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  1. After a ‘no bracelet’ day on Monday, we saw two new bracelet winners on Tuesday at the 2018 World Series of Poker. One of them picked up his first piece of WSOP jewellery, while the other claimed his third, plus over a million bucks to go with it. Meanwhile, the MONSTER STACK played down to 20, the $10K Limit Championship got down to 14, and the $3K NLHE kicked off for Day 1. Here’s all the news from June 26. Razz Specialist Jay Kwon Wins First Bracelet and $125,431 Coming into the final table fifth in chips, and with some stiff competition from the likes of start-of-day chip leader K
  2. 888poker LIVE’s 12-day festival in Barcelona, Spain came to a conclusion on Monday when Romania’s Adrian Costin Constantin closed out a win in the Main Event for €114,025 and the title of 888poker LIVE Barcelona Champion. For nearly two weeks, the on-the-felt action was fast-paced at Casino Barcelona. Big crowds and 888poker superstars like Parker ‘tonkaaaa’ Talbot, Sofia Lovgren and Vivian Saliba were all on hand. The 2018 PCA Main Event winner Maria Lampropulos even took down the €2,200 High Roller in the middle of the week for €63,000. After the 13 of the prelims played out to their res
  3. [caption width="640"] XL Eclipse provided an action packed Monday at 888poker[/caption] Monday brought with it a new slate of XL Eclipse tournaments over at 888poker. The online site sought to kick off the work week with $175,000 worth of guarantees spread out over 13 events, including the first Pot Limit Omaha offerings on the XL Eclipse schedule. Online players flocked to the 888poker tables, helping the series, once again, exceed their posted guarantees for the day by well over $50,000. All done, there was roughly $239,000 awarded from the XL Eclipse prize pools. 888poker am
  4. The momentum from a dynamic Day 1 of partypoker’s $30M GTD POWERFEST carried over into Day 2 of the spring series. Fifteen total tournaments from the massive 255-event schedule were on tap on Monday and players helped push the total prize pool north of $945,000 as 14 of the 15 events crushed their guarantee. The largest event of the day was the Event #09-HR ($1,050 Progressive Knockout 8-Max) which saw 191 players vying for a piece of the $200K guarantee. There was a small bit of overlay in this tournament which benefitted the eventual winner ‘KONY2012’ who picked up $17,081.91 for first p
  5. The biggest day of the week in the world of online poker came around quickly once again, with Patrick Leonard, Parker Talbot, Tomi Brouk, and world ranked #1 'Lena900' all picking up Sunday victories. The largest prizes up for grabs came as expected in the PokerStars $215 Sunday Million as 5,657 entrants created a $1,131,400 prize pool. Ireland's Aidan 'yaboybush' Hynes departed in fourth place for $52,808 and banked by far his biggest online cash to date. Hynes' departure paved the way for the final three to agree to a money-deal, which secured each player a six-figure score. Brazil's 'fre
  6. Perhaps the only thing more fun than throwing some clothes in a duffle bag and hopping on a flight for a highly anticipated poker vacation is to do exactly that but with a couple of your best friends in tow. In their new promotion, 888poker is giving their players a chance to win a special trip to the UK to participate in the 888poker LIVE London Festival. More specifically, the package includes a stake to splash around in an exclusive “Bros vs. Pros” cash game as well as tickets to hit the pitch and watch a football match. Get Qualified First things first: on November 14 and 17 at 21:0
  7. Over 9,000 Twitch viewers saw popular streamer and 888poker ambassador Parker 'Tonkaaa' Talbot take the silver medal in the PokerStars Sunday Million for $124,114 following a heads-up deal with eventual winner 'PokerDave476'. Talbot, who enjoyed success on the live poker felt after a sixth-place finish in the PokerStars EPT Prague Main Event last month for $203,626, agreed to a chop with 'PokerDave476' following 'Rus_us8''s exit in third place for $77,622. With $20,000 in the prize pool still to play for, the poker fans flocked to Talbot's Twitch stream to see if the Canadian could go al
  8. With the World Series of Poker well and truly in the books for another year, the online Sunday Majors saw some familiar names return to the tables to do battle for the richest prizes of the week. The PokerStars Sunday Million saw 5,916 entrants create a $1,183,200 prize pool with 'blackaces93' and 'keksi_sn' chopping heads-up, both taking away six-figure scores. 'luckyEVever' exited in third place for $78,672, which allowed the final two to agree to a deal. 'keksi_sn' added $125,930 to their bankroll and 'blackaces93' collected $145,930 after winning the heads-up battle to claim the remaini
  9. “I came back from the dead.” Back from the dead. Not literally of course, but it wasn’t that long ago Johnny ‘proudflop’ Proudfoot, the current #1-ranked player in the United Kingdom, found himself on the path to poker mediocrity. The 28-year-old grinder from the city of Durham in the UK describes himself as “quite under the radar” despite having been an online poker fixture for the better part of 10 years. Like many young online players, he first took to the game while in school. Often times meeting his friends in the common rooms to splash around a bit. “In between lessons we’d play a

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