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  1. New Jersey grinder David 'dehhhhh' Coleman had a strong December on the virtual felt and as a result has taken over the #1 spot on the USA Online Poker Rankings. Coleman cashed 30 times in December but picked up a bulk of his points with impressive back-to-back wins in the PokerStars Sunday Special. On December 15, Coleman topped the 116-entry field in the $200 buy-in event to win $6,250 and lockup 158.11 PLB points. One week later, he beat out 114 other players to win another $6,250 and 158.11 PLB points. He also managed to pick up 102.7 points thanks to a runner-up finish in the WSOP $
  2. Ian Steinman is only 30 years old, but for those that have followed the career of the young poker pro his recent gold bracelet victory in World Series of Poker Event #27 ($400 No Limit Hold’em Freezout) for $110,557 was a long time coming. “I’m still kind of shocked by it,” Steinman said. “I kind of expected it to happen, but when it did I was like…I don’t know…it’s definitely really cool. A lot of people have been telling me they’re happy for me. It’s good to see other people are happy for me.” When Steinman says he “expected it” it’s spoken without an ounce of self-congratulation or eg
  3. [caption width="640"] Mark 'wsopfreezer' Johns jumped three spots to take the top spot of the Nevada Online Poker Rankings[/caption] Mark 'wsopfreezer' Johns had a monster month of August to take over the top spot in the Nevada Online Poker Rankings. He leapfrogged Bobby 'bcm4924' McLawhorn to claim the pole position from McLawhorn, who held it for the month of July. Johns crushed August to the tune of 43 cashes, with most of them being final table appearances and winning six of them. On the first day of the month, Johns cashed five times, all of which were final tables. He never looke
  4. [caption width="640"] Bobby McLawhorn claimed the top spot in the Nevada Rankings for the second straight month[/caption] For the second straight month, Bobby ‘bcm4924’ McLawhorn sits atop the Nevada Online Poker Rankings. And for the second straight month, he had to edge out another grinder to do it. In June, McLawhorn just beat out Mark ‘wsopfreezer’ Johns to earn the top spot. In July, however, Ian ‘APokerJoker2’ Steinman made a run at the top spot, ultimately finishing second to McLawhorn. McLawhorn started out July on the right foot, making two final tables on July 3, conver
  5. [caption width="640"] Ian 'APokerJoker2' Steinman continues to dominate the Nevada Online Poker Rankings.[/caption] Ian 'APokerJoker2' Steinman continued his dominance over Nevada online poker in the month of May after finishing atop the Nevada Online Poker Rankings for the fourth straight month. Steinman won 18 tournaments over the 31-day span and had countless other final table appearances. While his biggest win was worth $2,263 on May 6 in the $3,000 guaranteed nightly rebuy and add-on, but his biggest score of the month came in a runner-up finish for $3,312 in the $10,000 guarantee
  6. [caption width="640"] Mark Johns finished 2016 with his fifth straight month atop the Nevada Leaderboard[/caption] 2016 ended with Mark ‘wsopfreezer’ Johnsatop the PocketFives Nevada Online Poker Rankings. Johns put an exclamation point on an already solid year by claiming the top spot for almost the entire second half of the year, finishing the year with five straight months in the pole position. Johns started the month on a good note, winning The $10 at 10 on WSOP.com for $538 and never looked back from there. He finished the month with 1,880.38 points and edged ‘ChaosTheory’ for
  7. [caption width="640"] Ian 'APokerJoker2' Steinman widened his lead in the Nevada rankings[/caption] After taking hold of top spot in the Nevada rankings in February, Ian 'APokerJoker2' Steinman made sure there was no changing of the guard in March. After holding down a 233-point lead last month over second place, Steinman widened his lead to over 500 points. He now sits with 2,393 points as the state's top-ranked player. Steinman had 54 in the money finishes in March, nine of which were wins. Seven days into the month, he took down the WSOP.com $10,000 Guaranteed Sunday Reloader fo
  8. Heading into Event #27 ($400 NLHE Freezeout) of the 2020 World Series of Poker Online, Ian 'apokerjoker2' Steinman had cashed 10 times, made two final tables, and was in the top 20 for the WSOP leaderboard. Steinman, who has 4 WSOP Circuit rings to his credit, outlasted 1,939 other players to win Event #27 for $110,557 and his first career bracelet and now moves into the driver's seat for the leaderboard. Down to less than four big blinds, Chris Radcliff moved all in for 747,602 and 'Psycho101' called from the button and Lokesh Garg defended his big blind. The flop came [kd][6d][3c], Gar
  9. It took just 55 minutes on Friday morning for 'MacDaddy15' to go from middle of the final table pack to World Series of Poker bracelet winner in Event #9 ($1,000 NLHE Six Max) and in the process earn the single biggest score of the 2020 WSOP to date. A total of 1,026 entries from 658 unique players created a $974,700 prize pool with the eventual champion getting to take home $188,214 and the bracelet. When the final table began, Ruth 'crazeeelf666' Ruffman held a comfortable chip lead with 'WillowG23' in second and 'MacDaddy15' not far behind in third. Ian 'apokerjoker2' Steinman was
  10. The World Series of Poker has a history of making stars and has played a key role in solidifying the reputation of some of the game's biggest stars. Finding the players who could enjoy new success on the WSOP stage isn't an easy task but the PocketFives editorial staff has accepted the challenge. Jeff Walsh, Senior Writer You never really know who that "Breakout Player" will be but I’ve got a couple of players I’m keeping my eye on this summer that I think could take the next step and elevate their game. You might remember Ian Steinman from his hero fold against Joe McKeehan at the 2018 WP
  11. The poker calendar was in full swing by the time March came around with plenty of headlines fueling the fire of the late winter months. In addition to all of the news and results of the month, the world of poker vlogging took center stage on PocketFives in March. VLOG/TURN/RIVER Early in 2018, poker vlogging had hit a fever pitch and the PocketFives in-depth series VLOG/TURN/RIVER put the spotlight on the ever-groaning poker content created by the poker player for the poker player. We conducted in-depth interviews with some of the mediums most popular personalities including Andrew Neem
  12. In the days leading up to the World Poker Tour Rolling Thunder event at Thunder Valley Casino in Lincoln, California, David Larson was playing mega-satellites trying to get into the Main Event. He stone-bubbled one, walking away with $2,000 in cash. He decided to use that money to buy-in directly to the $3,500 buy-in event. Good decision. Larson outlasted 439 other players to win the WPT Rolling Thunder event for $295,128 and now finds himself preparing to play the WPT Tournament of Champions this May in Las Vegas. Larson took care of the first elimination at the final table. Down to jus
  13. [caption width="640"] Mark Johns takes the top spot for the third straight month in Nevada[/caption] For the third straight month, Mark ‘wsopfreezer’ Johns claimed the top spot in the PocketFives Nevada Online Poker Rankings. The rest of the leaderboard saw some movement among the familiar names who have been dominating the Nevada online poker scene for the better part of the year, but after yet another solid month from Johns, he keeps his seat at the front of the class. After seemingly taking some time off during the later parts of September, Johns picked it back up in October. He won
  14. [caption width="640"] Mark Johns continues to lead the way in Nevada[/caption] In a nearly identical ranking from last month, Mark ‘wsopfreezer’ Johns spends his second straight month atop the Nevada Poker Rankings and is the top online tournament player for the month of September. There were no new players able to break into the rankings this month and aside from a little movement near the bottom of the top 10, eight of the 10 spots remained consistent with last month’s results. Johns was the only player to finish with more than 2,000 points and had another solid month on the vi
  15. [caption width="640"] Ian 'APokerJoker2' Steinman continues to lead the Nevada rankings[/caption] It seems that nothing is going to be able to shake Ian 'APokerJoker2' Steinman from the #1 spot in the Nevada Online Poker Rankings. Steinman finds himself sitting on top of the leaderboard for the third straight month and the group of players chasing him did their best in April to close the gap. Steinman had nine wins, five second place finishes and another nine third place finishes in April. His most impressive day was on Sunday, April 17 when he booked two small wins before finishing sec
  16. [caption width="640"] Ian Steinman has had a very good summer compared to his last few. =[/caption] Ian ‘APokerJoker2’ Steinman, the #4-ranked online poker player in Nevada, has had himself a decent 2017 World Series of Poker. He’s cashed five times, including a final table, and now starts Day 1B of the Main Event with an above average stack of 94,300. It’s a stark difference from years past for Steinman. “I think I played 10 or 11 tournaments (this year). One was Lowball, ten were Hold’em and I had five cashes and a final table which is pretty crazy for me, because I’ve had terrib

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