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  1. James Williams started the final table of the 888poker LIVE London Main Event with an average stack but that didn't stop him from navigating his way to victory for a career-best $154,225 cash and the sixth live win of his career. Craig Sweden started the final table with 23 big blinds, but over the first two hours of play, he was unable to improve on his lot and was left with just five big blinds when he finally found a hand to play. Philippe Souki raised to 185,000 from middle position and Sweden moved all in from th hijack. Souki called instantly and tabled [poker card="ah"][poker card="ac"] while Sweden was in bad shape with [poker card="kc"][poker card="qd"]. The board ran out [poker card="7d"][poker card="3c"][poker card="2h"][poker card="8h"][poker card="4h"] though and Sweden was out in ninth. Just 10 minutes later, Sweden had company on the rail thanks to a blind vs. blind battle. Action folded to Christos Xanthopoulos in the small blind and he moved all and Adnan Dacic call from the big blind. Xanthopoulos tabled [poker card="kc"][poker card="8h"] and found himself dominated by Dacic's [poker card="ks"][poker card="jh"]. The [poker card="ac"][poker card="js"][poker card="tc"] flop left Xanthopoulos on life support and neither the [poker card="9d"] turn or [poker card="as"] river offered any sort of help and he was eliminated in eighth place. Despite picking up the first final table elimination, Souki was the next to go. From UTG+1, Souki raised to 225,000 and Antoine Labat defended his big blind. After the [poker card="kd"][poker card="th"][poker card="7h"] flop got, Labat checked and then moved all in after Souki bet 200,000. Souki called all in for 2,900,000 and tabled [poker card="as"][poker card="kc"] for top pair, top kicker. Labat turned over [poker card="ah"][poker card="4h"] for the nut flush draw. The [poker card="3h"] turn complete Labat's flush and left Souki headed for the exit with a seventh place finish as the [poker card="6d"] completed the board. While the first three eliminations came in rapid succession, six-handed play carried on for well over two hours before the next player saw their tournament end. Derek Lawless raised to 400,000 from the hijack and Aleem Kanji moved all in from the button for 720,000 and Lawless called. Kanji showed [poker card="as"][poker card="8c"] while Lawless was ahead with [poker card="8d"][poker card="8h"]. The board ran out [poker card="7c"][poker card="7s"][poker card="5c"][poker card="2s"][poker card="7d"] to give Lawless a full house and end Kanji's run in sixth place. The next elimination came on the very next hand. Labat raised to 325,000 from the button and Dacic called from the big blind. Dacic checked the [poker card="qc"][poker card="td"][poker card="9c"] flop and then moved all in after Labat bet 500,000. Labat called and turned over [poker card="qd"][poker card="tc"] for top two pair while Dacic needed some help with [poker card="kc"][poker card="qh"]. The [poker card="9s"] river was no help while the [poker card="qs"] river filled up Labat's boat to eliminate Dacic in fifth. An hour later, Hak-Hyun Lee was down to just over five big blinds when he tangled with Lawless in a blind vs. blind scenario. Action folded to Lawless in the small blind and he moved all in and Lee called from the big. Lee showed [poker card="jh"][poker card="7c"] which was dominated by Lawless' [poker card="qd"][poker card="jd"] The [poker card="ah"][poker card="6d"][poker card="4h"] flop gave Lee little hope. The [poker card="9s"] turn and [poker card="4c"] river ended Lee's tournament in fourth place. Three-handed play lasted just over 30 minutes and it was a three-way pot that sent the tournament to heads up. Williams raised from the button to 600,000 and Lawless and Labat called from the blinds. The [poker card="5c"][poker card="5d"][poker card="4c"] flop was good enough for Lawless to bet 1,300,000. Labat moved all in and Williams folded. Lawless called and tabled [poker card="kc"][poker card="jc"] for a flush draw and two over cards while Labat had [poker card="7c"][poker card="6c"] for an open-ended straight flush draw. The [poker card="qc"] turn completed Lawless' flush and left Labat drawing very thin on the river. The [poker card="2s"] was not one of his two outs and he was eliminated in third place. Heads up play began with Lawless holding a one big blind lead over Williams. Over the next 35 minutes, however, Williams took the lead and eventually the title. On the final hand of the night, Lawless raised to 750,000 from the button and Williams called. He then checked the [poker card="kh"][poker card="9d"][poker card="4h"] flop and Lawless bet 950,000. Williams called. The [poker card="ts"] turn got both players to check. Williams then checked again after the [poker card="tc"] river but Lawless shoved for 4,700,000 and after a short turn in the tank, Williams called and tabled [poker card="ks"][poker card="4c"] for two pair while Lawless mucked his [poker card="ah"]jh] and and was eliminated in second place. Final Table Payouts James Williams - £121,000 ($154,225) Derek Lawless - £85,000 Antoine Labat - £57,140 Hak-Hyun Lee - £41,000 Adnan Dacic - £31,000 Aleem Kanji - £25,000 Philippe Souki - £20,500 Christos Xanthopoulos - £16,000 Craig Sweden - £12,500
  2. Justin 'ZeeJustin' Bonomo was too strong for the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller field and added yet another win to his name. The American found himself heads-up against 'WATnlos' after players such as Andras 'probirs' Nemeth, Kristen 'Krissyb24' Bicknell and three-time Sunday Million champion 'veeea' had all departed from the final table. Ultimately Bonomo came through the final test and banked $55,673 for his win, with 'WATnlos' having received $42,848 as runner-up. 'CoriACE777' walked away from the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million with the biggest share of the prize pool following a three-way deal. The total prize pool was set at $1,155,900 after 11,559 entrants took part, and after 'MrsLynn18' hit the rail in fourth place for $44,929, the remaining three players agreed to a money-deal before play resumed. 'DIFINI' was awarded the second-highest chunk of cash, but the records will show they finished in third place. 'koyotus' was then the final player to fall and banked his share worth $76,066, as 'CoriACE777' picked up the title alongside $99,888. 'Sanderssi' came through a 1,090 player-field in the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller and banked over $89,000. With the total prize pool set at $545,000, 'ade messi' departed with the bronze medal for $23,582 + $2,687 (in bounties), and when 'M.nosbocaJ' saw their title chances come to an end in second place for $32,172 + $734, 'Sanderssi' was the last player standing and collected the gold medal alongside $43,892 + $45,823. Russia's 'Fakhish' won this week's PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up and earnt himself $32,779 in the process. 950 entrants took part which meant the prize pool remained at the guaranteed $200,000. Bryan Paris made the final table and exited in sixth place for $6,597, with 'chicalltreta' and 'Respect_Lt' taking the following two spots. 'NY17PATS14' fell in third place for $17,263 and 'Fakhish' secured victory after he eliminated '12dürma89' in second place for $23,788. There was a return to the schedule for the partypoker $5,200 The Big Game: $1m gtd and with it came 196 entrants. When the final table of eight was set, the UK's Tom 'Fugliee' Simm departed first and banked $23,000, with 'Lintyonthelash', 'Colette1986', 'Don_Marato', and 'FMylife' the next players to hit the rail. High-stakes crusher Roman 'SanityWaterline' Romanovsky collected the bronze medal for $105,000 before 'RPILON' faced off against 'drakeonne' heads-up for the $203,900 first-place prize. The latter was ultimately the final player to fall and banked $148,000, with 'RPILON' taking the glory. partypoker ambassador Joao Simao won the partypoker $2,100 Sunday High Roller Gladiator for over $65,000 after he came through a 120 player-field. 'ifearpanic' exited in eighth place for $4,193 + $4,200 (in bounties), before the Sweden based trio of 'Drulitooo', 'haddoken' and 'MOTHERSMATTERS' were next to depart. 'RovoDice' took fourth place for $11,290 + $6,496, and Sam 'DeanMalenko' Greenwood just missed out on a place in heads-up after he fell in third place for $16,129 + $7,153. The Brazilian Simao then saw off the challenge from 'skitzo793' to record yet another victory on his partner site. Current PocketFives world-ranked #3 'omgitsgiraf' took down the partypoker $1,050 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter for a score worth over $44,000. A entrants total of 227 created a $231,540 prize pool, and when the play had reached the final three, it was 'raedge' who collected the bronze medal for $13,035 + $6,816 (in bounties). 'rudiqa1' was the final player to lose their bounty and departed in second place for $18,275 + $4,501, which meant a 203rd PocketFives gold medal for 'omgitsgiraf'. Over on 888poker, 'FItip4ldI' came through a 67 player-field in the $1,000 $50,000 gtd Whale to win $24,790 following a heads-up match against PocketFives world-ranked #1 'tutten7' (aka 'Lena900') who collected $16,750 as runner-up. And in the $100,000 gtd $215 Sunday Mega Deep, 'Turrrrible' topped a 496 field for $19,350 after a heads-up win over 'IggyGak' who banked $14,500 in second. Below are this week's Sunday Major results: PokerStars $109 Sunday Million $1M Guaranteed 11,559 entrants, $1,155,900 prize pool CoriACE777 - $99,888.91* koyotus - $76,066.14* DIFINI - $88,839.01 MrsLynn18 - $44,929.02 Polcito666 - $32,604.93 JasonX85 - $23,661.27 Bo$$ D4wg - $17,170.89 RamiroUY - $12,460.94 End now - $9,042.83 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $200k Gtd 127 entrants, $254,000 prize pool ZeeJustin - $55,673.22 WATnlos - $42,848.53 Kot_Spartac - $32,978.11 Pimmss - $25,381.40 probirs - $19,534.63 srxakgirona - $15,034.71 krissyb24 - $11,571.37 veeea - $8,905.82 Lrslzk - $6,854.31 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $300k Gtd 1,090 entrants, $545,000 prize pool Sanderssi - $43,892.77 + $45,823.12 M.nosbocaJ - $32,172.73 + $734.38 ade messi - $23,582.51 + $2,687.50 JAGUARRRRRRR - $17,285.90 + $5,429.69 pvigar - $12,670.50 + $10,577.13 mraink - $9,287.43 + $3,968.75 bigstealer - $6,807.65 + $4,679.70 12durma89 - $4,989.99 + $4,863.28 LoneHixx - $3,657.67 + $4,787.11 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $200k Gtd 950 entrants, $200,000 prize pool Fakhish - $32,779.54 12dürma89 - $23,788.12 NY17PATS14 - $17,263.04 Respect_Lt - $12,527.78 chicalltreta - $9,091.40 bparis - $6,597.62 Skubidu888 - $4,787.88 R0HR - $3,474.56 MinRaise - $2,521.48 partypoker $2,100 Sunday High Roller Gladiator $200k Gtd 120 entrants, $246,000 prize pool joaosimaobh - $22,592.72 + $42,623.46 skitzo793 - $22,568.64 + $5,414.06 DeanMalenko - $16,129.03 + $7,153.12 RovoDice - $11,290.32 + $6,496.87 MOTHERSMATTERS - $8,387.09 + $3,018.75 haddoken - $6,451.61 + $1,575 Drulitooo - $5,161.29 + $2,231.25 ifearpanic - $4,193.54 + $4,200 partypoker $1,050 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter - $200k Gtd 227 entrants, $231,540 prize pool omgitsgiraf - $18,298.70 + $26,731.26 rudiqa1 - $18,275.95 + $4,501.25 raedge - $13,035.88 + $6,816.87 marlin5555 - $9,637.90 + $4,103.12 madgenius87 - $6,795.95 + $1,755 YumsYums - $5,189.64 + $845 simba8787 - $3,830.44 + $3,315 GettinDaize - $2,841.94 + $2,356.25 partypoker $5,200 The Big Game: $1m gtd 196 entrants, $1,000,000 prize pool RPILON - $203,900 drakeonne - $148,000 SanityWaterline - $105,000 FMylife - $78,000 Don_Marato - $55,000 Colette1986 - $42,000 Lintyonthelash - $31,000 Fugliee - $23,000 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Grind - $200k Gtd 203 entrants, $203,000 prize pool SchelampigaUhu - $41,391.70 STORTjavlaGL - $30,044 megustaestrecha - $21,416.50 alwayswin2222 - $15,834 freddeaik11 - $11,165 PotatoLottery - $8,526 KONY2012 - $6,293 GewoonBeef - $4,669 888poker $1,000 $50,000 Whale 67 entrants – $67,000 prize pool FItip4ldI - $24,790 tutten7 - $16,750 matokr - $10,050 BriIliant - $6,700 Hateeeeem - $5,025 BeeTheBeagle - $3,685 888poker $100,000 gtd $215 Sunday Mega Deep 496 entrants – $100,000 prize pool Turrrrible - $19,350 IggyGak - $14,500 SkallePer58 - $11,000 Santtu0 - $8,250 SpiderMonk03 - $5,700 Graftekkel - $4,400 BluFFaLot90 - $3,400 allesrigged - 2,400
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