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  1. Billed as the most expensive poker tournament in internet history, the 2015 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker $51,000 Super High Roller Eventconcluded on Monday with Ben Bttech86 Tollerene (pictured) outlasting 45 competitors to take down the title and over $600,000. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles, podcasts and a dedicated strategy forum for members. Check Tournament Poker Edge out on Twitter. --- When the tournament began on Sunday, just 23 players were registered, but with satellites still running and late registration available, that number doubled by the time registration closed. With the immense buy-in, the field was a virtual "who's who" of both online and live poker. With such a small field, the tournament only paid to six places, meaning that not even all of the players who made the final table would cash. By the time Monday's Day 2 rolled around, there were just eight players remaining. Nikita fish2013 Bodyakovskiy, Nopaleva, and cuffmewere all seriously short stacks, so the three of them may not have gotten the best night's sleep thinking about how they were going to make it past the money bubble. For his part, Tollerene was in fourth place to begin Day 2 with 193,912 in chips, but it was a close race in the top half of the standings, as Mike timexMcDonald (pictured) led with 237,712. Tollerene took out cuffme in eight place and soon thereafter took over the chip lead. A while later, Bodyakovskiy busted David Davidp18 Peters in seventh place, popping the money bubble. Two-and-a-half hours into Day 2, the proceedings were down to just three players: Tollerene with 409,960 in chips, Bodyakovskiy with 404,456, and Jose Angel Cejakas14Latorre with 335,584. The three men decided to talk about a deal, so the tournament was paused. They agreed on payouts based on ICM numbers: $596,518 for Tollerene, $594,069 for Bodyakovskiy, and $560,412 for Latorre. $20,000 was left on the table to give them an incentive to keep playing. Eventually, it came down to Tollerene and Latorre for the title, with Tollerene holding the chip lead, 665,280 to 484,720. As the PokerStars blog stated, it seemed like heads-up would take a while since the blinds were only 3,000/6,000, but it turned out to require only five minutes to determine a champion. Latorre whittled down Tollerene's lead over the first few hands, but then the fireworks went off. Latorre raised to 13,500 pre-flop, Tollerene raised to 42,000, and Latorre called. On the flop of 9d-Td-7s, Tollerene check-called a 42,000-chip bet from Latorre. They both checked the Jd on the turn, but when the 6s was dealt on the river, Tollerene went all-in, a bet which Latorre called. Latorre had a very healthy pocket nines for a set, but Tollerene's hole cards were 8h-7h, giving him a turned straight and the WCOOP $51,000 Super High Roller title. With the win, Tollerene has now earned over $2.5 million in online tournaments, including a $200,000 win in the 2013 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker $21,000 Heads-Up High Roller Event. Here are the 2015 PokerStars WCOOP $51,000 Super High Roller Event final standings along with each player's PokerStars screen name: 1. Ben "Ben86" Tollerene (Canada) - $616,518 2. José Ángel "Cejakas14" Latorre (United Kingdom) - $560,412 3. Nikita "fish2013" Bodyakovskiy (Belarus) - $594,069 4. Nopaleva (Russia) - $230,000 5. Mike "Tîmex" McDonald (Canada) - $172,500 6. Fedor "CrownUpGuy" Holz (Austria) - $126,500 Visit PokerStars for more details on the ongoing WCOOP. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. Image courtesy HighStakesDB
  2. [caption width="640"] Ben 'Bttech86' Tollerene was one of the Sunday Majors winners this week (WPT photo)[/caption] Ben 'Bttech86' Tollerene might be best known for being one of the best high stakes Pot Limit Omaha players online right now. Or possibly for his recent feud with Doug Polk. On Sunday he put all of that aside to take down a Sunday Major. The Vancouver resident earned $62,458 for winning the $1,050 buy-in Sunday Grand event. 'DonkCommited' finished 2nd for $46,729 and 'mamamamama70' earned $34,961 for 3rd place in that tournament. The Pot Limit Omaha version of the Sunday Grand was won by 'pantau77' who walked away with $38,657. There was a four-way final table deal in the PokerStars Sunday Million weekly flagship tournament, as 'JNETS' took home the largest score of $127,510 for his championship performance. 'Earl Hindman' was awarded a six-figure payout of $103,000 for his official 3rd place effort, 'K. Ichinose' received $81,000 for 4th place and PocketFives member 'gortsos' of Greece (ranked #460 worldwide) took home an even $78,000 for the runner-up finish. 'ImagineKing' was the winner in this weekend's $2,600 buy-in Super High Roller event on partypoker and collected $50,250. 'Nicholas_Brody' won the smaller $530 High Roller and was paid out $43,794. PokerStars player 'profit76' captured an outright victory in the Sunday Warm-Up for $59,898 following by Luke 'AlcateL00' Spalding of the United Kingdom who placed 2nd for a payday of $43,467 -- his largest career online tournament cash. 'GTGao' came out on top in the 6-max Hyper Turbo Sunday Supersonic for $36,688 and 'DrIronface' prevailed in a field of 27,500 players in the Sunday Storm for $24,193 in a deal that included PocketFiver Osmas 'osmarjnr' Alves Martins of Brazil who cashed for a career-best $19,871 in 2nd place. The $600 buy-in WHALE tournament on 888 Poker was taken down by 'dulek_jason' for $26,770 but it was 'Avskedad' who grabbed the largest payout of $30,086 in a two-way negotiation. 'IvanoBalic2' got the victory in the Mega Deep, receiving $26,644. PokerStars Sunday Million ($200+15 NLHE) 5,434 entrants - $1,086,800 paid out to 764 spots JNETS - $127,510 gortsos - $78,000 Earl Hindman - $103,000 K. Ichinose - $81,000 *4-way deal bazeman - $36,423.88 Brunodellas - $25,379.17 OneTime1Time - $17,683.64 lykD - $12,321.48 $uper$ick785 - $8,585.39 PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up ($200+15 NLHE) *$325K Guaranteed 1,999 entrants - $399,800 paid out to 278 spots profit76 - $59,897.82 Luke 'AlcateL00' Spalding - $43,466.69 Powergolf - $31,543.78 (oddsbaek) markovitsus - $22,891.30 lacep - $16,612.20 JantjeBoens - $12,055.44 damourinio - $8,748.62 teambreezy - $6,348.86 STELARI198 - $4,607.37 PokerStars Sunday Grand ($1,000+50 NLHE) *$200K Guaranteed 332 entrants - $332,000 paid out to 39 spots Ben 'Bttech86' Tollerene - $62,457.85 DonkCommited - $46,728.80 mamamamama70 - $34,960.96 SamRostan - $26,156.65 manuverd0n - $19,569.54 ZeeJustin - $14,641.29 thewhippet81 - $10,954.14 Progre69 - $8,195.51 Sephirot88 - $6,131.60 (Rocco 'RoccoGe' Palumbo) PokerStars Sunday Grand PLO ($1,000+50 PLO 6-Max) *$150K Guaranteed 197 entrants - $197,000 paid out to 24 spots pantau77 - $38,656.96 azn_baller3 - $28,731.70 Unkn0wn123 - $21,354.83 SixthSenSe19 - $15,872.01 brianm15 - $11,796.89 WRUUUUM - $8,768.03 PokerStars Sunday Supersonic ($215 NLHE Six Max Hyper) *$150k Guaranteed 1,113 entrants - $227,898 paid out to 155 spots GTGao - $36,687.88 luk9r - $23,981.46 Ravenswood13 - $15,676.00 exposabre - $10,246.94 omaha4rollz - $6,698.14 ThinkDiffere - $4,378.37 PokerStars Sunday Storm ($10+$1 NLHE) *$250k Guaranteed 27,500 entrants - $275,000 paid out to 4,436 spots DrIronface - $24,193 Osmas 'osmarjnr' Alves Martins - $19,871 m4st4kill4 - $18,055 *3-way deal bosniangiza - $10,323.63 bboyjones - $7,422.80 di99k13 - $5,337.06 syleiman1990 - $3,837.40 lNormaJean - $2,759.15 wife bond - $1,983.87 partypoker Super High Roller ($2,600 NLHE) *$100k Guaranteed 67 entrants - $167,500 paid out to 9 spots ImagineKing - $50,250 omaha4rollz - $33,500 nicecallLOL - $25,125 (hellohellohello) FreierBoy - $12,563 advancedbetting - $12,563 cluesso70 - $9,213 D0nKanille_ - $7,538 PitschiPopo78 - $6,700 TDurdenWAR - $5,863 (joaomathias) partypoker High Roller ($530 NLHE) *$200k Guaranteed 455 entrants - $227,500 paid out to 54 spots Nicholas_Brody - $43,794 TorTor2012 - $32,533 babonatale69 - $23,888 TDurdenWAR - $18,200 (joaomathias) rdcrsnn - $12,740 Bernardo 'bedias' Dias - $9,896 Play2Parti - $7,621 Therealmoorm - $5,346 (Chris 'moorman1' Moorman) P0L4R1C3 - $3,868 (Pot4teUS) 888 Poker WHALE ($600 NLHE) *$120k Guaranteed 284 entrants - $160,460 paid out to 36 spots dulek_jason - $26,770 Avskedad - $30,086 *2-way deal DePittsterje - $18,132 (Bryan 'bparis' Paris) definedonk - $13,639 _Whitebear_ - $9,307 kimberslice - $7,221 flattoptony - $5,616 (Pudge714) ICrushu556 - $4,012 PokerMogo - $3,049 888 Poker Mega Deep ($215 NLHE) *$100k Guaranteed 726 entrants - $145,200 paid out to 99 spots IvanoBalic2 - $26,644 lrdvoldemort - $19,021 JUANFRAN1973 - $14,375 asiarat - $10,817 (rataj) easylimp888 - $7,550 iGoblin1982 - $6,098 Le_Brick - $4,640 kalashnikovv - $3,194 F_uuu - $1,888
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