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  1. It’s been over six years since Brazil’s Yuri ‘Yuri Martins’ Dzivielevski was the #1-ranked online poker player in the world and this week he took another step closer to becoming it again. After weeks of hovering inside and out of the worldwide top five for the better part of two months, the tournament superstar unseated Croatia's Ivan ‘zufo16’ Zufic to assume the #2 spot and became the next player to make a run at fellow Brazilian Brunno ‘bbotteon’ Botteon, who has now held the #1 ranking for 11 weeks in a row. For many, Dzivieleski first stepped into the poker spotlight when he was featur
  2. The penultimate day of partypoker POWERFEST action saw 13 players claim themselves a title. Dutch grinder 'Tom_Poker_NL' won the only High Roller event on the schedule, beating out 109 other players in Event #66 High Roller ($530 PKO, Fast, Mix Max) to win $12,814.74 including bounties. 'MartinMirellaSm' finished as runner-up for $9,331.03 while 'trackomat' ended up taking home $4,372.72 for a third place finish. It was also a big day for one of partypoker's newest ambassadors. Matthew Staples picked up his first POWERFEST title in Event #65 Medium ($33 Deep Turbo Eight Max) by outlastin
  3. The partypoker POWERFEST schedule continued on Tuesday with another 16 events crowning champions. The biggest winner of the day was United Kingdom-based pro 'Ignent', who picked up just over $145,000 for winning Event #13-SHR $5,200 PKO. The big score came only after outlasting 112 entries and a tough final table that included Juha Helppi, Andres 'probirs' Nemeth and former #1-ranked Chris 'GettinDaize' Oliver. Canada's 'shorezydrew' picked up nearly $75,000 for his runner-up performance. While 'Ignent' took home the biggest score of the day, one of poker's brightest young stars picked u
  4. Lot. Of. Action. Tuesday’s schedule in the partypoker POWERFEST was one of the most loaded yet, with two $10,300 Super High Rollers as well as ten other events in the High and High Roller tiers. When all was said and done, the day belonged to “mbtremendo”. He or she outlasted a 208-strong field full of the game’s best players to win Event #108 Super High Roller: $10,300 No Limit Hold’em Championship Event for a massive $424,112. The final table also included “Alien_Army”, who finished second for $307,840. He or she already won a title this POWERFEST, when they took down Event #082-HR: $2
  5. We’re now officially in the final week of partypoker POWERFEST, and the action is still going strong. Monday saw ten new champions crowned in the High and High Roller tier events, with ‘lincownz’ ending it as the day’s biggest winner. The Brazilian took down $1,050 No Limit Hold’em Six-Max Progressive Knock-out for $34,682.46, as well as $42,640 in bounties. However, it was ‘kellerassel0’ who stole the headlines, with two fantastic performances taking place simultaneously. The German player, also known as ‘cube.com', not only won a title in Event #101 High: $215 No Limit Hold’em for $21,21
  6. The sixth day of partypoker's POWERFEST brought with it another $1.5 million in prize pool guarantees spread out over a hefty schedule of 29 new tournaments. The highlight of the day was the $300,000 guaranteed in Event #37-HR ($1,050 Progressive KO, Six Max No Limit Hold'em). The lion share of the prize pool was taken home by 'DOnt_DO-iT' who was able to survive the 376 player field for a first-place payday of $36,051.54. That, combined with over $38,500 in claimed bounties, was good enough to make him the biggest POWERFEST winner of the day. The most well-known winner on the day wo
  7. Day 4 of the partypoker POWERFEST wrapped up last night, with several notable names and PocketFivers taking down tournaments in the High and High Roller buy-in levels. The biggest winner on the day was ‘llijix133’, who emerged victorious in Event #24 High Roller: $1,050 No Limit Hold’em 6-Max. ‘llijix133’ outlasted 360 runners to do a heads-up chop with eventual runner-up ‘skippyskip5’. That deal banked ‘llijix133’ $64.452.85, while ’skippyskip5’ won $60,827.16. Members of the PocketFives community to bag a POWERFEST title include Portugal’s Eduardo ‘OnTheEdgeT8s’ Cardigo. He came out on t
  8. When he's not busy running King's Casino in Rozvadov, Leon Tsoukernik likes to dabble in high roller poker tournaments both live and online and on Tuesday night, Tsoukernik picked up a partypoker POWERFEST title and a cool $207,978. Tsoukernik beat out a final table in Event #16 Super High Roller ($5,200 No Limit Hold'em) which included eventual runner-up Mikita 'helicopterben82' Badziakouski, Michael 'mczhang' Chi Zhang, and #2-ranked 'C Darwin2'. Badziakouski, who has been on a heater in the live high roller scene lately, won $150,960 for his second-place finish. The second highest sco
  9. Online poker multi-table tournaments continued to have massive numbers this Sunday as the COVID-19 lockdown continues around the world. PokerStars drew over 31,000 players to their two-day Sunday Million to beat the $3 million guarantee. The partypoker MILLION had a $1,218,366 prize pool and GGPoker beat the GG Masters guarantee for the first time since moving to a $500,000 guarantee four weeks ago. While Alex Foxen was largely focused on finishing up the Poker Masters, he still managed to pick up a massive score in a $5,200 Powerfest event. Foxen beat former #1-ranked Yuri Dzivielevski
  10. Friday gave us more partypoker POWERFEST tournaments, but it was a relatively tame day on the virtual felt. There were some big winners, though, including 'mario4ndre,' 'AegonTargaryen,' and 'Razorblade Nick.' In the $1,050 PLO8 [8-Max, PKO, Fast] tournament, it was 'mario4ndre' outlasting all competitors in the field of 50 entries. For the accomplishment, 'mario4ndre' took home a combined winner's payday of $18,747.20, which came from $6,640.95 and $12,106.25 in bounties. 'Mr Longhit' finished in second place for $6,635.91 plus $3,526.25 in bounties. 'AegonTargaryen' was victorious the
  11. More partypoker POWERFEST tournaments wrapped up on Thursday in what was another entertaining day on the virtual felt. The biggest win of the day went to 'ChimneyBarrel,' who won $88,000 for topping the field in the $5,200 PLO [6-Max] tournament. 'ChimneyBarrel' beats 'PpPlayer1357' in heads-up play. 'PpPlayer1357' won $56,307.90 for the runner-up result. A few members of team partypoker did well on Thursday, too. Hristivoje 'All_In_PAV' Pavlovic took first place in the $530 NLHE [6-Max, PKO] event to win $17,606.56 plus $17,893.76 in bounties. Ludovich 'Gr4vyBo4t' Gelich finished fifth
  12. The partypoker POWERFEST continued on Tuesday with more exciting online poker action. Plenty of big events played out on the virtual felt and several large wins were had. One of those victorious belonged to 'AndreyBolkonsky,' who won $76,427 from a first-place finish. 'AndreyBolkonsky' topped the $2,100 NLHE [8-Max, PKO] tournament to take home $23,534.06 plus $52,893.75 in bounties. He defeated 'ChimneyBarrel' in heads-up play, with 'ChimneyBarrel' winning $23,509 plus $8,006.25 in bounties. Anatoly 'NL_Profit' Filatov, a member of partypoker Team Online pro, took sixth for $6,720.43 plus
  13. Monday brought another full slate of online poker action courtesy of partypoker’s ongoing $20,000,000 guaranteed POWERFEST series. In total, 43 tournaments concluded on Monday with ‘SunTzu’ emerging as the day's biggest winner. They outlasted the 146 entries that registered for POWERFEST #17-SHR: $100K guaranteed [6-Max, PKO] to take home the $13,983.54 first-place prize. However, the real money for ‘SunTzu’ came by picking up an additional $21,566.06 in bounties, creating a total score of $35,550.14. Finishing right behind ‘SunTzu’ in this event was ‘Stolewon’ who earned $13,968.88 as the
  14. The partypoker POWERFEST continued on Tuesday and several more big prizes were won. The biggest prize of the day went to 'kristian150,' who won $22,603.47 plus $46,872.67 in bounties for topping the $2,100 NLHE [6-Max, PKO] tournament. That $69,476.14 score for 'kristian150' was the biggest single win of the day, and he defeated 'PpPlayer1357' in heads-up play. 'PpPlayer1357' took home $31,324.37 from $22,579.84 and $8,744.53 in bounties, but that wasn't the only big result of the day for 'PpPlayer1357.' In the $530 NLHE [8-Max, Deepstack] tournament, 'PpPlayer1357' placed fifth for $6,297.
  15. The Saturday partypoker POWERFEST schedule had just three events in the High Roller category with two of them coming from Pot Limit Omaha variant. 'CHIPS' was the biggest winner on the day after beating 58 other entries in Event #209-HR ($2,100 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha PKO) to earn $15,365.43 and an additional $22,837.50 from bounties. Runner-up 'CoolScreenName' took home $15,353.58 and $8,793.75 in bounties while third place went to 'PapaKolya' for $8,191.72 and $5,906.25 in bounties. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="NJ Online Poker Promos"]
  16. The big guns were out in full force on Thursday as the partypoker POWERFEST schedule included three Super High Roller events and another eight High Roller events. The single largest buy-in event on this POWERFEST schedule wrapped up on Thursday with 'Piace1992' beating 89 other entries in Event #109-SHR ($25,550 No Limit Hold'em) to win $596,250. Just 10 days ago, they won Event #19-H ($215 Mix Max NLHE Fast) where the guarantee was lower than Thursday's buy-in and first place paid $10,261.56. Runner-up 'MeisterTTT' won $416,250 while 'SuperNutz' grabbed a $292,500 score for finishing in th
  17. It was another action-packed day on the virtual felts as Day 5 of partypoker’s POWERFEST continued to deliver massive prize pools and big-time paydays. The largest payout of the day was handed out to ‘iRunStims’ who took down Event #43-SHR ($5,200 NLHE 8-Max). ‘iRunStims’ navigated the 101-entry field to capture the $123,725 first-place prize and the Super High Roller title. Settling for second place was ‘aaabbb’ who also walked away with a nice payday of $88,375. The longwinded screen name ‘kgroqigmqtbmqom’ just missed out on a POWERFEST title for the second day in a row, grabbing the bron
  18. The PocketFives Rankings have been dominated by Sweden in 2017. For the better part of the year, at least half of the top 10 has had the familiar blue and yellow flag next to it. Currently, there are five in that top group. As so many Swedish players are among the best in online poker that the world has to offer, PocketFives is taking a look at the current top 10 rankings for the nation itself. Leading the way for both Sweden and the world is 'lena900'. It did not take long for him to get October off to a strong start as he won the $150,000 guaranteed Whale on 888poker $43,750. Along wit
  19. Day 3 of partypoker POWERFEST included a number of well-known players picking up big scores, but it was a relatively unknown player who took down the biggest prize of the day. 'FrannersFeet' beat out 126 other players to win Event #25-SHR ($5,200 NLHE) to pick up $155,575. Finishing one spot behind him earned 'KETOandYOGA' $111,125 while Team partypoker pro Jason Koon came in third spot for $79,375. 'sims_or_sins...' beat 'ShipAndDate' heads-up to win Event #23-HR ($1,050 Six Max NLHE) for $61,805.01. 'ShipAndDate' had to settle for $40,765 and 'Thenut21' came in third place for $28,982.
  20. In Wednesday's partypoker POWERFEST action, Fedor 'Fedor_Holz' Holz was among those to find the winner's circle. Holz won the $1,050 NLHE [8-Max, PKO, Fast] tournament for $9,232.96 plus $18,768.75 in bounties. He defeated Ludovich 'Gr4vyBo4t' Gelich in heads-up play. Gelich, a partypoker Team Online pro, earned $9,223.05 plus $2,356.25 in bounties for that result, but it was his biggest POWERFEST score of the day and it wasn't his only time finishing runner-up on Wednesday. Gelich also took second in the $2,100 PLO [6-Max] tournament for $27,000. In that event, it was 'NoMoreBets85' finish
  21. Plenty of big names in the high-stakes MTT scene took their shots in the eight High Roller tournaments on the partypoker POWERFEST schedule on Thursday night. The biggest score of the night belonged to ‘ElCabanero’ who outlasted the elite field of 42 runners in Event #187-SHR ($5,200 Pot Limit Omaha 6-Max) for an $84,000 payday. In this Super High Roller, you only made the money if you made the final table and ‘ElCabanero’ went the distance after taking out ‘DR.Summer69’ in heads-up play. For his efforts, ‘DR.Summer69’ walked away with $53,748.45 in second place. High-stakes tournament grind
  22. 'Carnotaurus' had little reason to be disappointed that the partypoker POWERFEST schedule on Saturday included just four High Roller events. Outlasting 75 other players in the biggest buy-in event on the slate earned 'Carnotaurus' a nearly $38,000 influx to their bankroll. 'Carnotaurus' took down Event #130-HR ($2,100 Six Max PLO PKO) which came with $17,312.89 and another $20,559.09 worth of bounties. The final bounty they collected belong to runner-up 'ChinHauChu' who grabbed $17,297.64 and $7,171.59 in bounties. Third place finisher 'iMightPot' earned $10,649.38 and just $1,837.50 via bo
  23. There may less than a week left in this edition of partypoker’s POWERFEST but there are still millions of dollars in prize money up for grabs ahead of Sunday’s Main Events. On Tuesday, some of the biggest names in the online poker game were back at it, battling for their share of massive mid-week prize pools. Just days after picking up a $135K score for his third-place finish in Event #70-SHR, ‘EmpireMaker’ bested the 104-entry field of Event #91-SHR ($5,200 No Limit Hold’em 8-Max) to add another $128,625 to his POWERFEST earnings. Right behind him, ‘SpanishFly’ finished as the runner-up an
  24. Friday's POWERFEST schedule on partypoker might have felt a little lighter than previous days, but that doesn't mean that the posted guarantees were ever in danger of falling. No Super High Roller events on the schedule but five High Roller events made for over $700,000 in prize pools. This time last year, 'imakeusweat' was well on their way to winning three POWERFEST titles in a two-week span. On Friday, they were the biggest winner after beating out 195 players in Event #53-HR ($1,050 Mix Max NLHE PKO). The win came with $17,895.68 from the prize pool and a staggering $34,576.23 worth of
  25. The second sunday of parytpoker's Powerfest was a great one for 'ChimneyBarrel'. After finishing third in the Event #39 (Phased High Roller) for almost $44,000, he beat out 99 other players to win Event #38 (Super High Roller) for $122,500. 'ChimneyBarrel' beat 'SunTzu' heads-up to win the $5,200 buy-in Powerfest Super High Roller. 'SunTzu' banked $87,500 for finishing second while 'PayAndPlay' rounded out the podium finishers for $62,500. Around the same time as he was winning that event, 'ChimneyBarrel' finished third in the $2,100 buy-in partypoker Powerfest Event #39 High Roller for
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