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  1. 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. Still trailing the #1 spot by over 1800 PLB points is fellow Swede, and former #1-ranked player, ‘C Darwin2’. He did pick up some valuable points this week when he finished in second place in PokerStars’ June 15 edition of the Hotter $215 for $10,689 and 187.77 PLB points. There’s a new #3-ranked player this week as Russia’s 'hellohellohello' overtook Roman “Romeopro” Romanovsky, who continues to be MIA from the online tables. “hellohellohello” benefitted from the aging PLB scores of Romanovsky, as he was also unable to score any new PLB points, despite making a few appearances online. A new member of the top 5 is Canada’s 'GINS FINEST' who touches #5 for the first time in his career. Like 'hellohellohello' just above him, the Canadian’s one spot jump up is mostly due to a lack of activity from the, now, #6 ranked Andres 'probirs' Nemeth who took the entire week off. Ramiro ‘Ramiro’ Petrone had a healthy schedule this past week, picking up a second place finish in the partypoker Big Bounty Hunter on June 14 for $4,674 and 130.52 PLB points. The top ranking Argentinan is very likely to hit $4 million in lifetime earnings within the next two weeks as he is less than $14,000 shy of the milestone. Sweden’s ‘Ariados’ maintains his #8 rank despite not registering for any tournaments this week. Fabrizio ‘SixthSenSe19’ Gonzalez picks up one spot to land at #9 this week. The UK’s new #1-ranked player, Jonathan ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot is the second player in the top 10 to reach a new career high rank by coming in at #10. In total, Proudfoot made over $26,000 this week over the course of 29 cashes. Proudfoot had been steadily ascending over the course of the past few months and now is only 100 PLB points from taking another step up in the rankings. PocketFives Worldwide Top 25 RANK PLAYER POINTS PREVIOUS 1 lena900 12,414.08 1 2 C Darwin2 10,560.35 2 3 hellohellohello 9,932.16 4 4 Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky 9,866.80 3 5 GINS FINEST 9,323.64 6 6 Andres 'probirs' Nemeth 9,201.01 5 7 Ramiro 'Ramiro' Petrone 8,820.04 7 8 Ariados 8,487.90 8 9 Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez 8,400.70 10 10 Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot 8,300.53 11 11 Michael 'mczhang' Zhang 8,286.06 9 12 Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao 8,239.99 13 13 Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard 8,111.12 16 14 DamageAP 8,105.03 14 15 Guntis 'lovefee' Aleskins 7,939.84 15 16 Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar 7,823.92 18 17 'PaDiLaH SP' 7,791.43 12 18 Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford 7,680.88 17 19 Palyaaa 7,604.02 20 20 girafganger7 7,542.63 19 21 European 7,411.14 21 22 Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen 7,316.18 22 23 Jonatan 'Pot4teUS' Hellman 7,278.08 23 24 kofi89 7,181.95 25 25 NoPlanB 7,168.12 26
  2. 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 this month and still maintain the #1 rank. ‘lena900’s countryman ‘C Darwin2’ continues to play catch up and trails the #1 rank by over 1750 PLB points. Helping him close the gap though was a third-place finish in the July 22 edition of the PokerStars Bounty Builder High Roller for $17,131 and 223.84 PLB points. Like much of the top 10 this week, Russia’s ‘hellohellohello’ kept his same rank as last week, coming in at #3. However, he did manage to put together a pair of impressive scores this week. The first was a fourth-place finish in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $18,323 and 183.64 PLB points. Later that day he made another final table, finishing in fifth place in the bwin.com Super Sunday 1K for another $9,744/156.05. There continues to be no sign of #4 ranked ’Romeopro’ on the virtual felts. This leaves an opening for the #5 ranked ‘GINS FINEST’ to make a run at overtaking him. The Canadian currently trails ‘Romeopro’ by just over 213 PLB points. He helped himself this week by logging on for the first time since July 1 and finishing as the runner-up in the July 24 edition of PokerStars Bounty Builder High Roller for $11,430 and 190.64 PLB points. A similar situation is evolving between #6 ranked Andres ‘probirs’ Nemeth and #7 ranked Ramiro ‘Ramiro’ Petrone. Nemeth has seen his PLB points slipping while on a multi-week hiatus from online poker. The #1-ranked Argentinan Petrone one the other hand has continued to grind resulting in a pair of qualifying PLB scores this week. On July 25 Petrone scores a pair of victories. The first was in the PokerStars Big $215 for $5,362/152.32 PLB points and then he took down the $109 NLHE 6-Max, Hyper-Turbo for another $3,603/134.32. Petrone is within striking distance of overtaking Nemeth, trailing him by roughly 200 PLB points. Jonathan ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot has made a new career-high ranking for the second week in a row. Jumping up two spots to #8, the UK grinder had a big week with a pair of five-figure scores. He won the partypoker Tuesday Major for $13,000 and also took down the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller for another $10,760. In total, Proudfoot added 478.98 PLB points to his total this week. Fabrizio ‘SixthSenSe19’ Gonzalez held fast at the #9 position. His week was highlighted by a victory in the partypoker Super Sunday Smooth Deepstack for nearly $15,000 and 279.28 PLB points. Finally, wrapping up the top 10 this week is Patrick ‘pleno1’ Leonard. The #10 ranked Leonard posted a pair of monster results on July 22 including a victory in the partypoker Sunday Big Bounty Hunter for $22,999 and 387.30 PLB points. He then backed that up with a final table finish in the 1K Sunday Big Bounty Hunter for another $13,890/194.66. In other top 25 notable moves: Austria’s #1-ranked player ’Dattebayo’ rejoins the top 25, checking in at #21. When someone enters, someone must leave and this week it was Russia’s ‘NoPlanB’, slipping from #25 to #27. PocketFives Worldwide Top 25 RANK PLAYER POINTS PREVIOUS 1 lena900 12,123.86 1 2 C Darwin2 10,373.40 2 3 hellohellohello 9,744.33 3 4 Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky 9,605.54 4 5 GINS FINEST 9,392.22 5 6 Andres 'probirs' Nemeth 9,162.59 6 7 Ramiro 'Ramiro' Petrone 8,861.29 7 8 Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot 8,645.94 10 9 Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez 8,477.91 9 10 Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard 8,428.99 13 11 Ariados 8,428.61 8 12 Michael 'mczhang' Zhang 8,159.57 11 13 Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao 8,003.12 12 14 DamageAP 7,957.50 14 15 Guntis 'lovefee' Aleskins 7,848.22 15 16 Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar 7,832.14 16 17 'PaDiLaH SP' 7,676.01 17 18 Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford 7,544.79 18 19 Palyaaa 7,520.87 19 20 girafganger7 7,447.29 20 21 Dattebayo 7,397.16 27 22 European 7,363.20 21 23 Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen 7,281.65 22 24 kofi89 7,200.23 24 25 Jonatan 'Pot4teUS' Hellman 7,157.72 23
  3. 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 point he could muster. What was once a 2000 PLB point lead just weeks ago over fellow Swede 'C Darwin2' has been slimmed down to just over 169. ‘C Darwin2’ is one good week away from recapturing the throne that he held on to for most of 2018. ‘C Darwin2’ celebrated surpassing $10 million in lifetime earning this week. He did it in what may have seemed like a trivial result to the online high roller. He crossed the milestone with a 15th place finish in the August 18 edition of the PokerStars Omania High Roller for $1,647. The was by no means ‘C Darwin2’ best score of the week as he booked three tournament victories this week, two of which for five-figures. This included a win in the PokerStars $215 Monday 6-Max for $17,942 and 318.43 PLB points. On the morning of Monday, August 20, it looked like Russia’s ‘hellohellohello’ was going to finally reach the top spot in the rankings. After all, he had just defeated 5957 runners to win PokerStars’ flagship weekly tournament the $1,000,000 Sunday Million for a career-high cash of $160,888 and 1,091.60 PLB points. Even with his win, the Russian didn’t slow down. He booked two more victories this week as well as two more five-figure scores. In total, ‘hellohellohello’ racked up 1,461.02 PLB points and only sits 489 points behind the #1 spot. He has yet to reach that marker in his career and while he’s sat in the #2 spot once before, he’s never been so close in terms of PLB points. The rest of the top 5 remain the same as Matt ‘GINS FINEST’ Stone retains his #4 spot. Unlike last week, he did fire up the online client this week, however, he was unable to pick up any additional PLB points. Right behind him sits Jonathan ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot, the UK’s #1-ranked player. Like Stone, Proudfoot fired a few tournaments but his results this week didn’t do anything to add to his pursuit of a new career-high ranking. Both #6-ranked Ramiro ‘Ramiro’ Petrone and #7-ranked Andres ‘probirs’ Nemeth continue their vacation from the online grind, perhaps getting ready for the two online super series which begin in under two weeks. It’s another return to the top 10 for former #1-ranked partypoker Ambassador Patrick ‘pleno1’ Leonard. Leonard pulled in some valuable PLB points this week including his runner-up finish in the partypoker Sunday Second Chance High Roller for $9,800 and 156.13. Leonard jumped up three spots this week to land at #8. Will Roman ‘Romeopro’ Romanovsky return for the World Championship of Online Poker? That’s the big question hanging over the world’s #9 ranked player. He hasn’t been seen in online tournaments since May and it’s a testament to his incredible previous scores that he’s maintained a top 10 presence for so long without playing. Wrapping up the top 10 this week is another Swedish sensation as 'Ariados' looks to make another Rankings run. He booked a massive win in the PokerStars Sunday Warm-up for $34,431 and 460.65 PLB points. Other Top 25 notes: With WCOOP right around the corner it’s fitting that the reigning, defending WCOOP Main Event Champion Steven ‘SvZff’ van Zadelhoff returns to the top 25, jumping eight spots to #22. Joining him is Jerry ‘perrymejsen’ Odeen who used a victory in the Hotter $109 on PokerStars to leap back into the top 25, rising 12 spots to end up at #24. If two people enter the top 25, then two must exit and this week that falls to ‘kofi89’ and Chris ‘Big Huni’ Hunichen who both remain right around the top 25 bubble. PocketFives Worldwide Top 25 RANK PLAYER POINTS PREVIOUS 1 lena900 10,490.06 1 2 C Darwin2 10,320.55 2 3 hellohellohello 10,002.02 3 4 GINS FINEST 8,639.55 4 5 Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot 8,059.06 5 6 Ramiro 'Ramiro' Petrone 8,012.19 6 7 Andres 'probirs' Nemeth 7,928.25 7 8 Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard 7,751.52 11 9 Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky 7,701.45 8 10 Ariados 7,609.43 12 11 Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez 7,570.43 10 12 Michael 'mczhang' Zhang 7,413.92 14 13 Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar 7,370.20 9 14 Palyaaa 7,336.85 15 15 Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford 7,235.42 16 16 DamageAP 7,180.74 18 17 Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao 6,976.47 21 18 Dattebayo 6,960.80 13 19 Guntis 'lovefee' Aleskins 6,939.71 20 20 girafganger7 6,883.07 19 21 PaDiLaH SP 6,851.14 17 22 Steven 'SvZff' van Zadelhoff 6,779.68 30 23 European 6,725.11 24 24 Jerry ‘perrymejsen’ Odeen 6,679.71 36 25 MrBittar 6,661.92 25
  4. 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 causing him to steadily losing ground in that regard. What used to be a 2000 point lead over his countryman, and former #1-ranked player, ‘C Darwin2’ has dwindled to about 1000. That’s still a healthy lead, but it’s one that when the major fall online series fire up (WCOOP, POWERFEST), a lead like that can be eclipsed in short order. ’C Darwin2’, who is ranked #2 again this week, is also in a bit of a PLB point drought not picking up any himself this week either. PLB points haven’t been a problem for Matt ‘GINS FINEST’ Stone who, for the third week in a row, rises in the top 10 to a new career-high ranking. Stone is now in a position to make a run at the Swedish domination of the top two spots. Stone picked up a nice score when he finished as the runner-up in the August 5 edition of the PokerStars Sunday 500 for $22,989 and 270.02 PLB points. That, combined with his third-place finish in the PokerStars Omania High Roller for $8,729 and 136.86 PLB points, allowed Stone to cash for over $33,000 in the week. Even though Stone has been making huge leaps in the rankings all summer, he’s going to need some serious results if he wants to break into the next level. He currently sits roughly 1000 points behind ‘C Darwin2’ and that means almost 2000 behind ‘lena900’. With ‘GINS FINEST’ rising that means that ‘hellohellohello’ had to take a step backward, as he slips to the #4 spot. Even though it was light volume, the Russian did spend some time online and was able to pick up over $12,000 and 178.14 PLB points for his final table finish in the August 5 edition of PokerStars’ Sunday 500. Some aging results took their toll on ‘hellohellohello’s total PLB score as he dropped nearly 400 points from last week, even with his score. He still sits just above 9000 points and trails ‘GINS FINEST’ by 374 points. The top 5 also welcomes Jonathan ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot for the first time. Proudfoot, currently the UK’s #1-ranked player, rises two spots to a career-high ranking. He recorded a silver medal in the Thursday Major on partypoker for $5,453 and 131.62 PLB points. As an additional accolade, Proudfoot managed to capture the July PLB monthly leaderboard. Ramiro ‘Ramiro’ Petrone maintained his #6-ranking, despite not logging on to the online tables this week. Joining Petrone in keeping the lowest of profiles online is #7-ranked Fabrizio ‘SixthSenSe19’ Gonzalez and Andres ‘probirs’ Nemeth, who remains in the #8 spot for another week. The top 10 welcomes back Johannes ‘Greenstone25’ Korsar, who leaps five spots to land at #9. Korsar, yet another player from Sweden in the top 10, had a mammoth week on the online felts. Since August 2 he has amassed over $56,000 in cashes. This includes a final table finish in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $19,970 and 191.72 PLB points. He also picked up back to back victories on PokerStars. The first in the August 6 edition of the Big $109 for $6,030 and 179.16 PLB points. The very next day he won the Daily 500 for another $14,357. In total, Korsar picked up over 1000 PLB points since August 2 and is now in striking distance of his career high ranking of #6, which he last held in 2016. The inactivity finally caught up to Roman ‘Romeopro’ Romanovsky as he slips five spots to #10 and in all likelihood, fall back outside of the top 10 next week. He hasn’t been seen at the online tournament tables since May 28. PocketFives Worldwide Top 25 RANK PLAYER POINTS PREVIOUS 1 lena900 11,333.49 1 2 C Darwin2 10,328.99 2 3 GINS FINEST 9,389.02 4 4 hellohellohello 9,014.65 3 5 Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot 8,695.05 7 6 Ramiro 'Ramiro' Petrone 8,228.20 6 7 Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez 8,173.48 9 8 Andres 'probirs' Nemeth 8,119.97 8 9 Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar 7,997.32 14 10 Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky 7,977.85 5 11 Michael 'mczhang' Zhang 7,707.50 12 12 Ariados 7,597.28 11 13 Palyaaa 7,559.39 17 14 PaDiLaH SP 7,543.20 18 15 Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard 7,531.37 10 16 DamageAP 7,527.04 22 17 Dattebayo 7,508.69 13 18 Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao 7,492.80 16 19 girafganger7 7,396.62 19 20 Guntis 'lovefee' Aleskins 7,294.27 15 21 Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen 7,223.28 21 22 Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford 7,130.78 20 23 kofi89 7,073.16 24 24 MrBittar 6,981.29 33 25 European 6,809.71 23
  5. 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 there’s one player who is expected to anticipate the large guarantees of the fall online series it would be ‘lena900’. After all, it was his superior performances in the massive spring series that helped propel him above the current #2-ranked ‘C Darwin2’. For both of these Swedish superstars, this summer has been a quiet one. Both have spent quite a bit of time away from the online scene. For ‘lena900’ it’s the second week in a row that he’s been unable to capture any PLB qualifying scores, watching his PLB total dip below 12,000 for the first time in over a month. ‘C Darwin2’ on the other hand picked up a little ground by taking home over $21,000 and 279.43 PLB points for his runner-up finish in the July 29 edition of the partypoker Sunday Big Bounty Hunter. A player who is likely eager to pick up some ground this fall is Russia’s ‘hellohellohello’. This week he remains in the #3 spot, over 1000 PLB points from reaching the Swedish duo. Although he was unable to pick up any PLB points this week, he did just recently hit a new career milestone of over $7 million in lifetime earnings. Canada’s ’GINS FINEST’ has finally surpassed Roman ‘Romeopro’ Romanovsky to touch the #4 rank for the first time in his career. He was assisted by a final table finish in the July 29 edition of PokerStars Omania High Roller where he picked up over $6,000 and 109.69 PLB points. The Montreal resident continues to climb the ranks of the top 10 and is currently only 214 PLB points away from making a run at the top 3. Romanovsky slips to the #5 ranking, still keeping his distance from playing online. Putting in his grind though is Ramiro ‘Ramiro’ Petrone who jumps up one spot to #6 this week. Petrone booked over $26,000 in cashes this week, highlighted by a victory in the PokerStars Hot $109 for $6,532 and 187.62 PLB points. In total, he earned 439.44 in qualified PLB points. Another player who has not let off the gas is the UK’s #1-ranked player, Jonathan ‘proudflop’ Proutfoot, who checks in at a career-high ranking of #7 this week. He helped himself hit new heights with a fantastic score of $27,938 and 382.75 PLB points in the July 29 edition of the PokerStars Sunday 500. Proudfoot is knocking on the door of over $2.5 million in lifetime cashes, sitting under $60,000 away from the milestone. It’s likely, with his skill and volume, he’ll reach that mark by the end of the fall series. Andres ‘probirs’ Nemeth slips two spots to #8 on no volume while both Fabrizio ‘SixthSenSe19’ Gonzalez and Patrick ‘pleno1’ Leonard keep their same rankings from last week, #9 and #10 respectively. Other Top 25 Notes: While there was some shuffling in the top 25, there were no new additions. The biggest move of the week belongs to Austria's 'Dattebayo' who jumped up eight spots to land at #13. He picked up a pair of five-figure scores on July 29, including a victory in the partypoker Super Sunday High Roller for $40,828 and 380.79 PLB points. PocketFives Worldwide Top 25 RANK PLAYER POINTS PREVIOUS 1 lena900 11,918.64 1 2 C Darwin2 10,440.46 2 3 hellohellohello 9,491.36 3 4 GINS FINEST 9,277.31 5 5 Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky 9,195.46 4 6 Ramiro 'Ramiro' Petrone 8,891.29 7 7 Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot 8,829.59 8 8 Andres 'probirs' Nemeth 8,738.81 6 9 Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez 8,301.85 9 10 Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard 8,300.92 10 11 Ariados 8,255.58 11 12 Michael 'mczhang' Zhang 7,986.44 12 13 Dattebayo 7,858.33 21 14 Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar 7,761.31 16 15 Guntis 'lovefee' Aleskins 7,752.23 15 16 Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao 7,723.21 13 17 Palyaaa 7,642.59 19 18 PaDiLaH SP 7,630.84 17 19 girafganger7 7,571.71 20 20 Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford 7,565.42 18 21 Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen 7,468.23 23 22 DamageAP 7,416.67 14 23 European 7,345.85 22 24 kofi89 7,131.76 24 25 Jonatan 'Pot4teUS' Hellman 6,882.31 25
  6. 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 scores that totaled more than $35,000. This included a victory in the bwin.com $40K Bounty Hunter for $12,651. ‘lena900’s fellow Swede ‘C Darwin2’ one again sits in the #2 spot and now only trails the top spot by roughly 351 PLB points. For ‘C Darwin2’ it wasn’t a matter of climbing the ladder as much as simply holding his position. He did manage a final table finish in the partypoker Sunday Super High Roller to pick up $14,850 however, like his countryman, there were no PLB points earned for the former #1 this week. That cannot be said for Russia’s ‘hellohellohello’ who reclaimed the #3 spot this week. He rose one spot on the back of a victory in the August 16 edition of the PokerStars $1,050 Thursday Thrill where he picked up $27,270 and 378.15 PLB points. In total this week, ‘hellohellohello’ only recorded three cashes, having taken nearly a week off. He currently sits a full 1000 PLB points behind the #2 spot, yet that can all change in an instant one the World Championship Of Online Poker and POWERFEST kick off in early September. Matt ‘GINS FINEST’ Stone takes a small step backward from his career-high ranking of #3 and lands at #4 this week. After putting together a big week last week, it looks as though Stone opted to enjoy a week of summer, staying away from the online grind altogether. Perhaps Stone reached out to a few of his fellow top grinders to pitch the idea of a vacation as he wasn’t the only top-tier pro to go dark this week. Jonathan ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot (#5) and Ramiro ‘Ramiro’ Petrone (#6) both held their respective spots in the top 10 despite continued time away from the tables. It was quite the opposite for Andres ‘probirs’ Nemeth who made his return to the online tournament scene this week. Prior to this week, the last time Nemeth had recorded a score was July 8. His hiatus ended on August 12, as he hopped online and got back in the game. Nemeth played a couple tournaments and picked up some valuable PLB points, 258.54 in total, which helped him climb one spot to #7 this week. He made the final table in two tournaments earning four-figure scores in both. This included a seventh-place finish in the partypoker Sunday Super High Roller for $7,838. Roman ‘Romeopro’ Romanovsky actually rises two spots in the rankings despite still being absent from the online scene. It’s a mix of inactivity and aging scores that lands him at #8. Maintaining his #9 spot is Swedish online legend Johannes ‘Greenstone25’ Korsar. While he wasn’t able to bring in any PLB points this week, Korsar still sits within striking distance of his all-time best ranking of #6, which he touched back in 2016. Korsar is currently approximately 348 PLB points behind the #6 spot as of this week. Finally, wrapping up the top 10 this week is Fabrizio ‘SixthSenSe19’ Gonzalez, who slips three spots joining the pros who opted to take the week off. PocketFives Worldwide Top 25 RANK PLAYER POINTS PREVIOUS 1 lena900 10,529.70 1 2 C Darwin2 10,178.52 2 3 hellohellohello 9,143.29 4 4 GINS FINEST 8,832.51 3 5 Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot 8,411.17 5 6 Ramiro 'Ramiro' Petrone 8,087.84 6 7 Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez 7,952.56 8 8 Andres 'probirs' Nemeth 7,882.11 10 9 Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar 7,739.80 9 10 Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky 7,708.31 7 11 Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard 7,642.11 15 12 Ariados 7,444.91 12 13 Dattebayo 7,357.63 17 14 Michael 'mczhang' Zhang 7,300.63 11 15 Palyaaa 7,277.74 13 16 Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford 7,255.38 22 17 PaDiLaH SP 7,253.33 14 18 DamageAP 7,253.33 16 19 girafganger7 7,042.87 19 20 Guntis 'lovefee' Aleskins 7,030.91 20 21 Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao 6,997.57 18 22 kofi89 6,951.77 23 23 Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen 6,864.23 21 24 European 6,770.64 25 25 MrBittar 6,651.31 24
  7. “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 couple of hands, cash game hands and I'd lose, like, insane amounts of money at the time. Like, £60,” Proudfoot said. “Then it was like ‘quick deal two or three more hands before the next lesson’, that kind of stuff.” He means the kinds of "stuff" that leads one to finding their way to online poker. A lower stakes player, Proudfoot remembers his first real foray into the online world. He played a satellite to the PokerStars 2009 World Champions of Online Poker Main Event. He won the satellite, converted the ticket to tournament dollars, played another satellite and won another ticket. This time, he decided to play. No, Proudfoot didn’t end up winning the Main Event - it was Carter ‘ckingusc’ King that took it down that year - but Proudfoot did end up taking home $15,000. Plenty of money to get a bankroll started. “I was probably broke within a week,” said Proudfoot with a laugh. He lost the money but picked up the desire to grind harder. He studied, deposited $50 and began to play six max turbos for, basically, the next three years. At first, Proudfoot was doing well and beating the game. Over the course of time though he saw his earn dwindling as the game evolved. “I turned into a bad reg for about four years,” he said. “I was getting absolutely annihilated, playing a style that was so outdated.” Proudfoot was out there on his own, playing a lone wolf style. Not sharing hand histories, not using software, just playing his hands and eventually he saw his profit dissipate completely only making money on rakeback. It was unsustainable and he ended up losing "quite a bit." Only after a break to finish up his studies at University, did he think about playing again. “I was going to the gym at the time and I walked by a guy from my old school. He said ‘Oh, you play poker, don’t you? Have you seen ‘tonkaaaa’ on Twitch?’,” Proudfoot recalled. ‘tonkaaaa’ being Parker ‘tonkaaaa’ Talbot, the 888poker ambassador, and regular poker streamer. Proudfoot knew Talbot, not personally, but he played against him in all of those ‘bad reg’ years. “I watched ‘tonkaaaa’ for about two hours and everything just started clicking again,” Proudfoot said. “[Talbot] just broke a couple of hands down and I thought ‘oh my god, that’s how I used to think about poker. Why the fuck did I stop doing this?'” Watching Talbot on Twitch helped Proudfoot snap himself back to a mode of critical thinking that was successful for him at the start of his career. “I owe him pretty much everything.” That would include a major online title on the very site Talbot represents. Throughout the end of 2017 and into 2018, Proudfoot found results, including breaking to the worldwide top 100 for the first time. As he was ascending the rankings, the “under the radar” pro searched for and finally found a signature win. In May 2018, Proudfoot defeated the field of 855 players in the 888poker XL Inferno Main Event for career-high cash of over $209,000. He recalls how his big hands held up in timely spots helping him earn the victory. “It was just one of those games. Most tournament regulars will know that sometimes you get to a final table and you just can’t lose,” Proudfoot said. “Sometimes you get a feeling like 'it’s mine to lose.'” Since May, Proudfoot’s heater has continued helping him rise in the rankings and putting him just shy of $2.5 million in lifetime tournament earnings. He finally broke into the top 10 and hit a career-high ranking of #5 making him one of the most successful online tournament players of the past year. For Proudfoot, the rankings aren’t everything but he enjoys keeping an eye on them. “It’s something extra to add to the whole game and it is just a game at the end of the day, isn’t it? I mean, the [PocketFives Rankings] doesn’t mean that you're the best, but it’s a good indication. It’s the best indication we’ve got. So it’s fun to just keep score and see who’s winning,” Proudfoot said. “And, for sure, it even annoys people, doesn’t it? Like ‘Oh my god, I can’t believe he just won the Sunday Million! I’m never going to win the Sunday Million’…kind of thing. I think it’s fun. And it’s just a game, which I like.” Even though Proudfoot is currently still sitting in the top 10 and a regular in the toughest tournaments online, he’s still up for the challenge of getting better and playing even higher. “I was never the type of guy who wanted to just sit there and grind and just play the small stakes. I always wanted to play as high as possible.” With all of his ups and downs in poker over the past decade, Proudfoot remains that lone wolf in poker. He says he still doesn't know anyone in the UK poker scene and still doesn't share hand histories with anyone. Proudfoot simply puts in volume whenever he wants, so he can do whatever he wants. “I’d rather have fun than play every single Sunday. I’d rather go and live my life and enjoy myself.” Johnny Proudfoot is currently ranked #6 in the world.
  8. 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 point total accounts for the largest percentage of Proudfoot's monthly total of 3,216.30. Proudfoot had his say in June, as well, and improved from sixth in PLB to July's top spot. In second place by almost 500 points on the back of Proudfoot is Denmark's Jonas 'Palsgaard1' Christensen. The #1 ranked Danish player and 35th overall worldwide did the majority of his damage in one event. Christensen took second place in the July 8 Sunday Million and earned 714.24 PLB points along with a career-high online score of $111,045. Right behind Christensen is Russian rankings regular 'papan9_p$.' They finished July with another productive month that included eight wins with a triumph across PokerStars, partypoker, and 888poker. The last Sunday of July was the cherry on their month. A win in the partypoker Super Sunday 6-Max Bounty Hunter High Roller came with $23,204 in nuts and 302.03 worth of sprinkles. The group of Swedes are in the fourth and seventh positions. 'lena900' stands just off the podium and is joined by June PLB winner 'C Darwin2' three spots behind. Sweden remains the king of the jungle as 'lena900' leads the Worldwide Rankings with 'C Darwin2' in second. 'lena900' captured four wins with the best of the bunch coming on July 1. The PokerStars Hotter $109 ended with 'lena900' holding the trophy and $14,245 grand prize. The crowning July triumph for 'C Darwin2' was a silver medal in partypoker's Sunday Big Bounty Hunter High Roller. 'C Darwin2' notched 279.42 points for the result. Second on the Ukraine charts and fifth in PLB is 'Palyaaa.' They put together another top-10 month after taking third in the June PLB rankings. As a result of the strong consecutive campaigns, 'Palyaaa' is up to a career-best Worldwide Ranking of 17th. Current Worldwide top-10 member and former #1 Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez lodges in the sixth position. Gonzalez spent all of July recording results on partypoker and 888poker which resulted in six wins. Two more Russians reside in the top-10 to close out the bottom of the third of the July PLB rankings. 'kot_spartac' is in the eighth spot and Worldwide #3 'hellohellohello' dwells in 10th. 'kot_spartac' emerged with three wins in July in only two full weeks of action after ostensibly taking some time off to play live poker. 'hellohellohello' became the 37th player in PocketFives history to cross the $7 million mark in career tournament earnings. Their largest score of the monthly session was on PokerStars. The $2,100 Sunday High Roller winner's circle came lined with 316.23 points and $38,215. Doug 'OU_dlanger610' Lang is in the nine-hole. Lang put in a metric ton of volume in July and came away with five gold medal to show for his efforts. Officially around the corner on the second half of the year, Lang is ranked 50th in the world and fourth in his native Canada. A month after David 'bewater' Goodman hit the top-10 in June's PLB, fellow American Daniel 'centrfieldr' Lupo almost duplicated the feat. New Jersey's Lupo finished 16th in the July PLB rankings, only 145 points outside of 10th. PocketFives July PLB Rankings Top 10 RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 proudflop 3,216.30 2 Palsgaard1 2,722.75 3 papan9_p$ 2,718.58 4 lena900 2,630.43 5 Palyaaa 2,542.25 6 SixthSenSe19 2,481.25 7 C Darwin2 2,480.66 8 hellohellohello 2,359.76 9 OU_dlanger610 2,324.43 10 kot_spartac 2,282.12
  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, this was not his only major score on 888poker in 2018 as early in the year he finished as the runner-up in the XL Blizzard $200,000 Mini Main Event for just over $30,000. He also took down the February 4 edition of the $125,000 Whale for $34,375. Romanovsky continually put up big results in 888poker largest weekly tournament, the Sunday Whale. On April 29 he finished as the runner-up for $20,000. Then again on September 30, Romanovsky took the tournament down once again adding over $25,000 to his 888poker totals. What may be the most impressive part of his 2018 topping results is that he took three months off from online poker during the summer. He never showed any rust, continually crushing on the site. His 2018 results helped him soar to over $10 million in career lifetime scores and touch the worldwide #2-ranking this year. Not that far behind Romanovsky is Finland’s Tomi ‘emeriaa’ Brouk. Brouk amassed $349,763 on 888poker in 2018 with his biggest bink coming from May’s XL Inferno Main Event. Brouk finished as the runner-up in the $1,000,000 Main Event for $150,670. The score remains a career-high cash for the grinder and came only days after he booked a fourth-place finish in XL Inferno Event #16 ($200,000 High Roller) for an additional $31K. XL Inferno wasn’t the only XL series that Brouk did well in as he nearly hit another six-figure score back in January. He finished in third place in the XL Blizzard $1M Main Event for $99,198. All of those scores plus regular four-figure score in the weekly Whale made Brouk the #2 highest casher on 888poker in 2018. He currently sits inside the top 100, ranked at #92 in the world. It was an equally massive year for one of the UK’s top online poker talent, Jonathan ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot. Proudfoot enjoyed a breakout year in 2018 and was the third highest casher on 888poker, racking up $238,121 in online tournament scores. For Proudfoot, there is one major score that defined his year on 888poker. On May 20, he went the distance in the XL Inferno Main Event taking home a career-high cash of $209,779, defeating the man above him on this list heads-up for the win. The victory helped push the rising star of Proudfoot further into the spotlight as it propelled him to a career-high worldwide ranking of #4 in the world and #1 in the UK. Coming in at #4 in 2018 is ‘machiavelli3’. The Swedish grinder spends a good amount of time on 888poker and picked up four five-figure cashes on the site this year. His spotlight victory was when he took down the Event #31 of XL Eclipse ($100,000 Mega Deep) for $27,930. That nice score came only days after he won XL Eclipse Event #10 ($100,000 Tune Up) for another $22,170. In the month of July, ‘machiavelli3’ finished as the runner-up in the weekly Whale on two occasions. The first on July 22 for $16,750 and then again the very next week for an additional $20,445. This after finishing in third place earlier in the month. His prowess on helped push him to a career-high ranking of #19 in 2018 and a money milestone of over $3 million lifetime. He currently sits at #56 in the world. Wrapping up the top 5 in 2018 is legendary Swedish online player ‘C Darwin2’. Currently the #2-ranked player in the world, ‘C Darwin2’ seemingly crushes every tournament he enters and this year he lifted $212,599 off of 888poker. His biggest 888poker score of the year was when he finished right behind Romanovsky in the XL Eclipse $1,000,000 Main Event. His runner-up finish added $135,000 to his coffers and helped push him to over $11.4M in lifetime earnings. 888poker Top 10 Earners of 2018 Name Earnings Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky $405,285.50 Tomi 'emeriaa' Brouk $349,763.92 Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot $238,121.70 'machiavelli3' $219,218.72 'C Darwin2' $212,599.18 'Crib09' $179,030.08 Arsenii 'josef_shvejk' Karmatskiy $169,107.76 'lena900' $161,278.63 Bryan 'pbaris' Paris $156,778.42 Sebastian 'p0cket00' Sikorski $152,703.41
  10. 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 in a while as 6,058 buy-ins created a $1,211,600 prize pool. 'Diego Ventura' made his third Sunday Million final table appearance having previously finished in 7th and 3rd place, but this time around he was the first player to depart, taking away $9,621 in ninth place. The field was then whittled down to the final three with #1 ranked 'Lena900' looking for his first Sunday Million title. The Swede achieved a fourth-place finish in the SM back in 2014, but could only go one better this time, after he fell in third for $80,555. 'tikidiii' was then crowned the winner, over 14 hours since the tournament started, as '4_VaNyA_4' hit the rail with the silver medal for $114,788. Foxen outlasted 165 other players to win the PokerStars $1,050 High Roller Club Sunday Supersonic $43,058 - the second biggest online score of his career. The final table included Ramiro 'ramastar88' Petrone, former #1-ranked 'eisenhower1', Adrijan 'Adrijan_S' Sinishtaj and eventual runner-up Felix 'th'Kick' Bleiker. 'pokerluka' went the distance in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller after a heads-up deal was agreed with 'bartek901'. 120 entrants created a $264,000 prize pool, and when the final table came together, it featured 'Lrslzk,' Mustapha 'lasagnaaammm' Kanit and PokerStars Team Pro Igor Kurganov. Kurganov was the last of those to names to fall after he exited in fourth place for $25,654.78, and after 'T 54 T 97s' departed in third place for $33,162.88, the final two agreed to chop the remaining prize pool. 'pokerluka' then got the better of 'bartek901' heads-up and was left as the winner with $49,371.54. Hungary's #1 ranked player Andras 'probirs' Nemeth came through a 1,152 player field in the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller PKO to further enhance his reputation as one of the best online players in the world. Kelvin 'Kelvin_FP:AR' Kerber took the bronze medal for $25,177.99 + $6,249.88 in bounties before Nemeth faced a final battle against former WCOOP and SCOOP winner 'compris.' But Nemeth, who himself has three major SCOOP titles to his name, was able to dispose of his opponent, who walked away with $34,349.38 + $3,347.66, to claim the first-place prize of $46,862 + $42,808. Sweden's 'eijseijs' took down this week's PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up title for $36,132.68 after a heads-up battle with 'fahim69'. The prize pool was set at $228,600 after 1,143 players all took their shot at the top prize. PocketFivers' 'barnaby10921' (9th), 'Emilohlsson' (5th) and 'Tr!pleeeee'(4th), all featured on the final table before '1_DON7_TH1NK' exited in third place for $18,679.13. 'eijseijs' ultimately sent 'fahim69' to the rail in second place for $25,979, and picked up the win to add an already impressive $4.8 in online earnings. Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot turned $215 into $29,631 after he won the partypoker $215 Sunday Main Event. The event attracted 830 entrants and generated a $166,000 prize pool. Brazil's 'phbbc' made a deep run but had to settle for $14,159 in third place before Proudfoot defeated 'hearthcrap' heads-up for the win, with the latter taking away $21,082 as runner-up. 'hawkeyejunior' banked $71,662 after they were victorious in the partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller. The tournament came with a $200,000 guarantee, but that number was eclipsed as the 117 entrants made for a $292,500 prize pool. World ranked #1 'Drulitooo' managed seventh place for $11,700 before former world #1 and current partypoker ambassador Joao Simao achieved a third-place finish for $36,562. 'JgsNV' was then the final player to depart and added $51,187 to their bankroll, after 'hawkeyejunior' held off their final challenge. 888poker gave their players the chance to play their biggest Sunday tournaments for half the price this week, with Argentina's #1 ranked player Ramiro 'lasochobi' Petrone taking full advantage. Petrone saw off the 130 player field in the $530 Sunday Sale $50,000 Whale after he defeated 'SalsaFiesta' heads-up to win the $16,250 first-place prize. And in the $109 Sunday Sale Mega Deep,'23NoraB' was the last of 1,453 players standing to bank a cool $26,488, following a heads-up battle with Lithuania's 'PiktasVilkas,' who collected $18,889 as runner-up. Below are this week’s Sunday final table results: PokerStars Sunday Million ($200 + $15 NLHE) $1M Guaranteed 6,058 entrants, $1,211,600 prize pool tikidiii - $163,574.88 4_VaNyA_4 - $114,788.68 Lena900 - $80,555.16 luckyman147 - $56,831.07 pitaoufmg - $39,671.78 rmiguel2007 - $27,840.38 ChiphunterTH - $19,357.53 karl-heinz_p - $13,710.95 Die Ventura - $9,621.62 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $150k Gtd 120 entrants, $264,000 prize pool pokerkluka - $49,371.54* bartek901 - $48,911.08* T 54 T 97s - $33,162.88 IgorKurganov - $25,654.78 lasagnaaammm - $19,846.49 Lrslzk - $15,353.23 hhecklen - $11,877.22 DotComRicher - $9,188.20 EstoyPiantao - $7,107.98 PokerStars $1,050 High Roller Club Sunday Supersonic 166 entrants, $ 219,425.76 prize pool Alex 'bigfox86' Foxen - $43,057.52 Felix 'th'Kick' Bleiker - $ 33,057.39 Adrijan 'Adrijan_S' Sinishtaj - $ 25,379.85 eisenhower1 - $ 19,485.42 Belabacsi - $ 14,959.94 Ramiro 'ramastar88' Petrone - $ 11,485.51 Eccentric_BG - $ 8,872.37 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller PKO, $300k Gtd 1,152 entrants, $576,000 prize pool probirs - $46,862.17 + $42,808.70 compris - $34,349.38 + $3,347.66 Kelvin_FP:AR - $25,177.99 + $6,249.88 2Much$4U_08 -$18,455.38 + $3,056.64 eddycadub - $13,527.73 + $13,635 hdjgkfgsdl - $9,915.78 + $554.69 sitiolibre - $7,268.22 + $3,113.28 llariFIN - $5,327.59 + $2,609.37 BAGBAGBAGBAG - $3,905.13 + $5,551.27 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $175k Gtd 1,143 entrants, $228,600 prize pool eijseijs - $36,132.68 fahim69 - $25,979.01 1_DON7_TH1NK - $18,679.13 Tr!pleeeee - $13,430.45 Emilohlsson - $9,656.58 brille-390 - $6,943.17 Kohlrabi7 - $4,992.18 westcourt - $3,589.43 barnaby10921 - $2,580.82 partypoker $215 Sunday Main Event $150k Gtd 830 entrants, $166,000 prize pool Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot - $29,631 hearthcrap - $21,082 phbbc - $14,159.80 farell8 - $9,594.80 acestyles - $6,772.80 Riverixxx - $4,880.40 glassofwhiskey1 - $3,486 CiccionaLA - $2,423.60 partypoker $530 KO Series #38-HR-$300k 815 entrants, $ $417,687 prize pool metallist535 - $36,369.82 + $35,374.29 PhilMcIvey1 - $25,876.25 + $131.25 YumsYums - $17,379.87 + $5,241.80 ebisumaru87 - $11,776.75 + $5,916.55 therealmoorm - $8,313 + $2,091.78 AstraIncognita - $5,990.25 + $4,466.61 donkcallfold - $4,278.75 + $5,061.33 Swagg3r123 - $2,974.75 + $1,804.68 partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller $200k Gtd 117 entrants, $292,500 prize pool hawkeyejunior - $71,662.50 JgsNV - $51,187.50 joaosimaobh - $36,562.50 omaha4rollz - $25,593.75 VolZok_ - $19,012.50 Dork Pork - $14,625 Drulitooo - $11,700 WinManey - $9,506.25 partypoker $1,050 Sunday Main Event-HR $200k Gtd 278 entrants, $278,000 prize pool HungarysHero - $48,287.90* ojanOmaha - $47,066.11 JWPRODIGY - $28,078 DOnt_DO-iT - $20,433 yungmanco - $14,456 toadstoadstoads - $10,842 Sentapied99 - $7,465 Garrin4e1 - $5,560 888poker $530 Sunday Sale $50,000 Whale 130 entrants – $65,000 prize pool lasochobi - $16,250 SalsaFiesta - $11,050 H8ersGnaH8 - $8,450 DeucesCrackd - $6,012.50 WadoIchimonj - $4,225 ifearpanic - $3,412.50 YSoSerious7 - $2,762.50 spider4444 - $2,775 888poker $109 Sunday Sale Mega Deep 1,453 entrants – $145,300 prize pool 23NoraB - $26,488.19 PiktasVilkas - $18,889 PAS2HOFF - $14,530 mne_d0edet1 - $10,897.50 c_aguiar - $7,265 sonmonedass - $5,085.50 RedPantRed - $2,906 LarsTheGreat - $2,106.85
  11. 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 the centrolls or value-added qualifiers, or are simply taking your shot on winning the $2.5 million first place prize, here are a couple suggestions from top-tier tournament pros on how to deal with those big tournament fields. With over $22 million in live cashes, partypoker ambassador Jason Koon is more than familiar with jumping into large field tournaments. He’s no stranger to taking down big-time online MTTs, having secured a SCOOP title and winning a Sunday Warm-up that had over 3,500 runners. “I think that people put a lot more emphasis on trying to walk on water and do something magical to go through these giants fields and the truth of it is that you have to run good to win one of these tournaments. You’re going to have to win tons of flips, you’re occasionally going to have to suck out of fade a big suck out,” Koon said. There’s no doubt, the winner of the MILLIONS Online is going to have to harness some luck. But there’s some skill, and research that can be employed to help boost your chances. The UK’s Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot, currently the #12-ranked online player in the world, already picked up his seat to the MILLIONS Online via a qualifier. A true online grinder, he feels like scaling down the field to thinking about your own table is a good way to go, and getting some intel doesn’t hurt either. “The single most vital tool for any large field online tournament is Sharkscope. If you’re not using Sharkscope and searching players in these events you’re losing so much value,” Proudfoot said. “Being able to adjust your play based on your opponents is that I would deep the most important attribute in this tournament type.” Koon also has some more specific ideas of a proper mindset for fighting through the large fields. “I think if you go into the tournament ready to grind out the slow levels when you are really card dead that’s a great state of mind. But don’t go in there thinking ‘I’m looking to fold kings today’ or whatever there’s just going to be spots where you have to get it all-in pre-flop and if you’re beat, that’s just the way the game works,” Koon said. He reminds people to play their best poker but even though it’s a big event, not to be too precious about it. “Don’t play overly passive. Just understand that even if you’re the best player in the world it’s going to take a miracle to win a 4000 person tournament. Do your best to be detached from the idea that if you win the tournament it’s going to be a life-changing amount of money and focus more on what your hand-for-hand options are. Then hopefully you’re the person who gets lucky enough to run deep.” Proudfoot shared a couple other off-the-felt preparations that players can take to heart, to set themselves up for a long day of clicking buttons and sweating the flips. “Food prepping is probably the most important,” Proudfoot said. “Just making all your meals before you begin playing, so you’re not going hungry during the long grind. I make sure I’m always relaxed and chilled before playing. A nice shower just before starting is always a good technique. I also always look over a few hands and specific thinking I’m working on before starting as well…of, and a few decent playlists never hurt either.” The partypoker $20M GTD MILLIONS Online takes place from November 25 through December 5. There are five starting flights and a $2.5 million guaranteed first place prize.
  12. 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 and partypoker presented their hefty fall super series schedules. Marquee players like Chris ‘moorman1’ Moorman, Shaun Deeb, Steve ‘MrTimCaum’ O’ Dwyer and ‘girafgander7’ all picked up titles over the course of the series. Here’s a look back at some September’s biggest results. READ: WCOOP - ‘wann2play’ Wins High Main Event, $1.35M READ: POWERFEST - Steve O’ Dwyer Wins $25K Super High Roller for $896K READ: WCOOP - Shaun Deeb Picks Up Another Victory On Son’s Birthday READ: POWERFEST - Chris ‘moorman1’ Moorman Victorious In Six Max PKO Take a look back on all of PocketFives' WCOOP and POWERFEST content. Huge WCOOP Paydays Propel Players To New Rankings Heights After a pair of huge online series, there is bound to be titanic shifts in the online rankings. Major amounts of PLB points are there for the taking and players who may only log on to play in the biggest events are sent soaring up the charts due to big-time wins. PokerStars tournaments alone generated a prize pool of close to $100 million and so when players won, they often won big. So we took a closer look at which players were the biggest beneficiaries of their grind. The list includes Steve O’ Dwyer, Sergio ‘zcedrick’ Aido, Chance ‘Chances Cards’ Kornuth and Joseph ‘subiime’ Cheong. READ: Huge WCOOP Paydays Propel Players To New Rankings Heights Denis ‘aDrENalin710’ Strebkov Does It Again When PokerStars expanded their WCOOP schedule to include three different levels of tournaments (High/Medium/Low), as they had traditionally done during SCOOP, it gave players a chance at racking up multiple WCOOP titles. No one took more advantage of that then Russia’s Denis ‘aDreNAalin710’ Strebkov. Strebkov went on a WCOOP heater, racking up wins and becoming one of the biggest stories of the entire series. At one point he sat atop multiple WCOOP leaderboards and was in contention for the Low, Medium, High and Overall all at the same time. On this day, Strebkov took down his fourth title en route his record-breaking run. READ: WCOOP - Denis ‘aDrENalin710’ Strebkov Leads The Way With Fourth Win Phil Galfond’s Online Poker Site Gets Closer To Launch “We’re getting to the point now where, while there are still a lot of known bugs and we’re working on them, they’re fewer and further between.” - Phil Galfond discussing Run It Once Poker in September. There was a point when Phil Galfond’s Run It Once online poker site had a September target date for launch. While they were unable to make that mark, Galfond did come out with a major update and include some of the first video of actual gameplay of the future site. At the same time, he expanded the beta program (which is currently still in full swing) after positive feedback from those who have been playing on the closed site. READ: Phil Galfond Shows Off Run It Once Software In Latest Update Jonathan ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot Rises To #1 In The UK In September PocketFives had the opportunity to touch base with 2018 UK breakout star Jonathan ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot to take about his amazing results and rise in the rankings. The 28-year old professional talks about coming up in the online scene, building up a bankroll, going broke and turning into a ‘bad reg.’ After finding inspiration from Parker ‘tonkaaaa’ Talbot online, Proudfoot gathered himself and rededicated his focus to his online game. This led him to an incredible victory in the 888poker XL Inferno Main Event for a career-high cash of over $209,000. Since that time Proudfoot continues to compete at the highest level, staying in the top 10 worldwide conversation. READ: From ‘Bad Reg’ to #1 in the UK - Johnny ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot Michael ‘mczhang’ Chi Zhang Claims September Monthly PLB Award Absent from the headlines above is the tremendous run that the UK’s Michael ‘mczhang’ Chi Zhang went on during September. Zhang picked up 17 PLB qualifying scores and as impressive as that is, it doesn’t even begin to tell the story of his month. Zhang put together six five-figure scores before he set a new personal best cash of $265,995 in WCOOP-43-H ($25,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller). He was just getting started. Four days later, he broke that record in WCOOP-58-H ($5,200 No Limit Hold’em Main Event) where he took fifth for a new career-high cash of $382.252. He then went on to nearly break that record with a fourth-place finish in WCOOP-62-H ($25,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller) for $336,740. Then he, for the third time in the month, set a new career high cash with his third-place finish in the partypoker POWERFEST #122-SHR ($3M Championship Event) for $468,000 on September 21. It was an amazing month for Zhang allowing him to take time away from the online tables as he hasn’t logged an online result since September 24.
  13. 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 $116,325. The final table of this event was packed with online poker’s elite as ‘mwhldwn’ (aka ‘Bencb789’), ‘girafganger7’, Jonathan ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot and partypoker ambassador Joao ‘joaosimaobh’ Simao all made the top six and took home five-figure cashes. There will be plenty of the popular Progressive Knockout tournaments throughout the POWERFEST schedule and the biggest buy-in of them all on Sunday was the $2,100 POWERFEST #04-HR. 250 entries helped the tournament exceed the $500,000 guarantee by $12,500. The bulk of that prize pool was claimed by ‘JgsNV’ who took home the $40,305 first place prize and added on over $56,000 in bounties. ‘pockjack0’ officially finished as the runner-up for $40,255 and an extra $17,156 in bounties. There were two $1K tournaments on the schedule on Sunday. ’Hac3Cosas’ bested the 371 entry field in the $1,050 POWERFEST #02-HR [Deep, Eight Max] to earn the $71,974 first place payday. He outlasted ‘bscmt’ who settled for just over $51,000 as the runner up. Jonathan ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot also made an appearance on this final table, bowing out in eighth place for $6,900. The second of the $1K’s saw the #10-ranked player in the world, Sweden’s ‘inhoo’, take down the $1,050 POWERFEST #06-HR [PKO, Fast, Eight Max] for a total score of over $50K. Playing under his partypoker screen name ‘petdet3ctive’, the Swede grabbed the first place prize of $23,827 and tacked on an additional $28,384 over 10 collected bounties. ‘MysterioBrown’ finished in second place, taking home $23,827 plus over $8,600 in bounties. partypoker ambassador Kristen ‘Krissyb24’ Bicknell finished in sixth place for over $6,400 + $1,885 in bounties. POWERFEST $530 #01-HR [Slow, 8-Max], $250,000 Gtd 555 entrants, $277,500 prize pool 1. Ignent - $51,726 2. DamianLillard - $36,768.75 3. beguidobao - $25,058.25 4. z-booooo - $17,343.75 5. La.Brouletterie - $12,210 6. spinner2255 - $8,824.50 7. Krissyb24 - $6,354.75 8. Alien_Army - $4,551 POWERFEST $1,050 #02-HR [Deep, 8-Max], $300,000 Gtd 371 entrants, $371,000 prize pool 1. Hac3Cosas - $71,974 2. bscmt - $51,940 3. Sheparentao - $35,987 4. TullaMoreFan12 - $25,784.50 5. BateBicoPLZ - $18,364.50 6. NoisiaRadio - $13,615.70 7. shorezydrew - $9,460.50 8. proudflop - $6,900.60 POWERFEST $5,200 #03-SHR [8-Max], $500,000 Gtd 141 entrants, $705,000 prize pool 1. DeanMalenko - $162,079.50 2. wildace10 - $116,325 3. mwhldwn - $84,600 4. omgitsgiraf - $59,925 5. proudflop - $42,300 6. joaosimaobh - $33,487.50 7. Equilibrium_x - $26,649 8. TIMEXCNT - $21,150 POWERFEST $2,100 #04-HR [PKO, 8-Max], $500,000 Gtd 250 entrants, $512,000 prize pool 1. JgsNV - $40,305.44 + $56,023.28 in bounties 2. pockjack0 - $40,255.41 + $17,156.83 in bounties 3. mnbvcxziki - $28,713.40 + $9,089,06 in bounties 4. lgnent - $21,228.86 + $17,316.80 in bounties 5. smir9david - $14,969.07 + $10,352.34 in bounties 6. hi_all - $11,430.92 + $1,570 in bounties 7. Beeeetelgeuse - $8,437.11 + $4,331.25 in bounties 8. Maddonaa - $6,259.79 + $525 in bounties POWERFEST $530 #05-HR [Deep, Turbo, 8-Max], $100,000 Gtd 218 entrants, $111,725 prize pool 1. lincownz - $22,780.79 2. spera9k1 - $16,535.30 3. Spacey1891 - $11,786.98 4. petdet3ctive - $8,714.55 5. Flompe - $6,144.87 6. Jeff7010 - $4,692.45 7. kimokh - $3,463.47 8. ilushan - $2,569.67 POWERFEST $1,050 #06-HR [PKO, Fast, 8-Max], $300,000 Gtd 303 entrants, $309,060 prize pool 1. petdet3ctive - $23,827 + $28,384.70 in bounties 2. MysterioBrown - $23,797.32 + $8,616.57 in bounties 3. A23456789 - $16,701.80 + $7,645.62 in bounties 4. alwayswin2222 - $12,154.28 + $9,441.24 in bounties 5. Otxark0agabr0 - $8,598.94 + $3,956.87 in bounties 6. Krissyb24 - $6,449.21 + $1,885 in bounties 7. KERBMODE - $4,547.52 + $6,191.25 in bounties 8. SleepWalker13 - $3,307.28 + $4,452.50 in bounties POWERFEST $530 #07-HR [PKO, Turbo, Mix-Max], $100,000 Gtd 230 entrants, $117,875 prize pool 1. Barsukeen - $10,105.27 + $14,917.51 in bounties 2. megustaestrecha - $10,093.70 + $3,248.45 in bounties 3. alex2pairs - $7,180.25 + $2,190.25 in bounties 4. Krissyb24 - $5,235.19 + $2,272.26 in bounties 5. RhymeAndReason - $3,909.46 + $1,529.89 in bounties 6. Maddonaa - $2,606.31 + $1,443.75 in bounties 7. BernhardPavar - $1,581.25 + $1,000.79 in bounties 8. zxsd1976 - $1,581.25 + $1,804.67 in bounties 9. Isildur1 - $1,581.25 + $2,411.71 in bounties
  14. 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 and claimed $90,747 as the runner-up. China's #1 ranked player 'zzwwzzwwzz' came through a 133 player-field in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller to add $55,834 to their bankroll. Current world #1 'Lena900' just missed out on a podium position after the Swede fell in fourth place for $25,849. World #2 Andras 'probirs' Nemeth then secured the bronze medal alongside $33,414, before world #21 Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot hit the rail in second place for $43,193. This week's PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller glory went to Norway's 'Tinas21' after coming through a 1,170 player-field. 'BUYNI' walked away with $24,760 + $8,054 in bounties for third place, which set up the heads-up battle. 'ultraviol3nt' then saw their bounty head in the direction of former TCOOP winner 'Tinas21' and departed with $33,780 + $1,468, with the Norweigan victor banking a massive $46,085 + $46,827 in bounties as the winner. 'dujo123' turned $215 into $31,469, after they battled through a 960 player-field to win the PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up. World ranked #48 and 'BITB' part-owner Samuel '€urop€an' Vousden narrowly missed on a top three medal position after the Finn hit the rail in fourth place for $12,026. The final player to miss out on a place in the heads-up battle was 'fellatiado' who banked $16,572 in third, and when the action came to its climax, 'dujo123' was declared as the winner, after defeating Brazil's former WCOOP winner 'hellzito' who took away $22,836 and the silver medal. The partypoker $5,200 The Big Game returned and with it came the $1m guaranteed prize pool. Despite satellites running over the past few weeks, the total entrants were set at 194, meaning the overall prize pool just fell short of the guarantee. When the action got underway, regular high-stakes player 'Chelsea72' appeared in the fourth-place spot for $78,000 and left the final three to battle it out for the $203,900 top prize. Poland's #1 'GreenNaugahyde' fell in third place for a six-figure $105,500 score, before Ireland's 'SlowDoke' saw their deep run come to an end in second place for $148,000, which left 'ucantrybut' to claim the glory alongside $203,900. Over on GGPoker, it was a very good day for 'vamossuerte' who secured both a gold and bronze medal in the high-roller 'Blade' events. The $10K Blade saw 22 entrants battle for a massive $111,501 top-prize, and it was 'vamossuerte' who secured the first money spot after they took third place for $34,449 before 'ImLividBuddy' lost out to 'PokerOKbro' heads-up. 'vamossuerte' then went the distance in the $5K Blade and banked the biggest share of the $247,000 prize pool. World ranked #5 Roman 'SanityWaterline' Romanovsky continued his great form to cash in third place for $38,983, before 'vamossuerte' got the better of 'ravenoustrashdog' heads-up to seal the $94,390 first-place prize. Below is this week's results: PokerStars $109 Sunday Million $1M Guaranteed 11,480 entrants, $1,148,000 prize pool tomnelz1 - $110,747.45* TheVirus217 - $90,747.46* Berthelcult - $61,488.14 IADTTMax - $44,621.95 FreshAir93 - $32,382.09 fishyfischer - $23,499.56 Csabi69 - $17,053.54 ChristianBR4 - $12,375.78 777ANTONY777 - $8,981.03 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $200k Gtd 133 entrants, $266,000 prize pool zzwwzzwwzz - $55,834.07 Proudflop - $43,193.10 probirs - $33,414.12 Lena900 - $25,849.13 Negriin - $19,996.84 Naza114 - $15,469.54 compris - $11,967.20 Kot_Spartac - $9,257.81 Tankanza - $7,161.83 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $450k Gtd 1,170 entrants, $585,000 prize pool Tinas21 - $46,085.57 + $46,827.98 ultraviol3nt - $33,780.18 + $1,468.75 BUYNI - $24,760.76 + $8,054.67 xs169747 - $18,149.56 + $8,228.13 M.nosbocaJ - $13,303.60 + $1,234.38 Nacho124441 - $9,751.51 + $6,923.84 joaoMathias - $7,147.85 + $4,386.71 ShipitFTW911 - $5,339.34 + $2,968.75 blanconegro - $3,840.43 + $4,324.23 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $175k Gtd 960 entrants, $192,000 prize pool dujo123 - $31,469.27 hellzito - $22,836.59 fellatiado - $16,572.51 €urop€an - $12,026.66 TY4Stacks2 - $8,727.74 Alex.Z(A3) - $6,333.71 progre69 - $4,596.36 DSmunichlife - $3,335.57 TiltMeBig - $2,420.62 partypoker $2,100 Sunday High Roller Gladiator $250k Gtd 111 entrants, $250,000 prize pool donzledurbru - $25,124.97 + $38,357.82 aLiNeNok1617 - $25,098.21 + $2,362.50 Sentapied99 - $17,936.82 + $11,517.19 onehundredeyes - $12,555.77 + $4,462.50 Partyyycular - $9,327.15 + $3,346.87 BuyThaPot - $7,174.73 + $1,837.50 ojanOmaha - $5,739.78 + $3,084.37 ucantrybut - $4,663.57 + $6,168.75 partypoker $530 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter - $200k Gtd 424 entrants, $217,300 prize pool CrazyLissy - $15,939.01 + $19,436.46 xChico - $15,917.76 + $8,690.24 BowserPT - $10,928.94 + $5,026.48 PaquesigasCerdo - $7,673.51 + $2,161.52 Beachfarm95 - $5,487.72 + $1,960.56 smir9david - $3,999.53 + $2,477.35 MechaCorta - $2,825.24 + $1,837.50 Gadabum - $2,057.89 + $853.11 partypoker $5,200 The Big Game $1M Gtd 194 entrants, $1,000,000 prize pool ucantrybut - $203,900 SlowDoke - $148,000 GreenNaugahyde - $105,500 Chelsea72 - $78,000 MechaCorta - $55,000 RPILON - $42,000 letsgodancing - $31,000 franthemonster - $23,000 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Deepstack - $200k Gtd 192 entrants, $200,000 prize pool SHHHHHHHHHH77 - $44,260 HungarysHero - $31,800 Gedis11 - $23,200 Sheparentao - $16,600 KryptoKing420 - $11,600 Dork Pork - $9,000 chaAat - $7,000 Loewe80 - $5,500 888poker $200 Sunday Mega Deep $100,000 455 entrants – $100,000 prize pool KTBFFH89 - $17,388.48* Diegoavc - $16,461.52* drupalucker - $11,000 buitre180 - $8,250 OccItalian - $5,700 oTLIN - $4,400 PiktasVilkas - $3,400 Catholao - $2,400 Dr.Lorax - $1,750 GGPoker $10k Blade $200,000 gtd 22 entrants – $213,400 prize pool PokerOKbro - $111,501.50 ImLividBuddy - $67,449.42 vamossuerte - $34,449.07 GGPoker $5k Blade $200,000 gtd 52 entrants – $247,000 prize pool vamossuerte - $94,390.92 ravenoustrashdog - $58,040.06 SanityWaterline - $38,983.98 Shark Bait - $26,184.51 Krissyb24 - $17,587.46 SasukeUchiha - $11,813.04 *denotes money-deal.
  15. 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 405 other players in Event #32 High ($1,050 NLHE PKO) and then came out on top after the final four players agreed to a deal that chopped up more than $100,000. 'Loks82' took home $26,116.91 from that deal and then added another $35,242.17 worth of bounties. Dzmitry ‘Colisea’ Urbanovich moved into a tie with Dan Kelly for the third most WCOOP titles of all time after shipping Event #34 ($2,100 8-Game). Urbanovich beat a final table that included Mike Watson, Shaun Deeb, and Noah Boeken before finishing the victory off against 'aleksandrs10' heads up. The only players with more WCOOP wins than Urbanovich and Kelly are Deeb (eight wins) and Denis 'aDreNalin710' Strebkov (nine titles). 'Wildace_hun' won his second WCOOP title in as many years by taking down Event #35 High ($2,100 Six Max NLHE Freezeout) to earn $79,781.92. Former #1-ranked Andreas 'mrAndreeew' Berggren finished in second place and walked away with $60,306.92. Boeken took down Event #34 Medium to highlight the other eight winners on Wednesday. Joining Boeken in the winner's circle were 'neto gol' (Event #32 Medium), 'Bellsprout6' (Event #32 Low), 'serggorelyi7' (Event #33 Medium), 'Stakelis24' (Event #33 Low), '4Kings_Hit' (Event #34 Low), 'luk9r' (Event #35 Medium), and 'blebelea' (Event #35 Low). WCOOP #32-H: $1,050 NLHE (PKO, Freezeout) 410 entries $410,000 prize pool Loks82 - $26,116.91* + $35,242.17 William 'hellzito' Arruda - $25,842.91* + $5,468.75 CrazyLissy - $23,892.58* + $11,945.31 Chris 'ImDaNuts' Oliver - $24,997.93* + $5,472.65 WCOOP #32-M: $109 NLHE (PKO, Freezeout) 3,437 entries $343,700 prize pool neto gol - $21,150.08 + $11,891.03 VdZzZ - $21,147.00 + $4,339.58 Vasilevs18 - $12,547.00 + $761.52 WCOOP #32-L: $11 NLHE (PKO, Freezeout) 11,029 entries $108,084.20 prize pool Bellsprout6 - $5,921.21 + $2,479.19 Badinho1989 - $5,909.60 + $859.42 Godzilla06 - $3,381.79 + $186.47 WCOOP #33-H: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max, High Roller] 155 entries $775,000 prize pool Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford - $162.674.33 Luke 'Bit2Easy' Reeves - $125,931.84 Boootsy - $97,488.25 WCOOP #33-M: $530 NLHE [8-Max, Super Tuesday SE] 1,520 entries $760,000 prize pool serggorelyi7 - $115,798.61 nejro141 - $82,544.13 MVPAT - $58,840.34 WCOOP #33-L: $55 NLHE [8-Max, Mini Super Tuesday SE] 8,961 entries $448,000 prize pool Stakelis24 - $62,359.17 wsopbaby - $44,089.50 AAEST - $31,175.94 WCOOP #34-H: $2,100 8-Game 89 entries $178,000 prize pool Dzmitry ‘Colisea’ Urbanovich - $42,536.01 aleksandrs10 - $32,657.23 Mike ‘SirWatts’ Watson - $25,072.79 WCOOP #34-M: $215 8-Game 460 entries $92,000 prize pool Noah ‘Exclusive’ Boeken - $16,471.59 Zhagy27SLO - $11,722.52 eliselnhoj - $8,342.88 WCOOP #34-L: $22 8-Game 2,214 entries $44,280 prize pool 4Kings_Hit - $6,598.53 Spider91_PL - $4,956.36 ShipityShark - $3,202.61 WCOOP #35-H: $2,100 NLHE [6-Max, Freezeout] 186 entries $400,000 prize pool ($28,000 overlay) Wildace_hun - $79,781.92 mrAndreeew - $60,306.92 Jonathan ‘Proudflop’ Proudfoot - $45,585.88 WCOOP #35-M: $215 NLHE [6-Max, Freezeout] 1,303 entries $260,600 prize pool luk9r - $40,722.71 GamadGADOL - $28,373.76 000000000136 - $19,770.02 WCOOP #35-L: $22 NLHE [6-Max, Freezeout] 5,594 entries $111,880 prize pool blebelea - $15,909.90 GUNDIAS - $11,082.26 goonchi - $7,721.81
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