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  1. Another partypoker Powerfest series came to a finish on Sunday, with a boatload of six-figure prizes up for grabs. 'Junglemandan' topped a 131-player field in the partypoker Powerfest $10,300 #73-SHR to win $276,511. The prize pool rose to $1,310,000 to beat the $1,000,000 guarantee, with the final four all locking up six-figures. 'MARL0' banked $111,350 in fourth, before 'Amadeus_Mozart' took the bronze for $157,200. A deal was then made by the final two with 'PayAndPlay' ultimately rewarded with $240,807 after 'Junglemandan' came out of heads-up victorious. The partypoker Powerfest $10
  2. According to PokerNews, the real identities of three high-stakes online poker players have been confirmed. The news site said, "Macau high-stakes player Paul Phua is indeed MalACEsia, while Chun Lei Zhou (pictured) has stepped out as samrostan, the player formerly known as patpatpanda.'" Zhou, who admitted being the man behind two of the three high-stakes accounts, told PokerNews, "Yes, patpatpanda is me, samrostan is me. I played for a long time and lost some money. Then, I changed my account to samrostan." According to data from HighStakesDB, Zhou's samrostan account is down $6.2 million
  3. As the poker world watched the 2019 World Series of Poker final table get underway, the online poker scene was in the news as well; all be it for different reasons. partypoker saw their online schedule thrown into disarray after a software crash across the entire network that affected not only poker but also their sports and casino offerings. Despite the expected player grievances, Dusk Till Dawn owner & partypoker partner Rob Yong responded via Twitter and his forthrightness approach on the situation was met with all-around positivity. Yong stated the issues surrounding the software

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