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  1. [caption width="640"] Jeremy ' Jermz' Danger passed Keith 'donnysack' Donovan for top spot in the New Jersey rankings in August.[/caption] Over the last four summer months, the New Jersey Online Poker Rankings top ten has undergone some serious reconstruction. At the start of the summer, some of New Jersey’s top players, Mike ‘Lav519’ Lavenburg and Michael ‘Gags30’ Gagliano to name a few, headed to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker and thus, saw their Garden State stock drop and drop quickly. It was then the loyal local grinders that ascended, with those opting to stay in New Jersey moving themselves up the leaderboard. Since the midway point of July though, order has been restored, with everyone home from their summer vacations, some for business, others for pleasure. Keith ‘donnysack’ Donovan was New Jersey’s #1 ranked player since Memorial Day, fighting off charges from players that fit both the traveling and local categorizations above. Unfortunately for Donovan, he couldn’t hold that spot until Labor Day, as his wire-to-wire summer run came up a week short. That’s because Jeremy ‘Jermz’ Danger claimed fifteen outright wins through the month of August, including four in daily $10,000 GTD events on both BorgataPoker.com and PokerStarsNJ Danger now sits atop the New Jersey top ten, after having to settle for the monthly runner-up over the last two Online Poker Rankings updates. While ‘Jermz’ moved up one spot to take control of the New Jersey lead, Fred ‘BiggDaddy’ Ferrell saw the biggest jump over the last month. He now sits second, after ending in the bottom half of the top ten. 56 total cashes in the span of a month will do that, with Ferrell logging one of the most consistent month’s that New Jersey has seen since the start of the year. Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon retook his spot in the top four, where he started 2016, thanks to some big wins on PokerStarsNJ. He won a $8,000 GTD Nightly Stars event during the first week of August and then notched two sizable wins through the final ten days of the month. The first of those was in the $500 Sunday ‘High Roller’, with the victory good for over $9,000, and the second was a repeat victory in the $8,000 GTD Nightly Stars. The point difference between Donovan and Kwon is minimal, with close to 30 points separating third and fourtth place. The differences towards the second half of the leaderboard are much greater, with over 200 points keeping ‘Gags30’ and ‘Mergulas’ ahead of Dan ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo. Lupo might be off the pace of the top five but since joining the leaderboard last month, he’s continued to climb. That’s thanks to two $10,000 GTD wins, on both WSOP.com and PokerStarsNJ, to push himself over $500,000 in career New Jersey online tournament earnings. If Lupo and the rest of the ‘second half’ keep up their charge, there could continue to be some serious movement through the last few months of 2016. The New Jersey Rankings Top 10 Jermz - 3,236 BiggDaddy - 3,176 donnysack - 2,994 ykwon17 - 2,962 JohnnyDrama - 2,837 Gags30 - 2,836 Mergulas - 2,758 centrfieldr - 2,537 phatchoy888 - 2,443 Lav519 - 2,426
  2. After a monster August saw him take over the top spot, Jeremy ‘Jermz’ Danger spends a second consecutive month atop the New Jersey Online Poker Rankings. Danger won 15 tournaments in August and he only let up slightly in September. He took down another 14 tournaments in September as he heads into the final three months of the year. Danger had a lengthy list of tournament results in September, but his crowning achievement for the month was taking down the Sunday High Roller on PokerStarsNJ for $8,173. Fred ‘BiggDaddy’ Ferrell held onto his second place spot for the second month in a row. Like Danger, he also had a big August to move up the leaderboard and a strong showing in September kept him there. He started out the month on a frantic pace, winning four tournaments in the first three days of the month. He started out the month earning his biggest score of the month, a win in the $10,000 guaranteed nightly on WSOP.com with rebuys and add-ons for $2,800. Dan ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo made the most noise in the rankings, jumping five spots and finishing in third place, less than seven points behind Ferrell. Lupo burst into the rankings last month and continued to improve his results. After winning four tournaments in August, he found himself taking down six events in September. Lupo earned one of the bigger scores of the month after winning The Ultimate Warriror for $13,500 on WSOP.com. Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon remained in the fourth spot and Keith ‘donnysack’ Donovan dropped another two spots to fifth. Despite earning nine outright tournament wins, including a win for $3,141 in the Sunday Seconds on BorgataPoker.com, Donovan has dropped in the rankings for two consecutive months. Michael ‘Gags30’ Gagliano is one of the more recognizable names when it comes to New Jersey Online Poker and his ranking remains unchanged for September, sitting in sixth place. With over $2.6 million in tournament earnings to his name, his month was highlighted with a win in the Warriors’ Opening Strike on WSOP.com for $3,501. It was Lupo who made the most upward movement, but it was JohnnnyDrama who fell the most in the rankings. He dropped three spots down to eighth. He didn’t have many results early in the month, but found won two tournaments in the final four days of the month to put up some results. Mike ‘Lav519’ Lavenburg and phatcoy888 dropped out of the top 10 this month and were replaced by Jacob ‘jtsnakes’ Perry and Jason 'JLaw' Lawhun, who rounded out the final two spots of the top 10. New Jersey Online Poker Ranking Top 10 Jermz – 3,302.84 (-) BiggDaddy – 3,174.43 (-) centrfieldr – 3,167.51 (+5) ykwon17 – 3,123.51 (-) donnysack – 3,022.98 (-2) Gags30 – 2,799.80 (-) Mergulas – 2,638.34 (-) JohnnnyDrama – 2,630.44 (-3) jtsnakes – 2,528.75 (NR) JLaw – 2,508.36 (NR) Dropped Out of Top 10 – phatchoy888, Lav519 Just Missed – 7douche (11th), RedsoxNets5 (12th), phatchoy888 (13th)
  3. For much of the latter half of 2016, Jeremy ‘Jermz’ Danger was on top of the New Jersey Online Poker Rankings. His domination over the rest of the state was rarely challenged during his time wearing the crown toward the end of the year. As a result, he comes into 2017 with the #1 ranking. Danger put together another stellar month in December with an astounding 27 victories to his name. The largest score for Danger came when he won the WSOP.com $200 buy-in $50,000 guaranteed Ultimate Warrior. The $13,500 first place prize in the event marks the highest grossing score of Danger’s online career. There was a changing of the guard on the next tier of the podium as Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon moved into the #2 spot. Kwon surpassed Dan ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo, who dropped down to #3after being #2 in last month’s rankings. Kwon finished December with 17 wins to his credit while Lupo took down 11 medals of his own. Craig ‘craigruby’ Rubinsteincontinues to ascend his way up the leaderboard as he moved up two spots to go from sixth place to fourth. The biggest of Rubinstein’s five victories came when he won the PokerStars $250 buy-in $10,000 guaranteed Super Tuesday for $5,030. Additionally, Rubinstein hit a Triple Crown over the course of three consecutive days between December 22-24. Fred ‘BiggDaddy’ Ferrell took a slight hit to his place on the NJ totem pole as he fell to fifth place after dropping from second to third last month. The newest addition to the rankings is Daniel ‘wildman75’ Buzgon, who sits in sixth place. Buzgon may be more well known for his $1,600,000 in live earnings and over $2,100,000 in online earnings outside of New Jersey-based sites, but is now among the elite players in his home state. Holding strong at #7 is David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman, who moved up a notch from eighth place when he first appeared in the rankings. Switching spots with Coleman is Michael ‘Johnnnydrama’ Haberman as he continues to hold steady in the top ten. After a month spent outside of the rankings, Andrew ‘Mergulas’ Glauberg and Jacob ‘jtsnakes’ Perry are once again back in at #9 and #10 respectively. Ceding their positions from the bottom two spots in the rankings are Jesse ‘No_Xcape’ Elliott and Michael ‘Gags30’ Gagliano. Dropping out of the rankings for the first time in many months is Keith ‘donnysack’ Donovan as he is now in #15. New Jersey Online Poker Ranking Top 10 1. Jermz – 3,904.68 (-) 2. ykwon17 – 3,581.31 (+2) 3. centrfieldr – 3,555.59 (-1) 4. craigruby – 3,521.31 (+2) 5. Biggdaddy – 3,356.07 (-2) 6. wildman75 – 3,291.56 (NR) 7. dehhhhh – 3,249.05 (+1) 8. Johnnny Drama – 3,164.97 (-1) 9. Mergulas – 2,780.21 (NR) 10. jtsnakes – 2,773.24 (NR) Dropped Out of Top 10 – No_Xcape, Gags30, donnysack Just Missed – Lav519 (11th), Hags021 (12th), JLaw (13th)
  4. [caption width="640"] Daniel 'centrfieldr’ Lupo is now the #1-ranked online poker player in New Jersey. (Borgata photo)[/caption] It took nearly five months, but Jeremy ‘Jermz’ Danger’s run as the king of New Jersey online poker has come to an end. Danger dominated the last few months of the 2016 and held the number one ranking for months on end, but he has been dethroned by Daniel ‘centrfieldr’ Lupo for the top spot in the New Jersey Online Poker Rankings. Lupo notched eight tournament victories in January along with five other podium finishes. His largest score of the month came when he won the partypoker Mega Tuesday $500 buy-in $15,000 guaranteed event for a score of $5,934. Despite dropping out of the top spot, Danger still had another solid month of MTTs. Danger won 24 events and became the first person in the history of NJ online poker to record $1,000,000 in tournament winnings. Moving up the rankings from #7 to #3 is David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman, who won 11 tournaments. Coleman notched the largest score of his career on January 24 when he won the PokerStarsNJ Winter Festival $1,000 buy-in $30,000 guaranteed High Roller event for a total of $16,169. Sitting at fourth for the second consecutive month was Craig ‘craigruby’ Rubinstein. Rubinstein reached a peak of #2 earlier in January but dropped back before month’s end. After finishing second in last month’s rankings, Yong ‘ykwon17’ Kwon, dropped down to fifth place. Right behind him is Dan ‘wildman75’ Buzgon, who first appeared in the NJ rankings in December and finished January in sixth place, once again. For his part, Kwon won 15 total events, including a win in the PokerStarsNJ $500 buy-in $15,000 guaranteed Sunday Six Max, worth $7,144. Fred ‘Biggdaddy’ Ferrell continues to fall in the rankings. Ferrell was previously ranked #5 after being in the top two or three down the stretch of 2016 and is now ranked #7. The #8 and #9 spots are the same as they ever were with Michael ‘JohnnnyDrama’ Haberman and Andrew ‘Mergulas’ Glauberg remaining in their respective positions. New to the rankings this month is Ryan ‘hags021’ Hagerty, who overtook Jacob ‘jtsnakes’ Perry for the final spot among New Jersey’s elite. New Jersey Online Poker Ranking Top 10 centrfieldr – 3,887.99 (+2) Jermz – 3,796.86 (-1) dehhhhh – 3,737.15 (+4) craigruby – 3,624.38 (-) ykwon17 – 3,574.80 (-3) wildman75 – 3,474.68 (-) Biggdaddy – 3,242.67 (-2) Johnnny Drama – 3,101.74 (-) Mergulas – 2,807.79 (-) hags021 – 2,755.24 (NR) Dropped Out of Top 10 – jtsnakes Just Missed – donnysack (#11), Lav519 (#12), jtsnakes (#13)
  5. Online poker players have become accustomed to poker sites going offline for software updates. When WSOP.com went offline in Nevada on Monday night, it was one of the most highly anticipated updates of all time. When the site came back online, players were able to play against players in other states for the first time in the history of U.S. regulated online poker. The re-launch of WSOP.com as the first interstate online poker room in the United States comes 6.5 months after New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware - the only three states that offer regulated online poker - entered into an agreement to pool their respective players in a bid to increase liquidity. "It's a monumental day for online poker in the United States," said WSOP.com’s Head of Online Poker Bill Rini. "This is truly a game-changer for players and we hope is the model blueprint for additional states to join the fray." WSOP.com is the only operator that offers play in all three regulated states. Players were quick to react to the changes and are looking forward to what this means for the tournament schedule moving forward. The first Sunday of multi-state tournament action includes a $100,000 Guaranteed event with a $320 buy-in (with rebuys). Last Sunday, the $215 buy-in Ultimate Warrior in New Jersey offered a $40,000 guarantee and attracted 229 entrants. To help promote the launch, WSOP.com announced Tuesday morning the Coast-to-Coast Classic, a tournament series with $1 Million guaranteed over 32 events. Buy-ins range from $11 to $1,000 and guarantees go as high as $200,001. Players in New Jersey do not have to change anything to play on the multi-state platform, but players in Nevada and Delaware will have to re-download the software and create a new account. Players with questions about multi-state online poker can visit this thread on PocketFives.com.

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