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  1. After over 15 hours of play, 'sica26' was crowned this week's PokerStars $109 Sunday Million winner banking $101,770. The prize pool was set at $1,022,400 after 10,225 entrants took to the tables, and when the field was reduced to the final three, over 14 hours of play had elapsed. Austria's Adi 'Chillero1441' Rajkovic just missed on a place in the heads-up battle and took the bronze medal worth $55,195 before the final two agreed to a money-deal. Canada's 'slarki1' was then the final player to fall and took away their share of the remaining prize pool worth $81,770, as 'sica26' took the glory. Scott 'Aggro Santos' Margereson came through a 104 player-field to win the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $47,930. On a final table of nine that featured the likes of PokerStars Team Pro Igor Kurganov and third-place finisher Roman 'RomeOpro' Romanovsky, the UK's Margereson got the better of Canada's 'fishbones11' heads-up to win the top prize. Germany's 'SmilleThHero' topped a 1,074 field to bank over $75,000 in the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller. Current world-ranked #2 Andras 'Probirs' Nemeth exited in seventh place for $6,776 + $9,600 in bounty prizes, and when the field had been reduced to the final three, Ireland's Dan 'NukeTheFish!' Wilson took the bronze medal for $23,473 + $8,858. The final player to hit the virtual rail was 'ade messi', who banked $32,023 + $1,000 as runner-up after they were unable to defeat 'SmilleThHero' heads-up. Bulgaria's 'AchoBogdanov' came through a 926 player-field to add the PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up to their list of online poker achievements. The former PokerStars Sunday Million winner banked the $30,354 first-place prize after they defeated 'mac2016.1' heads-up. The runner-up walked away with $22,027 after Canada's Tim 'TTWIST' Kelly banked $15,985 in third, 'Chopper100' received $11,600 in fourth and world-ranked #3 'girafganger7' added $8,418 to their bankroll in fifth. Team partypoker member Hristivoje 'All_In_PAV' Pavlovic banked over $15,000 as runner-up in the partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Predator but lost out on the title to 'rdcrsnn'. Belgium's Kenny 'Spacey1891' Hallaert banked $9,752 + $2,632 in bounties after taking third place from the 152 player-field, and his exit paved the way for heads-up. The Australian Twitch streamer Pavlovic continued his rich vein of form in 2019 by adding another $13,402 + $2,535 in bounties to his bankroll as runner-up, with 'rdcrsnn' taking the top spot worth $13,418 + $25,642. Russian players 'CrazyLissy' and 'sweet_dreammm' chopped the partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Deepstack for just over $38,000 a piece. Roman Romanovsky appeared on the final table but the Ukranian departed in sixth place for $9,000 and after 'spinner2255' hit the rail in third place for $23,200, the final two agreed to a money-deal before 'CrazyLissy' was confirmed as the last player standing. 'Mazuma' defeated Canada's 'shorezydrew' heads-up to win the partypoker $2,100 Sunday High Roller Gladiator for over $67,000. After 'f8ndorin' had fallen in third place for $17,372.31 + $3,937.50 in bounties from the 115 player-field, 'shorezydrew' was looking to go the distance after taking the bronze medal in this very event just seven days ago. But 'Mazuma' was able to prevent this occurring and ultimately took victory for $24,334 + $43,476, with 'shorezydrew' having to settle for $24,308 + $4,626 as runner-up. PokerStars $109 Sunday Million $1M Guaranteed 10,225 entrants, $1,022,400 prize pool sica26 - $101,770.63* slarki1 - $81,770.62* Chillero1441 - $55,195.59 Lionet - $39,686.09 dpsd05 - $28,534.57 Inflames6 - $20,516.60 GregX89X - $14,751.59 davaman - $10,606.47 papastar423 - $7,626.08 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $200k Gtd 104 entrants, $208,000 prize pool Aggro Santos - $47,930.46 fishbones11 - $36,811.77 RomeOpro - $28,272.35 compris - $21,713.86 zzwwzzwwzz - $16,676.79 house800 - $12,808.20 IgorKurganov - $9,837.00 prebz - $7,555.08 bartek901 - $5,802.49 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $450k Gtd 1,074 entrants, $537,000 prize pool SmilleThHero - $43,689.28 + $31,942.78 ade messi - $32,023.64 + $1,000 NukeTheFish! - $23,473.23 + $8,858.86 DanielLUCKY - $17,205.80 + $2,238.28 rememberFL - $12,611.79 + $10,990.25 DEX888 - $9,244.40 + $1,609.38 probirs - $6,776.10 + $9,600.57 castorrrrr - $4,966.87 + $1,281.25 dartazzzz - $3,640.72 + $1,929.69 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $150k Gtd 926 entrants, $219,800 prize pool AchoBogdanov - $30,354.69 mac2016.1 - $22,027.79 TTWIST - $15,985.57 Chopper100 - $11,600.72 girafganger7 - $8,418.63 GivenchyMoncler - $6,109.39 Sithsence - $4,433.57 huiiiiiiiiii - $3,217.44 bigbear89 - $2,334.89 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Deepstack $200k Gtd 190 entrants, $200,000 prize pool CrazyLissy - $38,035.52* sweet_dreammm - $38,024.49* spinner2255 - $23,200 screen_name1234 - $16,600 WeisYis - $11,600 SanityWaterline - $9,000 SouthftfW - $7,000 sluuvtanuuv - $5,500 BITMEXREKT - $4,000 partypoker $530 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter - $200k Gtd 447 entrants, $229,087.50 prize pool RomeOtheBoAt - $16,803.75 + $17,750.16 whresmymind - $16,781.22 + $6,487.18 Graftekkel - $11,521.79 + $1,214.06 Drewchy - $8,089.77 + $4,315.90 SirStanleyRoyce - $5,785.41 + $1,888.77 momotown87 - $4,216.48 + $1,181.24 KONY2012 - $2,978.50 + $3,761.16 sweet_dreammm - $2,169.52 + $5,947.28 partypoker $2,100 Sunday High Roller Gladiator $250k Gtd 115 entrants, $250,000 prize pool Mazuma - $24,334.21 + $43,476.58 shorezydrew - $24,308.30 + $4,626.56 f8ndorin - $17,372.31 + $3,937.50 Ilove2fish - $12,160.61 + $9,384.37 a8risoli - $9,033.60 + $525 AlexSeb0715 - $6,948.92 + $3,346.87 donzledurbru - $5,559.13 + $5,643.75 rdcrsnn - $4,516.80 + $3,453.75 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Predator - $150k Gtd 152 entrants, $155,040 prize pool rdcrsnn - $13,418.04 + $25,642.50 All_In_PAV - $13,402.73 + $2,535 Spacey1891 - $9,752.96 + $2,632.50 FkTheseGuysBro - $6,908.35 + $1,300 JozinhoPP - $4,876.48 + $3,770 hahaha_Owned - $3,860.54 + $3,217.50 Specter_Litt - $3,072.18 + $2,405 JimyTransaction - $2,438.24 + $2,762.50 888poker $215 Sunday Mega Deep $100,000 488 entrants – $100,000 prize pool tikkapekka - $19,350 CutinuaBR - $14,500 GABriela1 - $11,000 Alrighty2222 - $8,250 Avskedad - $5,700 MuckFest - $4,400 veeea - $3,400 kiskutya - $2,400 Inho - $1,750 *denotes heads-up deal.
  2. This past Sunday in the world of online poker, a Brazilian scored his first six-figure cash, Jonathan 'apestyles' Van Fleet was back in the winner's circle, and Ole 'wizowizo' Schemion locked up two wins on PokerStars. Brazil's 'Giant_Santos' secured their first six-figure online cash after winning the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million for $102,920. The prize pool crept over the $1m guarantee after 10,204 entrants took part, and after the mammoth field had been reduced to just three a money-deal was agreed. 'tramonto85' took the second-largest share worth $68,851, but ultimately departed in third place. 'jimmyduraide' had $66,496 locked up, but was unable to go the distance, exiting in second place, as 'Giant_Santos' took the title for their 67th PocketFives gold medal. Van Fleet beat Michael 'mczhang' Zhang heads-up to take down this week's PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $38,840. The UK's 'Malaka$tyle' banked $20,170 in third place before online crusher Zhang lost out in the final battle and departed as runner-up for $27,889. Van Fleet added yet another title to his name and crossed $10.6m in online earnings in the process. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker NJ"][ptable zone="GG Poker"] Former Sunday Million bronze medalist 'Pendall' came through a 933 player-field in the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller to win over $58,000. The Russian player got the better of former Sunday Million and Sunday Warm-Up champion 'AchoBogdanov' heads-up with the latter banking $28,172 + $14,837 in bounties. There was also a familiar name in third place with Scott 'aggrosantos' Margereson picking up the bronze medal for $20,650 + $10,694. The PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up saw the top two agree to another money deal in the day before 'ryzio' claimed the overall victory. 747 entrants created a $149,400 prize pool, with '99dm84' hitting the rail in third place for $13,367 - just a year after taking fourth place. With the deal now in place, the heads-up battle saw 'DIGITEAM' miss out on the title, banking $20,131, and 'ryzio' reigned victorious for $23,672. Schemion stole the headlines of two High Roller Club events on PokerStars, the $1,050 Sunday Supersonic and$1,050 Sunday Warm-Up. In the Supersonic, he bested a field of 137 entries to take home a first-place prize of $29,212. In the Warm-Up, Schemion topped a field of 144 entries to win $30,225. The partypoker $5,200 High Roller The Big Game returned to the Sunday schedule, and with it came a $500,000 guarantee. The prize pool hit $595,000 after 119 players stumped up the big money buy-in, and the final nine all locked up $14,875. 'BlueMagic1' took the bronze for $74,375 before 'The Undecided' took the first of two six-figure prizes in second place for $104,125. Ultimately, 'SleevePatrol' took the title and with it the massive $145,775 first-place prize. 'Jizoint' won over $83,000 after victory in the partypoker $2,100 Sunday High Roller. A $360,800 prize pool was created after 176 entrants took to the online felt and with big bounty prizes on the line, 'No_No_No' banked $22,672 + $8,629 in bounties for third place. 'bfklg' was the unfortunate final player to lose the prize on their head, and departed as runner-up for $32,227 + $18,407, with 'Jizoint' awarded $32,262 + $51,745. Below are this week's results: PokerStars $109 Sunday Million $1M Guaranteed 10,204 entrants, $1,020,400 prize pool Giant_Santos - $102,920* jimmyduraide - $66,496* tramonto85 - $68,851* W.I.W.69 - $39,608 bedias - $28,478 tigredefu297 - $20,476 jovima - $14,722 tomakgchm - $10,585 guicarvalho2 - $7,611 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $125k Gtd 60 entrants, $125,000 prize pool apestyles - $38,840 mczhang - $27,889 Malaka$tyle - $20,170 anteen - $14,535 fishbones11 - $10,474 prot0 - $7,548 Lincownz - $5,439 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $350k Gtd 933 entrants, $466,500 prize pool Pendall - $38,435 + $20,681 AchoBogdanov - $28,172 + $14,837 Aggro Santos - $20,650 + $10,694 steakaddict. - $15,136 + $3,101 L1VeYRdrEamS - $11,095 + $4,601 geokrinikali - $8,132 + $5,550 surprisefirm - $5,961 + $2,445 jucetoor18 - $4,369 + $7,279 Anton720 - $3,202 + $7,390 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $115k Gtd 747 entrants, $149,400 prize pool ryzio - $23,672* DIGITEAM - $20,131* 99dm84 - $13,367 luelue399 - $9,700 SoCloseCall - $7,039 JopperHarryN - $5,108 Hustlaaaaaa - $3,707 yadio - $2,690 CherryOnT0p - $1,952 PokerStars High Roller Club $1,050 Sunday Supersonic $125k Gtd 137 entrants, $139,172 prize pool wizowizo - $29,212 bencb789 - $22,454 newguy88 - $17,259 BillLewinsky - $13,266 ramastar88 - $10,196 anteen - $7,837 PokerStars High Roller Club $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up $125k Gtd 144 entrants, $144,000 prize pool wizowizo - $30,225 ale6ka - $23,478 Secret_M0d3 - $18,237 edudrake1987 - $14,166 cartoon2387 - $11,004 steakaddict. - $8,548 iamivar - $6,640 girafganger7 - $5,157 papan9_p$ - $4,250 partypoker $2,100 Sunday High Roller $300k Gtd 176 entrants, $360,800 prize pool Jizoint - $32,262 + $51,745 bfklg - $32,227 + $18,407 No_No_No - $22,672 + $8,629 Cowboy_Frank - $16,424 + $3,937 GordonBanks. - $12,091 + $4,396 sims_or_sins... - $8,061 + $4,364 EinsWuRstSalaT - $4,840 + $2,625 BreakingTheLaw - $4,840 + $1,575 Therock1972 - $4,840 + 1,575 partypoker $530 Sunday HR Phased Final - $250k Gtd 535 entrants, $256,700 prize pool TheNakedMan - $44,329* Venustraphobia - $37,532* XXjaycXX - $23,180 honig_im_hear - $16,043 Awebber - $11,294 Max Mate - $8,163 PrinceOfWhales - $5,878 Jizoint - $4,209 aaaaaaaaaaaa- $3,388 partypoker $5,200 High Roller The Big Game $500k Gtd 119 entrants, $595,000 prize pool SleevePatrol - $145,775 The Undecided - $104,125 BlueMagic1 - $74,375 kgroqigmqtbmqom - $52,062 YouGotTheDud - $38,675 aaabbb - $29,750 CalmDownMan - $23,800 Loveplz - $19,337 OmarBingo - $14,875 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Masters - $200k Gtd 233 entrants, $233,000 prize pool Achtungdiekurve - $47,508 SunTzu - $34,484 Dandelion32892 - $24,581 McDonalds - $18,174 Art3m1s - $12,815 XXjaycXX - $9,786 Pablos - $7,223 Paquitoo - $5,359 888poker $100,000 Sunday Mega Deep $215 PKO Edition 455 entrants – $100,000 prize pool JonnyJamz - $10,545 + $6,529 BeeTheBeagle - $7,902 + $2,880 stroposoz - $5,995 + $1,924 RagnAArok - $4,496 + $2,723 pinedinho10 - $3,106 + $742 Placebo36 - $2,398 + $712 LiverpoolFor - $1,853 + $981 23NoraB - $1,308 + $1,040 Bombertime1 - $953 + $465 GGPoker Sunday Blade $5k 30 entrants, $142,500 prize pool Joeri_van_Heeten - $64,059 Picasso16 - $39,371 MickyM - $24,197 nbvcxz - $14,871 *denotes money-deal
  3. In the span of a few days earlier this month, England's Scott Aggro SantosMargereson (pictured) won not one, but two PokerStarsWCOOP titles. The first was worth $106,000 and came in a $320 No Limit Hold'em Zoom event. The second occurred two days later in the series' Sunday Warm-Up and was worth nearly a quarter-of-a-million dollars. Not surprisingly, he has shot up to #33 worldwide in the PocketFives Online Poker Rankings and is #6 in the UK. Margereson sat down with PocketFives to talk about his latest accomplishment. PocketFives: How are you feeling about your WCOOP titles? It must be surreal at this point. Scott Margereson: It's quite strange. After the $320 Zoom win, I was over the moon. After the Warm-Up, I don't really feel that much different. To be honest, it doesn't really feel like real life. I've barely logged any volume this year, as my main game has been cash for a while now. I was expecting to continue the steady grind up. I was still going to play on Sundays and during the big series, so I knew there was a chance I could have a decent score, but I never expected this. PocketFives: What do you attribute it to? Scott Margereson: Honestly, I'm just a guy who has gone on a heater at the right time of year. The Warm-Up played kind of deep up until we started getting toward the final table and I'm much more skilled deep now than I was six months ago, so that may have helped slightly, but for the most part, I got extremely lucky. PocketFives: Do you want to play more cash games or stick to the mix you currently have? What cash games do you play? Scott Margereson: I'm quite happy with the mix I have right now. Tournaments are nice to play when the games are big, but I don't have the heart to do it day in, day out anymore. I'm mainly playing $500 Zoom on PokerStars and also some of the Rush games when they run on Full Tilt. I like the flexibility of the hours when playing cash games and as far as an actual hourly rate goes, I'm pretty sure that on a standard weekday I'm making a higher hourly than I would playing an MTT session. PocketFives: What advice do you have for aspiring cash game players? Scott Margereson: My advice would be that if you can hack the variance of MTTs day in, day out, then stick to those since switching to cash games is a lot of hard work. I came from cash games originally before I switched to MTTs. PocketFives: How did you get started in poker originally and why did you gravitate toward cash games at the beginning? Scott Margereson: I got started in poker in a home game originally, then won a free $50 deposit on Full Tilt, and started out that way. A friend of mine told me about this free $50 that I could get and he was playing cash games, so I started out like that as well. PocketFives: How often do you get to play live poker? Scott Margereson: I enjoy playing live every once in a while. It's kind of refreshing, but eventually it becomes pretty boring with the small number of hands you play. One thing it does, though, is makes you appreciate online poker a lot more. I play most EPTs when I can and went to the WSOP for the first time this year for the Main Event, which unfortunately saw me busting before the dinner break on Day 1. The WCOOP and other big-time series run on PokerStars. If you don't already have a PokerStars account, sign up through the links on PocketFives to get a 100% up to $600 deposit bonus along with one free month of PocketFives Training with no sign-up fee. Click hereto get started.
  4. Last month, England's Scott Aggro SantosMargereson (pictured) won his third PocketFives Triple Crown. He took down three $10,000 prize pool tournaments with at least 100 players each on three sites tracked for the PocketFives Rankings within seven days and made over $25,000 in the process. "It came at a nice time because I started playing for myself a couple of months ago and was on a bit of a downswing right before I won the Triple Crown," Margereson told PocketFives. "In winning the Triple Crown, I had a great Sunday that got me out of the hole I was in." Margereson took down the PokerStars.fr Sunday High Rollerand Winamax Magnumon February 9 for the first two legs of his Triple Crown. He then needed all of a day to win the Full Tilt Monday Mayhem to wrap it up. The Sunday High Roller had a buy-in of €300 and fetched nearly 200 players. "It's a well-structured tournament that plays particularly deep early on, which I feel suits me," Margereson said of the PokerStars.fr contest. "It used to be really soft, but a lot of dot-com regs have moved over there in the last year, so it has gotten a bit tougher. I have run pretty well in it recently." When will we see Triple Crown number four, which will put him in very exclusive company on the site? "I'm actually surprised I managed to win a third one," he said. "I have a love-hate relationship with tournament poker. I go through periods of two weeks where I'll grind a decent amount and then the following two weeks I'll barely play at all, maybe a couple days a week. So, I was probably fortunate to win this and it was probably only because the stuff I won was on Sunday and Monday. By Wednesday, I was probably sick of MTTs." Margereson is up to $1.6 million in tracked online MTTs and said he wants to continue building his bankroll for the rest of the year. Plus, he recently moved, so we'd imagine there are still a few expenses to deal with. "I recently moved out to Playa del Carmen (pictured) due to the UK time zone being so terrible and it's great out here," he relayed. "As long as I'm making enough money to not go broke and continue to live here, I'm happy." Has the move to Mexico contributed to his recent success? He evaluated, "I'm not really sure to be honest. It is definitely less stressful living out here than at home, so maybe that's part of it. But, I think the main factor was winning some all-ins when it mattered." Margereson has won one Triple Crown per year for the last three years. Here's a look at his accolades, which you can see have come on a total of seven different sites: October 19, 2012 on PartyPoker, 888 Poker, and PokerStars for 361 PLB Points June 3, 2013 on bwin, Full Tilt, and 888 Poker for 360 PLB Points February 10, 2014 on PokerStars.fr, Winamax, and Full Tilt for 579 PLB Points See who else has made waves by visiting our Triple Crown Wall of Champions. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  5. PokerStars recently announced their WCOOP schedule which gets underway in early September, which gives players just a matter of weeks to find their form before the event along with its huge guarantees takes place. One of Poland's best online grinders has gotten himself off to a fantastic start. 'pyszalek' came through a massive 5,875 entrants in this week's PokerStars Sunday Million to win over $158,000, after 'Tinchoolp768' fell during heads-up play. 'ROSTBURK' took the Sunday Million bronze medal alongside $78,127 before the final battle commenced. After no deals were agreed to on the final table, there was a difference of nearly $47,000 from the first and second place prize. 'Tinchoolp768' was the unlucky player to fall at the last hurdle and banked $111,329, as 'pyszalek' was crowned the champion. Scott 'Aggro Santos' Margereson took third-place in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller as 'kitaec80' claimed victory. The heads-up battle between 'kitaec80' and 'frredd' occurred after 95 other entrants had fallen from the field, with the latter the final player to exit for a prize worth $34,818. Margereson's bronze medal finish was worth $26,369, and also marked back-to-back final table appearances after the Brit claimed sixth-place in the event last week. But it was 'kitaec80' who ultimately went the distance and claimed the $45,976 first-place prize. A 1,071 player field in the PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up came together to create a prize pool worth $214,200, with 'Rens02' the player to bag the majority share. 'Coland3r' was rewarded with $17,967 for third, and 'valdemaar74' took away $24,989 as runner-up, which left 'Rens02' to claim the top prize and title worth $34,755. Current world no.#2 ranked player 'HellmuthTheGr8' took down the partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller 6-Max after a heads-up deal was made with 'MisterN411'. 106 entrants meant the $100,000 gtd was broken and the top 12 places paid. 'MaXiMuSpkr' took the bronze for $12,720 before the final two players made a deal. 'MisterN411' agreed to $25,610 and ultimately exited in second-place as 'HellmuthTheGr8' or 'C. Darwin2' as he is more commonly known, picked up the win for $28,216. The familiar name of 'MisterN411' popped up once more on the Sunday Major final tables and this time their name was first in the prizes list, rather than second. 'MisterN411' took the silver medal on partypoker after a heads-up deal in the 6-Max High roller, but did one better in the 888poker $1,050 The $80,000 Whale after they claimed victory in the 77 player field. 'J0hnmccl3an' was the third-place finisher and banked $12,000 before the heads-up battle was set with 'MisterN411' facing off against 'guydeet39'. The winner would take home an additional $10,000 and 'MisterN411' who claimed it for a total prize worth $28,000, with 'guydeet39' taking the consolation prize of $18,000 in second place. Below are this week’s Sunday final table results: PokerStars Sunday Million ($200 + $15 NLHE) $1M Guaranteed 5,875 entrants, $1,175,000 prize pool pyszalek - $158,644.59 Tinchoolp768 - $111,329.60 ROSTBURK - $78,127.63 HakkaZilla - $54,827.61 LBBigSlickAK - $38,476.43 zl4pped - $27,001.61 Hadendude - $18,948.99 Jappsa - $13,297.94 kznh - $9,332.20 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $125k Gtd 97 entrants, $194,000 prize pool kitaec80 - $45,976.12 frredd - $34,818.90 Aggro Santos - $26,369.27 Greenstone25 - $19,970.14 YRWTHMELTHR - $15,123.91 girafganger7 - $11,453.74 Remi Lebo_10 - $8,674.20 elliottpet - $6,569.20 mikki696 - $5,644.52 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $300k Gtd 824 entrants, $412,000 prize pool pabritz - $34,657.56 + $18,934.50 (in bounties) luckynikNN - $25.403.44 + $9,688.44 (in bounties) Cricketsucks - $18,620.62 + $10,208.27 (in bounties) APonakov - $13,648.88 + $5,933.60 (in bounties) Nurlux - $18,620.62 + $10,004.59 (in bounties) GaborMarton - $7,333.33 + $3,726.56 (in bounties) hoangtinhvan - $5,375.32 + $4,621.09 (in bounties) Tr!pleeeee - $3,940.10 + $2,593.76 (in bounties) The_Freshlex - $2,888.07 + $2,695.31 (in bounties) PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $175k Gtd 1,071 entrants, $214,200 prize pool Rens02 - $34,755.90 valdemaar74 - $24,989.23 Coland3r - $17,967.46 ccccpusa - $12,918.76 Sykoen - $9,288.69 JWLMRS - $6,678.67 Cashcid Linc - $4,802.02 Ewokwat - $3,452.71 AceSpades11 - $2,482.53 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller 6-Max $100k Gtd 106 entrants, $106,000 prize pool HellmuthTheGr8 - $28,216.90* MisterN411 - $25,610.57* MaXiMuSpkr - $12,720 HungarysHero - $9,275 psycoelios - $6,625 Chelsea72 - $4,505 jizonhisniz - $3,445 PLOoNlY - $3,445 Sentapied99 - $3,445 *denotes heads-up deal partypoker $1,050 Sunday Bounty Hunter–HR $150k 162 entrants, $165,240 prize pool EmilioSurita - $16,362.88 + $17,578.44 (in bounties) KERRMODE - $12,040.65 + $8,039.69 (in bounties) IN INFINITY - $8,860.18 + $5,321.87 (in bounties) eet_smakelijk - $6,519.77 + $4,468.75 (in bounties) dartazz - $4,797.63 + $1,917.50 (in bounties) JimyTransaction - $3,530.30 + $3,510.00 (in bounties) Ro0b1ckne11 - $2,597.67 + $2,892.50 (in bounties) Garrin4e1 - $1,911.60 + $2,275.00 (in bounties) The_little_boy - $1,911.60 + $2,795.00 (in bounties) partypoker $2,500 Sunday Super High Roller $150k Gtd 67 entrants, $167,500 prize pool maniakboy - $51,087.50 uwannagobud - $34,337.50 InthisCity - $23,450 onehundredeyes - $15,075 ALLYOURLOOT - $11,725 WelshWizard - $9,212.50 barrm111 - $7,956.25 PokerGr1l69 - $7,537.50 Dork Pork - $7,118.75 partypoker $530 Main Event-HR $100k Gtd 257 entrants, $128,500 prize pool Seu0nofre - $24,656.25 MoNddLer - $18,072.75 sonmonedass - $13,247.32 mbsfn - $9,710.23 TullaMoreFan12 - $7,117.61 KrillleR - $5,217.10 AlligatorBLUD - $3,824.16 OMG_riverboys - $2,803.09 MOTHERSMATTERS - $2,803.09 888poker $1,050 The $80,000 Whale 77 entrants – $80,000 prize pool MisterN411 - $28,000 guydeet39 - $18,000 J0hnmccl3an - $12,000 josef_shvejk - $8,000 Streusalz - $6,000 StuntSoHard - $4,400 888Dominik - $3,600 888poker $215 $100,000 Sunday Mega Deep 495 entrants – $100,000 prize pool TonyCipolla9 - $19,250 matros.ru - $14,250 tikkapekka - $10,750 botteonpoker - $7,750 radasahk - $5,250 Pik00rs - $3,750 888tonkaaaa - $2,750 NEONTIGER - $2,250  
  6. For one week only, the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million switched up its format and played out as a PKO event with each player having a bounty on their heads. The prize pool reached $1,279,000 after 12,790 players took to the virtual tables and when all was said and done, '42ayay' came out on top. 'Stefkol' took the bronze medal for - $33,393 + $1,661, before 'The39player' departed as runner-up for $46,015 + $10,652, with '42ayay' winning the final bounty and banked $63,416 + $28,055. Tomi 'Elmerixx' Brouk bested a 158 player-field in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller to win $63,707. Scott 'Aggro Santos' Margereson took fourth place for $29,076 before Dominik 'Bounatirou' Nitsche claimed third place for $37,765. Finland's Brouk then got the better of former world ranked #1 Joao 'IneedMassari' Simao heads-up, with the Brazilian player having to settle for $49,051 as runner-up. It was then time for Brouk's bitB business partner Samuel '€urop€an' Vousden to claim a gold medal after the Finn took down the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller. Vousden added a massive $46,455 + $42,224 in bounties to his bankroll after navigating his way through the 1,142 player-field. 'marathur1' took the silver medal for $34,051 + $7,865, and 'Tomatee' was awarded $24,959 + $3,240 for third place. The PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up also became a PKO event for one week only and with the players battling for the bounties it was 'herr_01' who was victourious. 'Ship_tHis_fu' collected $11,307 alongside $1,217 in bounties, before 'Dawhisky' exited at the last for $15,726 + $3,453, and 'herr_01' took the win for $21,874 + $19,862. partypoker online Team Pro Travis 'DramaticDegen' Darroch continued his good form to take second place in the partypoker $530 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter for $16,595 + $2,313.'blackaces93' banked $11,384 + $1,853 in third place, before Darroch lost out to 'BigPescado69' heads-up with the latter awarded with $16,617 + $28,405 for victory. The 888poker $100,000 Whale featured a new 'Rake or Break' concept with players receiving their registration fee back from $530 buy-in event if the guarantee was not hit. That was to be the case with 176 entrants creating an $88,000 prize pool, with 'ThERaIN96' defeating 'IggyGak' heads-up to win the $20,240 top prize. Canada's Tim 'REALTTWIST' Kelly won $19,350 for victory in the 888poker $100,000 $215 Sunday Mega Deep. 'inkhole' claimed third place for $11,000 and 'TonyCipolla9' was the runner-up for $14,500. 'NOMAMES' had a Sunday to remember on GGPoker after securing first place in the Sunday Blade $10k and second place in the Sunday Blade $5k. The $10k Blade attracted 22 entrants, and 'NOMAMES' was victorious for a staggering $111,501. But they weren't done for the day and added another $52,459 to their day's earnings in the $5k Blade, but fell at the last hurdle against 'ST4rGaz3R' who took the $85,314 top prize. PokerStars $109 Sunday Million $1M Guaranteed - Knockout Sunday 12,790 entrants, $1,279,000 prize pool 42ayay - $63,416.90 + $28,055.64 The39player - $46,015.86 + $10,652.02 Stefkol - $33,393.79 + $1,661.80 GizMo - $24,233.85 + $5,430.97 KuznevychK - $17,586.56 + $2,239.22 Phanteidos - $12,762.62 + $5,252.65 salomon852 - $9,261.87 + $4,252.43 dawhiteninja - $6,721.40 + $646.87 MilonTI - $4,877.78 + $2,209.54 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $200k Gtd 158 entrants, $316,000 prize pool elmerixx - $63,707.60 IneedMassari - $49,051.21 Bounatirou - $37,765.16 Aggro Santos - $29,076.45 MB Tremendo - $22,386.79 Amadi_017 - $17,236.22 Corlusion - $13,270.67 probirs - $10,217.44 raidalot - $7,866.72 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $400k Gtd 1,142 entrants, $571,000 prize pool €urop€an - $46,455.38 + $42,224.48 marathur1 - $34,051.21 + $7,865.22 Tomatee - $24,959.43 + $3,240.23 KKing James - $18,295.18 + $9,386.70 bob43155 - $13,410.30 + $3,695.32 buck21 - $9,829.70 + $1,835.94 cigarromata - $7,205.13 + $2,234.38 bigstealer - $5,821.35 + $8,632.80 LoneHixx - $3,871.23 + $6,857.42 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $250k Gtd - Knockout Sunday 1,420 entrants, $284,000 prize pool herr_01 - $21,874.18 + $19,862.76 Dawhisky - $15,726.76 + $3,453.92 Ship_tHis_fu - $11,307.67 + $1,217.19 MrBarrett82 - $8,130.30 + $1,689.85 pokanuktus - $5,845.75 + $2,360.16 riddup - $4,203.14 + $1,832.82 NVladislav - $3,022.08 + $1,054.69 23noraB - $2,172.89 + $603.13 SiNJay91 - $1,562.32 + $1,516.01 partypoker $530 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter - $150k Gtd 332 entrants, $170,150 prize pool slayerv1fan - $12,716.20 + $17,798.87 Hac3Cosas - $12,699.56 + $6,580.98 Barsukeen - $8,804.73 + $2,481.45 AS Leshiy - $6,308.54 + $262.50 mnbvcxzlkj - $4,493.13 + $3,260.77 Paul07new - $3,331.27 + $984.37 Mitrandir88 - $2,314.64 + $795.70 FkTheseGuysBro - $1,688.33 + $2,477.34 partypoker $530 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter - $200k Gtd 450 entrants, $230,625 prize pool BigPescado69 - $16,617.71 + $28,405.61 DramaticDegen - $16,595.16 + $2,313.29 blackaces93 - $11,384.42 + $1,853.90 zupsherlock - $7,919.60 + $3,789.85 Maddonaa - $5,617.96 + $1,378.12 Hac3Cosas - $4,083.54 + $492.19 Alien_Army - $2,907.97 + $3,262.80 MinusEve - $2,103.64 + $1,755.46 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Terminator - $200k Gtd 212 entrants, $216,240 prize pool MisterN411 - $17,089.53 + $19,711.26 STORTjavlaGL - $17,068.29 + $12,073.74 Ilove2fish - $12,174.48 + $2,535 FkTheseGuysBro - $9,001.03 + $5,005 aLiNeNok1617 - $6,346.88 + $5,248.75 Barsukeen - $4,846.71 + $1,982.50 WWWpartyCOM - $3,577.33 + $3,380 savageplenty - $2,654.15 + $5,297.50 888poker $100,000 Rake or Break Whale 176 entrants – $88,000 prize pool ThERaIN96 - $20,240 IggyGak - $14,080 alwayswin111 - $10,692 anteen - $7,920 wellyxx - $5,280 Isildur1337 -$4,400 kishutya23 - $3,520 lincownz - $2,640 plomaha - $2,200 888poker $100,000 $215 Sunday Mega Deep 452 entrants – $100,000 prize pool REALTTWIST - $19,350 TonyCipolla9 - $14,500 inkhole - $11,000 megis22 - $8,250 alis2005 - $5,700 GuvGuv37 - $4,400 Naroni - $3,400 Kelvin_kerbe - $2,400 deeman1823 - $1,750 GGPoker Sunday Blade $10k $200,000 Gtd 22 entrants – $213,400 prize pool NOMAMES - $111,501.50 KenBrynney - $67,449.42 SakukeUchiha - $34,449.07 GGPoker Sunday Blade $5k $200,000 Gtd 47 entrants – $223,250 prize pool ST4rGaz3R - $85,314.87 NOMAMES - $52,459.28 FkTheseGuysBro - $35,235.52 AceKing41 - $23,666.77 ImLivid Buddy - $15,896.35 KenBrynney - $10,677.17
  7. Late last month, Scott Aggro SantosMargereson (pictured) took down the PokerStars Sunday Million outright and pocketed $194,000. There were almost 6,400 entrants and Margereson led the group of 990 who finished in the money. He is nearing $3 million in career online tournament winnings and told us, "It hasn't really sunk in yet. I can't believe how well I've run." Despite running well overall, that particular Sunday was a bloodbath prior to the Million. He told us, "I won just about every all-in from start to finish in the Million, but it was a pretty miserable Sunday overall, so I was one-tabling that for a long, long time." It was his second largest tracked cash to date, trailing only a $244,000 WCOOP Sunday Warm-Up win last year. Margereson won the Winamax Main Eventfor $22,000 the same week as he took down the Sunday Million and finished third in a $265 NLHE Knockout a few days ago for $13,000. "It's nice to be getting some heat before SCOOP and the WSOP after what has been a pretty miserable start to the year," he told us. His recent surge has almost been surreal in a way, as the recent Sunday Million winner explained, "It all doesn't seem that real, especially considering that while I've had all of these scores, MTTs haven't been my main focus. I'm very fortunate for this to have happened." Cash games have been Margereson's main focus since last August, but he has been playing tournaments on Sundays and also turning in a few midweek sessions to break up the grind. He usually plays $2/$4 and $5/$10 cash games and told us, "If I can get a seat in higher stakes games that are good, I play those also." It's fitting that we're writing about Margereson now, as he is #25 worldwide in the PocketFives Poker Rankings, his best showing ever. He is the fourth-ranked player in the UK and tops in the city of Chesterfield. "I've always been a big fan of games as a whole, whatever it may be, and I think when I discovered poker in a home game years ago I took to it right away." He started playing full-time when he was 18 and, accordingly, has not held down a full-time job. "Everyone was apprehensive at first, but that's to be expected," Margereson said of how his friends and family reacted to his decision to play poker for a living. "After time, people eventually realize everything is going to be okay." When we caught up with Margereson, he was camped out in Playa del Carmen, Mexico (pictured), many thousands of miles away from the UK. "There's not much to do other than relax in the sun and then go out at night," he joked. "I'm looking forward to a change of scenery when I go to Las Vegas for the WSOP and then go home to the UK for a while." By the way, Margereson was in Playa del Carmen for the first six months of 2014 and then went back to the UK. He kept a similar schedule this year, but headed to Mexico after the Aussie Millions and PCA. Margereson has two WCOOP titles under his belt to go along with a Sunday Million victory, a Winamax W Series win, a Sunday Kickoff win, and several High Roller victories, just to name a few. Congrats to Margereson on his big Sunday Million title! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
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