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  1. It was a productive Monday at the high-stakes online poker tables for Russia's Timofey TruetellerKuznetsov (pictured), who bagged $302,000 in profit according to the tracking site HighStakesDB. He played against some of the game's top minds in the process and managed to erase $190,000 in losses over the previous five days. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles, podcasts and a dedicated strategy forum for members. Check Tournament Poker Edge out on Twitter. --- HighStakesDB narrated, "Trueteller made six-figure scores at both the PLO and 2-7 Triple Draw tables and was the biggest winner at both disciplines [on Monday], with the majority of his profit coming from a $192k haul at the PLO tables." He won $106,000 at a $100/$200 PLO table stacked with opponents like Phil RaiseOnceIvey, Jens Jeans89Kyllonen, Sean WithColorRafael, and Sami LrsLzkKelopuro. Over at the $1,000/$2,000 2-7 Triple Draw games, his competition included Jason treysfull21Mercier, Jean-Robert Bellande, Ivey, and Alexander joisoKostritsyn, the latter of whom also made the final table of the WCOOP Main Event. HighStakesDB began tracking Kuznetsov in 2011. He has opted out of long-term tracking, so his long-term results are not available. What we do know is that over the last week, he is up $111,000 at the high-stakes online poker tables. HighStakesDB added that since 2011, it has tracked "a total of 323,009 poker hands… from Holdem NL Omaha PL games." Monday's $302,000 swing included 2,300 hands played, an average of $131 profit per hand. According to the Hendon Mob, Kuznetsov has exactly one live tournament cash to his name, but it's a big one. He finished fourth in the $500,000 Super High Roller Bowl in July in Las Vegas for a commanding $2.1 million. That cash alone was enough to vault him to #15 on the all-time money list for Russia. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  2. According to cash game tracking site HighStakesDB, Phil Ivey (pictured), playing under the screen name RaiseOnce, just endured a 30-hour session on PokerStars, competing against Russian poker pro Timofey "Trueteller" Kuznetsov. The two locked horns at the $400/$800 Mixed Game table Reseda II starting at 05:39 server time on November 9 and didn't call it quits until 11:13 on Tuesday, November 10. Based on the records kept by HighStakesDB, it appears that the two played 4,698 hands against each other during that span. The final numbers aren't quite equal, but either way, Kuznetsov came out on top. HighStakesDB has him winning $62,687 at Reseda II from 05:39 on Monday to 11:13 on Tuesday, while it has Ivey losing $80,799. It was a tale of two calendar days for the players, as Ivey was down $189,895 on Monday, but up $109,096 on Tuesday. The ledger was flipped for Kuznetsov, as he won $173,888 at Reseda II on Monday, but lost $111,201 on Tuesday. He had been up by as much as about $320,000 fourteen hours into the marathon session against the ten-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner. The highlight of the match, which allowed Ivey to make up a huge chunk of what he had lost, came at 06:41 server time Tuesday. The game was $100/$200 No Limit Hold'em and Ivey was on the button. As it was a heads-up game, he also posted the $100 small blind. Ivey raised to $600 pre-flop and Kuznetsov(pictured) called. On the flop of 2d-7h-7s, Kuznetsov checked, Ivey bet $600 into the $1,200 pot, and Kuznetsov came back with a check-raise to $2,198. Ivey made the call and the two watched the Td peel off on the turn. It was the same action as the previous street, with Kuznetsov checking, Ivey betting $3,800 this time, and Kuznetsov check-raising to $17,000. Ivey called. When the 9c came on the river, Kuznetsov stopped messing around and led out for $26,396, prompting Ivey to move all-in for his remaining $111,441. Kuznetsov was likely quite happy to make the call, as he showed 7d-Ts for the boat, but Ivey revealed pocket tens for the bigger full house and took down the $262,480 pot. Kuznetsov has restricted HighStakesDB from showing his results beyond the past seven days, but we can tell you that Phil Ivey has not had a good 2015. According to HighStakesDB's records, Ivey is down just over $2 million in online cash games this calendar year. He was relatively breakeven through May, but took a sharp drop in June, losing nearly $1 million. He then played fairly even through August before having wild swings this fall. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  3. [caption width="640"] Two players took home six-figure scores in the PokerStars Sunday Million this week[/caption] With the World Series of Poker now in the rearview mirror, a number of top players have returned home to the online grind. Two players chopped the PokerStars Sunday Million after getting heads-up. 'eightndeuce' and 'chess87' walked away with $162,387 and $159,000 respectively for their Sunday performance. 'tomakgchm' won $97,168 for finishing third. Andrei 'ragaaaila19' Boghean of Romania, ranked #122 worldwide, came out on top in the Sunday Warm-Up and cashed for $52,192 with 'prebz' taking $39,144 for finishing second. Timofey 'Trueteller' Kuznetsov won the PokerStars Sunday Grand outright for $58,631 as 'Fear1sWisdom' received $43,935 for runner-up. 'RuckusTheJam' negotiated a $30,268 payday in the 6-max Sunday Supersonic. Meanwhile 'atuvshina' of Mongolia outlasted nearly 27,000 opponents to take down the Sunday Storm for $19,136. The $2,600 buy-in partypoker Super High Roller event was chopped by 'BuyThaPot' and 'luckytedbear' who each took home over $36,000. The $530 buy-in High Roller tournament on party was won by 'SentimenTODO23' who collected $32,175 for the victory. The $600 buy-in WHALE tournament at 888poker was taken down by 'birdgamecray' for a score of $30,503. It was 'kaggis' who earned $24,368 for this top spot in the 888 Mega Deep. PokerStars Sunday Million ($200+15 NLHE) 6,073 entrants - $1,214,600 paid out to 900 spots eightndeuce - $162,386.67 chess87 - $159,000.00 *2-way deal tomakgchm - $97,168.00 kosilkO - $66,803.00 amitshur2984 - $51,013.20 LeNaber - $38,867.20 OMGitshunt - $26,721.20 61Chris61 - $14,575.20 4QuietSTorm4 - $9,413.15 PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up ($200+15 NLHE) *$275k Guaranteed 1,631 entrants - $326,200 paid out to 234 spots ragAAAila19 - $52,192.00 prebz - $39,144.00 skitzo333 - $29,358.00 lacabanhita - $21,447.65 youknowiknow - $15,494.50 elmelogno4 - $12,069.40 (elHongo) Sparks420 - $8,807.40 JEKAAA7 - $5,708.50 (Joyero) Dulli87 - $3,262.00 PokerStars Sunday Grand ($1,000+50 NLHE) *$200K Guaranteed 303 entrants - $303,000 paid out to 45 spots Trueteller - $58,630.50 Fear1sWisdom - $43,935.00 munchenHB - $33,330.00 (telks) roo_400 - $24,997.50 tua133 - $17,271.00 MITS 304 - $13,332.00 imluckbox - $10,302.00 bartek901 - $7,272.00 probirs - $5,302.50 PokerStars Sunday Supersonic ($215 NLHE 6-Max Hyper) *$160K Guaranteed 959 entrants - $196,365 paid out to 144 spots RuckusTheJam - $30,268.18 eddymaksoud - $27,151.21 *2-way deal dappadan777 - $18,654.65 EpicEpicEpic - $12,763.71 chry1982 - $8,424.05 UUNAA - $5,890.94 PokerStars Sunday Storm ($10+$1 NLHE) 26,897 entrants - $268,970 paid out to 4,500 spots atuvshina - $19,135.60 7Pachino7 - $12,426.45 JoeyGibbo99 - $15,893.00 raffa130 - $17,396.34 *4-way deal AbcMeetXyz - $6,589.76 ExoticaNut - $4,034.55 Missed Eel - $2,824.18 Gruaiggorm - $1,882.79 brauni1x - $1,331.40 partypoker Super High Roller ($2,600 NLHE) *$100k Guaranteed 48 entrants - $120,000 paid out to 6 spots BuyThaPot - $37,760 luckytedbear - $36,640 *2-way deal probirs - $18,000 PitschiPopo78 - $12,000 D0nKanaille_ - $9,000 InthisCity - $6,600 partypoker High Roller ($530 NLHE) *$150K Guaranteed 330 entrants - $165,000 paid out to 45 spots SentimenTODO23 - $32,175 hunt1986 - $24,338 suk12cz - $18,150 Free J Wannabe - $13,860 GreenAsFelt - $9,488 (GreenAsFelt) K6oUTG - $7,425 HeavenlyFather - $5,775 Esaaaaa - $4,125 D0nk4r1dd1 - $2,888 iPoker Sunday Masters (€150 NLHE) 112 entrants - $17,265 paid out to 18 spots maxnollik - $3,971.02 (normannolly) ttr112955 - $2,762.45 KuraRyaba - $2,097.73 Gokkie1950 - $1,553.88 Equinsuocha - $1,035.92 AugeFL - $863.26 FORGYLDTABE - $690.61 (HESSEL111595) AdgaMadga - $517.96 TritiTRI - $431.63 (Xading) 888poker WHALE ($600 NLHE) *$100k Guaranteed 264 entrants - $149,160 paid out to 36 spots birdgamecray - $30,503 trujustrus - $22,374 tinchoarce - $16,855 Wilmy_x - $12,679 AhCacao - $8,651 s_dot111 - $6,712 svenskeren14 - $5,221 narizinhodzi - $3,729 (LeoAlcantara) fishbones11 - $2,834 888 Poker Mega Deep ($215 NLHE) *$100k Guaranteed 645 entrants - $129,000 paid out to 81 spots kaggis - $24,368 WadoIchimonj - $17,673 nsmirnov - $13,029 imyurfriend - $9,804 FaTdIsAsTrrr - $6,889 uarebad_lol - $5,483 igotprice - $4,193 VisorX - $2,903 prebzzz - $1,935
  4. [caption width="640"] Timofey 'Trueteller' Kuznetsov won 8K in September playing the nosebleed stakes online.[/caption] It only took 23 sessions for Russian high-stakes online phenom Timofey ‘Trueteller’ Kuznetsov to capture the top spot for online cash game profitability in the month of September, according to the data tracked by HighStakesDB. With a concentration on the PokerStars’ Eight Game Mix tables, Kuznetsov tallied a massive $378,797 in profit over the course of 3,242 hands for the month. This result puts Kuznetsov just shy of $1.5 million in earnings so far this year, making him the most profitable online cash game player to date in 2017. Not far behind Kuznetsov in September, claiming the #2 spot, was ‘RaulGonzalez’ who finished the month on a massive upswing, ending up profitable to the tune of $359,125. His big September spike occurred right at the end of the month when he took home roughly $276,500 in a 24-hour period, much of which was won in battles with online legend Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom at the $200/$400 Pot Limit Omaha tables. Surely the uptick helped, as the online grinder had spent the majority of the summer on a downward trend with most of June and July deep in the red. Sweden’s ’WRUUUUM’ also carved out a profitable month with over $211,000 in earnings to take third place on the leaderboard. The majority of his action occurred at the high-stakes PLO tables and thanks to a four-day heater in the middle of the month, where he hauled in roughly $177,000 'WRUUUUM' was able to turn around a recent downswing to find himself, once again, profitable in 2017. After a fast start to the month where he was up roughly $30,000, UK’s Gavin ‘gavz101’ Cochrane was basically treading water, slowly descending on a course to zero profitability. Things then heated up for the Pot Limit Omaha specialist as Cochrane spiked roughly $115,000 over a two-day period. At the end of the month, he again glided upwards to finish the month with a healthy profit of over $165,000, good for fourth on the high-stakes cash game leaderboard for September. After freefalling on a $130,000 downswing earlier in the month, putting him $80,000 in the hole, well-known high stakes crusherLinus ‘LLinusLLove’ Loeliger turned things around to post an impressive profit of $147,788 for September. Loeliger put in nearly double the volume of any other player in the top five, getting over 16,600 hands in over 291 sessions, mostly at the No Limit Hold'em tables. Loeliger, one of the most active high-stakes regulars, is up nearly $450,000 on the year, currently sitting as the seventh biggest winner of 2017. Nine of the top ten profiteers in September managed a six-figure win, including Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom (9th), who managed to bank over $120,000. HighstakesDB Cash Game Results for September RANKPLAYERSESSIONSHANDSPROFIT 1Trueteller233242$378,797 2RaulGonzalez302958$359,125 3WRUUUUM1478464$211,840 4gavz1011868713$165,249 5LLinusLove29116610$147,788 6Cobus831098271$138,248 7NLZWERVERNL1255514$132,959 8ActionFreak21113981$130,794 9Isildur1496033$120,683 10fjutekk40323176$98,772
  5. The online world is harder than ever to beat and those who play for a living on the virtual streets earn every dime of their annual haul. The games have shrunk in stakes but there is still more than enough money to go around the ecosystem. According to Highstakesdb.com, two players won over $1 million playing online cash games in 2017. Leading the best of the best if ‘BERRI SWEET.’ In 869 logged sessions, ‘BERRI SWEET’ notched $1,769,395 in cash game winnings. Over 55,120 hands, ‘BERRI SWEET’ won an average of $32 per hand and over $2,000 per session in the swingy world of Pot Limit Omaha. On July 26, ‘BERRI SWEET’ won the biggest pot of the year in $200/$400 PLO against Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom. That pot was worth $213,261 and accompanied the third-largest pot of the year which was also won by ‘BERRI SWEET’ versus Blom. Finishing in second place for 2017 and the only other player over $1 million is Timofey ‘Trueteller’ Kuznetsov. The beautiful upswing on Kuznetsov’s graph is something to behold. Kuznetsov raked in $1,454,838 in 701 sessions and 59,505 hands. Following in the footsteps of ‘BERRI SWEET,’ Kuznetsov won the second largest pot of the year with Blom as his opponent. One of the worst beats in poker took place for Kuznetsov to drag in the $200,514 monster as Blom flopped a full house but got outdrawn on the river. All the money went in then and Kuznetsov took in the spoils. The third spot on the list belongs to Carlo van ‘Ravenswood13’ Ravenswoud. The Dutch player collected $814,543 at the online cash tables this year. The preferred game for Ravenswoud is Pot Limit Omaha and Ravenswoud also won a PLO SCOOP title in May for $61,080 more. Ravenswoud peaked over $1 million in October but hit a minor downswing late to finish under the seven-figure mark. ‘ActionFreak’ was a career high stakes loser when the year started but reversed that trend and pocketed $790,920, primarily playing PLO. It took over 75,000 hands for ‘ActionFreak’ to reach this total and they finished the year on an upward trend. The player who put in the most volume among the top-10 is Linus ‘LLinusLove’ Loeliger. Of those in the elite group of online players, Loeliger is the only one who put in over 2,000 sessions. Loeliger played 104,092 hands in that time and won $650,965. In all of his perpetually swinging glory, Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom stumbles in a #5. Blom played in the five biggest pots of the year, losing four of them, but still managed to hang on to $645,327. 'Isildur1' played all the games with PLO, No Limit Hold’em, 2-7 Triple Draw, and 8-Game all on his resume for this year. Blom lapped the field in terms of hands played with 198,340 in 1,338 sessions. Jordi ‘prot0’ Urlings found himself up $624,265 with less than 50,000 hands players. Another Dutch member of online’s best started the year down almost $100,000 but crawled out of that hole by mid-February and never looked back from there. December’s #1 is ranked eighth here. ‘RaúlGonzalez’ wraps up a season that saw quite a few swings. By June, ‘RaúlGonzalez’ was an $800,000 loser and went on a crusade from that point forward of over $1 million to finish 2017 up $574,768. ‘Mongano’ played the fewest sessions and hands of the top-10. It took only 195 log-ins and 13,232 hands for ‘Mongano’ to reach $438,932. ‘Mongano’ put in most of their volume on the 8-Game and Triple Draw tables. Heads up specialist ‘donthnrmepls’ takes their place at #10. Similar to ‘Mongano,’ ‘donthnrmepls’ played a lower number of sessions to finish with 210 played. In total, ‘donthnrmepls’ has $389,426 to build on for 2018. HighstakesDB Cash Game Results for 2017 RANK PLAYER SESSIONS HANDS PROFIT 1 BERRI SWEET 869 55,120 $1,769,395 2 Trueteller 701 59,505 $1,454,838 3 Ravenswood13 715 57,502 $814,543 4 ActionFreak 1,255 75,218 $790,920 5 LLinusLLove 2,201 104,092 $650,962 6 Isildur1 1,338 198,340 $645,327 7 prot0 1,036 48,062 $624,265 8 RaúlGonzalez 572 96,439 $574,768 9 Mongano 195 13,232 $438,392 10 donthnrmepls 210 14,212 $389,426
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