he would be teaming up with RaiseYourEdge head coach 'Bencb789' to take part in a six-figure prop bet against the Swedish duo of 'Lena900' and 'C.Darwin2'. As the first day's play came to an end, it was 'Team BITB RYE' who took the advantage after 'Bencb789', playing under the alias 'f0rmEitseGal', pipped 'C.Darwin2' to second place in the 888poker Whale, after the Swede, could only manage a fourth-place finish for $12,160. https://twitter.com/raiseyouredge/status/993353498199638016 It seems this prop bet will be getting a lot of attention over the next few weeks as the four players go to battle across the all the spring online poker events. As the before mentioned PokerStars SCOOP series begun yesterday, the Sunday Million and Sunday Warm-Up are being played out as two-day tournaments and set to resume Monday at 18:00 WET. Ben 'Ben86' Tollerene and 'yongminbae' were the big winners across the completed PokerStars events yesterday after they took down the $2,100 Sunday High Roller and $530 Bounty Builder High Roller respectively. 2015 WCOOP SHR winner 'Ben86' beat 'ekziter' heads-up to claim the $54,358 first-place prize, while 'yongminbae' came through a field of 1,145 entrants and added $46,577 to their bankroll. Also, Roman 'RomeOpro' Romanovsky made the first of his two 'Sunday Major' final tables this week after finishing in fourth-place in the $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $23,926. partypoker began their latest Powerfest series with three $1m Gtd events across its opening day. 1,703 entrants went to battle in the Powerfest #04-HR $530 $1m Gtd Championship Event with 'sk2ll_m0dR' defeating New Zealand's 'hamishc2' heads-up after both players agreed to a deal. 'sk2ll_m0dR' took away $144,874, with 'hamishc2' beating his previous best recorded online cash of $10,375 by some margin after claiming $143,525. 'alex2pairs' was the winner in the Powerfest #03-SHR $5,200 $1m PKO Championship Event for $99,992 after coming through the 196 strong field. 'TorTor2012' took second-place for $72,579 with 'JohnBoy_' winning $51,737 for third. Roman 'SanityWaterline' Romanovsky appeared at his second major final table of the day in the $1,050 Powerfest #05-HR PKO $1m Gtd Championship Event and repeated his earlier fourth-place finish to win $27,272. 'MonkMode' took the victory for $85,914 after beating 'Ignent' into second-place from the 999 player field for $61,538. Sweden's 'Algorhytm' was pipped at the post in the Powerfest #04-H $109 $200k Gtd event and had to settle for the runners-up prize of $29,742. The current PocketFives world no.#7 succumbed to 'omar091365' heads-up who banked $42,038 and the title. As previously mentioned, 'bencb789' was this week's 888poker $100,000 Whale runner-up and it was 'AceSpade11' who had the honor of beating him for the first-place prize of $35,200. Last but not least, 'GangstaGo' turned $215 into $19,500 after coming through a field of 311 entrants in the 888poker Sunday Mega Deep. 'PokerJoe332' was the player to lose the heads-up clash for $14,500, with 'Flopzilla_XD' having to settle for $11,000 in third. Below are this week's Sunday Majors results: PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $150k Gtd 124 entrants, $248,000 prize pool Ben86 - $54,358.15 ekziter - $41,349.46 Idog1974 - $31,453.98 RomeOpro - $23,926.61 Korrinho - $18,200.67 anteen - $13,844.99 Black88 - $10,531.69 hdjgkfkgsdl - $8,011.31 philivey2694 - $6,094.10 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $300k Gtd 1,145 entrants, $572,000 prize pool yongminbae - $46,577.53 WATnlos - $34,140.66 aramesko - $25,025.00 "0PIGGYBANK" - $18,343.24 dominicve - $13,445.53 D_DIGGLER99 - $9,855.53 ElfKicker - $7,224.06 alberto.m7 - $5,295.22 Keep2p34Ch" - $3,881.40 partypoker Powerfest #04-H $109 $200k Gtd 2,601 entrants, $260,100 prize pool omar091365 - $42,038.63 Algorhytm - $29,742.43 guerreirodopano - $19,135.55 erdi1989 - $12,718.89 mwhldwn - $8,843.40 thenewfang - $6,034.32 TriggerWord - $4,161.60 NO_COMPRENDO - $2,653.02 partypoker Powerfest #03-SHR $5,200 $1m Championship Event - PKO 196 entrants, $1,000,000 prize pool alex2pairs - $99,992.56 TorTor2012 - $72,579.20 JohnBoy_ - $51,737.20 mask0ff - $38,251.20 ITISWHATITIZ - $26,972 veniVidi_Vici - $20,596.80 MOTHERSMATTERS - $15,202.40 Cool_Dave - $11,279.02 partypoker Powerfest #04-HR $530 $1m Gtd Championship Event, 1,703 entrants, $1,000,000 prize pool sk2ll_m0dR - $144,874.93* hamishc2 - $143,525.08* FMylife - $77,800 Kaggis_ - $51,900 skoupidotenekes - $36,800 GettinDaize - $25,800 simba8787 - $17,900 Number_Ninjas - $11,800 *denotes a heads-up deal partypoker $1,050 Powerfest #05-HR PKO Championship Event $1m Gtd 999 entrants, $1,018,980 prize pool MonkMode - $85,914 Ignent - $61,538.40 KONY2012 - $40,709.25 SanityWaterline - $27,272.70 JJouhki - $19,330.65 Sr.Penes - $13,686.30 Sizzuurp - $9,590.40 mugggy1 - $6,493.50 888poker $1,050 The $100,000 Whale 126 entrants – $126,000 prize pool AceSpade11 - $35,200 f0rmEitseGal - $23,680 KimberSlice - $17,920 Isildur1337x - $12,160 Pimmelspeck - $8,960 Kotyara1089 - $6,720 allesrigged - $5,440 DrMiKee - $4,480 888Moorman - $3,840 888poker $215 Sunday Mega Deep 311 entrants – $100,000 prize pool GangstaGo - $19,500 PokerJoe332 - $14,500 Flopzilla_XD - $11,000 kocoi10 - $8,000 purplegerbil - $5,500 alexos888 - $4,000 DosPoochies - $3,000 Canette_15 - $2,500
  5. Michiel 'treg' Brummelhuis was the big winner on the first Saturday of the 2018 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker series after he defeated Austria's Linus 'LLinusLLove' Loeliger to earn $194,883. Event #21 (High) saw 552 entrants create a $1,104,000 prize pool after they all stumped up the $2,100 buy-in. Once the final nine came together and the play resumed PocketFivers 'skyboy69', and Andrei 'ragaaaila19' Boghean was eliminated in eighth and sixth place, and took away $24,976 and $44,921 respectively. Ben 'Ben86' Tollerene, who won the PokerStars $2,100 High Roller last Sunday for $54,000, just missed out on the heads-up battle after he fell in third place for $108,354. Dutchman Brummelhuis, who finished in seventh place at the 2013 WSOP Main Event for $1,225,356, was able to find a way to send Loeliger to the rail in second-place for $145,314 and earnt himself a $194,883 payday alongside a coveted SCOOP title. 'KMasalskas' prevented 'alberto.m7' from earning a second SCOOP title of the series in Event #21 (Medium) after the players had agreed to a heads-up deal. 'alberto.m7', who took down Event #12 (High) earlier this week, agreed to a deal with 'KMasalskas' before eventually falling in second-place for $76,335. 'KMasalskas's win earnt them $89,839 and a title of their very own. In Event #21 (Low), 'pl@ta0plomo' outlasted 16,808 other entrants and turned $22 into $36,434, after winning a heads-up battle against 'FeelTh3Power', who took away $26,186 for second place. The UK's Michael 'mczhang' Zhang took his online tournament earnings over the $1m mark after seeing off Finland's Tomi 'elmerixx' Brouk in Event #22 (High). Linus "LLinusLLove" Loeliger made his second SCOOP final table appearance of the day but departed in sixth place before Phill 'Grindation' Mcallister exited in fourth place for $24,960. 'SwalzB' won $35,880 in third as Zhang and Brouk went to battle for the title. Brouk, who is one-third of the 'BITB' staking main coaching team alongside Patrick Leonard and Samuel Vousden, was the final player to depart the field and picked up the runners-up score of $47,892. Zhang continued his excellent 2018 form to add the title to his honours list as well as $68,640 to his bankroll. Event #22 (Medium) saw Canada's Jonas 'donut604' Mackoff outlast Francisco 'chicalltreta' Correia to win $31,233, on a final table that featured 'TiltzPhil', Igor 'Giopires21' Peredo and Vicente 'vicenfish' Delgado. After Mackoff and Correia made it to heads-up play, it was the Canadian who got the better of the Brazilian to earn his second SCOOP title in as many years. In Event #22 (Low), 'Zlushchiy' picked up the first-place prize of $11,921 after coming through the 4,585 field and defeating 'jayme1987' into second place for $8,711. Jerry 'hummylun' Wong went the distance in Event #27 (High) to earn a second career SCOOP title and the first-place prize of $86,046. Their win comes just days after taking the bronze medal in Event #9 (Medium). The other two Event #27 Six Max PKO Turbo tournaments were won by 'JoeGall', who took away $44,569 for victory in the 'Medium', and 'MR.BUMFLUFF' who banked $10,301 for coming through the enormous 20,749 player field in the 'Low'. The final event of Day 7 saw three eight-max PLO8 tournaments take place as '1bloodflood' claimed a win in the 'Low' for $4,964. 'Dorination' saw off two-time SCOOP winner 'lukro8' for the title and $14,574 in the (Medium), and 'fers223' was named the 'High' champion for $35,684 after they defeated former no.#1 ranked Brian 'brianm15' England heads-up. Below are the SCOOP results for Saturday, May 12: Event #20 (Low): $11 Eight Max PLO8 Entrants: 3,534 Prize pool: $34,633.20 1bloodflood - $4,964.61 russiadgl - $3,537.27 netrom84 - $2,521.48 Tube10 - $1,797.40 Nr 1 Enemy - $1,281.24 JJuulliie - $913.31 konna - $651.04 Gibraltarian - $464.08 Event #20 (Medium): $109 Eight Max PLO8 Entrants: 877 Prize pool: $87,700 Dorination - $14,574.28 lukro8 - $10,388.69 Slavik_Krs - $7,405.41 Smertin - $5,278.82 Proacademik - $3,762.93 HeadSpeaker - $2,682.34 SkyScraper93 - $1,912.07 mhugge - $1,362.98 Event #20 (High): $1,050 Eight Max PLO8 Entrants: 177 Prize pool: $177,000 fers223 - $35,684.39 brianm15 - $27,781.19 Zombob0 - $21,628.39 nb_communist - $16,838.29 xpoh1 - $13,109.06 texasilainen - $10,205.76 robc1978 - $7,945.45 Beeethoven87 - $6,185.76 Event #21 (Low): $22 No Limit Hold’em Entrants: 16,809 Prize pool: $336,180 pl@ta0plomo - $36,434.53 FeelTh3Power - $26,186.27 robot_werter - $18,828.13 lyonsden6 - $13,537.59 Duze93 - $9,733.62 snackerdelux - $6,998.56 schimenas - $5,032.00 primkiller - $3,618.03 IQspndR - $2,601.39 Event #21 (Medium): $215 No Limit Hold’em Entrants: 3,376 Prize pool: $675,200 KMasalskas - $89,839.95* alberto.m7 - $76,335.94* KauanAnjos - $49,297.29 SwalzB - $35,140.78 JopperHarryN - $25,049.51 24b4tm4n24 - $17,856.13 dani_sun - $12,728.39 Ballage87 - $9,073.27 AQUA RAIDER - $6,467.74 *denotes heads-up deal Event #21 (High): $2,100 No Limit Hold’em Entrants: 552 Prize pool: $1,104,000 utreg - $194,883.23 LLinusLLove - $145,314.66 Ben86 - $108,354.17 GamadGADOL - $80,794.47 mcc3991 - $60,244.50 ragAAAila19 - $44,921.42 Bit2Easy - $33,495.69 skyboy69 - $24,976.12 com 157 - $18,623.48 Event #22 (Low): $22 Six Max No Limit Hold’em Shootout Entrants: 4,585 Prize pool: $91,700 Zlushchiy - $11,921.00 jayme1987 - $8,711.50 alexxx9366 - $6,419.00 Maestro Shao - $4,126.50 elion22 - $2,292.50 iGrind4Chips - $1,283.80 Event #22 (Medium): $215 Six Max No Limit Hold’em Shootout Entrants: 976 Prize pool: $195,200 donut604 - $31,233.44 chicalltreta - $23,424.00 dudd1 - $17,568.00 TiltzPhil - $11,712.00 GioPires21 - $7,808.00 vicenfish - $4,840.96 Event #22 (High): $2,100 Six Max No Limit Hold’em Shootout Entrants: 156 Prize pool: $312,000 mczhang - $68,640.00 elmerixx - $47,892.00 SwalzB - $35,880.00 Grindation - $24,960.00 cmase86 - $18,720.00 LLinusLLove - $12,480.00 Event #27 (Low): $11 Six Max PKO Turbo Entrants: 20,749 Prize pool: $203,340.20 MR.BUMFLUFF - $10,301.80 JAK-ATTAQ - $7,164.74 lo-fi dream - $4,992.20 Regis R69 - $3,478.44 Thegod84 - $2,423.69 Ässnacke - $1,688.76 Event #27 (Medium): $109 Six Max PKO Turbo Entrants: 6,272 Prize pool: $627,200 JoeGall - $44,569.15 kambo44 - $31,051.60 jeanfranco07 - $21,635.89 zeeh_pb - $15,075.28 DRONCHEK - $10,504.03 David3077 - $7,318.92 Event #27 (High): $1,050 Six Max PKO Turbo Entrants: 1,055 Prize pool: $1,055,000 hummylun - $86,046.93 TonyYayo5 - $59,954.75 henri72 - $41,774.78 jutrack - $29,107.50 TiltMeBig - $20,281.26 tarantaleo - $14,131.40  
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