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  1. [caption width="640"] Charlie Carrel beat Harrison Gimbel to claim the ,300 PokerStars Spring Championship Main Event (Neil Stoddart / PokerStars photo)[/caption] One of the most hotly anticipated final tables in online poker history included some of the game’s best players, a former #1-ranked PocketFiver, a power outage and a negotiation for over $2.3M before Charlie ‘Epiphany77’ Carrel emerged victorious in the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker Main Event (High) for just over $1.2M. The final table included former #1-ranked player ‘C. Darwin2’, Harrison ‘gibler321’ Gimbel
  2. Thursday's action in the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker was all about star power. Among the winners were a recent November Niner, a young high roller powerhouse, a Russian online poker legend and, of course, a couple of Brazilians. Leading the way was Russia's 'Black88' who topped the 125-player field in the $25,000 High Roller event for $702,658.76. Runner-up 'fish2013' ended up with $569,575.65 after the final two players agreed to a chop. Canada's 'Apotheosis92' posted his second third-place finish of the week and walked away with $398,531. The best story of the d
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