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  1. Team partypoker's own Isaac Haxton is widely regarded as one of the best poker players on the planet. On Sunday he added to that reputation by outlasting 45 other players in the partypoker High Roller Club Main Event. The $25,500 buy-in event had many of the best poker players in the world vying for the eventual six-figure score. Haxton beat all of them to walk away with $437,000. Spaniard Sergi Reixach had to settle for a $287,500 payday after being the final player to fall to Haxton. Pascal Lefrancois picked up yet another six-figure score after winning $184,000 for coming in third place. Many of the players that Haxton dispatched also took a shot in the partypoker High Roller Club Mix-Max Second Chance event. The $10,300 event had 65 total entries with Austria's Thomas Muehloecker outlasting all of them to win $224,840.20. Belarussian Mikita Badziakouski finished as the runner-up for $146,250. Dan Shak, playing from Poland, took the final podium spot and added $78,000 to his bankroll. Brazil's Pablo Brito Silva won the $5,200 buy-in partypoker High Roller club The Big Game to earn $216,635.69. Canada's Andrew Pantling just missed out on yet another victory, finishing second for $157,244.08. Nick Schulman rounded out the top three for $112,089.53. Lester 'mon$terDad' Edoc earned $285,646 for an outright victory in the GGPoker High Roller MILLION$. The $500 buy-in event had 1,832 to entries for a prize pool of $1,129,800. Runner-up 'Lucky_Luke1' walked away with $203,618 for their efforts and third-place finisher 'supermoustache' earned $145,146. While the PokerStars Sunday Million and partypoker MILLION will both play down to a winner on Monday, the GGPoker GGMasters fell 118 players short of the $500,000 guarantee. 'BadReligion' entered the land of competition and proved to be a worthy 21st century boy (or girl) by outlasting all 3,504 of their competitors to win $71,750.75. Coming in one spot short of the title gave 'Langdon' a $50,352.45 score while 'gambelo' earned $35,335.85 as the third place finisher. partypoker High Roller club Main Event Buy-in: $25,500 Entries: 46 Prize pool $1,150,000 Isaac Haxton - $437,000 Sergi Reixach - $287,500 Pascal Lefrancois - $184,000 partypoker High Roller club Mix-Max Second Chance Buy-in: $10,300 Entries: 65 Prize pool $650,000 Thomas Muehloecker - $224,840.20 Mikita Badziakouski - $146,250 Dan Shak - $78,000 partypoker High Roller club The Big Game Buy-in: $5,200 Entries: 229 Prize pool $1,062,460 Pablo Brito Silva - $216,635.69 Andrew Pantling - $157,244.08 Nick Schulman - $112,089.53 partypoker High Roller club Knockout Buy-in: $2,100 Entries: 99 Prize pool: $200,000 Yuri Dzivielevski - $19,015.55 + $23,406.25 in bounties Christian Jeppsson - $18,995.27 + $15,406.25 in bounties Luc Greenwood - $13,575.26 + $2,500 in bounties PokerStars Bounty Builder Buy-in: $109 Entries: 3,249 Prize pool: $324,800 Escapemissio - $17,272.29 + $17,357.30 in bounties ciaca21 - $17,991.41 + $1,350.77 in bounties caiocalmon - $16,315.24 + $835.96 in bounties PokerStars Summer Series Event #80 NLHE Turbo PKO Buy-in: $109 Entries: 3,486 Prize pool: $348,600 SupaFlyGeek - $21,427.84 + $17,231.64 in bounties 777acenace77 - $21,424.67 + $1,633.00 in bounties gkamei09 - $12,711.76 + $1,628.70 in bounties PokerStars Sunday High Roller Buy-in: $2,100 Entries: 64 Prize pool: $128,000 C. Darwin2 - $39,772.71 Anjeyyy - $28,661.67 Str8$$$Homey - $20,654.65 888poker Sunday Mega Deep Buy-in: $109 Entries: 640 + 273 reentries Prize pool: $100,000 ($8,700 overlay) 9saymon - $18,890.00 pow_indacage - $13,700 R2Rka - $10,100 GGPoker High Roller MILLION$ Buy-in: $500 Entries: 1,832 Prize pool: $1,129,800 Lester 'mon$terDad' Edoc - $285,646 Lucky_Luke1 - $203,618 supermoustache - $145,146 GGPoker Global MILLION$ Buy-in: $100 Entries: Prize pool: COMMENEIGEAUSOLEIL - $134,065 MessiBarcelona - $95,556 Justin 'noclue_just' Chan - $68,123 GGPoker GGMasters Buy-in: $150 Entries: 3,505 Prize pool: $500,000 ($16,310 overlay) BadReligion - $71,750.75 Langdon - $50,352.45 gambelo - $35,335.85
  2. Pascal 'Pass_72' Lefrancois made his way through a star-studded PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker final table on Tuesday to take home the second-largest score of his online poker career and fourth six-figure cash of the last month. Lefrancois outlasted 464 other players including Artem 'veeea' Vezhenkov, Timothy 'Tim0thee' Adams, Pavel 'silentm0de' Plesuv at the final table to win Event #96 High ($5,200 Second Chance Main Event) for $416,741.68. Eventual runner-up Alfred 'Kzzon' Karlsson walked away with $309,752.07 while William 'hellzito' Arruda had to settle for a third-place finish and the accompanying $230,229.63 prize money. Lefrancois' has been putting up big numbers in big buy-in events on partypoker and PokerStars over the last month. He won Poker Masters Online Event #9 ($1,050 Six Max NLHE) for $243,988.68 on April 15 and followed that up by winning Event #23 ($25,500 Six Max PLO) on April 24 for a career-high $527,509.70 payday. On Monday, the Canadian added a Super High Roller Bowl Online title to his growing collection and $259,628.98 to his bankroll after winning Event #5 ($10,300 Six Max NLHE High Roller). 'TripleAjaxxx' outlasted 1,815 other players in Event #99 High ($530 NLHE PKO) to win their first SCOOP title, $58,694.81 from the prize pool and another $28,346.08 in bounties. The last bounty they collected came from runner-up 'boydst1' who had to settle for $58,693.75 from the prize pool and $19,912.55 in bounties. 'Cmon_Gasquet' wound up in third for $34,824.47 and collected $17,832.74 from bounties. Former #1-ranked online poker player Simon 'C. Darwin2' Mattsson took down Event #101 High ($1,050 NLHE) for $61,140.99. Falling one spot short of the title forced 'YASOMAN' to console themselves with a $46,310.74 cash while 'Korrinho' took home $35,077.73 for finishing in third place. Mattsson wasn't the only former #1 PocketFiver to make the final table. Andras 'probirs' Nemeth wound up in fifth place and earned $20,124.84 for his efforts. The final event on the schedule was also the fastest. Event #104-H ($530 NLHE Turbo PKO) had 1,059 entries and took just five hours to crown a champion. When all was said and done 'Ryokan' stood tall and won $37,220.36 from the prize pool and picked up $32,439.34 from bounties collected on their way to the title. Runner-up 'hopezACE' grabbed $37,219.66 from the prize pool and another $13,583.97 from bounties. 'poker@luffyD' rounded out the podium finishers and earned $22,523.28 and collected just $4,285.16 in bounties. Other 'Crismano' (Event #96-L), Fabio 'LFFF22' Freitas (Event #96-M), Justin 'jlapka' Lapka (Event #97-L), 'ThuthBeTold7' (Event #97-M), 'Hudison747' (Event #99-L), 'Opresqu' (Event #99-M), 'KKAArdoso' (Event #101-L), 'benyie' (Event #101-M), 'xTheWall' (Event #104-L), and 'AlainHajj' (Event #104-M). Event #96-H: $5,200 Second Chance Main Event Entries: 465 Prize pool: $2,325,000 Pascal 'Pass_72' Lefrancois - $416,741.68 Alfred 'Kzzon' Karlsson - $309,752.07 William 'hellzito' Arruda- $230,229.63 Pavel 'silentm0de' Plesuv- $171,123.02 Timothy 'Tim0thee' Adams - $127,190.75 Andrey 'Anjeyyy' Novak- $94,537.05 temka99 - $70,266.91 Artem 'veeea' Vezhenkov - $52,227.17 Event #99-H: $530 NLHE PKO Entries: 1,816 Prize pool: $908,000 TripleAjaxxx - $58,694.81 + $28,346.08 in bounties boydst1 - $58,693.75 + $19,912.55 in bounties Cmon_Gasquet - $34,824.47 + $17,832.74 in bounties poker@luffyD - $24,824.08 + $9,760.00 in bounties JenOrek - $17,695.46 + $2,445.31 in bounties DeLaBijen - $12,613.93 + $2,367.19 in bounties gnetaren - $8,991.65 + $3,819.33 in bounties mraink - $6,409.57 + $7,156.74 in bounties Event #101-H: $1,050 NLHE Entries: 325 Prize pool: $325,000 Simon 'C. Darwin2' Mattsson - $61,140.99 YASOMAN - $46,310.74 Korrinho - $35,077.73 Big-Ego-Issues - $25,569.43 Andras 'probirs' Nemeth - $20,124.84 Talal 'raidalot' Shakerchi - $15,243.44 t4t0PAGAU - $11,546.04 Cavalito - $8,745.45 Garrin4e - $6,624.18 Event #104-H: $530 NLHE Turbo PKO Entries: 1,059 Prize pool: $529,500 (including $264,750 in bounties) Ryokan - $37,220.36 + $32,439.34 in bounties hopezACE - $37,219.66 + $13,583.97 in bounties poker@luffyD - $22,523.28 + $4,285.16 in bounties psxfrcndhe - $16,256.78 + $8,398.43 in bounties SnowmanTony - $11,733.74 + $4,357.42 in bounties manuverd0n - $8,469.14 + $9,759.77 in bounties gusmaa - $6,112.83 + $2,031.25 in bounties anonymstruts - $4,412.11 + $3,046.89 in bounties
  3. On Friday, two more Poker Masters Online events played out on partypoker. Samuel Vousden won Event #25 and Mark Davis took the trophy in Event #26. Artur Martirosian continued his impressive series by adding a third-place finish in Event #25 to his list of results and he's the frontrunner atop the Championship Leaderboard with just four events left. Now, the Poker Masters Online heads into a big concluding weekend that features four events. On Saturday, the $25,500 buy-in Event #27: $1M Gtd [NLH, 8-Max] and $10,300 buy-in Event #28: $250K Gtd [NLH, 6-Max] take place. On Sunday, it's the $51,000 buy-in Event #29: MAIN EVENT $2M Gtd [NLH, 8-Max] in addition to the $10,300 buy-in Event #30: $250K Gtd [NLH, 6-Max]. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"] Vousden Wins Event #25 for $520,000 Several Finnish players have found success during the Poker Masters Online series, including Pauli Ayras winning two tournaments already. The latest Fin to enjoy a huge payday was Vousden, who finished in first place in Event #25: $1M Gtd [NLH, 8-Max] for $520,000. Vousden topped a field of 64 entries. Finishing in second place was Wiktor Malinowski for $352,000 and then Martirosian placed third for $232,000. Martirosian now has eight cashes through Friday's action and is atop the Championship Leaderboard with 957 points. Pascal Lefrancois, who on Thursday won his second Poker Masters Online title this series, finished fourth for $144,000. Event #25 Results Samuel Vousden - $520,000 Wiktor Malinowski - $352,000 Artur Martirosian - $232,000 Pascal Lefrancois - $144,000 Timothy Adams - $112,000 Joni Jouhkimainen - $88,000 Guillaume Nolet - $76,000 Elio Fox - $76,000 Davis Wins Event #26 for $284,653 In Event #26: $500K Gtd [NLH, 6-Max], Davis emerged victorious to win $284,653.46. It was Davis' first cash of the series. Davis beat Rob Lipkin in heads-up play, and then it was Malinowski, who finished second in the first event of the day, taking third in this one. Lefrancois and Timothy Adams also booked double cashes on Friday. After finishing fourth in Event #25, Lefrancois took fifth in Event #26. Adams finished fifth in Event #25 and then took 11th in Event #26. Adams now leads the way for most Poker Masters Online cashes during this series with 10. Event #26 Results Mark Davis - $284,653.46 Rob Lipkin - $177,450 Wiktor Malinowski - $109,200 Pavel Plesuv - $79,625 Pascal Lefrancois - $56,875 Thomas Muehloecker - $38,675 Luuk Gieles - $29,575 Lukas Matthias Nowakowski - $29,575 Ali Imsirovic - $29,575 Nick Petrangelo - $24,932.18 Timothy Adams - $24,932.18 Pauli Ayras - $24,932.18 Championship Standings An entertaining aspect of the Poker Masters Online is the Championship Leaderboard Standings that are tracking the performances of players throughout the series. The goal is to determine an overall winner. Points are awarded based on finishing position in the events, and the overall champion will receive a $50,000 cash prize and be awarded the Poker Masters Purple Jacket. Here are the Poker Masters Online Championship Standings top 10 after Friday's day of play. Artur Martirosian - 957 points Andras Nemeth - 807 points Timothy Adams - 799 points Pauli Ayras -747 points Alex Foxen - 736 points Pascal Lefrancois - 732 points Alexandros Kolonias - 708 points Luuk Gieles - 644 points Eelis Parssinen - 610 points Jorryt Van Hoof - 606 points
  4. It wasn't too long ago that Pauli Ayras became the first player to win two Poker Masters Online events. With Thursday's play, Pascal Lefrancois become the second by winning the Event #23 title. Ali Imsirovic has had several deep runs in the Poker Masters Online at partypoker but he had yet to grab a victory. That all changed on Thursday, when Imsirovic picked up a victory in Event #24. Also having himself a solid day was Andras Nemeth, who cashed in both events that took place, including finishing second to Lefrancois. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"] Lefrancois Wins Event #23 for $527,509 Lefrancois won Event #9 for $243,988. Now, he can call himself a two-time Poker Masters Online event winner after his victory in Event #23: $1M Gtd [PLO, 6-Max]. In this latest win, Lefrancois topped a field of 61 entries in the $25,500 buy-in tournment, beating Nemeth in heads-up play and winning $527,509.70. The top nine spots made the money, with Andreas Torbergsen rounding out the podium in third. Event #23 Results Pascal Lefrancois - $527,509.70 Andras Nemeth - $343,125 Andreas Torbergsen - $183,000 Pedro Zagalo - $137,250 Ioannis Kontonatsios - $99,125 Aku Joentausta - $68,625 Evan Mathis - $55,455.10 Christopher Frank - $55,455.10 George Wolff - $55,455.10 Imsirovic Wins Event #24 for $277,096 Imsirovic is no stranger to Poker Masters success, having won two tournaments and the overall championship title in the live edition of the series in 2018. Now, he can add a Poker Masters Online title to his trophy case. Imsirovic won the $10,300 buy-in Event #24:$500K [NLH, 6-Max] for $277,096.60. The event drew a field of 110 entries, with the top 18 making the money. One of those to cash was Nemeth, who followed up his second-place finish in Event #23 with a 13th-place finish in this tournament. Nemeth now has eight cashes on the series and is very much challenging to win the overall Championship Leaderboard. Event #24 Results Ali Imsirovic - $277,096.60 Benjamin Jones - $187,000 Dario Sammartino - $132,000 Sam Greenwood - $93,500 Vicent Bosca Ramon - $68,750 Joni Jouhkimainen - $45,650 Laszlo Bujtas - $34,650 Luuk Gieles - $34,650 Sami Kelopuro - $34,650 Joao Vieira - $23,650 Alexandros Kolonias - $23,650 Patrick Leonard - $23,650 Andras Nemeth - $20,183.90 Ole Schemion - $20,183.90 Darrell Goh - $20,183.90 Artur Martirosian - $20,183.90 Farid Jattin - $20,183.90 George Wolff - $20,183.90
  5. Two more players joined the ranks of Poker Masters Online winners on Wednesday, as more high-stakes, Purple Jacket-chasing action played out on partypoker. The event titles up for grabs came in Event #8: $500K Gtd [NLH, 8-Max] and Event #9: $500K Gtd [NLH, 6-Max], both with $10,300 buy-ins. The two winners were Joni Jouhkimainen and Pascal Lefrancois. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"] Jouhkimainen Wins Event #8 for $254,800 The $10,300 buy-in Event #8: $500K Gtd [NLH, 8-Max] attracted a field of 104 entries to more than double the guarantee with a $1.04 million prize pool. The top 16 spots made the money, with plenty of notable players running deep. Ultimately, Jouhkimainen came out on top to claim the event's $254,800 first-place prize. Jouhkimainen beat Andras Nemeth in heads-up play. Nemeth has enjoyed a bit of success in this series himself, as he already won Event #5 for $259,628. Overall, it's been a very good week for Nemeth. In addition to his Poker Masters Online results, he placed second in the Irish Poker Open Main Event for €325,423. Sergi Reixach finished third for $130,000. Event #8 Results Joni Jouhkimainen - $254,800 Andras Nemeth - $182,000 Sergi Reixach - $130,000 Elias Talvitie - $91,000 Juan Pardo Dominguez - $67,600 Timothy Adams - $52,000 Alex Foxen - $41,600 Dario Sammartino - $33,800 Chris Hunichen - $26,000 Joao Vieira - $26,000 Carlos Sanchez - $26,000 Simon Pedersen - $26,000 Benjamin Rolle - $20,800 Sami Kelopuro - $20,800 Mike Watson - $20,800 Rui Ferreira - $20,800 Lefrancois Wins Event #9 for $243,988 Event #9: $500K Gtd [NLH, 6-Max] drew a field of 78 entries, creating a $780,000 prize pool. The top 12 places finished in the money, and it was Lefrancois taking top honors for $243,988.68. Lefrancois defeated Justin Bonomo in heads-up play. Kristen Bicknell finished third for $93,600 to round out the podium, and then Fedor Holz placed fourth for $68,250. In fifth place was Nemeth, who once again put up an impressive result. Event #9 Results Pascal Lefrancois - $243,988.68 Justin Bonomo - $152,100 Kristen Bicknell - $93,600 Fedor Holz - $68,250 Andras Nemeth - $48,750 Dario Sammartino - $33,150 Ioannis Angelou-Konstas - $25,350 Jake Schindler - $25,350 Timothy Adams - $25,350 Alexandros Kolonias - $21,370.44 Ian Engel - $21,370.44 Pauli Ayras - $21,370.44 Championship Standings The Poker Masters Online Championship Standings will track the performances of players in the series in order to determine an overall winner. Points are awarded based on finishing position in the events, and the overall champion will receive a $50,000 cash prize and be awarded the Poker Masters Purple Jacket. Here are the Poker Masters Online Championship Standings top 10 after the fourth day of play. Andras Nemeth - 511 points Pauli Ayras - 393 points Elias Talvitie - 380 points Alex Foxen - 352 points Sergi Reixach - 347 points Alexandros Kolonias - 316 points Joni Jouhkimainen - 282 points Pascal Lefrancois - 272 points Mike Watson - 271 points Sam Greenwood - 253 points
  6. For the last 10 days the poker world has had its attention on the city of Barcelona as the first partypoker LIVE season came to a conclusion with the partypoker MILLIONS Grand Final. The final table played out on Sunday with some of the most dominant tournament players in the world battling it out for one of three seven-figure scores and in the end it was Canadian Pascal Lefrancois that overcame a stacked final table to walk away with €1.7 million and yet another major title. With four players holding over 100 big blinds at the start of the day, it took 4.5 hours before the first bustout. Down to just about eight big blinds, Thomas Boivin moved all in from UTG and Stephen Chidwick called from the small blind. Boivin showed [poker card="ah"][poker card="3h"] and needed some help after seeing Chidwick tabled [poker card="jc"][poker card="jd"]. The [poker card="7s"][poker card="5s"][poker card="3s"] flop gave him a couple of extra outs, but the [poker card="6c"] turn and [poker card="td"] river were both bricks and Boivin was out in eighth place. It took just a couple of minutes for the next elimination. Davidi Kitai, who came into the final table with the chance to be the first person to own a World Series of Poker bracelet, a World Poker Tour title, a European Poker Tour championship and a partypoker MILLIONS victory, moved his seven big blind stack all in from UTG and Diogo Veiga called from the small blind. Kitai showed [poker card="as"][poker card="jd"] and got great news when Veiga showed [poker card="ah"][poker card="4c"] but the [poker card="kc"][poker card="6h"][poker card="4d"] flop changed everything. Kitai was unable to catch up after the [poker card="8d"] turn or [poker card="td"] river and was out in seventh place. Veiga's night didn't last much longer. An hour after taking out Kitai, Veiga found himself on the bad side of a clash with Chidwick. After Chidwick raised to 10,000,000 from the cutoff, Veiga re-raised to 39,000,000 from the small blind. Chidwick called and the two players saw the [poker card="ah"][poker card="8s"][poker card="3d"] flop. Veiga checked, Chidwick bet 20,000,000 and Veiga moved all in for 84,000,000 more. Chidwick called and showed [poker card="ad"][poker card="3c"] for top and bottom pair while Chidwick was behind with [poker card="ac"][poker card="9c"]. The turn was the [poker card="jh"] keeping Veiga ahead but the [poker card="js"] river paired the board and gave Chidwick the pot, eliminating Veiga in sixth. Jan-Eric Schwippert started the day third in chips, but was unable to weather the storm and fell victim to Adam Owen a number of times before seeing Owen send him off for good. From the cutoff, Owen raised to to 16,000,000 before Schwippert moved all in for 136,000,000 from the big blind. Owen called and showed [poker card="7d"][poker card="7h"] which put him ahead of Schwippert's [poker card="ac"][poker card="9c"]. The board ran out [poker card="js"][poker card="6d"][poker card="5h"][poker card="jh"][poker card="qs"] and Schwippert was eliminated. The final four players battled for another two hours before the next player was sent packing. Action folded to Dominik Nitsche in the small blind and he moved all in for 71,000,000 and Lefrancois called from the big blind. Nitsche found himself slightly ahead with [poker card="ks"][poker card="6c"] over Lefrancois' [poker card="kd"][poker card="3c"]. The [poker card="ts"][poker card="4s"][poker card="2c"] flop was harmless, but the [poker card="5c"] turn gave Lefrancois an open-ended straight draw. Nitsche could only shake his head and pack up his things as the [poker card="ac"] river completed the draw to eliminate him in fourth place. Ten minutes later, Chidwick suffered a similar fate. Lefrancois called from the button, Owen folded the small blind and Chidwick moved all in from the big blind for 94,000,000. Lefrancois called and showed [poker card="ks"][poker card="ts"] which put him behind Chidwick's [poker card="ah"][poker card="7c"]. The [poker card="kh"][poker card="9s"][poker card="8d"] flop moved Lefrancois into the lead and he maintained that position after the [poker card="5d"] turn and [poker card="8c"] river to bust Chidwick in third. Heads-up play began with Lefrancois holding 65% of the chips in play. Over the first 45 minutes of heads-up play, Owen chipped away at the lead and eventually took the lead for himself only to see Lefrancois return the favor before putting an end to the tournament. Owen raised to 38,000,000 and Lefrancois responded by three-betting to 105,000,000. Owen continued to apply pressure and moved all in for 451,000,000 and Lefrancois called. Owen turned over [poker card="as"][poker card="ts"] but grimaced as Lefrancois had him out-pipped with [poker card="ad"][poker card="jd"]. The [poker card="qc"][poker card="5c"][poker card="5d"] flop gave Owen some hope, but the [poker card="3s"] turn and [poker card="7d"] river offered no relief and gave Lefrancois the final pot of the tournament, the MILLIONS Grand Final title and a cool €1.7 million to with it all. Final Table Payouts Pascal Lefrancois - €1,700,000 Adam Owen -€1,300,000 Stephen Chidwick - €1,000,000 Dominik Nitsche - €800,000 Jan-Eric Schwippert - €602,500 Diogo Veiga - €450,000 Davidi Kitai - €325,000 Thomas Boivin - €225,000
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