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  1. The 2020 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker is nearly finished and multiple times over the past three weeks of play former champions have added to their legacy by picking up another title and the all-time leaderboard is starting to get a little crowded. On Monday night, Jussi 'calvin7v' Nevanlinna won Event #69 Medium ($1,050 8 Game) to earn his second title of 2020 and fifth overall. He now sits tied for third all-time with Dan Kelly, Dzmitry Urbanovich and Andrey Zaichenko, who won his fifth title last Thursday - the same day that Nevanlinna picked up his fourth title. 'RaulGonzalez' beat Stephen Chidwick heads-up to win Event #69 High ($10,300 8 Game High Roller) for a $235,530.76 payday and their first WCOOP title. Joao 'Naza114' Vieira finished third. Michiel 'utreg' Brummelhuis shipped Event #71 High ($1,050 NLH PKO Sunday Warm Up) to earn $81,357.28 from the prize pool and an additional $84,076.10 worth of bounties. Brummelhuis had never won a WCOOP title before, but does have a Spring Championship of Online Poker title to his name. Brazil's 'RRagazzo' joined the double champion club on Monday night, beating 971 other entries in Event #71 ($530 NLHE) for $80,082.59. Their first 2020 title come on September 13, when they shipped Event #51 High ($530 NLHE) for a little more than $67,000. Other players who took home WCOOP titles on Monday included 'giuliano156' (Event #69 Low), 'bcostin993' (Event #70 Medium), 'Aand river..' (Event #70 Low), 'powerpokerBR' (Event #71 Medium), and 'stipinas666' (Event #71 Low). WCOOP #69-H: $10,300 8-Game [High Roller] 67 entries $670,000 prize pool RaulGonzalez - $235,530.76 Stephen ‘stevie444’ Chidwick - $156,000.92 Joao ‘Naza114’ Vieira - $103,325.32 WCOOP #69-M: $1,050 8-Game 135 entries $150,000 prize pool ($15,000 overlay) Jussi 'calvin7v' Nevanlinna - $31,642.70 RolldUpTrips - $23,671.18 merla888 - $17,707.92 WCOOP #69-L: $109 8-Game 841 entries $84,100 prize pool giuliano156 - $13,993.03 woodbine ave - $9,749.67 m00nflow - $6,793.30 WCOOP #70-H: $530 NLHE [Freezeout] 972 entries $486,000 prize pool RRagazzo - $80,082.59 twirlpro - $58,600.95 Stiffler8818 - $42,881.77 WCOOP #70-M: $55 NLHE [Freezeout, Sunday Kickoff] 4,417 entries $220,850 prize pool bcostin993 - $29,943.35* CinemaniaK - $23,823.83* Dark Azazel - $15,746.98 WCOOP #70-L: $5.50 NLHE [Freezeout, Mini Sunday Kickoff] 8,659 entries $42,429.10 prize pool Aand river.. - $5,959.35 mr.celeste - $4,119.51 aleks52815 - $2,851.03 WCOOP #71-H: $1,050 NLHE [8-Max, PKO, Freezeout, Sunday Warm-Up] 1,185 entries $1,185,000 prize pool utreg - $81,357.28 + $84,076.10 in bounties arielssouls - $81,356.41 + $22,029.30 in bounties MrHyde97 - $49,462.25 + $12,957.03 in bounties WCOOP #71-M: $109 NLHE [8-Max, PKO, Freezeout, Sunday Warm-Up] 6,828 entries $682,800 prize pool powerpokerBR - $41,269.27 + $22,462.09 in bounties aJarov - $41,265.08 + $5,481.93 in bounties hateraises - $23,883.66 + $2,431.24 in bounties WCOOP #71-L: $11 NLHE [8-Max, PKO, Freezeout] 16,542 entries $162,111.60 prize pool stipinas666 - $7,515.63 + $3,702.04 in bounties nego1001 - $7,502.91 + $1,394.58 in bounties Jucaltajai - $4,451.67 + 88.53 in bounties
  2. PokerStars player 'BigBlindBets' is the new World Championship of Online Poker Main Event champion. BigBlindBets topped the field of 2,236 entries in the $5,200 buy-in tournament to win $1.665 million in prize money. Known as a high-stakes cash game player online, BigBlindBets defeated Danilo 'dans170'' Demetrio in heads-up play to take the title. Demetrio earned quite the sum of money himself, though, taking home $1.187 million for the runner-up performance. On the final hand, Demetrio, who was at about a 7-to-1 chip disadvantage, had limped in with the [poker card="Ad"][poker card="Kd"]. BigBlindBets moved all in and Demetrio called. BigBlindBets had the dominated [poker card="As"][poker card="2s"]. BigBlindBets would river a flush to win the pot and the tournament. Finishing in third place was businessman and high rolling veteran Talal 'raidalot' Shakerchi, who earned $846,528. Shakerchi busted to BigBlindBets. Shakerchi raised and then shoved the [poker card="Kc"][poker card="Jc"] after BigBlindBets had three-bet with the [poker card="Ah"][poker card="Jh"]. BigBlindBets called and three aces on the flop made quick work of Shakerchi. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="PokerStars NJ"] 2019 WCOOP High Main Event Buy-in: $5,200 Entries: 2,236 Prize Pool: $11,180,000 BigBlindBets - $1,665,962 Danilo 'dans170'' de Lima Demetrio - $1,187,553 Talal 'raidalot' Shakerchi - $846,528 NeedBeat - $603,434 19Pistike93 - $403,148 XMorphineX - $306,624 Leitnant - $218,572 moglimiranda - $155,805 TheMakrill7 - $111,063 In the 2019 WCOOP Low Main Event, which features a buy-in of $55, Finland's 'Jesseonboss' finished in first place from the enormous field of 37,065 entries. The result came after a four-way deal, and Jesseonboss took home a payday of $130,035. Chopping the tournament with Jesseonboss were 'Tobotheman,' Ramiro 'RamiroUY' Miqueiro, and Bela 'SlyderS1' Toth. Tobotheman ultimately placed second, but he took home the lowest prize of the final four that made the deal, earning $96,981. Miqueiro finished third and earned $128,412. Toth finished fourth and took home $107,118. 2019 WCOOP Low Main Event Buy-in: $55 Entries: 37,065 Prize Pool: $1,853,250 Jesseonboss - $130,035* Tobotheman - $96,961* Ramiro 'RamiroUY' Miqueiro - $128,412* Bela 'SlyderS1' Toth - $107,118* Thomastom3 - $45,156 alexxt7 - $31,930 Klimbo - $22,578 Oreo+Coke - $15,965 *Denotes a four-way deal. A look at the overall numbers from the 2019 WCOOP series reveals that more than 1.219 million entries were tallied across 219 events. The total prize pools generated came in at more than $104 million, with 173,364 in-the-money finishers. The overall leaderboard title went to Finland's Jussi 'calvin7v' Nevanlinna, who earned 1,400 points and beat out second place's 'Zagazaur' who had earned 1,345 points. For the win, Nevanlinna earned $20,000. Russia's 'FONBET_RULIT' won the low buy-in leaderboard and the $3,500 prize that came with it. Dzmitry 'Colisea' Urbanovich topped the medium buy-in leaderboard and earned its $5,000 prize. Rui 'RuiNF' Ferreira was the player to top the high buy-in leaderboard, for which he earned $7,500.
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