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  1. PokerStars' 2019 World Championship of Online Poker continued on Tuesday with another batch of tournaments crowning winners. Among those to take top honors were Pedro 'PaDiLhA SP' Padilha, Leonardo 'LeoMattosAK' Mattos, Fabiano 'Kovalski1' Kovalski, and Rui 'RuiNF' Ferreira. Padilha scored first place in Event #17 (High): $1,050 NLHE Progressive KO, after he topped a field of 1,296 entries to win what amounted to $192,548 when you include prize money ($101,188.34) and knockout winnings ($91,359.81). In the medium-stakes version of this event, 'Krafty_It' took the title for $59,063.28 in pri
  2. With one week to go in the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker, or WCOOP, three PocketFives members lead the WCOOP Leaderboard. At stake for the winner of the series-long leaderboard is a Champion's Trophy, $20,000 in cash, and a 2016 TCOOP Main Event ticket. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and
  3. It's Wednesday, which means the PocketFives Online Poker Rankingshave been recalculated. One of the notable moves of the week went to Portugal's Rui RuiNF Ferreira (pictured), who moved up from #24 to #8 worldwide, his highest position ever. Ferreira has five wins in the last week: PokerStars.fr FCOOP Minuit Express Special for $4,000 Winamax XPERT for $5,400 Full Tilt Turbo Multi-Hundo for $16,000 PokerStars Big $162 for $20,000 PokerStars $109 Quad for $4,400 He is just a few thousand dollars away from passing $4 million in online tournament winnings and has been a member of Pocket
  4. It's Wednesday, which means the PocketFives Online Poker Rankingswere recalculated. Last week's #1 player, Griffin Flush_Entity Benger, retained the top spot for the second week in a row with 7,812 PLB Points, but several PocketFivers are nipping at his heels. Benger is from Toronto and ascended to the top spot for the first time in two years. The new eighth-ranked player on PocketFives is p0cket00(pictured), a former #1 who last reached the apex of the Rankings in 2011. The Canadian has over $7.5 million in tracked scores, the second largest total of anyone on PocketFives, and is fresh off
  5. Rui RuiNFFerreira (pictured) has been making waves during the ongoing PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker. For his latest trick, the Czech Republic poker player won a $215 No Limit Hold'em Big Antes event with an optional reentry for $59,000. But that was only part of a highly successful run so far that has resulted in Ferreira sitting atop the WCOOP Leaderboard after 20 events. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to
  6. It seems that Ukrainian players have decided to make the 2018 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker their own little playground. While Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky has picked up two wins and a High Roller runner-up finish to challenge 'C Darwin2' for the #1 spot in the world, another Ukrainian was busy taking down the first six-figure score of his career. Andriy 'Andre_Hansen' Lyubovetskiy beat out 3,190 other players to win Event #31-High ($530 No Limit Hold'em Sunday Million Special Edition) for $229,784.45. Canada's 'AZNInFiLtRaT' finished runner-up for $162,480.93. 'trickyone14'
  7. The high-stakes version of Event #8 of the ongoing PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker was a $700 No Limit Hold'em Heads-Up contest that brought out 765 players. In the end, it was only fitting that two PocketFivers chopped heads-up. In the biggest pot of the heads-up match, lukethafluke(pictured) called a bet from fellow PocketFiver RuiNF on a board showing 8-3-7-5-10 with three hearts. RuiNF showed Q-J of hearts for a flush and lukethafluke folded, giving the former an edge in chips. Thirty minutes later, lukethafluke was all-in with Q-J against RuiNF's J-10 of diamonds. The
  8. PokerStars player 'BigBlindBets' is the new World Championship of Online Poker Main Event champion. BigBlindBets topped the field of 2,236 entries in the $5,200 buy-in tournament to win $1.665 million in prize money. Known as a high-stakes cash game player online, BigBlindBets defeated Danilo 'dans170'' Demetrio in heads-up play to take the title. Demetrio earned quite the sum of money himself, though, taking home $1.187 million for the runner-up performance. On the final hand, Demetrio, who was at about a 7-to-1 chip disadvantage, had limped in with the [poker card="Ad"][poker card="Kd"].
  9. The 2019 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker continued on Thursday, with another pile of tournaments coming to a conclusion and plenty of winners being crowned. Among those grabbing SCOOP titles with Thursday's action were Mike 'goleafsgoeh' Leah, Rui 'RuiNF' Ferreira, and Laszlo 'omaha4rollz' Bujtas. For Ferreira, it was his second title in two days. Ferreira was the biggest winner of the day, as he took home $224,007.51 in prize money for winning Event #45 (High): $5,200 Eight Max No Limit Hold'em High Roller. Ferreira topped a field of 245 entries to score the title. If you re

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