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  1. [caption width="640"] Bryan 'bparis' Paris won the PocketFives Monthly Leaderboard in June with 3,342 points, 500 more than the next closest player[/caption] After a photo finish in May, the ending of the June Monthly PocketFives Leaderboard was anything but dramatic. Bryan 'bparis' Paris absolutely crushed the competition last month with 3,342.60 PocketFives Leaderboard Points, over than 500 more than the next closest player. "It feels fantastic," Paris said. "I have been telling myself all year that June would be a huge month and it's been fun watching that become a reality. It's been
  2. [caption width="640"] Bryan 'bparis' Paris won a PocketFives Triple Crown while live-streaming on Twitch[/caption] Winning a PocketFives Triple Crown is hard enough. If you want one, you need to take down three $10,000 prize pool tournaments across three sites tracked by PocketFives within a week. Each tournament has to have at least 100 players and a real money buy-in. Satellites and qualifiers do not count. For Bryan 'bparis' Paris, winning his fifth Triple Crown was special enough. Only a handful of players have ever booked five of them, and for Paris, his fifth was also his second o
  3. [caption width="640"] Bryan 'bparis' Paris earned the 20th largest PocketFives Triple Crown ever at 1,036 PLB Points (image: PokerNews, Danny Maxwell)[/caption] On June 7, Bryan 'bparis' Paris won the PokerStars Super Tuesday. That would be a career-defining accomplishment for anyone, and for Paris, the score was his fifth largest online ever. His Super Tuesday win also capped off the 20th largest PocketFives Triple Crown ever. It came in at 1,036.27 PLB Points and is one of just 23 Triple Crowns awarded that have hit the 1,000-point plateau. "A lot of hard work and a lot of good l
  4. 888poker’s XL Inferno is headed into the home stretch with just a few days left for players to battle for an XL title before this weekend’s $500,000 GTD Main Event. On Wednesday, the popular Progressive Knockout format was back on the schedule with three more tournaments played out and $80,000 in guarantees on the line. Event #20 - $50,000 PKO Buy-in: $109 Entries: 466 (138 rebuys) Prize pool: $60,400 The day’s biggest tournament was the $50K PKO where players smashed the registration button, putting up their $109 buy-in, and sending the prize pool over $10K past the guarantee. Th
  5. Every week The PocketFives Milestone Report looks at the online poker players who are achieving career-best achievement or reaching new heights in the rankings. Dara O’ Kearney Earns 8th Triple Crown Longtime PocketFiver, Irish poker ambassador, and host of the popular The Chip Race podcast, Dara ‘Doke’ O’Kearney earned his eighth career PocketFives Triple Crown on May 8. The accomplishment puts him seventh all-time on career Triple Crowns. He accomplished the feat in short order in the first week of May. At first he took down the 888poker $10,000 Sunday Monsoon for $2,255 on May 6. The ve
  6. After the Spring Championship of Online Poker, Powerfest and 888poker's XL Inferno series all came to their conclusion last week the world of online poker saw its normal Sunday schedule resume once more this weekend. One player who showed no sign of slowing down was the UK's Michael Chi Zhang, who won the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for the second time this year. Zhang, who collected his first SCOOP title during this year's series after victory in Event #22-High, defeated 'shahter98' heads-up to bank $52,676, and repeat the feat he achieved back in January. The runner-up took away
  7. [caption width="640"] Bryan Paris is now just one of two players with million in lifetime online tournament earnings (PokerStars photo)[/caption] A few weeks ago, we told you that several players were fast approaching $10 million in online winnings; none more so than Bryan ‘bparis’ Paris, who led the pack in the race to join Chris 'moorman1' Moorman in that elusive club. After finishing second in a PokerStars Turbo Championship of Online Poker event for $52K on January 22, Paris was only $50K away from reaching the goal. Just two weeks later, he did it. “It feels great,” Par
  8. [caption width="640"] After a big TCOOP score, Bryan Paris is on the verge of becoming just the second player to reach million in online tournament earnings (PokerStars photo)[/caption] One small step for Moorman; one giant leap for mankind. That certainly seems appropriate when discussing the all-time leading money winners in online tournaments. It was back in 2013 when Chris 'moorman1' Moorman became the first player in history within touching distance of $10 million in career earnings - a feat he’d accomplish fairly soon after. At that time, the Brit had won $3 million more than the
  9. On Sunday, Bryan bparisParis (pictured) became just the fifth PocketFiver ever to hit $7.5 million in online tournament cashesand the first to do so since November. To that end, Paris joins a prestigious group that also includes Jeremy daisyxoxoFitzpatrick, Shyam s_dot11Srinivasan, p0cket00, and Chris moorman1 Moorman. PocketFives: Thank you for joining us. How does it feel to hit $7.5 million in cashes? Bryan Paris: Pretty sweet. It kind of snuck up on me. I didn't realize I was getting so close until recently. When I saw how few people have done it, it put into perspective just how muc

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