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  1. The final Thursday of the 2021 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker saw six events come to a conclusion with plenty of notable names finding their way into the winner’s circle. The highlights of the day included a PokerStars ambassador nearly booking his first Spring title, a Swedish crusher reminding people why he’s always in contention to be a top-ranked player, and Adrian Mateos making his case for player of the series. It’s been quite a series for Adrian ‘Amadi_017’ Mateos who picked up his third SCOOP title of 2021, fifth overall, by taking down Event #84-H ($2,100 NLHE, 6-Ma
  2. Brazil's Thomas 'tomnelz1' Nelz secured his biggest online cash to date after victory in the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million for $110,747. After last week's edition saw the lowest number of entrants take part since the revamped $109 buy-in was set, the numbers picked up this Sunday as 11,480 entrants created a $1,148,000 prize pool. When the field was reduced to the final three after more than 13 hours of play, 'Berthelcult' was the next player to hit the rail and banked $61,488 for their efforts. The final two then agreed to a money-deal before Ireland's 'TheVirus217' ultimately lost heads-up
  3. After weeks of very little movement in the PocketFives Worldwide Rankings top 10, there has been some shifting of spots with two online grinders climbing their way into career-high rankings. At the top of the rankings remains Sweden’s 'lena900'. While he didn’t manage any PLB qualifying cashes, “lena900” continues to pad his bankroll with a pair of five-figure scores this week. His grind was highlighted by a runner-up finish in 888poker’s July 15 edition of The $50,000 Whale for $14,500. He continues his climb to $12 million in lifetime earnings, nearly surpassing the $11.25 million mark.
  4. Conor Beresford has held down the #1 spot on the PocketFives Rankings since mid-May but on Wednesday he added something to his list of accomplishments that has been missing until now: a PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker title. Beresford beat fellow Brit Luke 'Bit2Easy' Reeves heads-up to win Event #33 High ($5,200 NLHE High Roller) for a $162,674.33 score and his first WCOOP title. Beresford's previous best WCOOP finish came in 2013 when he finished fourth in a $109 WCOOP Kick-Off event. Reeves wound up earning $125,931.84 for his runner-up finish. German 'Loks82' outlasted 4
  5. It took a big week at the online tables by #1-ranked ‘lena900’ in order for him to hold on to his spot in the PocketFives.com Worldwide Rankings again this week. Though the majority of the top 10 remain in the same spots they occupied last week, the online action was plentiful. For ‘lena900’, he turned in a big-time performance on Sunday, August 19 that brought him two victories, over 900 PLB points and over $80,000. The highlight of his week was his victory in the bwin.com Sunday Big Bounty Hunter where he took home over $37,000 of his $80,000. It turns out that 'lena900' needed every PLB
  6. There is major movement in the PocketFives Worldwide Top 10 this week as a pair of players that have been steadily rising the ranks have broken new ground resulting in a new look top 5. It seems that the stagnant summer has come to a close with some new challengers gearing up to make a run at #1. But in order to take the crown, they have to get by the Swedish sensation that is ‘lena900’. Even though ‘lena900’ spends another week in the #1-ranking, he has also encountered the problem of not picking up any PLB points. In fact, It’s been over three weeks since he’s accumulated any PLB points
  7. Both PokerStars and partypoker announced their schedules for their massive fall online poker series this week, which means it’s time for the elite online players in the world to get back to the business of grinding. Once again this week, the PocketFives Worldwide Top 10 Rankings looks very similar to the way it has shaped up for the previous month. There have, however, been some minor shifts in position as players attempt to put themselves in good positions prior to WCOOP and POWERFEST. The top spot in the rankings remains the same as ‘lena900’ enjoys yet another week as the world’s #1. If t
  8. It’s another week at the top of the PocketFives Rankings for Swedish crusher ‘lena900’. The online poker superstar has had the luxury of sitting on a wide PLB point lead for weeks, however, it seems that may be coming to an end. It was yet another week without a substantial PLB score for the Swede and, with some aging results, his total PLB score plummeted over 800 points. This puts him under the 11,000 mark for the first time all summer and well within reach for the #2-ranked ‘C Darwin2’. Despite not picking up PLB points, ‘lena900’ still had a nice week at the online tables booking score
  9. It was a banner year for PocketFivers over on 888poker as many of the top-tier pros took to the site to take down six-figure scores and pad their bankrolls. With the help of major tournament schedules, like the popular XL Series, PocketFivers picked up millions out of the prize pools in 2018. No one had a better year on 888poker than Ukranian pro Roman ‘Romeopro’ Romanovsky. Romanovsky earned over $405,000 on the site, thanks in large part to his takedown of September’s XL Eclipse $1,000,000 Main Event. He bested fellow pro ‘C Darwin2’ heads-up and picked up $187,500 for the win. Of course
  10. partypoker’s $30 Million guaranteed POWERFEST super series kicked off on Sunday with 25 of the 255 scheduled tournaments generating prize pools in excess of $4.28 million. The largest buy-in tournament of the day was the $5,200 POWERFEST #03-SHR which smashed it’s $500K guarantee as 141 entries created a prize pool of $705,000. Sam ‘Pudge714’ Greenwood, playing under his partypoker screen name ‘DeanMalenko’ took down the contest for $162,079, the largest POWERFEST score of the day. Greenwood defeated Hungary’s #2- ranked ‘wildace10’ heads up, who took home his own six-figure payday of $116,3
  11. On a Sunday that saw the long-awaited $20m guaranteed partypoker MILLIONS Online tournament get underway, Alex 'bigfox86' Foxen, Andras 'probirs' Nemeth and Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot were among the day's big winners, with world ranked #1 'Lena900' making a PokerStars Sunday Million final table appearance. It was to be 'tikidiii' who held off the challenge from 'Lena900' and come through a heads-up battle with '4_VaNyA_4' to be crowned PokerStars Sunday Million champion, banking a staggering $163,574 in the process. The Sunday Million crossed the 6,000 entrants mark for the first time
  12. Large field tournaments can be intimidating. Sometimes thousands of players need to bust before the money bubble approaches. It just feels so far away. It can be tough to wrap your head around what it’s really going to take to make it deep into the tournament and potentially to a final table. In order to make the ambitious $20,000,000 guarantee of the $5,300 MILLIONS Online tournament partypoker will need roughly 4000 runners. It’s a massive Main Event, one where the prize pool is far-and-away the largest in online poker history. So whether you have won a satellite into the tournament from
  13. “I came back from the dead.” Back from the dead. Not literally of course, but it wasn’t that long ago Johnny ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot, the current #1-ranked player in the United Kingdom, found himself on the path to poker mediocrity. The 28-year-old grinder from the city of Durham in the UK describes himself as “quite under the radar” despite having been an online poker fixture for the better part of 10 years. Like many young online players, he first took to the game while in school. Often times meeting his friends in the common rooms to splash around a bit. “In between lessons we’d play a
  14. He's in the worldwide top-10 and for the month of July, Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot is the king of the PLB points mountain. The Brit was the only player to top the 3,000 point mark on his way to claiming the title. Following Proudfoot is the usual group of Swedish and Russian characters with a few surprises thrown in. Proudfoot gained control of the PLB title thanks to a few major wins. Sundays were kind to Proudfoot on partypoker and PokerStars. On July 29, Proudfoot effectively closed out his month by winning the PokerStars Sunday 500 for $27,938 accompanied by 382.75 points. That poin
  15. The month of September was a big one for online poker as both PokerStars’ World Championship of Online Poker and partypoker’s POWERFEST brought out the biggest names in the game to compete for the largest prize pools of the year. Here are a few of the biggest PocketFives headlines in the month of September. WCOOP and POWERFEST Take Center Stage There’s no doubt about it, when the biggest online poker sites in the world offer massive guarantees, poker players from all over the world stop what they are doing to log on and grind. That is exactly what happened in September as both PokerStars
  16. It’s yet another week atop the PocketFives Worldwide Rankings for the Swedish sensation ‘lena900’. Not only has ‘lena900’ spent the entire month of July in the #1 position on the rankings, he’s held that spot since the start of the summer. What makes his run at the top even more impressive is the fact that he’s only had three total PLB qualifying scores for the entire month. The Swede had built up such an impressive lead, thanks in part to his strong showing in the previous spring series like partypoker's POWERFEST and PokerStars’ SCOOP, that he was able to coast on some pretty light volume
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