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  1. At this year's World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, no matter how big a tournament's field is, brand name pros are rising to the top. We've already seen pros like Phil Hellmuth, Phil Galfond, and Shaun Deebwin bracelets this year. Now, we could have bracelet #1 from Chris moorman1 Moorman (pictured), the most successful PocketFiver in history. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles, podcasts and a dedicated strategy forum for members. Check Tournament Poker Edge out on Twitter. --- Kai Yang from Plano, Texas leads the way with a stack of 1.35 million in chips as we enter Day 3 of a $1,000 No Limit Hold'em event (#30). He's one of two players to bag more than one million in chips on Day 2, along with Artur jaggalo1231 Rudziankov. Twenty-one players remain. Then there's Moorman, who has the third largest stack in the tournament at 966,000. Moorman, the owner of a record 25 PocketFives Triple Crowns, already has a World Poker Tour title. He has been the runner-up in two bracelet events during his career, but is still looking for his first WSOP win. Moorman busted Ronald Lee in 25th place on Monday after his pocket sixes beat Lee's pocket fives. The money went in before the flop and both players hit full houses. That hand sent Moorman's stack to almost one million. 2012 Big One for One Drop winnerAntonio Esfandiari (pictured) is also still alive and has the 15th largest stack at 249,000. "The Magician" luck-sacked his way to an elimination of Fernando Brito late on Monday after he spiked a king with K-Q against Q-Q. He has $21.1 million in career WSOP winnings and is #2 on poker's all-time money list. Eleventh place belongs to Bertrand ElkY Grospellier, who has a stack of 471,000. The French bracelet winner will record his first 2015 WSOP cash in this tournament and is seeking his first final table since 2013. Finally, we wanted to single out PocketFivers Jordan Jymaster0011Young and Jason JAKoon1985Koon, who are at #17 and #14 on the leaderboard, respectively. Young was #1 in the PocketFives Rankings in 2011, while Koon cracked the top 40 in 2009. Both are in search of their first bracelet. The $1,000 No Limit Hold'em tournament restarts at 1:00pm Pacific Time on Tuesday from the Rio in Las Vegas. Stay tuned to PocketFives for the latest WSOP coverage, brought to you by Tournament Poker Edge. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  2. [caption width="640"] The European Poker Tour has launched the careers of some of the biggest and brightest stars in the game today (PokerStars photos)[/caption] Many of the world's best poker players are packed into a hotel in Prague right now, and the excitement in the air is irrefutable. You might say this is always the case when a big live tournament is about to take place, but this buzz is unique: EPT13 Prague is the last ever European Poker Tour festival, and will crown the final EPT champion before the series is re-branded. From January, the events will now be known as PokerStars Championships, and they won’t be limited to European soil, starting with thePokerStars Championship Bahamas (formerly PCA) on January 6, 2017. The EPT will always hold a special place in the hearts of many players, and winning one has catapulted dozens of careers. To mark the official end of the EPT, we’ve hand-picked ten of the biggest breakout stars of the EPT over the past 13 seasons. We start with five players who made a name for themselves in the early years of the Tour. Patrik AntoniusIt feels strange to kick off a list of breakout tournament stars with a man known primarily as a live and online cash game player, but there’s no denying that Patrik Antonius’ win back at the EPT2 Baden Classic in 2005 for €288,180 was the first introduction to the Fin for many. Antonius’ career post-EPT win is well documented; he’s played in the largest cash games around the world, including on sorely-missed TV shows High Stakes Poker and Poker After Dark, not to mention playing in many of the biggest online pots in history. Mike McDonaldThe Mike McDonald of EPT4 Dortmund is barely recognizable compared to the McDonald of today. When the man known as Timex won the event back in 2008 for €933,600, he was a rake-thin 18-year-old with a clear talent for the game, both live and online. Fast forward eight and a half years and McDonald is now considered one of tournament poker’s best, with more than $13 million in live earnings and an additional $3.1 million won online. As well as his many high roller results, Timex almost became a two-time EPT champ in January 2014 when he finished runner-up at the PCA, and he recently took down the first ever GPL Finals as part of the Montreal Nationals. Bertrand ‘ElkY' GrospellierAlready a celebrity in the gaming world (particularly in South Korea where he lived, worked, and played prior to his breakout poker success), ElkY burst onto the poker scene with his bright hair and big personality back in 2008. Having previously finished second at EPT3 Copenhagen, the Frenchman took down a massive $2 million when he won the 2008 PCA, and that led to a string of impressive results. In October 2008 he won a WPT for $1.41 million, followed by a $25K High Roller victory at the PCA a year after his win for $433,500. By this point ElkY was a dominant force in tournament poker, securing him a spot on Team PokerStars Pro which he holds to this day. He’d cement his legacy with two wins at EPT7 Madrid; one in the $25K High Roller for $779,221, and another in a $10K Turbo High Roller for $227,087. Liv BoereeIt would be impossible to create a list of EPT “stars” and not include Liv Boeree. She’s become one of the most popular and heavily marketed faces in all of poker, primarily due to her sponsorship deal with PokerStars. But Boeree can certainly play; she’d already racked up 23 live cashes before her breakout win at EPT6 San Remo in 2010 for $1.698 million. Since then Boeree has notched up a string of EPT main event cashes, as well as almost clinching a UKIPT title (2nd for $97,057) and finishing third in a $25K High Roller at EPT12 Barcelona for $449,383. She’s no slouch on the online felt either, with almost $600,000 in earnings. Jason MercierIt’s pretty impressive when you scroll down to the bottom a player’s Hendon Mob page and see that their first ever live cash was an EPT win. That’s the case for Jason Mercier, who took down EPT4 San Remo in 2008 for $1.37 million. Of course, Mercier was already known as an online grinder prior to that, and he’s since gone on to become one of the most esteemed and established players in all areas of poker. Five WSOP bracelets and a WSOP Player of the Year title; seven COOP titles (including three SCOOP wins in one year); win after win; final table after final table; deep run after deep run; to list all of Mercier’s accomplishments would take too long. Look for Part 2 of this piece on Thursday, which will focus on players who found fame and fortune from 2011-2016.
  3. [caption width="640"] Chris Moorman took down the 2014 LA Poker Classic Main Event and earned his first major live win in the process. (WPT photo)[/caption] Chris ‘moorman1’ Moorman is a god walking among mortals. His list of poker accomplishments would make nearly any competitor blush and his combination of online and live results is nearly unmatched. We asked Moorman, an 888poker Ambassador, to compile his top-five career cashes and provide some commentary on what made those scores special. 1. 2014 LA Poker Classic: This win marked the first major live victory for Moorman. After years of coming up short of victory at live final tables, Moorman finally broke through in one of the most prestigious tournaments of the year. In a talented field of 534 players, Moorman beat a final table that included Glenn Lafaye and Michael Rocco to win the tournament and first place prize of over $1,000,000. Moorman notes that this achievement is his personal favorite as it was a “comeback win” and he did it in front of his wife and friends. 2. 2011 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event: Moorman notched his first career seven-figure cash in Cannes, France and earned his largest payout of $1,068,000 by finishing runner-up to Elio Fox. Aside from Fox, Moorman was joined at a final table of competitors that include Shawn Buchanan, Jake Cody, Max Silver, and Patrik Antonius at what Moorman calls an “incredibly tough final table." Additionally, the cash helped Moorman out during a self-described “backing downswing.” 3. 2011 World Series of Poker $10,000 Six Max: The World Series of Poker bracelet has always eluded Moorman and June 2011 marked his first opportunity to nail down one of the best prizes in poker. Moorman fell shy of his goal to Joe 'ender555' Ebanks but earned $716,000 in the process. A big theme of Moorman’s best results is the quality of competition surrounding him at the final table and this time was no different. Moorman was circled by future bracelet winners Bertrand ‘ElkY’ Grospellier, Taylor 'taypuar' Paur, Tristan Wade, and Mike ‘SowersUNCC’ Sowers. Six years after the fact, Moorman is the only player without a bracelet from the final table, but overall, he is pleased with how he played in a “tough field” and in front of a British rail. 4. 2011 Aussie Millions Main Event: The trend of 2011 being the best year of Moorman’s live career continues with the cash that kicked it all off. Moorman started his 2011 by making the trip to the other side of the globe for Aussie Millions. In another stacked field, Moorman made his way to the final table. Moorman outlasted soon-to-be familiar nemesis Antonius and Sorel 'Imper1um' Mizzi before bowing out in seventh place. Moorman earned $173,000 for the score in what he says was his first major live final table cash. 5. FTOPS $1K Monday $2 Million: Moorman is nearing the $14,000,000 mark in career online tournament earnings and his bronze medal in this Full Tilt Poker multi-entry event earned him his largest score in that arena of $235,592. Moorman finished just behind Sowers, who made the final table with two entries and took down first, along with second place finisher Jonathan ‘FieryJustice’ Little. Out of Moorman’s 9,000+ online cashes he has only a single result over $200,000, which shows how remarkably consistent he has been through the years. The one major result that eludes Moorman is a deep run in the World Series of Poker Main Event. Moorman currently shows only one career cash in the Main Event and that fact weighs on him despite all of his other stellar accomplishments. “Unfortunately I haven't had the success that I've wanted to in the past in this but my desire to do well in it has not diminished and has actually increased over time. Hopefully, I get one legitimate shot at taking it down in my career.” Based on the other results accumulated over the course of his career, the odds are high for Moorman to make a deep run toward the November Nine before he rides off into the sunset. If you don’t have an 888poker account yet, sign up through this link and you’ll get a 100% bonus up to a maximum of $700. You'll also get a free $10 on top of the first $10 you deposit available to you right away!
  4. Day 12 of partypoker POWERFEST saw the $5,100 Championship Super High Roller NLHE PKO event take place as well as the crowning of 11 more event champions, including Chris Moorman, just two days after he picked up a silver medal. Event #75 Super High Roller: $5,100 Championship NLHE PKO saw 198 entrants come together to create a prize pool worth $1,009,800, with a six-figure sum up top for the winner. When the action got down to three-handed play, 'dafuqisdis' took the bronze medal for $52,222 + $19,662, which left 'barrm111' and 'SexyFunTimes' left to battle for the $100,930 top prize, mega-money bounties, and the POWERFEST title. Both players ultimately walked away with six-figure scores after 'barrm111' became the final player to exit for $73,260 + $34,368, and 'SexyFunTimes' was crownded victor for a massive $100,930 + $136,418 (in bounties) first-place prize. PocketFives all-time money-list leader Chris Moorman overcame the disappointment of falling at the final hurdle in Event #64 High Roller: $1,050 No Limit Hold’em just two days ago to pick up the gold medal in Event #76 High: $109 NLHE PKO for a score worth over $22,000. Moorman's second-place finish in Event #64 on Tuesday bagged the Brit an impressive $68,038 but also meant he narrowly missed out on the title. However, this time around Moorman made no mistake and defeated fellow former PocketFives #1-ranked player Caio Pessagno heads-up after a money-deal was agreed. Pessagno walked away with $13,595 for his part of the deal as well as $8,180 in bounties earnt, and Moorman banked $16,000 + $6,193 in bounties to go with the title. partypoker ambassador Bertrand 'ElkY' Grospellier just missed out on a POWERFEST title after he took second place in Event #77 High Roller: $1,050 NLHE Mix-Max. 'PaquesigasCerdo' took third place in the 489 player field for $51,750 before the heads-up battle between Grospellier and 'MoNddLeR' got underway. As well as the title, there was an extra $24,000 to play for, and with no deal agreed it was winner take all. On this occasion, Grospellier was unable to find a win and departed with the silver medal for $72,000, as 'MoNddLeR' took the title alongside $96,997. 'SchelampigaUhu' took down Event #74 High: $215 No Limit Hold’em 6-Max following a heads-up battle with former PocketFives #2-ranked Conor 'ADRIEN_BRODY' Beresford. A $129,600 prize pool was created after 648 players took part with 'Ignent' banking $12,665 in third-place before Beresford was eliminated by 'SchelampigaUhu' and claimed $16,848 in second place, which left the latter to pick up the win and $22,032. Elsewhere, there were wins for 'SanityWaterline', Guilherme Oliveira Brasileiro, 'rudiqa1', 'frippu', 'tikidiii16', 'NL_Shytn1k_NL' and 'ebony9999.' Event #74 High: $215 No Limit Hold’em 6-Max Entries: 648 Prize pool: $129,600 SchelampigaUhu - $22,032.01 ADRIEN_BRODY - $16,848 Ignent - $12,665.03 ComeOnBro - $9,072 LoSientoGrace - $6,350.40 perfking - $3,888 Event #75 Super High Roller: $5,100 Championship NLHE PKO Entries: 198 Prize pool: $1,009,800 SexyFunTimes - $100,930.50 + $136,418.75 barrm111 - $73,260 + $34,368.75 dafuqisdis - $52,222.50 + $19,662.50 Sheparentao - $38,610 + 14,300 Phil_Zajmo - $27,225 + $8,125 nomoneynoglory - $20,790 + $18,200 WWWpartyCOM - $15,345 + $13,650 fren96 - $11,385 + $15,925 Event #76 High Roller: $530 NLHE PKO Entries: 666 Prize pool: $341,325 TodayHave - $30,352.95 + $29,420.21 rmorrell11 - $21,611.70 + $8,153.43 STORTjavlaGL - $14,585.40 + $2,592.21 Ewokwat - $9,973.35 + $1,181.25 RagingDiarrhea - $6,959.70 + $3,948.78 pickleboy17 - $5,061.60 + $787.50 mcgag - $3,663 + $8,084.21 ItsAMaaaanBaby - $2,564.10 + $4,101.56 Event #76 High: $109 No Limit Hold'em PKO Entries: 2,079 Prize pool: $216,216 Therealmoorm - $16,000* + $6,193.64 CPessagno - $13,595.83* + $8,180.14 k2Schogori - $7,900.20 + $2,048.85 mafaka1 - $5,249.47 + $2,837.34 fersen1 - $3,685.02 + $1,450.41 babakohlala - $2,536.38 + $858.93 YouMakeMeClap - $1,742.20 + $636.19 Serbia1952 - $1,117.46 + $727.94 Event #77 High Roller: $1,050 NLHE Mix-Max Entries: 489 Prize pool: $500,000 MoNddLeR - $96,997 ElkY_ - $72,000 PaquesigasCerdo - $51,750 Tyrion2205 - $36,500 ImagineKing - $26,000 MAM0HT_T - $16,500 Event #77 High: $215 NLHE Mix-Max Entries: 1,097 Prize pool: $219,400 rudiqa1 - $34,190.45 yabetledadad - $26,406.98 GreenNaugahyde - $20,140.92 DOnt_DO-iT - $13,931.90 Doyle_B - $9,105.10 GreekyFreaky -$5,626.29 Event #78 High Roller: $530 PLO Hi 6-Max Entries: 112 Prize pool: $56,000 frippu - $14,106.76 Alleasybucks - $9,520 Tiltkorve - $6,720 Jarildur1 - $4,760 georibo11 - $3,500 JgsNV - $2,324 Event #78 High: $109 PLO Hi 6-Max Entries: 152 Prize pool: $15,200 tikidiii16 - $3,213* simoneblondi - $3,200* RagingDiarrhea - $1,824 sabatska - $1,292 babyarmcathead - $950 TA123 - $630.80 Event #79 High Roller: $539 NLHE PKO 6-Max Fast Entries: 259 Prize pool: $132,737.50 SanityWaterline - $15,216.32 + $17,165.17 dominos5524 - $10,036.25 + $2,862.90 its_showtime - $7,135.32 + $459.37 Krissyb24 - $5,212.37 + $1,689.84 margar1tka - $3,885 + $2,198.45 Malakastyle - $2,590 + $4,195.91 Event #79 High: $109 NLHE PKO 6-Max Fast Entries: 906 Prize pool: $94,224 NL_Shytn1k_NL - $7,701.24 - $5,322.49 bebaimis777 - $5,662.50 + $2,240.38 CoCoLin0 - $4,214.07 + $1,185.26 LaheyRandy - $2,944.50 + $693.15 ALLYOURLOOT - $1,925.25 + $866.95 FearTheBeard13 - $1,359 + $675.84 Event #80 High: $109 NLHE Mix-Max Turbo Entries: 362 Prize pool: $36,200 ebony9999 - $7,240.09 KoTuk2016 - $5,357.60 vavilonu4 - $3,891.50 foxmulder92 - $2,743.23 lou045 - $1,991 ANCHOAZO - $1,375.60
  5. Just like every other year going back to 2004, a fresh start to poker's yearly tournament calendar kicks off with the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure in the Bahamas. This year brings a heightened level of excitement with the PokerStars Players NL Hold’em Championship headlining the event in what is lining up to be a record-setting PCA. Speaking of records, in anticipation of the 2019 PCA festival, PocketFives went looking through the poker history books at HendonMob to find the biggest winners in history from PCA. Here’s what was found. Thanks to a gigantic $3 million payday in 2009, Poorya Nazari holds the record for the largest first-place prize at PCA. He won the 2009 PCA Main Event from a field of 1,347 entries to claim that prize. Three other times in history has the PCA Main Event winner taken home at least $2 million. In 2008, Bertrand 'ElkY' Grospellier took home $2 million, Harrison Gimbel won $2.2 million in 2010, and in 2011 it was Galen Hall scoring $2.3 million. But, none of those players is the top all-time money earner from PCA. That title currently belongs to Bryn Kenney, and it doesn’t appear that Kenney is going to be caught anytime soon. Top 25 PCA All-Time Money List PLAYER EARNINGS 1 Bryn Kenney $6,245,111 2 Steve O'Dwyer $3,800,542 3 Tony Gregg $3,096,596 4 Poorya Nazari $3,000,000 5 Scott Seiver $2,970,620 6 Galen Hall $2,877,080 7 Vanessa Selbst $2,824,640 8 Isaac Haxton $2,583,616 9 Jason Koon $2,555,555 10 Daniel Negreanu $2,521,490 11 Bertrand 'ElkY' Grospellier $2,484,120 12 Harrison Gimbel $2,329,220 13 Dan Shak $2,278,140 14 Cary Katz $2,257,420 15 Byron Kaverman $2,213,355 16 Mustapha Kanit $2,020,200 17 Justin Bonomo $1,991,372 18 Dimitar Danchev $1,985,000 19 John Dibella $1,955,300 20 Ty Reiman $1,937,770 21 Chris Oliver $1,834,160 22 Eugene Katchalov $1,763,220 23 Will Molson $1,750,735 24 Daniel Dvoress $1,607,302 25 Nick Petrangelo $1,581,665 As you can see, Kenney is worlds ahead of the competition, winning more than $2.4 million more than anyone else on the list. That $2.4 million gap alone is good enough for 12th place on this leaderboard. Kenney's largest score from PCA came in the 2016 Super High Roller, an event with a buy-in of $100,000 that saw him win $1.687 million. The following year, Kenney won a $50,000 and $25,000 buy-in no-limit hold’em events for $969,075 and $392,876, respectively. He also has a trio of third-place finishes over the years worth $873,880, $686,960, and $643,000. Steve O'Dwyer is the second highest money earner from PCA entering 2019, taking home more than $3.8 million in prize money throughout the years. O'Dwyer's a pretty good chunk of change away from Kenney, and he's also more than $700,000 ahead of Tony Gregg in third place. Knowing some of the performances O'Dwyer has put together over the years combined with what's on the schedule for 2019 doesn't make it out of the realm of possibilities that he can catch Kenney in 2019. O'Dwyer has one win in a $100,000 buy-in event and two wins from $50,000 buy-in events at PCA for $1.872 million, $945,495, and $760,500, respectively. The 2019 schedule features the $25,000 buy-in PSPC, three additional $25,000 buy-in tournaments, one $50,000 buy-in event, and two $100,000 tournaments, there certainly won’t be a lack of opportunities for O'Dwyer to win a ton of money in the Bahamas this January. That's not to mention the PCA $10,300 Main Event as well. Looking at the rest of the list for players we could see make big moves on the leaderboard after 2019, Isaac Haxton, Jason Koon, and Daniel Negreanu are a few of the ones to watch, given their appetite for and success in high buy-in tournaments coupled with the robust schedule to suit their palate. Negreanu's largest score out of PCA came in 2011 when he finished second to Eugene Katchalov in the event’s inaugural $100,000 Super High Roller. Negreanu earned a cool $1 million for that result. He followed that finish up by returning to the final table of the event in 2012, when he took fifth for $250,900. In 2018, he took fourth in the same event for $521,140. Another big score Negreanu had from PCA came in the 2017 PCA $25,000 High Roller. In that one, he took fifth for $268,780. Byron Kaverman and Justin Bonomo are also ones from this top 25 list to keep an eye on. For players not currently in the top 25, don't be surprised if you see Mikita Badziakouski, Alex Foxen, Stephen Chidwick, or David Peters take home a ship full of money from the Bahamas and find themselves listed on the updated list of top 25 winners from PCA when the 2019 version is all said and done. Action from the Bahamas kicks off Sunday, January 6, 2019, with the $25,000 buy-in PokerStars Players NL Hold'em Championship from Atlantis Resort & Casino. PovketFives will be on site all the way through until the event's final day on January 16, so stay tuned for more coverage from the 2019 PCA poker series.
  6. 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
  7. GGPoker continues to find ways to make headlines. Just days after announcing they had partnered with the World Series of Poker for a WSOP Super Circuit Online series in May, the burgeoning online poker operator has added Bertrand 'ElkY' Grospellier as their newest ambassador. "I am excited to join GGPoker, the most ambitious poker site," Grospellier said. "With clear focus on software and making poker fun again, there has never been a better place to play online poker." [ptable zone="GG Poker"] Grospellier joins GGPoker after two years as a partypoker ambassador. Prior to that, he was a member of Team PokerStars for nearly 12 years. The Frenchman has $14.6 million in live earnings according to The Hendon Mob, highlighted by the 2008 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event win, the World Poker Tour Festa Al Lago title in 2008, and WSOP bracelets in 2011 and 2019. This is the third addition that GGPoker has made to their team in the last six months. In November, they signed Daniel Negreanu as an ambassador and in January Felipe Ramos joined the team. Both were also former members of Team PokerStars. The trio joined Bryn Kenney, who has represented GGPoker since March 2018. "Team GGPoker continues to go from strength to strength, and having ElkY on board just amplifies this even more," said Jean-Christophe Antoine, Head of GGPoker. "With a poker and esports legend like ElkY representing our brand, the GGPoker community will be in for a real treat - all I can recommend is to watch this space."

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