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  1. Twelve more World Championship of Online Poker events came to their conclusion on Monday topped with the crowning of a new Sunday Million champion. Lithuania's 'euras79' achieved every poker player's dream after he turned $109 into $186,467 in Event #31 Medium ($109 NLHE [Half Price Sunday Million]} after battling through the large 16,950 player field. 'euras79' previous best cash was for $13,114 after a second-place finish in the PokerStars Big $55 last year which makes his title run even more spectacular. 'ccccpusa' took the bronze medal for $94,744, before the $50,000 heads-up battle got
  2. It's been almost nine years since Chris Oliver took over the #1 spot on PocketFives for the first time. On Sunday, Oliver showed the world that while it's been a minute since he was on top, he's still capable of closing down a big tournament. Oliver beat 1,325 other players to win Event #27 High ($1,050 No Limit Hold'em PKO) for $190,049.96. It's his biggest score since taking down a World Championship of Online Poker High Roller event last September. 'YseRussia' finished as runner-up and earned $97,971.78 while Danish grinder 'Renevat1o' ended up in third for $69,297.62. Ukranian '10YU

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