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  1. [caption width="640"] Andrey Zaichenko added a second World Championship of Online Poker title on Thursday (PokerStars/Neil Stoddart photo)[/caption] Day 11 of the World Championship of Online Poker featured the final tables of two No Limit Hold’em tournaments along with that of the Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Championship. Each event easily surpassed its guarantee, and in one case more than doubled it. Played out over two long days, Event #37, a $215 buy-in No Limit Hold’em tournament with option to rebuy twice and add-on once, resulted in a final table lineup that would put any pro to the test
  2. Fedor Holzhas had himself quite the summer. The former PocketFives#1-ranked player had won a couple of Aria High Rollers, finished runner-up in the Poker Central Super High Roller Bowl and he capped it all off on Sunday by winning the One Drop High Roller for his first career bracelet. Holz’s victory came while Day 1B of the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event played out around him and followed up Courtney Kennedy’s own bracelet win in the Ladies Event earlier in the day. Event #65: Courtney Kennedy Wins Ladies Championship [caption width="640"] Courtney Kennedy is the 2016 WS
  3. Russia's Andrey Zaichenko began day 6 of the 2014 World Series of Poker with 3,565,000 in chips, which placed him near the top of the pack tied for 20th place with 79 players remaining. He is known as Zayaon PocketFives and plays online poker under the user name Kroko-dill. He finished the 2014 WSOP Main Event in 17th place for $347,000. Zaichenko had $1.3 million in live tournament cashes to his name heading into the 2014 Main Event, with his biggest Main Event finish coming in 2012 when he took 232nd place for almost $45,000. In April 2008, Zaichenko finished in second place in a €2,
  4. [caption width="640"] Benny Glaser became the third player to win a second 2016 WSOP bracelet on Wednesday (WSOP photo)[/caption] While Jason Mercier continues to be the top story of the 2016 World Series of Poker, Benny Glaser is doing his best to grab some of the headlines as well. On Wednesday the British poker pro won his second bracelet of the summer in the $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Championship, taking it down just days after winning the $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo event. Glaser joins Mercier and and Ian Johns as 2016 double-bracelet winners. Meanwhile Russian poker pro Andrey Zaichenko won the
  5. [caption width="640"] Andrey Zaichenko defended his title in the K Omaha Hi-Lo WCOOP event (PokerStars/Neil Stoddart photo)[/caption] Saturday’s World Championshiop of Poker Action final table action on PokerStars, which consisted of just two events playing to a winner, had a bit of a theme to it: back- to-back. Russia’s Andrey Zaichenko won the same event he won last year, $1,050 Eight Max Omaha Hi-Lo, while the runner-up, ‘hotmark777’, finished second in an event for the second straight day. Zaichenko topped the 185-player field in Event #71 High ($1,050 Eight Max Omahad Hi-Lo) to wi

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