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  1. No matter how you look at it, Niklas ‘Lena900’ Astedt is one of the most dominant online poker players in the history of online poker. The Swedish superstar has hit the top of the Online Poker Rankings ten different times and spent a record 97 weeks in total at #1. On top of that, he was the first player to break through the $20 million career earnings barrier and is the current Online All-Time Money List leader with $21,758,331in earnings. It’s more than the numbers though, ‘Lena900’ has a reputation as the type of grinder who, despite his enormous success, would prefer to never take a
  2. [caption width="660"] Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao topped the April Monthly PLB race with 3,180.87 points (photo: Danny Maxwell)[/caption] With 3,180 PLB Points, Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao from Brazil, who hit #1 worldwide a few days ago, won the April Monthly PocketFives Leaderboard (MPLB). This is his first MPLB win and the sixth all-time for Brazil. "It's really nice," Simao said. "I'm very happy to find that my ways keep working. Now all I need is to keep balance in my life. Poker is amazing, but it's only one of the many amazing things in life." Simao started off April by taking second i
  3. [caption width="640"] Ryan Franklin added a Sunday Major title to his impressive resume (WPT photo)[/caption] Longtime online poker tournament specialist Ryan 'HITTHEPANDA' Franklin took down the PokerStars Sunday Million for a cash prize of $159,701 with fellow veteran Anatoly 'NL_Profit' Filatov of Russia finishing second for $112,069 and #400-ranked 'vip25459' placing third for $78,646. 'Alexey5758' was awarded $55,192 in fourth place while 'fatboi' of the United Kingdom walked away with $38,732 in fifth place. There was a heads-up final table chop in the Stars Sunday High Roller as
  4. [caption width="640"] Kenny 'SpaceyFCB' Hallaert has had himself an amazing year, both live and online (WSOP Photo/JoeGiron)[/caption] It was Christmas Day 2013 when ‘Sheater’ made PocketFives history by becoming the first Swedish player to sit atop the PocketFives Rankings. Since then six other Swedes have taken the #1 spot at some point while ‘Sheater’ has continued to grind away. This week ‘Sheater’ became just the third Swede to pass the $8,000,000 earnings mark, joining Johannes ’Greenstone25’ Korsar and Andreas ‘r4ndomr4gs’ Berggren. ‘Sheater’ hit the milestone thanks to three dec
  5. For the second straight week, we have a new #1 player atop the PocketFives Online Poker Rankings, which are recalculated every Wednesday. This time, it's Sweden's Sheater, who was last ranked #1 in January. This is Sheater's second stint at #1, a spot no player has held for more than four weeks since the middle of last year. Sheater moved up two spots to #1 and has a slim four-point edge over Chris moorman1Moorman, last week's #1 who now sits at #2 and just won a World Poker Tour titlein Los Angeles. Sheater finished third in the PokerStars Sunday Six-Max over the weekend for $17,000 and 22
  6. It's Wednesday, which means the PocketFives Online Poker Rankingshave been recalculated. Nico PokerKaiser Fierro (pictured) is at the top of the leaderboard once again this week. In fact, he has an 800-point lead over second place, so we wouldn't foresee him dropping from that perch anytime soon. Fierro has won 10 tournaments since June began to keep him atop the Rankings. He won a seat to the World Series of Poker Main Event on June 11 on 888 Poker, two days after taking down the PartyPoker Daily Major for $7,600. Fierro has been ranked #1 on PocketFives since May 6. Australia's Martin
  7. [caption width="640"] 'C Darwin2' picked up two big wins this week to stretch his overall lead atop the PocketFives Rankings[/caption] The problem with being the #1-ranked online poker player in the world is that the rest of the world is chasing you. A bit of a rungood from any of the contenders puts your position in peril. Unless of course, you're Swedish superstar 'C Darwin2'. Thanks to three qualifying cashes over the past week, 'C Darwin2' now sits 1,201.41 ahead over any other competitor. Things started with a bang for 'C Darwin2' this past week. He took down the PokerStars Hig
  8. [caption width="640"] Sweden's best players also happen to be amongst the world's best.[/caption] When one thinks about the current state of poker domination, you may be tempted to default to the current crop of German players who have been crushing the live high-roller tournament scene. Names like Holz, Sontheimer and Kempe come to mind when you think about who may be vying for the best of the best. But when one turns their attention to the online poker landscape, at this point in poker history, there should be no doubt - it’s all about the Swedes. In fact, the core cadre of Swedish p
  9. [caption width="628"] Sweden's 'Sheater' won his fifth PocketFives Triple Crown[/caption] For the first time in more than two years, Sweden's 'Sheater' won a PocketFives Triple Crown. And this one was a milestone, as it marked the fifth won by the longtime online poker player who is nearing $7 million in career winnings. And amazingly, two of his Triple Crown qualifying wins this time around came against the same player. In order to score a Triple Crown, a player must win three multi-table tournaments, each of which starts within the same seven-day period across any three of the network
  10. If you haven't heard of Sweden's Sheaterbefore reading this article, where have you been? Seriously. Have you been living under a rock? Or perhaps on the top of a mountain with no internet? Maybe we'll give you a pass. The Swede is the #4 player worldwide in the PocketFives Poker Rankingsand a former #1. Over the weekend, 788 players turned out for the PokerStars Sunday $109 Rebuy, creating a prize pool that passed $220,000. Not surprisingly, Sheater skyrocketed to the top of the leaderboard and earned $41,000, defeating a final table that included #2 ranked aguskb. "It feels great,"
  11. Don't look now, but there's a familiar name in the online poker world barreling towards the top of the PocketFives Rankings: Sweden's Sheater. He was up a very healthy 12 spots this week and ended up at #4 with 6,586 PLB Points, the metric used to determine the Rankings. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles, podcasts and
  12. We had two new entries into the top 10 of the PocketFives Poker Player Rankingsthis week. In fact, both came from the 20s in a very impressive showing. We'll start with Costa Rica's Nicholas rounder63 Carrillo (pictured), who moved up from #20 to #5, his highest slotting ever. He has a healthy $4.4 million in tracked scores. Carrillo won the PartyPoker$100,000 Guaranteed High Roller over the weekend for $14,000 and 327 PLB Points one day after taking down the PokerStarsBig $162 for $21,000 and 346 PLB Points. All told, he has 220 tracked wins and over 600 top-three finishes. Carrillo now si
  13. The PocketFives Milestone Report looks at the online poker players who are achieving career-best achievement or reaching new heights in the rankings. It’s been a minute since we’ve checked in on the progress of some of the PocketFives community and, in the past month or so, there have been plenty of new major milestones to celebrate. So, let’s dive in and take a look at some of the accomplishments of the online grinders who are putting in time on the felt and reaping the rewards. Major Moves At $10M+ In the upper echelons of earnings, there are plenty of players who continue to climb t
  14. It was a good week to be Austria's huiiiiiiiiii(pictured), who shot up 12 spots to #4 in the PocketFives Online Poker Rankings, his highest position ever. The top-ranked player in Austria, huiiiiiiiiii earned $11,000 after a runner-up finish in the PokerStars.fr Night on Stars on Sunday. Two days prior, he hit the jackpot in a WCOOP Challenge $215 No Limit Hold'em Rebuy, officially taking home $126,000 and 676 PLB Points after exiting in second place. The WCOOP Challenge was the largest score we've tracked for huiiiiiiiiii, more than doubling his second largest, which came in 2011 after an
  15. The PocketFives Online Poker Rankingswere recalculated on Wednesday, with Griffin Flush_Entity Benger (pictured) making a major splash. The former #1 player in our Rankings, last seen at the top in mid-2012, Benger moved up from #14 worldwide to #4 and is 700 points off the pole position. Benger has been on a roll lately, including a third place finish in the Full Tilt Poker$250,000 Guarantee over the weekend for $23,000 in cash plus 259 PLB Points. He won the PokerStars $10,000 Guarantee the same day for $5,900 and has raked in $141,000 in tracked MTTs so far in March across 91 in the mone
  16. Sweden continued its attack on the upper reaches of the PocketFives Online Poker Rankingsthis week, claiming three of the top four spots worldwide. Holding down the fort at #3 worldwide and #2 in Sweden is Sheater, who took down the Winamax Grand Tournament over the weekend, a $1,311 buy-in tournament, for a cool $45,000. "It feels great," Sheater told PocketFives in an exclusive interview following his Sunday Major victory. "Last Sunday was about to turn into a really bad day. I final table bubbled a couple of tournaments and lost some big stacks. At the same time, my internet went down an

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