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  1. The Super High Roller Bowl Online continued on Monday with another three players, including a pair of Canadians, picking up titles on the second day of action in the 28-event series. The biggest score on Monday went to Canadian Daniel Dvoress. Outlasting 70 other entries in Event #5 $25,500 Six Max NLHE Super High Roller, Dvoress earned $613,986.70. Capping off the victory required Dvoress to take out a pair of former #1-ranked PocketFivers Andras Nemeth had to settle for a $399,375 for finishing as the runner-up while Fedor Holz finished in third place for $213,000. The day began with M
  2. If the opening days of the European Poker Tour stop in Barcelona are any indication, it's going to be a helluva week of poker in the Spanish city. Spanish grinder Sergi Reixach is proof of that. Playing the first €100,000 buy-in event of his career, Reixach topped the 64-entry field in the €100,000 Super High Roller event on Monday, beating a final table that included Luc Greenwood, Danny Tang, Steve O'Dwyer, and eventual runner-up Sam Grafton to win €1,816,210 ($2,015,000 US). Rui Ferreira started the final table with just 11 big blinds, but he took on the role of spectator for the firs
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