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  1. One of the biggest prize pools so far of the 2021 World Series of Poker Online took place Tuesday night into Wednesday morning as Event #20 ($3,200 NLHE High Roller) was won by Sang Lee after a thrilling final table went to the wire with some of the best poker players around duking it out for their first bracelet. Lee took the title to win his maiden WSOP bracelet after defeating Daniel Buzgon heads up in an epic duel for the gold. The eight-handed final table began with Lee in a great position to dominate proceedings, sitting on 1.7 million chips, some distance ahead of his nearest cha
  2. span style="font-style: italic;">Hosted by Lance Bradley, The Fives Poker Podcast runs each week and covers the latest poker news, preview upcoming events, and debate the hottest topics in poker. This week on The FIVES, Lance Bradley is joined by PokerGO commentator Jeff Platt to discuss all the happenings in the world of poker. Topics this week include: Is the WSOP moving to the Strip? PokerGO Cup Drama WSOP Online bracelets for Pennsylvania WSOP Europe Schedule Details The 2021 WSOP Online Main Event on GGPoker Plus, find out why Jeff thinks a fight between himsel
  3. Somewhere inside the PokerGO Studio is a dragon with a sword through its heart. Not in the literal sense, but after dropping 13 consecutive heads-up duels, Daniel Negreanu defeated David Coleman in Event #7 ($50,000 NLHE) of the PokerGO Cup to win $700,000 and slay the figurative dragon that has haunted him since his last tournament victory in the 2013 WSOP Europe $25,000 High Roller. All five players had made final tables in earlier PokerGO Cup events and chip leader Ali Imsirovic was in position to put a wrap on the PokerGO Cup leaderboard with a win. Instead, two other distinct narrative
  4. Jake Schindler needed less than two hours on Sunday to earn $324,000 and grab his first PokerGO Cup title. Schindler beat David Peters heads up to win Event #5 ($25,000 NLHE) after a final table that had every elimination come from the two blinds doing battle. Daniel Negreanu's first PokerGO Cup final table lasted just 30 minutes. Down to 14 big blinds, Negreanu moved all in from the small blind with [qs][7s] and Schindler called him from the big blind with [kh][qh]. The board ran out [9c][5h][4s][9s][8c] to miss both players and send the pot to Schindler as Negreanu was out in sixth. Se
  5. Ali Imisrovic has done it again at the PokerGO Cup. Just days after taking down Event #2 ($10,000 NLHE), Imsirovic topped the 49 other entries in Event #4 ($15,000 NLHE) to win his second PokerGO Cup title, $240,000, and grab a stranglehold on the leaderboard. After coming to the final table with just eight big blinds, David Coleman spent the first 12 minutes of play treading water before his exit. Coleman moved all in for 145,000 with [poker card="ts"][poker card="8s"] and Daniel Weinand called from the button with [poker card="ad"][poker card="as"] and both blinds folded. The [poker card=
  6. The opening event of the 2021 PokerGO Cup featured a final table of familiar faces and almost concluded with an amazing comeback from one of poker's rising stars. Instead, it was two-time Global Poker Index Player of the Year Alex Foxen who emerged victorious after a nearly four-hour final table in Event#1 ($10,000 NLHE). With blinds at 25,000/50,000 (50,000 BBA) Sean Perry moved all in from UTG for 475,000 with [poker card="4h"][poker card="4s"] and Kristina Holst called all in for 455,000 with [poker card="jh"][poker card="js"] from his direct left. The rest of the table folded. The flop
  7. When the final table of the GGPoker Super MILLION$ began on Tuesday, Bruno Volkmann sat seventh in chips, and Elio Fox had the shortest stack with just 8.5 big blinds. Over the three hours that followed, Fox eliminated six of his opponents and Volkmann eliminated another. And that's when then things got interesting. Fox's comeback started in earnest just 30 minutes after play began. With blinds of 25,000/50,000 (6,000 ante), Fox raised from UTG+1 to 120,000 with [poker card="ah"][poker card="ks"]. Zhuang Ruan made it 265,000 from middle position with [poker card="kc"][poker card="kh"] an
  8. The first ever GGPoker Spring Festival wrapped up on Tuesday night with Markus Leikkonen grabbing the final High level title and a mid six-figure payday by beating a final table populated by some of the best online poker players, including the current #1-ranked player in the world. After working his way through 338 other players in Event #108-H ($10,300 Super MILLION$), Leikkonen entered the final table with the third shortest stack behind the likes of Timothy Adams, former #1-ranked Christian Jeppsson, Daniel Dvoress, and current #1-ranked Yuri Dzivielevski. Leikkonen didn't let his start
  9. It was a super-sized week for the GGPoker Super MILLION$ in which Russian superstar and current #7-ranked online player in the world, Arsenii 'hellohellohello' Malinov took home the Super MILLION$ Week Super High Roller title and this week's massive $661,743 first-place prize. With it being the 2021 Super MILLION$ Week on GGPoker, what was normally a $10,000 buy-in for the regularly scheduled weekly high roller was bumped up to $25,500 creating a prize pool of more than $2.8 million. By Tuesday, the field of 114 runners was paired down to the final nine and, as can be counted on for this ev
  10. David 'bewater' Goodman returned to the top spot in the PocketFives United States Online Poker Rankings, as Daniel 'centrfieldr' Lupo jumped into second place and Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano fell to third. United States Online Poker Rankings Top 10 RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 David 'bewater' Goodman 4,938.33 2 Daniel 'centrfieldr' Lupo 4,770.75 3 Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano 4,473.54 4 Jon 'itsmejon' Borenstein 4,259.79 5 David 'dehhhhh' Coleman 4,142.56 6 Hurricane27 4,134.38 7 Ricky 'ratedGTO' Guan 3,932.65 8 Yong 'ykwon17' Kwon 3,740.64
  11. New Jersey grinder David 'dehhhhh' Coleman had a strong December on the virtual felt and as a result has taken over the #1 spot on the USA Online Poker Rankings. Coleman cashed 30 times in December but picked up a bulk of his points with impressive back-to-back wins in the PokerStars Sunday Special. On December 15, Coleman topped the 116-entry field in the $200 buy-in event to win $6,250 and lockup 158.11 PLB points. One week later, he beat out 114 other players to win another $6,250 and 158.11 PLB points. He also managed to pick up 102.7 points thanks to a runner-up finish in the WSOP $
  12. [caption width="650"] David 'dehhhhh' Coleman regained the top spot in New Jersey with NJCOOP underway.[/caption] Following a few months away from the top of the New Jersey Online Poker Rankings, David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman is back into first place. With theNew Jersey Championship of Online Poker off and running in the garden state, Coleman could add more points to his lead before the end of October. Coleman played his share of live tournaments during the Borgata Poker Open but when he hit the online streets, he won 13 tournaments. The largest win for Coleman came in the PokerStarsNJ Su
  13. [caption width="640"] Yong 'ykwon17' Kwon is #1 in New Jersey for the second consecutive month. (Will OC photo)[/caption] Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon reclaimed his place at #1 in the New Jersey Online Poker Rankings in July, maintaining his hold over David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman for the second straight month. Kwon’s volume was down in August but he managed to collect a first, second, and third place finish with a $5,650 cash in the $50,000 guaranteed PokerStarsNJ Sunday Special marking his best result. Coleman finished the past month with seven victories, including a win in the PokerStarsN
  14. The New Jersey Online Poker Rankings continues to be topped by none other than Michael ‘Gags30’ Gagliano. Gagliano (4,288.22 PLB points), who routinely plays the highest online buy-ins that New Jersey has to offer, put together another impress month in March. He strung together 11 four-figure cashes, eight of which counted toward his PLB total. He cashed for over $38,000 in March, with the highlight being his runner-up finish in the PokerStars NJ Sunday Special for $6,750. Rising to the #2 ranking is David ‘dehhhh’ Coleman (3,814.89) thanks to a solid end-of-the-month heater in March. Cole
  15. [caption width="640"] Yong 'ykwon17' Kwon's is #1 in New Jersey for the first time since March. (Will OC photo)[/caption] Following a three-month stint on top of the New Jersey Online Poker Rankings, David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman is no longer ranked #1 in the state. Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon is the new #1 after putting together a spectacular July. Kwon amassed 12 wins over the course of July’s 31 days and put his career online earnings over the $1,150,000 mark. The largest prize won by Kwon came when he shipped the WSOP.com Ultimate Warrior, collecting $11,200 in the process. The win is the thi
  16. [caption width="650"] David 'dehhhhh' Coleman has done well both in live and online tournaments in June.[/caption] The poker action has shifted west over the last few weeks for many of New Jersey’s top online players. Quite a few of them have come to Las Vegas to put their live skills to the test but the action has still been profitable for a few back home. For the third straight month, David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman is #1 in the New Jersey Online Poker Rankings. Coleman’s June included 11 victories across New Jersey’s online sites. He also has cashed three times in the World Series of Poker w
  17. [caption width="650"] David 'dehhhhh' Coleman went back-to-back to finish #1 in New Jersey for the second consecutive month.[/caption] PokerStarsNJ NJSCOOP dominated the New Jersey online poker landscape in May and the New Jersey Online Poker Rankings were shaken up as a result. The one thing that did not change, though, is the #1 ranked player in the state, as David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman retained his top spot among New Jersey’s finest. Coleman cashed 15 times during NJSCOOP and saved his best result for the biggest event of the series. The $500 buy in $200,000 guaranteed NJSCOOP Main Even
  18. After turning a Platinum Pass he won for $86 into a $35,000 score in the PokerStars Players NL Hold’em Championship, Anthony 'tonydatiger' Maio now finds himself atop the PocketFives United States Online Poker Rankings. Maio currently has 5,134.21 points and is ahead of David 'bewater' Goodman in second and Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano in third. United States Online Poker Rankings Top 10 RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Anthony 'tonydatiger' Maio 5,134.21 2 David 'bewater' Goodman 4,716.53 3 Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano 4,596.22 4 Jon 'itsmejon' Borenstein 4,497.39 5
  19. [caption width="420"] David Coleman is already one of the top online players in New Jersey after starting to play tournaments full-time in 2016.[/caption] If you are a regular follower of the monthly PocketFives New Jersey Online Rankings, you may notice that the age group of those in the top-10 more or less meet a certain consensus. The general range spans from players in their late-20s to late-30s with the occasional outlier sprinkled in. The latest of those outliers is 23-year-old David 'dehhhhh' Coleman, who surged into the eighth place spot at the start of December and has since climbed
  20. Had this been any other summer under a normal set of circumstances, the poker world would be in the midst of the World Series of Poker at the Rio in Las Vegas. That madness would surely have included some of poker's brightest stars owning the stage for their victories, but it also would have featured a number of lesser-known players finding a way to claim their first gold bracelet and thrusting themselves into poker's biggest and brightest spotlight. As everybody is well aware, there isn't really anything normal about this summer. Wednesday marks the beginning of the 31 2020 World Series of
  21. The final events of the PokerStars 2019 New Jersey Championship of Online Poker wrapped up on Monday as New Jersey’s Tenzin ‘tc_ownz’ Chakdor won the $300 buy-in $100,000 GTD Main Event for a career-high online score of $19,111.88. Chakdor’s victory capped off over two weeks worth of online action in New Jersey as grinders battled in the 50-event series that paid out over $1 million in total prize pools. Chakdor (playing under his PokerStarsNJ screen name ‘Mc_lovin1632’) navigated his way through the 373-entry field to lock up the biggest payday of the entire series. This isn’t the first
  22. Since New Jersey began offering regulated online poker, Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano has been one of the highest-ranked players in the Garden State. His dominance apparently knows no bounds and he's now the top-ranked player in the United States. Gagliano owns the #1 spot nationally thanks to his dominance in New Jersey. In the month of October, Gagliano picked up 12 cashes that qualified for PLB points. His biggest score came on October 8 when he took down PokerStars NJCOOP Event #28 ($300 Four Max NLHE) for $12,440 and 197.28 points. That same day he won the $25,000 Weekly Sunday event on WS
  23. [caption width="650"] David 'dehhhhh' Coleman is playing in his first Main Event and is out to validate New Jersey online poker in the process.[/caption] Last year at this time, David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman was another New Jersey online grinder looking to move up in the virtual world. Fast forward a year later, and Coleman is the #1 on ranked player in the state and among the first players to break 100,000 on Day 1C of the World Series of Poker Main Event. Coleman has learned plenty both poker-wise and on the business end of the game that helped him make sure he had a seat for this year.
  24. The New Jersey Online Poker Rankings return with the most familiar of faces in first place. Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano is the clubhouse leader at the effective midway point of 2018 thanks to another stellar month. The first full month of interstate play results in more PLB points and larger prize pools. Gagliano took full advantage and leads second-place David 'dehhhhh' Coleman by a touch over 100 points. Two marquee results stand out for Gagliano in the month of May. The PokerStarsNJ Sunday High Roller on May 13 shipped to Gagliano and he earned $8,272 for the result. The following week,
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