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  1. In the relatively short history of PokerStars PA, there may be no player more dominant than 'deadtosolve'. Along with back-to-back Sunday Special victories in early 2020, 'deadtosolve' has also won the Sunday High Roller and 10 cashes in the first Pennsylvania Championship of Online Poker. On Tuesday, they added a Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker title that resume. 'deadtosolve' outlasted 481 other entries in Event #33-H ($200 Super Tuesday NLHE) to win $14,030.63. Finishing one spot behind them earned 'NEWLIFE919' a $10,284.14 payday while 'SleazyAmishGirl' took third plac
  2. For the second day in a row, the Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker action was highlighted by a player winning their second title of the series. 'CleggsOnGG' outlasted the rest of the 723-entry field in Event #41-H ($100 Six Max Deepstack NLHE) to take home $11,287.42. Runner-up 'WheresTobias' had to settle for a close call and $7,864.50 while third place finisher 'NoamSayng' earned $5,479.76. One week ago, 'CleggsOnGG' won Event #22-H ($100 No Limit Hold’em) for $9,498.70. Back in December, 'CleggsOnGG' managed 18 cashes during the inaugural Pennsylvania Championship of Onlin
  3. Friday's PokerStars Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker schedule was highlighted by the only 8-Game mixed events of the series. Event #20-H ($200 8-Game) had 120 entries to build a $22,320 prize pool and easily surpass the $15,000 guarantee. The final two players made a deal with 'jshultz929' earning $5,248.71 and the title while 'imbadbuturworse' had to settle for $4,460.49 as the runner-up. Third place finisher 'keller22687' went home with $2,901.60. 'X2Time' pocketed $1,552.98 for winning Event #20-L ($20 8-Game). The other events on Friday's schedule nearly doubled th
  4. After battling their way through 281 other entries, the final four players in Event #17-H ($250 Thursday Thrill SE PKO) of Thursday's PokerStars Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker schedule chopped up nearly $20,000. 'The168' took home the title and $5,871.44 and another $6,451.06 worth of bounties. Runner-up 'HeaterISreal' took home a bigger chunk of the prize pool - $5,998.49 thanks to the deal - and $2,428.25 in bounties. Third place finisher 'steveinfishtown' earned $4,408.06 plus $436.87 in bounties. The final player in the deal, 'tone5555787', walked away with $3,860.31 a
  5. The Super Tuesday has a special place in the storied history of PokerStars. Pennsylvania online poker players added to that legacy on Tuesday after playing in the largest one in that state since the launch of regulated online poker as part of the inaugural Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker. Event #12-H ($250 Super Tuesday SE) had 338 entries to blow past the $50,000 guarantee with $78,854 up for grabs. Topping all of them gave 'asianpersuasian' a PASCOOP title and $14,613.78 while runner-up 'soccerdad29' took home $10,711.64. Coming in third place came with a $7,851.60 for 's
  6. The first-ever PokerStars Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker is officially in the book and 'LiveMonster179' and 'Tobes37' get to have their names written into the early chapters of Pennsylvania regulated online poker history. 'LiveMonster179' outlasted the 157 other players who had advanced to Day 2 of Event #45-H ($300 NLHE (PASCOOP Main Event)) to win $57,394.54. Runner-up 'fan_buzgon' earned $41,650.41 and third-place finisher 'kdQuel' took home $30,225.68. 'Tobes37' came out on top of Event #45-L ($50 NLHE (Main Event)) after the final three players agreed to a deal. 'T
  7. The fifth day of action in the inaugural PokerStars Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker featured four events, highlighted by the first High Roller event of the schedule. 'KennytheRipper' and 'ElokkPoker' chopped up Event #15-H ($500 Six Max NLHE High Roller) after outlasting 175 other entries. 'KennytheRipper' wound up with the title and $15,079.34 while 'ElokkPoker' had to settle for runner-up status and a $13,685.47 score. Third place finisher 'floatar' took home the scheduled $8,773.22 third place prize money. The Low version of that event, Event #15-L ($50 Six Max NLHE),
  8. Monday was a light day for the PokerStars PA Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker with just four events on the schedule. 'Smoeseph' earned the single largest score after the day after beating 982 other players in Event #10-H ($50 Six Max Battle Royale SE PKO) for $3,119.53 and another $2,595.15 worth of bounties. Runner-up 'Troyj2264' had to settle for $3,118.73 and $1,294.33 in bounties. A third place finish earned 'zoeyzeth22' $1,784.84 and $1,111.85 in bounties. The Low version of that event had 1,730 entries each paying the $5 buy-in with 'shaggyshagshag' winning it for $
  9. One week after four players chopped up the largest Thursday Thrill in PokerStars PA history as part of the Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker, 'tlamb43' earned an outright victory for winning an even bigger Thrill. Beating out 365 other players, 'tlamb43' earned the PASCOOP title and $5,921.88 from the prize pool while picking up an additional $6,520.45 from bounties. 'fan_buzgon' had to settle for $5,921.58 and $2,266.51 in bounties while third place finisher 'toggamzzz' walked away with $3,805.89 and $1,066.59 in bounties. This week's Thursday Thrill had 366 entries for a
  10. Way back on the opening weekend of the PokerStars Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker, 'simonlevy98' topped a 348-entry field to win Event #6-H ($150 NLHE PKO) for a little more than $10,000. On Friday, they added another PASCOOP title to their collection and another $4,323.84 to their bankroll. 'simonlevy98' beat 536 other entries in Event #39-H ($50 Six Max Turbo Fast Friday SE) for that $4,323.84 score. 'Dionysus1888' had to settle for $3,012.32 and their third runner-up PASCOOP finish. Third place went to 'ecerille' for $2,098.90. 'M_str8_Bluff' outlasted 921 other entri
  11. It was exactly 11 years ago Sunday that Terrence Chan took down the High and Medium version of two PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker events in the same day. On Saturday, Pennsylvania online poker player 'Jo-Z Wellz77' almost became the first player to win the High and Low versions of the same Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker tournament. In Event #25-H ($50 Eight Max NLHE Turbo), 'Jo-z Wellz77' made their way through 390 other entries to win $3,250.57. Runner-up 'redhanded77' earned $2,363.65 while 'EE Deak' finished in third place for $1,718.80. At the same t
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