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  1. [caption width="640"] Catalin Pop took home the first 888Live title in 2017[/caption] 2017 was a year of big fields and bigger prize pools for the popular series of 888Live Events. As the current 888Live Season comes to an end we look back on the major events and the players who found themselves fortunate enough to lift the 888Live trophies and call themselves champions. In February, the King’s Casino in Rozvadov played host to the first 888Live Festival of the year. In the Main Event, 531 entries put up the brand appropriate €808 +80 buy-in to create a prize pool of over €407,000. The broad coalition of international players included some big names and top-tier professionals including William Kassouf (23rd), Ludovic Geilich (4th) and Niall Farrell (3rd). But it was Germany’s affable Catalin Pop that outlasted them all to take home €80,000 ($86,246) and be crowned 888poker’s first festival champion of 2017. Just two months later, in April, 303 runners hopped into the 888Live Easter Edition at Aspers Casino Stratford in London generating a prize pool of £121,200 ($151,438). 888poker brought out their ambassadors to play host as Sofia Lovgren (30th) and Chris Moorman (13th) found their way into the money for the first time in the season. At the final table with five players left, local grinder Krzysztof Pregowski found himself at the bottom of the pack. He laddered up to make the final three where a deal was made guaranteeing him £15,000. Finally, he battled all the way to the winner's circle, defeating runner-up Terry Jordan for a grand total of £21,118 ($26,386). While Jordan didn’t get to take home the trophy, he was the chipleader when the deal was made and ended up celebrating with, basically, a first place of £21,000 ($26,239). 888Live Events continue to emerge as one of the premiere poker circuits of any given year. Now that 2017 is in the books, all that’s left is to wonder is...where will 888Live land in 2018?
  2. Whether you’re packing your bags and heading to Las Vegas to play, or booking time off work so you can stay up late and stream final tables, the World Series of Poker - the most exciting time of the poker year - is fast approaching. But which PocketFivers should you be keeping your own eyes on this summer? Here we’ll be cherrypicking some players from the United Kingdom and Ireland that we think are going to have big results at the 2018 WSOP. Chris ‘moorman1’ Moorman We haven’t just picked Moorman due to his PocketFives fame (#1 on the Online Poker All-Time Earnings Leaderboard). We’re singling out the Brit because we think his first WSOP win last year will have lit a fire inside him. Since claiming his long-overdue maiden bracelet in a $3K six-max event for $500K, Moorman has been putting in work. His forte seems to be big-field NLHE events with buy-ins of $1K-$3K, as you can see from his recent results: He’s also been busy on the online felt, winning both the 888poker Sunday Mega Deep and a partypoker Powerfest event for a combined $50K over the past few months, taking his total online winnings up to an unrivaled $14,878,400. Expect to see Moorman reach multiple final tables this year, accompanied by a rowdy rail. EVENT TOURNAMENT DATE POSITION PRIZE partypoker MILLIONS North America C$1,100 MILLIONS Open April 2018 3rd $69,262 partypoker MILLIONS Grand Final Barcelona €2,700 Warm Up April 2018 8th $39,289 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $1,650 PCA National Jan 2018 10th $10,640 WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic $1,100 TURBO Dec 2017 1st $37,132 DeepStack Extravaganza IV $1,600 NLHE Nov 2017 2nd $70,742 Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford From the most successful British/worldwide player of all time, to the United Kingdom’s current #1 player. Beresford has proved himself as one of the best online players going, racking up $6.36 million in cashes at the time of writing. That quest for cash has also seen Beresford frequent the live felt, most recently at EPT Monte Carlo where he was seen battling in the €25K High Roller. And while he’s yet to win a breakout title live despite $510K in winnings, we think this will be Beresford’s year. Ludovic ‘ludovi333’ Geilich Not only is Scotland’s Geilich a great NLHE tournament player, but he excels in PLO too. Geilich was victorious in the WCOOP $21K PLO High Roller in 2016 ($462K), and later that year he came close to WSOP gold when he finished 7th in the $25K PLO High Roller ($110,035). Geilich’s been pretty busy since then. In April 2018, he took down the €1K Open at the partypoker MILLIONS Grand Final Barcelona for €250K, while at the PokerStars Championship Prague in December 2017 Geilich booked back-to-back runner-up finishes in side events for a combined $320K. With his good friend Niall Farrell winning his first WSOP bracelet last year, 2018 could be Geilich’s turn. Jonathan ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot He may only have $90K in live winnings to date, but the UK’s Proudfoot has been putting in a serious grind online in recent years. He's amassed $1.62 million in winnings, and almost took down a SCOOP event earlier this month, ultimately finishing second in the $530 6-max PKO for $39K plus $12K bounties (interestingly, Beresford finished third). We think this is the year that Proudfoot announces himself in the live world with some healthy WSOP results. Kevin ‘SuitedAcesBaby’ Killeen For our Ireland pick, we’ve gone with Killeen. He’s got several big live results under his belt (most notably a UKIPT win, Irish Open second-place, and EPT Main Event third-place finish), and overall boasts $877K in winnings. But it’s the work he’s been putting in online (under the PokerStars screen name ‘torino2000’) that suggests a good summer. As Killeen’s good friend Fintan Hand said while railing Killeen on a SCOOP final table this month: “He’s going over for the WSOP and I think he’s going to win a silly amount of stuff. Not many people have been working on their game as hard as him.” Killeen ultimately finished seventh in the SCOOP-28-H $530 NLHE for $6,490. If five UK and Ireland players aren’t enough for you, we also predict big years for Stephen ‘stevie444’ Chidwick, Marc ‘sluglife’ MacDonnell, Sam ‘TheSquid’ Grafton, Toby ‘810ofclubs’ Lewis, and Benny ‘RunGodLike’ Glaser.
  3. The penultimate day of the partypoker POWERFEST is in the books, and it saw plenty of PocketFivers pick up titles. Kristen “Krissyb24” Bicknell won her first POWERFEST in Event #136 High: $215 No Limit Hold’em Progressive Knock-out, outlasting 671 runners to bank $14,379.05 plus $7,519 from bounties. The partypoker ambassador has been crushing the live poker scene of late, with big scores in Las Vegas and Macau bringing her career earnings up to more than $2.2 million. Her fellow Team partypoker member, Ludovic “Gr4vyBo4t” Geilich, came close to a title himself. Geilich would ultimately finish in fourth in the High Roller version of Bicknell’s event ($1,050 No Limit Hold’em Progressive Knock-out) for $4,263 (+ $3,835). “IamPEAKing” would emerge victorious in that one, adding $20,695.85 + $30,150 to his or her bankroll. On top of that, they also placed third in Event #138 High Roller: $530 No Limit Hold’em Fast Six-Max Progressive Knock-out for an additional $5,540.62 (+ $4,421). One player who has been crushing this POWERFEST is the UK’s “NoOnionsBlud”, who has racked up multiple second and third-place finishes. A title eluded him prior to Saturday though, when he took down Event #137 High Roller: $530 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Six-Max for $12,744.64. Other PocketFivers to win titles on Friday include “ComeToMyParty”. He won Event #134 High: $215 No Limit Hold’em Mix-Max for $19,399.40, bringing his winnings up above the million mark. Meanwhile, “VblackholeV” won Event #135 High Roller: $109 No Limit Hold’em Six-Max Progressive Knock-out for $8,329.82 (+ $5,612), and can now boast more than $2.6 million in career online winnings. Two other players worth shouting out are “SlowplayAlex” and “DannyAgger”. Not only did the former finish third in the same event “ComeToMyParty” won (for $10,350), he also finished third in the event “IamPEAKing" won for $10,708.25 (+ $3,607). Meanwhile, “DannyAgger” notched up a seventh-place finish in the same event Bicknell won (for $1,735.22 + $2,472), and also final tabled Event #139 High: $109 No Limit Hold’em Turbo Progressive Knock-out for another seventh ($405.62 + $155). The rest of the winners on Saturday were “Skipper22”, “Hero_Value”, “seotaji86”, “raissa1990”, and “Lebboy3333”. Event #134 High: $215 No Limit Hold’em Mix-Max Entries: 479 Prize pool: $100,000 ComeToMyParty - $19,399.40 Garrin4e1 - $14,400 SlowplayAlex - $10,350 Pokewesjuh - $7,300 hotfils - $5,200 unstoppableMind - $3,300 Event #135 High Roller: $530 No Limit Hold’em Six-Max Progressive Knock-out Entries: 355 Prize pool: $200,000 Skipper22 - $21,362.66 + $21,470 OsamaBinLosing - $15,808.25 + $4,122 miss rixy dixy - $11,482.34 + $5,118 Pider Ninni - $8,094.25 + $2,411 Severtsev - $5,874.68 + $2,731 VovTroyJeblt - $4,058.87 + $2,772 Event #135 High Roller: $109 No Limit Hold’em Six-Max Progressive Knock-out Entries: 931 Prize pool: $100,000 VblackholeV - $8,329.82 + $5,612 King_loOol - $6,215.75 + $81 RingelStink - $4,599.65 + $2,562 vMagnus - $3,157.60 + $860 MichaB999 - $2,063.62 + $135 SnOwD0nk - $1,275.17 + $1,888 Event #136 High Roller: $1,050 No Limit Hold’em Progressive Knock-out Entries: 203 Prize pool: $207,000 IamPEAKing - $20,695.85 + $30,150 KONY2012 - $15,022 + $7,312 SlowplayAlex - $10,708.25 + $3,607 Maguireblue - $7,917 + $3,445 BuyThaPot - $5,582.50 + $520 Ludovic “Gr4vyBo4t” Geilich - $4,263 + $3,835 Doyle_B - $3,146 + $2,015 TullamoreFan12 - $2,334.50 + $1,430 Event #136 High: $215 No Limit Hold’em Progressive Knock-out Entries: 671 Prize pool: $150,000 Kristen “Krissyb24” Bicknell - $14,379.05 + $7,519 Puffer_F1sh - $10,237.84 + $1,786 SupermanTY22 - $6,909.36 + $3,632 FishOnHeater - $4,724.55 + $4,047 DDNAX12 - $3,296.93 + $2,534 NoisiaRadio - $2,397.76 + $867 DannyAgger - $1,735.22 + $2,472 kevlar91 - $1,214.65 + $1,323 Event #137 High Roller: $530 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Six-Max Entries: 96 Prize pool: $50,000 NoOnionsBlud - $12,744.64* drewmscott - $12,645.67* Imlucknuts - $6,000 SchlampigaUhu - $4,375 zanzibazaar - $3,125 BeezaDog - $2,125 Event #137 High: $109 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Six-Max Entries: 169 Prize pool: $16,900 Hero_Value - $4,209.27 fbrym - $2,704 icf043 - $1,901.25 Tuersteher - $1,377.35 Odyssey2017 - $1,014 holyguacamole - $676 Event #138 High Roller: $530 No Limit Hold’em Fast Six-Max Progressive Knock-out Entries: 197 Prize pool: $100,962.50 seotaji86 - $12,266.56 + $14,930 MoNddLeR - $7,880 + $3,785 IamPEAKing - $5,540.62 + $4,421 Tightguy66 - $4,013.87 + $262 hardf1sh - $2,955 + $1,829 WWWpartyCOM - $1,970 + $1,279 Event #138 High: $109 No Limit Hold’em Fast Six-Max Progressive Knock-out Entries: 509 Prize pool: $52,936 raissa1990 - $4,772.14 + $4,845 Andrey00611 - $3,443.07 + $1,667 leeking2525 - $2,583.17 + $840 Dvsricky - $1,819.67 + $954 JiggaWhat44 - $1,272.50 + $253 Gorgonzoler - $763.50 + $54 Event #139 High: $109 No Limit Hold’em Turbo Progressive Knock-out Entries: 295 Prize pool: $30,680 Lebboy3333 - $2,935.38 + $3,875 CSABIPAPI - $2,124 + $1,156 NeverInduce - $1,489.75 + $686 mcbc87 - $1,084.12 + $303 Serg_Blak - $767 + $344 optimax17 - $575.25 + $330 DannyAgger - $405.62 + $155 Mendez-11 - $295 + $47
  4. If partypoker’s 2018 $20 million guaranteed MILLIONS Online plays out to a winner, that player will take home an online poker record-breaking score of $2.5 million. In fact, each of the top four players in the MILLIONS Online will become instant millionaires. That’s an amazing result especially if that player won their way through the myriad of offered satellites. One can only imagine: after winning their seat, they played through all the early levels, navigating the large fields that a massive prize pool like the MILLIONS Online will bring. When the money bubble approached, they survived the pressure of securing what could be a career-defining score. Then, it’s time for the final table - with a massive score already locked up, it’s time to play your best in order to perhaps complete one of the greatest feats in online poker history. But the truth is, when there is so much money on the line and the difference between first and second place may be as much as (or more than) a million dollars. Do you really want to play it out for that much cash? Are you prepared to get all the chips in the center and potentially ‘flip’ for a seven-figure sum? Even the most elite of players will sometimes look to make a deal at the end of a tournament. Especially when their edge is small and the money left in the prize pool is huge. We talked to some of those pros about tips for negotiating a final table deal and whether they think it’s a good idea or not. “Understanding what ICM is important so you don’t get taken advantage of in a deal,” said World Poker Tour Champions Club member Mike Leah. Leah has been in plenty of high-pressure spots and has famously negotiated a deal or two in his time. “There are some people that try to look for angles or maybe get the better part of a deal,” Leah continued. “You can just download an ICM app so you can correctly understand what your value is and also be organized so you can figure out what you should be getting in a deal. It just makes it very easy to make a deal if you can just show everyone exactly what their ICM is.” For the uninitiated, ICM stands for the Independent Chip Model. It allows players, based on the amount of money left in the prize pool, to calculate the exact worth of their stack. Not many will have been in the position of playing for such huge sums as will be on the table during the MILLIONS Online. One of those players that has is Jason Koon. Koon, who has over $22 million in lifetime live earnings, knows that it’s tough enough when you are a top-tier pro playing against other pros. But, if you are a qualifier playing for life-changing money, the option to make a deal is something to be seriously considered. “If you’re an amateur, you should be looking to chop for sure,” Koon said. “If people will chop with you, it’s a good idea if you’re there with a couple good pros to chop it up especially if it’s a gigantic sum of money for you.” On the other hand, Koon recognizes that if you are the one with the edge. You may never get an opportunity like the MILLIONS Online again. “If you’re an elite professional and you’re there and a chop will get your a big score but you’re giving up a lot of expected value by not playing it out then it’s probably a mistake to chop. “But I would just say if you’re there and the money’s huge to you and the payouts would affect what your day-to-day routine would be definitely looking to make a chop,” Koon said. partypoker Ambassador Ludovic ‘ludovi333’ Geilich has his own strategy for negotiating a potential deal. It’s not that he is opposed to dealing. Geilich is simply looking to maintain the upper hand should the subject arise. “Chop-wise it’s always tough when playing for lots of money but I’ve always been that guy that doesn’t ask for a chop,” Geilich said. “The more money you play for the better, in my opinion, as it’s a win-win. You’re getting a lot anyway and now when players ask for the chop…as I don’t do…it makes them think ‘Why isn’t he asking?’ or ‘Why isn’t he bothered?’. In my opinion that gives you an edge!” Everyone’s situation is different. Should you get lucky enough to be put in a position to take a seat at the final table, deciding on whether or not you’d be up for negotiating a deal is a good idea. Have the tools on hand necessary to not get taken advantage of. Be self-aware enough to understand your edge (or lack of) and what the amount of money being played for would mean to you if you won or lost. 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.
  5. The upcoming partypoker $20M GTD MILLIONS Online tournament is going to be historic in both guaranteed prize pools as well as the $2.5 million that could be awarded for first place. Putting yourself in a situation to win that top prize requires some luck, a lot of skill and a good deal of preparations. First, you have to find your way into the tournament, perhaps by winning one of the value-added satellites on partypoker. Then a player has to settle in a avoid the pitfalls that can come your way in the early levels. After all, it’s not easy navigating the massive tournament fields that come looking for a historic payday. Then as the money bubble approaches, it’s time to either go on the offensive and try to accumulate chips or do what you have to in order lock up, what could be, a bankroll building min-cash. After all of that, a handful of players will find themselves on the cusp on one of the richest final tables of all time. Is there anything someone can do to prepare themselves should the opportunity arise? “I don’t like to change anything going into a final table that you’ve made yourself by playing whatever style you did to get there,” said Ludovic ‘ludovi333’ Geilich. Geilich is a current partypoker ambassador and former top 10-ranked PocketFiver with over $3 million in online earning and another $2.2 in live scores. “If you were going in with 15-40bbs I would just make sure to brush up a lot on your ICM game and make sure you’re not losing a lot of money with plays ICM wise. Going back to my first point, if making the final with a top three stack, I would just be playing the same kind of style as to how I got there as it’s worked well.” His fellow partypoker ambassador Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard has a similar message of believing in your own abilities, no matter who you face at the final table. “First, enjoy it,” Leonard said. Leonard understands what it means to both close out and celebrate a final table. He just recently took down the November 18 edition of the $2,100 High Roller Club for just over $41,000. A nice score to be sure, but the money up top on the MILLIONS Online will be a career-changer, even for Leonard. “This is the biggest online final table of all time. If you’ve gotten this far you will know a lot about all the other players from playing and watching the last few tables,” he said. “Stay composed, have faith in yourself. Just because I’m a professional doesn’t mean you have to just accept defeat. Play to your strengths. If you’ve been very tight and people know you are a qualifier, then it’s usually really great for you. You can be aggressive in clever spots. “When the chip leader is raising your big bling, you can re-raise and be aggressive. Your goal should essentially be to gain chips without ever risking your tournament life…easy, huh?” In a recent interview with PocketFives, the UK’s Adam ‘Adamyid’ Owen also talked briefly about how to handle a final table such as this. “Just take it as it comes, as hard as that may sound,” Owen said. “You’ve already locked up a lot of money and anything else is a bonus, so just try and play your game…Pay attention to when the pay jumps are, too, just like you would when you approach a normal tournament.” Owen is coming off a deep run in the partypoker Caribbean Poker Party Main Event, where he finished in 15th place for $65,000. 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.
  6. Amid a flurry of recent news in the world of online poker ambassadorship, partypoker has announced the creation of their own “Team Online” and have revealed the first two players to be named to it. Online Twitch streamers Matt Staples and Hristivoje ‘AllinPav’ Pavolic are the first poker pros named in what is expected to be a series of announcements of new members to the expanding team. Matt Staples Matt Staples, younger brother of former PokerStars ambassador Jaime Staples, followed in brother's footsteps in becoming a full-time Twitch Poker streamers. From starting at the micros at age 18, Matt Staples, now 22, has come into his own as a full-time mid-high stakes regular tournament grinder. “Becoming a sponsored pro is something I’ve aspired to for a while now and I couldn’t be happier about the partnership,” Staples said. “There’s nothing I like more than streaming tournaments on Twitch and I’m pumped to have the opportunity to showcase and help grow partypoker and their Twitch community.” “Signing with partypoker ranks as one of my proudest achievements,” said Pavlovic. “I’m stoked to represent a company that has strong ethics at its heart, and I can’t wait to help build the great game of poker.” Pavlovic, also a regular MTT grinder, is known for marathon Twitch sessions and consistently posting his wins and losses on his Twitter feed. partypoker Tunes In It's clear that partypoker has decided to dive into the deep end when it comes to increasing their marketing efforts with regards to online streaming. Not only is it expected that their own Team Online will be growing throughout the next week, but they have also agreed to a sponsorship/partnership deal with Bill Perkins’ “The Thirst Lounge.” They also have plans to live stream a new online high stakes cash game. “We have been a bit behind the curve when it comes to streaming,” said partypoker Managing Director Tom Waters. ”We are hoping to make up for lost time by compiling an elite team that will be able to stream entertaining and engaging content 24/7.” In addition to their newly created Team Online, partypoker promises streaming sessions from some of their already established Team partypoker Pros including Ludovic Geilich, Patrick ‘pleno1’ Leonard and Fedor Holz.
  7. Sunday gave up another big day for online poker, including some big events from the partypoker POWERFEST series. The biggest winner of the day was 'nomeansyes,' who bagged a prize of $261,618.56 for winning Event #216-SHR: $5,200 NLHE [Phase Final]. Let's take a look at some of the big results from Sunday's POWERFEST action. Less than a week ago, 'nomeansyes' finished second in Event #137-SHR: $5,200 $1M Gtd [Phase Final] to win $204,955.92. In December 2019, he finished third in the partypoker MILLIONS Online for $1.370 million. Another six-figure prize went to 'CoolScreenName,' who won Event #214A-SHR: $5,200 PLO [6-Max] for $107,231.48. In that event, 'JailWallet' finished sixth for $13,950. 'JailWallet' also finished second in Event #223-HR: $2,100 PLO [6-Max] on Sunday for $43,180. Winning that $2,100 PLO event was partypoker pro Ludovic 'Gr4vyBo4t' Geilich, taking home $63,984.16. Also having a good Sunday was 'trustnobody_99,' who placed fifth in Event #216-SHR: $5,200 NLHE [Phase Final] for $68,362.58 and third in Event #224-HR: $1,050 NLHE [8-Max, PKO, Fast] for $13,265.59 plus $7,125.62 in bounties. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="NJ Online Poker Promos"] Event #215-H: $320 NLHE [8-Max, PKO] 1,485 entries $457,380 prize pool DEDTW - $29,581.74 + $21,423.79 in bounties Madgenius111 - $29,536.60 + $9,857.62 in bounties fumeseotro - $19,213.27 + $5,631.84 in bounties SweetDee - $12,833.47 + $4,464.14 in bounties PunchlineEnBata - $9,113.98 + $2,068.80 in bounties DunderBlubb - $6,404.42 + $2,921.77 in bounties TeteuExu - $4,433.83 + $1,555.32 in bounties p4pp3tt473 - $2,931.35 + $5,911.11 in bounties Event #216-SHR: $5,200 NLHE [Phase Final] 281 entries $1,314,665 prize pool nomeansyes - $261,618.56 BoldPilot - $189,311.76 PayAndPlay - $132,781.16 Irunsogooood - $96,627.87 trustnobody_99 - $68,362.58 usinghud - $51,271.93 NL_Profit - $36,153.28 Toppairlover - $26,293.30 Event #214A-SHR: $5,200 PLO [6-Max] 62 entries $310,000 prize pool CoolScreenName - $107,231.48 Plarize - $69,750 JariJurri-- - $37,200 San holo1 - $27,900 JJouhki - $20,150 JailWallet - $13,950 Event #220-HR: $1,050 NLHE [6-Max] 510 entries $510,000 prize pool five9ofspades - $95,625 Dandelion32892 - $68,996.88 RiverOffice-- - $51,765 ambiguosity - $36,465 DaslstMirWurst - $25,500 Hugo Barbaro - $15,300 Event #221-HR: $530 NLHE [8-Max, PKO] 1,087 entries $557,087.50 prize pool Razorblade Nick - $36,905.46 + $37,736.27 in bounties TheresaMaysMum - $36,850.52 + $12,917.43 in bounties RemoveCard - $24,395.55 + $6,122.65 in bounties mylifeisajoke - $16,343.52 + $1,361.72 in bounties TheKhopMan - $11,584.14 + $3,268.97 in bounties Tigerbluff - $8,201.69 + $3,658.61 in bounties whatalegend - $5,747.17 + $8,110.89 in bounties Thiness1 - $3,891.31 + $5,098.26 in bounties Event #223-HR: $2,100 PLO [6-Max] 127 entries $254,000 prize pool Gr4vyBo4t - $63,984.16 JailWallet - $43,180 bonjogo-- - $30,480 hotPIMIENTO - $21,590 Shifoo9x - $15,875 earthling - $10,541 Event #224-HR: $1,050 NLHE [8-Max, PKO, Fast] 231 entries $235,620 prize pool Vindog03 - $18,621.13 + $31,098.45 in bounties MatorOfWhoville - $18,598 + $2,782.81 in bounties trustnobody_99 - $13,265.59 + $7,125.62 in bounties patience - $9,807.73 + $4,160 in bounties Tigerbluff - $6,915.71 + $2,185.62 in bounties patrick - $5,281.08 + $9,701.25 in bounties Tejon - $3,897.94 + $780 in bounties Namastayinbed - $2,892.02 + $260 in bounties
  8. The final events of the inaugural World Poker Tour Online Series played out on partypoker this weekend including Sunday's spotlight tournament, the $500K Gtd Weekender, and what turned into a star-studded final table of the $1,575 Bounty Hunter. Brazil’s Rodrigo ‘selouan1991’ Selouan closed out the online festival with the largest score of the day by topping the 115-runner field of Event #55 ($1,050 Weekender, Final Day) to collect an online career-high $151,725 payday. Selouan, currently ranked #86 in the world, adds a WPT Online title to his other impressive accolades that include a partypoker POWERFEST victory, PokerStars Winter Series win, and a PocketFives Triple Crown which he picked up in November 2019. The six-figure score will send Selouan past the $3 million mark in lifetime online earnings. PokerStars Caribbean Adventure 2013 champion Dimitar Danchev was forced to settle for second place in this event, but he still collected a healthy $107,950 to add to his bankroll. Viktor Zsemiye fell in third place and earned $72,505 for his efforts. The current #1-ranked player in the world, Conor Beresford ended up in fourth place and took home $49,130. The final two players in the $109 Mini Weekender cut a deal that had Brazil’s Matheus Adrian declared the official winner taking home $47,203.48 for first. Tudor Purice from Austria took home nearly as much, locking up $46,381.12 as the runner-up. Joao Divino Domeles Neto was on the outside of the deal, falling in third place but still walking away with $25,077.75. In the final event of the series, Event #56 ($530 Closer) Russia’s Sergei ‘Futti18’ Koliakov was the last player standing. Ranked #19 in the world, Koliakov bested the 1181-runner field for a $39,737.08 score plus an additional $28,820.41 in bounties. Fellow Russian Stoyan Obreshkov finished in second place and picked up $39,677.39 plus $12,127.22 in bounties. France’s Ivan Emanuely found his tournament end in third place for which he picked up a total score of $37,327.46. Daniel Paul Haddon Pickles took home the title in Event #56 ($55 Mini Closer) earning $15,131.90 for first place plus another $7,096.71 in bounties. Martins Kliens was the runner-up and collected $15,103.28 and another $5,456.27 in bounties. And Tudor Aioanei finished in third place which paid out $9,695.17 and he collected another $1,975.96 in bounties. In other action over the weekend, Barry Hutter picked up a WPT Online title after taking down Event #54 ($1,575 Bounty Hunter, 8-Max) for $42,400.15 plus another $52,171.93 in bounties. His combined total of $94,572.08 is the fourth-largest WPT cash and pushes his lifetime total WPT cashes just up over $1 million. Joao Vieira, who has found himself at several final tables over the past week, finished as the runner-up and walked away with $42,344.63 and an additional $25,617.19 in bounties. Scott Hill climbed into third place, securing a total score $38,908.74. The Bounty Hunter had an exceptionally stacked final table that included partypoker ambassadors Kristen Bicknell (4th, $26,541) and Ludovic Geilich (6th, $17,200) as well as recreational high roller Lauren Roberts who finished in fifth for a total score of $16,200.38. The Mini Bounty Hunter saw Pablo Roman defeat a field of 1517 entries to clinch the title and a first-place prize of $15,100.09 and an additional $13,577.62 in bounties. Marco Mucha was the runner-up, taking home $15,086.53 plus $1,456.65 in bounties. Finally, Francois Billard fell in third place and logged off with a score of $9,813.64 and an additional $3,368.30 in bounties. Event #54: $1,575 Bounty Hunter, 8-Max 369 entries $553,500 prize pool Barry Hutter - $42,400.15 + $52,171.93 in bounties Joao Vieira - $42,344.63 + $25,617.19 in bounties Scott Hill - $29,357.95 + $9,550.79 in bounties Kristen Bicknell - $21,034.82 + $5,507.81 in bounties Lauren Roberts - $14,981.63 + $1,218.75 in bounties Ludovic Geilich - $11,107.59 + $6,093.74 in bounties Casio Pisapia De Almeida Kiles - $7,717.59 + $375 in bounties Kristoffer Johan Rautio - $5,629.46 + $7,804 in bounties Event #54: $162 Mini Bounty Hunter, 8-Max 1517 entries $227,550 prize pool Pablo Roman - $15,110.09 + $13,577.62 in bounties Marco Mucha - $15,086.53 + $1,456.65 in bounties Francois Billard - $9,813.64 + $3,368.30 in bounties Evgeny Nekrasov - $6,555.01 + $1,462.81 in bounties John Bakalis - $4,655.19 + $1,524.04 in bounties Gustavo Restelatto Tochetto - $3,271.21 + $1,139.06 in bounties Robert Kacinski - $2,264.68 + $2,854.70 in bounties Brunno Botteon De Albuquerque - $1,497.21 + $1,642.97 in bounties Event #55: $1,050 Weekender [Final] 115 entries $850,000 prize pool Rodrigo Selouan - $151,725 Dimitar Danchev - $107,950 Viktor Zsemlye - $72,505 Conor Beresford - $49,130 Tomas Paiva - $34,680 Pedro Marques - $24,990 Renato Ribeiro - $17,850 Andrei Chernokoz - $12,410 Event #55: $109 Mini-Weekender [Final] 440 entries $354,900 prize pool Matheus Adrian - $47,203.48* Tudor Purice - $46,381.12* Joao Divino Domeles Neto - $25,077.75 Pomah Oypmahob - $16,672.38 Felipe Boianovsky - $11,587.65 Carl Carlsson - $7,921.11 Mihail Surin - $5,447.92 Bruno Cardoso - $3,447.92 Event #56: $530 Closer 1181 entries $590,500 prize pool Sergei Koliakov - $39,737.08 + $28,820.41 in bounties Stoyan Obreshkov - $39,677.39 + $12,127.22 in bounties Ivan Emanuely - $26,069.87 + $11,257.59 in bounties Niklas Astedt - $17,445 + $5,110.35 in bounties Troy Quenneville - $12,367.73 + $2,589.84 in bounties Luc Lafontaine - $8,722.50 + $4,665.53 in bounties Jakub Oliva - $6,118.76 + $3,503.90 in bounties Emil Olsson - $5,403.34 + $4,100.87 in bounties Event #56: $55 Mini Closer 5,078 entries $253,900 prize pool Daniel Paul Haddon Pickles - $15,131.90 + $7,096.71 in bounties Martins Kliens - $15,103.28 + $5,456.27 in bounties Tudor Aioanei - $9,695.17 + $1,975.96 in bounties Craig Stewart - $6,312.47 + $483.82 in bounties Bruno Gizdic - $4,335.22 + $1,398.67 in bounties Daniel Lynch - $2,941.10 + $2,134.81 in bounties Terrence Green - $2,067.83 + $1,499.98 in bounties Macelo Tadeu - $1,330.43 + $1,130.58 in bounties
  9. One of the most prolific nosebleed tournament players of all time was, once again, collecting a huge payday as Justin Bonomo took down his first Super High Roller Bowl Online title for the largest payday of the series thus far. Bonomo, currently ranked #2 on the Hendon Mob’s All-Time Money List, outlasted the 72 entry-field in Event #11 ($25,500 Super High Roller 6-Max) to capture the $622,634.40 first-place prize, the single largest payday of the series through 12 events. Bonomo fended off Artur Martirosian in heads-up play, leaving Martirosian to collect $405,000 as the runner-up. This is the second Super High Roller result for Martirosian in as many days as he is coming off a third-place result in Event #8 ($25,500 Super High Roller) where he picked up a $153,000 score. It was a good day for Poker Code coach Matthias Eibinger who finished in third place, earning $216,000 in what would turn out to be back-to-back cashes. In Event #10 ($10,300 High Roller, 6-Max), Vicent Bosca Ramon rose to the top of the 77-entry field to take home $240,860.62 for first. That's where Eibinger's second cash took place, finishing in second place for $150,150. His combined scores brought him a grand total of $366,150 in earnings on the day. Luuk Gieles grabbed the bronze for $92,400, just one day after winning Event #7 ($10,300 High Roller) for $234,000. Ludovic Geilich also found himself in the winner’s circle on Wednesday after taking down Event #12 ($10,300 High Roller, 6-Max) for $238,676.52. Alexandros Kolonias wrapped up as the runner-up and added $155,250 to his bankroll while Seth Davies also found the podium, earning $82,800 for third place. Thursday will see another three SHRB Online tournaments come to a conclusion as Events #13-15 play down to a winner. Event #10: $10,300 High Roller, 6-Max 77 entries $770,000 prize pool Vicent Bosca Ramon - $240,860.62 Matthias Eibinger - $150,150 Luuk Gieles - $92,400 Wiktor Malinowski - $67,375 Michael Watson - $48,125 Nick Petrangelo - $32,725 Event #11: $25,500 Super High Roller, 6-Max 72 entries $1,800,000 prize pool Justin Bonomo - $622,634.40 Artur Martirosian - $405,000 Matthias Eibinger - $216,000 Salahaddin Bedir - $162,000 Wiktor Malinowski - $117,000 Ali Imsirovic - $81,000 Event #12: $10,300 High Roller, 6-Max 69 entries 690,000 prize pool Ludovic Geilich - $238,676.52 Alexandros Kolonias - $155,250 Seth Davies - $82,800 Andrii Novak - $62,100 Giuseppe Iadisernia - $44,850 Jonathan Van Fleet - $31,050
  10. Scotland's Ludovic Geilich made the absolute most of the light schedule on Day 4 of the 2020 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker. Geilich beat out a final table that included some of the best players in the world to lay claim to his second WCOOP title and nearly a quarter-million dollars. Geilich outlasted Timothy Adams, Filipe Oliviera, Thomas Mühlöcker, Mikita Badziakouski, former 1-ranked online poker player Chris Hunichen, and eventual runner-up Ole Schemion to win Event #10 High ($10,300 High Roller). Geilich earned $238,966.30 for the victory. His WCOOP title came in 2016 when he won the $21,000 Pot Limit Omaha Six Max event for $462,182.17. Schemion had to settle for $184,675.70 as the runner-up, while Hunichen pocketed $142,719.30 for coming in third place. A longtime WCOOP legend added to his legacy on Wednesday. Noah 'Exclusive' Boeken won the third WCOOP title of his career by beating 84 other runners in Event #11 High ($1,050 Limit Hold'em Six Max) for $20,312.17. His most recent WCOOP win came in 2018 when he won Event #54 Medium ($1,050 8-Game High Roller). Russian Konstantin 'krakukra' Maslak came in second place for $15,595.74. Other players who managed to grab a piece of WCOOP history on Wednesday included former #1-ranked Christopher 'ImDaNuts' Oliver (Event #10 Medium), 'Lg#born2win' (Event #10 Low), 'pycadasgalax' (Event #11 Medium), and 'rastafari898' (Event #11 Low). Event #10 High ($10,300 NLHE High Roller) Entries: 94 Prize Pool: $1,000,000 ($60,000 overlay) ludovi333 - $238,966.30 wizowizo - $184,675.70 Big Huni - $142,719.30 Event #10 Medium ($1,050 NLHE Super Tuesday SE) Entries: 957 Prize Pool: $1,000,000 ($43,000 overlay) ImDaNuts - $149,968.28* gardze_wami - $133,241.82* Manni1822 - $85,867.20 Event #10 Low ($109 NLHE Mini Super Tuesday SE) Entries: 4,424 Prize Pool: $442,400 Lg#born2win - $63,102.45 BarakAfriteeeee - $44,617.89 Drawmind - $31,549.57 Event #11 High ($1,050 Limit Hold'em Six Max) Entries: 85 Prize Pool: $85,000 Exclusive - $20,312.17 krakukra - $15,594.74 MachineGunMK - $11,972.96 Event #11 Medium ($109 Limit Hold'em) Entries: 416 Prize Pool: $41,600 pycadasgalax - $7,539.46 muggsyboges - $5,379.53 Scandiuzzi_1 - $3,838.56 Event #11 Low ($11 Limit Hold'em) Entries: 2,815 Prize Pool: $27,587 rastafari898 - $3,204.28* SamirB88 - $2,489.07* TheVirus217 - $3,063.82{*
  11. There's very little that Andras 'probirs' Nemeth has not accomplished in his online poker career. The former #1-ranked PocketFiver has amassed more than $17.5 million in online earnings and won nearly every title out there. Except one. Heading into the 2020 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker, the Hungarian poker pro had never won a WCOOP title. That ended on Thursday night as Nemeth beat William 'hellzito' Arruda heads-up to win Event #15 High ($530 NLHE w/rebuys) for $79,655.48 and that first WCOOP title. Russian crusher Arsenii 'josef_shvejk' Karmatckii beat out 451 other entries in Event #13 High ($1,050 NLHE Midweek Freeze) to win his second career WCOOP title. Just 24 hours after winning his second WCOOP title, Ludovic Geilich finished two spots short of another one. Another Russian also earned a WCOOP title on Thursday. 'Bagrovui' took down Event #14 High ($1,050 PLO Six Max) for a $66,449.74 score and the first WCOOP title of their career. Jordi 'prot0' Urlings broke through and won his first career WCOOP title by beating 118 other entries in Event #17 High ($1,050 6+ Hold'em) to earn $26,752.48. Former #1 and current #9-ranked Patrick Leonard took home the bronze medal and $15,736.09. British grinder 'brandon0903' came out on top of the 194-entry field in Event #18 High ($2,100 NLHE) to win $80,642.40. Georgios 'Geokarak' Karakousis finished as the runner-up while the #14-ranked online poker player in the world Jerry 'Perrymejsen' Ödeen came in third place. Other Thursday winners included 'Tayguera' (Event #13 Medium), 'ZNOXYU' (Event #13 Low), 'The_Truht' (Event #14 Medium), 'RrrrStyle' (Event #14 Low), 'MathCamillo1' (Event #15 Medium), 'Janiz_x97' (Event #15 Low), 'nokeee' (Event #17 Medium), 'nikolakiev123' (Event #17 Low), 'MarcGregor89' (Event #18 Medium), and 'humpster76' (Event #18 Low). Event #13-H: $1,050 [Midweek Freeze] 452 entries $452,000 prize pool Arsenii 'josef_shvejk' Karmatckii - $72,758.88* StupidFr3nch - $68,391.76* Ludovic 'Ludovi333' Geilich - $45,320.95 Event #13-M: $109 [Midweek Freeze] 3,507 entries $350,700 prize pool Tayguera - $50,392.37 heilkuh - $35,920.16 Andre_Hansen - $25,605.09 Event #13-L: $11 [Midweek Freeze] 12,953 entries $126,939.40 prize pool ZNOXYU - $14,215.90* zsombesz82 - $10,558.68* BandaLover - $10,308.78* Event #14-H: $1,050 PLO [6-Max] 362 entries $362,000 prize pool Bagrovui - $66,449.74 PalomoBuchon - $48,331.05 beastishngry - $35,152.84 Event #14-M: $109 PLO [6-Max] 1,786 entries $178,600 prize pool The_Truht - $26,969.46 mounk666 - $18,790.54 silage89 - $13,092.71 Event #14-L: $11 PLO [6-Max] 5,587 entries $54,752.60 prize pool RrrrStyle - $6,755.75* Janneman1985 - $6,455.75* wale44_ - $3,778.95 Event #15-H: $530+R [8-Max] 294 entries $420,160 prize pool Andras ‘probirs’ Nemeth - $79,655.48 William 'hellzito' Arruda - $58,568.49 Damian 'pampa27' Salas - $43,063.92 Event #15-M: $55+R [8-Max] 2,499 entries $336,004.35 prize pool MathCamillo1 - $36,834.16* Karabin9 - $35,664.33* polonais123 - $35,167.15* Event #15-L: $5.50+R [8-Max] 8,873 entries $115,488.10 prize pool Janis_x97 - $10,336.26* TS17Aveiro - $7,884.40* DiowTrader - $8,120.76* Wildstulez08. - $11,253.23* Jcastro18 - $8,271.50* Event #17-H: $1,050 6+ Holdem [6-Max] 119 entries $119,000 prize pool prot0 - $26,752.48 b0caNer0 - $20,517.76 pads1161 - $15,736.09 Event #17-M: $109 6+ Holdem [6-Max] 557 entries $55,700 prize pool nokeee - $9,825.96 jesbergKings - $6,903.86 Jacob Schindler - $4,851.04 Event #17-L: $11 6+ Holdem [6-Max] 4,474 entries $43,845.20 prize pool nikolakiev123 - $4,635.14* Rostik2306 - $4,241.89* aelred - $4,765.76* Event #18-H: $2,100 NLHE 194 entries $400,000 prize pool ($12,000 overlay) brandon0903 - $80,642.40 Geokarak - $62,088.88 Perrymejsen - $47,804 Event #18-M: $215 NLHE [Freezeout] 1,605 entries $321,200 prize pool MarcGregor89 - $48,814.66 Partyliel - $34,795.75 mike21_4life - $24,803.61 Event #18-L: $22 NLHE [Freezeout] 77,39 entries $154,780 prize pool humpster76 - $18,822.07* Starskie1986 - $18,072.06* AS Leshiy - $10,441.93
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