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A cool and calm Friday for the GGPoker Spring Festival saw three high roller events play out to a finish with each winner claiming their maiden GGSF title. Across the three tournaments, $380,000 in prizes was up for grabs with Tomas Jozonis taking home the biggest pay out of the day. Jozonis, a former aspiring beach volleyball star, picked up his first title of the GGPoker Spring Festival. The Lithuanian grinder is no stranger to the high stakes scene with over $3 million in online cashes and just shy of a million in live earnings. The former #1-ranked Lithuanian player bested 114 other en
The European Poker Tour's return to Monte Carlo certainly didn't disappoint and as the Main Event final table wrapped up on Friday, there were two former GPI #1-ranked players and Hungarian Cinderella that had almost everybody cheering for him. In the end though it was France's Nicolas Dumont who outlasted them all to win his first major title, over €700,000 and a Platinum Pass worth $30,000. Ole Schemion was once in full control of this tournament, but late Thursday things went awry for the German and he started the final table eighth in chips. He lasted exactly one hand on Friday. David P
[caption width="640"] Tomas 'dartazzzz' Jozonis is the top-ranked Lithuanian online poker player and budding beach volleyball star[/caption] Do you remember the beach volleyball scene in Top Gun? That completely needless scene to the tune of Kenny Loggins' "Hanging with the Boys"? For a few athletes, volleyball is more than just a beach day diversion. Tomas 'dartazzzz' Jozonis is a 25-year-old pro poker player from Lithuania. He has a Bachelor's degree in International Business and Communication and after getting a job out of school didn't pan out, Jozonis found poker. When he's no
World Series of Poker history was made this week when Orhan Ates topped the 3,170-entry field of WSOP Event #60 ($525 Bounty No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed) to take home his first gold bracelet, one that doubles as the first-ever gold bracelet won by a player from Turkey. Ates also walked away with a first-place prize of $114,584 and another $65,593 in bounties for a grand total of $180,177. It marks the second-highest score of his career right behind a $185,000 haul he won in Kyrenia back in 2018. Prior to being able to play in WSOP events on GGPoker, Ates only had two recorded WSOP-related