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  1. [caption width="450"] Mantas Bagocius won TCOOP Event #9 (image courtesy PokerNews)[/caption] Plopping down $215 for an online poker tournament isn't an easy task for many people. Knowing whether you've made the money within a half-hour of registration closing, however, is pretty sweet. Such was the scene in the ninth event of the PokerStars Turbo Championship of Online Pokeron Saturday, a $215 No Limit Hold'em Zoom Re-Entry. There were 1,367 entrants and 676 re-entries at $215 a pop, pushing the total prize pool past $400,000. By the time heads-up rolled around, Lithuania's Mantas 'bagoch
  2. Brazil's Warley Bruno Galvão made it second-time-lucky after he took down the PokerStars Sunday Million for $145,086, just three months after his first final table appearance in the same event. Galvao's previous best online cash for $13,264 came back in July when he finished eighth in the Million, but the Brazilian made sure he went the distance this time around after a heads-up battle with 'eisenhower1'. After 5,369 entrants created a $1,073,800 prize pool, 'SmilleThHero' took third place for $71,450 before 'eisenhower1' fell at the final hurdle and banked $101,814 as runner-up, leaving G
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