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  1. Mike Leah didn't get to play much of the 2019 World Series of Poker after his first child was born during the summer. The Canadian doesn't have to miss a single hand of the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker though and on Saturday he made the most of it by winning his third career WCOOP title. Leah topped a 219-player field in Event #38 High ($2,100 No Limit Hold'em Turbo) for $85,476.67. After the victory, he tweeted a winner photo that included his newest addition. Andreas 'mrAndreeew' Berggren finished runner-up for $65,843.57 and Rui 'RuiNF' Ferreira was third for $5
  2. 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 thre
  3. It has been a groundbreaking year for Polish PocketFiver bartek901(pictured), who earned his $1 million cash badge, final tabled the WCOOP Super Tuesday for $150,000, and took second in the PokerStarsSunday $109 Rebuy for $64,000, just to name a few scores. He's the top-ranked Poland poker community member on PocketFives. "I'm feeling pretty good," he told us. "The $1 million badge is a badge I wanted to get and I am glad I finally have it." On why one of his goals was reaching $1 million in online tournament winnings in the first place, bartek901 explained, "For the same reason I want to
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