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  1. In an online series that is guaranteed to feature talented final tables, one of the toughest in recent memory took place on Wednesday during the 2021 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. Nine top-tier players, including two former #1-ranked pros and the current All-Time Online Money List leader, played down to a winner in the biggest buy-in event on the SCOOP 2021 schedule. Plus, one of the most accomplished online poker pros in history, finally added a SCOOP title to his resume. It’s safe to say that the final table of Event #43-H ($25,000 NLHE, 8-Max, Super High Roller) was one of the most stacked tournaments of 2021. Of course, when the buy-ins are as big as $25K, it tends to draw online poker’s elite players. Even so, it’s a rarity to be able to look at a final table full table of screen names and be able to identify each and every player based on their outstanding accomplishments. The two-day tournament featured 51 players (with 20 re-entries) to generate a prize pool of $1,741,275 and in the end, it was current All-Time Online Money List leader Joao ‘Naza114’ Vieira who took home the $469,987.05 first-place prize and his fifth career SCOOP title. The victory was a bit of a breakthrough for Vieira who has found himself at plenty of major final tables as of late but despite taking down big scores, hadn’t locked up the outright win since his PokerStars Turbo Series win on February 25. It’s also a career milestone for ‘Naza114’, as the score now serves as the largest recorded online score of his career. Mikita ‘fish2013’ Badziakouski took home the Super High Roller runner-up honors, which was good for $352,019.81, and Christian ‘WATnlos’ Rudolph captured the bronze and booked a $263,662.64. The star power didn’t stop there as former #1’s Niklas ‘Lena900’ Astedt (8th, $62,152.19) and Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford (7th, $82,980.28) were early casualties, while Wiktor ‘limitless’ Malinowski (6th, $110,788.09) and Benjamin ‘bencb789’ Rolle ($147,914.86) both laddered into six-figure scores. Then, falling just outside the top three was Australia’s Michael ‘imluckbox’ Addamo, who fell in fourth place for $197,483.22. After all that he has accomplished in online (and live) poker, it may be surprising to discover that Chris ‘Moorman1’ Moorman hadn’t won a PokerStars SCOOP title until Wednesday night. The former #1-ranked pro finally added that accolade to his poker resume with a win in Event #45-H ($1,050 NLHE, 6-Max) for $78,539.14. Certainly, part of the reason may be that Moorman now calls Las Vegas home. However, this summer, he and his wife Katie Lindsay invested in a property in Mexico which has allowed Moorman to compete on the international stage on a more regular basis. The score ranks in Moorman’s top 20 career score and is his largest of the year. Anton ‘Bomber&Granater’ Wigg was denied his third SCOOP title as the current #24-ranked pro settled for second place and used the $56,390.92 score to leap over $5.5 million in career earnings. ‘BenArfaa10’ rounded out the top three and earned $40,488.58 for their efforts. Earlier in the day, ‘pucho2100’ picked up their first SCOOP victory with a win in Event #41-H ($1,050 NLHE, Deep Stacks). They battled through the 288-entry field to win the $54,837.07 first-place prize. Lucas ‘Bit2Easy’ Reeves came in second place, earning $41,521.49 and Aleksejs ’APonakov’ Ponakov grabbed third place and picked up $31,439.75. The final event of the night was Event #49-H ($1,050 Razz) where ‘Gigaloff’ wrapped up $25,887.50 for first place and their third career SCOOP title. ‘__akun333__’ picked up $17,575 as the runner-up while 'youre' finished in third place and received $13,300. Other winners on Wednesday included ‘Bxrn’ (Event #41-L), ‘missy_gazell’ (Event #41-M), ‘GZingano’ (Event #43-L), ‘Xungazz’ (Event #43-M), ‘Wizzyy10’ (Event #45-L), ‘lamapoopie’ (Event #45-M), ‘monopol’ (Event #49-L), and ‘maxsnel123’ (Event #49-M). Event #41-H ($1,050 NLHE, Deep Stacks) Entries: 288 Prize pool: $288,000 1. pucho2100 - $54,837.07 2. Bit2Easy - $41,521.49 3. APonakov - $31,439.75 Event #43-H ($25,000 NLHE, 8-Max, Super High Roller) Entries: 71 Prize pool: $1,741,275 1. Naza114 - $469,987.05 2. fish2013 - $352,019.81 3. WATnios - $263,662.64 Event #45-H ($1,050 NLHE, 6-Max) Entries: 440 Prize pool: $440,000 1. Moorman1 - $78,539.14 2. Bomber&Granater - $56,390.92 3. BenArfaa10 - $40,488.58 Event #49-H ($1,050 Razz) Entries: 95 Prize pool: $95,000 1. Gigaloff - $25,887.50 2. __akun333__ - $17,575 3. youre - $13,300
  2. 2020 was a career year for UK online crusher Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford who not only spent more than half the year as the #1-ranked player in the world but also earned more than enough PocketFives PLB points to run away as the 2020 Online Poker Player of the Year. For years, Beresford had been considered one of the toughest online poker tournament players in the world, but in 2020 he cemented himself as one of the very best. He hit new heights by earning six six-figure scores, four of which are currently a part of his top-5 results. He also padded his poker resume with victories in high roller events as well as his first PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker title. Beresford’s year got off to a quick start when on January 30 he finished as the runner-up in the GGPoker $2,020 2020 Series Championship for what was easily a new career-high cash of $611,134. Although he settled for second in that spot, Beresford spent the rest of the year finding ways to take home the win in the face of huge paydays at major final tables. For Beresford, those final tables often came with a title attached. He started his 2020 collection in March when he took down the partypoker POWERFEST Event #8 for $70,588. It was then that the online poker industry ramped up its offerings in light of the COVID-19 pandemic which meant more opportunities for players like Beresford. On March 22, he picked up a win in the PokerStars High Rollers Week Kickoff Event ($5,200 NLHE) for $180,438. That fed right into back-to-back six-figure scores, the first of which took place during High Rollers 32 ($5,200 8-Max Main Event) for $378,205. That was closely followed by another huge win in High Rollers 39 ($10,300 NLHE) where Beresford defeated fellow UK pro Michael 'mczhang' Ch Zhang heads up for $239,652. All three of those PokerStars High Rollers victories were good enough to enter Beresford’s top-5 career results. The highlights continued in April as Beresford walked away with the win in the GGPoker GSS #162-HR for $74,066. Then again in May when he picked up a PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker title with a win in Event 32-H ($530 NLHE) for $85,959. It was only fitting that in the middle of his 29-week long run as the #1-ranked player in the world, Beresford took down his first PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker title for $162,674. By the end of the year, Beresford’s lifetime career cashes soared over $14.7 million in earnings and he accumulated 29,804 PLB points, more than 4,000 ahead of Brazil’s Brunno ‘bbotteon’ Botteon who ended the year with 25,730 points. Botteon had a well-documented incredible year in his own right highlighted by a second-place finish in the international leg of the World Series of Poker 2020 Main Event for a career-high score of $1,062,723. He also finished as the runner-up in the WSOP $25,000 Heads Up NLHE event on GGPoker for $622,300 as well as making an appearance at the final table of the WSOP $25,000 NLHE Poker Players Championship where he finished in sixth place for another $388,837. In total, Botteon, who is currently the #1-ranked player in the world, earned 14 of his top 15 scores in 2020, seven of which were good for six-figures or more. The current #2-ranked player, Ivan ‘zufo16’ Zufic also made a run at the Online Player of the Year title by accumulating 23,773 points. The largest score of his year came in August when he earned a WSOP gold bracelet in Event #63 ($500 Mini Main Event) and collected a career-high cash of $843,460. After winning the PocketFives Yearly PLB title in both 2018* and 2019, ‘Lena900’ finished fourth in the 2020 race with 22,918 points. ‘Lena900’ started the year off as the #1-ranked player and held on to it for the better part of five months until Beresford assumed the top spot. Despite everything he’s accomplished in his career, all of his titles, the online great managed to add even more last year. His yearly highlights included a win in the PokerStars Stadium Series for $230,435 which was the third-highest cash of his career plus two WCOOP titles. In total, ‘Lena900’ has extended his lead on the Online All-Time Money List to more than $21.5 million. Former #1-ranked Yuri ‘Yuri Martins’ Dzivielevski finished in fifth place with 20,411 points on the back of his second career WSOP bracelet and three World Championship of Online Poker titles which included one in Event #48-H ($5,200, 8-Max PKO) for a total of $245,000. 2020 Online Poker Player of the Year Standings [table id=150 /] * In previous years, players were awarded the title of PocketFives Yearly PLB winner. This title has been changed to PocketFives Online Player of the Year.
  3. It takes a special player to reach the top of the online poker rankings. In addition to elite skills on the virtual felt resulting in extraordinary results, it requires a dedication to the online grind that provides the amount of volume needed to surpass the competition. This is what makes it so amazing that the UK’s current top talent Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford’s reign at the top of the rankings is closing in on historic highs. Beresford has held on to the #1 spot for more than half of 2020, currently sitting at 26 weeks straight. However, Beresford, who once held a PLB point lead that looked insurmountable, is within striking distance for his fellow online pros for the first time in months. While there are a number of players who could catch Beresford in the upcoming weeks, including current #2 -ranked Ivan ‘zufo16’ Zufic, it might just take a former #1-ranked player to put an end to Beresford’s current hot streak. There are currently 12 former #1-ranked players in the top 100, some of whom it’s been years since they’ve reached the top spot. One thing is for sure, all of them know exactly what is required to get back to the top and take back the throne. The Top 10 The three former #1-ranked players with the best shot at Beresford all are occupying a spot in the top 10. World Series of Poker standout Yuri ‘Yuri Martins’ Dzivielevski has been turning up the heat all summer long and currently sits at #6 in the world. His rise was thanks in part to a pair of six-figure scores in September. The first was his PokerStars WCOOP win in Event #48-H ($5,200 NLHE, PKO, Sunday Slam) which brought him more than $245,000 and 817.01 PLB points. Days later he picked up another $185,350 with a fifth-place finish in the Natural8 Super MILLION$ High Rollers which brought him an additional 703.52. Dzivielevski held on to the #1 spot two different times back in 2014 and while he has some ground to cover, should he continue to put up big numbers he’s got a shot at closing the gap on Beresford. Right behind him at #7 in the rankings is Chris ‘Gettin Daize’ Oliver. The American, who plays out of Costa Rica, last held the top spot in 2010 and now he’s once again in striking distance thanks to his non-stop grind. Oliver’s recent scores include a win in the October 18 PokerStars High Roller Club $1,050 Sunday HR for $48,072 and 500.00 PLB points. He tacked on another 251.80 PLB points on November 8 with a final table finish in the EPT Online Event #3 ($5,200 NLHE, 8-Max, High Roller) for $31,057 and 251.80 PLB points. Sweden’s ‘Lena900’ knows what it’s like to spend extended time at #1, having held the spot for 33 weeks back in 2018-2019. Now, the Swedish superstar, who was the last player to hold #1 before Beresford, is still in the mix thanks to a pair of PokerStars WCOOP wins back in September. He scored a six-figure score by winning Event #39-H ($5,200 PKO High Roller) for more than $200,000 and 753.33 PLB points. He then went back-to-back and grabbed another WCOOP title in Event #44-H ($2,100 NLHE) for $80,642 and 632.46 PLB points. If ‘Lena900’ can rack up more wins like his October 25 score in the PokerStars High Roller Club $1,050 Sunday HR, where he added more than $48,000 to his All-Time Online Money List leading $21.2 million, sooner than later he may just rule the rankings once again. Not Far Behind partypoker ambassador Patrick ‘pleno1’ Leonard last held the top spot just last year and currently sits at #21. Leonard who is known to fire in the biggest buy-in tournaments online built a nice base this summer during WCOOP where he racked up 1,356.38 PLB points. He didn’t have any October scores that added to his rankings performance, but he looks to be back at it in November, which means a good chance he pushed back into the top 20 in upcoming weeks. Sweden’s ’C Darwin2’ is one of online poker’s most prolific players having held the #1 spot eight different times for a total of 66 weeks. He retained a spot in the top 50 this week with a deep run in PokerStars EPT Online Event #5 ($1,050 NLHE, 8-Max, Win The Button) for $5,436 and 130.54 PLB points. He also earned a pair of five-figure scores in the recent PokerStars Bounty Builder Series when he booked the win in Event #37 ($1,050 NLHE Super Tuesday) for $21,522 and 356.37 PLB points. He then finished as the runner-up in Event #164 ($1,050 NLHE, Thursday Thrill) for another $28,844 and 279.91 PLB points. It’s been over four years since Russia’s ‘veeea’ last touched #1, but he’s still one of the most feared online grinders playing today as he sits at #52 in the world. This week alone, ‘veeea’ racked up four PLB-qualifying scores including two wins in the PokerStars High Roller Club for a total of over $17,500. His spotlight score of the month so far came in EPT Online Event #3 where his third-place finish earned him $86,183 and 418.65 PLB points, his 11th largest career online cash. Big Names In The Back Half While they may be in the back half of the top 100, all of these former #1-ranked players have continued to put up impressive results. Former PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker Main Event winner Steven ‘SvZff’ van Zadelhoff touched the top spot in 2017 and currently sits at #61. His victory in the October 18 PokerStars $125 Sunday Subsonic kept him in good shape with a $17,814 score and 316.11 PLB points. It’s been an amazing week for #68-ranked ‘girafganger7’ who has been crushing the PokerStars EPT Online. One day after a final table finish in Event #6 ($10,300 NLHE) for $51,445, he won Event #8 ($2,100 NLHE) for another $96,144 and 707.11 PLB points. He topped that three days later with another win in Event #15 ($10,000 6-Max, High Roller) for $186,238, a top-5 career score. It’s been a year since nosebleed cash game legend Sami ‘LarsLuzak’ Kelopuro first held the #1 ranking. Now, at #75, he continues to turn in impressive tournament results including his runner-up finish in EPT Online Event #5 ($1,050 NLHE, 8-Max, Win The Button) for $34,900 and 321.86 PLB points. Mike ‘telks’ Telker is a true grinder. The American, playing out of Costa Rica like the aforementioned Chris Oliver, has more than $11.7 million in lifetime cashes and was the #1 player in the world back in 2011. Today, he’s ranked #78 and stays there by playing anything and everything on the tournament schedule and booking scores like his deep run in EPT Online Event #1 for $7,058 and 167.79 PLB points. Sweden’s Andreas ‘r4ndomr4gs’ Berggren spent three weeks at #1 back in 2014 and continues to be a force in online poker today. With seven PocketFives Triple Crown awards and just under $14 million in lifetime earnings, Berggren could soar up the rankings at any point using results like his deep run in EPT Online Event #1 where he earned $8,541 and 215.59 PLB points. Finally, Chris ‘moorman1’ Moorman who spent the better part of his summer in Mexico grinding the online events in the World Series of Poker, sits at #90 in the world. After purchasing a house in Mexico, Moorman has been splitting his time between his home in Las Vegas where he grinds on WSOP.com and being able to play against the international player pools as he did on November 10 when he won the $109 NLHE on PokerStars for $3,219 and 123.53 PLB points. Players can qualify for the online poker worldwide rankings by adding their screennames to their PocketFives profile.
  4. The time has come for Croatia's top-ranked online poker pro Ivan ‘zufo16’ Zufic to take his shot at the top spot. After a hot start to the year, Zufic’s results surged this summer and brought him career-defining scores and resume-topping titles. This week, he finally ascended all the way up to take over the worldwide #2 spot from Brazilian powerhouse Brunno ‘bbotteon’ Botteon with only Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford left in his path. Early Returns At the start of the year, Zufic was spending most of his time playing mid-to-high stakes, looking to eclipse a $16,000 career-high score that he had set back in 2019. In April, he was ranked 83rd in the world when he picked up a title in the PokerStars EU Spring Championship of Online Poker for a little over $28,000. The win was not only a mile marker for Zufic but the start of a heater that lasted all summer long. He backed up his new SCOOP title by taking home another trophy in late March in the PokerStars.com SCOOP series. He bested the 630-entry field in Event #81-H ($530 NLHE, 6-Max) for a massive $61,202 score. Then four days later he grabbed a win in the World Series of Poker Circuit Series $250 Daily Special on GGPoker for another $10,965 bringing his weekly PLB point total to more than 631 and putting him as the #1-ranked player in Croatia. Red Hot Summer The hits kept coming for Zufic, who again put himself in a position to hit new career highs. Just one week after taking down the $250 WSOPC side event he did it again, this time in the June 1 edition of the $500 Sunday Main on GGPoker. He outlasted the tough 1,249-entry field to take home $93,755 first-place prize and a new spot inside the worldwide top-50. Zufic continued to rise in the rankings in the following weeks by taking down tough tournaments like the PokerStars $109 Sunday Kickoff and nabbing a podium finish in a WSOP Side Event. However, as good as it was going for him, the best for him was right around the corner. Gold Bracelet Glory Zufic’s poker career would never be the same after August 17 when he took down the 2,055-player field in the 2020 World Series of Poker Online $500 Mini Main Event for a life-changing score of $843,460, far-and-away a new career-high cash. Additionally, Zufic earned himself a place in WSOP history by becoming the first-ever player from Croatia to win a WSOP gold bracelet. Prior to the win, Zufic was ranked 29th in the world, but a win of such magnitude added 2,685.21 PLB points to his total, jettisoning him into the top 10 for the very first time. Even after all that success, Zufic kept on his grind and found success once again on GGPoker. In the September 14 edition of the High Roller MILLION$, Zufic struck gold again and added another $355,375 to his incredible year plus another 1,457.30 PLB. These two scores combined pushed him into the top 10, putting his name among the elite grinders. Throughout his success in some of the biggest tournaments of the summer, Zufic was still grinding a daily schedule. His work ethic can scene in the results which brought him three PocketFives Triple Crown awards this year. He booked his first three victories (on three different networks in the same week) on April 1. He did it again on June 1 as well as September 22, accomplishing a feat three times in the same year that many players will labor to do even once. Despite all his success this year, Zufic is going to need to keep his head down and put in the hours if he hopes to catch Beresford. The current #1-ranked UK grinder is known for putting in plenty of volume and, like Zufic, he is also in the midst of a career year. Currently, just under 2000 PLB points shy of Beresford, it will take some big-time results from Zufic in order to close the gap and for Zufic to make history. But with nine of Zufic’s top-10 career cashes coming this year, he currently has the momentum to possibly make it happen.
  5. With some of the biggest online poker series of the summer concluding last month, it should be no surprise that the PocketFives Monthy PLB race for September was packed with some of the best players the online poker world has to offer. When the dust settled on the World Series of Poker Online series and PokerStars’ 2020 World Championship of Online Poker, it was former #1-ranked grinder Chris ‘Gettin Daize’ Oliver who topped the leaderboard for his fourth career Monthly PLB title. Oliver kicked off September with a massive score on September 1 as he clinched a WCOOP title in Event #10-M ($1,050 NLHE 8-Max, Freezeout, Super Tuesday) for $164,398 and an even 1,000 PLB points. However, as impressive as that six-figure score was, it paled in comparison to his next result which not only made his month but topped his online poker career of more than 13 years. On September 8, he finished in fourth place the WSOP Event #83 ($10K WSOP Super MILLION$) on GGPoker for an online career-high cash of $548,450 plus 1284.49 PLB points. The cash breaks his previous record of $285,311 which he set all the way back in 2012 by finishing as the runner-up in that year's PokerStars TCOOP Main Event. With nearly 125 results in the month, Oliver amassed an amazing 5,161 PLB points which were more than enough to lock up the Monthly PLB award and put an exclamation point on one of his most profitable runs since joining PocketFives back in 2007. Oliver wasn’t the only former #1-ranked player to crack the top 5 in September. Yuri ‘Yuri Martins’ Dzivielevski (3,909 PLB points) finished in the #2 spot and used his September results to continue his climb back into the elite worldwide rankings in an effort to reach the #1 spot he last held in 2015. Like Oliver, Dzivielevski’s month got off to a quick start. On September 1, he picked up one of his many WCOOP titles in Event #09-H ($1,050 NL 2-7 Single Draw) for $21,938 and he followed that up with a fifth-place finish in Event #10-M, the same event Oliver ended up winning, for $44,850. He continued his WCOOP dominance with another title run in Event #20-H ($1,050 HORSE) for $31,115. The biggest of his WCOOP wins came just one week later when Dzivielevski went the distance in Event #48-H ($5,200 NLHE, 8-Max, PKO, Sunday Slam) for $127,410 (plus $118,124.97 in bounties) and a monthly high 817.01 PLB points. That wasn’t the end of the Brazilian’s big month as he added a final table finish in the Super MILLION$ High Roller on Natural8 for another $185,350 which lifted his career online total earnings to over $7.75 million and a spot in the worldwide top-10 rankings, where he currently sits at #6. Fellow Brazilian crusher Brunno ‘bbotteon’ Botteon (3,871 PLB points) wrapped up the month in the #3 spot, thanks to his deep run in one of the biggest heads-up competitions of the year. Coming off a final table finish in the WSOP $25,000 NLH Poker Players Championship where he walked away with over $388,000, Botteon’s confidence carried over to WSOP Event #79 ($25,000 Heads Up NLHE). He weaved his way through the 127 player field to make it to the finals where he ended up falling to Fedor Holz, but walked away with a career-high score of $622,300 and 1,161.52 PLB points. Just three days later, he added a WCOOP title to his resume by winning Event #36-H ($2,100 NLHE Midweek Freeze) for $80,642 and narrowly missed out on another WCOOP victory by finishing in second in Event #48-H ($5,200 NLHE 8-Max, PKO) for another $95,458. The sum of his efforts has made him the #1-ranked player in the poker hotbed of Brazil and he currently sits as the #2-ranked player in the world. Canada’s Mike ‘SirWatts’ Watson (3,818 PLB points) put up consistent results in September, good enough to land him in the #4 spot. Watson went on a run in the second week of the month by first, finishing in third place in the September 7 edition of the Natural8 High Rollers Blade Mulligan for $71,691 and 388.91 PLB points. The next two days must have felt like a reoccurring dream as he finished in third place in WCOOP Event #34-H ($2,100 8-Game) for $25,073 on September 8. Then, the very next day, he notched another third-place finish in WCOOP Event #36-H ($2,100 NLHE Midweek Freeze) for $47,804. While Watson may not have grabbed a gold medal, he does currently sits as the #4 player in the world, a career-high ranking for him. The September top 5 wraps up with the current #1-ranked player in the world, Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford, finding himself on yet another leaderboard. Beresford, who is having a career year in 2020, saw his September highlighted by his first career WCOOP title when he won Event #33-H ($5,200 NLHE 8-Max, High Roller) for $162,674 and 880.34 PLB points. [table id=110 /]
  6. It wasn’t that long ago that a quick scan of the top ten online players in the world would be packed with some of Sweden’s most well-known online grinders. Names like ‘Lena900’, ‘C Darwin2’, Johannes ‘Greenstone25’ Korsar, and Robin ‘robinho’ Ylitalo routinely held down a number of the top spots in a constant battle to rule the online poker rankings. But after a summer of intense action at every major online poker site, the top tier of the worldwide rankings have a new country in control. Brazil boasts 25 of the top 100 players, and four of the country’s elite talent have cracked the top 10. Brazil's most recent rankings surge is led by Brunno ‘bbotteon’ Botteon, who currently ranked as the #2 player in the world, right behind list leader Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford. Botteon started off the year with an improbable day in early January where he finished as the runner-up in the PokerStars Winter Series $530 NLHE Main Event for $196,908 and at the same time came in third place in the Winter Series $5,200 NLHE Main Event for another $265,463. His one day total, which provided him his top two career cashes at the time, totaled more than $462,000. It turns out that it was just the beginning for Botteon. This summer, he continually made headlines with impressive results in some of the most high profile tournaments on the schedule. During the World Series of Poker $25,000 NLH Poker Players Championship, Botteon fought through the 407-entry field to make the final table where he finished in sixth place for what was new career-high cash of $388,837. Days later, he found himself in the finals of the WSOP $25,000 Heads Up NLHE event where he eventually fell to former #1-ranked pro Fedor Holz, but again reached new career highs with a $622,300 score. Although he just missed out on a WSOP gold bracelet, he quickly picked himself back up again and within the week, scored a PokerStars WCOOP title in Event #36-H ($2,100 NLHE Midweek Freeze) for another $80,642. Of Botteon’s six six-figure scores, five have come in 2020 and the accumulation of PLB points has put him as close to Beresford as anyone has been in months. Someone who knows what it’s like to hit that number #1 spot is Botteon’s countryman, Yuri ‘Yuri Martins’ Dzivielevski who currently sits ranked #6 in the world. It’s been five years since Dzivielevski held the top spot but his impressive summer sun run has rocketed him back into ranks of the top 10. Dzivielevski has a history of success during the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker, having won its Main Event back in 2014 for $1.253 million. This year, he struck gold three times including a six-figure score on September 13 in Event #48-H ($5,200 NLHE 8-Max, PKO, Sunday Slam) for which he took home $127,410 plus an additional $118,124 in bounties to create his second-largest online score of all time. Two days later, Dzivielevski found another major score to add to his resume when he took fifth place in the Super MILLION$ High Roller on Natural8 for another $185,350. Dzivielevski’s heater has seen him earn four of his top ten career score this year and has helped him push him past $7.75 million in career earnings. Bruno ‘brunovolks’ Volkmann has been a force in the top 100 for years, hitting his career-high rank of #5 in the world earlier this year. Currently situated at #7, Volkmann has produced consistent results this spring and summer to keep himself in the upper echelon of the rankings. In one incredible week this spring, Volkmann went on a run that produced three of the top 10 scores of his career. It started out with a runner-up finish in the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker Event #64-H ($2,100 NLHE) for $79,295. Three days later he repeated the result, finishing in second place in SCOOP Event #73-M ($215 NLHE Sunday Warm-Up) for $82,739. Then, the very next day Volkmann took to Natural8 and had a final table finish in WSOPC Ring Event #8 High Roller Championship for $249,920, which currently remains his career-high cash. In total, for Volkmann, who has been recording his scores since 2012, nine of his top 25 cashes have come in 2020 and which has helped him add more than $4 million in career earnings in the past three years. The final Brazilian to claim a spot in the top 10 is Belarmino ‘Pagaovelhinho’ De Souza from Santa Catarina. De Souza’s 2020 campaign is easy to envy, replete with five and six-figure scores. His risk in the rankings can be traced back to the end of July when a pair of deep runs in the World Series of Poker Online provided him the PLB push he needed. In WSOP Event #35 ($5,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship), De Souza finished in third place and grabbed a $156,687 score for what was his first career six-figure score. One week later, he nearly grabbed a gold bracelet once again but ended up as the runner-up in Event #44 ($2,500 NLHE 6-Handed) for a new career-high score of $261,249. De Souza’s summer earnings didn’t stop there as he took down the August 10 edition of the High Rollers Blade Mulligan on Natural8 for another $129,101. In just two short years, De Souza has gone from grinding stakes as small as $2.20 to winning SCOOP and Turbo Series titles and nearly taking home a gold bracelet. While these four players are currently vying for their turn in the top spot, there are plenty of talented Brazilian eager to take their place. Some of which have spent time in the top 10 before, like Pedro ‘PaDiLhA SP’ Padilha, and some of which are looking for their big breakthrough, like WSOP bracelet winner Leonardo ‘LeoMattosAK’ Mattos. Although Beresford continues his grip on the top spot, with the top talent continuing to pour out of Brazil, it may just be a matter of time before a Brazilian seizes the #1 ranking for the first time since Joao Mathias held it back in 2016.
  7. In the first week of February 2019, 888poker LIVE makes their return to Aspers Casino in London for their first live event of the year. From February 7-10, 888poker will host another one of their famously fun live events in the heart of London. The Aspers Casino, which played host to nine 888poker events in 2018, will once again be ground zero for the thriving London live scene. The 888poker LIVE Kickoff Event is a £440 buy-in event with a £120,000 guarantee. The tournament has a nice structure for the buy-in. It starts with a 30k starting stack and 40-minute levels. Players can re-enter a maximum of three times in case things don't go according to plan. Also featured is the big blind ante and a 30-second shot clock to make sure the tournament moves along smoothly. A Look Back This event has proven to be an 888poker LIVE favorite. In 2018, players flocked to the Aspers for the event as 547 entries pushed the prize pool to over £216,000. Once the tournament played down to four-handed, and after a few hours of grinding it out, the final four opted for an ICM deal that guaranteed each of them no less than £23,000. With the most chips at the time, UK grinder Jonathan Bowers was crowned the winner and took home £30,630 for his efforts. Bros vs Pros Returns In 2019, the Kickoff Event hopes to be bigger than ever. 888poker is adding to the fun with the return of their Bros vs Pros promotion. One lucky 888poker player will win themselves a trip to London for themselves and two of their best friends. The trio will participate in the festival, battle it out against 888poker ambassadors Vivian Saliba, Ana Marquez, Dominik Nitsche and World Series of Poker Main Event Champion Martin Jacobson. To add to the experience, 888poker will throwing in some Premier League tickets for good measure. Win Your Seat On 888 Of course, players are more than welcome to show up and directly buy in to the events. However, for players looking to get in for the minimum, 888poker is running a series of satellites that start for as little as one cent. 888poker has a series of Steps to Live Events satellites that works their way from $0.01 into shots at winning seats into their live events. A player can start at the very bottom or jump in anywhere in the Steps system and work their way up. In addition to the 888poker Steps to Live Event satellites, 888poker is offering a number of direct satellites to win a seat to the Kickoff Event. Every Tuesday players can win their seat in the $55 Seat Qualifier satellite. One out of every ten players will grab an entry with two seats guaranteed. The $55 satellite can be stepped into through a $5.50 sub-satellite. For players looking for the VIP treatment, every Sunday, through January 31, 2019, there is a $109 satellite that offers the full Kickoff Event Package. Winners of the 888Live London Kickoff Package will receive the £440 entry into the tournament, an extra $300 in travel expenses, some 888poker LIVE gear and $350 for three nights accommodation. These satellites come with a three package guarantee. The $109 satellite for the full package can also be satellites into through a $16.50 sub-satellite. For local value hunters and players looking to take a trip to the wonderful city of London, mark your calendars for February 7-10. Join 888poker, and their team of ambassadors, at the Aspers Casino for the 888poker LIVE London Kickoff Event.
  8. It’s time once again to celebrate the drive of the PocketFives community and some of the major milestones accomplished by those keeping the poker dream alive. Over the past two weeks, some of the biggest names in the online poker game have picked up big-time badges and reached new heights in the rankings. So, let's take a closer look at who has made the the most of the month of March. Steven ‘SvZff’ Van Zadelhoff Eclipses $9 Million Online poker’s king of the keto diet, Steven ‘SvZff’ van Zadelhoff, continues to reap the rewards of putting in the work as he soared past the $9 million mark in total career earnings this month. During his March grind, where he’s has been posting results nearly every day, he has already posted 24 four-figure cashes out of nearly 75 total results. This includes a highlight victory in the March 10 edition of the ACR $20,000 GTD High Roller for over $9,800, the very cash that put him up over the new milestone. van Zadelhoff is Malta's #1-ranked player and a former #1-ranked player in the world. He currently sits just inside the top 50 at #49. ’SvZff’ has been an active PocketFiver for over 10 years and he’s accomplished more than most - a Triple Crown, PLB victories, a WCOOP Main Event champion - taking the title in 2017 for his career-high cash of over $1.6 million - and now he’s headed to the $10 million club. Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford Hits $8 Million The UK’s Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford has long been one of the UK’s very best online players and lately his kicked his career into a new gear. This week, Beresford jettisoned past the $8 million career earnings mark as well as holding down a spot in the worldwide top 10 rankings, currently sitting at #8. The score that put him over the top was a seemingly inconsequential $349 pickup in the March 24 edition of the PokerStars $215 Bounty Builder. But since that relatively minor cash, Beresford has gone on a heater. He has picked up over $60K in cashes this week alone. He has binked three five-figure scores including back to back bronze medal finishes on partypoker on March 24. The first result was in the $150K GTD Sunday High Roller Bounty Hunter for $12,128. At the same time, he was wrapping up the Turbo version of the same event for another $20,067. Beresford is the #3-ranked player in the UK, sitting right behind ‘girafganger7’ and Patrick ‘pleno1’ Leonard. Diego ‘MrBittar’ Bittar Passes $5 Million Brazilian online beast Diego ‘MrBittar’ Bittar also cruised past a massive milestone by earning his $5 million lifetime earnings badge this month. Bittar picked up a final table finish during the March 12 edition of the partypoker High Roller Bounty Hunter $100K GTD for $5,913 to help him clear the marker. In fact, he’s been running good throughout the entire month, picking up a major five-figure victory in the March 7 edition of the PokerStars High Roller Club $530 Bounty Builder for $19,224. He also finished in fourth place in the March 24 partypoker Sunday High Roller Deepstack for $15,600, his second five-figure cash in March. Bittar is currently the #5-ranked Brazilian in the world and ranked #34 in the world. Even More Join The Multi-Millionaire Club A number of PocketFivers continued to climb the Online All-Time Money List this month including Brazil’s Pedro ‘gusma’ Madiera who just passed $4 million lifetime thanks to his cash in the March 24 edition of the PokerStars High Roller Club Sunday 500 for $1,287. Right behind him, passing $3 million in his career is Lithuania’s ‘baneris’. Also from Lithuania, ‘Mikensonas’ joined ’holyguacmole’ from the Netherlands to earn over $2 million lifetime cashes this month. Finally, ‘krafty’, ‘clods’, ‘Flavius_1337’ and ‘BLaaZeKuSH’ all toppled the million dollar mark this month as well. Roman ‘Romeopro’ Romanovsky Takes Over At #1 It was a banner week for long-time crusher Roman ‘Romeopro’ Romanovsky as he, for the very first time in his celebrated career, took over the #1 spot in the worldwide rankings. Other notable moves in the top 100 include the Netherlands #1-ranked ‘Jorizz’ who made a massive jump from #47, into the top 20 for the first time, landing at #14. Additionally, Brazilian crusher ‘geraldocesar’ who, for the third week in a row, touched a new career high, reaching #16 this week.
  9. 'Matze 90451' fought their way to the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million title and added another $107,737 to their bankroll, just a month after winning the PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up. The prize pool was set at $1,031,600 after the event attracted 10,316 entrants, and when the field was cut to the final three, 'SG_Sergant' departed with the bronze medal for $55.692. 'Boss BL' was then the final player to hit the rail for $77,457 following the heads-up battle, and was unable to prevent 'Matze 90451' from winning their second major PokerStars Sunday tournament in the space of just four weeks. Newly crowned world ranked #1 Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky continued their rich vein of form in the online streets after he won the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $56,549. 'bartek901' took third place from the 129 player-field for $33,497 before 'RuiNF' succumbed to the pressure from the Ukranian Romanovsky and departed with $43,523 as runner-up. 'anonymstruts' turned $530 into over $81,000 after victory in the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller. An entrants total of 1,187 created a $593,500 prize pool and a $46,755 top prize. Brazil's 'fviana' exited in third place for $25,120 + $8,965 in bounties, which paved the way for heads-up. 'anonymstruts' then won the final bounty battle and sent 'Faiv' to the rail in second place for $34,271 + $7,287. The PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up saw a $217,000 prize pool created after 1,085 players took part, and when all was said and done it was 'DonPiatniK' who claimed the glory. Czech Republic's 'LlKE A G6' went into the heads-up battle after 'DonPiatniK' after their fellow countryman 'sksjohny' had departed in third place for $18,202, but the Czech was unable to hold out and was the final player to depart, banking $25,315, as 'DonPiatniK' claimed the $35,210 first-place prize. Despite 'POWERFEST' dominating the partypoker Sunday schedule, there were still opportunities to pick up big-money wins in some of the retained regular tournaments on offer. The UK's Conor 'ADRIEN_BRODY' Beresford banked $20,390 after he came through a 196 player-field to win the partypoker $530 Sunday HR Clasico, and 'HeavenlyFather' also secured a top spot with victory in the $530 Sunday High Roller Bounty Hunter for $13,290 + $15,955 in bounties, following a heads-up match against regular online attendee 'Haddoken'. The partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Terminator title worth $41,000 went to 'rafaelmoraesgm' after they got the better of Latvia's #1 'rudiqa1' heads-up. 'MOTHERSMATTERS' took away $12,576 + $4,330 in bounties as the third-place finisher, with 'rudiqa1' banking $17,631 + $10,915 in second. 'Kroat.' won the 888poker $530 $75,000 Rake or Break Whale for $15,750, following a heads-up deal with South Korea's ranked #1 'NEONTIGER'. The 'Rake or Break' feature continued in the 'Whale' for the second week running and once again saw the players $30 registration fee returned after the prize pool failed to hit the guaranteed $75,000. After 'SpitOnGraves' exited in third for $9,100, the final two agreed to a heads-up deal before 'Kroat.' went on the claim the top position. GGPoker offered up two Sunday Blade $5k events to its player's on Sunday and created combined prize pools worth $413,250. 'OtterPop' defeated 'PyramidOfSkulls' heads-up and bested a 40-player field for the $81,050 first-place prize, while 'AceKing41' and 'RuinF' made a heads-up deal worth $68,406, and $69,367 respectively in the second event of the day that attracted 47 entrants. Below is this week's Sunday results: PokerStars $109 Sunday Million $1M Guaranteed 10,316 entrants, $1,031,600 prize pool Matze 90451 - $107,737.84 Boss BL - $77,457.06 SG_Sergant - $55.692.26 Kazeev S.S. - $40,043.20 rpl1973 - $28,791.33 KidPokerSV - $20,701.22 Polcito666 - $14,884.33 stan_09319 - $10,701.92 LuckyNrOneAA - $7,694.70 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $150k Gtd 129 entrants, $258,000 prize pool Romeopro - $56,549.97 RuiNF - $43,523.31 bartek901 - $33,497.45 cassiopak - $25,781.11 Amadi_017 - $19,842.26 IgorKurganov - $15,271.48 Wildace_hun - $11,753.60 Lrslzk - $9,046.07 huang33 - $6,962.25 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $400k Gtd 1,187 entrants, $593,500 prize pool anonymstruts - $46,755.22 + $35,084.37 (in bounties) Faiv - $34,271.00 + $7,287.10 fviana - $25,120.54 + $8,965.33 TheHolland - $18,413.27 + $3,642.58 cartoon2387 - $13,496.90 + $4,361.33 Tomatee - $9,893.19 + $2,890.63 malekfatte - $7,251.70 + $4,844.72 arbaarba - $5,315.47 + $4,257.82 P0KERPR02.0 - $3,896.23 + $5,052.73 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $175k Gtd 1,085 entrants, $217,000 prize pool DonPiatniK - $35,210.03 LlKE A G6 - $25,315.89 sksjohny - $18,202.32 SsicK_OnE - $13,087.63 Crackdel29 - $9,410.11 kofi89 - $6,765.97 thebigdog09 - $4,864.79 Remi Lebo_10 - $3,497.84 Numb3rsABC - $2,514.98 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Terminator $200k Gtd 219 entrants, $223,380 prize pool rafaelmoraesgm - $17,653.79 + $24,890.95 rudiqa1 - $17,631.87 + $10,915.93 MOTHERSMATTERS - $12,576.57 + $4,330.62 madgenius87 - $9,298.24 + $3,071.25 NoTilit - $6,556.45 + $5,866.25 KPitts34 - $5,006.74 + $650 arrowhead76 - $3,695.45 + $2,210 gb618 - $2,741.79 + $5,102.50 partypoker $530 Sunday HR Clasico - $100k Gtd 196 entrants, $100,00 prize pool ADRIEN_BRODY - $20,390 madridgalaxy - $14,800 nepge - $10,550 BuyThaPot - $7,800 CooperKupp - $5,500 SchelampigaUhu - $4,200 Jeff7010 - $3,100 barrm111 - $2,300 partypoker $530 Sunday High Roller Bounty Hunter $150k Gtd 347 entrants, $177,837.50 prize pool HeavenlyFather - $13,290.86 + $15,955.21 haddoken - $13,273.33 + $6,247.71 RovoDice - $9,202.53 + $311.72 AzEsmShark - $6,593.57 + $2,833.17 TheBelster - $4,696.14 + $5,313.60 spinner2255 - $3,481.78 + $623.44 omgitsgiraf - $2,419.22 + $1,591.40 superbyrney - $1,764.61 + $4,909.59 888poker $530 $75,000 Rake or Break Whale 130 entrants – $65,000 prize pool Kroat. - $15,750.41* NEONTIGER - $14,149.59* SpitOnGraves - $9,100 Juliangard - $6,175 kiskutya - $4,550 Pradgen - $3,412.50 DrMiKee - $2,762.50 varonislv - $2,275 GGPoker Sunday Blade $5k $50,000 Gtd 40 entrants – $190,000 prize pool OtterPop - $81,050.92 PyramidOfSkulls - $47,889.08 KenBrynney - $30,889.08 nbvcxz - $18,973.64 SanityWaterline - $11,942.84 GGPoker Sunday Blade $5k $200,000 Gtd 47 entrants – $223,250 prize pool AceKing41 - $68,406.34* RuinF - $69,367.85* Picasso16 - $35,235.52 NOMAMES - $23,666.77 ExclusiveA - $15,896.35 PyramidOfSkulls - $10,677.17 *denotes heads-up deal
  10. partypoker’s POWERFEST continued to bring in big numbers on Thursday as 18 new tournaments took place and over $3.4 million in total prize pools were up for grabs. It doesn’t seem to matter if it's live on online, Hungary’s #1-ranked player Andras ‘probirs’ Nemeth knows how to conquer Super High Roller tournaments. He bested the 127 entries in Event #21 ($1M GTD Championship Event, 8-Max) for $311,150, far-and-away the largest score of the day. The cash will push the #9 ranked player in the world up over $12.5M in lifetime career earnings, good for #5 on the All-Time Online Money List. The Championship Event was replete with some of the brightest stars in online poker. Former #1-ranked player ‘telks’, playing under his partypoker screen name ‘ilove2fish’ took home $222,250 as the runner-up. The UK’s Conor ‘ADRIEN_BRODY’ Beresford, currently the #8 ranked player in the world, finished in third, capturing $158.750 for the bronze. partypoker ambassadors fared well in Event #21 as well with Brazilian superstar Joao ‘joaosimaobh’ Simao taking fourth place for $111,125. Renato 'renaton' Nomura just missed out on the final table, finishing in ninth for $31,750 and Sam Trickett picking up $31,750 for 11th place. Speaking of partypoker ambassadors, Bertrand ‘ElKy_’ Grospellier picked up a POWERFEST title after making a heads up deal in Event #24 ($530 Deep, Turbo, 8-Max). The former PokerStars pro picked up $14,458 for the win, just one day after finishing third in Event #17-HR for over $18,000. Sweden's ‘haddoken’ picked up one of the largest scores of the day, outside of the Championship Event, by taking down Event #23-Super High Roller ($5,200 PLO, 8-Max) for $156,403. POWERFEST #20 (High Roller) $1,050 Deep, 8-Max 209 entries, $209,000 prize pool 1. jizonhisniz - $42,615.10 2. LoSientoGrace - $30,932 3. haddoken - $22,049.50 4. s1xKoMoDe - $16,302 5. NoisiaRadio - $11,495 6. BeforeSunrise - $8,778 7. MOTHERSMATTERS - $6,479 8. PhileasFogg - $4,807 POWERFEST #20 (High) $215 Deep, 8-Max 765 entries, $153,000 prize pool 1. HU_ACE - $27,310.50 2. XINBAMA - $19,431 3. Banicivan - $13,050.90 4. KPitts34 - $8,843.40 5. TaoTeBink - $6,242.40 6. IIIIIIIIIII - $4,498.20 7. ABCpoker911 - $3,213 8. petdet3ctive - $2,233.80 POWERFEST #21 (Super High Roller) $1M Championship Event 127 entries, $1,270,000 prize pool 1. probirs - $311,150 2. llove2fish - $222,250 3. ADRIEN_BRODY - $158,750 4. joaosimaobh - $111,125 5. PokerGirl69 - $82,550 6. shlongoperator - $63,500 7. iTILTuu - $50,800 8. TimeToPardy - $41,275 POWERFEST #22 (High Roller) $2,100 PKO, 8-Max 178 entrants, $364,900 prize pool 1. n1ceFTW - $30,200.31 + $68,184.39 in bounties 2. JWPRODIGY - $30,164.56 + $6,168.75 in bounties 3. Ike_Haxton - $22,019.83 + $7,415.62 in bounties 4. mantelis38 - $15,755.57 + $2,493.75 in bounties 5. rudiga1 - $11,009.91 + $6,890.62 in bounties 6. seijistar - $8,542.17 + $4,528.12 in bounties 7. JimyTransaction - $6,643.91 + $7,481.25 in bounties 8. HellmuthTheGr8 - $5,220.22 + $2,100 in bounties POWERFEST #22 (High) $320 PKO, 8-Max 670 entrants, $206,360 prize pool 1. meatbulmeantula - $14,380.43 + $17,554.76 in bounties 2. llijix133 - $14,360.29 + $5,116.49 in bounties 3. GiGioDoNNa99 - $9,698.32 + $3,563.64 in bounties 4. luffynated - $6,631.61 + $2,478.63 in bounties 5. ICMslut99 - $4,627.73 + $592.50 in bounties 6. kalfucil - $3,365.62 + $2,604.52 in bounties 7. kashmir_uzi - $2,435.65 + $1,239.31 in bounties 8. goiaba22 - $1,704.95 + $1,362.74 in bounties POWERFEST #23 (Super High Roller) $5,200 Pot Limit Omaha, 6-Max 100 entrants, $500,000 prize pool 1. haddoken - $156,403 2. p7p7p7p7 - $97,500 3. CHUFFTY - $60,000 4. Loewe80 - $43,750 5. Skrillexer - $31,250 6. U_goT_BanANa - $21,250 POWERFEST #24 (High Roller) $530 Deep, Turbo, 8-Max 137 entires, $70,212 prize pool 1. ElkY_ - $14,458.39* 2. mantelis38 - $13,268.60 3. backdrunk - $8,425.50 4. rdcrsnn - $5,968.06 5. Iveybluffallin - $4,212.75 6. madgenius87 - $3,335.09 7. JimyTransaction - $2,654.03 8. GreenNaugahyde - $2,106.37 POWERFEST #24 (High) $109 Deep, Turbo, 8-Max 414 entries, $43,056 prize pool 1. neckbre4k - $8,223.99 2. StoreNodder1231 - $5,898.67 3. KKurbel - $4,047.26 4. Hanifbali1 - $2,841.69 5. RuiBouquet - $2,032.24 6. clocolatabianca - $1,481.12 7. Gancas09 - $1,046.26 8. fishdelicious - $762.09 POWERFEST #25 (High Roller) $1,050 PKO, Fast, 8-Max 196 entries, $199,920 prize pool 1. do or die - $15,799.76 + $22,823.13 in bounties 2. AussieOsbourne - $15,780.12 + $3,120 in bounties 3. dotcotton1939 - $11,255.65 + $12,260.62 in bounties 4, Krissyb24 - $8,321.71 + $6,256.25 in bounties 5. seotaij86 - $5,867.87 + $3,087.50 in bounties 6. WhyAlwayzMe -$4,480.92 + $3,802.50 in bounties 7. SouhftfW - $3,307.34 + $3,607.50 in bounties 8. lqq1974 - $2,453.83 + $0.00 in bounties POWERFEST #25 (High) $109 PKO, Fast, 8-Max 705 entries, $73,320 prize pool 1. shortymo03 - $4,939.19 + $6,649.87 in bounties 2. Durdyyy - $4,931.67 + $634.50 in bounties 3. BenRichards1 - $3,314.74 + $1,842.12 in bounties 4. HATE007 - $2,246.09 + $1,031.49 in bounties 5. jaimestaples - $1,585.48 + $474.19 in bounties 6. hondacivic669 - $1,142.47 + $952.59 in bounties 7. ElCHapo14 - $816.05 + $276.75 in bounties 8. tatinho01 - $567.35 + $401.62 in bounties
  11. The UK's Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford battled through 10,931 entrants to win the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million for $112,185. The well-known pro secured his third six-figure online score after a heads-up battle against 'manumanu1985', who banked $81,408 as runner-up. Beresford burst onto the online poker scene back in 2012 after a fifth-place finish in the Sunday Million helped the Brit on his way to becoming one of the most consistent online grinders, reaching #2 in the world rankings in 2016, and securing a SCOOP title in the same year. World ranked #3 'C.Darwin2' topped a 71 player-field to win the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $38,327. Kristen 'krissyb24' Bicknell, Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford, 'hello_totti', and world #1 'Lena900' were among the names to depart during the final table action before 'AAmichiAA' banked $22,149 in third place. 'prebz' was the player to lose out in the final battle and settled for $29,136, as 'C.Darwin2' picked up yet another gold medal. A prize pool of $417,000 was collected in the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller with 'cantstopmeAA' scoring victory to win over $72,000. Canada's 'Bananazoo' exited with the bronze medal alongside $18,934 + $2,537 in bounty prizes, before 'CrazyLissy' lost their bounty in the final battle and departed as runner-up for $25,831 + $6,330. This week's PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up title went to Russia's 'MaxHendrix' following a heads-up deal with 'morans350'. After the 675 player field had been whittled down to the final three, 'kZhh' departed with $12,335, and paved the way for the remaining two players to agree to a money-deal. When the cards were back in the air, 'morans350' saw their run end for $19,264, as 'MaxHendrix' claimed $21,157 and the honors. Over on partypoker there was victorys for 'DontDo_IT', 'wikidipidi', 'akkaakkkaa' and 'PayAndPlay'. 'DontDo_IT' topped an 80 player-fieild in the partypoker $2,100 Sunday High Roller Gladiator to win $17,150 + $19,498 in bounties, while the partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Terminator title went to'wikidipidi' for $13,153 + $16,965 after coming through a 149 entrants. 'akkaakkkaa' was the bounty king in the partypoker $320 Sunday Gladiator and banked $13,652 + $13,823 for their victory, with 'PayAndPlay' crowned the partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Deepstack champion for $23,850. 'BuyUADrank' won the biggest prize on 888poker's Sunday schedule after victory in the $100,000 $215 Sunday Mega Deep for $19,350. 'windiswild' banked $14,500 as runner-up and 'jancsi89' collected $11,000 in third. GGPoker once again saw the Super High Rollers take to the online streets. 'ImLividBuddy' won the $10k Sunday Blade after outlasting a field of 24 players to add a massive $121,638 to their bankroll, with 'PokerBluff1' and 'Chun Lei Zhou' making a deal in the $5k Sunday Blade for $49,001 and $44,086 respectively. Below are this week's results: PokerStars $109 Sunday Million $1M Guaranteed 10,931 entrants, $1,093,100 prize pool 1_conor_b_1 - $112,185 manumanu1985 - $81,408 spanishdj1 - $59,078 BIGHOOPS00 - $42,873 svquit - $31,113 jakubc1 - $22,578 MinReraise - $16,385 GeraldoCesar - $11,891 exculibrus - $8,629 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $75k Gtd 71 entrants, $142,000 prize pool C. Darwin2 - $38,327 prebz - $29,136 AAmichiAA - $22,149 Lena900 - $16,837 hello_totti - $12,799 1_conor_b_1 - $9,730 krissyb24 - $7,396 vovtroy - $5,623 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $300k Gtd 834 entrants, $417,000 prize pool cantstopmeAA - $35,241 + $37,406 CrazyLissy - $25,831 + $6,330 Bananazoo - $18,934 + $2,537 Kobasteris - $13,878 + $6,632 prebz - $10,173 + $3,824 imas.jr - $7,456 + $4,742 girafganger7 - $5,465 + $1,488 random_chu - $4,006 + $1,968 Gedis92 - $2,936 + $1,476 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $100k Gtd 675 entrants, $135,000 prize pool MaxHendrix - $21,157* morans350 - $19,264* kZhh - $12,335 SvZff - $8,951 LeslieGroves - $6,496 pudelpower - $4,714 efkinis24 - $3,421 Denman98 - $2,482 mx.k - $1,801 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Deepstack $50k Gtd 90 entrants, $90,000 prize pool PayAndPlay - $23,850 SovseFlemming - $16,650 GoKartingMark - $11,700 BaBaDeBaBa - $8,100 Geparduz - $6,300 Dandelion32892 -$4,725 Player2341 - $3,825 Sundaynightking - $3,150 BuddyRW - $2,925 partypoker $320 Sunday Gladiator - $150k Gtd 630 entrants, $194,040 prize pool akkaakkkaa - $13,652 + $13,823 CAPN_Crunch - $13,633 + $6,069 M1nchia - $9,251 + $1,466 L.Trundle - $6,368 + $4,580 NowNowNow - $4,454 + $2,473 Joe Panini - $3,236 + $306 TVD_777 - $2,331 + $1,046 traumfanger1 - $1,654 + $1,233 hakunamatata1 - $1,209 + $1,676 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Terminator $100k Gtd 149 entrants, $151,980 prize pool wikidipidi - $13,153 + $16,965 andrkr - $13,138 + $2,307 GurruTeller - $9,560 + $2,015 CocaineKiller - $6,772 + $9,197 ItHasLowEV - $4,780 + $4,160 KKEKJJ13 - $3,784 + $3,770 NowNowNow - $3,011 + $3,347 ENStark - $2,390 + $780 BreakingTheLaw - $1,768 + $1,625 partypoker $2,100 Sunday High Roller Gladiator - $100k Gtd 80 entrants, $164,000 prize pool DontDo_IT - $17,150 + $19,498 BigHoney - $17,134 + $4,200 Sundaynightking - $11,868 + $6,111 PUCKBOUCHARD - $7,912 + $2,362 PayAndPlay - $6,153 + $7,760 BuddyRW - $4,835 + $4,692 kgroqigmqtbmqom - $4,175 + $5,578 onehundredeyez - $3,736 + $2,100 Gadaffi - $3,516 + $3,543 888poker $100,000 $215 Sunday Mega Deep 454 entrants – $100,000 prize pool BuyUADrank - $19,350 windiswild - $14,500 jancsi89 - $11,000 Asmodei10 - $8,250 Good1ratio - $5,700 lwolfwhite - $4,400 Tamzunas - $3,400 KellerA - $2,400 ShipGold - $1,750 GGPoker $10k Sunday Blade $100,000 Gtd 24 entrants, $232,800 prize pool ImLividBuddy - $121,638 SasukeUchiha - $73,581 LaurisL91 - $37,580 GGPoker $5k Sunday Blade $100,000 Gtd 27 entrants, $128,250 prize pool PokerBluff1 - $49,001* Chun Lei Zhou - $44,086* laoban8888 - $21,770 pDNA - $13,384  
  12. Friday was another big day in the 2020 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. Not only were there 18 titles handed out with multiple six-figure scores won but PokerStars also unveiled the extension of the 2020 SCOOP schedule to include 44 more events (132 tournaments) that will keep the series going until May 31 and increase the total guarantees to $135 million. Norwegian pro Preben ‘prebz’ Stokkan took home his first SCOOP title in Event #62-H ($5,200 NLHE 8-Max, PKO). Stokkan outlasted the 235-entry field to capture the $101,026.11 first-place prize plus another $187,921.87 in bounties. His total haul was $275,947.98, the most of any SCOOP player on Friday. The final table of the two-day event was packed with some of online poker’s top talent including Joao ‘Naza114’ Vieira who picked up yet another runner-up finish for $101,025.97 but was only able to add an additional $1,975 in bounties. ‘Pimmss’ finished in third place for $66,626.02 and $18,750 in bounties. Also of note, UK crusher and the new #1-ranked player in the world, Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford finished in fourth place. The score was good for $50,789.66 plus an additional $32,031 in bounties which pushed his lifetime earning across the $11 million mark. Jans "Graftekkel" Arends also pulled down a six-figure score by winning Event #64-H ($2,100 NLHE) for $104,723 and his second career SCOOP title. Brazil’s ‘great dant’ finished right behind Arens and earned $79,295.09 as the runner-up. On their second entry, ‘L1VeYRdrEamS’ wrapped the tournament in third place and added $60,041.19 to their bankroll. Alexander ‘joiso’ Kostritsyn picked up $28,420 and his second 2020 SCOOP title by emerging as the winner from the 116-player field of Event #63-H ($1,050 Razz). ‘Muka82’ settled for second place and $19,720 while Joao ‘Naza114’ Vieira found himself at yet another final table, finishing in third place for $15,080. ‘Harleyy30040’ also took home a big score on Friday, banking $37,792.79 and an additional $51,105.44 in bounties for taking down Event #67-H ($1,050 PLO 6-Max PKO). He finished just ahead of ‘pokerboss24000’ who pulled in $37,792.42 and $2,312.50 in bounties as the runner-up. ‘gavz101’ claimed the bronze and a total score of $32,986.59. Other players who won a SCOOP title on Friday include ‘JManuel94’ (Event #60-L), ‘bacooo’ (Evnet #60-M), ‘Gaelito23’ (Event #62-L), ‘Kebrashmebra’ (Event #62-M), ‘Stakelis24’ (Event 64-M), ‘BigBluffByTJ’ (Event #67-L), ‘Garrin4e’ (Event #67-M), ‘jonasof87’ (Event #68-L), and ‘4bet_me’ (Event #68-M). Event #60-H: $1,050 NLHE 472 entries $472,000 prize pool lopan83 - $84,251.28 YRWTHMELTHR - $63,145.00 IADTTMax - $47,326.30 DEX888 - $35,470.46 kofi89 - $26,584.64 WATnios - $19,924.81 ArtHouse2011 - $14,933.37 HITRII999 - $11,192.34 bah23 - $8,388.52 Event #62-H: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max PKO High Roller] 235 entires $1,175,000 prize pool prebz - $101,026.11 + $174,921.87 in bounties Naza114 - $101,025.97 + $1,975 in bounties Pimmss - $66,626.02 + $18,750.00 in bounties 1_conor_b_1 - $50,789.66 + $32,031.25 in bounties FreeLancerZZ - $38,717.42 + $20,312.50 in bounties XMorphineX - $29,514.70 + $38,203.13 in bounties PaGaOVelhinho - $22,499.31 + $14,531.25 in bounties MissOracle - $17,151.47 + $6,875.00 in bounties Event #63-H: $1,050 Razz 116 entries $116,000 prize pool joiso - $28,420 Muka82 - $19,720 Naza114 - $15,080 toti1992100 - $10,440 Krokom-Dull - $7,540 Little Kraut - $5,800 Colisea - $4,640 borrni21 - $3,480 Event #64-H: $2,100 NLHE 275 entires $550,000 prize pool Graftekkel - $104,723.38 great dant - $79,295.09 L1VeYRdrEamS - $60,041.19 WushuTM - $45,462.39 Negriin - $34,423.51 RuiNF - $26,064.99 Str8$$$Homey - $19,736.09 DEX999 - $14,943.94 josef_shvejk - $11,315.37 Event #67-H: $1,050 PLO [6-Max PKO] 497 entries 497,000 prize pool Harleyy30040 - $37,792.79 + $51,105.44 in bounties pokerboss24000 - $37,792.42 + $2,312.50 in bounties gavz101 - $22,494.39 + $10,492.20 in bounties chininhaltig - $16,066.91 + $1,000 in bounties Adamyid - $11,476.02 + $8,375 in bounties Alexwild89 - $8,196.92 + $5,753.90 in bounties Event #68-H: $1,050 NLHE [6-Max, Turbo, Shootout] 216 entries $216,000 prize pool MITS 304 - $47,520 nkeyno - $33,156 deadfizh - $24,840 OLD TIME GIN - $17,280 QueenTen216 - $12,960 Mukhin1 - $8,640
  13. Over the past 50 years, for many, the World Series of Poker has grown into more than just a poker series. It’s become a pilgrimage of sorts. Players from all over the world head to Las Vegas to take their shot at battling against the best, bringing home a bracelet and possibly be crowned a World Champion. With the WSOP regularly taking place in the U.S., it’s no surprise that American players, far and away, have amassed the most bracelets in WSOP history. It’s nearly 20 times that of the next nearest country. But this year is different and the tables have turned. After the month of July, the focus of the bracelet chase will be handed over to GGPoker where the rest of the world will have the edge on grabbing gold as American players continue to be shut out of the global online poker scene. On GGPoker, players from nations from around the world who wouldn’t otherwise make it to the Rio this summer will be looking to add to their own poker resume while contributing to the WSOP legacy of their country. Brazil It’s no secret Brazilians love their poker. They also love playing online. In the history of PocketFives, four Brazilian players have climbed to the #1 worldwide ranking. But when it comes to the World Series of Poker, Brazil isn’t even in the top 10 countries when it comes to taking down WSOP events. Through the end of 2019, six players have earned a bracelet including one of those former #1-ranked online players, Yuri Martins Dzivielevski. Dzivielevski grabbed his first WSOP win just last year after taking down the $2,500 Mixed Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi/Li 8 or Better event for over $213K. Dzivielevski, partypoker ambassador Joao Simeo, WSOP bracelet winner Andre Akkari, and GGPoker ambassador Felipe Ramos are just some of Brazil's top-flight talent that make it so it wouldn’t be unthinkable for Brazil’s total bracelet count to double in 2020. Canada The truth is, it’s been hard for Canada to compete for bracelets in the U.S. Not because of a lack of talent, there’s more than enough. But because of tax ramifications. When Canadians win at the WSOP they can lose as much as 30% to the US-Canada Tax Treaty, making it hard to be profitable in tournaments. That hasn’t stopped Canada from claiming the #2 spot with 60 total bracelets. Led by Daniel Negreanu and his six wins, Canada boasts numerous multi-time bracelet winners including Greg Mueller, Mark Radoja, Kristen Bicknell and 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Jonathan Duhamel, the first and only Canadian to hold that title. There’s a good chance for Canada to add to their legacy and strengthen their bracelet count in 2020. It’s well known that Negreanu, also a GGPoker ambassador, is going to charging hard for a bracelet with over $500,000 in bracelet bets on the line. Also online crushers like Bicknell, bracelet winner Mike Leah, former #1-ranked PocketFiver Sebastian ‘p0cket00’ Sikorski, and recent PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker winner Mike Watson all have full reign to win without getting punished in the wallet simply for being great. United Kingdom Some of the most colorful characters to grace the World Series of Poker stage have come from the UK. Many of which have contributed to the country’s 51 bracelets. David ‘Devilfish’ Ulliott, Luke Schwartz, Roland de Wolfe, Jake Cody, and Barny Boatman are just some of the legendary names that have posed for a WSOP winner’s photo and elevated the profile of poker in the UK. This year it will be a new crop of players who will lead the charge for England starting with the current #1 ranked online poker player in the world, Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford. In fact, four of the top 20 online players in the world play from the UK including Patrick ‘pleno1’ Leonard and Tyler ‘Wonderboy222’ Goatcher. In the history of the UK, only seven players have earned multiple bracelets and if there’s one player who is a favorite to join that club it would be high roller savant Stephen Chidwick. Chidwick, who holds a bracelet of his own, is one of the most talented tournament players in both the live and online arena. Provided he has the time, he could even have a shot at catching Benny Glaser, who holds the UK’s record as a three-time bracelet winner. Russia Russia and France both have 22 bracelets, but when it comes to playing online Russia gets a definitive edge. It’s impossible to forget the impact that Russian players have had on the World Series of Poker from Ivan Demidov’s runner-up finish the original November Nine for over $5.8 million to Vitaly Lunkin taking down the 40th WSOP Anniversary event for his second gold bracelet. But while Russia is another talent-rich country, it takes a lot of effort to make it from Moscow to the middle of the Amazon Room. While Dennis ‘aDrENalin710’ Strebkov made the journey in 2019 and went home with a bracelet, many of the online crushers from Russia opt to grind online through the summer. It’s those players, like former #1-ranked ‘veeea’, who could break the tie with France this year and tack on to Russia’s total. That is unless Bertrand ‘ElkY’ Grospellier has anything to say about it. The truth is that for many countries, the series on GGPoker can really impact their gold bracelet standing. In China, there are four players who have won a bracelet. With GGPoker’s wide exposure to the Asian market, there’s a very good chance that that club will be adding some new members in 2020. There’s only one bracelet winner from Uruguay, Alex Komaromi, who won his at the WSOPE in 2015. Top-ranked players from Hungary, like ‘Wildace_hun’ have the chance to break a long-standing five-country tie of five bracelets. While none of these countries are going to make up much ground on the 1,1132 bracelets earned by Americans, the gold they take home this summer will be an important part of WSOP, and their countries, legacy in poker.
  14. After a couple of close calls earlier in 2020, former #1-ranked PocketFiver Patrick ‘pleno1’ Leonard has clinched the PocketFives Monthly PLB award for the month of May. With every major online poker site offering a full slate of premium high-stakes events, Leonard could be found in the lobby of nearly every major tournament, living up to his reputation as one of the game’s most dedicated grinders. Although Leonard’s monthly stat sheet is usually replete with impressive scores, this May was exceptional. The partypoker ambassador managed to book a career-high online score last month with his runner-up finish in the World Series of Poker Super Circuit Online $10M Gtd High Roller. The $25,000 buy-in event saw its prize pool swell to over $12.3 million, becoming one of the largest tournaments in online poker history. Leonard’s second-place finish earned him $1,611.342 and a massive 2,320.66 PLB points. The result jettisoned him right past the $10 million mark in lifetime earnings, up to over $11.4 million and into the top 20 on the All-Time Online Money List. His heater certainly didn’t end with his seven-figure score as Leonard also spent tons of time grinding the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. He picked up his first 2020 SCOOP title on May 12 in Event #53-H ($2,100 PLO8, 6-Max) banking $52,606 and 483.74 PLB points. He booked a second 2020 SCOOP win two weeks later in Event #93-H ($215+R NLHE, 8-Max, Turbo) by outlasting the 460 runners to take home the $41,809 first-place prize and another 482.54 PLB points. The exceptional month is just what Leonard needed to lock up the top spot in May. He finished fourth in the PLB chase in February and second in March. This is his first Monthly PLB victory since October 2014. It was going to take a gigantic month for Leonard to top the incredible May performance of Connor ‘blanconegro’ Drinan. Drinan, a PocketFiver since 2007, went on a heater during the PokerStars SCOOP that saw him win an unprecedented five SCOOP titles in a single series, all within two weeks. His run started on May 7 when he won Event #34-H ($530 PLO8, 8-Max) for $34,421. Two days later, he took the title in Event #40-H ($5,200 PLO, 6-Max) for another $152,011. The very next day he was victorious again in Event #45-M ($215 NLO8, 6-Max, PKO) for $28,348. That streak alone had heads turning, but Drinan wasn’t done. He conquered Event #56-H ($1,050 H.O.R.S.E) for $30,233 and finished off his historic heater with his biggest victory of the series, a win in Event #75-H ($10,300 PLO Main Event) for $322,264. His 23 PLB-qualifying cashes have the Chicago native currently sitting as the #1-ranked player in Canada. May was also a big month for the UK’s Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford. Although he didn’t win the Monthly PLB award, as he did in April, it was the month that he became the #1-ranked online poker player in the world for the very first time. On the back of a pair of SCOOP victories, Beresford touched the top spot in the rankings for the first time on May 16 and has held the position for the past three weeks. He grabbed a SCOOP title on May 3 in Event 18-M ($215 NLHE, 8-Max, Turbo, PKO) for over $38,579. He did it again in Event #32-H ($530 NLHE) for $85,959 and a monthly-high PLB score of 732.12. He finished up May with his largest score of the month by finishing third in SCOOP Event #121-H ($1,050 NLHE, 8-Max, PKO) for over $91K. Alex ‘Dynoalot’ Difelice finished May in fourth place after racking up 1,276.54 PLB points for his third-place finish in the 2020 SCOOP Event #74-H ($10,300 Main Event) for $567,776. The deep run in the Main Event was a career-high score for Difelice who finished the month with 24 PLB-qualifying cashes, helping him to his current ranking of #62 in the world. Former #1-ranked PocketFiver, Steven ‘SvZff’ van Zadelhoff rounded out the top five for May. Zadelhoff put in a maximum grind, registering over 200 results and playing buy-ins at every level including picking up victories in the $250 buy-in and $100-buy-in Daily Special on Natural8. His spotlight score in SCOOP Event #48-H ($530 NLHE) where he had a final table finish for over $51,000. PocketFives May Monthly PLB [table id=53 /]
  15. Conor Beresford has held down the #1 spot on the PocketFives Rankings since mid-May but on Wednesday he added something to his list of accomplishments that has been missing until now: a PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker title. Beresford beat fellow Brit Luke 'Bit2Easy' Reeves heads-up to win Event #33 High ($5,200 NLHE High Roller) for a $162,674.33 score and his first WCOOP title. Beresford's previous best WCOOP finish came in 2013 when he finished fourth in a $109 WCOOP Kick-Off event. Reeves wound up earning $125,931.84 for his runner-up finish. German 'Loks82' outlasted 405 other players in Event #32 High ($1,050 NLHE PKO) and then came out on top after the final four players agreed to a deal that chopped up more than $100,000. 'Loks82' took home $26,116.91 from that deal and then added another $35,242.17 worth of bounties. Dzmitry ‘Colisea’ Urbanovich moved into a tie with Dan Kelly for the third most WCOOP titles of all time after shipping Event #34 ($2,100 8-Game). Urbanovich beat a final table that included Mike Watson, Shaun Deeb, and Noah Boeken before finishing the victory off against 'aleksandrs10' heads up. The only players with more WCOOP wins than Urbanovich and Kelly are Deeb (eight wins) and Denis 'aDreNalin710' Strebkov (nine titles). 'Wildace_hun' won his second WCOOP title in as many years by taking down Event #35 High ($2,100 Six Max NLHE Freezeout) to earn $79,781.92. Former #1-ranked Andreas 'mrAndreeew' Berggren finished in second place and walked away with $60,306.92. Boeken took down Event #34 Medium to highlight the other eight winners on Wednesday. Joining Boeken in the winner's circle were 'neto gol' (Event #32 Medium), 'Bellsprout6' (Event #32 Low), 'serggorelyi7' (Event #33 Medium), 'Stakelis24' (Event #33 Low), '4Kings_Hit' (Event #34 Low), 'luk9r' (Event #35 Medium), and 'blebelea' (Event #35 Low). WCOOP #32-H: $1,050 NLHE (PKO, Freezeout) 410 entries $410,000 prize pool Loks82 - $26,116.91* + $35,242.17 William 'hellzito' Arruda - $25,842.91* + $5,468.75 CrazyLissy - $23,892.58* + $11,945.31 Chris 'ImDaNuts' Oliver - $24,997.93* + $5,472.65 WCOOP #32-M: $109 NLHE (PKO, Freezeout) 3,437 entries $343,700 prize pool neto gol - $21,150.08 + $11,891.03 VdZzZ - $21,147.00 + $4,339.58 Vasilevs18 - $12,547.00 + $761.52 WCOOP #32-L: $11 NLHE (PKO, Freezeout) 11,029 entries $108,084.20 prize pool Bellsprout6 - $5,921.21 + $2,479.19 Badinho1989 - $5,909.60 + $859.42 Godzilla06 - $3,381.79 + $186.47 WCOOP #33-H: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max, High Roller] 155 entries $775,000 prize pool Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford - $162.674.33 Luke 'Bit2Easy' Reeves - $125,931.84 Boootsy - $97,488.25 WCOOP #33-M: $530 NLHE [8-Max, Super Tuesday SE] 1,520 entries $760,000 prize pool serggorelyi7 - $115,798.61 nejro141 - $82,544.13 MVPAT - $58,840.34 WCOOP #33-L: $55 NLHE [8-Max, Mini Super Tuesday SE] 8,961 entries $448,000 prize pool Stakelis24 - $62,359.17 wsopbaby - $44,089.50 AAEST - $31,175.94 WCOOP #34-H: $2,100 8-Game 89 entries $178,000 prize pool Dzmitry ‘Colisea’ Urbanovich - $42,536.01 aleksandrs10 - $32,657.23 Mike ‘SirWatts’ Watson - $25,072.79 WCOOP #34-M: $215 8-Game 460 entries $92,000 prize pool Noah ‘Exclusive’ Boeken - $16,471.59 Zhagy27SLO - $11,722.52 eliselnhoj - $8,342.88 WCOOP #34-L: $22 8-Game 2,214 entries $44,280 prize pool 4Kings_Hit - $6,598.53 Spider91_PL - $4,956.36 ShipityShark - $3,202.61 WCOOP #35-H: $2,100 NLHE [6-Max, Freezeout] 186 entries $400,000 prize pool ($28,000 overlay) Wildace_hun - $79,781.92 mrAndreeew - $60,306.92 Jonathan ‘Proudflop’ Proudfoot - $45,585.88 WCOOP #35-M: $215 NLHE [6-Max, Freezeout] 1,303 entries $260,600 prize pool luk9r - $40,722.71 GamadGADOL - $28,373.76 000000000136 - $19,770.02 WCOOP #35-L: $22 NLHE [6-Max, Freezeout] 5,594 entries $111,880 prize pool blebelea - $15,909.90 GUNDIAS - $11,082.26 goonchi - $7,721.81

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