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  1. The biggest day of the week in the world of online poker came around quickly once again, with Patrick Leonard, Parker Talbot, Tomi Brouk, and world ranked #1 'Lena900' all picking up Sunday victories. The largest prizes up for grabs came as expected in the PokerStars $215 Sunday Million as 5,657 entrants created a $1,131,400 prize pool. Ireland's Aidan 'yaboybush' Hynes departed in fourth place for $52,808 and banked by far his biggest online cash to date. Hynes' departure paved the way for the final three to agree to a money-deal, which secured each player a six-figure score. Brazil's 'fred_volpe' was the first player to fall post-deal and took away $101,342 in third place, which left only Irishman James 'deyrzuited' Noonan and 'MrFure' in contention for the title. Noonan, who is a former Ireland #1 ranked player, was ultimately the one to miss out on the glory and departed as runner-up with his $100,227 share of the prize pool. 'MrFure' was crowned the Sunday Million winner and walked away with $133,713. Patrick 'pads1161' Leonard came through an 87 player field to take the win in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller. 'Lena900', Ricardo 'riversouza' Souza, Timothy Adams, and 'sk2ll_m0dR' all came and went on the final table before Russia's 'Futti18' exited in third place for $24,580. Leonard then got the better of Bulgaria's 'cskar4e1' and claimed the $41,580 first-place prize, with the latter having to settle for $31,969 as runner-up. It was a good day for BITB staking, after Tomi 'elmerixx' Brouk followed in the footsteps of his business partner Leonard by taking down the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder PKO High Roller. 'huiiiiiiiii' departed from the 1,018 player field with the bronze medal for $22,531.64 + $7,898.44 in bounty prizes which left a final battle between 'elmerixx' and 'C.Darwin2'. But the well-known Swedish player was unable to get the better of the Finn 'elmerixx' and 14 hours after the tournament began the latter picked up the win for $41,936.73 + $37,028.20, with 'C.Darwin2' banking $30,739.06 + $8,019.53 in second. 'viskuzi' claimed the PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up title following a heads-up deal with 'JopperHarryN'. 1,048 entrants took part in the tournament and created a $209,600 prize pool. 'RaiseYourEdge' head coach 'bencb789' took third place for $17,581 before the final two agreed to a money-deal and played out for the win. 'JopperHarryN' fell at the final hurdle and banked $27,021, as 'viskuzi' took the win for $31,440. Sweden's current world ranked #1 'Drulitooo' aka 'Lena900' saw off 59 other entrants to win the partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller for $41,480. Eight places were paid from the 60 player field, and after 'nipa3p3' was sent to the virtual rail in third place for $21,750, the final two agreed to a deal. 'j2805667' ultimately took away $40,269 for their share of the remaining prize pool as runner-up, and the Swede extended his lead at the top of the online rankings after another gold medal performance. 'PotatoLottery' won over $67,000 after coming out on top in the partypoker $1,050 KO Series #04-HR tournament. As part of the 'Knock-Out' series currently running on the site, this tournament saw 247 entrants compete for a share of the $300,000 prize pool. 'rafaelmoraesgm' exited in third place for $18,905.56 + $1,503.12 in bounties before 'PotatoLottery' was able to defeat 'Pider Ninni' heads-up, with the latter banking $26,591.80 + $8,600.31 and the silver medal. Over on 888poker, it was a great evening for popular twitch streamer Parker '888tonkaaaa' Talbot who won the $215 Sunday Mega Deep after a heads-up deal with 'sikosomatik'. The Canadian 888poker ambassador concluded the deal after 'bossamtisch1' had departed in third place for $10,879, and the final two played out for the all-important top spot. Talbot came out the other side victorious to bank $17,390, with 'sikosomatik' taking away $16,511.81. Talbot then tweeted his excitement to his almost 23,000 followers and stated he would be back streaming his online grind on Tuesday, after a well deserved day's rest on Monday. https://twitter.com/tonkaaaap/status/1064387821736206336 Below are this week’s Sunday final table results: PokerStars Sunday Million ($200 + $15 NLHE) $1M Guaranteed 5,657 entrants, $1,131,400 prize pool MrFure - $133,713.75* deyrzuited - $100,227.82* fred_volpe - $101,342.80* yaboybush - $52,808.54 edu22.sp - $37,059.45 EPNR - $26,007.15 aecrim93 - $18,251.06 Chapo16 - $12,808.12 mahairong - $8,988.40 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $150k Gtd 87 entrants, $174,000 prize pool pads1161 - $41,580.18 cskar4e1 - $31,969.64 Futti18 - $24,580.45 sk2ll_m0dR - $18,899.13 Tim0thee - $14,530.94 riversouza - $11,172.38 Anjeyyy - $8,590.08 Lena900 - $6,604.65 EstoyPiantao - $5,818.99 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder PKO High Roller, $300k Gtd 1,018 entrants, $509,000 prize pool elmerixx - $41,936.73 + $37,028.20 C.Darwin2 - $30,739.06 + $8,019.53 huiiiiiiiii - $22,531.64 + $7,898.44 ezynow99 - $16,515.62 + $9,036.12 Proudflop - $12,105.90 + $1,234.38 DotComRicher - $8,873.60 + $3,617.19 pipazzio - $6,504.33 + $4,298.83 OMGuGotLeaks - $4,767.65 + $3,023.44 INormaJean - $3,494.66 + $2,390.62 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $175k Gtd 1,048 entrants, $209,600 prize pool viskuzi - $31,440.73* JopperHarryN - $27,021.83* bencb789 - $17,581.60 BrightStripe - $12,641.33 bigfox86 - $9,089.22 hashov888 - $6,535.24 tateren - $4,698.89 que_te_crio - $3,378.56 Manni1822 - $2,429.22 partypoker $109 Sunday Main Event $150k Gtd 790 entrants, $158,000 prize pool Maddonaa - $28,203 Fulgencio1962 - $20,066 good player - $13,477.40 Zluka2010 - $9,132.40 broooooooooooo - $6,446.40 seotaiji86 - $4,645.20 Danger4sure - $3,318 sgentopimienta - $2,306.80 partypoker $1,050 KO Series #04-HR $300k 247 entrants, $300,000 prize pool PotatoLottery - $40,316.66 + $27,088.77 Pider Ninni - $26,591.80 + $8,600.31 rafaelmoraesgm - $18,905.56 + $1,503.12 FkTheseGuysBro - $13,810.58 + $1,820 skitzo793 - $10,293.60 + $3,753.75 MOTHERSMATTERS - $6,862.40 + $5,155.31 mwhldwn - $4,717.90 + $3,176.87 toadstoadstoads - $4,717.90 + $3,445 mcgag - $4,717.90 + $3,046.87 partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller $100k Gtd 60 entrants, $150,000 prize pool Drulitooo - $41,480.07* j2805667 - $40,269.94* nipa3p3 - $21,750 Phil_Zajmo - $13,500 lincownz - $10,500 MOTHERSMATTERS - $8,250 FMylife - $7,125 MisterN411 - $7,125 partypoker $1,050 Sunday Main Event HR $150k Gtd 163 entrants, $163,000 prize pool Valterego1 - $36,071.90 whresmymind - $25,917 GiGioDoNNa99 - $18,908 mwhldwn - $13,529 sk2ll_modR - $9,454 Dextered - $7,335 reallygamble - $5,705 Drulitooo - $4,482.50 888poker $215 Sunday Mega Deep 304 entrants – $100,000 prize pool 888tonkaaaa - $17,390.19* sikosomatik - $16,511.81* bossamtisch1 - $10,879 buitre180 - $7,853 888topPair - $5,313 checcmate - $3,795 CoinShipper - $2,783 IbetUFold - $2,277
  2. The 2019 Aussie Millions recently wrapped up, and it was another record-setting festival of events Down Under. In the heat of the Australian summer, while tennis fans from around the world enjoyed another edition of the famed Aussie Open, the Aussie Millions was packing the house at Crown Casino in beautiful Melbourne. The Aussie Millions Main Event generated its largest turnout ever with 822 entries, besting last year’s record attendance of 800 entries. Bryn Kenney captured the Aussie Millions Main Event title and A$1.272 million ($914,617) after a three-way deal, Cary Katz won the $100,000 Challenge for A$1.481 million ($1.074 million), and plenty of other big scores were had. Here's a look at the biggest winners from the 2019 Aussie Millions. Top 25 2019 Aussie Millions Money List 1. Toby Lewis - A$1,607,654 ($1,149,064) 2. Cary Katz - A$1,481,760 ($1,074,908) 3. Rainer Kempe - A$1,284,225 ($919,258) 4. Michael Del Vecchio - A$1,275,852 ($916,936) 5. Bryn Kenney - A$1,272,598 ($914,617) 6. Andrew Hinrichsen - A$1,102,408 ($792,305) 7. Manig Loeser - A$772,246 ($555,014) 8. Abraham Passet - A$617,400 ($447,878) 9. Jack Salter - A$541,660 ($390,523) 10. Anton Morgenstern - A$530,640 ($384,767) 11. Clinton Taylor - A$483,000 ($347,132) 12. Guillaume Nolet - A$451,069 ($322,640) 13. Tobias Ziegler - A$431,270 ($311,395) 14. David ‘Chino’ Rheem - A$416,760 ($296,137) 15. Thomas Mühlöcker - A$412,300 ($296,320) 16. Matthew Wakeman - A$380,300 ($273,322) 17. Farid Jattin - A$373,880 ($270,869) 18. Dominik Nitsche - A$350,385 ($251,999) 19. Gyeong Byeong Lee - A$311,985 ($224,207) 20. Kristen Bicknell - A$294,530 ($213,599) 21. Jason Pritchard - A$291,885 ($210,084) 22. Hamish Crawshaw - A$253,334 ($182,037) 23. Vincent Huang - A$251,865 ($180,431) 24. Gautam Dhingra - A$247,039 ($175,716) 25. Bjorn Li - A$235,600 ($169,326) Toby Lewis tops the list of winners, earning A$1.607 million ($1.149 million) thanks to four cashes in the series. Two of those four in-the-money finishes were for mega bucks, as Lewis placed second in the $25,000 Challenge for A$781,214 ($555,107) and first in the $50,000 Challenge for A$818,054 ($587,936). Lewis' performances moved him to more than $6.3 million in live tournament earnings and jumped him to sixth place on England's all-time money list, as ranked by The Hendon Mob. Katz, who was already mentioned as the winner of the Aussie Millions $100,000 Challenge, was the second-biggest money earner from the 2019 edition of the event. Katz only cashed once, but he won the A$100,000 buy-in event for A$1.481 million ($1.074 million). It was the fifth-largest score of Katz’s poker career, as he moved to more than $18.4 million in live tournament earnings and up to 25th on poker’s all-time money list, also according to The Hendon Mob. Ranking third was Rainer Kempe, who earned a combined A$1.284 million ($919,258) thanks to two big results. Kempe won the $25,000 Challenge that Lewis came second in and took home A$831,465 ($590,814). He also placed fourth in the $100,000 Challenge that Katz won for A$452,760 ($328,444). Kempe's success carried over from the 2019 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, where he won more than $1.2 million from three cashes and was the ninth-biggest winner to come out of that series. Just from the PCA and Aussie Millions, Kempe has won more than $2.1 million in prize money in 2019. You’ll notice that Mike Del Vecchio notched Kenney by a couple thousand dollars on the list. The two were involved in a three-way deal at the end of the Aussie Millions Main Event and took home just about the same amount of money. Del Vecchio had another cash at the Aussie Millions that allowed him to finish higher than Kenney on this list. In ninth place with A$541,660 ($390,523) won at the 2019 Aussie Millions was Jack Salter, and he’s the player who cashed the most times within the top 25. Salter cashed five times during the festival, but that wasn’t the most times a player finished in the money at the 2019 Aussie Millions. Justin Liberto and Travis Endersby each cashed six times and were the ones to cash the most times. Liberto earned a combined A$181,609 ($131,133) and Endersby scored a total of A$105,488 ($75,571). If you read our 'Biggest Winners from the 2019 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure' article, then you’ll notice there are a few more repeat names on the two lists, in addition to Kempe. Those players are David 'Chino' Rheem, Farid Jattin, and Dominik Nitsche. Rheem, who won the 2019 PCA Main Event for $1.567 million, finished third in the Aussie Millions $25,000 Challenge to win A$416,760 ($296,137). He was the 14th-biggest money earner from this year’s Aussie Millions as a result of that. Jattin notably finished seventh in the PokerStars Players NL Hold'em Championship for $746,000 in the Bahamas. In Melbourne, Jattin finished 31st in the Aussie Millions Main Event and then took second in the A$25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha tournament, winning a combined A$373,880 ($270,869). Nitsche won $606,240 at the 2019 PCA festival and then won another A$350,385 ($251,999) at the 2019 Aussie Millions festival, placing 23rd and 18th on each series' earnings leaderboard. Down Under, Nitsche took fourth in the $50,000 Challenge for A$323,950 ($232,823) and sixth in the A$5,000 Six-Max NL for A$26,435 ($19,176).
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