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  1. Filipe Oliveira has a quiet, unassuming presence at the poker table. No temper tantrums, no trash talk, no outward emotion after a bad beat. You might think it has something to do with playing poker in a tropical location such as the Bahamas. Apparently, it's the exact opposite. "The Bahamas likes me," Oliveira joked on Day 3 of the 2019 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event. No kidding. In November, Oliveira topped the 1,815 player field to win the partypoker Caribbean Poker Party Main Event at the Baha Mar resort in Nassau for $1.5 million. He showed up to the Atlantis Resort last
  2. Normally, somebody waking up the morning after winning a UFC Heavyweight has a bruised face, sore ribs, and every muscle in their body aches. That's probably not the case for Filipe 'Zagazaur' Oliveira though. The Portuguese poker pro, who won the 2018 partypoker MILLIONS Caribbean Main Event, won his second 2019 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker title on Monday for just a shade over $359,000. Oliveira beat Mario 'MB TREMENDO' Bonanata heads-up to win Event #41 High (UFC Heavyweight: $10,300 No Limit Hold’em Eight Max PKO). Oliveira's first 2019 title came just three days ag
  3. Ryan 'ISlowRollYou' Hohner might just look back at 2018 as the year that he broke out in a big way in the poker world. In January, Hohner finished second in the Borgata Winter Poker Open Kick-Off Event and picked up a career-best cash of $245,967. In July, he picked up his first cash in the World Series of Poker Main Event for $33,305. Hohner added yet another chapter to his story on Monday night, picking up the victory in the New Jersey Championship of Online Poker Main Event for $28,218.90, his largest online score yet. 'WhostolemyRR' finished runner-up for $21,112.41 while Michael 'De

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