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  1. A four-way deal was agreed in this week's PokerStars Sunday Million with Brazil's 'BrunoBoucas' going on to take the title after a heads-up battle with Jonas Palsgård. A prize pool worth $1,172,000 was created after 5,860 entrants took part in the $215 event, and when just four players remained, they agreed to a money deal. '2late4play', who qualified for the tournament via a $22 satellite, was the first player to exit the final table post-deal and collected $79,904. Next up to exit was 'reidir' who took away $101,244 in third place and that left 'BrunoBoucas' and Denmark's Palsgard to play
  2. Sunday's action saw 'DrMiKee' accomplish a rare feat, earning victories in both the $2,600 and $530 buy-in partypoker High Roller events for $42,875 and $32,390. High stakes online poker tournament specialist '3BunPass' of the United Kingdom (ranked #86 worldwide) once again made a marquee partypoker final table and walked away with $27,563 for the seconnd place effort in the Super High Roller. There was a three-way final table chop in the PokerStars Sunday Million, with 'DrAnubis' claiming a championship prize of $130,172 while 'Petelekinho' collected $102,943 upon finishing in third pla
  3. [caption width="640"] Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez added over 1,000 points to his PLB total this week[/caption] Just over 10 days ago one player had a dominating Sunday in the partypoker High Roller and Super High Roller, winning both for just over $75,000. That player, ‘DrMikee’, was relatively unknown, making the feat even more special. It turns out that ‘DrMikee’ is actually the #1-ranked player in the world, Fabrizio ‘SixthSenSe19’ Gonzalez. Gonzalez was playing under the new screenname after his original partypoker account, ‘gotunagi19’, was compromised a week earlier. When the
  4. Another week has gone by and Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez continues to find himself as the #1-ranked online poker player in the world, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t contenders out there doing their best to dethrone him. Alex 'alexd2' Dimitrov continues to hold on to the #2 spot, but should he look in his rearview mirror he’ll find two hard charging Swedish grinders who have already had a taste of what it means to be #1. Gonzalez hung on to the top spot despite being unable to record a cash big enough to add to his total. His best finish last week came in the PokerStars PLO
  5. [caption width="640"] Philipp Gruissem was back online on Sunday, winning the partypoker Powerfest Main Event for just over ,000 (WPT photo)[/caption] Philipp 'philbort' Gruissem has made a name for himself in recent years for being part of the German contingent of players dominating the live super high roller scene, but on Sunday Gruissem went back to his online roots and had a day worth celebrating. Gruissem finished sixth in a partypoker Powerfest event to start the day off and then finished things off by taking down the Powerfest Main Event for just over $80,000. Several PocketFives m

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