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  1. Last month, Grayson Gray31Ramage (pictured) made not one, but two Sunday Major final tables on the same day. He finished third in the Full Tilt Sunday Majorfor $21,000 and followed that up by finishing ninth in the PokerStars Sunday $109 Rebuy for another $4,000. A total of $25,000 later, it was a productive Sunday for the poker refugee now camped out in Costa Rica. "I was feeling a lot better after the Full Tilt Sunday Major," Ramage told PocketFives in an exclusive interview. "Recently, I've had a lot of runs that ended up like my ninth place finish in the $100 Rebuy, close to the big money but not quite there. Winning is always more fun, of course, and definitely the goal, but third place felt pretty good after a string of tournaments where I got to the final two or three tables." The Sunday Major had a gauntlet of talent at its final table, including former #3 ranked breeth from Hungary, who was the runner-up. We asked Ramage for a scouting report on the longtime PocketFives member: "breeth is a tough opponent, but nowadays especially, there will usually be quite a few good players at every big final table. Fortunately, I had position on him." In February, Ramage hit $5 million in tracked online tournament winnings. He currently stands at $5.1 million and is averaging a brisk $1,900 per in the money finish. He said of the award, "I was close to the $5 million mark for a while and it took a little longer than I would have liked to get the last $100,000 or so, but it did feel good to finally get there." He is one of only eight PocketFivers to get their $5 million cash badge this year. Now that we're five months into 2015, we wanted to talk about poker goals for the rest of the year with Ramage. He didn't identify anything specifically, instead telling us, "I don't usually set any specific poker goals for the year since short-term income can be so variable in MTTs. My main goal is to be focused and play my best poker whenever I am at the tables live or online." We're also three weeks away from the start of the annual World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. Ramage has $620,000 in career WSOP winnings, including a 35th place in the 2009 Main Event and an 80th place in 2013. He's planning to head out to Vegas for two weeks in June and then will return for the Main Event. He said, "I'm getting there right before the Millionaire Maker and plan on playing every No Limit Hold'em tournament on the schedule for the following two weeks." The $1,500 buy-in Millionaire Maker was quite a spectacle last year. The tournament had almost 8,000 entrants and Jonathan Dimmig came away with the win for $1.3 million. "It's crazy how big the Millionaire Maker andMonster Stack got last year," he told us. "I think the best strategy in those is to play fairly tight early. There are so many good spots and people are ready to give away their chips. I generally play solid throughout and take advantage of spots as they come up." Outside of poker, Ramage is a fan of biking, playing basketball, and reading. His largest career poker score came online last year after winning the WCOOP Challenge Main Event for $502,000. He finished second in a High Roller Event on PokerStars in 2011 for $289,000 and won an FTOPS jersey in 2012. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  2. [caption width="657"] Stats for the top-ranked players on PocketFives[/caption] Players from Sweden continue to reign over the rest of the online poker community. This week in the PocketFives Rankings, four of the top six players worldwide, and five of the top eight, hail from the Scandinavian country. And the #1 player, who calls Sweden home, just padded his lead over the pack. 'C Darwin2' has 7,324 PLB Points, the measure used to determine the rankings, and doubled his lead from 200 points last week to 400 points this week. He has one big win this month, which came in the partypoker High Roller and was good for $15,000 and 236 PLB Points. He also has a dozen top ten finishes in February with 12 days still to go. This is his second week at the top of the PocketFives Rankings. Second place belongs to Grayson 'gray31' Ramage, who moved up four spots. Ramage won the PokerStars $320 Six Max No Limit Hold'em for $8,800 on Tuesday and hit it big two weeks ago in the Sunday Million, officially finishing in second place for a blistering $131,000. That score followed a Turbo Championship of Online PokerHigh Roller win for almost $300,000. [caption width="450"] Grayson 'gray31' Ramage is 400 points away from #1[/caption] Needless to say, Ramage has been a one-man wrecking crew over the last few weeks. Besides his Sunday Million second place finish and TCOOP victory, the Costa Rica resident has won the PokerStars $109 Rebuy, $109 Cubed, and Big $109 since the end of December and is just a few thousand dollars shy of passing $6 million for his career. Another Swede, 'Ariados', moved up five spots from #8 to #3 after a blockbuster Valentine's Day in which he finished fifth in the Sunday 500 and won both the PokerStars.fr Sunday High Roller and PokerStars Bounty Builder for $40,000 total. The day before, he took third in the PokerStars Weekender and put back $10,000. This is the highest he has ever been in the rankings and 'Ariados' trails Ramage by one single, solitary PLB Point. Also moving up this week was Bristol's Oscar 'MendaLerenda' Serradell, who jumped five spots to #4 in the world, his best showing ever. Serradell has won the PokerStars Big $55 and $109 Rebuy in February as well as the site's $25,000 Guaranteed. Those three victories raised his career win count to 130. Serradell is the top-ranked online poker player in the United Kingdom and trails 'Ariados' by just 14 points. After reentering his screen names this week, Rui 'RuiNF' Ferreira rejoined the top 100 on PocketFives at #20. On January 29, Ferreira won a TCOOP $215 Rebuy for $81,000 to join the triple COOP club and also took down the site's $320 No Limit Hold'em Six Max and $7,500 Guaranteed. Ferreira was ranked as high as #8 on PocketFives two years ago and is the top ranked player Portugal has to offer. [caption width="450"] Rui 'RuiNF' Ferreira is back in the top 20[/caption] Greece's Apostolis 'apostolis20' Bechrakis rose 25 spots to #47 in the world. He's attempting to mount another run at the top 10 and his resume this time around includes February wins in the PokerStars Weekender and $55 No Limit Hold'em Hyper-Turbo. Bechrakis is $1,700 shy of hitting $3 million for his career and is the second-ranked player in his home country. 'philroyal888', from the UK, moved up 37 spots to land at #51, his best showing ever. 'philroyal888' has had a stellar February, chalking up four wins. His largest cash, however, wasn't a win. Instead, it was a bronze in the PokerStars Super Tuesday eight days ago for $52,000. He is at 1,061 career in the money finishes and is the seventh-ranked player in the highly competitive UK poker community. Let's stay in the UK and talk about London's Vicente 'vicenfish' Delgado Zamorano. The Brit moved up 40 spots to #53 after winning the Sunday Second Chance over the weekend and pocketing $35,000. It's one of five wins he's had since the last day of January, raising his career total to 41. Delgado Zamorano was ranked as high as #6 in the world in 2014. Finally, Hungary's 'breeth' reentered the top 100 at #94. He has one win this month – the 888 Crocodile on February 1 – but has generated nine top-10 finishes. Over his career, 'breeth' has won the Sunday Million twice, taken down the Sunday 500 once, and triumphed in the Sunday $109 Rebuy twice. Any momentum he's found could easily result in a rapid climb up the Rankings. Here are the top 10 players in the PocketFives Rankings this week along with the PLB score for each: C Darwin2 - 7,324 points gray31 - 6,920 points Ariados - 6,919 points MendaLerenda - 6,905 points eisenhower1 - 6,880 points lena900 - 6,686 points SvZff - 6,665 points Smeckten - 6,645 points veeea - 6,448 points mjw006 - 6,441 points
  3. [caption width="661"] 'C Darwin2' is the #1 player in the PocketFives Rankings[/caption] It has been a volatile last four weeks in the PocketFives Rankings. On January 20, Sweden's 'eisenhower1', who had been #1 for four months, was bucked from the top spot worldwide. Then, 'veeea' assumed the helm for three weeks. Now, there's a new sheriff in town. His name: 'C Darwin2'. He calls Sweden home and has amassed $3.6 million in online tournament winnings over the years. This is the first time he has made it to #1 in the world and was up one spot this week. 'C Darwin2' has 26 in the money finishes already in February, including a $15,000 haul for winning the PartyPoker High Roller, a score that earned him 236 PLB Points, the measure used to determine the rankings. He has 7,341 PLB Points overall and leads second-ranked 'veeea' by almost 200. Swedes appear in five of the top eight spots in the PocketFives Rankings. Grayson 'gray31' Ramagemade waves this week by moving up eight spots from #14 to #6, his highest slotting ever. He finished second in the PokerStars Sunday Million over the weekend for $156,000 after a three-way deal and earned over 700 PLB Points. [caption width="450"] Grayson 'gray31' Ramage[/caption] The Sunday Million score was Ramage's sixth largest all-time. Incredibly, at the end of January, he won a TCOOP $2,100 No Limit Hold'em High Roller for almost $300,000 and 1,268 PLB Points. All-time, he's on the cusp of passing $6 million and is the top-ranked poker player in Costa Rica. "It's definitely nice to have moved up, especially since I've had two huge scores recently," Ramage said. "It's not something I focus on too much since I don't put in that much volume, but of course it would be cool to get to #1 at some point." Norway's 'prebzzz' moved up from #34 to #16 on the strength of a win in the Winamax High Roller on Tuesday for $9,200. On February 4, he took down the PokerStars Thursday Thrill and raked in $52,000, his third largest score ever. 'prebzzz' is the top-ranked Norwegian and was ranked as high as #3 in the world on PocketFives last year. Canada's 'roo_400' jumped up 22 spots to #18, his highest ranking ever. He has $2.6 million in career winnings on PokerStars alone and won the site's Sunday Second Chance over the weekend for $36,000 and 447 PLB Points. 'roo_400' is the top-ranked player in Canada and plays as 'ipuntstacks2' on PartyPoker, where he has $161,000 in lifetime winnings. He is 11 days away from celebrating his 10th anniversary of being a member of the PocketFives community. Jamie 'EzGame89' O'Connor, who hails from Leeds in the UK, entered the top 100 at #59, his best showing ever. The Brit was the fourth-place finisher in the Sunday Million over the weekend and holds 242 top-three finishes in tournaments that PocketFives tracks. In the brick-and-mortar world, O'Connor won a Grosvenor UK Poker Tour Main Event in Luton four years ago for $73,000, his largest live cash to date, according to the Hendon Mob. [caption width="400" align="alignleft"] Jamie 'EZGame89' O'Connor[/caption] Also entering the top 100 this week was Russia's Mikhail 'zinka' Galitskiy, who landed at #64, his best ranking ever. He has taken down four MTTs in February, including the PokerStars Sunday Kickoff for $28,000. Galitskiy is the fifth-ranked Russian and #1 in the riverside city of Perm. His largest cash was worth $74,000 and came after winning the Sunday Warm-Up two years ago. Mike 'MikeyG3' Gentili also set a personal best this week, entering the top 100 of the rankings at #83. He's the top-ranked player in the border town of Windsor, Canada and is just a few hours removed from a victory in the PokerStars Big $162 for $16,000. His January included a final table in a TCOOP event for $25,000, a win in the TCOOP Saturday Super Speedway for $24,000, and a gold medal in the PokerStars Big $55 for $14,000. Finally this week, Vicente 'vicenfish' Delgado Zamorano, who was once ranked #6 worldwide on PocketFives, reentered the top 100 at #93. This London resident has four wins since January 30, raising his career total to an even 40. He passed $2 million in career winnings on January 18 and will now look to mount a run at the top 10 once again. Here are the top 10 players in the rankings this week along with the PLB score for each: C Darwin2 - 7,341 points veeea - 7,153 points SvZff - 6,962 points eisenhower1 - 6,924 points Smeckten - 6,798 points gray31 - 6,797 points lena900 - 6,628 points Ariados - 6,566 points MendaLerenda - 6,539 points mjw006 - 6,501 points
  4. [caption width="300" align="alignleft"] Artem 'veeea' Vezhenkov is the top-ranked poker player in the world[/caption] By the slimmest of margins – 13 points to be exact – 'Artem 'veeea' Vezhenkov' leads the PocketFives Rankings. He is starting his third week at the top, but with a small lead, there could be a brand new #1 seven days from now. Vezhenkov is quickly nearing $5 million in career online tournament cashes and is fresh off a sixth place finish in the PokerStars Super Tuesday at the end of January for $27,000, which netted him 274 PLB Points. He is a three-time PocketFives Triple Crown winner who earned two of them in March of last year. 'veeea' has $3.3 million in career winnings on PokerStars alone and has 7,198 PLB Points. Second place in the Rankings belongs to 'C Darwin2', who has 7,186 PLB Points and trails 'veeea' by a baker's dozen. 'C Darwin2' was up seven spots this week to #2 in the world and finished fourth in a TCOOP Wrap-Up event for $62,000 and 435 PLB Points to help his cause. The same day 'veeea' finished sixth in the Super Tuesday, 'C Darwin2' took second for $89,000 and over 500 PLB Points. Two days prior, he won the Full Tilt Sunday Major. Needless to say, the Swede has been on a tear. Amazingly, four of the top five players in the rankings this week are from Sweden, with 'veeea' being the only exception. 'C Darwin2' calls Stockholm home and sits at $3.5 million in career online MTT winnings across almost 2,000 in the money finishes. Now, can he overtake 'veeea' for the #1 spot? [caption width="460"] Oscar 'MendaLerenda' Serradell[/caption] Moving up four spots in the rankings was Oscar 'MendaLerenda' Serradell from Bristol, who landed at #10. He was ranked as high as #6 on PocketFives last year and won a TCOOP $82 No Limit Draw event one week ago for $7,000. He also took 13th in the series' Main Event over the weekend and earned $12,000. Serradell has 327 top-three finishes and is the top-ranked poker player in the UK. The biggest jump inside the top 100 of the rankings went to Grayson 'gray31' Ramage, who moved up from #95 to #14. Ramage won a TCOOP High Roller for a commanding $291,000 over the weekend, which was good for over 1,200 PLB Points. Ten days before that, he took down the PokerStars $109 Rebuy for another $13,000. [caption width="450"] Grayson 'gray31' Ramage[/caption] Ramage is nearly at $6 million in career online tournament winnings and is the top-ranked player in Costa Rica. He plays as 'swish3113' on Full Tilt and is now seven spots off his all-time high in the rankings set in 2011. Greece's Damianos 'damourinio' Aslanidis entered the top 100 in the world at #31, his highest position ever. He won the Sunday Million over the weekend and raked in 1,100 PLB Points, one of four tournaments he took down in the last three days of January. Aslanidis is the top dog in Greece and has over 3,100 tracked in the money finishes. [caption width="300" align="alignright"] Alex 'tilt21sted' Papazian[/caption] Romania's Alex 'tilt21sted' Papazianmoved up from #79 to #33 on the strength of a runner-up finish in the TCOOP High Roller for $209,000. He is the top-ranked Romanian poker player and could be found as high as #15 on PocketFives last year. On PokerStars, where he has $1.5 million in career winnings, you can find him under the user name 'steakaddict.'. He cashed three times during EPT Prague last December to boot. Finally this week, Hungary's 'Ballage87' cracked the top 50 for the first time. He won his first PocketFives Triple Crown at the end of January and is up to 70 career victories. He's the #2 ranked player in Hungary and is about to pass $900,000 in online tournament scores. Here are the top 10 players in the rankings this week along with the PLB score for each: veeea - 7,198 points C Darwin2 - 7,186 points Smeckten - 6,895 points eisenhower1 - 6,793 points lena900 - 6,701 points SvZff - 6,679 points mjw006 - 6,624 points Legenden - 6,577 points Ariados - 6,566 points MendaLerenda - 6,482 points
  5. [caption width="450"] Grayson 'gray31' Ramage was the big winner in the PokerStars Sunday Million with his runner-up finish. (photo credit Neil Stoddart/PokerStars)[/caption] PocketFives members 'gray31' (ranked #14 worldwide) of Costa Rica and 'LilFishAtL' of Mexico were part of a three-way chop in the PokerStars Sunday Million weekly flagship tournament over the weekend. The former was awarded with a payday of $156,406 for his official runner-up performance while "LilFishAtl" took home $141,000 for the victory. The Stars Sunday Warm-up was won by "bica999" for $75,050 as P5er 'Kovalski'of Brazil took 2nd place for $56,368 while "Crackdel29" took down the Sunday 500 for $57,563. PokerStars player "RADOALSUOLO1" earned a 1st place finish in the Sunday Supersonic for a score of $45,161. "Derharry69" was the winner of the twice-monthly 888 Poker Whale tournament, and collected $35,969 as PocketFives member 'cube.com' was at the final table of both covered 888 Poker events. _____ PokerStars Sunday Million ($200+15 NLHE) *1M Guaranteed 5,718 entrants - $1,143,600 paid out to 855 spots ~ Full Recap LilFishAtL $141,000.00 (LilFishAtL) gray31 $156,406.39 (gray31) 1morepls $104,000.00 *3-way deal Ship It 2010 $64,213.14 (EzGame89) tonyfo14 $48,031.20 Speedyy1986 $36,595.20 1974cww $25,159.20 (1974cww) diablo8807 $14,295.00 (diablo8807) bRe3za $8,920.08 PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up ($200+15 NLHE) *$425k Guaranteed 2,375 entrants - $475,000 paid out to 342 spots ~ Full Recap bica999 $75,050.00 Kovalski1 $56,368.25 (Kovalski) osiasgriffin $40,375.00 yargen $27,787.50 (yargen) V.bl0m $21,137.50 DoePopoe $16,387.50 Krutenkie $11,637.50 Brryann $6,887.50 leitalopez $4,037.50 (leitalopez) PokerStars Sunday 500 (500+35 NLHE) *$275k Guaranteed 614 entrants - $307,000 paid out to 90 spots ~ Full Recap Crackdel29 $57,562.50 bittercoin $41,445.00 (Bittercoin) donki4 $30,700.00 nkeyno $23,025.00 dntfrgtame $16,117.50 manyadecano $13,047.50 Vojta_R $9,977.50 wizowizo $6,907.50 bartek901 $4,328.70 (bartek901) PokerStars Sunday Supersonic (200+15 NLHE 6-Max) *$250k Guaranteed 1,279 entrants - $269,613 paid out to 168 spots ~ Full Recap RADOALSUOLO1 $45,161.18 SenorPokes $33,701.65 (SenorPokes) hneves182 $25,478.44 (hneves182) luckydanace $17,390.05 bluet0m89 $11,377.67 YOUYOU777 $7,414.36 PartyPoker Heavyweight - The Main Event ($109 NLHE Re-Entry) 1,523 entrants - $152,300 paid out to 171 spots ~ Full Recap Rudebilly $27,474.92 MrSweetspot $19,875.15 WhyAlwaysMe... $15,230.00 smartrader $11,422.50 fastcash90 $7,995.75 Ssnj $6,472.75 (Esukki) D_J_G_1989 $4,949.75 (PS1GREENY) BomPang $3,426.75 (bompang) hunt1986 $2,132.20 bet-at-home / William Hill / iPoker Sunday Masters (€150 NLHE) 139 entrants - $22,380 paid out to 18 spots ~ Full Recap wisepelican $5,147.31 Rsaxo $3,580.74 CO4Hblu $2,719.12 iWILLtiltU1628 $2,014.16 slim1980 $1,342.78 graff4444 $1,118.98 (evgen_4444) ropok1 $895.18 ipoker123 $671.39 HasseBacke111 $559.49 888 WHALE ($600 NLHE) *$150k Guaranteed 329 entrants - $185,885 paid out to 45 spots Derharry69 - $35,969 sevensense - $26,953 (SixthSenSe19) noballznowin - $20,447 cube.com11 - $15,336 (cube.com) tutten7 - $10,595 (lena900) Imyurfriend - $8,179 breeth - $6,320 (breeth) rufstation - $4,461 pullztrigger - $3,253 888 Mega Deep ($215 NLHE) *$120k Guaranteed 741 entrants - $148,200 paid out to 99 spots bre3za - $27,195 pierrec_m - $19,414 (pierrec_m) evianwater1 - $14,672 IDtBelieveU - $11,041 Thicortes - $7,706 (thi_cortes) cube.com11 - $6,224 (cube.com) malakiasCF - $4,742 Perrymejsen - $3,260 (perrymejsen) gchenaud - $1,927 (G_Chenaud) Full Tilt The Sunday Major ($250 NLHE) 245 entrants - $60,000 paid out to 36 spots ~ Full Recap Big Huni $12,090.00 (Big Huni) Sputnick_PT $9,000.00 IneedMoneyXX $6,600.00 fishhookn1 $4,800.00 Whoozz $3,600.00 (lena900) joaoMATHIAS $2,700.00 (joaomathias) nollik $2,100.00 (normannolly) GumetDaurat $1,590.00 (GumetDaurat) 77kol0bok77 $1,230.00 (77kol0bok77)
  6. Sunday's action in the PokerStars Turbo Championship of Online Poker, eight players claimed championship titles, including Brazilian Geraldo Cesar 'GeraldoCesar' Neto, who pulled off his win after coming up just short of a win on Saturday. In the early hours of Sunday morning, two players, Colombia's Mayu 'marroca5' Roca and Finland’s ‘€urop€an’, came tantalizingly close to a TCOOP victory on Sunday. Both players made deep runs in the $215 No Limit Hold’em Turbo Heads Up tournament, but ultimately fell short, with Roca taking 11th and '€urop€an' settling for fifth. Instead, it was ‘Dhr. Awesome’ of the Netherlands who bested his experienced opponents to take the title and a $21,648 prize. Event 21, a $27 No Limit Hold’em Turbo tournament, drew a robust 6,278-player field and more than doubled its $75,000 guarantee. Without a doubt, Canada dominated the final table, taking the eighth, sixth, fourth and first place prizes. ‘Purkenya’ took the lion share of the cash with his $21,906 score. Up next was the $215 buy-in No Limit Omaha Hi-Lo event, which featured a regular prize pool of $62,900 and just as much in bounties. Sunday Million and WCOOP titleholder Kevin 'kick32' Iacofano was looking to take a step towards a Grand Slam with his first TCOOP win, but eventually departed in fifth place. Poland’s ‘sup-sport777’ topped the field, taking home a TCOOP title and over $15,000 in prizes and bounties. Brazil’s Neto narrowly missed his shot at his second TCOOP title on Saturday, when he finished runner-up in the $82 No Limit Omaha Hi-Lo event. But on Sunday, he didn’t let the opportunity slip through his fingers again. The Brazilian grinder outlasted a field of 1,715 players in the $215 Six Max No Limit Hold‘em event to grab his second title along with a $51,880 prize. The win was enough to tie him for the lead with compatriot Rodrigo ‘caprioli’ Caprioli on the TCOOP 2017 Player of the Series leaderboard. The format of Event 24 was chosen by players, and it was a doozy. The Six Max No Limit Hold‘em, Win the Button Progressive KO (50%) drew 2,623 players and generated a $524,600 prize pool, including bounties. Sweden’s ‘ludd£90’ beat out final table opponents from all over Europe and Canada to claim his first TCOOP title along with $37,329 in prizes, after making a three-way deal. The TCOOP champ that followed comes from a spot in the world not exactly known for being an online poker hub – Kazakhstan. ‘vip25459’ took on final table opponents in the $700 No Limit Hold‘em Turbo, Progressive KO 50% event which included Team PokerStars Pro Liv Boeree. Ultimately, Boeree busted in fifth place, banking over $36,000, while the Kazakh took the title and a $131,000 payday. 2,107 players bought-into the $82 PLO Four Max, Zoom, Progressive KO (50%) event, creating a $158,025 prize pool. Peru’s ‘konway’ eventually overcame his opponent, Hungary’s ‘maddog7788’ to grab the TCOOP title and a $15,367 score. Play wrapped up yesterday with the $215 Six Max No Limit Hold‘em Hyper-Turbo event, which drew 2,696 players. PocketFiver Grayson 'gray31' Ramage made an appearance at the final table, but had to settle for the $9,633 sixth place prize. When all was said and done, it was ‘jeanfranco07’ of Uruguay who came out on top, taking home $64,269 for his efforts. Event #18 - $215 No Limit Hold‘em Entries: 5,167 Prize pool: $158,200 Dhr. Awesome $21,648.24* DeviesPro $17,500.16* igor1261 $7,611.00 HU4FU $7,611.00 €urop€an $4,239.76 Texasspici $4,239.76 NVoskob1986 $4,239.76 kalashn1kovv $4,239.76 *Denotes a two-way deal Event #21 - $27 No Limit Hold‘em Entries: 6,278 Prize pool: $154,124 Purkenya $21,906.84 ongggg $15,061.43 mariojgua $10,357.08 Ramzey23 $7,122.12 SexyFlush $4,897.58 chonseSTEE $3,367.86 tavarez04 $2,315.94 cchen16 $1,592.57 smeltchoklad $1,095.14 Event #22 - $215 No Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Entries: 629 Prize pool: $62,900 regular, $62,900 bounty sup-sport777 $10,818.47 + $4,846.26 Lena900 $7,283.32 + $3,469.12 IneedMassari $4,903.50 + $1,362.50 Goforitrejam $3,301.29 + $1,018.75 Kevin ‘iacog4’ Iacofano $2,222.60 + $1,273.43 NemesisMsop $1,496.37 + $2,000.77 Event #23 - $215 No Limit Hold‘em Entries: 1,715 Prize pool: $343,000 Geraldo Cesar ‘GeraldoCesar’ Neto $51,880.33 noirduck $33,911.96 Liam ‘MON3Y$HOT’ O'Rourke $22,167.30 WATnlos $14,490.17 pagiopavleas $9,471.80 Ole ‘wizowizo’ Schemion $6,191.45 Event #24 - $215 No Limit Hold‘em Entries: 2623 Prize pool: $524,600 ludd£90 $25,382.17* + $11,947.73 in bounties motreanu90 $31,288.93* + $11,415.27 in bounties Papio Papio $23,148.30* + $2,913.46 in bounties no_fun_roll $10,713.04 + $5,601.53 in bounties Graftekkel $7,002.80 + $2,407.02 in bounties 50km $4,577.52 + $3,068.34 in bounties Event #25 - $700 No Limit Hold’em Entries: 1,733 Prize pool: $1,152,445 vip25459 $87,078.33 + $43,957.11 in bounties kleath $63,192.07 + $18,061.32 in bounties great dant $45,858.49 + $16,633.93 in bounties WayneDaBang $33,279.49 + $15,270.18 in bounties Liv Boeree $24,150.86 + $12,949.21 in bounties nadalon $17,526.26 + $1,745.61 in bounties Juliane $12,718.78 + $2,743.10 in bounties shahter98 $9,230.04 + $6,348.62 in bounties dpeters17 $6,698.18 + $6,946.08 in bounties Event #26 - $82 Pot Limit Omaha Entries: 2107 Prize pool: $158,025 konway $11,783.87 + $3,583.43 in bounties maddog7788 $7,429.75 + $2,776.63 in bounties Tilt_Avenue $4,685.08 + $1,736.01 in bounties pm_marke $2,954.33 + $450.56 in bounties Event #27 - $215 No Limit Hold’em Entries: 2,696 Prize pool: $552,032 jeanfranco07 $64,269.31* Bryan ‘bparis’ Paris $49,829.50* HereFijiFiji $53,885.21* NDQuattro $22,546.51 Ilkinopoulos $14,738.01 Grayson ‘gray31’ Ramage $9,633.80 *Denotes a three-way deal

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