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  1. The top-ranked player in Hungary, Andras 'probirs' Nemeth, won over $500,000 on Day 5 of the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker and in the process prevented Roman 'RomeOpro' Romanovsky from collecting an astounding third title of the series. With the bumper buy-in Low, Medium and High Event #14 tournaments all coming to a conclusion on Thursday, the results saw 12 players collect six-figure scores, including Romanovsky who made it to heads-up play on his third bullet in the $25,000 buy-in 'High' and was looking to achieve his third win of the series after taking down Event #16 (High) the day before and Event #2 (High) on Monday. But, Nemeth was the man in his way and ultimately prevented the Ukrainian from achieving the feat to claim his own third career SCOOP title and the first-place prize of $576,087. Romanovsky received $442,299 as runner-up which left the current #12-ranked player in the world less than $200,000 away from the $10M career earnings accolade. Guntis 'poker@luffyD' Aleskins picked up his largest recorded online result to date after banking $240,765 for victory in Event #14 (Medium). Former Sunday Million runner-up Aleskins defeated 'engantil' heads-up for the win, with the latter taking away $171,625 for second place. Also on the final table was 'Lena900' who collected $87,208 in fourth-place and helped 'Team Sweden' close the gap on 'Team BITBRYE' in their much talked about six-figure series prop bet. The UK's Ben 'jenbizzle' Jones overcome Brazil's Ivanildo Limeira in Event #14 (Low) to pick up his first SCOOP title, and a career-best recorded online cash of $162,039. Jones, who is a former Super Tuesday, Sunday Warm-Up and Sunday Supersonic champion, came through the 5,700 entrants field and navigated his way to victory on a final table that also featured 2017 WCOOP Main event third-place finisher, Machadada RS, and Chester20o. Event #15 saw three six-max PLO rebuy tournaments take place with 'Maizeruba', 'igor69' and 'Tr!pleeeee' all adding SCOOP titles to their names. 'Maizeruba' won $9,872 after coming through a 3,891 player field in the 'Low' and 'igor69' was the victor in the 'Medium' for $32,858, after seeing off former Pocketfives world no.#1 'cal42688' into third place. In the 'High' 'Tr!pleeeee' took away a cool $87,042 after beating Mike 'goleafsgoeh' Leah, Jerry 'Perrymejsen' Ödeen and Adam 'adamyid' Owen on the final table. Christopher 'Apotheosis92' Kruk, who featured on the Event #16 (Medium) final table on Day 4, made another SCOOP appearance on Day 5 after collecting the silver medal in Event #13 (High) Triple Draw 2-7 for $38,850. The Canadian was beaten to the top prize of $57,720 by 'merla888' after they successfully came through the 111 player field. 'TheRabbitFR' made up for their runner-up spot in Event #10 (Medium) by going all the way in Event 13 (Medium) to win $15,480. 'TheRabbitFR' beat 'SexualDrag0n' in heads-up play, on a final table that saw Pocketfives members 'komarolo22' and 'hummylun' achieve fourth and fifth place respectively. In Event #13 (Low), 'hapsmoney' beat out 1,726 other entrants to earn the victory and $5,441. 'Flakon2010' was rewarded with $4,058.45 for second place with 'Moergi' picking up $3,022.45 in third place. Below are the SCOOP results for Thursday, May 10 Event #13 (Low): $22 Triple Draw 2-7 Entrants: 1,727 Prize pool: $34,540 hapsmoney - $5,441.06 Flakon2010 - $4,058.45 Moergis - $3,022.45 RoxmorE - $1,986.05 Sjonie - $1,353.96 baaaaaaaby - $773.69 Event #13 (Medium): $215 Triple Draw 2-7 Entrants: 387 Prize pool: $77,400 TheRabbitFR - $15,480.00 SexualDrag0n - $11,455.20 gabrielper - $8,514.00 komarolo22 - $5,882.40 hummylun - $4,295.70 BurnsFlipper - $2,747.70 Event #13 (High): $2,100 Triple Draw 2-7 Entrants: 111 Prize pool: $222,000 merla888 - $57,720.00 Apotheosis92 - $38,850.00 vovtroy - $28,860.00 kkopghy - $18,870.00 hotmark777 - $14,430.00 Pardosh - $9,990.00 Event #14 (Low): $215 Eight Max High Roller No Limit Hold'em Entrants: 5,700 Prize pool: $1,140,000 jenbizzle - $162,039.38 ivan limeira - $115,504.57 Dagdar - $82,335.47 Machadada RS - $58,691.41 TCOBENKO - $41,837.08 GMVN - $29,822.97 Chester20o - $21,258.72 SaiyanHype - $15,153.79 Event #14 (Medium): $2,100 Eight Max High Roller No Limit Hold'em Entrants: 698 Prize pool: $1,1396,000 poker@luffyD - $240,765.93 engantil - $171,625.77 Alex.Z5518 - $122,340.69 Lena900 - $87,208.67 Päffchen - $62,165.41 hello_totti - $44,313.64 EzPaTuLa - $31,588.26 wizowizo - $22,517.20 Event #14 (High): $25,100 Eight Max High Roller No Limit Hold'em Entrants: 100 Prize pool: $2,500,000 probirs - $576,087.25 RomeOpro - $442,299.25 huang33 - $339,581.75 RuiNF - $260,718.75 wizowizo - $200,170.50 SirWatts - $153,683.75 ROFLshove - $117,993.00 Isildur1 - $90,590.75 Event #15 (Low): $5.50 Rebuy Six Max PLO Entrants: 3,891 Prize pool: $69,041 Maizeruba - $9,872.21 Benda777 - $6,876.16 serg.de - $4,791.12 TryToMeAgaiN - $3,338.32 Barmaley903 - $2,326.06 ALBANIANCHIP - $1,620.73 Event #15 (Medium): $55 Rebuy Six Max PLO Entrants: 1,165 Prize pool: $207,924.75 igor69 - $32,858.79 Zagalo87 - $22,894.63 cal42688 - $15,952.34 Clabbenyman - $11,115.13 Mindfulln3ss - $7,744.71 canc.gr - $5,396.29 Event #15 (High): $530 Rebuy Six Max PLO Entrants: 265 Prize pool: $456,015 Tr!pleeeee - $87,042.64 Naza114 - $64,519.14 Perrymejsen - $47,823.98 goleafsgoeh - $35,448.91 Lateski - $26,275.99 Adamyid - $19,476.76
  2. There was one last chance for players to hit top form before Sunday's Spring Championship of Online Poker Main Event tournaments get underway, as Canada's 'D PitcherAK' continued their hot streak to win their third title of the series and $197,847. If you've had the opportunity to sit back, relax and listen to the latest PocketFives 'The Fives' podcast you will be aware that PocketFives President and Editor in Chief Lance Bradley, and fellow writer Matt Clark, discussed the real possibility of a triple SCOOP title winner this year, with a host of big names sat on two already. Lance reached out to PokerStars this week to clarify whether there had been a triple SCOOP title winner in a single series and they responded to say they had no record of this occurrence happening before. So despite reports in Italy saying that one player did achieve this feat way back during SCOOP series three, it would seem 'D PitcherAK' has done the impossible in Event #49-High ($1,050 No Limit Hold'em). As the 1,267 player field whittled down to the final nine, there was an array of well-known crushers all looking to claim the $197,847 first-place prize. 'BetForNympho', Dennis 'DBerglin' Berglin, Alexandru 'alexxt7' Farcasanu, 'Killer_ooooo', 'bustoville' and Felipe 'mr.salgado30' Salgado all departed to leave the final three to do battle. 'TiltzPhil' took the bronze medal for a six-figure score of $104,270, which left 'Timonpoika' the only player standing between 'D PitcherAK' and a prestigious third series title. The Event #41-M and Event #18-M champion stood their ground and made it a hat-trick of titles after 'Timonpoika' fell in second-place for $143,630, and with two more days of SCOOP left to go, there is plenty of opportunities for 'D PitcherAK' to make it four! The Event #49-Medium ($109 No Limit Hold'em) title was won by Fedor 'ftruncev' Truntsev after a three-handed deal was agreed. 'TranquilMind' accepted a prize of $45,922 before they exited in third-place with 'Anton720' settling for $45,500. The Russian Truntsev was able to defeat 'Anton720' heads-up and improved their bankroll by an impressive $51,159. There was another three-handed deal in the $11 'Low' as 'LuckForWhat' took the majority share and the title. 'El Magnif1co' fell in third-place post-deal and was awarded their agreed upon amount of $12,311 before 'sjeverest' was knocked out for $11,586 by 'LuckForWhat', who banked $16,317. Anton 'antesvante' Wigg, Aaron Been, Charlie 'JIZOINT' Combes and Renato 'renaton' Nomura all made the final table of Event #47-High ($530 Eight Max No Limit Hold'em) before '69sBigLick' and 'Panini1234' agreed to a heads-up deal. After 'Bigfish112392' took third-place for $38,292, the final two agreed upon how the remaining prize pool would be shared before the play resumed with 'Panini1234' taking the victory. Runner-up '69sBigLick' banked $58,794 with the winner scoring $64,583. Another deal was made in the $55 'Medium' as 'sgsabioni' took the biggest prize worth $25,000, but not the title. After Carlos 'ellocoferasi' Ronielle, 'OMGRubCasco' and former Super Tuesday winner Jerry 'Perrymejsen' Ödeen had departed from the final six, the remaining three players struck a deal. 'SOUFODAMS' agreed to $18,000 before they exited with a bronze medal, and 'sgsabioni' was awarded the largest share worth $25,000. However, they could not go the distance and take the title as well after 'WestCliff21' pulled it back to claim victory and a prize worth $23,349. And in the $5.50 'Low', Brazil's Rodolfo 'Polsk2601' Vargas outlasted 12,140 other players to claim the first-place prize of $7,670, after he eliminated 'Busuzima102' during heads-up play for $5,457. Former PocketFives world #1 Joao 'INeedMassari' Simao picked up a SCOOP title to go alongside their WCOOP win in Event #48-High ($2,100 Six Max PLO Win the Button). The current Brazil #2 won $100,782 for coming through the 264 player field and beat 'magiet12' into second-place for $74,703. The Brazilian's win comes days after their fourth-place finish in Event #45-High for $48,806. The $215 'Medium' was won by 'pm_marke' for a prize of $31,694 after a heads-up battle with 'ItsMyTurrn'. WCOOP title holder ''omaha4rollz' had taken third-place for $15,387 before play resumed with the runner-up 'ItsMyTurrn' ultimately departing for a score worth $22,083. 'st1ft' went the distance on the $22 'Low' final table that featured 'IlDepredator' and 'ImluckNuts'. LPE22' was able to battle their way into second-place for $7,925 with the title winner 'st1ft' banking $11,377. Event #50 saw the final tournaments take place on Day 14 of SCOOP and the introduction of Badugi. Event 04#-M Sunday Million champion' XD89lol<3' could only make it to fourth-place for $8,835 in the $1,050 'High' before the final three players talked numbers. 'aDrENalin710' was happy with $16,477 and was then the first to fall. Adam 'Adamyid' Owen agreed to take $17,919 before failing to beat Andrey 'Kroko-dill' Zaichenko heads-up. The Russian, who already has two bronze medals so far this series, went the distance this time for a prize worth $21,171. The $109 'Medium' title went to 'silna_rakia' after they got the better of 'High' final table member 'raidalot', who this time earns $4,873 for second place. The Bulgarian winner adds the Badugi title to their name alongside $6,583. And in the $11 'Low', Arild Rotmo added $2,736 to their bankroll after edging out 'ChaseTurner9', who took away $1,953 for finishing as runner-up. Event #47 (Low): $5.50 Eight Max No Limit Hold'em Entries: 12,141 Prize pool: $59,490.90 Polsk2601 - $7,670.44 Busuzima102 - $5,457.93 fish_san - $3,890.59 CatchSomeAce - $2,773.34 kalinaj - $1,976.94 Gulmamedov - $1,409.22 gaboor - $1,004.54 satikae - $716.07 Event #47 (Medium): $55 Eight Max No Limit Hold'em Entries: 4,210 Prize pool: $210,500 WestCliff21 - $23,349.81* sgsabioni - $25,000.00* SOUFODAMS - $18,000* Perrymejsen- $10,627.97 OMGRubCasco - $7,515.12 ellocoferasi - $5,313.98 oyarzun2010 - $3,757.57 reidar1986 - $2,657.01 *denotes three-handed deal Event #47 (High): $530 Eight Max No Limit Hold'em Entries: 847 Prize pool: $423,500 Panini1234 - $64,583.00* 69sBigLick - $58,794.24* Bigfish112392 - $38,292.02 renaton - $28,087.15 JIZOINT - $20,601.87 AaronBeen - $15,111.45 Sykoen - $11,084.22 antesvante - $8,130.22 *denotes heads-up deal Event #48 (Low): $22 Six Max PLO Win the Button Entries: 3,979 Prize pool: $79,580 st1ft - $11,377.67 LPE22 - $7,925.80 oversleep - $5,522.48 pretend96t - $3,847.91 ImluckNuts - $2,681.12 IlDepredator - $1,868.14 Event #48 (Medium): $215 Six Max PLO Win the Button Entries: 962 Prize pool: $192,400 pm_marke - $31,694.91 ItsMyTurrn - $22,083.65 omaha4rollz - $15,387.28 missdj2013 - $10,721.45 tarantaleo - $7,470.41 jutrack - $5,205.18 Event #48 (High): $2,100 Six Max PLO Win the Button Entries: 264 Prize pool: $528,000.00 IneedMassari - $100,782.95 magiet12 - $74,703.92 Nessilita - $55,373.31 _TheJds_ - $41,044.76 IamTetra - $30,423.83 ghost crab - $22,551.30 Event #49 (Low): $11 No Limit Hold'em Entries: 16,937 Prize pool: $165,982 LuckForWhat - $16,317.81* sjeverest - $11,586.99* El Magnif1co - $12,311.86* race2carlow - $6,683.93 ReSoN.NL - $4,805.79 Cep911 - $3,455.40 Setosun - $2,484.46 Ilshat o11my - $1,786.33 kao4pino - $1,284.38 *denotes three-handed deal Event #49 (Medium): $109 No Limit Hold'em Entries: 4,539 Prize pool: $453,000 ftruncev - $51,159.42* Anton720 - $45,500.01* TranquilMind - $45,922.57* Virgilik - $22,839.35 LOL ImDrunk - $16,149.90 Lisboa_Fer - $11,419.72 yukeepplayin - $8,074.99 krousmenos46 - $5,709.88 BrunoCaetano - $4,037.49 *denotes three-handed deal Event #49 (High): $1,050 No Limit Hold'em Entries: 1,267 Prize pool: $1,267,000 D PitcherAK - $197,847.42 Timonpoika - $143,630.16 TiltzPhil - $104,270.93 mr.salgado30 - $75,697.42 bustoville - $54,953.84 Killer_ooooo - $39,894.66 alexxt7 - $28,962.22 DBerglin - $21,025.61 BetForNympho - $15,263.92 Event #50 (Low): $11 FL Badugi Entries: 1,595 Prize pool: $15,631 Rotmo - $2,736.69 ChaseTurner9 - $1,953.87 pokerrich37 - $1,484.94 HWardinator - $1,094.17 dendroid - $781.55 BEGEMOTIK3 - $468.93 Netinho_RJ - $312.62 sandman201 - $156.31 Event #50 (Medium): $109 FL Badugi Entries: 342 Prize pool: $34,200 silna_rakia - $6,583.50 raidalot - $4,873.50 giyoung1123@ - $3,676.50 nb_communist - $2,650.50 munchenHB - $1,795.50 ImluckNuts - $1,282.50 NBoss87 - $940.50 vovtroy - $769.50 Event #50 (High): $1,050 FL Badugi Entries: 93 Prize pool: $93,000 Kroko-dill - $21,171.07* Adamyid - $17,919.03* aDrENalin710 - $16,477.40* XD89lol<3 - $8,835.00 Pfft_Hole - $6,510.00 hotmark777 - $4,882.50 MUSTAFABET - $3,952.50 raidalot - $3,022.50 *denotes three-handed deal
  3. The stage is set for the partypoker MILLIONS Online tournament. Running November 25 through December 5, 2018, the $20 million guaranteed prize pool will rewrite the online poker history books. Hundreds, if not thousands, of satellite winners will compete in the event, all in hopes of turning a minuscule satellite buy-in into life-changing millions. For satellite qualifiers, winning entry into the historic partypoker MILLIONS Online tournament should only be considered step one in the process. For many, the goal will be to make a deep run that finishes in the money. For the real dreamers out there, the ultimate prize will be walking away with a top-four finish that makes them a millionaire. "The first thing to think about is that it’s a long tournament,” said poker pro Adam 'Adamyid' Owen when asked to give advice for how satellite winners should approach the event. "You don't need to rush anything. You can take your time. You can fold for a while and still have chips. I’ve done that plenty of times. You don’t need to force anything, either. Just relax and try to enjoy it." Owen is one of the confirmed players for the event, boasting a résumé that includes a combined $4.485 million in tournament earnings between his live and online poker play. Online, Owen has booked more than $1.3 million in earnings, 55 tournament victories, and 115 top-three finishes. "Try and work out who the better players are at the table and try and avoid them if you can, even by playing a tighter range when it’s their big blind and button, and then even by making it a bigger size with the range you do choose to play," Owen advised. As mentioned, many satellite winners will simply be looking to reach the money, and that’s a very respectable achievement, especially when you’ve qualified for what could be as little as one cent. For those looking to cash, the money bubble of the partypoker MILLIONS Online tournament will be one of the most crucial points of the event. "Of course, it depends on one’s situation," Owen said of how satellite winners should approach the bubble. "If you've satellited in for one cent on partypoker, then you’re probably going to want to be a little bit more careful to secure a min-cash. If you have a stack, you’re going to want to use it. So how you approach the bubble is very sensitive to your stack size. Avoid spots where you’re not going to be sure, use less flat-calling with speculative hands, and have a plan before you enter a pot. What are you going to do if you choose to three-bet someone? Are you going to call it off? Are you going to fold? What’s your plan going in?" Once the bubble breaks, the race to the final table is on. This is when the adrenaline really kicks up and the emotional roller coaster of a deep run is in high gear. As any top professional poker player will tell you, it’s important to control your emotions throughout a deep run and to stay composed. "Just take it as it comes, as hard as that may sound," Owen said. "You've already locked up a lot of money and anything else is a bonus, so just try and play your game. Take a few zeroes off the money up top and off the chip stacks used in the partypoker MILLIONS and just try and see things as the number of big blinds and players left. Pay attention to when the pay jumps are, too, just like you would when you approach a normal tournament." In the days leading up to the partypoker MILLIONS Online tournament, satellites continue to run, with feeder satellites offered for as low as $0.01. For those with a little more money in their satellite bankroll, $530 mega satellites that feature a minimum of 25 seats guaranteed start November 25. *Photo courtesy of the World Poker Tour.
  4. The 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event went from 1,286 players down to 354 on Tuesday Those left are deep in the money and guaranteed $34,845, and it’s Dean Morrone holding the chip lead entering Day 5. Former NFL star Richard Seymour was one of the big stacks to advance. Morrone Leads the Way Morrone is a Canadian player and a qualifier from 888poker. He’s making his first career WSOP cash with his run in this year’s WSOP Main Event and it’s also his largest live tournament score to date as he entered the tournament with just $10,138 in live earnings. Morrone entered Day 4 with 365,000 before he went on to finish with 4.98 million and the lead. Other big stacks in the group behind Morrone on the leaderboard were Lars Bonding (4.04 million), Michael Messick (3.925 million), Warwick Mirzikinian (3.9 million), and Henrik Hecklen (3.862 million) to round out the top five. Morrone’s fellow 888poker qualifier Mihai Manole finished the day with a very healthy 3.781 million. Top 10 Chip Counts Dean Morrone - 4,980,000 Lars Bonding - 4,040,000 Michael Messick - 3,925,000 Warwick Mirzikinian - 3,900,000 Henrik Hecklen - 3,862,000 Mihai Manole - 3,781,000 Robert Heidorn - 3,700,000 Sean Mills - 3,692,000 Christopher Wynkoop - 3,563,000 Andrew Brokos - 3,518,000 Former NFL Star Richard Seymour On the Rush Former NFL star and three-time Super Bowl champion Richard Seymour was among those to advance to Day 5. He spoke with The Fives Poker Podcast at the end of Day 3 about his sixth time playing the WSOP Main Event being a charm and things only got sweeter on Tuesday. Seymour came into the day with 275,000 and quickly got his stack up to 400,000. It wasn’t long before he reached 1 million in chips and then the progression only continued after he was moved to one of the secondary features tables. Seymour bagged up 2.75 million in chips, but he wasn’t the only former NFL player to move on. Eric Stocz, who spent time in the NFL with the Detroit Lions, reached the money in the WSOP Main Event for the second time in his poker career. He’s already outperformed the 402nd-place finish he netted in 2011 that earned him $30,974 and will only be looking for more. Stocz bagged 350,000 for Day 5. Former PocketFives #1 Players Performing Well A handful of former PocketFives #1 players are performing well and have advanced to Day 4 of the 2019 WSOP Main Event. Fabrizio Gonzalez bagged 2.916 million, Chris Hunichen finished with 2.617 million, and Yuri Dzivielevski ended with 1.79 million. Hunichen bagged those chips despite losing one of the biggest pots of the tournament so far. He got involved in a big one with David Guay and Guay flopped a set of tens against Hunichen’s pocket kings. The hand resulted in a full double for Guay and took a dent of about 1.2 million out of Hunichen’s stack. Eight from Pennsylvania Still Alive Pennsylvania online poker has been legalized and the launch date is coming up soon. When sites do go live there will be a handful of players with some extra money to deposit thanks to deep runs in this WSOP Main Event. Eight players from Pennsylvania remain, with Thomas Parkes of Alburtis finishing Day 4 with the most chips at 3.172 million. Pittsburgh’s Chad Power is next with 2.78 million, and then it’s Matthew Sabia (1.81 million), Kenneth Smaron (1.806 million), Edward Pham (1.43 million), Jake Schindler (1.168 million), Donald Dombach (799,000), and Matt Glantz (690,000). Yoon, Esfandiari, Cheong Among Bracelet Winners Remaining In addition to all the names that have been mentioned, Brian Yoon (2.622 million), Antonio Esfandiari (2.583 million), Craig McCorkell (2.5 million), Chris Wallace (1.98 million), and Joseph Cheong (1.958 million) represent some of the WSOP gold bracelet winners still in the field. Yoon and Esfandiari are both three-time gold bracelet winners who have had some deep runs in the WSOP Main Event before. Yoon has finished in the top 60 on three separate occasions (2018, 2016, and 2011), and Esfandiari finished 24th in 2009. McCorkell took 13th in 2014, and Wallace finished 32nd in 2017. We also know very much about Cheong’s third-place finish behind Jonathan Duhamel and John Racener in 2010 that earned him $4.13 million. All Former Main Event Champs Gone Of course, not every player could advance. Three former WSOP Main Event champions began the day, with Johnny Chan, Chris Moneymaker, and Qui Nguyen still in the field, but all three of them busted out on Day 4. Moneymaker finished 687th for $20,200, Chan took 560th for $24,560, and Nguyen went out 455th for $30,780. Nguyen’s bust came when he got the last of his chips in with pocket fives only to lose out to an opponent’s two sixes. With no former WSOP Main Event champions in the field, we will see a brand new winner in 2019. Others to bust on Day 4 were Ricky Guan (362nd - $34,845), Scott Lazar (388th - $34,845), Jean-Robert Bellande (415th - $30,780), Bryan Campanello (435th - $30,780), Josh Arieh (485th - $27,390), Adam Owen (570th - $24,560), and Cliff Josephy (759th - $20,200). Day 5 of the 2019 WSOP Main Event starts at 12 pm PT on Wednesday, July 10 at the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino.
  5. Six years ago, Stefan 'mindgamer' Jedlicka won the PokerStars Sunday Million for $222,934. In 2015, he won his first PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker title. On Sunday the Austrian poker pro added a PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker title to a resume that also includes previously being the #1-ranked player on PocketFives. Jedlicka beat out a 270-player field to win Event #16 High ($2,100 NLHE 8 Max Turbo PKO) for a combined $108,173.43 between his prize pool share and bounties. Sweden's 'WhatIfGod' finished runner-up for $38,612.34 and an additional $9,839.84 in bounties. Francisco 'Tomatee' Benitez finished third for $28,929.20 and $13,234.38 in bounties. Czech grinder 'sksjohny' beat out 788 players to win Event #7 High ($530 No Limit Hold'em Eight Max) for $66,298.75. Matías 'Festivuss' Gabrenja finished second for $48,629.85 while 'Futti18' rounded out the podium finishers in third and took home $35,669.90. Adam 'adamyid' Owen picked up the first WCOOP title of his career by outlasting a 9,762-player field in Event #16 Low ($22 No Limit Hold'em Eight Max Turbo PKO) for $13,289.98 and $6,153.16 in bounties. Other Sunday winners included 'Leha1107' (Event #7 Low), 'J. Gelades' (Event #7 Medium), 'PrOdigYx1' (Event #8 Low), 'Virgilik' (Event #8 Medium), 'DeuceofDuc0' (Event #8 High) and 'v587nt' (Event #16 Medium). Event #7 (Low): $5.50 No Limit Hold'em Eight Max Entries: 13,613 Prize pool: $66,704 Leha1107 - $8,359.73 Xijz - $5,949.47 jesjol - $4,240.98 Cresp0 - $3,023.12 Duncelanas - $2,154.98 Bacfast 60 - $1,536.16 Charks Mendes - $1,095.02 Bananmats - $780.57 Event #7 (Medium): $55 No Limit Hold'em Eight Max Entries: 5,345 Prize pool: $267,250 J. Gelades - $31,887.97* THUNDER79X - $32,797.00* shaenny - $18,717.94 Conckers - $13,135.65 TURICH88 - $9,218.17 Kopyl - $6,469.02 BadBeatPls - $4,539.74 blanconegro - $3,185.86 Event #7 (High): $530 No Limit Hold'em Eight Max Entries: 789 Prize pool: $394,500 sksjohny - $66,298.75 Festivuss - $48,629.85 Futti18 - $35,669.90 kouchan1214 - $26,163.83 SmallKindB - $19,191.12 J. Piva - $10,325.20 Kovalski1 - $7,573.49 Event #8 (Low): $11 No Limit Hold'em PKO Entries: 25,531 Prize pool: $250,204 PrOdigYx1 - $10,196.60* + $4,113.34 in bounties Robmaster555 - $11,202.44* + $2,054.63 in bounties NY17PATS14 - $6,430.47 + $1,286.50 in bounties TruthBeTold7 - $4,623.58 + $1,083.61 in bounties digby_stars - $3,324.40 + $1,121.96 in bounties BobDoan46 - $2,390.27 + $261.26 in bounties silver67 - $1,718.64 + $541.03 in bounties Rafaelgalo49 - $1,235.73 + $465.97 in bounties mgre06b - $888.51 + $130.08 in bounties Event #8 (Medium): $109 NLHE PKO Entries: 8,256 Prize pool: $825,600 Virgilik - $53,147.31* + $33,158.41 in bounties c0rl3on3_89 - $44,922.64* + $44,922.54 in bounties Mysters_Y - $27,758.69 + $3,779.21 in bounties farafiinn - $19,211.21 + $5,325.21 in bounties MarianexBJ - $13,295.66 + $7,071.42 in bounties gambl3r0 - $9,201.64 + $1,960.53 in bounties KretscheKing - $6,368.26 + $2,104.44 in bounties malbo2991 - $4,407.30 + $1,480.47 in bounties Rens02 - $3,050.17 + $1,796.28 in bounties Event #8 (High): $1,050 NLHE PKO Entries: 1,002 Prize pool: $1,002,000 DeuceofDuc0 - $81,814.54 + $77,313.42 in bounties MonkeyBausss - $59,792.14 + $25,883.79 in bounties _m0ney2_89 - $43,697.97 + $8,177.73 in bounties lopan83 - $31,935.84 + $12,976.88 in bounties chry1982 - $23,339.73 + $9,593.75 in bounties BBRS999 - $17,057.39 + $3,792.97 in bounties fafafofo - $12,466.08 + $812.50 in bounties MiracleQ - $9,110.58 + $11,902.34 in bounties arron8 - $6,658.29 + $6,546.88 in bounties Event #16 (Low): $22 No Limit Hold'em Eight Max Turbo PKO Entries: 9,762 Prize pool: $195,240 Adamyid - $13,289.98 + $6,153.16 in bounties Nelis020 - $9,466.08 + $1,364.48 in bounties AvE_spade - $6,747.74 + $1,543.10 in bounties mfkill - $4,810.03 + $443.52 in bounties alarc_js - $3,428.75 + $272.27 in bounties bianchettibh - $2,444.14 + $844.91 in bounties agileudo - $1,742.27 + $111.02 in bounties demecio r. - $1,241.95 + $797.15 in bounties Event #16 (Medium): $215 No Limit Hold'em Eight Max Turbo PKO Entries: 2,461 Prize pool: $492,200 v587nt - $36,166.69 + $27,506.21 in bounties leitalopez - $25,779.59 + $3,405.89 in bounties checm@te - $18,376.60 + $1,078.13 in bounties Unkn7wn77 - $13,099.48 + $5,915.50 in bounties lavanda883 - $9,337.74 + $4,208.60 in bounties grind4fame - $6,656.26 + $2,512.89 in bounties RaiseUpBlind - $4,744.83 + $6,536.03 in bounties vanEs2k11 - $3,382.27 + $2,561.92 in bounties Event #16 (High): $2,100 No Limit Hold'em Eight Max Turbo PKO Entries: 270 Prize pool: $540,000 Stefan 'mindgamer' Jedlicka - $51,536.72 + $56,636.71 in bounties WhatIfGod - $38,612.34 + $9,839.84 in bounties Tomatee - $28,929.20 + $13,234.38 in bounties MrMaximize - $21,674.38 + $11,804.69 in bounties Wildace_hun - $16,238.96 + $9,000.00 in bounties pochi - $12,166.57 + $7,062.50 in bounties cantstopmeAA - $9,115.47 + $7,593.75 in bounties ale6ka - $6,829.51 + $3,000 in bounties
  6. One of the busiest Sundays in the recent history of online poker included nine players adding a PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker title and a significant boost to their bankroll with the biggest winner of them all taking home nearly $161,000. Dutch grinder 'Passiveaggro' beat out 1,156 other entries in Event #10 High ($1,050 No Limit Hold'em PKO) to earn $79,644.69 from the prize pool plus an additional $82,200.12 from collected bounties. Runner-up 'JoeGall' picked up $79,643,94 from the prize pool but just $15,598.63 in bounties. A third place finish for 'Kungfumonk' came with $48,649.01 and $13,605.47 worth of bounties. Ukrainian Oleg 'Fukuruku' Vasylchenko won Event #9 High ($530 NLHE Afternoon Deep Stack) for $77,273.17. Finishing second in the 930-entry field gave 'jimmys002' a $55,082.59 boost to their bankroll. Coming in one spot later, 'lissi stinkt' had to settle for $39,264.73. Wrapping up the day, Event #18 High ($2,100 NLHE PKO Turbo Sunday Cooldown SE) had 249 runners with Hungarian 'xnrobix' outlasting all of them to win $42,196.34 and another $44,757.80 in bounties. 'bencb' just missed out on a SCOOP title and took home $42,196.06 and another $13,796.88 in bounties. Michael 'merla888' Gathy took home third place and $27,844.47 from the prize pool plus another $9,625.00 in bounties. A pair of well-known players also picked up SCOOP titles on Sunday. Adam 'Adamyid' Owen won Event #9-Medium for $55,531.49 and Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford won Event #18-Medium for $75,095.15. Other Sunday winners included 'Biodelic420' (Event #9-Low), 'marakana1965' (Event #10-Low), 'thegodfisher' (Event #10-Medium), and 'MePsychoUSuck' (Event #18-Low). Event #9 (High) - $530 NLHE Afternoon Deep Stack Entries: 930 Prize pool: $465,000 Fukuruku - $77,273.17 jimmys002 - $55,082.59 lissi stinkt - $39,264.73 !Mp!yaw - $27,989.23 igsaracho - $19,951.70 Hidey7 - $14,222.25 molswi47 - $10,138.11 PaGaOVelhinho - $7,226.79 Event #10 (High) - $1,050 No Limit Hold'em PKO Entries: 1,157 Prize pool: $1,157,000 Passiveaggro - $79,644.69 + $82,200.12 in bounties JoeGall - $79,643,94 + $15,598.63 in bounties Kungfumonk - $48,649.01 + $13,605.47 in bounties AmeNeYO - $35,322.11 + $18,384.77 in bounties LStrelec - $25,646.06 + $1,500.00 in bounties ivan limeira - $18,620.58 + $2,062.50 in bounties Lassiole - $13,519.71 + $12,800.78 in bounties Remi Lebo_10 - $9,816.16 + $875.00 in bounties Event #18 (High) - $2,100 NLHE PKO Turbo Sunday Cooldown SE Entries: 249 Prize pool: $498,000 xnrobix - $42,196.34 + $44,757.80 in bounties bencb789 - $42,196.06 + $13,796.88 in bounties merla888 - $27,844.47 + $9,625.00 in bounties Fresh_oO_D - $21,234.09 + $9,960.94 in bounties pm_marke - $16,193.04 + $22,968.75 in bounties OTT CANADA - $12,348.75 + $4,750.00 in bounties Radioromashka - $9,417.10 + $4,375.00 in bounties TheCleaner11 - $7,181.48 + $2,000.00 in bounties
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