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  1. [caption width="640"] Sam Greenwood capped off a great week by winning million in the partypokerLive Main Event[/caption] partypokerLive brought the MILLIONS series to Punta Cana for a $5,300 buy-in, $5,000,000 guaranteed main event. Of the 1,061 who entered, eight made the final table with seven different countries represented. With plenty of well-known names making a deep run, top pro Sam Greenwood was able to come out on top after coming back from under five big blinds at the final table. The only American at the final table, Dan DiZenzo hit the rail in eighth place. On a flop of [poker card="8c"][poker card="7h"][poker card="5h"], DiZenzo shoved out of the big blind with [poker card="ah"][poker card="2h"]. Andrey Shatilov folded the cutoff and Felipe Ramos called on the button with [poker card="9c"][poker card="9h"]. The [poker card="6d"] turn gave Ramos a straight and DiZenzo failed to catch a heart on the [poker card="4c"] river. The continued German domination of poker fell into the hands of Udo Erlei but he was eliminated in seventh place. Shatilov opened to 15 million under the gun and Erlei three-bet all-in for 74 million. Shatilov called with [poker card="ks"][poker card="js"] and Erlei held the edge with [poker card="jc"][poker card="jh"]. A king hit the flop and Erlei did not catch up. With the blinds up to 3 million/6 million, Preben Stokkan shoved for 69 million with [poker card="jh"][poker card="9h"] and Greenwood isolated with a shove of his own holding [poker card="ah"][poker card="th"]. The [poker card="9c"][poker card="8c"][poker card="2d"] flop put Stokkan ahead but the [poker card="ad"] turn surged Greenwood back into the lead. No jack or nine hit the river and the final table was down to five. A short-stacked Ramos got his last six blinds into the middle from under the gun holding [poker card="9d"][poker card="7d"] and Jiri Horak isolated him with [poker card="jd"][poker card="jh"] on the button. The [poker card="kh"][poker card="6d"][poker card="3h"] flop gave Ramos backdoor equity but the [poker card="th"] turn and [poker card="2h"] river gave Horak a flush to bust the PokerStarsteam pro. Horak was the next to fall and Shatilov claimed his second final table victim. Horak pushed for under 10 bigs on the button with [poker card="ad"][poker card="qc"] and Shatilov committed calling chips from the big blind with [poker card="kc"][poker card="jh"]. The [poker card="kd"][poker card="5h"][poker card="2h"] flop pushed Shatilov in the lead and Horak found no ace to save his tournament life. Jonas Gjelstad fell shy of heads up play with Greenwood doing the task of felting him. Gjelstad shoved the button for 15 big blinds with [poker card="as"][poker card="5d"] and Greenwood woke up with [poker card="ac"][poker card="jh"] in the big blind. The final runout of [poker card="qh"][poker card="9h"][poker card="6c"][poker card="qd"][poker card="3h"] sent Gjelstad out and Greenwood and Shatilov into heads up play. Shatilov opened heads up play with a 3:2 advantage but Greenwood quickly closed the gap. Shatilov opened to 27 million with the blinds at 6 million/12 million with [poker card="ad"][poker card="4d"] and Greenwood three-bet with [poker card="qh"][poker card="qs"] to 81 million. Shatilov pushed all-in and Greenwood committed his 407 million chips with a call. The [poker card="as"][poker card="qc"][poker card="th"] flop gave Greenwood a set and he had the hand locked up by the turn. In the final hand of the match, Greenwood opened with [poker card="kh"][poker card="kd"] and Shatilov called with [poker card="9c"][poker card="8c"]. Shatilov checked the [poker card="8s"][poker card="6s"][poker card="4h"] flop and called a 20 million c-bet from Greenwood. Shatilov patted the [poker card="3d"] turn and Greenwood came out with 100 million. Shatilov moved all-in for 362 million and Greenwood was right behind him with a call. The [poker card="5d"] river completed the board and Greenwood’s victory. The win is the largest of Greenwood’s career and his second cash of at least $1 million. The win adds to Greenwood’s 2015 World Series of Poker bracelet victory and two top-three finishes at the partypoker Carribean Poker Party series. Final Table Payouts Sam Greenwood - $1,000,000 Andrey Shatilov - $650,000 Jonas Gjelstad - $450,000 Jiri Horak - $315,850 Felipe Ramos - $220,000 Preben Stokkan - $150,000 Udo Erlei - $100,000 Dan DiZenzo - $70,000
  2. [caption width="640"] partypoker Online is upping the ante in 2018 with their largest online guarantee event.[/caption] The partypoker Online MILLIONS event made headlines in December with a rousing $5 million guaranteed for the $5,300 buy-in. The largest MTT prize pool in partypoker history reached $5.1 million and over $1 million went to first place winner Jon ‘apestyles’ Van Fleet. MILLIONS online returns to partypoker on December 1, 2018, with the same $5,300 buy-in but a quadrupled guarantee. partypoker is laying $20 million on the line and players will have the full year to earn their seat for this massive event. The MILLIONS Online Leaderboard is in effect starting Monday, February 5 with the highest-ranking 10 players each week earning their seat to the event. Along with the leaderboard, the top 20 players win $530, $109 and $22 satellite tickets. Players who finish in the top 10 of a partypoker Live MILLIONS event get a seat to the $5,300 MILLIONS Online event. The first of these seats will be awarded from February 10-18 at Kings Casino for MILLIONS Germany. On adding MILLIONS Online to the partypoker schedule, President of partypokerLive John Duthie said, “I love the concept of a MILLIONS leg on partypoker, it gives us the opportunity to bring together our MILLIONS players from all over the world at the end of the year to compete for an unprecedented prizepool. I was a little nervous about trying this concept out, but players supported us this time so we should return the favour and go for a record-breaking online prize pool in 2018.” partypoker Managing Director Tom Waters added, “Running the first MILLIONS Online this year was an exciting time for us, bringing the concept of our live tour online. The feedback we had from our players was overwhelming, so what better way to say thank you than to run it again but this time making the guarantee a whopping $20,000,000.”
  3. Montreal and the Playground Poker Club play host for the second time to one of poker's largest series when partypoker LIVE MILLIONS comes to town. From April 21-May 2, the scope of the poker eye moves north of the United States border. Season 2 of partypoker LIVE starts with a bang with a C$10 million guaranteed prize pool for a C$5,300 buy-in. The top two finishers are guaranteed at least C$1,000,000. This number holds to form with previous partypoker LIVE events of similar guarantees. The 2017 rendition of this event drew an international crowd of 1,168 and put close to C$6 million in the prize pool to surpass the C$5 million guarantee. Canadian Jean-Pascal Savard emerged victorious over a strong final table featuring Ari Engel, Niall Farrell, and Matt Waxman to win C$956,050 ($696,169). Bigger and Better This year's partypoker LIVE festival features strong guarantees outside of the Main Event. partypoker's success in drawing the high rollers in at Barcelona hopes to be carried over at Playground. On the schedule of events for the MILLIONS North America series is a trio of C$1,000,000 guaranteed tournaments. The first on the list is a C$10,300 High Roller that kicks off the series on April 21 and features two starting days. A C$1,100 event follows on the schedule with two starting flights to put approximately 1,000 runners in the field to meet the guarantee. A similar event at Fallsview in February as part of the Fallsview Poker Classic drew 1,387 entrants for a C$1,100 buy-in. Finally, the big boys get in the action with the C$25,300 Super High Roller that opens on April 23 and wraps up on April 24. Main Event Across Canada The partypoker standard of including online Day 1s holds to form in Montreal (and technically, around the world). Day 1 flights are running on partypoker.com with players able to "bag" and advance to one of two Day 2s. There are five Day 1 flights at Playground and depending on which Day 1 they advance from, players return on either April 28 or April 29 for their respective Day 2. Playground is partnering with another member of the Canadian poker family for live Day 1s. The Deerfoot Casino in Calgary, Alberta is hosting $C5,300 buy-in Day 1 and Day 2 flights. Day 1 in Deerfoot is April 17 followed by Day 2 on April 18. All Day 1s at Playground carry 60-minute levels with the exception of Day 1E, which is reduced to 40-minutes. Any player who bags after Day 2 at Deerfoot earns $1,200 expenses to head to Playground for April 30th's Day 3 where the full field is to be assembled. The Main Event wraps on May 2 on Day 5 with a live-streamed final table exclusively on partypoker.com. Post-Lims Galore The seven-figure guarantees are far from over when the Main Event starts. There are two more C$ 1,000,000 prize pools that take place starting on April 30. The C$1,100 Turbo opens with two starting flights spread across April 30 and May 1. The final table plays out on May 2 with 30-minute levels for the duration of the tournament. It's not called a "High Roller" but the $10,300 Finale carries the same buy-in as is predecessor along with a seven-figure guarantee. There is only one Day 1 for the Finale followed by Day 2 on May 1 and the final table on May 2.

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