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  1. The global Coronavirus pandemic meant poker looked very different in 2020 than it has in any other year. That didn't stop some of the most talented players in the world from putting on a show every time they took to the felt in 2020. It Was Connor Drinan's World, We Were All Just Living In It Connor Drinan had a year any poker player would dream of - and he did it while playing a somewhat limited schedule. In May, Drinan, who calls Las Vegas home, traveled outside of the United States to play the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker more than a week after it began. He quickly made up for lost time and put on a show for the ages. Drinan started things off by winning Event #34 High ($530 PLO) for $34,421 on his first day back in action. Two days later he outlasted 149 other entries to ship Event #40 High ($5,200 PLO Six Max) for $152,011. He didn't even wait another 24 hours before completing the hat trick. Drinan won Event #45 ($215 NLO8 Six Max PKO) for a $105,200 payday. Three days after that, Drinan won Event #56 High ($1,050 HORSE) and added $30,223 to his ever-growing bankroll. That win tied him with former #1-ranked Shaun Deeb for most SCOOP titles in a single year with four, but Drinan, wasn't quite finished yet. Just three days later, Drinan beat 158 other runners to win Event #75 High ($10,300 PLO) for what was then a career-best $322,264 score and a record-setting fifth SCOOP title of the year. That final table included the likes of Ben Tollerene, Linus Linus Loeliger, Talal Shakerchi, Gavin Cochrane, Joao Vieira, and eventual runner-up Jens Kyllonen.   Drinan set the record over a nine day span (May 9 - 17) and won a total of $553,504 for those five wins. He had 25 other SCOOP cashes, including one other final table. That was Drinan's spring adventure. When the summer came, Drinan turned his attention the online World Series of Poker events, first in Las Vegas for the WSOP.com schedule, and then back to Mexico to get it on the GGPoker events. In Las Vegas, Drinan cashed six times, highlighted by a sixth place finish in Event #13 ($1,500 High Roller Freezeout) before heading down to Mexico with former PocketFives #1 Chris Moorman to battle the worldwide market in a quest for a bracelet against much larger fields. He started off hot with a seventh place finish in Event #50 ($2,100 NLHE Bounty Championship) and then rattled off 13 more cashes before taking his seat in the biggest buy-in event on the schedule, Event #83 ($10,000 WSOP Super MILLION$). Drinan worked his way through 890 other entries to make the final table alongside former #1 PocketFiver Chris Oliver, Christopher Kruk, and 2013 November Niner Sylvain Loosli. Despite starting the final table sixth in chips, Drinan worked his way through that group and found himself with a better than 4-1 lead heads-up against Daniyar Aubakirov. Drinan didn't need long to put Aubakirov to rest to claim his first career WSOP bracelet and the $1,423,049 first place prize. Drinan also picked up a few extra dollars thanks to a bracelet bet with Daniel Negreanu. Another Conor Crushed 2020, Too Midway through 2020, Conor Beresford did what seemed nearly impossible at one point: he unseeded Sweden's 'lena900' from the #1 spot on PocketFives and then held onto it for more than seven months. Beresford officially took over the highly coveted #1 spot on May 16 after winning SCOOP Event #18 Medium ($215 NLHE Sunday Cooldown SE) on May 3 and Event #32 High on 7. Those wins gave Beresford a combined $124,538 in winnings and 645.25 PLB points, but he had set himself up to move into the #1 spot wish a series of career-defining scores beginning at the end of January. On January 30, Beresford finished runner-up in the GGPoker Phased: 2020 Series Championship event for $611,134 and 399.91 points. The Brit then picked up $617,857 and 1,236.19 points for winning a pair of PokerStars High Rollers events just four days apart in March. In September, Beresford crossed a career accolade off of his to-do list by winning PokerStars WCOOP Event #33 High ($5,200 NLHE High Roller) for $162,674.33. Despite his heavy list of accomplishments, this was the first time in his career that Beresford topped a WCOOP event. Attesting to his dominance this year, the four biggest scores in Beresford's online career, five of his top six, and six of his top ten, all came in 2020. The Arena Seemed Not to Matter To Timothy Adams When live poker basically shut down around the world in March, there might not have been a hotter player than Timothy Adams. The Canadian cashed both the $100K and $50K Challenge at the 2020 Aussie Millions in January and then won an Australian Poker Open $25,000 event before winning Super High Roller Bowl Australia. All told, Adams added $2.1 million to his bankroll before Valentine's Day. In March, he found himself in Russia. He posted a fifth place finish in a $25,000 event at the partypoker MILLIONS Sochi Super High Roller Series before beating 39 other entries to win Super High Roller Bowl Russia. Those two scores put another $3,716,000 into his bank account. Adams didn't slow down once the action was forced online. Adams won one Poker Masters Online event and cashed in another ten PMO events to finish fourth in the race for the Purple Jacket in April. He closed out the year by finishing runner-up in the European Poker Tour Online event for $728,632.82, finished eighth in the EPT Online $10,000 High Roller, and then won a GGPoker Super MILLION$ for $315,158. Success at Nearly Every Turn: Yuri Dzivielevski While Bruno Botteon rose the #1 spot on the PocketFives Rankings this year, fellow Brazilian Yuri Dzivielevski went about his work. Dzivielevski, who was #1 in 2014 and 2015, won partypoker POWERFEST titles on March 19 and April 3, before earning his second career WSOP bracelet after coming out on top of the 4,356-entry field in Event #42 ($400 PLOssus) for $221,557 in August. He cashed in 14 other WSOP events to wrap up the summer. That was just an appetizer for what Dzivielevski pulled off in the fall. Against the toughest competitors that the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker has to offer, Dzivielevski emerged victorious not once, not twice, but three times in the first two weeks of the 25-day festival. He won Event #9 High ($1,050 NL 2-7), Event #20 ($1,050 HORSE), and Event #48 ($5,200 NLHE PKO) for more than $180,000 in winnings. Viktor Blom Had Himself a Work Week To Remember While the other players mentioned here all put together a string of results spread out over the course of the entire year, Swedish superstar Viktor Blom condensed all of his crushing into a single week - and still had time for a weekend of rest at the end. In May, Blom won three Super High Roller Bowl Online events in a span of just five days. He won Event #9 ($10,300 High Roller) for $213,750 on May 26, Event #14 ($25,500 Super High Roller) for $407,500 on May 28, and then capped it off by taking down Event #21 ($10,300 High Roller) to earn $195,250 on May 30. He also picked up a runner-up finish in Event #8 ($25,500 Super High Roller) for $365,500 to bring his SHRB Online earnings to $1,182,000.
  2. The PocketFives Online Poker Rankingswere recalculated today and, for the third straight week, Anton VnilaVaderHerrmann was the top player in the world. He continues to rack up cashes too, including an $11,000 haul for winning a PokerStars $320 No Limit Hold'em Six-Max tournament one week ago and a $42,000 haul for taking down the site's Bigger $55 two days before that. Herrmann has a 100-point lead over second place in the Rankings. We have two newcomers to the top 10 this week. The first is Connor blanconegro Drinan (pictured), who entered at #8 worldwide, his highest position ever. Drinan has been on fire this week, winning the PokerStars Hotter $75 on Sunday for $27,000 and final tabling the Sunday Second Chance the same day for another $13,000. The second newcomer to the top 10 this week was Alen lilachaaBilic, a recent PocketFives interviewee who won the iPoker Sunday Special ten days ago for $33,000 and took down the PokerStars Sunday 500 on April 13 for $79,000 officially. Bilic opened the month of April by earning an FTOPS jersey and is up to $1.3 million in tracked scores. We wouldn't be surprised to see him crack the top five next week. Sweden's Yaya24, one of six Swedes in the top 12 of the Rankings, moved up seven spots after being ranked #19 last week. Yaya24 won the Full Tilt PokerT-Rex over the weekend for $25,000 and finished second in a Winamax W Series tournament earlier this month for $22,000. Shooting up 31 spots this week, one of the biggest jumps of anyone in the top 100, was Canada's Lockhurt(pictured), who settled at #52, his highest position ever. Lockhurt won the PokerStars $109 No Limit Hold'em Cubed for $23,000 on Sunday and final tabled the Bigger $162 on April 20 for $17,000. He is the top-ranked player in Newmarket, Ontario and plays as UncleAnte9on PokerStars. Speaking of Canadians, Vancouver's d.quangmotored from #86 to #57 on the strength of a victory in a PokerStars Carnival tournament for $30,000 nine days ago. He received his $2 million cash badge last week and can be found under the user name PrestonBankson 888 Poker. Hungary's breeth (pictured) debuted at #65 worldwide, the highest ranking of anyone entering the top 100 of the Rankings this week. He was ranked as high as #3 on PocketFives five years ago and won a PokerStars $109 No Limit Hold'em Turbo on Sunday for $19,000. On April 15, he final tabled the site's Super Tuesday and reeled in $30,000. breeth is the #1 player in Hungary. Here are the top 10 players in the PocketFives Rankings this week along with the PLB score for each: 1. VnilaVader- 7,679 points 2. Flush_Entity - 7,562 points 3. lukethafluke - 7,439 points 4. Sheater - 7,428 points 5. moorman1 - 7,420 points 6. r4ndomr4gs - 7,299 points 7. huiiiiiiiiii - 7,079 points 8. blanconegro- 7,047 points 9. lilachaa- 6,861 points 10. brianm15 - 6,791 points Congrats to all of our ranked players this week. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  3. [caption width="640"] Connor Drinan used a massive Sunday score to move into the top 10 of the PocketFives Rankings (WPT photo)[/caption] The last week was basically more of the same for the players at the top of the PocketFives Rankings as 'C Darwin2' held on to the #1 spot. The Swedish superstar wasn't the only player to hold on to his spot. The top four are the same as last week as Steven 'SvZff' van Zadelhoff, 'lena900' and Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao all maintained their spots. The first change came at #5 where Russia's 'veeea' jumped from #6 to #5 after he emerged victorious in the partypoker Heavyweight Uppercut on October 29. That win earned him $9,550 and 223.61 PLB points. Sweden's 'Sheater' moved up from #7 to #6 thanks to a pair of close calls. On October 30 he finished third in the partypoker High Roller Warm Up for $6,377 and 114.51 points. The next day he finished fourth in the PokerStars Super Tuesday for $23,534 and 238.41 points. Andreas 'r4ndomr4gs' Berggren dropped out of the top five, moving from #5 to #7 after being unable to record any qualifying cashes over the past week. The biggest move of the week landed a well-respected grinder in the top 10. Connor 'blanconegro' Drinan, who now plies his trade from Canada, jumped from #28 to #10 after having a Sunday to remember on October 29. Drinan finished 24th in the PokerStars Sunday Million, won the PokerStars Sunday 500 and then finished runner-up in the Hotter $215. Those three cashes earned him a total of $67,432 and 1,007.58 PLB points. While the top 10 had little movement, spots 11-20 saw plenty of change. Jonatan 'Pot4teUS' Hellman moved from #23 to #11 and Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford rose from #20 to #12. Meanwhile, Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky, who was #10 last week, came in this week at #17. The only new entry in the Top 25 this week was Russia's 'NoPlanB'. He moved up one spot from #26 to #25. Dropping out of the Top 25 was Canadian Christopher 'Apotheosis' Kruk. PocketFives Rankings Top 25 RANKPLAYERPOINTSPREVIOUS 1C Darwin210,804.131 2Steven 'SvZff' van Zadelhoff9,752.882 3lena9008,902.103 4Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao8,259.354 5veeea7,436.106 6Sheater7,409.737 7Andreas 'r4ndomr4gs' Berggren7,394.695 8Robin 'inhoo' Ylitalo7,066.208 9Ariados6,968.009 10Connor 'blanconegro' Drinan6,949.3528 11Jonatan 'Pot4teUS' Hellman6,930.7223 12Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford6,901.8020 13Fabrizio 'SixthSense19' Gonzalez6,856.9913 14Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen6,825.8711 15DeathbyQuads6,824.5914 16Laszlo 'omaha4rollz' Bujtas6,810.9212 17Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky6,759.7510 18Andras 'probirs' Nemeth6,755.9317 19Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar6,741.5215 20josef_shvejk6,740.6416 21Kenny 'SpaceyFCB' Hallaert6,689.0522 22nilsef6,664.7119 23Pedro 'PaDiLhA SP' Padilha6,614.2224 24Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard6,583.4818 25NoPlanB6,496.8426
  4. The final Sunday of online poker action in 2018 saw former PocketFives.com #1 ranked player Patrick 'pads1161' Leonard bank over $112,000 after he achieved both a Gold and Silver medal finish. In the biggest event of the day, the PokerStars Sunday Million, 5,597 entrants created a $1,119,400 prize pool with former WCOOP champion 'Erickie' going the distance to win $151,184. 'Gossimer007' departed in third place for $74,452, before Canada's 'pisky16' lost out to Holland's 'Erickie' during heads-up and settled for $106,092 as runner-up. The PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller title went to the Patrick Leonard after he came through a 98 player field. PokerStars Team Pro Liv Boeree was the first player to depart from the final table of nine before 'ga207' and 'imluckbox' also hit the rail. Scott 'AggroSantos' Margereson and Connor 'blanconegro' Drinian then took sixth and fifth place respectively followed by Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford in fourth place. The U.K.'s 'bk0705' just missed out on a place in the heads-up battle and exited in third place for $27,688, which left Leonard to get the better of 'huang33', who took away $36,011, leaving Leonard to win the $46,837 top prize. But Leonard wasn't done for the day and continued his form into the PokerStars Winter Series 29 - High: $530 NLHE, $500K Gtd event. This time around however there was a much bigger field for Leonard to compete against with 1,155 entrants creating a $577,500 prize pool. But the Brit navigated his way into the top three once more and found himself in a second heads-up battle of the day after America's Grayson 'gray31' Ramage hit the rail with a bronze medal for $47,060. But it turned out to be bittersweet for Leonard, who was unable to complete the double and exited as runner-up for $66,018, as '0409479' took the win for $92,614. Canada's #1 ranked player Connor 'blanconegro' Drinan banked over $129,000 for victory in the PokerStars Winter Series 28 - High: $2,100 NLHE [8-Max, Progressive KO, Sunday Warm-Up] event. Drinan battled through a 382 player-field and a heads-up battle with Russia's 'Futti18' to win $69,830 + $60,199 in bounties, with 'Futti18' taking home $52,597 + $38,480 in bounties for second place. The U.K.'s Stuart 'guitey' Guite recorded his biggest score to date after he won the PokerStars Winter Series 28 - Med: $215 NLHE [8-Max, Progressive KO, Sunday Warm-Up] following a three-way deal. The prize pool was set at $736,400 after 3,682 entrants took part, and when the field had been reduced to the final three, a money-deal was agreed to. Brazil's Vinícius 'vinimiranda7' Miranda then departed with the bronze medal for $38,444 + $11,395 in bounties, before Guite saw off the challenge from 'sorakasa' heads-up. The latter received $38,435 + $6,945 in bounties for their share of the deal, and Guite banked $40,114 + $28,652 in bounties along with the title. 'TheBlack_sheep' and 'Chelsea72' agreed to a heads-up deal in the partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller $150k Gtd. 'nipa3p3' exited in third place for $21,750 before the final two agreed to a deal. 'Chelsea72' then departed as runner-up for $39,084 and 'TheBlack_sheep' banked $42,665 as victor. 'Sentapied99' won the partypoker $1,050 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter for $17,357 + $23,903 in bounties following a heads-up battle with 'KERRMODE'. 'JonasLuck_' walked away with $9,060 + $2,535 in bounties after they finished third in the 151 player-field. 'KERRMODE' was then the final player to hit the rail and banked $12,457 + $5,362, which left 'Sentapied99' to take the spoils. Over on 888poker, there were wins for both 'MisterN411' and 'KimberSlice.' 'MisterN411' added $20,000 to their bankroll after they came through a 48 player-field in the $1,050 The $50,000 Whale. Ivan 'Hurrrrican3' Gabrieli took second place for $13,500, with 'kaycrusher' earning $7,500 in third. And in the 888poker $215 Sunday Mega Deep BONANZA, 'KimberSlice' defeated Rick 'WhosToClaim' Trigg heads-up to win $23,750. Trigg took away $17,000 in second place with 'MOI_est_JEAN' banking $13,125 in third. Below are this week’s Sunday final table results: PokerStars Sunday Million ($200 + $15 NLHE) $1M Guaranteed 5,597 entrants, $1,119,400 prize pool erickie - $151,184.82 pisky16 - $106,092.36 Gossimer007 - $74,452.30 BillLewinsky - $52,248.44 Era_Koira - $36,666.39 Fabuloson - $25,731.31 Ic.v.fz - $18,057.48 bah23 - $12,672.27 RPILON - $8,893.07 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $150k Gtd 98 entrants, $196,000 prize pool pads1161 - $46,837.42 huang33 - $36,011.78 bk0705 - $27,688.33 1_conor_b_1 - $21,288.67 blanconegro - $16,368.19 Aggro Santos - $12,584.98 imluckbox - $9,676.187 ga207 - $7,439.72 Liv Boeree - $6,554.73 PokerStars Winter Series 28 - High: $2,100 NLHE [8-Max, Progressive KO, Sunday Warm-Up], $500K Gtd 382 entrants, $764,000 prize pool blanconegro - $69,830.41 + $60,199.20 Futti18 - $52,597.27 + $38,480.48 despedespi33 - $39,617.14 + $12,351.56 ramastar88 - $29,840.31 + $16,359.38 Hoelle1 - $22,476.23 + $13,125.00 mikki696 - $16,929.51 + $4,375.00 blackaces93 - $12,751.58 + $16,031.25 Remi Lebo_10 - $9,604.70 + $10,093.75 imluckbox - $7,554.89 + $4,750.00 PokerStars Winter Series 28 - Med: $215 NLHE [8-Max, Progressive KO, Sunday Warm-Up], $400K Gtd 3,682 entrants, $736,400 prize pool guitey - $40,114.03* + $28,652.04 sorakasa - $38,435.81* + $6,945.31 vinimiranda7 - $38,444.10* + $11,395.16 F1oba - $19,079.90 + $509.38 wiisssppppaa - $13,600.79 + $6,349.93 julioassp - $9,695.11 + $2,513.67 compris - $6,911.00 + $3,714.76 elpachu88633 - $4,926.36 + $75.00 MinReraise - $3,511.67 + $1,882.81 PokerStars Winter Series 29 - High: $530 NLHE, $500K Gtd 1,155 entrants, $577,500 prize pool 0409479 - $92,614.57 pads1161 - $66,018.12 gray31 - $47,060.01 Lincownz - $33,545.99 grinder1992 - $23,912.71 10YURA10 - $17,045.77 boerni21 - $12,150.83 1TheSpiteful - $8,661.51 Egption - $6,174.16 partypoker $530 Christmas Freeze #24-HR $300k Gtd (PKO) 567 entrants, $300,000 prize pool VictorVazquez - $28,177.02 + $22,663.43 (in bounties) BaLbKuN - $20,029.03 + $7,384.91 zkurveny_Party - $13,649.97 + $3,953.91 firgli - $9,447.65 + $4,852.17 IL Barquetto - $6,651.15 + $2,838.30 bdhs. - $4,806.96 + $2,830.09 Hudder5 - $3,461.62 + 2,198.42 AdioZas - $2,479.06 + $2,530.67 partypoker $1,050 Christmas Freeze #23-HR $200k Gtd 205 entrants, $205,000 prize pool Iluvia71 - $41,799.50 NoSixFive - $30,340 senyorpou - $21,627.50 GettinDaize - $15,990 lucjan_cyfer - $11,275 Sheparentap - $8,610 Drulitooo - $6,355 petdet3ctive - $4,715 partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller $150k Gtd 57 entrants, $150,000 prize pool TheBlack_sheep - $42,665.74* Chelsea72 - $39,084.27* nipa3p3 - $21,750 barrm111 - $13,500 pockjack0 - $10,500 PhileasFogg - $8,250 Drulitooo - $7,125 NL_Profit - $7,125 partypoker $1,050 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter,150k Gtd 151 entrants, $154,020 prize pool Sentapied99 - $17,357.45 + $23,903.13 KERRMODE - $12,457.50 + $5,362.50 JonasLuck_ - $9,060 + $2,535 MonkMode - $6,417.50 + $2,730 frankthemonster - $4,530 + $2,900.62 MoNddLeR - $3,586.25 + $2,275 Eltri3 - $2,853.90 + $3,315 vip666777 - $2,265 + $3,380 888poker $1,050 The $50,000 Whale 48 entrants – $50,000 prize pool MisterN411 - $20,000 Hurrrrican3 - $13,500 kaycrusher - $7,500 PBD03 - $5,000 idontcareffs - $4,000 888poker $215 Sunday Mega Deep BONANZA 554 entrants – $125,000 prize pool KimberSlice - $23,750 WhosToClaim - $17,500 MOI_est_JEAN - $13,125 ZDamian - $9,375 Velkommeninn - $6,250 Perrymejsen - $4,375 PBD03 - $3,125 popsnpoker - $2,500
  5. Connor Drinan joined an elite club on Thursday and in the process helped form an even more elite one. Drinan became the ninth player with five career PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker titles by winning Event #56 High (1,050 HORSE) and in the process joined Shaun Deeb as the only players to win four SCOOP titles in a single year. Drinan beat Mike 'goleafsgoeh' Leah heads-up to earn the fourth title and added $30,232.50 to his bankroll. Leah walked away with $21,545 for his efforts while third-place finisher 'wiNNin83' had to settle for $16,680. Deeb became the first player to win four SCOOP titles in 2012. Drinan's previous 2020 came in Event #34 High ($530 Pot Limit Omaha 8-or-better), Event #40-H ($5,200 PLO 6-Max), and Event #45-M ($215 NLO8 Six Max PKO). Mirza 'zazano' Muhovic won Event #57 High ($5,200 NLHE High Roller) to lock up a $201,606 score. Joel 'Odonkor1' Nordkvist fell one spot short of the title and had $155,222.20 to console himself with. Jonathan 'apestyles' Van Fleet came in third for $119,510.00. The final table also included 'bencb789' and Team PokerStars Pro Lex Veldhuis. The Dutch pro's Twitch stream of the final table broke his personal record for viewers with more than 34,000 people tuned in before he was eliminated in seventh place. Event #58 High ($2,100 Heads-Up NLHE) had 119 runners with 'CatLover666' and Phil 'Grindation' McAllister battling through all of them to make the final where 'CatLover666' picked up the win and $71,400. McAllister had to settle for $42,840.00. Ukrainian 'gerasag' outlasted 637 other entries in Event #59 High ($1,050 NLHE PKO) to win $48,061.01 from the prize pool and another $50,031.22 worth of bounties. Andres 'wisopekeno!' Gonzalez came in second place and locked up a $48,060.54 windfall and $8,914.07 in bounties. Alex 'dynoalot' Difelice took the final spot on the podium, earning $30,190.06 and $3,218.75 in bounties for a third-place result. After finishing fourth in Event #56 High earlier in the day, Kyle 'km_freestyle' Menne put a bow on a victory in Event #61 High ($1,050 Omaha 8-or-better) to win $28,546.77. Talal 'raidalot' Shakerchi picked up another strong finish, coming in second place for $22,099.00 while 'Brandon-Tino' walked away with $17,107.61 for finishing third. Other players who won SCOOP titles on Thursday include 'TSubbb' (Event #56-L), 'thomber26' (Event #56-M), 'JUCA_PIRAMA1' (Event #57-L), 'lucianodayan' (Event #57-M), 'JJborio' (Event #58-L), 'd0nkBluff' (Event #58-M), 'Eldon69350' (Event #59-L), 'jonespkr' (Event #59-M), 'fcttom' (Event #61-L), and 'Vitek_vv' (Event #61-M). Event #56-H: $1,050 HORSE Entries: 139 Prize pool: $139,000 Connor 'blanconegro' Drinan - $30,232.50 Mike 'goleafsgoeh' Leah - $21,545.00 wiNNin83 - $16,680.00 Kyle 'km_freestyle' Menne - $11,815.00 Skint Paddy - $7,645.00 Spokey - $6,255.00 adkaf - $4,865.00 Harleyy30040 - $3,822.50 Event #57-H: $5,200 NLHE High Roller Entries: 184 Prize pool: $1,000,000 Mirza 'zazano' Muhovic - $201,606 Joel 'Odonkor1' Nordkvist - $155,222.20 Jonathan 'apestyles' Van Fleet - $119,510.00 bencb789 - $92,014.10 EEE27 - $70,844.30 DeadNylan - $54,545.00 Lex 'L. Veldhuis' Veldhuis - $41,995.80 kimokh - $32,333.70 Wildace_hun - $24,894.70 Event #58-H: $2,100 Heads-Up NLHE Entries: 119 Prize pool: $238,000 CatLover666 - $71,400.00 Phil 'Grindation' McAllister - $42,840.00 Dominik 'Bounatirou' Nitsche - $23,800.00 fetopoker1 - $23,800.00 Event #59-H: $1,050 NLHE PKO Entries: 638 Prize pool: $638,000 (including $319,000 in bounties) gerasag - $48,061.01 + $50,031.22 wisopekeno! - $48,060.54 + $8,914.07 dynoalot - $30,190.06 + $3,218.75 Swaggersorus - $22,312.26 + $11,609.38 markovitsus - $16,590.09 + $7,656.25 7tHEcROw7 - $12,187.17 + $4,531.25 lechuckpoker - $9,007.06 + $10,789.06 wktak1 - $6,656.76 + $8,640.63 Event #61-H: $1,050 Omaha 8-or-better Entries: 136 Prize pool: $136,000 Kyle 'km_freestyle' Menne - $28,546.77 Talal 'raidalot' Shakerchi - $22,099.00 Brandon-Tino - $17,107.61 flong78 - $13,243.61 krakukra - $10,252.34 Perumov - $7,936.70 bernard-bb - $6,144.08 OK1OK2 - $4,756.35 Kroko-dill - $3,91.44
  6. Over the last four days, Connor Drinan has dominated the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. It started on Friday when Drinan took down Event #34 ($530 Pot Limit Omaha 8-or-better) for $34,420.52 and continued on Sunday when he topped the 150-entry field in Event #40-H ($5,200 PLO 6-Max) for $152,011.46. On Monday Drinan won $28,358.58 for beating out 1,051 other players in Event #45-M ($215 NLO8 Six Max PKO). Drinan now has four career SCOOP titles. The two-day Sunday Million came down to a three-way chop with 'Corback_fr' earning $216,617.61 and the SCOOP title. Runner-up 'Murashko' walked away with $204,110.39 while 'MrTermo1021' finished third and had to settle for $124,812.98. Andrey 'Anjeyyy' Novak was the biggest winner on Monday. The Ukrainian poker pro beat out 263 other players to win Event #44 High ($5,200 NLHE Sunday High Roller SE) for $253,819.24. Falling one spot short of the title meant 'Odonkor1' had to settle for $192,486.75. Jan 'Graftekkel' Arends came in third for $145,974.57. Dutch grinder 'Pimmss' won Event #43 High ($2,100 NLHE PKO Sunday Warm-Up SE) and pocketed $88,844.76 from the prize pool plus another $101,398.42 in bounties. The final bounty belonged to 'calculer_' who won $88,844.49 and $13,078.13 from bounties. Third place finisher 'DEX888' picked up $56,101.54 and $39,976.56 in bounties. The final two players in Event #42 High ($530 NLHE) chopped up $131,000 with eventual champion 'Floesoe' earning $75,183.24 and runner-up 'cocojamb0' adding $65,895.06 to their bankroll. 'Tyrion2205' took the final spot on the podium for a $41,852.60 score. 'Darth Vder58' beat out 143 other players in Event #45-High ($2,100 Six Max NLO8 PKO) to earn the SCOOP title, $26,729.51 first place prize money and another $47,515.62 from bounties. Finishing in second earned 'kiiski' $26,729.40 and $7,875 worth of bounties. Third place finisher 'nilsef' walked away with $17,857.80 and $6,812.50 in bounties. 'pruttzz12' added $176,202.87 to their bankroll after winning Event #46 High ($1,050 NLHE). Second place finisher 'Lavrik-mastr' walked away with $127,178.70 while bronze medalist 'FourSixFour' just missed out on a six-figure score, banking $91,794.63. Other winners on Monday included 'RGreick' (Event #42 Low), 'Fellipe D' (Event #42-M), 'pisc0meagain' (Event #43-L), 'AfRoBiZzLe!' (Event #43-M), 'Durrden' (Event #44-L), 'Jab0c0' (Event #45-L), 'Nicoverlast' (Event #46-L), and 'Ronin_go' (Event #46-M). Event #42-H: $530 NLHE, $500K Gtd Entries: 965 Prize pool: $500,000 Floesoe - $75,183.24* cocojamb0 - $65,895.06* Tyrion2205 - $41,852.60 BRzRoll - $29,834.00 Calvin 'cal42688' Anderson - $21,266.70 DingeBrinker - $15,159.65 blkcrow - $10,806.35 IDOLLS - $7,703.15 scottnofold - $5,491.05 Event #43-H: $2,100 NLHE Sunday Warm-Up SE PKO Entries: 578 Prize pool: $1,156,000 Pimmss - $88,844.76 + $101,398.42 calculer_ - $88,844.49 + $13,078.13 DEX888 - $56,101.54 + $39,976.56 girafganger - $41,600.27 + $19,343.76 CrazyLissy - $30,847.33 + $18,468.75 AlchemistAJ - $22,873.82 + $7,437.50 KKremate - $16,961.35 + $4,437.50 VitinhO Dzi - $12,577.10 + $2,500.00 Event #44-H: $5,200 NLHE Sunday HR SE Entries: 264 Prize pool: $1,320,000 Anjeyyy - $253,819.24 Odonkor1 - $192,486.75 Graftekkel - $145,974.57 makeboifin - $110,701.53 Futti18 - $82,951.86 ImDaNuts - $63,665.84 pm_marke - $48,281.77 mexican222 - $36,614.95 Sintoras - $27,767.38 Event #45-H: $2,100 NLO8 [6-Max, Progressive KO] Entries: 144 Prize pool: $288,000 Darth Vder58 - $26,729.51 + $47,515.62 kiiski - $26,729.40 + $7,875.00 nilsef - $17,857.80 + $6,812.50 Zanos_Goda - $13,726.25 + $2,875.00 pads1161 - $10,550.57 + $2,250.00 FONBET_RULIT - $8,109.61 + $1,500.00 Event #46-H: $1,050 NLHE Entries: 1,079 Prize pool: $1,079,000 pruttzz12 - $176,202.87 Lavrik-mastr - $127,178.70 FourSixFour - $91,794.63 sadface11 - $66,255.23 Colisea - $47,821.38 1_conor_b_1 - $34,516.34 hotmark777 - $24,913.13 lechuckpoker - $17,981.75 Nacho124441 - $14,357.28

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