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  1. One of the largest prize pools in PokerStars Sunday Million history could have led to a million dollar score for one player, but the final five players apparently had other ideas. With over $2.8 million still to be awarded, the final players in the PokerStars Sunday Million 13th Anniversary event agreed to a deal that saw each of them lock up a minimum of $500,000. Once the deal was agreed to, China's 'wangli0402' went on to eliminate the other four players to claim victory and the $50,000 that was left to play for to give him a $611,944 payday. Germany's 'xbambi' earned $550,689 for his ru
  2. It's not too often that Twitch poker viewers get a chance to sweat a player on his way to a six-figure payday, but that's exactly what happened on Sunday as partypoker Team Online pro Jordan 'The Undecided' Drummond outlasted 123 other entries to win the $5,200 buy-in partypoker Big Game while streaming on Twitch. The outright victory earned Drummond a paltry $141,086.97 payday while his last victim, 'NOLIMITHOLDEM' also earned a six-figure score, taking home $100,776.37 as the runner-up. Third place finisher 'LappyRage' picked up $71,983.12. BBZ Coaching, the coaching site Drummond founded
  3. Another busy day for the 2019 World Championship of Online Poker on Wednesday had 12 players pick up titles and one former World Champion get oh-so-close to winning his first WCOOP title. Confused? Read on. The biggest winner of the day was British grinder 'KaraageChicken' after chopping up Event #22 High ($5,200 No Limit Hold'em High Roller) with two other players. KaraageChicken took home $196,251 while Russian 'Futti18' grabbed $182,414.81 for his runner-up result and Austrian 'WATnlos' banked $166,740.33 as the third place finisher. The final table also included former #1-ranked Arse

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