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  1. Geovanne 'Grande_Prego' Pereira took down the PokerStars Sunday Million for $145,753 after defeating 'AndyKidPoker' in the final showdown. A total of 5,835 entrants took part and meant that the prize pool once again exceeded its guarantee and was set at $1,167,000. A familiar name in the world of online poker 'anteen' took the bronze medal worth $77,595, before the final two players agreed to a money-deal. The action then recommenced and saw 'Grande_Prego' take the title nearly 14 hours after the tournament had begun. 'AndyKidPoker' added a massive $122,386 to their bankroll, just over three years since a 13th place finish in the Million for $4,661 saw them bank their now third biggest online score. 'bartek901' got the better off Jordan 'JWPRODIGY' Westmorland to claim victory in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $43,132. This week's edition saw 91 entrants come together to create a $182,000 prize pool. '0409479' took the bronze medal for $24,738, before Westmorland, who has over $5.1m in recorded online cashes, was the final player to depart the action and 'bartek901' picked up the win. Two-time PokerStars Sunday Million champion 'VinceVegaMFR' added the Sunday Warm-Up title to his list of accomplishments after he came through the 1,139 player field. Brazil's 'pabritz' took the bronze medal for $18,613 before heads-up play got underway between 'VinceVegaMFR' and 'jayjayme,' with the latter the final player to fall and departed with 25,888 as 'VinceVegaMFR' claimed the $36,006 top prize. 'TheRepoMan86' banked $52,337 after victory in the partypoker $1,050 Sunday Main Event-SHR following a heads-up battle with 'rdcrsnn.' There was a $263,000 prize pool up for grabs, with 'CropDustr' just missing out on a shot at the first-place prize after they departed in third place for $26,563. That left 'rdcrsnn' to do battle with 'TheRepoMan86', but it was the former who was to fall and had to settle for the runners-up prize worth $37,872. 'Ignent' took down the partypoker $530 Sunday Bounty Hunter for a score worth just over $54,000. partypoker ambassador Kristen 'krissyb24' Bicknell just missed out on a podium finish after she departed in fourth place for $8,697 + $3,542.50 (in bounties). 'BrunoBellagio44' was the next to fall and banked $11,763.25 + $3,201.25 in third place before the final battle commenced. 'spinner2255' ultimately succumb to the pressure from 'Ignent' and took second place for $16,502 + $7,141.87 and 'Ignent' secured the $22,734.85 first-place prize alongside a massive $32,069.38 in bounties. 'Specter_Litt' defeated partypoker ambassador Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao heads-up to collect the partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller gold medal. The tournament saw 96 entries create a $245,000 prize pool and once the field was reduced to the final three in was 'aLiNeNok1617', on their second major final table of the day, who collected the bronze medal for $30,625. Brazilian Simao was then looking to take another title on his partner site but couldn't get the better of 'Specter_Litt' in the final showdown and departed in second place for $42,875, with the latter banking $60,025 as champion. Over on 888poker, recent XL Eclipse champion 'Kannwas' overcame current PocketFives #3 ranked 'Isildur1337x' to win the $1,050 Whale for $25,550. The prize pool was set at $73,000 after 73 entrants took part with the top seven places paid. Rodrigo 'sonmonedass' Perez banked $10,950 for a third-place finish before 'Kannwas' continued their impressive run on the 888poker client to take another title by defeating Sweden's 'Isildur1337x', who had to settle for the $16,425 runners-up prize. Below are this week’s Sunday final table results: PokerStars Sunday Million ($200 + $15 NLHE) $1M Guaranteed 5,835 entrants, $1,167,000 prize pool Grande_Prego - $145,753.12* AndyKidPoker - $122,386.03* anteen - $77,595.69 Carsandi - $54,454.32 BuyMyLunch - $38,214.46 diw.2303 - $26,817.77 ludachips28 - $18,819.97 Matthew101 - $13,207.40 Squashchamp - $9,268.66 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $100k Gtd 91 entrants, $182,000 prize pool bartek901 - $43,132.24 JWPRODIGY - $32,665.15 0409479 - $24,738.18 jackziyang - $18,734.87 sk2ll_m0dR - $14,188.41 T-Macha - $10,745.26 Str8$$$Homey - $8,137.65 huang33 - $6,162.86 ale6ka - $5,295.38 PokerStars $109 Bounty Builder, $200k Gtd 2,848 entrants, $284,800 prize pool L1VeYRdrEamS - $20,483.84 alexMFNb - $14,482.48 K_banks1 - $10,240.67 snowrez - $7,241.25 ViDss - $5,120.34 Faaaarst - $3,620.64 glava38 - $2,560.18 ALWAYSBRAVES - $1,810.31 Cmon_Gasquet - $1,280.09 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $200k Gtd 1,139 entrants, $227,800 prize pool VinceVegaMFR - $36,006.70 jayjayme - $25,888.10 pabritz - $18,613.76 edudrake1987 - $13,383.45 Moses4you - $9,622.79 crife1 - $6,918.87 Tomatee - $4,974.71 JopperHarryN - $3,576.87 south2 - $2,571.79 partypoker $1,050 Sunday Main Event-SHR $200k Gtd 263 entrants, $263,000 prize pool TheRepoMan86 - $52,337 rdcrsnn - $37,872 CropDustr - $26,563 aLiNeNok1617 - $19,330.50 orud74 - $13,676 Echomaus - $10,257 SacredAccount - $7,232.50 SchelampigaUhu - $5,260 partypoker $530 Sunday Bounty Hunter – HR $200k 223 entrants, $227,460 prize pool Ignent - $22,734.85 + $32,069.38 spinner2255 - $16,502 + $7,141.87 BrunoBellagio44 - $11,763.25 + $3,201.25 Krissyb24 - $8,697 + $3,542.50 HungarysHero - $6,132.50 + $4,046.25 Smokeycoke12 - $4,683 + $390 jizonhisniz - $3,456.50 + $1,690 ROTTsFEARestFC - $2,564.50 + $2,080 partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller $200k Gtd 98 entrants, $245,000 prize pool Specter_Litt - $60,025 joaosimaobh - $42,875 aLiNeNok1617 - $30,625 fren96 - $21,437.50 MoNddLeR - $15,925 Paul_Folders - $12,250 donzledurbru - $9,800 MOTHERSMATTERS - $7,962.50 partypoker $530 Main Event-HR 100k Gtd 263 entrants, $131,500 prize pool VolZok_ - $26,168.50 rudiqa1 - $18,936 MelonsAreYum - $13,281.50 ojanOmaha - $9,655.25 mwhldwn - $6,838 Quatroe3ehFLIP - $5,128.50 LoSientoGrace - $3,616.25 Patrick_Leonard - $2,630 888poker $1,050 The $50,000 Whale 73 entrants – $73,000 prize pool Kannwas - $25,550 Isildur1337x - $16,425 sonmonedass - $10,950 DosPoochies - $7,300 wellyxx - $5,475 - APOARSLAN - $4,015 Svengate - $3,285 888poker $215 Sunday Mega Deep 560 entrants – $112,000 prize pool GritinhO-Dzi - $21,560 BrAvEHrT1 - $15,960 PoulPanasony - $12,040 GangstaGo - $8,680 radfish14 - $5,880 VitaliyPanko - $4,200 BeeTheBeagle - $3,080 Sinatra48 - $2,520  
  2. Chino Rheem is about as polarizing of a figure as you’ll find in today’s world of poker, but for all of the issues he’s had over the years, there’s no denying his ability to perform on the game’s largest stages. Rheem has won three World Poker Tour titles, final tabled the WSOP Main Event, and amassed more than $10.5 million in live tournament earnings. Coming off a first-place score for more than $1.5 million in the 2019 PCA Main Event, Rheem recently became the 41st poker player in history to win more than $10 million from live poker tournaments. Here’s a look at the five biggest scores of Rheem’s poker career. 7th in 2008 WSOP Main Event ($1,772,650) Rheem had been around the poker world for a handful of years before the 2008 World Series of Poker, and he even had a second-place finish in a gold bracelet event in 2006 that earned him $327,981. He truly made waves in the 2008 WSOP Main Event, though, when he aggressively splashed his way through the 6,844-player field to reach the final table in what was the first-ever WSOP November Nine. Rheem entered the 2008 WSOP Main Event final table in sixth position on the leaderboard. His run ultimately ended in seventh place after he got the last of his money in with the [poker card="As"][poker card="Kc"] against Peter Eastgate’s [poker card="Ah"][poker card="Qd"]. A queen hit the flop, and that was all she wrote for Rheem, who was sent to the rail with a $1.772 million prize. 1st in 2019 PCA Main Event ($1,567,100) The 2019 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event attracted 865 entries. With six players left, Rheem entered the final day with the chip lead. He busted all five of his opponents to win the 2019 PCA Main Event and capture its $1.567 million first-place prize. This result proved to be, at the time, the second largest of Rheem's career, just behind his WSOP Main Event seventh-place finish. It also moved him to more than $10.5 million in live tournament earnings and he became the 74th player to eclipse the $10 million earnings mark, per HendonMob. 1st in WPT Five Diamond ($1,538,730) Rheem was one of 497 entries in the World Poker Tour’s Five Diamond World Poker Classic event at Bellagio in 2008. The event was part of Season VII of the WPT and featured a buy-in of $15,400. The prize pool was $7.231 million, of which Rheem got the most of when he scored the $1.538 million top prize. It was the first of Rheem’s three World Poker Tour titles and came just a month after he finished seventh in the World Series of Poker Main Event. At this final table, Rheem had stiff competition in the form of Justin Young, Evan McNiff, Steve Sung, Amnon Filippi, and Hoyt Corkins. 1st in WPT World Championship ($1,150,297) To conclude Season XI of the World Poker Tour, Rheem won the $25,500 buy-in WPT World Championship. The event was held at Bellagio in Las Vegas in 2013 and attracted 146 entries to create a $3.54 million prize pool. In the end, it was Rheem against Erick Lindgren for the title, with Rheem coming out on top to win a $1.15 million payday and his second WPT title. 1st in Epic Poker League Event #1 ($1,000,000) Currently standing as the fifth largest score of Rheem’s poker career is a victory in the now defunct Epic Poker League. Rheem won the EPL’s first title, defeating a field of 137 entries in the $20,000 buy-in tournament to score the $1 million top prize. At the final table, Rheem out-battled runner-up Erik Seidel and third-place finisher Jason Mercier en route to the title and million dollar payday.
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