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  1. Bulgaria's Rosen 'dtminator' Apostolov banked their first six-figure online cash after navigating through a 10,344 player-field in the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million for $108,027. Apostolov crushed their previous best score of $12k after a heads-up victory over Canada's 'Samuel Peace'. Morocco's 'bibichov1989' claimed the bronze medal for $55,843, with the well-known name of Mike 'goleafsgoeh' Leah making a final table appearance in ninth-place for $7,715. [ptable zone="NJ Online Poker Promos"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] World #4 Andras 'probirs' Nemth
  2. The UK's Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford battled through 10,931 entrants to win the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million for $112,185. The well-known pro secured his third six-figure online score after a heads-up battle against 'manumanu1985', who banked $81,408 as runner-up. Beresford burst onto the online poker scene back in 2012 after a fifth-place finish in the Sunday Million helped the Brit on his way to becoming one of the most consistent online grinders, reaching #2 in the world rankings in 2016, and securing a SCOOP title in the same year. World ranked #3 'C.Darwin2' topped a 71 player-f
  3. There were another seven High Roller events on the partypoker POWERFEST schedule on Wednesday as the $20 million guaranteed online series ramps up to its Sunday finale. With a victory in Event $176-HR ($2,100 Pot Limit Omaha 6-Max), ’DasistMirWurst’ not only took home the biggest payday of Wednesday’s POWERFEST schedule but also secured a third High Roller title for the series. ’DasistMirWurst’, who just yesterday made the final table in four different High Roller events, outlasted the 67 entries to take home the $46,351.69 first-place prize. Finishing right behind them was ‘Stu_Beggs’ who
  4. Just five days ago, 'CalmDownMan' stood tall after winning POWERFEST Event #35-SHR ($5,200 Six Max NLHE PKO) for $147K. On Monday, they added another partypoker POWERFEST title to their resume by winning Event #79-HR ($530 Eight Max NLHE Grind) for $26,865. 'CalmDownMan' outlasted the other 269 players to win the tournament. Finishing as the runner-up earned 'STAY_HUNGRY' $19,440 and 'SonOfPunt' earned $13,635. The biggest winner on the day was 'fromHOlland1945' who scored $49,066.02 after navigating their way through the 197-player field in Event #80-HR ($1,050 Mix Max NLHE) for $49,066
  5. One week running as PKO edition of the Sunday Million, PokerStars returned their flagship event to a simple re-entry event and drew 10,623 players to just beat the guarantee. British grinder 'Eizy' managed to outlast all 10,622 of their opponents on Sunday to win the Sunday Million outright for $109,029.30. Runner-up 'boerni21' from Hungary took home $79,114.89 while Ukranian 'DTS|Travka' earned $57,413.70 for finishing in third place. The #3-ranked player in Russia, 'hello_totti', beat out 87 other players to win the PokerStars Sunday High Roller for $42,058.08. Canadian Adam 'fishbones

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