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  1. Only one player has held the #1 spot for more weeks than Cliff 'JohnnyBax' Josephy, but while 'lena900' has had 10 turns as the #1-ranked player for 97 weeks, Josephy had one run that lasted an astonishing 74 weeks. That level of success has made Josephy a longstanding favorite of the PocketFives community and his PocketFives Legacy Award, which he won at the 2016 American Poker Awards, earned him the #7 seed in the Clubs bracket and an automatic bye into the second round. If Josephy wants to continue to add to his growing list of accolades, he'll need to survive a Clubs bracket that includes the likes of #1 seed Sebastian 'p0cket00' Sikorski, Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez, Fedor Holz, and his former protege Kevin 'BeL0WaB0Ve' Saul. Enter the #1 Number One Contest Now! p0cket00 (#1) vs StrungOut1 (#16) Sebastian 'p0cket00' Sikorski earned the #1 seed in this bracket thanks to being one of just six players to have worked their way into the #1 ranking on six different occasions. Those six reigns, turned into 28 weeks at #1 for Sikorski which, in addition to his seven Triple Crowns (good for 10th all-time), makes him one of the most accomplished players in PocketFives history. Michael 'StrungOut1' Wasserman held the #1 spot for one week in September 2015. He won two Triple Crowns before having his results no longer tracked by PocketFives. SixthSenSe19 (#2) vs Doc Sands (#15) Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez was ranked #1 on PocketFives on three separate occasions for a combined 21 weeks between October 2016 and March 2017. The Uruguayan has accumulated more than $10 million in lifetime online earnings thanks to PokerStars WCOOP and SCOOP titles as well as partypoker Powerfest wins. His path to Round 2 isn't an easy one though. David 'Doc Sands' Sands might have held the #1 ranking only one time, but his six-week reign and $3 million in online earnings, combined with his status as a popular member of PocketFives, make him a threat to advance. gboro780 (#3) vs SvZff (#14) It somehow feels like Steve 'gboro780' Gross might be a tad underrated as the #3 seed. Gross reached #1 on four separate occasions and has the fourth-longest combined time at #1 at 55 weeks. A majority of Gross' $6.2 million in lifetime earnings came before Black Friday as did his two Triple Crowns. Steven van Zadelhoff is the player standing in Gross' way of a first-round win. The Dutchman earned the #1 ranking in December 2017, just two months after he won the PokerStars WCOOP Main Event for $1.6 million. He held the top spot for a single week and has $11.4 million in earnings plus a Triple Crown to his credit. r4ndomr4gs (#4) vs aguskb (#13) Andreas 'r4ndomr4gs' Berggren is part of the army of Swedish superstars who have held the #1 spot. Berggren first took the top spot in May 2014 and held onto it for one week before losing it to fellow Swede Lukas 'lukethafluke' Berglund. He grabbed it back two weeks later for a final two weeks on top. He's also one of just 13 players with at least $14 Million in earnings. Aaron 'aguskb' Gustavson could be in line for an upset here. Gustavson spent one more week on top than Berggren over his two reigns. djk123 (#5) vs Greenstone25 (#12) With three times on top of the PocketFives Rankings and a pair of WSOP bracelets, Dan 'djk123' Kelly is one of the most decorated players in the field. He no longer plays professionally, but during his time at the top of the Rankings, Kelly was one of the most respected MTT grinders on the planet. His first-round opponent, Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar is another member of the Swedish contingent in the field. Korsar was #1 for three weeks in December 2019 and was only displaced by fellow Swede 'lena900'. 1_conor_b_1 (#6) vs BeL0WaB0Ve (#11) This matchup is going to be one to keep an eye on and could come down to a battle of American and British voters. Kevin 'BeL0WaB0Ve' Saul is a legendary figure to most long-time PocketFivers and his seven-week run at #1 in 2006-2007 helped solidify that position. His longtime popularity makes him a threat to upset the #6 seed, Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford who brings a 29 straight week reign at #1 as his leading credential. He also has $15 Million in earnings and a trophy case full of some of online poker's most prestigious hardware. Tmay420 (#8) vs CrownUpGuy (#9) Some voters may consider live poker success and that makes Fedor 'CrownUpGuy' Holz a threat to upset Tim 'Tmay420' West. Holz became #1 on three occasions, each time holding onto it for a single week. He won the 2014 PokerStars WCOOP Main Event and then went onto win more than $32 Million in live tournaments. West was #1 for seven weeks straight beginning in late 2006. He's won more than $4 Million online and nearly the same event in live events. Make your picks in the PocketFives #1 Number One Contest - entries due by Midnight ET on April 2. Then make sure to follow @PocketFives on Twitter to get your votes in!"
  2. "It takes a lot of work to be a winning player now." A quote from a man who has been around poker for ten years that undoubtedly rings true with players everywhere. Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar believes in the importance of focusing on your mind as well as your game, especially as poker has become tougher and tougher to beat. "For the last three years," he said, "I've been feeling like I won't be playing only poker for the rest of my life. When poker got tougher, I realized it's not possible to play poker successfully and not feel bad when things go badly. Then, I started looking at life coaching." Korsar said talking to others about how to manage his life outside of poker and how to formulate goals would have been highly beneficial while he was coming up. As such, he plans to coach others along as they ascend poker's ranks. "A lot of players are on a hunt for money, but they could be more successful if they had some kind of life balance," Korsar argued. "I don't know many poker players who have balance in life. The trend now is that everyone is forced to think of more aspects of their life like exercise and eating in order to do well in poker, so every aspect of a person's life revolves around poker." The Swede has almost 5,600 tracked in the money finishes. Almost $5 million on PokerStars alone. And he has been a staple of the top 100 on PocketFives, reaching as high as #25 in the world last year. But, he has come to the realization that firing up poker games for 60 hours a week just isn't in the cards. "I've gotten coaching to figure out how to deal with poker and life in general," he relayed. "I was trying to find something to combine with playing full-time and coaching others could be it. There's a private institution I go to. They teach me about knowing myself and teaching others. I've been doing that for the last two years." Korsar believes that questions each player should ask themselves include why they play poker, whether they play with passion, and whether they play only for the money. In summary, "Self-observation helps a lot." Korsar, who has almost 450 top-three finishes, hasn't begun teaching others how to balance poker and life… yet. He fully admits there are plenty of poker coaches, life coaches, and mainstream psychologists out there. But, as he noted, "It would be fun to be that outsider who helps people look clearly at how they're dealing with poker and why they do what they do." He has a two-year education at HumaNovain Stockholm and has consulted with therapists, life coaches, and poker coaches. He is studying to be a therapist and life coach. The Sweden poker community member has been around the industry for ten years and said, "Being a professional tournament player isn't always easy and there is a lot of stuff to deal with all the time. We have to handle the theoretical and the psychological aspects of poker and have to deal with the fact that the majority of the time, we will be on a losing streak." He added about his future teaching style, "I intend to offer 'classic' poker coaching, but with a 'life around it' perspective if a person wants it. My advantage versus other coaches with more education is my experience of what poker is really like." Anyone who is interested can email johannes.korsar@gmail.com. Korsar got started in poker during the Moneymaker Boom, playing with friends and entering freerolls. He dominated his home games and promptly moved online. "I never thought I was talented in poker," he admitted. "I just thought it was a fun game." Fun indeed. Ten years and over $7 million later, Korsar is still racking up big wins. He finished third in thePokerStars Super Tuesday late last year for $66,000. Over the years, he has piled up five scores that have passed $50,000. He is one of two-dozen players to hit $7 million in career winnings online. "I'm proud of surviving in poker," he boasted. "There have been plenty ups and downs over the last ten years. It has been fun to play. In the beginning, it was easy. It has become more like work over time, though. Now, you have to put in a lot of hours, take care of yourself, and think about every aspect of poker much more than you needed to in the beginning. That also makes it a little more fun because it demands more. It takes a lot of work to be a winning player now."
  3. [caption width="640"] Bryan 'bparis' Paris won the PocketFives Monthly Leaderboard in June with 3,342 points, 500 more than the next closest player[/caption] After a photo finish in May, the ending of the June Monthly PocketFives Leaderboard was anything but dramatic. Bryan 'bparis' Paris absolutely crushed the competition last month with 3,342.60 PocketFives Leaderboard Points, over than 500 more than the next closest player. "It feels fantastic," Paris said. "I have been telling myself all year that June would be a huge month and it's been fun watching that become a reality. It's been a validating experience to see that I can still achieve milestones like this. Online poker has become tougher the past couple of years, but a lot of studying and hard work have paid off. I hope to hit many more milestones going forward while helping make poker grow again." While other poker pros were in Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker, Paris was camped out half-a-world away in Amsterdam crushing souls on the non-US sites. He won two PocketFives Triple Crowns in June, the fourth and fifth of his career, one of which passed 1,000 PLB Points. All told, Paris piled up 117 in the money finishes over the course of the 30-day month for over $235,000 total. These included 10 wins, 39 top-10 finishes, and a victory in the PokerStars Super Tuesday on June 7 for $81,000, the fifth largest score of his career. One day before his Super Tuesday win, he finished fourth in the partypoker Heavyweight Main Event for $10,000. He booked the same payday for winning that site's High Roller on June 10, the third and final five-figure score Paris logged last month. Paris' Monthly PLB win was the 13th ever by a Canadian player on PocketFives. It was the first Monthly PLB win by a registered Canuck since Connor 'blanconegro' Drinan took down the leaderboard in March 2014. Over 500 points behind Paris in the Monthly PLB race for June is Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar, who ended up with 2,799 points, an amount that would have been good enough to take down the leaderboard in February. Korsar, who calls Sweden home, had a half-dozen five-figure scores last month, including a second place finish in the PokerStars Sunday Grand on June 19 for $37,000. It was one of 23 top-10 finishes for the Swede during June and, not surprisingly, he zoomed up to #13 worldwide in the PocketFives Rankings, his all-time high. Canada's Jimmy 'JMolloy' Molloy finished in third place in the June Monthly Leaderboard with 2,767 points, just 22 behind Korsar. He had a dozen wins last month, including the partypoker High Roller, PokerStars $109 Rebuy, PokerStars Big $109, and partypoker Heavyweight Creed, which raised his career win total to 321. "It feels good," Molloy said. "I'm enjoying the softer games much more than the usual grind even if the prize pools are a bit smaller while a lot of regs are in Vegas. I'm hoping I continue to run well and put up the same results when they return." [caption width="622"] Davide 'girex91' Marchi finished fourth in the June MPLB race[/caption] Ending June with 2,731 PLB Points, good for fourth place, was Davide 'girex91' Marchi. He had a blockbuster seventh day of June, placing fourth in the Super Tuesday and winning the Big $215, both on PokerStars, for $45,000 total. Marchi is the second-ranked online poker player in Malta and a two-time Triple Crown winner. "I had a very good month," Marchi said. "I just missed a big ship, but whatever. This month started well also, so I hope (July) is going to be at least as good as June was." Rounding out the top five, and the third Canadian in the group, is 'iamthedeck ftw', who had 2,388 PLB Points. The 90th-ranked player worldwide turned in three wins during June, one of which was a $42,000 haul that came as a result of winning the PokerStars Thursday Thrill. He has $2.7 million in career online tournament winnings. The top 10 in June: bparis - 3,342.60 points Greenstone25 - 2,799.67 points JMolloy - 2,767.36 points girex91 - 2,731.48 points iamthedeck ftw - 2,388.79 points tonkaaaa - 2,250.98 points DeathbyQuads - 2,189.38 points r4ndomr4gs - 2,170.01 points alexd2 - 2,154.35 points aJarov - 2,069.10 points
  4. [caption width="640"] Fabrzio ‘SixthSenSe19’ Gonzales seems to quite comfortable sitting at #1 (SHRPO photo)[/caption] Just two weeks Uruguayan poker pro Fabrzio ‘SixthSenSe19’ Gonzales took over the #1 spot in the PocketFives Rankings for the first time and he doesn’t seem to be willing to let go of it any time soon. Gonzales maintained his hold on top spot this past week and has nearly a 1,000-point lead over his closest competitor. Gonzalez had just one cash this past week that was big enough to count toward his PLB score. He finished fourth in the $1,050 Sunday Grand Pot Limit Omaha event for $15,872 and 193.2 points. He now sits 930.61 ahead of the rest of the field. The player closest to Gonzalez is Brazil’s Joao Mathias ’joaomathias’ Baumgarten. The former #1-ranked player had four qualifying cashes this week including two big wins on PokerStars, first in the $320 Omania High Roller (Five Card PLO, Six Max) for $8,455/198.24 and then in the $55 Bounty Builder for $6,152/208.33. He also had a fourth place finish in the PokerStars Big $55 on last Thursday for $4,022/115.37 and a ninth place finish on Sunday in the partypoker Super High Roller for $5,863/109.51. Alex ‘alexd2’ Dimitrov cashed a total off 37 times this past week, with four of them earning enough points to add to his PLB score. The first came via a third place finish in the 888poker $50,000 Volcano for $10,356/153.57 last Tuesday. He then followed that up with a third place finish in the PokerStars Big $215 on Thursday for $7,039/137.45. That same day he also took down the partypoker High Roller for $11,069/178.89. He wrapped up the week with a runner-up finish in the PokerStars Big $44 for $8,831/189.98. The top two ranked Swedish players, ‘C Darwin2’ and ‘lena900’ also held onto their respective #4 and #5 rankings. ‘C Darwin2’ had two cashes big enough to add to his PLB score and both were wins. The first came in the partypoker Heavyweight: The Uppercut which earning him $10,376/236.85 on Sunday. His next win, which was also his next cash, came two days later in the PokerStars Hot $55 for $8,536/229.35. Not to be outdone, 'Lena900' also had two qualifying cashes. The first was also a win in the partypoker High Roller on Tuesday which added $11,574 to his bankroll and 192.35 points to his PLB score. His second qualifying score came from a fourth place finish in the PokerStars $215 Bounty Builder for $6,472/132.31. While there was no change in position for any of the top five this week, spots 6 - 8 were jumbled all around thanks to a big week from Andreas ‘r4ndomr4gs’ Berggren. The Swede had two wins this past week including topping the field in the partypoker High Roller on Sunday for $15,948/281.96. He then won the PokerStars $109 No Limit Hold’em (Six Max, Hyper Turbo) for $4,552/$152.15. He then added more to his PLB score, finishing 10th in the $1,050 PokerStars Sunday Grand (NLHE) for $5,013/144.73. Those three scores allowed him to move from #8 to #6. In the process of moving up the rankings, Berggren leapfrogged Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard and Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford for the only movement this week. No players fell out of the top 10. RANKPLAYERPOINTSPREVIOUS 1SixthSenSe199,463.811 2joaomathias8,533.202 3alexd28,516.633 4C Darwin28,063.814 5lena9007,499.335 6r4ndomr4gs7,424.508 7pleno17,397.476 81_conor_b_17,172.547 9joaosimaobh7,137.619 10Greenstone257,045.2210
  5. The PocketFives Rankings have long been a playground for Swedish players. Just last week 'lena900' moved back into the top spot for the fifth time in his career and now there's six Swedes in the top 10 with another two knocking on the door. Sitting on top certainly seems to serve 'lena900' well. On June 6 he took down a partypoker High Roller for $20,422 and 322.49 PLB points. While it was a big score, it was the only one big enough to add to his total this week. He now sits 353.1 points ahead of the rest of the field - including the the three Swedes directly behind him. Staying at #2 despite no PLB points earned this past week was 'inhoo'. There's just 78.35 points between him and 'C Darwin2' who moved from #4 to #3 this week. The former #1-ranked player had four big scores this week inlcuding a win in the partypoker Heavyweight Title Fight Warm Up for $20,427/358.33 and a partypoker High Roller win for $13,059/237.7. He also finished seventh in the partypoker Heavyweight Title Fight for $4,700/155.56 and runner-up in the 888poker Volcano for $10,085/160.69. 'Ariados' fell from #3 to #4 despite a runner-up finish in the Winamax Highroller for $13,663/171.88 and a fourth-place finish in the partypoker High Roller on June 6 for $8,043 adn 140.37. There was no change in spots 5 - 9 but Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar jumped from #14 to #10 thanks to his win in the partypoker Super High Roller for $52,437 and 421.31 points. Korsar is the sixth Swede in the top 10 but there may be more soon. 'Sheater' is sitting at #11, just 14.78 points behind Korsar while 'DeathbyQuads' is at #15. PocketFives Rankings Top 10 RANKPLAYERPOINTSRANK 1lena9009,696.911 2inhoo9,343.812 3C Darwin29,265.464 4Ariados9,029.153 5Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez8,349.815 6Andres 'probirs' Nemeth8,178.526 7Nicolas 'PokerKaiser' Fierro7,903.997 8Andreas 'r4ndomr4gs' Berggren7,800.758 9Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford7,487.099 10Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar7,394.9414
  6. Swedish online poker tournament specialist Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar (ranked #14 worldwide) captured an outright victory in the $2,500 buy-in Super High Roller event on partypoker for a payday or $52,437. 'Stikeeez' was awarded $35,661 for second place in that event followed by 31st-ranked Troy 'iamthedeck ftw' Quenneville of Canada who cashed for $24,253 in third. 'SentimenTODO23' took down the $530 buy-in High Roller for $29,779 with Uruguay's Francisco 'paulwiter' Garcia receiving $21,610 in the runner-up position. Ariel Celestino of Brazil (ranked #98) finished third and collected $15,683. Australian 'Corlusion' place fourth for $11,381. The $100,000 Guaranteed "Baby Whale" event on 888 Poker saw 7th-ranked Nicolas 'PokerKaiser' Fierro of Chile in the top spot for $20,450 while 'ImaBarista' collected an even $15,000 for second place. The "Mega Deep" tournament was won by 'sir.dohoda' for $22,517 with PocketFives member 'NukeTheFish' of Ireland coming in second for $16,330. Note: The PokerStars feature tournaments that are normally included in our Monday report did not run as scheduled this past weekend. PokerStars Sunday Million ($200+$15 NLHE) *$1M Guaranteed Cancelled partypoker Super High Roller ($2,600 NLHE) *$100K Guaranteed 71 entrants - $177,500 paid out to 11 spots SLARVBOGMAJS - $52,437 (Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar) Stikeeez - $35,661 good player - $24,253 (Troy 'iamthedeck ftw' Quenneville) TDurdenWAR - $16,294 (joaomathias) TullaMoreFan12 - $11,217 azkabante - $7,629 D0nKanille_ - $6,809 partypoker High Roller ($530 NLHE) *$150K Guaranteed 319 entrants - $159,500 paid out to 20 spots SentimenTODO23 - $29,779 lospokeres - $21,610 (Francisco 'paulwiter' Garcia) ArielBahia - $15,683 (Ariel Celestino) PotatoLottery - $11,381 (Corlusion) ACHSO8000 - $8,259 LifeSupport - $5,993 Bond__18 - $4,350 888 Poker Baby WHALE ($320 NLHE) *$100K Guaranteed 286 entrants - $100,000 paid out to 36 spots Nicolas 'PokerKaiser' Fierro - $20,450 ImaBarista - $15,000 Bumbi320 - $11,300 harrrrmonica - $8,500 altavistt - $5,800 TeamShippo - $4,500 heyfreddy - $3,500 (Russell 'rdcrsn' Carson) birdgamecray - $2,500 MacGyver888 - $1,900 888 Poker Mega Deep ($215 NLHE) *$100K Guaranteed 596 entrants - $119,200 paid out to 81 spots sir.dohoda - $22,517 xXGlamBabeXx - $16,330 (NukeTheFish) Chopy5 - $12,039 Grozzorg - $9,059 heysweety - $6,365 (Vladislav Donchev) skylin007 - $5,066 bxcas1 - $3,874 edtastylez92 - $2,682 FrankStumpf - $1,788
  7. [caption width="640"] Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar and 'josef_shvejk' jumped into the top 10 of the PocketFives Rankings this week while 'C Darwin2' remained #1.[/caption] PocketFives Rankings saw no change this week, but two players cracked the top 10 - one of them for the first time in his career. Russia's 'josef_shvejk' moved from #13 to #8, marking his career-best ranking, while Sweden's Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar climbed from #12 to #7 - just three spots off of his previous best. After consistently moving up the rankings over the past several weeks, 'josef_shvejk' had two qualifying cashes this past week, an eighth place finish in a partypoker High Roller on December 19 for $3,233 and 111.41 PLB points and then he beat out 233 other players to win the $1,050 Super Tuesday on PokerStars for $46,687 and 500 points. Korsar's move comes thanks to a Sunday to remember. The Swedish grinder won the $2,100 PokerStars Sunday High Roller for $59,180 and then finished third in the PokerStars Sunday 500 for $19,338 and 229.89. The next day he finished third in the PokerStars Daily 500 for $7,337 and 122.96 points. With those two moving into the top 10, two had to drop out. Connor 'blanconegro' Drinan dropped from #9 to #17 and 'rolandbauer' moved from #10 to #12. Former #1 Fabrizio 'SixthSense19' Gonzalez now finds himself sitting just outside of the top 10 after moving up from #15 to #11. A week after picking up three wins on partypoker, Gonzalez hit the winner's circle just once, beating out 28 other players in the $500 High Roller Turbo on partypoker to win $7,186 and 122.47 points. Brazil's Renato Almeida 'bauruzito' Prado Valentim moved back into the top 25 this week, going from #26 to #21 and the #1-ranked player in Thailand, Jordan 'JWPRODIGY' Westmorland went from #28 to #24. Dropping out of the Top 25 this week was Chris 'Apotheosis' Kruk, who went from #22 to #26, and Germany's 'nilsef', who fell from #25 to #29. PocketFives Rankings Top 25 RANKNAMEPOINTPREVIOUS 1C Darwin210,086.921 2Steven 'SvZff' van Zadelhoff9,305.352 3lena9008,458.873 4Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao7,800.104 5veeea7,404.765 6Sheater7,397.866 7Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar7,308.1012 8josef_shvejk7,305.9013 9Andreas 'r4ndomr4gs' Berggren7,149.998 10Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen7,110.807 11Fabrizio 'SixthSense19' Gonzalez6,909.1815 12rolandbauer6,864.7410 13Jonatan 'Pot4teUS' Hellman6,805.9116 14Laszlo 'omaha4rollz' Bujtas6,792.6111 15Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford6,618.2314 16Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky6,605.9718 17Connor 'blanconegro' Drinan6,596.419 18DeathbyQuads6,498.8019 19DamageAP6,474.8920 20Robin 'inhoo' Ylitalo6,432.4817 21Renato Almeida 'bauruzito' Prado Valentim6,388.8326 22Andras 'probirs' Nemeth6,379.5121 23Pedro 'PaDiLhA SP' Padilha6,369.7623 24Jordan 'JWPRODIGY' Westmorland6,301.2328 25NoPlanB6,253.2224
  8. [caption width="640"] Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar took second in the PocketFives November PLB Rankings (image: WPT)[/caption] ‘C Darwin2’ eviscerated the competition in October to win the PLB title and then followed that up in November with another strong month and yet another PLB title. ‘C Darwin2’ was the only player to cross the 3,000-point mark and finished with a manageable margin of victory over Johannes ‘Greenstone25’ Korsar and ‘hellohellohello.’ The most points won by ‘C Darwin2’ came in the PokerStars High Roller series. He won Event #3 ($1,050 NLHE Eight Max Turbo Progressive KO) to win 504.98 points and $45,290. Overall, ‘C Darwin2’ shipped five tournaments and maintained his place as #1 on the overall leaderboard. It wasn’t in the High Roller series, but Korsar’s biggest score did come in a PokerStars high roller event. Korsar emerged victorious in the $2,100 Sunday High Roller on November for $59,180 and 519.62 points. The most points claimed in a single event by any player in November's top 10 belongs to ‘hellohellohello.’ In the PokerStars High Roller Series Event #12 ($2,100 Turbo), ‘hellohellohello’ beat a field of 264 entrants to win the tournament, $101,912, and a whopping 728.01 PLB points. A new name is in the top 10 in Guntas ‘lovefee’ Aleskins. The #1 player in Latvia is currently #31 worldwide and placed fourth in November’s PLB. Of Aleskin’s 2,718.42 PLB points, 552.27 came on November 14 in the $275,000 guaranteed Super Tuesday event. Aleskin defeated a final table that included Dominik Nitsche to win $57,436. The third Swedish player in the top five is 'Sheater'. The worldwide #5 took care of business last month with five wins and a second place finish in the High Roller Series Event 12, won by ‘hellohellohello.’ For the second consecutive month, ‘Discoovery’ finished in sixth place. The Swede final-tabled the High Roller Series $5,200 PLO event and won the $50,000 guaranteed High Roller on partypoker to account for a large percentage of their points for the month. Conor ‘1_conor_b_1’ Beresford is #1 in England and #7 in November’s PLB. Beresford put together a month including a third-place finish in the High Roller Series $2,100 8-Max $500,000 guaranteed and a win in the Big $215. Fellow Brit Charlie ‘chaz_man_chaz’ Combes is #8 on the list. A Super Tuesday third-place run combined with a partypoker High Roller win and a Hot $82 win have Combes peaking toward the end of the year. Austrian top dog ‘rolandbauer’chimes in at #9 with 484.77 points of his month coming from a November 5 Super High Roller win. Closing out the best of November is Kurt ‘kurt23x’ Fitzgerald. A Hot $215 win and Heavyweight: Uppercut title compiled most of Fitzgerald’s points. The biggest chunk came from a score in the Daily 500 $50,000 guaranteed on PokerStars, that resulted in 343.51 points. Finishing on the fringe of the top 10 were Andreas ‘r4ndomr4gs’ Berggren and Fabrizio ‘SixthSenSe19’ Gonzalez. PLAYERPLB POINTS C Darwin23,045.92 Greenstone252,906.56 hellohellohello2,863.21 lovefee2,718.42 Sheater2,698.01 Discoovery2,661.73 1_conor_b_12,637.84 chaz_man_chaz2,612.94 rolandbauer2,600.48 kurt23x2,576.41
  9. [caption width="640"] Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar won a Sunday Major this week and should be moving on up the PocketFives Rankings (WPT photo)[/caption] Sweden's Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar could move into the top five of the PocketFives Rankings this week thanks to an impressive Sunday that included a victory in the $2,100 buy-in High Roller event on Stars for $53,828 along with a third place showing in the Sunday 500. Korsar chopped the tournament with 'Dattebayo' who was awarded $50,370 in the runner-up position. There was a five-way final table deal reached in the PokerStars Sunday Million, with 'money_hunte' taking home $91,814 for winning the event. Runner-up Alex Gelinski walked away with the largest payday of $95,712. Third place went to 'acerb1c' for $77,409 while '8_Spizzico_9' received $77,402 for fifth and Ravil 'rafa0509416' Rafikov of Russia finished fourth for $69,814. The PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up was won by 'lil-lj1981' for a cash prize of $36,363 and 'jricardosc' came out on top in the Sunday 500 for $35,793. Sam '0Prince_Phlip-it' Dearman of the United Kingdom (ranked #553) was victorious in the partypoker Heavyweight event and scored $26,775 for the win. Alex Dynoalot' Difelice finished first in the $530 buy-in High Roller Warm-Up tournament for $20,814. 'MisterN411' took down the 888poker Baby Whale tournament and collected $21,500 as Canadian Tim Kelly earned the win in the Mega Deep event for $19,250. PokerStars Sunday Million $200 + $15 NLHE 5,484 entrants $1,096,800 paid out to 998 spots money_hunte - $91,813.82 Alex Gelinski - $95,711.58 acerb1c - $77,408.64 Ravil 'rafa0509416' Rafikov - $69,813.85 8_Spizzico_9 - $77,402.07 *5-way deal Rsiatat - $25,211.81 soleeJ - $17,692.91 foster18 - $12,416.43 Romans 'RovoDice' Voitovs - $8,713.52 PokerStars Sunday High Roller $2,000 + $100 NLHE 135 entrants $270,000 paid out to 20 spots Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar - $53,827.52 WushuTM - $50,370.25 (Dattebayo) *2-way deal DEX888 - $34,244.26 shahter98 - $26,049.14 Bonglim - $19,815.24 C Darwin2 - $15,073.18 be_awesome1 - $11,465.95 T-Macha - $8,721.99 Jordan 'JWPRODIGY' Westmorland - $6,634.71 PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up $200 + $15 NLHE 1,298 entrants $259,600 paid out to 215 spots lil-lj1981 - $36,362.58 Manni1822 - $33,469.74 *2-way deal LondonAA - $21,310.66 1TheSpiteful - $15,465.15 J.Creutz - $11,223.05 Carlos 'boladegude' Galvao - $8,144.56 Clarkson7 - $5,910.49 Palmero92 - $4,289.24 jbidouilles - $3,112.70 PokerStars Sunday 500 $500 + $30 NLHE 395 entrants $197,500 paid out to 55 spots jricardosc - $35,792.94 AppelKruimel - $26,308.91 Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar - $19,337.97 jknack10 - $14,214.07 airlewis - $10,447.84 Tim 'TTWIST' Kelly - $7,679.53 jakoon1985 - $5,644.70 Graftekkel - $4,149.06 kitaec80 - $3,049.71 PokerStars Omania High Roller $500 + $30 PLO Six Max 182 entrants $91,000 paid out to 19 spots Suhepxm - $16,390.50 Bernardo 'bedias' Dias - $13,082.85 Elliott Peterman - $10,442.75 jutrack - $8,335.43 WATnlos - $6,653.35 imlucknuts - $5,310.72 PokerStars Sunday Supersonic $200 + $15 NLHE Six Max Hyper Turbo 837 entrants $171,384 paid out to 89 spots jonzstars - $28,900.82 ekziter - $20,495.62 ULOSEMFKR!! - $14,535.17 gortsos - $10,308.12 IcollectCar - $7,310.37 x_zola25 - $5,184.38 partypoker High Roller (Warm-Up) $500 + $30 212 entrants $106,000 paid out to 34 spots Dynoalot - $20,814 probirs - $15,257 boBByknuckleZ - $11,183 Pete_Tugger187 - $8,197 (carpediem200) dartazz - $6,009 Algorhytm - $4,404 (Ariados) strangejelly - $3,228 (Akash 'funwheel' Majumdar) zupsherlock - $2,366 (Discoovery) partypoker $215 Heavyweight - The Title Fight $200 + $15 732 entrants $150,000 paid out to 104 spots Sam '0Prince_Phlip-it' Dearman - $26,775 HARRYPOKERS - $19,050 Rudi 'ruaa111' Aabo - $12,795 str8toh8 - $8,670 lgnent - $6,120 Aspartam1967 - $4,410 babyarmcathead - $3,150 morant3 - $2,190 888poker Baby Whale $300 + $20 NLHE 213 entrants $100,000 paid out to 27 spots MisterN411 - $21,500 Imyurfriend - $15,500 WorldIsOurs - $11,750 (Maszat 'noirduck' Marci) _WhiteBear_ - $8,750 iCrushU556 - $6,000 psyhoagromor - $5,000 Eat1gAndWIN - $4,000 Biack88 - $3,000 888poker MEGA DEEP $200 + $15 NLHE 384 entrants $100,000 paid out to 48 spots REALTTWIST - $19,250 (Tim Kelly) alexxv14 - $14,250 ForzaMilan00 - $10,750 Pedro 'PaDiLhA10' Padilha - $7,750 RandyMarshh - $5,250 Isildur1337x - $3,750 (C Darwin2) MAMOHT_T - $2,750 Bryan 'DePittsterje' Paris - $2,250
  10. No PocketFiver enjoyed more success on 888poker in March than Russia's 'josef_shvejk', even though is month actually represents opportunity lost. Picking up $53,950 in earnings on 888poker put him $6,257 ahead of the next highest earner, but almost all of his winnings came from a pair of runner-up finishes in the $1,050 buy-in Whale event. The first came on March 11 when he took home $22,570 for finishing just behind fellow Russian PocketFiver 'papan9_p$'. He picked up the second second place finish two weeks later, taking home $23,924 behind 'B.Mitchell'. He had eight other 888poker cashes on the month for $7,456. The current #10-ranked player in the world, Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar, ended up with the second biggest month, banking $47,693.50. He did it thanks to four five-figure scores. Meanwhile, 'papan9_p$' rode his Whale win to a third best finish. Patrick Leonard continued to show the world why he's one of the best MTT players alive. The partypoker Ambassador and former #1-ranked player won the $1,050 buy-in Whale on March 18 for $34,100. It was his first cash on 888poker since October 2017. Austria's 'tiarc' rounded out the top five, picking up $33,964.94 in earnings in March. While the rest of the top five were reliant on big scores, 'tiarc' posted 16 cashes and none bigger than his $9,109 score from winning the $109 buy-in Sunday Challenge on March 18. Another former #1-ranked player, Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez, earned $25,459.33, most of that coming after he finished runner-up to Leonard in the Whale on March 18. He also picked up five other cashes that month. Thanks to 32 cashes, 'Kaktus26rus' came in seventh in March, winning $20,219.71. His biggest score came via the $88 buy-in Great 8 event on March 30. Beating 116 other players earned him $ 3,675. A true mid-stakes grinder, just three of his cashes came in events with buy-ins of $109 or larger. The Ukraine's Roman Romanovsky only cashed five times on 888poker in March, but still managed to make his way into the top 10. His biggest score of the month came in the $1,050 buy-in Whale on March 11 when he finished fifth for $8,540. 'nU3DOC' and 'proudflop' rounded out the top 10. Top 10 Earning PocketFivers on 888poker in March josef_shvejk - $53,950.00 Greenstone25 - $47,693.50 papan9_p$ - $36,509.61 pleno1 - $34,100.00 tiarc - $33,964.94 SixthSenSe19 - $25,459.33 Kaktus26rus - $20,219.71 Romeopro - $18,736.00 nU3DOC - $16,947.25 proudflop - $16,657.50
  11. Comin on the heels of his runner-up finish in the XL Blizzard Mini Main Event, Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky put together a dominant February on 888poker to be the top-earning PocketFiver on the site. It took just eight cashes for Romanovsky to rack up $71,621 in winnings. His biggest score came on February 4 when he won the $125,000 Whale for a $34,375 payday. Exactly three weeks later he finished runner-up to 'OlNKOinkOink' in the $100,000 Whale for $20,350. Proving he's not just about the big buy-in events, Romanovsky also managed to finish runner-up in the $88 buy-in $15,000 Great 8 event on the final day of the month to earn f$2,864. Sweden's Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar had the second best month of any PocketFiver on 888poker, but still found himself almost $30,000 behind Romanovsky. His biggest score came when he won the $50,000 Volcano event on February 27 for $15,008. A little over two weeks earlier, Korsar finished fourth in the $120,000 Volcano for $12,100. Canadian Sebastian 'p0cket00' Sikorski put up more volume than Romanovsky and Korsar on his way to winning $31,465.30. Of his 10 cashes, six were of the four-figure variety. His single biggest score came from a sixth-place finish in the $120,000 Whale for $6,655. Russian 'josef_shvejk' continued to dominate online, earning $28,740.75 on 888poker. He only picked up five cashes with $15,400 of his winnings coming in the $100,000 Whale on February 24 for his biggest score. Other PocketFivers to have solid months on 888poker included Rodrigo 'sonmonedas' Perez, former #1-ranked Chris 'moorman1' Moorman, Charlie 'chaz_man_chaz' Combes, Alessandro 'JaNdRo27' Sarro and 'machiavelli3'. Top 10 February Earning PocketFivers on 888poker Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky - $71,621.00 Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar - $42,336.57 Sebastian 'p0cket00' Sikorski - $31,465.30 msksevart - $30,480.03 josef_shvejk - $28,740.75 Rodrigo 'sonmonedas' Perez - $26,750.00 Chris 'moorman1' Moorman - $25,923.50 Charlie 'chaz_man_chaz' Combes - $22,678.49 Alessandro 'JaNdRo27' Sarro - $21,785.92 machiavelli3 - $21,443.56
  12. Over 9,000 Twitch viewers saw popular streamer and 888poker ambassador Parker 'Tonkaaa' Talbot take the silver medal in the PokerStars Sunday Million for $124,114 following a heads-up deal with eventual winner 'PokerDave476'. Talbot, who enjoyed success on the live poker felt after a sixth-place finish in the PokerStars EPT Prague Main Event last month for $203,626, agreed to a chop with 'PokerDave476' following 'Rus_us8''s exit in third place for $77,622. With $20,000 in the prize pool still to play for, the poker fans flocked to Talbot's Twitch stream to see if the Canadian could go all the way. Both players started with even chips before Talbot took a 2-1 lead, but the U.K.'s 'PokerDave476' pulled it back and was ultimately crowned victor for $144,114. Both players achieved their biggest online cashes to date in the process and added six-figures to their bankrolls. https://twitter.com/tonkaaaap/status/1087259669591150592?s=20 'Secret_M0d3' took down the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $48,431 after a heads-up deal with Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar. PokerStars Team Pro Igor Kurganov was the first player to fall from the final table of nine before his fellow Team Pro, and girlfriend Liv Boeree just missed out on a place on the podium after she finished in fourth-place for $24,182. Russia's 'Futti18' took the bronze for $45,435, before the final two agreed to a deal. 'Secret_M0d3' then got the better of Korsar during heads-up and banked $48,431, with Korsar settling for $45,435. 'Bjuran' came through a 1,005 player-field in the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller to win over $76,000. 'DanielLUCKY' took the bronze medal for $22,243 + $7,710 in bounties and paved the way for the heads-up match. Germany's 'Tydarax' fell as runner-up for an online best score of $30,346 + $9,811, which left 'Bjuran' to be named the victor. 1,058 runners in the PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up created a $211,600 prize pool and a $34,334 first-place prize. Among the players at the final table looking to take down the title were PocketFivers 'Easterdamn', 'newguy89 ', and 'LlKE A G6', but they all hit the rail before the well-known 'girafganger7' binked a bronze medal worth $17,749. 'Dabledore7' was then the unlucky final player to depart and took away $24,685 as runner-up with Russia's 'Egor699' claiming the gold medal and top prize. 'Mr.Water99' got the better of partypoker ambassador Anatoly 'NL_Profit' Filatov heads-up to take down the partypoker $1,050 Deepstack-HR. A field of 111 players created a $111,000 prize pool with 'chadi6969' taking the third-place prize worth $13,875. Filatov was looking to score another victory on his partner site, but was unable to get through the challenge from his opponent and exited as runner-up $19,425, with 'Mr.Water99' banking $27,195 as the winner. 'pockjack0' saw off the challenge of 61 opponents in the partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller to claim victory for $50,375. The prize pool was set at $155,000, and just beat the $150,000 guarantee. When the final eight came together Canadian High Roller Sam 'DeanMalenko' Greenwood was the first player to hit the rail, followed by partypoker ambassador Roberto 'Welsh_Wizard' Romanello who departed in seventh-place and eventually saw his team-mate Patrick Leonard eliminated in third-place for $22,475. 'RedDwarf9' was then the final player that 'pockjack0' needed to depart for victory, and the former fell with the silver medal for $34,000. Below are this week’s Sunday final table results: PokerStars Sunday Million ($200 + $15 NLHE) $1M Guaranteed 5,837 entrants, $1,167,400 prize pool PokerDave476 - $144,114.99* tonkaaa - $124,114.98* Rus_us8 - $77,622.29 Pseudo Fruto - $54,472.98 BuddyAces2 - $38,227.56 WhaTisL0v3 - $26,826.96 T0X16 - $18,826.42 rmullen - $13,211.93 icebearrr - $9,271.84 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $150k Gtd 121 entrants, $242,000 prize pool Secret_M0d3 - $48,431.57* Greenstone25 - $45,435.63* Futti18 - $31,420.09 Liv Boeree - $24,182.28 fish2013 - $18,611.73 raidalot - $14,324.41 pads1161 - $11,024.69 caecilius - $8,485.07 IgorKurganov - $6,530.49 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $350k Gtd 1,005 entrants, $502,500 prize pool Bjuran - $41,401.47 + $35,099.99 (in bounties) Tydarax - $30,346.52 + $9,811.03 DanielLUCKY - $22,243.91 + $7,710.92 SwalzB - $16,304.71 + $3,224.61 NEWFlat - $11,951.30 + $6,595.72 Neanderthal4 - $8,760.28 + $7,289.06 serggorelyi7 - $6,421.27 + $4,282.22 progre69 - $4,706.76 + $1,500.00 cliff47 - $3,450.03 + $1,289.06 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $175k Gtd 1,058 entrants, $211,600 prize pool Egor699 - $34,334.00 Dabledore7 - $24,685.91 girafganger7 - $17,749.36 LlKE A G6 - $12,761.95 newguy89 - $9,175.94 fellatiado - $6,597.60 CPUrul0r - $4,743.73 Easterdamn - $3,410.80 john220764 - $2,452.40 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller $100k Gtd 114 entrants, $114,000 prize pool CASHEEEGAMEEE - $25,786.71* BuyThaPot - $22,093.30 SouthftfW - $14,250 haddoken - $9,975 DeanMalenko - $7,410 DamianLillard - $5,700 adolfnitler.ftw - $4,560 Drulitooo - $3,705 partypoker $1,050 Sunday Bounty Hunter – HR $150k 167 entrants, $170,340 prize pool SpiritDNA - $18,478.55 + $21,198.13 (in bounties) p0kchkmonsta - $13,276.50 + $7,101.25 rdcrsnn - $9,686 + $2,470 omgitsgiraf - $6,930.50 + $5,776.87 jizonhisniz - $4,843 + $1,690 spinner2255 - $3,757.50 + $1,495 VeGeTTo99 - $2,922.50 + $3,867.50 Lord_Rav3n - $2,296.25 + $1,170 partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller $150k Gtd 62 entrants, $155,000 prize pool pockjack0 - $50,375 RedDwarf9 - $34,000 Patrick_Leonard - $22,475 MOTHERSMATTERS - $13,950 chadi6969 - $10,850 eet_smakelijk - $8,525 Welsh_Wizard - $7,362.50 DeanMalenko - $7,362.50 partypoker $1,050 Deepstack-HR $100k Gtd 111 entrants, $111,000 prize pool Mr.Water99 - $27,195 NL_Profit - $19,425 chadi6969 - $13,875 AlSaherrr - $9,712.50 rafaelmoraesgm - $7,215 ABOUDIABY2 - $5,550 VolZoK_ - $4,440 chaAat - $3,607.50 888poker $215 Sunday Mega Deep 479 entrants – $100,000 prize pool Texxxas_ - $17,592.86* robbiish1 - $16,257.14* GoinInDry - $11,000 ultraviol3nt - $8,250 lasochobi - $5,700 Romeopro33 - $4,400 PokerJoe332 - $3,400 tier999111 - $2,400  
  13. SUNDAY MAJORS: 'Junglemandan' Wins partypoker MILLION, Sunday Big Game for $258K You could say that 'Junglemandan' had himself a day on partypoker on Sunday. He posted two wins and two more top nine finishes on his way to picking up $275,000. 'Junglemandan' beat out 4,567 other players outright in the partypoker MILLION to win $153,000. Right behind him was 'Edoiler' who earned $106,000. Third place finisher 'youcanfold' won $68,500. The field was up from the 4,472 that played last week. As if winning the marquee event on the schedule wasn't enough, 'Junglemandan' also beat out the 74-entry field in the $5,200 Sunday Big Game for $105,450. Second-place finisher 'patience' banked $72,150 while 'MoStack' rounded out the podium finishers and won $49,950. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zgone="888poker NJ"][ptable zone="GG Poker"] Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar, the #2-ranked online poker player in the world, topped the 99-entry field in the partypoker $2,100 High Roller Gladiator to earn $36,750 and an additional $22,552.29 in bounties. Runner-up 'CharlesBarkley' won a combined $33,951.20. 'Junglemandan' finished ninth in this event for a total of $5,580. The partypoker $530 High Roller Bounty Hunter had 383 entrants with 'CarpePiscis' beating them all for $15,238.56 and $15,990.10 in bounties. Runner-up 'John Coffey13' earned a combined $21,629.19 as the runner-up. 'Junglemandan' finished in fourth spot for $7,559.80 plus another $4,388.69 worth of bounties. The PokerStars Sunday Million saw a small increase week-over-week with 10,707 players pushing the prize pool to $1,070,000. The final two players, 'sl0tt' and 'kobablack77' chopped up nearly $190,000. 'sl0tt' wound-up winning and earned $105,096.80 while 'kobablack77' was forced to settle for an $84,537.17 pay day. Third-place finisher 'Conglomo222' ended up with $57,867.69. The marquee event on the 888poker schedule, the $100,000 Mega Deep, drew 446 entrants creating a $4,110 overlay (before fees). 'CPU0r' took full advantage of the overlay and topped the field to win $19,350. Runner-up 'Villeroi' took home $14,500 while 'IHaveNoBoss' banked $11,000 as the bronze medal finisher. partypoker $215 partypoker MILLION 4,568 entrants, $1,000,000 prize pool Junglemandan - $153,000 Edoiler99 - $106,800 youcanfold - $68,500 Tasha - $44,600 damiisoldi - $30,630 NewYorkJimmY - $20,780 notSPARKLINGwtf - $14,610 Renan Santos - $9,400 partypoker $5,200 Sunday Big Game $300K Guaranteed 74 entrants, $370,000 prize pool Junglemandan - $105,450 patience - $72,150 MoStack - $49,950 SovseFlemming - $33,300 Sundaynightking - $25,900 NewYorkJimmY - $20,350 Achtungdiekurve - $17,575 BuddyRW - $15,725 partypoker $2,100 High Roller Gladiator $200K Guaranteed 99 entrants, $202,950 prize pool Greenstone25 - $22,552.29* + $36,750 in bounties CharlesBarkley - $22,532.45* + $11,418.75 in bounties El_Cucuy - $13,872.22 + $6,037.50 in bounties Explosive1 - $10,115.16 + $4,462.50 in bounties josef_shvejk - $7,225.11 + $3,150 in bounties NewYorkJimmY - $4,913.07 + $3,675 in bounties partypoker $530 High Roller Bounty Hunter $200K Guaranteed 383 entrants, $200,000 prize pool CarpePiscis - $15,238.56 + $15,990.10 in bounties John Coffey13 - $15,218.43 + $6,410.76 in bounties p4tm0ng0 - $10,551.09 + $6,330.79 in bounties Junglemandan - $7,559.80 + $4,388.69 in bounties SpaceyFCB - $5,384.32 + $2,624.99 in bounties AliceGagnon1997 - $3,992.01 + $2,444.51 in bounties Dandelion - $2,773.74 + $1,156.65 in bounties Kawhi_Tho - $2,203.19 + $4,901.37 in bounties PokerStars $109 Sunday Million $1M Guaranteed 10,707 entrants, $1,070,700 prize pool sl0tt - $105,096.80* kobablack77 - $84,537.17* Conglomo222 - $57,867.69 RafaCorreaBR - $41,994.67 Janetti111 - $30,475.65 1_conor_b_1 - $22,116.27 leostar121 - $16,049.90 PKaiser - $11,647.50 GaborMarton - $8,452.53 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller $85K Guaranteed 58 entrants, $116,000 prize pool boerni21 - $40,778.49 Bit2Easy - $27,920.04 bencb789 - $19,116.18 apestyles - $13,088.39 €urop€an - $8,961.31 anteen - $6,135.59 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller PKO $500K Guaranteed 1,040 entrants, $520,000 prize pool dn1106 - $42,306.23 + $21,736.74 in bounties utreg - $31,009.86 + $7,237.30 in bounties IsnapUcry - $22,730.13 + $7,921.38 in bounties Elamgico19A1 - $16,661.11 + $2,988.29 in bounties RUMUKULUS - $12,212.53 + $11,030.26 in bounties maphacks - $8,951.74 + $6,275.39 in bounties wisopekeno! - $6,561.59 + $5,363.27 in bounties Olli444 - $4,809.63 + $1,906.25 in bounties malinga - $3,525.47 + $9,848.59 in bounties PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-up $115K Guarantee 709 entrants, $141,800 prize pool zavor - $24,603.56 zerocool9889 - $17,854.43 Faaaarst - $12,956.96 Liqqa - $9,402.85 Artem205 - $6,823.65 edercampana - $4,951.92 SsicK_OnE - $3,593.62 NeverFoldYou - $2,607.88 StupidFr3nch - $1,892.54 888poker $100,000 Sunday Mega Deep $215 446 entrants – $100,000 prize pool CPU0r - $19,350 Villeroi - $14,500 IHaveNoBoss - $11,000 Royaltriss - $8,250 ContaSagrada - $5,700 donvito1960 - $4,400 GoldoJuninho - $3,400 johSamarius - $2,400 ehbarone68 - $1,700
  14. 'Greenstone25' and 'Carnotaurus' put up some very good results in Thursday's partypoker POWERFEST action. Each player made three final tables to haul in a ton of cash. 'Greenstone25' placed seventh in the $1,050 NLHE [8-Max] event for $5,040, fourth in the $2,100 NLHE [8-Max, PKO] event for $12,725.91 plus $3,445.31 in bounties, and third in the $1,050 NLHE [6-Max, PKO, Fast] event for $7,838.37 and $4,030 in bounties. That's a total of $33,079.59 from those three results. 'Carnotaurus' won the $530 PLO [6-Max] event for $14,484.64, took fifth in the $5,200 PLO [6-Max] tournament for $16,800, and placed fourth in the $2,100 PLO [6-Max, Fast] event for $11,520. That's a total of $42,804.64 from those three results. The biggest single POWERFEST score of the day came from the $5,200 PLO [6-Max] event that 'Carnotaurus' took fifth in. In that tournament, 'MUNJOSHuHa' topped the 48-entries field to win $96,000. [ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] Event: $530 NLHE [8-6 Mix-Max, Deepstack] 258 entries $129,000 prize pool SunTzu - $30,315.02 renato_nomura - $19,995 ShipAndDate - $14,215.54 TheMightyHorse - $10,384.50 PabloPotato - $7,740 Dhr. Dogsome - $5,160 Event: $1,050 NLHE [8-Max] 126 entries $126,000 prize pool Talespin - $30,870 Cagggmen - $22,050 JosueBarnett - $15,750 IIIIIIIIIIIII - $11,025 gastrader - $8,190 Kanchenjunga - $6,300 Greenstone25 - $5,040 Forrest_guuump - $4,095 Event: $530 PLO [6-Max] 115 entries $57,500 prize pool Carnotaurus - $14,484.64 ChimneyBarrel - $9,775 kuukuna66 - $6,900 KamelAAsAA - $4,887.50 Apochelius. - $3,593.75 DunderBlubb - $2,386.25 Event: $5,200 PLO [6-Max] 48 entries $240,000 prize pool MUNJOSHuHa - $96,000 DONKEY6666 - $61,426.80 San holo1 - $31,200 pkrbt - $21,600 Carnotaurus - $16,800 TheCleaner11_ - $12,973.20 Event: $530 NLHE [8-Max, PKO] 512 entries $262,400 prize pool PayAndPlay - $18,907.26 + $23,519.60 in bounties Hex Veldhuis - $18,881.61 + $5,906.26 in bounties ShipAndDate - $12,952.94 + $5,226.44 in bounties Joaobidu - $9,010.74 + $5,432.52 in bounties JosueBarnett - $6,391.99 + $1,189.46 in bounties NickyDo - $4,646.16 + $1,033.59 in bounties Bijzettafel - $3,308.63 + $2,444.52 in bounties DavidDayan - $2,393.47 + $2,255.87 in bounties Event: $2,100 NLHE [8-Max, PKO] 140 entries $287,000 prize pool NOLIMITHOLDEM - $24,717.37 + $48,775.79 in bounties gastrader - $24,689.24 + $8,547.66 in bounties JeffGross - $17,965.99 + $918.75 in bounties Greenstone25 - $12,725.91 + $3,445.31 in bounties AndreyBolkonsky - $8,982.99 + $7,940.62 in bounties veegar - $7,111.53 + $1,837.50 in bounties Lone1 - $5,659.28 + $2,362.50 in bounties spuzi24 - $4,491.49 Event: $2,100 PLO [6-Max, Fast] 64 entries $128,000 prize pool JariKurri-- - $44,276.23 trustnobody_99 - $28,800 SnoutMySprout - $15,360 Carnotaurus - $11,520 Gettomasa - $8,320 ChimneyBarrel - $5,760 Event: $1,050 NLHE [6-Max, PKO, Fast] 116 entries 118,320 trustobody_99 - $11,110.20 + $20,962.50 in bounties eccone - $11,098.56 + $5,005 in bounties Greenstone25 - $7,838.37 + $4,030 in bounties No_No_No - $5,552.18 + $4,062.50 in bounties onehundredeyes - $4,082.48 + $260 in bounties Black88 - $2,710.77 + $390 in bounties  

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