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  1. The first online poker Sunday Majors of 2020 featured a massive Sunday Million on PokerStars with the final four players chopping up nearly $240,000. The Sunday Million benefited from the continuing Winter Series at PokerStars and this week featured a Progressive Knockout format. After 17,073 of the 17,077-player field was eliminated, the remaining players came to a deal. 'freiwandeln' took home the title and $62,970.88 from the prize pool to go with $35,564.87 in bounties for a $98,535.75 payday. Runner-up 'chv89' took home $62,817.30 and another $11,516.09 in bounties. 'Last port' came i
  2. The PokerStars Winter Series came to a conclusion on January 7 with the 152-event extravaganza shattering guarantees and paying out hefty sums to players from all over the world. With events running from December 25 through January 7 the Winter Series provided two straight weeks of value-packed action in the form of 38 different events, each broken into four different buy-in categories: micro, low, medium and high. PokerStars boasted $25,000,000 in guarantees for the tournaments and it was clear early on that this lofty number would clearly be shattered. Players helped generate well over
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