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  1. [caption width="640"] Brazil's Fabiano 'kovalski1' Kovalski talks about his home country's rise in poker[/caption] In just a few short days, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil will play host to the Summer Olympics, hosting athletes, dignitaries, and fans from all over the world. And while sports like golf and gymnastics will be competed, poker won't. The day poker becomes an Olympic sport, however, you can bet your bottom dollar that Brazil will be a medal contender. Brazil is the #1 country in the world when you order the nations based on total PocketFives Leaderboard points. And when you narrow the entire population of Brazil down to the top 20 players, it still ranks #4. "We are a really tight community," Fabiano 'kovalski1' Kovalski said of the Brazilian poker population. "I'm really close friends with Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao, Rafael 'GM_VALTER' Moraes, and others who have become beasts and are well-respected by players around the world. I believe the tendency is that more and more Brazilian players will rise as we learn the professional side of poker and add to the well-known passion that we apply in all things we do." Kovalski is all the way up to #90 worldwide in the PocketFives Rankings, eight spots off his all-time high, and is #1 in the city of Florianópolis. He's fresh off a third place finish in the 888 Baby Whale and booked a massive $147,000 score in 2013 after a runner-up finish in a WCOOP Challenge tournament, his largest score to date. Undoubtedly, some of his success is a byproduct of surrounding himself with some of the game's, and some of Brazil's, brightest poker minds. "I lived for a year with Moraes in 2011 in a poker house at the start of our careers. Also in that house were some other great players who are crushing these days like Thiago 'KKremate' Crema, Vitor 'Vitor_brasil' Peixoto Moreira, and a few others. Simao and I met in a live tournament long ago and got along right away. We talk on a weekly basis and discuss some hands, but also have a lot of normal life chat." Living in a poker house in 2011 was a life-changer for Kovalski. There are moments in a player's career that define him, and for Kovalski, making the decision to join in on the party propelled him into the rising star from a rising powerhouse that he is today. "It's all a combination of events," he said. "Living together helped us get a lot better at the time. It was a really awesome experience and we learned a lot about living together and professionalism. That was super important at the time since we were all so young and so fresh to this whole thing. It was our first time working and living with others." Kovalski and his Brazilian brethren were together in Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker, which is currently wrapping up. He said the group became closer during his six-week stint in the desert. "We were together during the day when we were not grinding, went to the other casinos, like yesterday when we went to Planet Hollywood, and played some good-value tournaments outside of the WSOP." The numbers are pretty staggering too. There are almost 4,000 registered PocketFives members from Brazil who together have amassed winnings of almost $370 million, $23 million of which has come in the last three months. The Brazil poker community has compiled over 564,000 in the money finishes in tournaments tracked by PocketFives – over a half-million. Two of the top 10 players worldwide in the PocketFives Rankings are Brazilian. So are seven of the top 100. "You are the average of the five people you spend most time with, so we stay close and grow together," he said of Brazil's propensity to excel at poker and at life. "Living in Brazil is awesome," he added. "The people are super friendly and the country is beautiful. It is also not as violent as people think, especially in the south where I live. It's also a very affordable place to live if your poker winnings are in US Dollars." The Brazilian Real's value against the US Dollar has been halved over the last five years, making the Dollar much more valuable. After the final cards have been dealt in his WSOP journey, Kovalski will get on a plane and head back to Brazil, a nation that's going to be inundated with a half-million tourists coming in for the 31st Summer Games. And when the dust settles, it'll be back to grinding. "I hope to play better poker every day and grind a lot," he said of his plans for the rest of 2016. "The money will come if I can do that. Also, winning a big live event or a World Championship of Online Poker bracelet would be great."
  2. This week's PokerStars Sunday Million saw three players turn $215 into over $100,000 after the final four agreed to a deal. 'Rohlik2' was awarded the biggest share of the $1,276,000 prize pool and banked $121,844, but it was 'Adam4_Condor' who took the first-place glory and netted $117,195 after the deal. 'Rohlik2' eventually departed in fourth-place with 'vidi.pkr' claimed the bronze medal in third for $89,558, which left 'nielssie88' to be the final player to fall from the 6,382-entry field and claim their prize of $109,027 as runner-up. Elsewhere, 'Sentapied99' achieved quite the feat after winning the partypoker $1,050 Super Sunday Big Bounty Hunter-HR for the second week in a row. After coming through the 420-player field last week for $40,110, they this time outlasted 327 entrants to claim victory for $31,719 and the honor of defending his title. Michael 'mczhang' Zhang also had a Sunday to remember after final tabling two majors which included victory in the partypoker $2,600 SHR. Zhang took sixth-place in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, good for $12,195, and added another $53,662 to his bankroll after coming through the tough partypoker $2,600 SHR final table which included; Roman 'Sanitywaterline' Romanovsky, current PocketFives #1-ranked 'HellmuthTheGr8' and the winner of this tournament last week, 'BenRichards1.' Sweden's 'TanTanSWE' added another $36,910 to their already impressive $5.6m in online earnings after winning the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller. 'TanTanSWE' came through the 896-player field to record the victory after seeing out 'ale6ka' into second-place, who took away $27,055. After well-known MTT player 'Bencb789' took down the PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up last week, it was 'losos007' who this week felt that winning feeling after outlasting the 1,304 entrants to take the title and the first-place prize of $40,653. 'Alexxxd3' was their adversary heads-up but they could not go the distance and claimed $29,501 for second-place. 'justwhackit' was this week's partypoker $109 Super Sunday Main Event champion after beating Brazil's Fabiano 'ChicoRaise' Kovalski heads-up. The Brazilian's silver medal reward was $23,840 with 'justwhackit' winning $33,620 after overcoming the 1,944 player field. In partypoker's $530 HR Super Sunday Main Event, it was 'lena900' who was the last player remaining after seeing off partypoker pros Dzmitry Urbanovich' and Joao Simao before defeating 'Z-ENERGIES' in a heads-up battle. It would seem the final two players agreed on a deal before playing for the added first-place prize with 'Z-ENERGIES' taking away $32,543 for second and 'lena900' awarded $35,516 for first. Over on 888poker, 65 entrants came together to do battle in the $1,050 buy-in $100,000 Gtd Whale event with 'bigblindbets' going the distance and claimed the $30,000 first-place prize. Roman 'Romeopro33' Romanovsky was the runner-up for $20,000 with Russia's 'CalmRevolver' taking $15,000 in third. 'checcmate' was able to live up to their name and beat the 377 entrants in the $215 Sunday Mega Deep to claim the first-place prize of $19,250. 'genbab10' was the unlucky player to fall at the final hurdle and took $14,250 for second-place. PokerStars Sunday Million ($200 + $15 NLHE) $1M Guaranteed 6,382 entrants, $1,276,400 prize pool Adam4_Condor - *$117,195.36 nielssie88 - *$109,027.22 vidi.pkr - *$89,558.47 Rohlik2 - *121,844.39 flauschi16 - $41,789.08 Fran-Dutch - $29,326.31 WS Lynx - $20,580.29 Platzhirsch - $14,442.59 florilos - $10,135.38 *Denotes a four-way deal PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $150k Gtd 110 entrants, $220,000 prize pool imluckbox - $50,386.35 Mad4it4life - $37,939.37 blanconegro - $28,567.22 Berndsen12 - $21,510.25 Sphinx87 - $16,196.57 mczhang - $12,195.52 RJYJYR - $9,182.86 Moloz345 - $6,914.42 Zwyyyy - $6,098.90 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $300k Gtd 896 entrants, $448,000 prize pool TanTanSWE - $36,910.83 ale6ka - $27,055.21 Vokobyarrrrr - $19,831.39 IAmSoSo - $14,536.34 marcelomig - $10,655.09 dammsugarn - $7,810.16 munchenHB - $5,724.83 Mysters_Y - $4,196.28 Idog1974 - $3,075.85 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $200k Gtd 1,304 entrants, $260,800 prize pool losos007 - $40,653.70 Alexxxd3 - $29,501.43 BanicIvan - $21,409.17 Mortan23 - $$15,536.63 camerofelix - $$11,274.93 djleet1337 - $$8,182.20 Manjelleg - $5,937.81 Stulle18 - $4,309.06 Bayesian - $3,127.09 partypoker $109 Super Sunday Main Event-H $200k Gtd 1,944 entrants, $200,000 prize pool justwhackit - $33,620 ChicoRaise - $23,840 Gancas09 - $15,500 Barsukeen - $10,320 Kuukupoopotin - $7,300 misclckmason - $5,080 WuHuu3Bet - $3,500 felipesinop - $2,280 partypoker $530 Super Sunday Main Event-HR $200k Gtd 415 entrants, $207,500 prize pool lena900 - $35,516.25 Z-ENERGIES - $32,543 k2Schogori - $19,505 DrMiKee - $13,695 HAMENAKE - $9,794 Dzmitry_Urbanov - $7,138 mafaka1 - $5,042.25 joasimaobh - $3,672.75 partypoker $2,600 Sunday Major – SHR $200k Super High Roller 81 entrants, $202,500 prize pool mczhang - $53,662.50 MentulaMagna - $37,462.50 SanityWaterline - $26,325 BenRichards1 - $18,225 HellmuthTheGr8 - $14,175 WelshWizard - $10,631.25 Cool_Dave - $8,606.25 PhileasFogg - $7,087.50 partypoker $1,050 Super Sunday Big Bounty Hunter-HR $300k Gtd 327 entrants, $327,000 prize pool Sentapied99 - $31,719 EggsBenedict - $22,890 whresmymind - $15,859.50 catchinwreck - $11,363.25 A3APTEH - $8,093.25 Dalmatass107 - $6,000.45 CropDustr - $4,169.25 JappieGamble - $3,041.10 888poker $1,050 The $100,000 Whale 65 entrants – $100,000 prize pool bigblindbets - $30,000 Romeopro33 - $20,000 CalmRevolver - $15,000 Chikky11k - $10,000 UrShitStorm - $7,500 wellyxx - $5,500 Bullflag - $4,500 Dmilito22 - $4,000 boss7210 - $3,500 888poker $215 Sunday Mega Deep 377 entrants – $100,000 prize pool checcmate - $19,250 genbab10 - $14,250 mndlssbrnt - $10,750 TrollKonst8 - $7,750 Canette_15 - $5,250 HmbleBmble - $3,750 lrdvoldemort - $2,750 Ezreaal - $2,250
  3. Twelve more World Championship of Online Poker events came to their conclusion on Monday topped with the crowning of a new Sunday Million champion. Lithuania's 'euras79' achieved every poker player's dream after he turned $109 into $186,467 in Event #31 Medium ($109 NLHE [Half Price Sunday Million]} after battling through the large 16,950 player field. 'euras79' previous best cash was for $13,114 after a second-place finish in the PokerStars Big $55 last year which makes his title run even more spectacular. 'ccccpusa' took the bronze medal for $94,744, before the $50,000 heads-up battle got underway. No deal was agreed to so the two players had a lot at stake, and it was 'MrMo19' who ultimately exited in second place for a $132,912 before 'euras79' claimed their biggest career title to date. 'OMGitshunt' won over $121,000 after they came through a 778 player field in Event #29 (High): $1,050 NLHE [8-Max, Progressive KO]. The final three consisted of two U.K. based players, but neither of them was able to go the distance. 'Malaka$tyle' took third place for a total score worth over $55,000 before Jonathan 'Gil3000' Gill fell at the final hurdle but still banked over $57,000 for his silver medal. Former PocketFives.com #1-ranked Chris 'ImDaNuts' Oliver took down Event #30 (High): $5,200 NLHE [High Roller] for a huge $250,934 score after a heads-up battle with 'bencb789'. The final table included PokerStars TeamPro Liv Boeree as well as current PocketFives.com world ranked no.#1 'Lena900,' but they fell in 7th and 6th place respectively. 'RommyTheCute' took away $144,315 in third place before the final battle got underway. There was $60,000 at stake, and it was Oliver who got the better of well-known online grinder 'Bencb789' who added $190,299 to his bankroll in second-place. Former PokerStars Sunday Million champion João 'XxJoaoFeraxX' Otávio struck a heads-up deal with Yoshiaki 'Play4livin' Paco before going on to claim the Event #30 (Medium): $530 NLHE [Sunday Warm-Up SE] title. Paco secured by far his biggest online score to date after he agreed to take $112,593 for his share of the deal after Mark 'Willy3009' Wilson had departed in third place for $70,885. Brazil's Octavio then claimed victory in the final battle and banked $126,350 as well as their first WCOOP title. The biggest winner of the day was Brazil's Fabiano 'kovalski1' Kovalski after he banked a massive $282,545 after a heads-up deal with his compatriot Eder Campana in Event #31 (High): $1,050 NLHE. The 2,077 entrant field created a $2,077,000 prize pool with over $530,000 up for grabs in the top two spots. The U.K.'s Jamie 'Ship It 2010' O'Connor secured his best online score worth $109,862 in fourth place before 'messigoat10' secured $155,368 and the bronze medal. This left the two Brazilians to arrange a money deal. Kovalski then went on to secure his second WCOOP title, eight years after his first, as he sent Campana to the rail in second place for $247,918. Event #29 (High): $1,050 NLHE [8-Max, Progressive KO] Entries: 778 Prize pool: $77,000 OMGitshunt - $66,223.96 + $54,909.18 (in bounties) Gil3000 - $48,496.20 + $9,281.25 (in bounties) Malaka$tyle - $35,514.37 + $19,345.70 (in bounties) blanconegro - $26,007.60 + $8,906.25 (in bounties) PKaiser - $19,045.67 + $1,781.25 (in bounties) tigran66613 - $13,947.40 + $8,656.26 (in bounties) CalmRevolver - $10,213.85 + $3,250.00 (in bounties) PaDiLhA SP - $7,479.73 + $3,250.00 Event #29 (Medium): $109 NLHE [8-Max, Progressive KO, Sunday Kickoff SE] Entries: 4,709 Prize pool: $470,900 joshuah333 - $33,552.26 + $16,031.25 (in bounties) Jo+Jo = 3792 - $23,722.22 + $5,532.75 (in bounties) beldarion - $16,774.16 + $1,117.97 (in bounties) CrazyLissy - $11,861.12 + $4,892.54 (in bounties) blikinn - $8,387.08 + $3,402.67 (in bounties) Richter77 - $5,930.56 + $1,349.22 (in bounties) _math_&ç!( - $4,193.52 + $2,929.17 (in bounties) mars140191 - $2,965.28 + $1,801.51 (in bounties) Event #29 (Low): $11 NLHE [8-Max, Progressive KO] Entries: 14,155 Prize pool: $138,719 need2more - $8,436.47 + $1,909.81 spareti - $6,004.96 + $1,111.10 alpx1 - $4,280.53 + $837.11 Ring126 - $3,051.31 + $343.16 NerATION - $2,175.07 + $990.11 Pichadzhi - $1,550.47 + $201.69 highru - $1,105.22 + $460.75 TooAggressiv - $787.84 + $717.01 Event #30 (High): $5,200 NLHE [High Roller] Entries: 261 Prize pool: $1,305,000 ImDaNuts - $250,934.9 bencb789 - $190,299.40 RommyTheCute - $144,315.77 mexican222 - $109,443.56 Naza114 - $82,997.86 Lena900 - $62,942.36 Liv Boeree - $47,733.11 Lafleur71 - $36,198.87 BillLewinsky - $27,451.84 Event #30 (Medium): $530 NLHE [Sunday Warm-Up SE] Entries: 1,856 Prize pool: $928,000 XxJoaoFeraxX - $126,350.19* Play4livin - $112,593.61* willy3009 - $70,885.09 Sintoras - $50,529.32 aramesko - $36,019.02 great dant - $25,675.53 AS Leshiy - $18,302.38 snipeembenji - $13,046.56 AadrovanRj21 - $9,299.95 Event #30 (Low): $55 NLHE Entries: 7,102 Prize pool: $355,100 Jumbo1223 - $50,432.14 FlaShhXx47 - $34,675.69 ultimateturn - $23,844.92 GlitchSystem - $16,397.13 strohalmphil - $11,275.59 LBGSorrow - $7,753.75 jakoooobsen - $5,331.93 J8nqduong - $3,666.54 j.t.sabotage - $2,521.31 Event #31 (High): $1,050 NLHE Entries: 2,077 Prize pool: $2,077,000 Kovalski1 - $282,545.21* edercampana - $247,918.62* messigoat10 - $155,368.94 Ship It 2010 - $109,862.49 Gukiz - $77,684.78 Pass_72 - $54,931.45 julianpineda - $38,842.60 Belabacsi - $27,465.83 player0207 - $19,421.19 Event #31 (Medium): $109 NLHE [Half Price Sunday Million] Entries: 16,950 Prize pool: $1,720,425 euras79 - $186,467.37 MrMo19 - $132,912.29 ccccpusa - $94,744.32 suarez_BG - $67,536.83 Zwöi - $48,142.30 Xungazz - $34,317.31 Mr.Bluff70 - $24,462.37 ccc12 - $17,437.36 True Pokah - $12,429.89 Event #31 (Low): $11 NLHE Entries: 32,782 Prize pool: $321,263 mars140191 - $31,814.71 jnfpoker - $22,665.46 SirJeroenNL - $16,156.73 yayo8422 - $11,517.10 Vlad510510 - $8,209.82 Rapa velhos - $5,852.26 DeathCo1ectr - $4,171.73 vexman - $2,973.77 No_to_peszek - $2,119.82 Event #37 (High): $1,050 NLHE [Turbo] Entries: 559 Prize pool: $559,000 simon1471 - $98,677.60 lb6121 - $73,578.71 ChanceCU - $54,864.11 Skämmes - $40,909.52 plspaythxbye - $30,504.23 retango777 - $22,745.54 floes - $16,960.22 cassiopak - $12,646.42 kjunia - $9,429.82 Event #37 (Medium): $1,050 NLHE [Turbo] Entries: 2,822 Prize pool: $282,200 Amadi_017 - $40,888.24 azn_baller3 - $29,144.76 VistaDT23 - $20,775.36 D.Aranha_j8 - $14,809.40 Joel3624 - $10,556.62 gahoibvthakn - $7,525.11 gkamei09 - $5,364.17 Slaventii003 - $3,823.75 Dimdaddy - $2,725.68 Event #37 (Low): $11 NLHE [Turbo] Entries: 9,297 Prize pool: $91,110 bjj_el_nino - $12,591.81 tonkiista - $8,708.81 QQ1268 - $6,027.18 Arogorn - $4,171.28 easthunter2 - $2,886.84 Laaimis21 - $1,997.92 mojacko_king - $1,382.71 we love this - $956.94 tzzex - $662.27
  4. PokerStars' 2019 World Championship of Online Poker continued on Tuesday with another batch of tournaments crowning winners. Among those to take top honors were Pedro 'PaDiLhA SP' Padilha, Leonardo 'LeoMattosAK' Mattos, Fabiano 'Kovalski1' Kovalski, and Rui 'RuiNF' Ferreira. Padilha scored first place in Event #17 (High): $1,050 NLHE Progressive KO, after he topped a field of 1,296 entries to win what amounted to $192,548 when you include prize money ($101,188.34) and knockout winnings ($91,359.81). In the medium-stakes version of this event, 'Krafty_It' took the title for $59,063.28 in prize money and $29,226.93 in bounties, for a combined $88,290. In Event #19 (Medium): $55 NLHE Four Max, Mattos finished in first place out of a field of 4,056 entries to win the tournament's $28,976.17 top prize. Then in the high-stakes edition of this event, Event #19 (High): $530 NLHE Four Max, Kovalski defeated Sami 'Lrslzk' Kelopuro to win $64,911.73. Kelopuro earned $40,931.95 for his runner-up finish. Another highlight came with Ferreira's victory. He topped a field of 97 entries in Event #21 (High): $1,050 FLHE Six Max. Event #17 (Low): $11 NLHE Progressive KO Entries: 23,853 Prize pool: $233,759.40 1. guinHuuh - $9,538.27* + $3,785.46 2. NORTE - $10,571.66 + $2,219.89 3. LRZ_016 - $6,043.70 + $325.62 4. schayan13 - $4,345.46 + $1,175.44 5. jcanon32 - $3,124.42 + $376.78 6. Alexandr9 - $2,246.48 + $750.38 7. bakos121 - $1,615.24 + $474.18 8. FONBET_RULIT - $1,161.36 + $562.22 9. pe_coman950 - $835.03 + $576.31 Event #17 (Medium): $109 NLHE Progressive KO Entries: 8,416 Prize pool: $841,600 1. Krafty_It - $59,063.28 + $29,226.93 2. tt.exe - $40,871.88 + $2,192.20 3. Foggsy - $28,286.59 + $3,206.30 4. EndlessJ - $19,576.54 + $3,057.26 5. IWinWithAnyTwo - $13,548.49 + $3,989.80 6. Bullfroggo - $9,376.64 + $965.62 7. geob000 - $6,489.36 + $4,285.44 8. guiguibos - $4,491.15 + $5,706.22 9. judgedredd13 - $3,108.19 + $3,123.74 Event #17 (High): $1,050 NLHE Progressive KO Entries: 1,296 Prize pool: $1,296,000 1. PaDiLhA SP - $101,188.34 + $91,359.81 2. DrunkSp3wer - $73,458.83 + $1,781.25 3. marathur1 - $53,328.78 + $26,238.75 4. GM_VALTER - $38,715.01 + $9,390.63 5. KKremate - $28,105.83 + $5,273.44 6. TanTanSWE - $20,403.90 + $4,421.88 7. ILS007 - $14,812.56 + $13,485.35 8. bankat55 - $10,753.43 + $7,937.50 9. hneves182 - $7,806.65 + $10,097.66 Event #18 (Low): $5.50 NLO8 Eight Max Entries: 4,881 Prize pool: $23,916.90 1. snovalshik1 - $3,408.17 2. RandomAct1on - $2,426.28 3. The Cooker - $1,729.54 4. ComeForLunch - $1,232.87 5. DEN$-lomobot - $878.83 6. jon011 - $626.46 7. AntoineHunt - $446.56 8. Termostat1 - $318.32 Event #18 (Medium): $55 NLO8 Eight Max Entries: 1,502 Prize pool: $75,100 1. Zapahzamazki - $11,523.03 2. submissssion - $8,213.31 3. vandir4rek - $5,854.73 4. Slavik_Krs - $4,173.45 5. Kashmir_uzi - $2,974.96 6. AlwaysGoBig9 - $2,120.67 7. aless_84 - $1,511.68 8. Broose51 - $1,077.58 Event #18 (High): $530 NLO8 Eight Max Entries: 329 Prize pool: $164,500 1. PodKrepkimCh - $28,451.85* 2. woodbine ave - $25,183.70* 3. gangstachel9 - $17,400.10 4. Narcisis90 - $13,127.14 5. robc1976 - $9,903.49 6. BodogAri - $7,471.49 7. Lena900 - $5,636.70 8. aless_84 - $4,252.50 Event #19 (Low): $5.50 NLHE Four Max Entries: 9,345 Prize pool: $45,790.50 1. anelka79 - $5,594.40* 2. sobolanu80 - $4,699.93* 3. nickarka19 - $2,508.00 4. ttizovaca - $1,581.50 Event #19 (Medium): $55 NLHE Four Max Entries: 4,056 Prize pool: $202,800 1. LeoMattosAK - $28,976.17 2. yaguipoker - $18,270.17 3. Riptide_Gx - $11,520.86 4. SRFC1899 - $7,264.84 Event #19 (High): $530 NLHE Four Max Entries: 767 Prize pool: $383,500 1. Kovalski1 - $64,911.73 2. Lrslzk - $40,931.95 3. APonakov - $25,811.00 4. Freeway1988 - $16,276 Event #21 (Low): $11 FLHE Six Max Entries: 1,748 Prize pool: $17,130.40 1. YELLOWEMPIRE - $2,591.87 2. TruthBeTold - $1,804.53 3. squrm - $1,2578.35 4. pokerpinpin - $876.08 5. kurov555 - $610.43 6. maaitee - $425.33 Event #21 (Medium): $109 FLHE Six Max Entries: 402 Prize pool: $40,200 1. destroyalldr - $7,285.73 2. DeanoSupremo - $5,198.49 3. Senkel92 - $3,709.38 4. benjlocke - $2,646.82 5. Narcisus90 - $1,888.64 6. Reimund77 - $1,347.63 Event #21 (High): $1,050 FLHE Six Max Entries: 97 Prize pool: $100,000 1. RuiNF - $23,896.62 2. 2bb100hands - $18,346.76 3. XD89101<3 - $14,085.84 4. boniekk - $10,814.48 5. Zagazuar - $8,302.88 6. spidey_85 - $6,374.69
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