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  1. Brazil's Warley Bruno Galvão made it second-time-lucky after he took down the PokerStars Sunday Million for $145,086, just three months after his first final table appearance in the same event. Galvao's previous best online cash for $13,264 came back in July when he finished eighth in the Million, but the Brazilian made sure he went the distance this time around after a heads-up battle with 'eisenhower1'. After 5,369 entrants created a $1,073,800 prize pool, 'SmilleThHero' took third place for $71,450 before 'eisenhower1' fell at the final hurdle and banked $101,814 as runner-up, leaving Galvao to pick up the title. 'patasss' came through a heads-up match with Joao Valli to take the title in the PokerStars Bounty Builder Series 68: $2,100 NLHE [8-Max, Sunday High Roller SE] along with over $145,000. The special edition event drew in 457 entrants along with big money bounties. Once the final table of eight was whittled down the final three, 'sk2ll_m0dR' departed first for $45,253 + $15,203 before Brazil's Valli exited in second place for $60,884 + $26,843, which left 'patasss' to claim victory. 'CrazyLissy' got the better of the Swedish phenoms 'Lena900' and 'C.Darwin2' to claim the $64,151 top prize in the PokerStars Bounty Builder High Roller. Former PocketFives #1 ranked 'C.Darwin2' exited with the bronze medal for $32,596 + $9,776 before his compatriot and the current world ranked #1 'Lena900' departed in second place for $45,728 + $12,746. This meant 'CrazyLissy' was the victor and walked away with the first-place money as well as $48,081 in bounties. This week's PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up title went to 'ice931128' after coming through a final table that featured PokerStars Online Team Pro and popular Twitch streamer Jaime Staples. Staples banked $18,235 for third place and tweeted his joy at making such a deep run while continuing his tradition of buying a new piece of art for every major online score he achieves while streaming. https://twitter.com/jaimestaples/status/1051661317642309632 Staples' departure set the way for the heads-up battle, with 'HU4FU' having to settle for second place and $25,362, and 'ice931128' taking the $35,275 first-place prize. Over on partypoker, 'GlobalHappiness' came through an 86 player field to win the $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller for $56,975. Samuel 'JHelppi' Vousden took third place for $27,950 before 'jizonhisniz' lost out heads-up and banked $39,775 in second. 'MAAAMANNN' added $51,586 to their bankroll after coming through a 253 player field in the $1,050 Sunday Main Event. Online crusher 'probirs' took the bronze for $26,691 and 'MoNddLeR' took the silver for $37,444 after falling victim to 'MAAMANNN' heads-up. Below are this week’s Sunday final table results: PokerStars Sunday Million ($200 + $15 NLHE) $1M Guaranteed 5,369 entrants, $1,073,800 prize pool WarleyBruno - $145,086.89 eisenhower1 - $101,814.27 SmilleThHero -$71,450.11 Flush098765 - $50,141.41 glissario - $35,187.78 Turbo565 - $24,693.74 folkevogn - $17,329.30 D.END.49 - $12,161.21 Sergey260594 - $8,534.45 PokerStars Bounty Builder Series 68: $2,100 NLHE [8-Max, Sunday High Roller SE], $500K Gtd 457 entrants, $914,000 prize pool patasss - $81,914.63 + $63,632.80 Joao Valli - $60,884.60 + $26,843.75 sk2ll_m0dR - $45,253.73 + $15,203.13 Jacobuz_Q77 - $33,635.79 + $19,414.06 blackaces93 - $25,000.50 + $4,890.63 Pimmss - $18,582.12 + $5,828.13 Vojcieszek - $13,811.54 + $5,937.50 vvvpoker - $10,265.72 + $19,687.50 PokerStars Bounty Builder Series 67: $530 High Roller, $500k Gtd 1,697 entrants, $848,500 prize pool CrazyLissy - $64,151.80 + $48,081.62 Lena900 - $45,728.63 + $12,746.57 C.Darwin2 - $32,596.99 + $9,776.60 Groni - $23,236.25 + $3,947.75 L1VeYRdrEamS - $16,563.61 + $1,968.75 Frecc22 - $11,807.13 + $2,783.20 Sykoen - $8,416.56 + $6,216.80 mikki696 - $5,999.16 + $7,230.45 RPILON - $4,276.77 + $3,554.69 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $175k Gtd 1,087 entrants, $217,400 prize pool ice931128 - $35,275.02 HU4FU - $25,362.55 jaimestaples - $18,235.88 twirlpro - $13,111.76 corresao - $9,427.46 TheFan83 - $6,778.44 Fellatiado - $4,873.76 bagoch - $3,504.29 Svennieee - $2,519.62 partypoker $530 Sunday Big Bounty-HR $250k Gtd 501 entrants, $256,762 prize pool the18Wizard - $23,609.83 + $24,521.42 LoSientoGrace - $16,808.55 + $3,744.75 Iveybluffallin - $11,523 + $2,288.68 OreoMilkshake - $8,016 + $1,423.24 Level1pro - $5,686.35 + $2,608.60 i remember - $4,133.25 + $7,475.14 Quatroe3ehFLIP - $2,943.37 + $1,665.23 Paul07new - $2,129.25 + $5,992.41 partypoker $1,050 Sunday Main Event – HR $200k 253 entrants, $253,000 prize pool MAAAMANNN - $51,586.70 MoNddLeR - $37,444 probirs - $26,691.50 BITMEZREKT - $19,734 skitzo793 - $13,915 OXOXOXO - $10,626 VolZok_ - $7,843 donzledurbru - $5,819 partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller $200k Gtd 86 entrants, $215,000 prize pool GlobalHappiness - $56,975 jizonhisniz - $39,775 JHelppi - $27,950 BITMEXREKT - $19,350 VolZok_ - $15,050 WelshWizard - $11,287.50 MoNddLer - $9,137.50 barm111 - $7,525 partypoker $1,050 Bounty Hunter-HR $200k Gtd 196 entrants, $200,000 prize pool p0kchkmonsta - $19,998.56 + $22,018.75 eet_smakelijk - $14,515.84 + $10,676.25 VolZok_ - $10,347.44 + $5,427.50 FairPlay373 - $7,650.24 + $4,452.50 lincownz - $5,394.40 + $3,672.50 Phil_Gruissem - $4,119.36 + $2,632.50 BateBicoPLZ - $3,040.48 + $4,322.50 Drulitooo - $2,255.84 + $1,950
  2. Even after the fanfare of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $100K Super High Roller died down with Canadian Sam Greenwood earning his sixth career seven-figure score of $1.775M, the Imperial Ballroom at the Atlantis Resort & Casino was still buzzing. Day 1B of the 2019 PCA Main Event was in full swing and, in the afterglow of the PokerStars NL Hold'em Poker Championship, players were eager for one more chance at a huge score to start the year. Along with the Main Event, the superstars of the high roller scene continued to battle it out on the felt - this time in a $50K Single-Day tournament. Enjoy some photos from around the room on this action-packed day. $50K Single-Day [caption id="attachment_622269" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Mikita Badziakouski is a high fashioned high roller.[/caption]   Mikita Badziakouski is a stone-cold killer in high roller tournaments and he’s got the results to prove it. He has over $20.8m in live earnings and also finished 34th in the 2019 PSPC as a Platinum Pass winner for over $86,000. [caption id="attachment_622270" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Christoph Vogelsang's decision to cover up in this manner has sparked some debate.[/caption] Christoph Vogelsang is at the center of an ongoing debate/discussion on how to handle it when players use extreme measures to cover up any facial tells. At first, it was just a scarf, but Vogelsang has now moved to this current look. Say what you want about the Super High Roller Bowl winner - he has results and is currently Germany’s #2 leader in all-time cashes, right behind Fedor Holz. [caption id="attachment_622271" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Kurganov is consistently finding himself at high roller final tables. His last victory came in Dec. 2017.[/caption] Daniel Dvoress (left) pocket nines outrace Igor Kurganov’s AJ. When a nine hits the turn, the Jack on the river is nothing but a needle for the PokerStars ambassador Kurganov. Kurganov is coming off a sixth-place finish in the PCA $100K for over $378,000. [caption id="attachment_622272" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Dominik Nitsche has amassed over $17M in lifetime earnings.[/caption] Dominik Nitsche reflects on his time in front of a solver while contemplating a decision as Timothy Adams (left) looks on. Nitsche’s most recent high roller success was a fourth-place finish in the WPT Five Diamond $100K for $370,000 in December. PCA Main Event Day 2 Shots from around the room shortly after the dinner break. [caption id="attachment_622273" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Poker legend Barry Greenstein mixes it up in the PCA Main Event.[/caption] Beresford and The Bear. Along with Scott Stewart (right), we look over the shoulder of top-ranked UK online grinder Conor Beresford as he sits with the legend Barry Greenstein. [caption id="attachment_622274" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Ole Schemion (left) won the 2019 PCA National for over $148K.[/caption] Two of the final four in the 2019 PCA National are side-by-side once again in the Main Event. National champ Ole Schemion (right) chats with Alexandre Mantovani. READ: Alexandre Mantovani WCOOP Score Into Live Success [caption id="attachment_622276" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Julien Martini finished as the runner up in the historic $25K PSPC for $2.9M.[/caption] PSPC Runner-Up Julien Martini (right) is still feeling good after his multi-million score. Here he sits with Netherlands pro Martijn Gerrits in the PCA Main. [caption id="attachment_622277" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Chino Rheem bubbled the final table of the 2019 PCA National.[/caption] Chino Rheem doing what he does best. Building big stacks in large field tournaments. [caption id="attachment_622278" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Leo Margets has over $1.1 million in live tournament earnings.[/caption] Winamax pro Leo Margets already made a deep run during the 2019 PCA National. Here's she's putting together some chips to make a run in the Main Event. [caption id="attachment_622279" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Has the covering of faces gone too far or is it just no big deal?[/caption] What do you think of this look? Hate it? Love it? Does it bother you or is it fair game? We want to know what you think - tweet at us @PocketFives

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