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  1. After earning close to $100,000 on Wednesday, Jens Jeans89Kyllonen (pictured) extended his lead as the biggest winner of September at the high-stakes online cash game tables, according to HighStakesDB. The Fin also extended his lead as the biggest winner at PokerStars since 2010. --- 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. --- On Wednesday according to HighStakesDB, Kyllonen booked close to $100,000 in profit at Pot Limit Omaha, "all from a +$172k showing from two hours play at table Prylis V. Jeans89 is currently the biggest winner this month with close to $400,000 profit and is the biggest high-stakes winner at PokerStars since we started tracking back in late 2010 with close to $4.7 million in winnings." Kyllonen has had success on the live scene as well, winning an ECOOP Main Event title seven years ago for over $300,000 and booking a win in the EPT Copenhagen Main Event one year later for $1.1 million. He has $1.6 million in career live winnings, according to the Hendon Mob, and is #8 on the all-time money list for his home nation of Finland. Kyllonen is the leading money-earner on PokerStars so far this month in high-stakes cash games. He has amassed $370,000 in profit across 54 sessions and 4,481 hands, an average of $13,000 per session and $82 per hand. Here's how the rest of the top 10 shakes out: 1. Jeans89 - $370,254 2. kardioloq - $166,416 3. CHUFTY - $121,209 4. Ike Haxton - $109,102 5. belgarion55 - $92,527 6. jakedamus85 - $80,740 7. Blessed - $79,020 8. RaiseOnce - $66,072 9. kkopghy - $63,591 10. loooseslots 3 - $63,255 Phil Ivey leads the way across any site with $19.2 million in profit on Full Tilt. On PokerStars, Kyllonen is the leader in high-stakes cash games at $4.6 million. He has logged 10,000 sessions and 613,000 hands since HighStakesDB began tracking him five years ago. Here are the top 10 money-earners on PokerStars: 1. Jeans89 - $4,694,847 2. Sauce123 - $3,760,473 3. Kanu7 - $3,112,013 4. EireAbu - $2,591,915 5. azn_baller3 - $2,210,048 6. 1Il|1Il|1il| - $2,045,723 7. GVOZDIKA55 - $1,910,614 8. Ilari FIN - $1,826,479 9. Isildur1 - $1,550,098 10. MrSweets28 - $1,483,130 Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  2. [caption width="640"] Dan 'w00ki3z.' Cates topped the high-stakes cash game leaderboard in June[/caption] After not appearing in the top 10 in May, Dan 'w00ki3z.' Cates topped the high-stakes cash game leaderboard in June according to data compiled by HighStakesDB. The poker pro booked $148,507 in profit. Cates, known for his prowess on the high-stakes felts, logged 16 sessions and 1,578 hands during June, an average of $9,281 in profit per session and $94 in profit per hand – stellar in every sense of the word. He was in the black to start off the month of June, but his $148,507 in profit officially moved him past $1 million profit on PokerStars for his career and brought him closer to even on the year; he's currently $183,000 in the hole for 2016. Just behind Cates on the high-stakes cash game leaderboard for June was 'happyhammy', who had $146,666 in profit, just $2,000 off Cates' mark. 'happyhammy' had 29 sessions at the high-stakes tables last month and generated 10,051 hands for an average profit of $5,057 per session and $14 per hand. 'happyhammy' started the month of June slightly up in profit for his career at PokerStars and now sits comfortably in the black after generating over $146,000 in earnings last month. HighStakesDB first started tracking him in March, so 'happyhammy' is a relatively new face on the high-stakes online poker scene. Third place on the June cash game leaderboard belonged to Jens 'Jeans89' Kyllönen, who amassed $132,327 in profit during the 30-day month. He turned in 67 sessions, averaging more than two a day, and generated 1,475 hands for an average profit of $1,975 per session and $67 per hand. Kyllönen, who is #9 on the all-time tournament money list for Finland according to the Hendon Mob, inched closer to $5 million in high-stakes cash game profit for his career after his six-figure month and officially went into the black for 2016 after he had been down until the month began. Fourth place on the high-stakes cash game leaderboard for June went to 'GlassOfBeer', who registered $93,413 in profit from 80 sessions and 7,664 hands. He's predominantly an Omaha player and averaged $1,167 in profit per session and $12 in profit per hand over the course of the 30-day month. His nearly $100,000 month meant that 'GlassOfBeer' passed $200,000 in lifetime profit on the tables that HighStakesDB tracks and officially went into the black for 2016. Fifth place in June went to 'kkopghy', who raked in $85,537 in profit from 22 sessions and 1,994 hands. That's an average of $3,888 in profit per session and $42 in profit per hand. There was only one six-figure pot at the high-stakes cash game tables in June. Its winner was 'wilhasha', who parlayed pocket aces into a $115,160 pot at a $100/$200 No Limit Hold'em table. In the hand, the money went all-in before the flop with aces against kings. The board was run twice and 'wilhasha's' opponent, 'ChaoRen160', watched as his kings failed to improve each time, giving 'wilhasha' a $115,160 windfall and both halves of the pot. The top 10 in June: w00ki3z. (16 sessions, 1,578 hands) - $148,507 happyhammy (29 sessions, 10,051 hands) - $146,666 Jeans89 (67 sessions, 1,475 hands) - $132,327 GlassOfBeer (80 sessions, 7,664 hands) - $93,413 kkopghy (22 sessions, 1,994 hands) - $85,537 Kaarem (4 sessions, 76 hands) - $81,126 Ilari FIN (42 sessions, 2,427 hands) - $77,415 otterkopf (110 sessions, 4,120 hands) - $60,904 RealAndyBeal (29 sessions, 4,072 hands) - $43,310 banne1992 (12 sessions, 442 hands) - $40,820
  3. [caption width="640"] Upswing Poker and Fernando Habegger present PLO University, the latest learning module from the website. (Upswing photo)[/caption] Upswing Poker is dominating the poker training site landscape with access to premium content unavailable anywhere else. The No Limit Hold’em cash game and tournament lessons offered by Doug Polk, Ryan Fee, and now, Pratyush Buddiga is a step beyond the competition. No Limit is a heavily demanded game by its audience but Upswing is broadening the options available with the introduction of Pot Limit Omaha and PLO University. Leading this new course is Fernando ‘JNandez87’ Habegger. The Swiss-born Habegger started playing online poker in 2006 and made the transition from No Limit to PLO in 2011. Primarily a cash game player, Habegger carries the extensive background required to take on the large task of teaching hundreds and potentially, thousands of students the way of Pot Limit Omaha. Use coupon code 'pocket5s' to sign up for PLO University for just $949 - a $50 savings. Fernando 'JNandez87' Habegger will teach you his closely guarded secrets and take your PLO skills to the next level. BUY IT NOW! Habegger says that the course will include basic strategy concepts for beginning players and will also contain high-level methods for already established players to take their game to the next level. “Beginners learn the fundamental structure of PLO and develop a strong base to develop strategies from. Mid and high stakes players also get a framework to structure their learning process that helps people to continuously improve after going through the course. Both kinds of player also get access to our private community which is active and supportive.” The private community that Habegger speaks of is the Facebook group available to all users with an Upswing Lab subscription. This group allows players to share hands and ideas with one another and also interact with Upswing’s coaches and get their feedback on various situations. From the time he first started playing PLO, Habegger has been on the cutting edge of how the game is advancing and staying ahead of as many learning curves as possible. There are numerous training sites available to receive PLO training from but Habegger believes what he brings to the table for Upswing is one step above the competition. “The material and data in the PLO University are based on hundreds of hours empirical research. It's also been developed after going through hundreds of coaching hours with players from all parts of the world and abilities, it is a proved and improved method of teaching poker strategy. The course also features the effective and efficient use of the most relevant poker software on the market.” Among the influences that Habegger credits for advancing his own learning of Pot Limit Omaha are Ben ‘ben86’ Tollerene and Jens ‘Jeans89’ Kyllönen. Habegger notes the two PLO standouts “have certainly influenced the way I approach and play the game.” He also says he studied each player’s game for over 100 hours each during his own career. All Upswing PLO University students can be sure to see elements of Tollerene and Kyllonen in Habegger’s training module. No Limit Hold’em remains the most popular form of poker in the world but more card rooms in the United States are offering Pot Limit Omaha than ever. The high-variance action of the game combined with the massive pots that play out always leave first time players wanting to come back for more. The players who have put in the hours grinding away know that there is always an edge and are looking to increase it with every session. So why should a novice and a high-stakes player both find themselves enrolled in PLO University? Let Habegger explain. “The PLO University is the most up to date course, based on researched data and put together in a way that makes sense and provides an effective learning path for players at any level. It also has a greatly supportive community behind it, and is the only course created from start to finish by a player with long-term success in mid and high stakes who has also coached over a hundred students.”

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