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  1. It was another prolific month for New Jersey’s #1-ranked online grinder Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo. Lupo (3,975.55 PLB points) managed to earn results in over 70 tournaments during June, 12 of which he finished in the top three spots. His two largest cashes of the month came from a pair of runner-up finishes. The first came on June 13 in WSOP’s OC Event #46, the $85,000 NLH High Roller, where he added $17,333 to his bankroll and 211.88 PLB points to his total. Then he finished in second again on June 25 during OC Event #94, the $100,000 Sunday Re-entry, for another $24,234/273.30. The latter was Lupo’s top score for the month. In total, Lupo secured 12 PLB-qualifying scores for a total of 1,439.67 PLB points, helping him maintain a thin 119.54 lead over the #2-ranked Michael ‘Gags30’ Gagliano. Galliano (3,856.01), for his part, has been taking time off of the online grind, instead opting to spend his time taking shots at glory during the 49th Annual World Series of Poker. While that doesn’t do anything to help his PLB score, ‘Gags30’ has managed four live scores during the series including bubbling the final table with a 10th-place finish in Event #20: $5,000 No Limit Hold’em for over $27,000. Landing in the #3 spot, David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman (3,818.05) managed to book sixteen four-figure scores in June. However, his highlight cash for the month was not one of his seven podium finishes. Instead, it came from his seventh-place score in WSOP.com’s OC Event #46, the $85,000 High Roller where he took home $5,147 and 99.92 PLB points. Coleman’s grind brought him just a few dollars shy of $45,000 in earnings during the month and has him within 40 PLB points of catching Gagliano for the #2 spot Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon (3,677.31) seemingly couldn’t lose in the month of June. He posted 57 results, 18 of which he finished in the top 3 spots. Of those 18, Kwon won half of them outright. His best two cashes of the month came within two days of each other. First up, Kwon won WSOP.com’s June 17 edition of the $12,500 Weekly Saturday for $4,943. Then on June 19 he backed that up with another win in the PokerStars NJ $250 Super Tuesday for $4,934. In addition to being the #4-ranked player in New Jersey, Kwon is the #349-ranked player in the world. New Jersey’s top 5 is completed this month Jason ‘JLaw’ Lawhun (3,496.89). Lawhun had 12 PLB-qualifying cashes including a monthly high score of $5,349 and 124.50 PLB points in the BorgataPoker.com Mega $535 Tuesday. In fact, the bulk of Lawhun’s June success came on the BorgataPoker.com client as he secured back-to-back runner-up finishes in the Tuesday and Thursday $535 Megas during the week of June 6. Both of which were good for over $4,000. If Lawhun’s July grind turns out anywhere close to his June results, he’ll surpass $900,000 in lifetime earnings as he’s only $13,500 away from that achievement. New Jersey Online Poker Rankings Top 10 RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 centrfieldr 3,975.55 2 Gags30 3856.01 3 dehhhhh 3,818.05 4 ykwon17 3,677.31 5 JLaw 3,496.89 6 shipthesherb 3,356.31 7 Lav519 3,085.31 8 sri100k 2,853.36 9 JohnnnyDrama 2,816.86 10 senor stinks 2,798.69
  2. Another month of an incomplete roster of New Jersey grinders ended the same way June did. Daniel 'centrfieldr' Lupo tops the charts for another month (4.275.97 PLB points) and is the only player in the state over the 4,000 point benchmark. Lupo achieved five wins in July topped off by a $12,950 result on PokerStarsNJ. The NJ Summer Series $1,000 High Roller on July 24 attracted 36 of the state's best and Lupo emerged victoriously by beating competitors Michael 'JohnnnyDrama' Haberman and Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano on the tournament podium. Overall, Lupo earned 12 top-3 finishes and his career online earnings are up to $1.765 million. David 'dehhhhh' Coleman jumped over Gagliano to take second place for this month. Coleman was in Las Vegas for a week at the start of July and overcame the lack of volume to achieve 12 medals and three golds. The last Sunday of the month proved to be a profitable one. Coleman took third place in the PokerStarsNJ $10,000 GTD High Roller and the NJ Summer Series Main Event to top $12,700 in gross earnings. He wasn't done there. The partypokerNJ $40,000 GTD ended with Coleman in the winner's circle to collect the $7,455 first-place prize. Gagliano fell a spot in the rankings but still had himself a productive month. In only a week of play, Gagliano won the NJ Summer Series $25,000 GTD Six-Max for $6,056 and then place third in events on partypokerNJ and PokerStarsNJ. Gagliano's summer in Las Vegas featured six cashes with the best result coming in the $5,000 NLH Big Blind Ante event where he took 10th place for $27,208. Jason 'JLaw' Lawhun and Yong 'ykwon17' Kwon traded spots on the leaderboard at the fourth and fifth positions. Lawhun jumped a spot thanks in part to a full month of volume which equaled 37 cashes. Two of those scores were wins including a July-ending triumph in the $7,500 GTD KO on WSOP.com. The win came with $3,225 to put Lawhun within $80,000 of cracking the $1 million mark in career online earnings. Kwon didn't jump online until the second to last weekend in July. In that span, he gained a single win on partypokerNJ. Overall, his career earnings are up $1.6 million effective, leaving him only $70,000 behind Jeremy 'Jermz' Danger for New Jersey's all-time tournament winner. Ryan 'shipthesherb' Hohner held onto sixth place for another month. Hohner cashed a few times upon his return to New Jersey but is awaiting his first major post-WSOP score. While in Las Vegas for the full summer, Hohner cashed in the WSOP Main Event for $33,305 in 413th place to close out his campaign. Seventh place in the NJ rankings belongs to Haberman. Two wins in the $30 $7,000 GTD R&A on WSOP.com for $6,472 total are the primary highlights of Haberman's online month. He also took third in the WSOP.com $100,000 GTD Sunday Special on July 23 for $10,322. On the live side, Haberman also cashed in the Main Event in the same pay slot as Hohner for his 359th place result. Ted 'ol muggins' Ely jumped back into the rankings with his eighth-place standing. Ely's July included 12 podium results and two wins. The best of the bunch was the July 12 PokerStarsNJ $7,000 GTD Nightly where Ely claimed the $2,364 first-place prize. 'Thatgood45' also joined the top-10 after a strong five wins in July. 'senor stinks' completes the top-10 for the second month in a row. New Jersey Online Poker Rankings Top 10 RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 centrfieldr 4,275.97 2 dehhhhh 3,882.43 3 Gags30 3,535.77 4 JLaw 3,516.90 5 ykwon17 3,220.49 6 shipthesherb 3,090.56 7 JohnnnyDrama 3,034.43 8 ol muggins 3,028.15 9 Thatgood45 2,896.14 10 senor stinks 2,818.28
  3. The United States Online Poker Rankings takes a look at the top online players in the current legalized and regulated markets available in the U.S. Jon 'itsmejon' Borenstein, the #1 ranked player in New Jersey, has made his way to the top of the PocketFives United States Online Poker Rankings. Borenstein is coming off a month of March that saw him land notables scores of $7,114, $4,777, and $4,690, and he kicked off April with a second-place finish on WSOP.com worth $14,858. Borenstein sits atop the leaderboard with 4.304.83 points, which is just more than 100 points ahead of David 'dehhhhh' Coleman in second place. United States Online Poker Rankings Top 10 RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Jon 'itsmejon' Borenstein 4,304.83 2 David 'dehhhhh' Coleman 4,203.27 3 Ryan 'shipthesherb' Hohner 4,086.83 4 Daniel 'centrfieldr' Lupo 4,066.66 5 Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano 4,040.34 6 'Hurricane27' 3,947.15 7 Yong 'ykwon17' Kwon 3,870.66 8 David 'bewater' Goodman 3,822.50 9 Vladimir 'Donate_here' Alexandrov 3,807.28 10 Jed 'JCHAK' Hoffman 3,744.76 Borenstein's $4,690 score in March came from a second-place finish in the WSOP.com $15,000 Weekly Friday [Re-entry, 6 Max], earning him 111.23 points. His $7,114 score was a seventh-place result in WSOP Circuit Event #8 - $100,000 NLH High Roller 6-Max 2x Re-entry (Official Ring Event) for 132.88 points. He followed that performance with a fifth-place finish in the WSOP Circuit Event #9 - $50,000 NLH 2x Re-entry (Official Ring Event) for $4,777 and 110.21 points. Not too far behind Borenstein is Coleman, and he also had himself an impressive month of March. Coleman won the WSOP.com $10,000 Daily [Re-entry] on March 5 for $4,663 and 129.05 points, took second in the WSOP.com Tuesday Showdown - $30,000 GTD [Re-entry] on March 13 for $7,939 and 142.57 points, and won the BorgataPoker.com SUNDAY $35K GTD NLH [3X RE] on March 18 for $7,455 and 187.08 points. Ryan 'shipthesherb' Hohner, who is currently in third place with 4,086.83 points, had a March that was highlighted by a second place finish in the WSOP Circuit Event #8 - $100,000 NLH High Roller 6-Max 2x Re-entry (Official Ring Event) on March 6. In that event, Hohner won $29,185 and earned 281.77 points. He also had a pair of final table finishes in the WSOP.com $20,000 Weekly Tuesday [Re-entry] in back-to-back weeks to close out the month, finishing fourth on March 20 for $2,740 and 80.56 points and second on March 27 for $5,997 and 125.78 points. Rounding out the top five were Daniel 'centrfieldr' Lupo and Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano, both regulars at the top of the PocketFives United States Online Poker Rankings.
  4. The United States Online Poker Rankings takes a look at the top online players in the current legalized and regulated markets available in the U.S. For the second month in a row New Jersey’s Ryan ‘shipthesherb’ Hohner sits atop the leaderboard for the PocketFives United States Online Poker Rankings. Hohner’s (4,597.95 PLB points) been finding plenty of success online in the last month with 13 four-figure cashes and a pair of five-figure scores since the beginning of May. His spotlight score was a victory in Event #27 of PokerStars New Jersey Spring Championship of Online Poker where he not only added an NJSCOOP title to his resume but also $16,827. He backed that up in the May 29 edition of the WSOP.com Tuesday Showdown, picking up the win and an additional $12,049. Hohner has accumulated 14 PLB-qualifying cashes since the beginning of May resulting in an impressive 1683.90 PLB bump, good enough to rank him not just #1 in the United States but #182 in the world. Additionally, this month Hohner earned his $1M badge, soaring over the $1,000,000 lifetime earnings mark. If all that wasn’t enough for the New Jersey grinder, he also made his way to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker, finishing in 155th place in the largest live tournament of all time, The Big 50, for over $7,000. United States Online Poker Rankings Top 10 RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Ryan 'shipthesherb' Hohner 4597.95 2 Daniel 'centrfieldr' Lupo 4364.26 3 Yong 'ykwon17' Kwon 4244.85 4 David 'dehhhhh' Coleman 4143.13 5 Matthew 'MattEMenz' Mendez 3986.00 6 Mike 'Lav519' Lavenburg 3964.95 7 Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano 3956.22 8 Jon 'itsmejon' Borenstein 3953.03 9 Vladimir 'Donate_here' Alexandrov 3778.16 10 Brian 'bexel' Sherrier 3687.06   Not far behind Hohner is Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo (4,364.26), currently the #2-ranked player in the U.S. Lupo absolutely crushed the recently completed PokerStars NJSCOOP earning himself five titles including a five-figure score in Event #4-H ($300, NLHE Sunday Special) for $12,263. More recently, Lupo has been grinding the WSOP.com OC series, taking down Event #7 ($50,000 Sunday 6 Max) for $20,336 and 291.09 PLB points. Holding in the #3 spot is Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon (4244.85) who not only has not only been on a non-stop online grind since the beginning on May, right through the first weeks of June but manages to add a World Series of Poker bracelet to his resume. Kwon topped the 1,965 player field to take down WSOP Event #7: $400 WSOP.com Online No Limit Hold’em for a career-high cash of $165,263. Not only did Kwon have to deal with some of the elite online grinders but both Dan ‘MeatJustice’ O’Brien and 15-time WSOP gold bracelet winner Phil ‘lumestackin’ Hellmuth made the final table. In the end, Kwon stood alone claiming the first online bracelet of 2019. David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman (4143.13) slipped back to the #4 spot this month however he still had a remarkable run in the month of May. He won back-to-back NJSCOOP titles when he took down Event #39-H ($100 NLHE SuperSonic Hyper-Turbo) for $2,429 and then finished in first the next day in Event #40-H ($100 NLHE Nightly Stars Wrap-Up) for another $4,269. In between those two title runs, he also won the Sunday $35K GTD over on BorgataPoker.com for another $7,455. He has yet to produce an online result in the month of June, however, he did make a deep live run in the 2019 WSOP Millionaire Maker for over $4,500. Rounding out the top 5 is Matthew ‘MattEMenz’ Mendez (3986.00) who also boosted his ranking with a pair of NJSCOOP title runs. He took down his first NJSCOOP by winning Event #37-L ($50 NLHE Main Event) for $6,761 and 200.00 PLB points. The same day he closed out Event #38-H ($150 Pot Limit Omaha Six Max) for another $3,545. New Jersey Online Poker Rankings Top 5 New Jersey online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 shipthesherb 4597.95 2 centrfieldr 4364.26 3 ykwon17 4244.85 4 dehhhhh 4143.13 5 MattEMenz 3986.00 Nevada Online Poker Rankings Top 5 Nevada online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 JCHAK 3559.54 2 bewater 3257.51 3 Bamatide88 3217.78 4 bcm4924 3012.90 5 wsopfreezer 2378.01 Pennsylvania Online Poker Rankings Top 5 Pennsylvania online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 thaiha91 1983.11 2 RyJS 1108.76 3 Billypoker101 977.94 4 sr86 933.29 5 Head218 800.22
  5. After his World Series of Poker online bracelet win earlier in June, New Jersey’s Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon (aka ‘LuckySpewy1’) sits atop the PocketFives United States Online Poker Rankings. Kwon (5,909 PLB points) had a stellar start to the month thanks to his June 2 victory in WSOP Event #7 ($400 Online NLHE Bracelet Event) where he took home a career-high cash of $165,263, 1,008.46 PLB points and his first World Series of Poker gold bracelet. Since that score, Kwon continued to pile up PLB points by as he picked up outright victories in eight different online events, including WSOP.com’s OC #35 ($300,000 GTD Player Appreciation Tournament) where he earned his second six-figure score of the month ($121,730) and another hefty dose (719.11) of PLB points. While other players opted to put in a live grind in Las Vegas at the Rio, Kwon continued his online grind throughout the month of June and it really paid off. Not only is he currently sitting as the #1-ranked player in the US, he’s ranked a career-best #82 in the world and he also added over $352,000 in earnings during the month. Now Kwon sits just $10K shy of $2.5m in lifetime career earnings and should he continue to grind as he did in June, he’s likely to be a major player in the U.S. Online Poker Rankings for many months to come. United States Online Poker Rankings Top 10 RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon 5909 2 Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo 5622 3 Ryan ‘shipthesherb’ Hohner 4799 4 Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov 4498 5 Michael ‘Gags30’ Gagliano 3901 6 David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman 3836 7 Mike ‘Lav519’ Lavenburg 3772 8 Jon ‘itsmejon’ Borenstein 3739 9 Matthew ‘MattEMenz’ Mendez 3593 10 Michael 'JohnnnyDrama' Haberman 3583 Sitting in the #2 spot in the U.S. is Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo (5,622) who, like Kwon, celebrated a World Series of Poker bracelet victory in June as well. On June 20, the New Jersey online grinder took down WSOP Event #48 ($500 Online NLHE Turbo) for $145,273 and his first gold bracelet. Lupo picked up 12 PLB-qualifying cashes including highlight victories in the June 3 WSOP.com OC #7 ($50,000 NLH Sunday Six Max) for $20,336 and 291.09 PLB points and OC #100 ($50,000 NLH Tuesday Showdown) for another $19,511 and 207.26 PLB points. In total, Lupo pulled in over 40 cashes for just over $249,000 for the month. The victory also catapulted Lupo to a new career-high worldwide ranking where he currently sits at #89 in the world. After spending two months in the #1 spot, Ryan ‘shipthesherb’ Hohner (4,799) falls to the #3 ranking this month. It’s completely understandable as Hohner spent part of June in Las Vegas playing live at the World Series of Poker and putting in light online volume. However, when Hohner was online he really made it count. He racked up four PLB qualifying scores including four four-figure scores during WSOP.com’s OC. One of Hohner’s spotlight scores came during WSOP.com’s OC #99 ($85,000 NLH High Roller) where he finished in fifth place taking home $9,550 and 131.55 PLB points. Like both Kwon and Lupo, Hohner is also at a current all-time high in the worldwide rankings, currently sitting at #140. Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov (4,498) surged into the #4 spot in the U.S. with the help of a couple of final table appearances during the WSOP.com OC series. On June 24, Alexandrov finished in fourth place in Event # 92 ($50,000 NLH) for $11,369 and 177.98 PLB points. He then backed it up two days later with another fourth-place result in Event #99 ($85,000 NLH High Roller) for $11,938 and 150.39 PLB points. Alexandrov accumulated eight PLB qualifying scores in June putting him only 301 points behind Hohner. Wrapping up the current top 5 is Michael ‘Gags30’ Gagliano (3,901). After recording some early cashes in the live arena at the World Series of Poker early in June, ‘Gags’ turned his attention back to the online grind later in the month. In total, the New Jersey pro recorded seven online results, three of which were good for PLB points including a victory in the June 23 edition of the PokerStars NJ Sunday Special for $6,900 and 173.21 PLB points. New Jersey Online Poker Rankings Top 5 New Jersey online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 ykwon17 5909 2 centrfieldr 5622 3 shipthesherb 4799 4 Donate_here 4498 5 Gags30 3901 Nevada Online Poker Rankings Top 5 Nevada online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 JCHAK 3380 2 Bamatide88 3115 3 bcm4924 2963 4 bewater 2917 5 wsopfreezer 2075 Pennsylvania Online Poker Rankings Top 5 Pennsylvania online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 thaiha91 2034 2 RyJS 1052 3 Billypoker101 906 4 sr86 827 5 Head218 774
  6. It’s been years since an American, playing online poker inside the United States, took down the Monthy PLB award. Sure, Alex Foxen, an American, took home the award just last month but he was playing from his home in Canada. However, since Black Friday it’s been nearly impossible for a player grinding the regulated U.S. online poker sites available to them to add a monthly PLB achievement to their resume - but in June, it happened. New Jersey-based online pro Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon (3,129 PLB points) not only rose to the top of the U.S. Online Poker Rankings, but he grinded his way to the June Monthly PLB award thanks to a pair of major six-figure scores - one of which was good for a World Series of Poker gold bracelet. The stars seemingly aligned allowing for Kwon’s June success. PokerStars' and partypoker’s spring series had come to an end allowing many major players to take some time away from the online grind. Additionally, many regular online pros, including the likes of ‘lena900’ and Patrick ‘pleno1’ Leonard, heading out to Las Vegas to take a shot in the 2019 World Series of Poker. Those factors wouldn’t be enough. Kwon had to crush the month of June and he did just that. As previously mentioned, Kwon took down WSOP Event #7 ($400 NLHE Online Bracelet Event) for a career-high cash of $165,263 and a massive 1,008 PLB haul. He followed that up a week later by winning WSOP.com’s OC #35 ($300,000 GTD Player Appreciation Tournament) for another $121,730 and 799.11 PLB points. In total, Kwon registered 10 PLB-qualifying cashes all of which were good for at least four-figures bringing him over $352,000 in total earnings for the month. His performance and results in New Jersey brought him over 3,000 PLB points and were good enough to lead the entire world in the month of June. PocketFives June Monthly PLB Leaderboard RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Yong 'ykwon17' Kwon 3129 2 Daniel 'centrfieldr' Lupo 2556 3 Patrick 'thebigdog09' Brooks 2417 4 'x_zola25' 2391 5 Chris 'Gettin Daize' Oliver 2165 6 Jordan 'JWPRODIGY' Westmorland 2090 7 Jerry 'perrymejsen' Odeen 1919 8 'Sheater' 1877 9 'panic.player' 1709 10 Doug 'OU_dlanger610' Lang 1707 If it weren’t amazing enough that Kwon would take the June title, another New Jersey player rose to the #2 spot this month. Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo (2,556) also leveraged a WSOP bracelet win for big time PLB points when he celebrated a victory in the WSOP Event #46 ($500 NLHE Turbo Online Bracelet Event) for $145,274 and 891.52 PLB points. Lupo also managed nine outright victories in June for nearly $250,000 in total earnings, helping him hit a career-high worldwide ranking of #89 in the world. The UK’s #7-ranked online player Patrick ‘thebogdog09’ Brooks (2,417) finished the month in third place. His highlight score of the month came with an outright victory in the June 23 edition of the PokerStars High Roller Club ($1,050 Sunday Warm-Up) for $31,485 and 387.30 PLB points. Brooks put in a massive grind throughout June, registering 144 cashes for over $136,000 in total earnings. He currently sits ranked at #61 in the world, just down from his career high of #49. The #4 spot in June went to Denmark’s #1-ranked player ‘x_zola25’ (2,391). ‘x_zola25’ had nine PLB-qualifing cashes including a victory in PokerStars UFC KO Poker Series 22 ($530 NLHE High Roller) for $18,212 and 316.23 PLB points. He also managed a pair of other High Roller victories earlier in the month when he took down the June 10 edition of the PokerStars High Roller Club $530 Daily Supersonic for $12,785 and completed the feat again on June 14 in the High Roller Club $530 Bounty Builder for another $10,966. Closing out the top 5 for the month of June is former #1-ranked PocketFiver Chris ‘Getting Daize’ Oliver (2,165). Oliver picked up a spotlight victory in the June 16 edition of the PokerStars High Roller Club $530 Sunday 500 for $22,414 and 340.59 PLB points as one of his 11 podium finishes in the month.
  7. Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon (aka ‘LuckySpewy1’) maintained his #1 spot in the PocketFives United States Online Poker Rankings for another month after he moved to the top of the leaderboard following his World Series of Poker online bracelet win. Kwon currently sits atop the PocketFives USA Online Poker Rankings with 5,914 points. Since the last update, Kwon added three victories, one second-place finish, and one third-place finish in New Jersey online poker tournaments. The three tournaments he won were the PokerStars NJ Nightly Stars $100, $7,000 Gtd for $2,045 and 86.23 points on July 7, the WSOP NJ $7,500 Weekly Sunday Turbo Deepstack [Freezeout] for $2,797 and 101.41 points on July 22, and the WSOP NJ $10,000 Weekly Sunday PLO [Re-entry, 6 Max] for $4,130 and 108.63 points also on July 22. July 22 proved even more awesome for Kwon because that’s the day he took third in the partypoker NJ SUNDAY $35K GTD NLH [3X RE] for $3,815 and 96.77 points. Overall, Kwon now has more than $2.5 million in lifetime online tournament earnings. United States Online Poker Rankings Top 10 RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon 5,914 2 Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo 5,489 3 Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov 4,705 4 Ryan ‘shipthesherb’ Hohner 4,658 5 David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman 4,309 6 Matthew ‘MattEMenz’ Mendez 3,549 7 Jon ‘itsmejon’ Borenstein 3,547 8 Michael 'JohnnnyDrama' Haberman 3,481 9 Matt ‘papamat25’ Iles 3,593 10 Jason ‘JLaw’ Lawhun 3,583 Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo keeps his second-place ranking with 5,489 points. His biggest score came in July 22 when he took sixth place in the WSOP NJ $30,000 Weekly Sunday [Re-entry, 6 Max] for $3,287 and 74.48 points. On July 31, Lupo won the WSOP NJ $7,000 Daily [R&A] for $2,830 and 102.39 points. Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov advanced his ranking by one spot, moving up from last update’s #4 position to #3. His volume wasn’t as great as some of the others to make the top 10, but Alexandrov made up for it with some bigger results. Since our last update, Alexandrov has had scores of $7,541, $7,463, $7,261, and $5,920. He won two tournaments on July 17, won another on July 18, and then a fourth on July 22. Of those big scores, the largest came from a fifth-place finish in the WSOP NJ $50,000 Monthly Sunday [Re-entry, 6 Max], also earning him 116.17 points. With Alexandrov’s rise to the #3 spot, Ryan ‘shipthesherb’ Hohner dropped back to #4. David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman comes in at #5 and he moved up one spot after being at #6 the last time we checked in. Of note, Michael ‘Gags30’ Gagliano dropped out of the top 10 altogether, falling from #5 to what is currently #13. Mike ‘Lav519’ Lavenburg also fell out of the top 10, going from #7 to #16. Those two departures made way for Matt ‘papamat25’ Iles (#9) and Jason ‘JLaw’ Lawhun (#10) to move into the top 10 of the PocketFives United States Online Poker Rankings. New Jersey Online Poker Rankings Top 5 New Jersey online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon 5,914 2 Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo 5,489 3 Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov 4,705 4 Ryan ‘shipthesherb’ Hohner 4,658 5 David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman 4,309 Nevada Online Poker Rankings Top 5 Nevada online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Jed 'JCHAK' Hoffman 3,235 2 David 'bewater' Goodman 3,084 3 Tanner 'Bamatide88' Bibat 2,912 4 Bobby 'bcm4924' McLawhorn 2,665 5 PunnyYouSayThat 2,129 Pennsylvania Online Poker Rankings Top 5 Pennsylvania online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Thai 'thaiha91' Ha 1,550 2 RyJS 936 3 Chris 'Billypoker101' Bilinsky 849 4 Aleksey 'Naluneabezshapki' Shestyan 788 5 sr86 691
  8. It’s another month at the top of the PocketFives United States Online Poker Rankings for New Jersey online poker grinder Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon. After taking the first couple of weeks in August off, Kwon soon himself back on the online grind picking up PLB-qualifying scores in bunches. Throughout the second half of the month, Kwon racked up four qualifying scores and nine cashes worth four-figures or more. Kwon’s highlight score was a final table finish in the August 14 edition of the WSOP.com Tuesday Showdown where he picked up $4,810. In total, he amassed of over $27,000 in cashes for the month. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker NJ"][ptable zone="GG Poker"] Kwon’s September is shaping up to be more of the same with two first-place finishes already under his belt including a victory in the September 10 Super Tuesday on PokerStarsNJ for $4,806. His success not only has him as the #1-ranked player in the U.S., but he also sits at #55 in the world. United States Online Poker Rankings Top 10 RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Yong 'ykwon17' Kwon 5409 2 Daniel 'centrfieldr' Lupo 5339 3 Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov 4847 4 David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman 4586 5 Ryan ‘shipthesherb’ Hohner 4267 6 Jon ‘itsmejon’ Borenstein 3592 7 Michael ‘JohnnnyDrama’ Haberman 3579 8 Jason ‘JLaw’ Lawhun 3496 9 Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano 3327 10 Matthew ‘MattEMenz’ Mendez 3282 In past months, since his WSOP online bracelet win, Kwon has held a commanding lead in the rankings. This month, however, the #2-ranked Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo closed the gap and currently sits only 70 PLB points behind Kwon. It’s been a good month for Lupo who finds himself sitting at a career-high rank of #57 in the world. His rise in the rankings can be attributed to nine PLB-qualifying cashes, three of which were outright victories. His largest score in August was his victory in the August 12 edition of WSOP.com’s $30,000 Weekly Sunday Six Max where Lupo took home a $12,852 score. Two weeks later he nearly repeated the feat, coming up just short finishing as the runner up in the same tournament for another $7,229 payday. Another New Jersey player sitting at a career-high in the Worldwide Rankings is Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov. Alexandrov maintains his #3 ranking in the U.S. for another month but rose to #87 in the world on the back of 11 PLB-qualifying cashes in August. In total, he accumulated 1,220.63 points and just over $66,500 in the month. Even though he had four victories in the month, his largest score came from his runner-up finish in the August 19 edition of WSOP.com’s $100,000 GTD Sunday where he won $17,624 and 222.47 PLB points. David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman jumped up one spot in the U.S. Rankings to #4 by amassing a string of four-figure score in August. Coleman grinded his way to 22 four-figure scores in a month where he added over $76,000 to his already impressive $2.29 million in career online earnings. Coleman also picked up a five-figure cash when he defeated Daniel Lupo heads up in the August 26 WSOP.com $30,000 Weekly Sunday and picked up $12,852. Like a number of his peers, Coleman is enjoying a career-high rank in the Worldwide Rankings, currently sitting at #104 in the world. After taking some time off in July, Ryan ‘shipthesherb’ Hohner added a little more volume in August. Dropping to the #5 rank, Hohner still managed to pick up some impressive scores as well three outright victories. His spotlight score for the month came on August 14 when he took down the WSOP.com $20,000 Weekly Tuesday for just over $9,000 and 178.01 PLB points. Hohner’s September is headed in the right direction as well having just locked up a five-figure score in the September 9 $30,000 Weekly Sunday on WSOP.com for $13,870. Below are the current top 5 rankings for the U.S. regulated states of New Jersey, Nevada, and Pennsylvania, which is expected to go live with regulated online poker this October. New Jersey Online Poker Rankings Top 5 New Jersey online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon 5409 2 Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo 5339 3 Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov 4847 4 David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman 4586 5 Ryan ‘shipthesherb’ Hohner 4267   Nevada Online Poker Rankings Top 5 Nevada online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Jed ‘JCHAK’ Hoffman 2975 2 David ‘bewater’ Goodman 2916 3 PunnyYouSayThat 2618 4 Tanner ‘Bamatide88’ Bibat 2518 5 Bobby ‘bcm4924’ McLawhorn 2302 Pennsylvania Online Poker Rankings Top 5 Pennsylvania online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Thai ‘thaiha91’ Ha 1314 2 Chris ‘Billypoker101’ Bilinsky 810 3 RyJS 763 4 sr86 604 5 Head218 578
  9. Yet again, Yong 'ykwon17' Kwon (aka 'LuckySpewy1'), is atop the PocketFives United States Online Poker Rankings, as he continues to crush tournaments out of New Jersey. Kwon has 5,205 points, which is ore than 300 points ahead of Daniel 'centrfieldr' Lupo in second place. Kwon has been charging hard in the online poker streets daily, and we don’t expect he’ll be slowing down anytime soon, especially with the WSOP.com Fall Online Championships running for much of October. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker NJ"][ptable zone="GG Poker"] Kwon has been a fixture on the podium of online poker tournaments in recent weeks, with 22 top-three finishes dating back to September 1. Over that time period, he has seven victories. Kwon's most recent win came in the PokerStars NJ Sunday High Roller [6-Max] - $500, $8,000 Gtd on October 6, when he took first place for $5,640 and 106.21 points. On September 26, he won the PokerStars NJ $250 Thursday Thrill [Progressive KO], $5,000 Gtd for $1,767 and 69.11 points. Kwon’s biggest score dating back to the beginning of September was a third-place finish in the WSOP.com $30,000 Weekly Sunday [Re-entry, 6 Max] on September 23 for $6,837 and 122.45 points. Overall, Kwon now has more than $2.6 million in lifetime online tournament earnings. U.S. Online Poker Rankings Top 10 RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon 5,205 2 Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo 4,885 3 David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman 4,748 4 Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov 4,550 5 Ryan ‘shipthesherb’ Hohner 4,198 6 Jon ‘itsmejon’ Borenstein 4,043 7 Jason ‘JLaw’ Lawhun 3,879 8 Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano 3,612 9 Mike 'Lav519' Lavenburg 3,595 10 Michael 'JohnnnyDrama' Haberman 3,423 Plenty of notable names make up the top 10 of the PocketFives U.S. Online Poker Rankings, including the aforementioned Lupo in second with 4,885 points, David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman in third with 4,748 points, Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov in fourth with 4,550 points, and Ryan 'shipthesherb' Hohner with 4,198 points. As you can expect, Kwon also leads the New Jersey Online Poker Rankings, which has the exact same top 10 leaderboard as the U.S. Online Poker Rankings. It’s not until you get to #12 on the U.S. Online Poker Rankings leaderboard that you find someone from outside of New Jersey. That someone would be David ‘bewater’ Goodman who plays out of Nevada and is the new top-ranked player in the Nevada Online Poker Rankings after overtaking Jed ‘JCHAK’ Hoffman. Goodman has booked nine four-figure cashes going back to the start of September, including three wins for nearly $16,000 combined in a one-week span, all coming on WSOP.com. He won the $15,000 Weekly Friday [Re-entry, 6 Max] on September 14 for $5,294 and 128.62 points, the $15,000 Weekly Sunday Deepstack [R&A, Super Addon] on September 16 for $5,565 and 143.57 points, and the $15,000 GTD Circuit Warm-Up Turbo Deepstack [Re-entry] on September 21 for $4,855 and 132.87 points. Goodman also took fourth in the WSOP Circuit Event #12 - $100,000 NLH Double Stack 2x Re-entry (Official Ring Event) on September 29 for $7,262 and 142.25 points. Checking in on Pennsylvania, where regulated PA online poker is set to launch soon, Thai 'thaiha91' Ha is still atop the Pennsylvania Online Poker Rankings with 1,281 points. Ha has quite the lead over his fellow competitors, as he’s up nearly 500 points on Chris ‘Billypoker101’ Bilinsky. New Jersey Online Poker Rankings Top 5 New Jersey online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon 5,205 2 Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo 4,885 3 David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman 4,748 4 Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov 4,550 5 Ryan ‘shipthesherb’ Hohner 4,198 Nevada Online Poker Rankings Top 5 Nevada online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 David ‘bewater’ Goodman 3,171 2 Jed 'JCHAK' Hoffman 2,978 3 PunnyYouSayThat 2,539 4 Tanner 'Bamatide88' Bibat 2,531 5 Bobby 'bcm4924' McLawhorn 2,266 Pennsylvania Online Poker Rankings Top 5 Pennsylvania online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Thai 'thaiha91' Ha 1,281 2 Chris ‘Billypoker101’ Bilinsky 807 3 RyJS 711 4 Andrew ‘Head218’ Carnevale 600 5 sr86 521
  10. After two full weeks of online poker action, the WSOP.com’s Fall Online Championships concluded this weekend as '49ersuited' took down the $175K GTD Main Event for $55,120. For the better part of October, players from Nevada and New Jersey battled for more than $1 million in guaranteed prize pools over a schedule that saw 36 of the 37 events crush their guarantees. The enthusiasm for the Fall Online Championships saw U.S. based players eager to take shots in nearly every event. The WSOP.com's $1 million total prize pool guarantee was easily met as, over the course of two weeks, players generated prize pools of over $1.5 million. [ptable zone="NJ Online Poker Promos"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] The majority of the tournaments saw guarantees exceed by thousands of dollars, including the $175,000 Guaranteed Main Event. ’49ersuited’ was the biggest winner of the entire series. They outlasted the 280-entry field of the $525 buy-in, $175,000 guaranteed Main Event for a $55,120 payday. The $212,000 Main Event prize pool offered five of the final nine players five-figure scores including runner-up ‘bustinballs’ who after narrowly missing out on the victory, took home $31,800. ‘Shiraz007’ booked a $18,656 score for their third-place Main Event finish. Five-Figure Scores The Main Event wasn’t the only opportunity for players to take a shot at a high five-figure score. There were a number of Fall Online Championship winners that booked a bankroll boosting win. Very early in the series, ‘pashock’ defeated a field of 325 entries to take down Event #2 ($100,000 No Limit Hold’em Sunday Special Edition) for $27,846. In Event #7 ($50,000 Special Tuesday Showdown), the larger $500 buy-in made it so the 100 players field gave ‘burgersssss’ the opportunity to win the $24,223.29 first-place prize. New Jersey’s Mike ‘Lav519’ Lavenburg added to his $1.5 million in career earnings when on he won Event #18 ($100,000 No Limit Hold’em Sunday Special) for a massive $33,930 payday. The $320 tournament saw 254 entries generate a $130,500 prize pool, giving Lavenburg the third biggest payday of the entire series. Just ahead of Lavenburg was another US online poker pro as David ‘bewater’ Goodman won Event #23 - $85,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller. The $1,000 buy-in had 78 players and 57 re-entries push the prize pool to over $128K and gave the #1-player in Nevada $36,743.62 for the victory. The amount was good enough to push Goodman up over $1.6 million in career earnings. Big Names Battling Over the course of two weeks, the Fall Online Championships saw some of the top-tier U.S. based online poker talent battle for the titles. New Jersey by-way-of Pennsylvania grinder Anthony ‘flawlessbink’ Maio was the winner in Event #4 - $25,000 No Limit Hold’em w/ Re-entry where he took home $9,435.06 for first while Nevada’s #3-ranked ‘Bamatide88’ took home the gold medal in Event #9 - $20,000 No Limit Hold’em Six Max for over $8,400. The United State’s current #2-ranked grinder Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo was the winner of the few PLO tournaments offered as he took down Event #28 - $10,000 PLO Six Max for $3,643.20 which helped him inch closer to the $3 million in career earnings milestone. Although he didn’t pick up a Fall Online Championships title, Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon, the #1-ranked player in the US, did cash in nine of the events, earning over $10K in the two weeks. WSOP.com Fall Online Championships Winners # EVENT WINNER AMOUNT 1 Fall OC #1 - $25,000 NLH [R&A] Katie1972 $8,582.00 2 Fall OC #2 - $100,000 NLH Sunday Special Edition [Re-entry] pashock $27,846.00 3 Fall OC #3 - $20,000 NLH 4-Max [R&A] wsop1959 $7,824.60 4 Fall OC #4 - $25,000 NLH [Re-entry] flawlessbink $9,435.06 5 Fall OC #5 - $15,000 NLH 8×8 [8R, 8-Max, Turbo] ladyfingers $4,681.60 6 Fall OC #6 - $12,500 NLH [Knockout] Tommy_Nubs $4,406.68 7 Fall OC #7 - $50,000 Special Tuesday Showdown [Re-entry] burgersssss $24,223.29 8 Fall OC #8 - $15,000 NLH [Re-entry, Super Turbo] LeftSid3 $6,015.76 9 Fall OC #9 - $20,000 NLH 6-Max [Re-entry] bamatide88 $8,495.28 10 Fall OC #10 - $10,000 NLH [R&A, Turbo] tc_ownz $4,629.62 11 Fall OC #11 - $15,000 NLH [R&A] zackattack $5,654.04 12 Fall OC #12 - $15,000 NLH [Freezeout] jchak $5,387.98 13 Fall OC #13 - $15,000 NLH 6-Max [Re-entry] pure_reason $5,464.80 14 Fall OC #14 - $12,500 NLH Turbo Deepstack llareuqnoc $4,473.73 15 Fall OC #15 - $20,000 NLH [R&A] Mahakala108 $6,675.76 16 Fall OC #16 - $15,000 NLH [Re-entry] freshness4 $5,762.88 17 Fall OC #17 - $22,222 NLH [R&A] IQ84. $5,444.39 18 Fall OC #18 - $100,000 NLH Sunday Special Edition [Re-entry] mygame $33,930.00 19 Fall OC #19 - $15,000 NLH [Freezeout] letsplay77 $6,912.88 20 Fall OC #20 - $15,000 NLH [R&A] LASVEGAS17 $6,559.28 21 Fall OC #21 - $12,500 NLH Monster Stack [R&A, Super Turbo] CAPPED redsoxnets5 $5,148.55 22 Fall OC #22 - $20,000 NLH [R&A] Quasar $8,179,49 23 Fall OC #23 - $85,000 NLH High Roller [Re-entry, 6-Max] bewater $36,743.62 24 Fall OC #24 - $15,000 NLH [Knockout] avocadotoast $6,166.16 + $1,200 in bounties 25 Fall OC #25 - $20,000 NLH Deepstack Super Addon [R&A] JoelEmbiid21 $7,504.14 26 Fall OC #26 - $15,000 NLH [Re-entry] Panoramic $7,501.68 27 Fall OC #27 - $30,000 NLH 6-Max [Re-entry] Robotbob47 $13,308.96 28 Fall OC #28 - $10,000 PLO 6-Max [R&A] centrfieldr $3,643.20 29 Fall OC #29 - $15,000 NLH [R&A] stewhunger $4,986.24 30 Fall OC #30 - $15,000 NLH [Re-entry] srl50k $6,582.60 31 Fall OC #31 - $15,000 NLH [Re-entry, 6-Max] harry24k44 $5,996.10 32 Fall OC #32 - $15,000 NLH Deepstack [R&A] BIG_MACE $5,913.74 33 Fall OC #33 - $30,000 NLH Special Sunday Deepstack [R&A, Super Addon] lowrider711 $10,593.08 34 Fall OC #34 - $175,000 NLH Main Event [Re-entry] 49ersuited $55,120.00 35 Fall OC #35 - $30,000 NLH [Freezeout] ybluffme $11,236.00 36 Fall OC #36 - $30,000 PLO High Roller [Re-entry, 6-Max] .BEAST. $11,931.85 37 Fall OC #37 - $20,000 NLH Deepstack [Turbo, Re-entry] sri50k $7,435.90
  11. New Jersey online grinder Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon’s reign atop the PocketFives United States Online Poker Rankings continues. After a busy October filled with both the WSOP.com’s Fall Online Championships and PokerStars NJ’s New Jersey Championship of Online Poker, Kwon sits atop the leaderboard with 5,227 points. Since our last update, Kwon accumulated eight more PLB-qualifying scores including a victory in the October 25 NJCOOP Event #37 ($150 NLHE Turbo) for $3,438 and 122.51 PLB points. His largest score over the past month came during the WSOP.com’s Fall OC $50,000 Special Tuesday Showdown where a final table finish brought him $5,382 and another 94.46 PLB points. During the month of October, Kwon racked up 19 five-figure scores for a total of more than $70,000 in earnings. In addition to being ranked #1 in the U.S., he currently sits ranked at #73 in the world and is rapidly approaching $2.7 million in career online earnings. U.S. Online Poker Rankings Top 10 RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon 5,227 2 Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo 4,912 3 David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman 4,828 4 Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov 4,586 5 Jon ‘itsmejon’ Borenstein 4,299 6 Mike ‘Lav519’ Lavenburg 4,198 7 Ryan ‘shipthesherb’ Hohner 4,031 8 Jason ‘JLaw’ Lawhun 3,924 9 Michael ‘Gags30’ Gagliano 3,731 10 Michael ‘JohnnnyDrama’ Haberman 3,634 Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo (4,912 points) once again sits right behind Kwon in the U.S. rankings. Like all serious New Jersey grinders, Lupo was active in the major online series, putting up big results and taking down titles. On October 17, he took down the PokerStars NJCOOP Event #19 ($100, NLHE Turbo) for $2,370 and 100.00 PLB points. Then, the very next day, he claimed a WSOP.com Fall OC title by winning Event #28 ($10,000 Pot Limit Omaha Six Max) for $3,643 and 110.20 PLB points. Lupo did capture a five-figure score with his runner-up finish in NJCOOP Event #15 ($1,000 NLHE High Roller Six Max) for $11,489, good for another 147.53 PLB points. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker NJ"][ptable zone="GG Poker"] Less than 100 points behind Lupo is David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman (4,828) who not only ranks #3 in the U.S. but is sitting at a career-high ranking of #93 in the world. Coleman has been putting in heavy volume and it has been paying off. During the last week of October, Coleman finished top-three in four different NJCOOP tournaments. He won Event #32 ($200 NLHE Super Tuesday) for $6,554 and Event #47 ($75 NLHE Sunday SuperSonic SE) for $2,009. On the same day as his second NJCOOP title, Coleman also took down the WSOP.com $50,000 Monthly Sunday for another $23,408 and 270.46 PLB points. Coleman’s heater continued into the beginning of November as, since October 22, he has 12 top-three finishes - eight of which are good for wins. This includes a victory in the November 6 edition of the WSOP.com Tuesday Showdown for $17,036 and another 244.49 PLB points. Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov (4,586) keeps his spot at #4 in the U.S. again this month. Alexandrov also managed to pick up a pair of titles in October. First, on October 13 he won NJCOOP Event #7 ($150 NLHE Sunday SuperSonic SE) for $2,927 and 109.54 PLB points. Then three days later, he topped the field in WSOP.com’s Fall OC Event #22 ($20,000 NLHE R&A) for $8,179 and 173.05 PLB points. Alexandrov has had a nice start to his November, picking up a final table finish in the November 6 WSOP.com Tuesday Showdown for $4,782. Wrapping up the USA top 5 is Jon ‘itsmejon’ Borenstein (4,299), who moves up one spot from last month. Borenstein holds the honor of being the only player to capture three 2019 NJCOOP titles. His first came on October 15 in Event #10 ($250 NLHE Super Tuesday) for $7,341. He followed that up the very next day by taking down Event #15 ($1,000 NLHE High Roller Six Max) for $20,893. Then he wrapped up his series by winning Event #50 ($150 NLHE Dee Hyper-Turbo Six Max) for $2,775. New Jersey Online Poker Rankings Top 5 New Jersey online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon 5227 2 Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo 4912 3 David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman 4828 4 Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov 4586 5 Jon ‘itsmejon’ Borenstein 4299   Nevada Online Poker Rankings Top 5 Nevada online poker players. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 David ‘bewater’ Goodman 3394 2 Tanner ‘Bamatide88’ Bibat 3234 3 Jed ‘JCHAK’ Hoffman 2823 4 PunnyYouSayThat 2207 5 Bobby ‘bcm4924’ McLawhorn 1960   Pennsylvania Online Poker Rankings Top 5 Pennsylvania online poker players. PokerStars PA launched in Pennsylvania last week and PocketFives expects to have the tracking data soon. In the meantime, we are keeping up with all of the action from Pennsylvania’s Sunday Majors. If you are an online poker player in Pennsylvania and have yet to register your PokerStars PA screen name, here’s how you can set yourself up to battle to be a top-ranked player in the state.
  12. It’s been a good start to 2020 for New Jersey-based online grinder David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman who sits atop the USA Online Poker Rankings for the second month in a row. Coleman (4,496 PLB points) picked up a pair of victories early in the month, taking down the January 10 edition of the PokerStars NJ Nightly Stars for $1,925 as well as the January 12 WSOP.com $10,000 Weekly Saturday for another $2,850. However, he picked up his biggest scores of January as the end of the month booking a pair of five-figure cashes in back-to-back fashion. First up, Coleman fell just short of taking down the $400 PokerStars NJ Winter Series Main Event, finishing as the runner-up for an $11,839 payday plus 188.20 PLB points. The very next day, on January 27, he again finished in second in WSOP.com’s $50,000 Monthly Sunday for $13,466 and another 183.01 PLB points. In total Colman racked up 48 results in the month, nine of which were good for podium finishes. Coleman pulled in just over $64,000 for the month, more than four times his earnings for December 2019. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="PokerStars NJ"] After a long stretch in the #1 spot in 2019, Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon (4,237 PLB points) spent his second month in a row in the #2 spot. Sitting just 259 PLB points behind Coleman, Kwon picked up some impressive January results. His biggest score of the month came on January 8 when he took down WSOP.com’s $20,000 Weekly Tuesday for $8,301. He nearly matched that later in the month when he finished in fifth in the WSOP.com $50,000 Monthly Sunday for another $6,233. Kwon ended January with 12 five-figure cashes and six outright victories. He currently sits as ranked at #109 in the world. Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo (3,898 PLB points) jumped up one spot to #3 in the rankings, with the help of five PLB-qualifying cashes in January. On January 22 he took down Event #9 of the PokerStars NJ Winter Series ($30 NLHE Mini Super Tuesday) for $2,072 and 107.46 PLB points. He followed that up with a runner-up finish in the Winter Series $50 Mini Main Event for $2,521 and another 90.77 PLB points. Lupo had 16 cashes in the month, seven of which were good for four-figures. In total, he earned just over $15,500. Despite not putting in a lot of volume, Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov (3,867 PLB points) had a very successful start to 2020. He earned over $36,000 on the back of just 12 cashes. Alexandrov's spotlight score was his victory in the January 15 edition of the WSOP.com Tuesday Showdown for $10,788 and 189.63 PLB pints. He also picked up another $7,849 and 120.74 PLB points with his fourth-place finish in the WSOP.com $50,000 Monthly Sunday at the end of the month. He earned three victories in January and seven of his 12 results were for four-figures or more. Perhaps just one more PLB qualifying cash would have bumped him into third place for January as he finished just 31 PLB points behind Lupo. New Jersey grinder Jon ‘itsmejon’ Borenstein slipped two spots to wrap up the top five. His decline has nothing to do with his play because Borenstein appeared to take January off. With no results to speak of in January, Borenstein kept his top five ranking thanks to the strength of past performances including his two $20,000+ scores he had in December 2019. USA Online Poker Rankings RANK PLAYER PLB POINTS 1 David 'dehhhhh' Coleman 4496 2 Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon 4237 3 Dan “centrfieldr” Lupo 3898 4 Vladimir ‘Donate_here’ Alexandrov 3867 5 Jon ‘itsmejon’ Borenstein 3781 6 Michael ‘JohnnnyDrama’ Haberman Jr. 3751 7 Jason 'JLaw' Lawhun 3378 8 sri100k 3147 9 Ryan 'hags021' Hagerty 3135 10 Michael “Gags30” Gagliano 3111 ‘Bamatide88’ Rolls In Nevada Grinders from New Jersey have a grip on the top of the USA Rankings for now, but Tanner ‘Bamatide88’ Bibat (2,587 PLB points) has come out on top in Nevada. Bibat picked up nine PLB-qualifying cashes in January to wrestle the top spot away from perennial contender David ‘bewater’ Goodman. Bibat’s biggest score of the month arrived on January 4 with his final table finish in WSOP.com’s $15,000 Weekly Friday for $2,447 and 68.08 PLB points. Bibat earned over $10,000 on 18 cashes in the month. Nevada Online Poker Rankings RANK PLAYER PLB POINTS 1 Tanner ‘Bamatide88’ Bibat 2587 2 David ‘bewater’ Goodman 2496 3 Jed ‘JCHAK’ Hoffman 2246 4 Ian ‘APokerJoker2’ Steinman 2198 5 PunnyYouSayThat 1527
  13. WSOP.com played host to the WSOP.com Online Circuit series over the past two weeks. The series awarded 13 gold WSOP Circuit rings in 13 days, culminating in the $525 Main Event that played out on Sunday, March 8, 2020. The Main Event attracted 508 entries and generated a prize pool of $396,500, with Soheb ‘tommyconway6’ Porbandarwala winning for $95,160. The entire series generated 5,482 entries and awarded $1.769 million in prize money. In addition to Porbandarwala winning the Main Event, Bryan 'Pellepelle' Piccioli, Lacey 'ReySol' Jones, Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo, Anthony ‘Flawlessbink’ Maio, Darren ‘avocadotoast’ Rabinowitz, and Daniel ‘juice’ Buzgon all won events. Maio was one of eight players to cash five times in the 13-event series. Maio won Event 4: $320 No Limit Hold’em Double Stack for $29,484. James ‘PRPirate420’ Vales, Andrew ‘WATCHGUY42’ Lichtenberger, John Allan ‘Beastro’ Hinds, Ryan ‘LoveMy11Cats’ Belz, Michael ‘RUA11’ Michnik, David ‘dave419’ Nodes, and James ‘BagelBud’ Lillis were the others to cash five times apiece. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"] Porbandarwala was the series’ biggest winner, thanks to his big Main Event score. Four others each earned more than $50,000 total from their results during the series. Those four players were Rabinowitz, Lupo, Todd ‘Google_Man’ Rodenborn, and Daniel ‘StayActive’ Chan. Event 1: $200 NL Knockout Entries: 387 Prize Pool: $73,917 The first event of the series was a $200 buy-in No Limit Hold’em Knockout tournament. It attracted 387 entries and generated a prize pool of $73,917. Topping the field to win the first gold ring of the festival was former WSOP Main Event sixth-place finisher Bryan ‘Pellepelle’ Piccioli. He scooped $8,804 for the win. Finishing in ninth place was Krista ‘Pollux’ Gifford. She’s the reigning WSOP.com Player of the Year and is the big frontrunner in the 2020 WSOP.com Player of the Year race. The winner of the 2020 WSOP.com Player of the Year title is set to receive a cash prize of $10,000, an exclusive Player of the Year ring, a $1,000 entry and a $500 entry to WSOP.com online gold bracelet events for the 2021 WSOP, and a ticket to the 25-Seat Scramble satellite for the 2021 WSOP. Bryan ‘Pellepelle’ Piccioli - $8,804 James ‘PRPirate420’ Vales - $4,930 Daniel ‘Dirtyjerzy13’ Cortes-McGhan - $2,993 Gary ‘busted_out’ Niekerk - $2,289 Jeffrey ‘J_Tanouye’ Tanouye - $1,937 Joshua ‘808Grinder’ Suyat - $1,585 Justin ‘M.A.O.L.I.’ Chock - $1,197 Corey ‘Corgasm’ Paggeot - $810 Krista ‘Pollux’ Gifford - $528 Event 2: $215 NL Entries: 587 Prize Pool: $117,400 Coming out on top in Event 2: $215 No Limit Hold’em was Lacey ‘ReySol’ Jones. She topped a field of 587 entries to win $29,350 and her first WSOP Circuit gold ring. Finishing just outside of the final table were Lauren ‘sycamore22’ Roberts in 11th place and Calvin ‘projector52’ Anderson in 14th place. Both Roberts and Anderson won $1,408. Lacey ‘ReySol’ Jones - $29,350 Anthony ‘Silkworms’ Balacich - $16,436 William ‘bigbill2137’ Daloisi - $9,979 Matthew ‘Mattyb0y’ Schorr - $7,631 Sang ‘youngkoi’ Lee - $6,457 Tony ‘KDtheGOAT35’ Sandquist - $5,283 Brian ‘Bmack1335’ McKinney - $3,992 Ryan ‘Adopt_aDogg0’ Leng - $2,700 Bobby ‘HLD1TYM’ Sanoubane - $1,761 Event 3: $320 NL 6-Max Entries: 410 Prize Pool: $123,000 Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo, who is one of the top-ranked online poker players in the United States and New Jersey, finished atop the field in Event 3: $320 No Limit Hold’em 6-Max. Lupo took home $32,595 for his efforts. If you recall, Lupo was the winner of a WSOP gold bracelet in 2019. He won that bracelet in similar fashion to how he won this WSOP Circuit gold ring, by playing online at WSOP.com. Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo - $32,595 Shawn ‘Loanmonster’ Silber - $19,065 Adam ‘wsop1959’ Krach - $10,886 Ryan ‘Hagzzz021’ Hagerty - $8,364 Thayer ‘Rasta_Raf’ Rasmussen - $7,134 Michael ‘iowamike5’ Lang - $5,904 Event 4: $250 NL Turbo Entries: 357 Prize Pool: $83,895 Event 4: $250 No Limit Hold’em Turbo drew 357 entries and created a prize pool of $83,895. The winner of the event was Ross ‘BlueTang’ Gottlieb, who came out on top to the tune of $22,232. Gottlieb defeated Guy ‘PhilLaak’ Dunlap in heads-up play to win the event. Shankar ‘Burgersssss’ Pillai, who won the WSOP.com Winter Championships Main Event for $69,250, finished in sixth place for $4,027. Finishing in 16th place was Gifford. Ross ‘BlueTang’ Gottlieb - $22,232 Guy ‘PhilLaak’ Dunlap - $13,004 Jaime ‘mooseman1710’ Reyes - $7,425 Arian ‘4632647’ Stolt - $5,705 Michael ‘Albatross17’ Comisso - $4,866 Shankar ‘Burgersssss’ Pillai - $4,027 David ‘DBABA’ Baba - $3,020 Steven ‘FreshCakes’ Grybas - $2,013 Qi ‘LINSANITY’ Ha - $1,426 Event 5: $320 NL Double Stack Entries: 378 Prize Pool: $113,400 Anthony ‘Flawlessbink’ Maio, one of the best and most consistent players in the United States, binked a victory in Event 4: $320 No Limit Hold’em Double Stack for $29,484. Maio topped a final table that included the top-ranked US and New Jersey player, David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman, who finished in seventh place. Anthony ‘Flawlessbink’ Maio - $29,484 Jon ‘pacrush’ Letzkus - $17,010 Jason ‘heybuddyyyyy’ DeWitt - $9,979 David ‘DTC13’ Clarke - $7,711 John ‘JSelz’ Cosgrove - $6,464 Peter ‘Zdvol632’ Simicic - $5,330 David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman - $4,082 Derek ‘tt42748’ Bickerstaff - $2,722 Sam ‘Njsam’ Lofty - $1,928 Event 6: $320 NL Monster Stack Entries: 669 Prize Pool: $200,700 In Event 6: $320 No Limit Hold’em Monster Stack, it was Daniel ‘StayActive’ Chan who came out on top. Chan topped a field of 669 entries to win $49,172. Shawn ‘SayGoodNight’ Daniels, a WSOP.com Online Circuit Main Event winner in the past, finished fourth for $16,859. David ‘YoungPitts’ Baker, also known as ‘Bakes’ in the world of poker, took seventh for $6,623. Daniel ‘StayActive’ Chan - $49,172 Frank ‘thewholefunk’ Funaro - $27,596 James ‘jerzrep’ Nadolski - $16,859 Shawn ‘SayGoodNight’ Daniels - $12,845 Thomas ‘Zebra_Debra’ Sabatino - $10,838 John ‘notyourfault’ Alesi - $8,831 David ‘YoungPitts’ Baker - $6,623 Jarred ‘GodsBigToe’ Gabin - $4,415 Michael ‘Pierogi’ Ziemba - $2,910 Event 7: $215 NL Turbo Deepstack Entries: 410 Prize Pool: $82,000 In Event 7: $215 No Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack, PocketFiver Aram ‘X69Podheiser’ Zobian grabbed first place, the gold ring, and $20,910 in prize money. If Zobian’s name rings a bell, it’s likely because you saw him finish in sixth place in the 2018 WSOP Main Event for $1.8 million. Sam ‘texasmolly’ Grizzle finished third for $7,052, and Daniels reached another final table, taking seventh for $2,870. Aram ‘X69Podheiser’ Zobian - $20,910 Matthew ‘shortmat31’ Galluzzo - $11,890 Sam ‘texasmolly’ Grizzle - $7,052 David ‘Any2beatsU’ Gonzalez - $5,412 Michael ‘49erSuited’ Cohen - $4,592 Desmond ‘Deezz_Nutzz’ Haynes - $3,772 Shawn ‘SayGoodNight’ Daniels - $2,870 Aaron ‘SagevSal’ Henderson - $1,886 Samuel ‘SpewBot420’ Taylor - $1,312 Event 8: $1,000 NL High Roller 6-Max Entries: 193 Prize Pool: $184,315 Well-known poker player Darren ‘avocadotoast’ Rabinowitz won Event 8: $1,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller 6-Max, topping a field of 193 entries to win the $51,608 top prize. The win was one of three cashes during the series for Rabinowitz, who also finished 10th in Event #3: $320 No Limit Hold'em 6-Max for $1,599 and fifth in Event #10: $320 No Limit Hold’em for $6,635. Rabinowitz defeated Ryan ‘GoFeltAfiSh’ Eriquezzo in heads-up play. Eriquezzo won $29,859. Zobian, winning of Event 7: $215 No Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack, finished in fifth place for $11,612 and Piccioli, winner of Event 1: $200 No Limit Hold’em Knockout, finished sixth for $,9769. Darren ‘avocadotoast’ Rabinowitz - $51,608 Ryan ‘GoFeltAfiSh’ Eriquezzo - $29,859 Alexander ‘losingplayer’ Farin - $17,141 Brent ‘grebnrets’ Roberts - $13,455 Aram ‘X69Podheiser’ Zobian - $11,612 Bryan ‘Pellepelle’ Piccioli - $9,769 Event 9: $215 NL Entries: 534 Prize Pool: $106,800 Daniel ‘juice’ Buzgon won Event 9: $215 No Limit Hold’em. He finished in first place from a field of 534 entries to score $15,486. Finishing in second place was James ‘PRPirate420’ Vales, who earned his second runner-up finish of the series. He also placed second to Piccioli in Event 1: $200 No Limit Hold’em Knockout. Daniel ‘juice’ Buzgon - $27,234 James ‘PRPirate420’ Vales - $15,486 Eric ‘CircleBall’ Baldwin - $9,185 Ranajoy ‘rjsk0531’ Sarker - $7,049 Gordon ‘veilleux’ Vayo - $5,981 Anthony ‘AK_AZwildcat’ Kuck - $4,913 Michael ‘HankdaTank’ St. John - $3,738 Daniel ‘RedsoxNets5’ Sewnig - $2,456 Timothy ‘tbone111’ Mcgowan - $1,709 Event 10: $320 NL Entries: 388 Prize Pool: $116,400 Capturing the gold ring in Event 10: $320 No Limit Hold’em was Nicole ‘uniquexcoles’ Garvin, topping a field of 388 entries to take home $30,264. Rabinowitz, Lichtenberger, and Shannon ‘Aulophobia’ Shorr also reached the final table. One of the top-ranked online poker players i the US, David ‘bewater’ Goodman, finished in seventh place and took home $4,190. Nicole ‘uniquexcoles’ Garvin - $30,264 Stephen ‘NJ_Treeve’ Ma - $17,460 John Allan ‘Beastro’ Hinds - $10,243 Matthew ‘shortmat31’ Galluzzo - $7,915 Darren ‘avocadotoast’ Rabinowitz - $6,635 Frank ‘Spaghettiii’ Marasco - $5,471 David ‘bewater’ Goodman - $4,190 Andrew ‘WATCHGUY42’ Lichtenberger - $2,794 Shannon ‘Aulophobia’ Shorr - $1,979 Event 11: $215 PLO 6-Max Entries: 269 Prize Pool: $53,800 Kevin ‘vamonospest’ Lutz was the victor in Event 11: $215 Pot Limit Omaha 6-Max. Lutz won $14,526. Shorr finished in seventh for $2,044. This was the only non-hold’em event on the schedule. Kevin ‘vamonospest’ Lutz - $14,526 Filipe ‘Fammm’ Marinho - $8,474 Qi ‘LINSANITY’ Ha - $4,842 Kevin ‘DegenLen’ Sullivan - $3,766 Kai ‘mrpineapple’ Yang - $3,228 Eric ‘powwow’ Ethans - $2,690 Shannon ‘Aulophobia’ Shorr - $2,044 Eric ‘NJ_Thenatura’ Starker - $1,291 Paul ‘DRYOUNGBLOOD’ Cogliano - $915 Event 12: $320 NL Double Stack Entries: 392 Prize Pool: $117,600 The final event before the $525 Main Event was Event 12: $320 No Limit Hold’em Double Stack. Matthew ‘Mendey’ Mendez defeated Steven ‘FreshCakes’ Grybas in heads-up play to win the title and $30,576 in prize money. Lichtenberger finished in fourth place for $7,997. Matthew ‘Mendey’ Mendez - $30,576 Steven ‘FreshCakes’ Grybas - $17,640 Frank ‘thewholefunk’ Funaro - $10,349 Andrew ‘WATCHGUY42’ Lichtenberger - $7,997 Scott ‘Shaderade’ Stewart - $6,703 Eric ‘powwow’ Ethans - $5,527 Matt ‘Impervious’ Zoorob - $4,234 Chad ‘lcauto’ Wassmuth - $2,822 Jonathan ‘Yonotan’ Magal - $1,999 Event 13: $525 Main Event Entries: 508 Prize Pool: $396,500 The final event of the WSOP.com Online Circuit was the $525 Main Event. It drew 508 entries and created a prize pool of $396,500. The guaranteed prize pool of $300,000 was easily surpassed. Soheb ‘tommyconway6’ Porbandarwala finished in first place, taking home $95,160. Also at the final table was Lupo, who took fourth for $24,979.50, and Jesse ‘MrJesseJames’ Sylvia, who finished eighth for $8,326.50. Soheb ‘tommyconway6’ Porbandarwala - $95,160 Todd ‘Google_Man’ Rodenborn - $50,355.50 Ryan ‘RyanDepaulo’ Depaulo - $32,909.50 Dan 'centrfieldr' Lupo - $24,979.50 Daniel ’ttttttttwo’ Tu - $21,014.50 Daniel ‘RedsoxNets5’ Sewnig - $17,049.50 Jed ‘jchak’ Hoffman - $12,688 Jesse ‘MrJesseJames’ Sylvia - $8,326.50 Kevin ‘vamonospest’ Lutz - $5,551
  14. History is made every year at the World Series of Poker. It’s part of what makes the WSOP one of the most enduring and alluring brands in the poker industry to this day. This year, a different type of history has already been made. For the first time since its inception in 1970, the WSOP live events have been postponed. This has forced the WSOP to move in a different, and in some ways, uncharted direction. The WSOP summer series is going to take place entirely online with players battling for gold bracelets by clicking buttons as opposed to shuffling chips. Additionally, the WSOP has selected a partner in GGPoker, to give players outside of the United States their first shots at an online bracelet. Holding their entire gold bracelet series online is a first for the WSOP as is taking on an outside online partner to offer bracelets. But, of course, it’s by no means the first time a bracelet will be won online. The WSOP has five years under their belts of expanding their online poker footprint with a total of 18 bracelets events having already been played out. So, before we push ahead to look at a whole new crop of online bracelet winners, we are taking a look back at how the WSOP Online bracelet events have evolved. 2015 Nearly two years after the launch of WSOP.com in the state of Nevada, officials at the summer series announced the first-ever official online bracelet event. The $1,000 WSOP.com ONLINE Championship was the lone online event on the 68-event 2015 schedule. The prize pool reached $859,750 as 905 entries turned the event into the largest regulated online poker tournament in the U.S. at the time. With all of the players needing to be in Nevada, the final six took their chip stacks offline and batted for the bracelet inside the Rio. The final table included David Tuthill, Craig Varnell, and Anthony ‘casedismissed’ Spinella who went on to win the first online gold bracelet and $197,743. [table id=60 /] 2016 In 2016, the WSOP ran it back. They offered the same $1,000 WSOP.com ONLINE Championship with the same format, bringing the final six players back to a live setting to play it out. The field saw a dramatic increase in year-over-year participants as 1,247 runners, a 38% increase, pushed the prize pool to $1,184,650. Colorado native turned Las Vegas local Clayton ‘SLARKDUCK’ Maguire took down a career-high score of $210,279 from a final table where he was the only local participant. [table id=61 /] 2017 The first expansion of the online schedule took place in 2017. In addition to the $1,000 WSOP.com ONLINE Championship, players were offered a lower buy-in event and the first-ever WSOP.com ONLINE High Roller. It was also the first year that the online events would play out online as opposed to a final table in the Amazon room. Nipun ‘Javatinii’ Java took down the $1,000 WSOP.com ONLINE Championship for his second bracelet of the series and a $237,668 payday. The Championship event again grew in size, however with a more modest increase. The 1,312 runners and a prize pool of $1,246,400 represented a roughly 5% field increase. It was former WSOP Main Event final tablist Thomas ‘FLOATZ’ Cannuli that booked the biggest online win of the year. Cannuli topped the 424 players of the first-ever $3,333 WSOP.com ONLINE High Roller for a $322,815 score, the largest haul of any online to that date and a win that continues to be the third-largest online bracelet payday to date. The online events were also starting to generate a good deal of rake. In 2017, online events raked just over $225,000 as opposed to the $62,350 of the single event of the previous year. [table id=62 /] 2018 Once again, history was made in the online arena in 2018. Thanks to the multi-state online pact that was agreed to just before the start of the WSOP that allows players in Nevada, New Jersey, and Delaware to play against each other, players in New Jersey were able to compete in gold bracelet events without heading to Nevada. The WSOP added a fourth online offering. And with the influx of Garden State online grinders, every online bracelet event of the year turned set a record of some kind. The first online bracelet event, a $365 tournament, drew 2,972 runners, which was far-and-away the largest field ever to battle for an online gold bracelet. In the second event, Matthew ‘mendey’ Mendez then became the first player to ever win a bracelet from outside of Nevada by winning the $565 Online bracelet event for over $135,000. The $1,000 WSOP.com ONLINE Championship again hit a new high for entries when Ryan ‘Toosick’ Tosoc defeated a field of 1,635 entries for over $238,000, a nearly 25% increase in runners from the year before. Finally, Chance ‘BingShui’ Kornuth set a new record for the largest online bracelet event payday by winning the $3,200 High Roller for $341,598. [table id=63 /] 2019 In 2019, there was a worry about the growth of online events as the U.S. Department of Justice issued a new opinion of the Wire Act . The opinion put in jeopardy the ability for players in New Jersey to take part in the upcoming World Series of Poker. However, a New Hampshire judge vacated the newly issued DOJ opinion and cleared New Jersey players to fortify what became a nine-event online bracelet schedule. Some of the biggest names in both the live and online arenas captured bracelets in 2019 including the first for New Jersey-based top-ranked U.S. online pros Yong ‘LuckySpewy1’ Kwon and Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo. Shawn ‘bucky21’ Buchanan, Taylor 'Galactar' Paur, and Upeshka ‘gomezhamburg' De Silva also booked victories. Well-known pro Brandon ‘DrOctogon’ Adams won the $3,200 High Roller bracelet event for the largest online bracelet score to date of $411,560. In total, the nine online events on the 2019 schedule generated just over $755,000 in rake. [table id=64 /] 2020 The previously scheduled 2020 World Series of Poker was set to have another increase in events, upping the total to 14. Now, the adjustment to an extensive online schedule in the face of the coronavirus pandemic gives players a wealth of opportunities to win some online hardware. With 85 total bracelets up for grabs, every current online bracelet event record should expect to be shattered. More than half of the bracelets will be contested on WSOP’s online partner GGPoker which means that players from all over the world, who never had the opportunity to compete for a bracelet, will all of a sudden be able to grind for one. From prize pools to paydays, the numbers in this year's event should soar as players make plans to be online to add their name to the WSOP history books.
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