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  1. It was a pretty blockbuster weekend for Viktor Isildur1Blom (pictured), who was up $1.6 million after a roller coaster of a year so far at the high-stakes tables. As outlined by HighStakesDB, "He went from being on top of the heap with $2.1 million in winnings halfway through February to down over $600,000 on the year come Saturday morning. However, in the last 36 hours, the Full TiltPro has steamed back to $1 million in profit for the year after a huge $1.6 million win across the PLO, Eight-Game, and 2-7 Triple Draw tables." HighStakesDB chronicled Blom's big weekend, which included a Triple Draw session against the likes of ragen70, Gus Hansen, Kagome Kagome, and Phil OMGClayAikenGalfond that saw him exit with $200,000 in profit. If you've read our high-stakes poker reports in the last few weeks, then you'll know that Full Tilt's Triple Draw tables have been the breeding ground for some of the liveliest games around. Blom then took $211,000 off FakeSkyat Eight-Game before setting his sights back on Galfond. In fact, Blom and Galfond dueled for 12 hours, with Blom ultimately ending up nearly $900,000. Galfond actually won the largest pot of the session, which was worth $240,000 and came after hitting top two and fading a flush draw. Galfond also took down a pot worth $208,000, according to HighStakesDB, giving him both pots of over $200,000 played during the 12-hour session. Blom is down $609,000 since HighStakesDB began tracking him in 2009, but is up a little over $1 million in 2014. You'll recall that when the nosebleed-stakes games were going full throttle on Full Tilt in late 2009, Blom was at one point up nearly $5.5 million. This year, Blom is in the black $1.4 million at the Eight-Game Tables and $870,000 at Omaha High-Low. He is nearly breakeven or in the red in every other game HighStakesDB tracks and is off $1.1 million in Draw Games in 2014 despite the weekend's strong showing. Blom won the second largest cash game pot in online poker history back in 2009 at a $500/$1,000 Pot Limit Omaha table, worth $1.1 million. The money went in on the river of a J-K-J-10-5, three-diamond board. Blom showed a full house with kings, while Phil Ivey (pictured) mucked. Incredibly, Blom has won three pots online that have passed $800,000. Stay tuned to PocketFives for more online poker news. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  2. In October, Viktor Isildur1 Blom and Gus Hansen parted ways with Full Tilt Poker, ending the re-launched site's experiment with sponsored pros. Full Tilt officials announced at the time, "We can confirm that Full Tilt's sponsorship of Viktor Blom (pictured) and Gus Hansen has expired. This follows a year-long review of the Full Tilt brand and a decision to move away from Pro-centric advertising to focus on the experiences and stories of the vast majority of our players… We would like to wish Viktor and Gus all the best in their future endeavors." Two months later, Blom returned to Full Tilt, according to HighStakesDB, where he recorded a profit of $204,000 at the 2-7 Triple Draw tables on Monday. His first session, according to the tracking site, was against Cort "thecortster" Kibler-Melby, who donated almost $20,000 to the Swede. Then, Blom took another $24,000 off bbvisbadforme. Most of Blom's damage on Monday was done to SanIker. As HighStakesDB narrated, "Isildur1 took on SanIker starting at the $500/$1,000 limit, winning $22.7k in two hours before moving to the $1k/$2k tables, where he won $111.5k in a little under two hours, and finally graduating to the $1,500/$3,000 tables, where he added a further $57k in just ten minutes." The first time Blom was seen at Full Tilt following his departure in October was December 5, when he recorded a profit of almost $100,000. Blom shed Monday's winnings, and then some, on Tuesday before turning in a slightly profitable session on Wednesday. All told, it seems safe to say that Blom is back at Full Tilt and we can look forward to more exciting sessions down the road. In total, HighStakesDB has logged 1.1 million hands for Blom since October 2009. Over that five-year period, he has bled $3.2 million. Blom is down almost $4 million in PLO, but is up $3.5 million in Draw Games. There were rumors last month that Blom was signing with Unibet, but those have yet to pan out. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  3. It was a good weekend to be high-stakes poker pro Sebastian Ruthenberg (pictured), who according to HighStakesDBwas up $570,000 total on Saturday and Sunday. He plays under the handle taktloss47on Full Tilt and raked in $209,000 on Saturday. The German followed that up with a $361,000 haul on Sunday. The action on Sunday happened at Full Tilt's Triple Draw tables, where Ruthenberg won $20,000 from Viktor Isildur1Blom at stakes of $500/$1,000. Then, it was on to a three-handed game that involved Phil Ivey and SanIker, the latter of whom Ruthenberg eventually took for $82,000. By the time he logged out of Full Tilt for the day, Ruthenberg was up $361,000, extending his bankroll by $570,000 for the weekend. Ruthenberg has opted out of long-term tracking on HighStakesDB, but we do know that the site began following him in 2008. Over the last seven days, he has profited $569,000 from the high-stakes tables. His largest pot played was worth $86,000 and came in March 2014 at a $1,000/$2,000 Draw table on Full Tilt. According to the Hendon Mob, Ruthenberg is #13 on the German all-time money list at $3.4 million in live tournament winnings, the bulk of which came after a victory at EPT Barcelona in 2008 for a whopping $1.9 million. He finished third in the EPT Dortmund Main Event the year before for $288,000, won a bracelet in Seven Card Stud High-Low at the WSOP in 2008, and finished 55th in the 2011 WSOP Main Event. However, he has not recorded a live tournament score since the end of 2011. Ruthenberg is a former sponsored pro of PokerStars. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  4. On Saturday, Isaac Haxton (pictured) and Viktor Blom, better known as luvtheWNBAand Isildur1 online, respectively, took to the $200/$400 CAP PLO tables on Full Tilt, according to HighStakesDB. As the tracking site outlined, when all was said and done, Haxton ended the match up $180,000, not a bad haul for one day. During an 80-minute session in the afternoon on Saturday, Blom shipped $141,000 to Haxton. And, according to HighStakesDB, a lack of experience in PLO could have been to blame: "Haxton has been working hard on his PLO game of late, whereas Isildur1 has rarely been seen at the big bet games in recent months, instead choosing to play in the Limit or Mixed Games." Blom's loss rate was $1,700 per minute during the hour-plus session. Several hours later, Haxton and Blom reconvened and the former raked in another $30,000. HighStakesDB added that Blom's "final throw of the dice versus Haxton was a 26-hand session at the $100/$200 tables, but once again he came up short, losing a final $8k. Haxton ended the day up $180.3k." HighStakesDB started tracking Haxton in mid-2007 and he is up $1.8 million since then in high-stakes games. This year alone, Haxton has profited $1.4 million. He has made over a quarter-of-a-million dollars in PLO. HighStakesDB began tracking Blom (pictured) in 2009 and he is down $3.3 million lifetime, including almost $1.7 million this year. He has bled over $4.1 million in PLO over the course of his career and was the fixture of the high-stakes community in 2009. Blom had been absent from Full Tilt for two months after parting ways with the site, which essentially dissolved its Professionals sponsored pro team in October. Blom officially returned on December 5. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  5. A curious Tweet from Viktor Isildur1Blom (pictured) has ignited a swarm of controversy across the poker industry on Monday, as the former Full Tiltsponsored pro may have signed with Unibet, at least in some capacity. Here's the text of the Tweet in question: "In Macau right now, but planning to play the @unibet cash game before @unibetopen at Aspers in London end of November. Looks fun!" --- PocketFives' news coverage is brought to you by William Hill Poker, one of the largest skins on the iPoker Network. The poker room offers a generous welcome package including a 200% deposit bonus up to $2,000 and a superb VIP program. Visit William Hill today! --- It's conceivable that there's no connection between Blom and Unibet, as there have been no official comments from either party. In response to Blom's Tweet was one from Global Poker Index's Alex Dreyfus, who said, "Is @ViktorBlom (Isildur) sponsored by @Unibet now? Interesting development." Late last month, it was revealed that Blom and fellow Full Tilt Professional Gus Hansen had left the site as part of an overall shift in marketing strategy. A Full Tilt rep said at the time, "We can confirm that Full Tilt's sponsorship of Viktor Blom and Gus Hansen has expired. This follows a year-long review of the Full Tilt brand and a decision to move away from Pro-centric advertising to focus on the experiences and stories of the vast majority of our players." Prior to Blom's Tweet about Unibet, he hadn't posted anything on Twitter since mid-July and hadn't re-Tweeted anything in two months: Unibet rolled out new poker software in February largely focusing on recreational players. How Blom would fit into the site, if at all, remains to be seen. His involvement could also be restricted to the aforementioned Unibet live event. According to PokerTube, Blom's link to a company with Swedish roots makes sense: "Given that Unibet was originally a Swedish company, the idea of this partnership makes even more sense. The Swede would certainly profit in different ways from this deal as well." Blom signed on to be a member of Full Tilt's Professionals in October 2012. Hansen and Tom Dwan also comprised the team before the former left the site last month and the latter departed in late 2013. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  6. Old memories were drudged up late last week as one of online poker's most successful players, Cole South (pictured), was interviewed by Joe "Chicago Joe" Ingram on his Poker Life podcast. The podcast was quite lengthy – about three hours – so there were plenty of topics discussed, but one of particular interest was about a controversial incident from more than five years ago that resulted in Full Tilt pro temporarily getting his "Red Pro" status stripped. Turning back the clock to early December 2009, a mysterious player named "Isildur1" had exploded onto the high-stakes online poker scene, winning and losing six- or seven-figure sums with regularity. December 8th, in particular, was astounding. Isildur1 started out great, up at one point around $2 million, but as soon as Brian Hastings stepped up to the table against him, everything went south. Over the course of nearly 2,900 hands, Hastings won $4.2 million from Isildur1. It was incredible. Hastings could do no wrong. Following the crazy day, Hastings was interviewed by Gary Wise on ESPNand gave much of the credit to his friends South and Brian Townsend. Hastings said, "Obviously I'm happy and I'll take it, but Brian [Townsend] did a ton of work. The three of us discussed a ton of hands and the reports that Brian made, so I'm very thankful to him and to Cole as well." That comment generated a huge controversy, as people in the poker community accused the trio of friends of colluding against Isildur1, of inappropriately sharing private hand histories to bilk a mark of his money. Full Tilt Poker's terms of service certainly state that players may not use hand histories for hands in which they did not participate. As a result of his comments, Townsend, a CardRunners instructor at the time, had his "Red Pro" status stripped by Full Tilt for a month. On his blog, Townsend posted his response to the allegations, saying that of the three friends, he was the only one to do anything wrong. Nobody shared their hand histories with him, but he acquired 30,000 hand histories to go along with the 20,000 he already had on Isildur1 to allow him to study up on his opponent. He acknowledged it was against Full Tilt's rules, but stressed neither Hastings nor South gave him the hand histories. All they did was discuss his analysis with him. Fast forward to 2015 and South, speaking with Ingram, backed up everything Townsend said. He explained that the only input he and Townsend had for Hastings(pictured) was the usual discussions poker playing friends would have. No collusion, no sharing of hand histories, just poker talk. In his words, "Stinger [Brian Hastings]gave an interview with ESPN - Gary Wise, I think was the reporter - and said something to the effect, or at least Gary thought, that we merged our hand histories into one database and then used that to come up with some strategy against Isildur, which absolutely did not happen. I've got my hand histories, I've never sent them to Stinger or Brian Townsend, and I never received any of theirs. Stone cold, zero of that." South added, "What did happen was Brian Townsend bought some hand histories from PTR… He then just had some overall tips for playing against Isildur. It was not anything remotely, I hesitate to say, 'useful'... 'The guy's aggressive in this spot;' it was just like talking to your friends about poker. He sent an e-mail with three points on things he would do when he's playing against Isildur. And I talk about my opponents' strategies pretty frequently with people I'm playing. This was extremely tame, nothing I would remotely consider out of line." Whether or not people believe South, Townsend, and Hastings, it is interesting that this topic still comes up, more than five years later. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  7. Viktor Isildur1Blom (pictured) has been on a tear as of late, according to HighStakesDB. Since April 27, the Swedish transplant is up almost a million dollars on Full Tilt and PokerStars combined. Let's start with the latter, where Blom banked almost $200,000 on April 28 and added another $80,000 to his coffers one day later. On the final day of April, he earned another $360,000 on PokerStars before going up $1 million overall since April 27 on May 1. He slipped a little bit on Saturday, shedding about $100,000 to end the seven-day stanza up $902,000. Not too shabby. Over on Full Tilt, Blom trended roughly the same, albeit with lower profit numbers given the recent elimination of high-stakes games. He won about $200,000 on May 1 before losing $60,000 back one day later. Most of Blom's damage has occurred in Omaha High-Low, where he has profited $667,000 since April 26. Over the same time period, he's up $144,000 in Draw Games and $52,000 in Pot Limit Omaha. All-time, Blom is down $628,000 at the high-stakes games tracked by HighStakesDB on PokerStars. On Full Tilt, he is almost $4 million in the red. For the 2015 calendar year, Blom is up $867,000 on PokerStars, according to the same site, across 444 sessions and almost 50,000 hands. That's good for the second highest total by anyone on a single site as we enter the fifth month of the year. Your winner in the clubhouse in that department is bbvisbadformeon Full Tilt, who has profited $960,000. We'll keep you posted on the latest. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  8. Viktor Isildur1 Blom (pictured) probably doesn't want August to end. According to HighStakesDB, he is up $2.3 million this month and $2.5 million over the last 10 days. He won $600,000 on Saturday alone and continues to dominate the high-stakes online poker tables that HighStakesDB tracks. The question is, how long can he keep it up? --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles, podcasts and a dedicated strategy forum for members. Check Tournament Poker Edge out on Twitter. --- The graph of Blom's profits this month on PokerStars is largely flat until a mammoth run-up that began 10 days ago on August 20. He won almost a quarter-of-a-million dollars in the span of 24 hours and then promptly won another $553,000. From August 22 to 23, Blom racked up $147,000 in profit and by the time the 24th rolled around, he had amassed another $322,000. August 24 to 25 saw Blom bank over $1 million at the high-stakes tables and he quickly added another $200,000 to that total by the 26th. As of Saturday, he has $2.3 million in profit for the month with 48 hours to add to his total. All-time on PokerStars, Blom has $1.4 million in profits(pictured). He is up $1.2 million in Omaha High-Low and $300,000 in PLO. He has lost $343,000 in Draw games and profited slightly at No Limit Hold'em. On Full Tilt, Blom is down almost $5 million over the course of his career. On Saturday, Blom battled with WithColor across several $200/$400 PLO tables. As HighStakesDB outlined, "Isildur1 was evidently the player on form for the majority of the match and, save for a $130k upswing around 1.5 hours into the 1 hour and 55 minute encounter, it was all downhill for WithColor, who ended up dropping $545k to Isildur1." HighStakesDB's Saturday report pointed out that Blom dropped almost $700,000 to WithColor over the course of six hours at $200/$400 and $100/$200 PLO tables. The tracking site summarized, "WithColor was playing a much stronger game and Isildur1 wasn't reacting well. The Swedish pro was being both outplayed and out-lucked, which only had the effect of sending Isildur1 into tilt-mode and his losses started to mount up." Blom has $1.7 million in career live tournament winnings, according to the Hendon Mob, the bulk of which came after winning the $100,000 PCA Super High Roller Eventthree years ago. He has not recorded a live cash since May 2014. Online, Blom won a SCOOP Main Event in 2013. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  9. We're 11 days into October and, already, Viktor Isildur1 Blom (pictured) is making the most of the month. According to HighStakesDB, Blom is up almost $400,000 this month, an average of $40,000 per day, at the high-stakes tables the site tracks. He has logged 123 sessions in October and almost 16,000 hands, meaning he's averaging $3,200 in profit per session and $24 in profit per hand. All-time, Blom is up $1.7 million on PokerStars, but is down over $4.7 million on Full Tilt. Overall, according to HighStakesDB, Blom is down $3 million lifetime across both sites, with an average loss of $1.44 per hand. Speaking of hands, Blom has logged 2.1 million of them at the high-stakes tables all-time, with his most commonly played game being Pot Limit Omaha. On Wednesday of last week, Blom profited $138,000 in high-stakes cash games. He was in the red for much of the day, but as HighStakesDB reported, "Isildur1's luck changed when he joined $1k/$2k 2-7 Triple Draw table Titius shortly before midnight, where he ended up playing German limit pro JesusLebtNOTfor over five hours, winning $245k along the way to put himself up over $500,000 since the start of play Wednesday." The day before, Blom won six-figures at PLO, over half of which came during an 80-minute session at the $200/$400 PLO tables against Ben Bttech86Tollerene. The tracking site added, "Almost all of the remainder of Blom's profit came from a seven-hour session at $100/$200 table Athanasia II where he won $197.6k playing against the likes of Tollerene, Ravenswood13, RaiseOnce, Jeans89, WRUUUUM, and fjutekk." Blom is the biggest high-stakes winner this year as well, pocketing $3.1 million across 1,426 sessions and 190,000 hands at PokerStars. He has triple the profit of the next closest player on the leaderboard, Jens Jeans89 Kyllonen. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  10. Just prior to the shutdown of the high-stakes games on Full Tilt Poker, online wunderkind Viktor Isildur1Blom (pictured) had a July to remember, taking in six-figures for the month. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles, podcasts and a dedicated strategy forum for members. Check Tournament Poker Edge out on Twitter. --- According to statistics from HighStakesDB, Blom romped over the competition for pretty much the entirety of July. Over the span of 76 sessions during the month, the Swede played 6,432 hands against an array of competition. The bottom line, you might ask? Blom came out on the winning side, earning $251,572 during the month. July could have been even better for Blom if it weren't for that dastardly variance. On July 18, Blom was playing six-handed Pot Limit Omaha when he took down a pot of $228,952, almost as much as he made in the entire month of July. On that same day, he also was able to take down the fifth largest pot of the month ($144,476) and the seventh largest ($138,476). These numbers must feel like pocket change to Blom, whose largest ever pot was won in November 2009 and was worth $1,127,955. After exploding on the scene in the late 2000s and building up an online bankroll of over $5.5 million, Blom had a huge downswing, dropping as low as $2.2 million in the red as of December 2009. When Black Friday hit the online poker industry, Blom was $2.75 million in the hole and it looked like he would stay there. Isildur1 fought back, however, getting back into the black at roughly $2.5 million by the start of 2013. Blom fell back under the breakeven line in January 2014 and, despite booking a win for July, finds himself over $4.5 million in the hole for his career online. Blom's performance during the month of July was $50,000 higher than the second place of Ben Sauce123Sulsky, who manage to pull in $194,518 for the 31-day span. Sulsky showed a better win rate than Blom, however, as he only used 32 sessions and 3,666 hands to nearly reach the $200,000 mark. John dagunmanO'Shea ($161,598) also did well in July, but it was Phil RaiseOnceIvey who made a big noise at the virtual tables. Ivey only stepped to the PokerStars online games five times during the month and only played 722 hands, but he made the most of them. Taking down $150,993 for the month, his win rate of over $30,000 per session was by far the best of those ranked in the top 10 by HighStakesDB. It was enough to give Ivey the fourth place slot over lautie, who captured fifth by taking down $70,077 in July. The big question will be how the changes at Full Tilt Poker are going to affect the high-stakes poker world. Last week, Full Tilt removed all high-stakes games over $10/$20. While Blom preferred to frequent the tables at Full Tilt, the rest of the top 10 on HighStakesDB table were all playing at PokerStars. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  11. Talk about a solid weekend. According to HighStakesDB, Viktor Isildur1 Blom (pictured) is up almost $1 million since Friday. Yes, in about 72 hours, Blom has racked up $950,000 in winnings at the high-stakes tables. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles, podcasts and a dedicated strategy forum for members. Check Tournament Poker Edge out on Twitter. --- Blom won $241,000 on Friday, another $554,000 on Saturday, and even more on Sunday in one of the most impressive performances of the year thus far. As HighStakesDB reported on Sunday, "The majority of Blom's winnings post-yesterday's report came from a hugely entertaining deep heads-up $200/$400 PLO match against Dutch pro Ravenswood13." The battle against Ravenswood13 on Saturday was anything but stable. In fact, Ravenswood13 started by winning almost $400,000 in a span of 30 minutes, but Blom took in $45,000 over the next 50 minutes. The tracking site summarized, "The swing-fest continued as Ravenswood13 won back close to $200k over the next half-an-hour before Isildur1 hit a decisive $330k upswing over the next 90 minutes to end the three-hour battle up over $200k." After playing against the Dutchman, Blom tangoed with WIthColorand won a $252,000 pot, the largest HighStakesDB recorded on the day. In that hand, which was dealt at a $200/$400 PLO table, WIthColor bet with trips on the river after Blom checked, only to see Blom call instantly and roll over a full house. Blom also won a $167,000 pot with a boat, but lost a $150,000 pot after WIthColor drew out as a 19:1 underdog. The match against WIthColor was equally volatile, as WIthColor was up $212,000 after an hour before Blom zoomed to a $417,000 lead. WIthColor didn't lay down and die, however, cutting into Blom's lead by almost $300,000. The two were still playing when HighStakesDB published its report on Sunday afternoon. On Blom's PokerStarsaccount, he is down $326,000 all-time since HighStakesDB began tracking him at the end of 2010, although he has certainly trimmed his losses this weekend. On Full Tilt, he has fared far worse, dropping $4.74 million since the end of 2009. In the live tournament arena, he has won $1.7 million lifetime, according to the HendonMob. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  12. The last seven days have featured some wild swings at the high-stakes online poker tables involving the likes of Cort thecortsterKibler-Melby (pictured) and Viktor Isildur1Blom. Just to give you an idea, Blom crushed fellow high-stakes player DoorBreadfor $500,000 in a single session, while Kibler-Melby ended the week up $619,000, according to HighStakesDB. Ho hum. The week began, according to the tracking site, with Kibler-Melby taking over $100,000 from Blom in a mere 40 minutes. As the site narrated, the encounter was mostly one-sided: "It was all one-way traffic, and after he'd dropped his relatively freshly minted bankroll, Isildur1 was out of there." Blom went on to face JesusLebtNOTand won over $200,000 to stop the bleeding a bit. And when we say "a bit," we mean Blom won $700,000 in a span of eight hours on Friday and Saturday. During that stretch, Blom took $202,000 from pro Seb talktloss47Ruthenberg and another half-million from DoorBread. As HighStakesDB heralded, "In total, (including the earlier $41k loss), Isildur1 took Doorbread for $490k and is up $690.6k at Full Tilt from the eight-hour session." In the ensuing days, Kibler-Melby won almost $500,000 from Blom (pictured) at Triple Draw, including $98,000 in a span of 50 minutes and 99 hands. It was a profitable week for Kibler-Melby overall, as HighStakesDB explained, "At the week's end, thecortster boasted a $479,805 profit at Full Tilt, the week's biggest win, and a $139,411 profit at PokerStars. Isildur1 ended up with a $230,360 win at Full Tilt, the week's second biggest win, and exactly even at PokerStars, with his $272k midweek win bookended with some sizable losses." Kibler-Melby has opted out of long-term tracking at HighStakesDB, but we do know that the site first started tracking him on Full Tilt four years ago and he's logged 134,000 No Limit Hold'em hands. Since July 14, he's up $479,000 in Draw Games, the only poker discipline he's played. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. Image courtesy HighStakesDB
  13. [caption width="450"] Viktor Blom was the biggest cash game winner in 2015[/caption] 2015 is officially in the books. At the cash game tables that HighStakesDBtracks, the year was a busy one, and one player stood out from the pack: Isildur1, aka Viktor Blom. Isildur1 racked up $3.5 million in winnings at high-stakes cash game tables in 2015 on PokerStars, according to the tracking site, triple the next closest player. For his career on PokerStars, Blom actually started off 2015 in the red, down almost $2 million, before mounting a furious comeback. He was almost in the black by May and by the time October hit, he was up over $3 million lifetime, according to HighStakesDB. He ended 2015 up around $2 million for his career and posted $3.5 million in profit during the stanza. On Full Tilt, which HighStakesDB tracks separately, Blom is down almost $5 million lifetime and shed about $1.3 million in 2015. Back in 2009, Blom was up almost $5.5 million on Full Tilt before Brian Hastings won $4 million from the Swede to close out the year. Two of Blom's three largest pots won lifetime on PokerStars came in 2015. His largest was worth $365,000 and came at a $200/$400 PLO table against Sean WithColorRafael. The money went in on a 3c-7c-8s flop and the board filled out 9h-Ac on the first run and 4s-Qh on the second run. Blom had 8c-Js-9c-8h and won both pots for a total of $365,000. He also raked in a $274,000 pot the same day at the same stakes. Sitting at $965,000 in profit for 2015 at the cash game tables, $2.5 million behind Blom, is bbvisbadformeon Full Tilt, who appears to have been largely absent from the tables since May. He started the year in the hole for his career before piling up almost $1 million in profit. He is the 83rd biggest winner on HighStakesDB. Ben Sulsky made the top 10 list for 2015 on both PokerStars and Full Tilt. He profited $743,000 on Full Tilt under the screen name Sauce1234and earned another $409,000 on PokerStars with the moniker Sauce123. Sulsky is down $401,000 lifetime on Full Tilt, but up over $4 million on PokerStars. [caption width="640"] Ben Sulsky cracked the top 10 twice[/caption] Here were the biggest winners of 2015, according to HighStakesDB: 1. Isildur1(PokerStars) - $3,497,527 2. bbvisbadforme(Full Tilt) - $965,770 3. Jeans89(PokerStars) - $853,053 4. Sauce1234(Full Tilt) - $743,015 5. Sauce123(PokerStars) - $409,969 6. luvtheWNBA(Full Tilt) - $341,519 7. punting-peddler (Full Tilt) - $286,772 8. Cobus83(PokerStars) - $278,913 9. jama-dharma (PokerStars) - $256,686 10. Empire2000(PokerStars) - $203,215
  14. [caption width="640"] The biggest online cash game winner in November was 'BERRI SWEET'[/caption] After a rocky start to the month, high stakes Pot Limit Omaha specialist ‘BERRI SWEET’ went on an end-of-the-month heater to storm back and take the top spot in the overall winners in online cash for the month of November, according to the data tracked by Highstakesdb.com. After putting in far and away the most volume of anyone in this month’s Top 10, 161 sessions, ‘BERRI SWEET’ managed to end the month with a monster profit of $418,361 over the course of 10,389 hands. The largest portion of the winnings came in the final days of the month as ‘BERRI SWEET’ collected nearly $200K playing PLO against the likes of Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom. The uptick was enough to put ‘BERRI SWEET’ out front as the year’s most profitable online grinder to date, up over $1,850,000 with only December left. Ben ‘Sauce123’ Sulsky took the #2 spot in November with a monster month of his own. Profitable to the tune of $339,755, Sulsky essentially took the majority of the month off from the online tables showing next to no activity until the final days of November. When he did log on his profit shot straight up, due to large wins at the PokerStars Eight Game Mix tables, mostly at the expense of, once again, Blom. Sulsky also managed to put in a couple of sessions at the PLO tables helping pad his Eight Game wins and pulling him out of negative territory for 2017 and place him as the ninth largest winner of 2017 to date with over $313,000 in earnings. November was also crucial for high stakes PLO grinder Laszlo ‘omaha4rollz’ Bujtas, who comes in at #3. After languishing the majority of the year in the red, Bujtas strung together a few winning sessions, including a serious spike of roughly $100,000 on November 27, to dig himself out of the hole and book a profit of $150,598 in November making his earn roughly $28,770 for the year to date. Bujtas put in about half the volume of ‘BERRI SWEET’, with roughly 4250 hands played over 82 tracked sessions, good for the second most active of the month’s Top 10. ‘€uroTr@sh1’ booked the fourth biggest win of the month posting a $122,041 profit over 2856 hands, averaging out to a win of over $42 a hand. ‘€uroTr@sh1’ did all of his damage early in the month when he crushed the $25/$50 and $50/$100 high stakes PLO tables for a few days straight bringing in the bulk of his winnings. The heater has him at a peak for this year putting him on pace, based on his pattern of volume, to end the year with a profit. It’s been a rough go for ‘€uroTr@sh1’, in general, in the biggest games as he’s looking to rebound from a nearly $600,000 lifetime deficit. His big November bounce has him up off the floor he touched earlier this year and back on the path to possible profitability, currently down approximately $400,000 since 2012. Get in, get out was ‘OhHeyCindy’s approach this month as after the number five winner accumulated roughly $110,000 in the first two days of the month, ‘OhHeyCindy’ essentially called it a day for the month, putting in minimal volume past those sessions. In total, the No Limit Hold’em specialist banked $2 shy of $118,000. After being up for the majority of 2017, a sharp freefall in August and September found ’OhHeyCindy’ suddenly looking up at the break-even line. The 3159 tracked hands helped out immensely and ‘OhHeyCindy’ currently sits on over $81,000 of profit for the year. Blom was mentioned as a victim of a pair of the largest winners in November, and this month was a swingy one for him to say the least. Down as low as -$180,000 he ran it up to a peak of $155,000 profit only to see it crash back down to end the month as one of the biggest losers, having dropped roughly $225,000. But lest the giver-of-action’s fans be worried, Blom is still in the midst of a fantastic year, still up $1.1 million for 2017, even with the downturn. HighstakesDB Cash Game Results for November RANKPLAYERSESSIONSHANDSPROFIT 1BERRI SWEET16110,389$418,381 2Sauce123263,553$339,755 3omaha4rollz824,249$150,598 4€uroTr@sh1632,856$122,041 5OhHeyCindy363,159$117,998 6LuckyGump101238$105,555 7jobetzu25993$91,061 8candela2005N951,904$89,790 9fish2013461,067$81,662 10Trueteller383,138$72,313
  15. [caption width="640"] Timofey 'Trueteller' Kuznetsov won 8K in September playing the nosebleed stakes online.[/caption] It only took 23 sessions for Russian high-stakes online phenom Timofey ‘Trueteller’ Kuznetsov to capture the top spot for online cash game profitability in the month of September, according to the data tracked by HighStakesDB. With a concentration on the PokerStars’ Eight Game Mix tables, Kuznetsov tallied a massive $378,797 in profit over the course of 3,242 hands for the month. This result puts Kuznetsov just shy of $1.5 million in earnings so far this year, making him the most profitable online cash game player to date in 2017. Not far behind Kuznetsov in September, claiming the #2 spot, was ‘RaulGonzalez’ who finished the month on a massive upswing, ending up profitable to the tune of $359,125. His big September spike occurred right at the end of the month when he took home roughly $276,500 in a 24-hour period, much of which was won in battles with online legend Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom at the $200/$400 Pot Limit Omaha tables. Surely the uptick helped, as the online grinder had spent the majority of the summer on a downward trend with most of June and July deep in the red. Sweden’s ’WRUUUUM’ also carved out a profitable month with over $211,000 in earnings to take third place on the leaderboard. The majority of his action occurred at the high-stakes PLO tables and thanks to a four-day heater in the middle of the month, where he hauled in roughly $177,000 'WRUUUUM' was able to turn around a recent downswing to find himself, once again, profitable in 2017. After a fast start to the month where he was up roughly $30,000, UK’s Gavin ‘gavz101’ Cochrane was basically treading water, slowly descending on a course to zero profitability. Things then heated up for the Pot Limit Omaha specialist as Cochrane spiked roughly $115,000 over a two-day period. At the end of the month, he again glided upwards to finish the month with a healthy profit of over $165,000, good for fourth on the high-stakes cash game leaderboard for September. After freefalling on a $130,000 downswing earlier in the month, putting him $80,000 in the hole, well-known high stakes crusherLinus ‘LLinusLLove’ Loeliger turned things around to post an impressive profit of $147,788 for September. Loeliger put in nearly double the volume of any other player in the top five, getting over 16,600 hands in over 291 sessions, mostly at the No Limit Hold'em tables. Loeliger, one of the most active high-stakes regulars, is up nearly $450,000 on the year, currently sitting as the seventh biggest winner of 2017. Nine of the top ten profiteers in September managed a six-figure win, including Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom (9th), who managed to bank over $120,000. HighstakesDB Cash Game Results for September RANKPLAYERSESSIONSHANDSPROFIT 1Trueteller233242$378,797 2RaulGonzalez302958$359,125 3WRUUUUM1478464$211,840 4gavz1011868713$165,249 5LLinusLove29116610$147,788 6Cobus831098271$138,248 7NLZWERVERNL1255514$132,959 8ActionFreak21113981$130,794 9Isildur1496033$120,683 10fjutekk40323176$98,772
  16. [caption width="640"] Paul Vas Nunes now has two PokerStars Sunday Million wins to his name.[/caption] Paul 'pvas2' Vas Nunes joined an elite club on Sunday, becoming the latest player to have two PokerStars Sunday Million titles to his credit. Vas Nunes walked away with $138,335 over the weekend after winning the Sunday Million after making a two-way deal with 'buschle' who collected $121,698 for second place. Miroslav 'Nethos' Forman of the Czech Republic finished third for $75,250 followed by 'despedespi33' in fourth for $52,809 and 'Stonefish35' in fifth for a cash prize of $37,059. Vas Nunes' first Sunday Million came in 2010. Swedish superstar Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom captured an outright victory in the PokerStars Sunday High Roller for $63,842 with #39-ranked 'Ariados' cashing for $48,656 in second place. Andras 'probirs' Nemeth' (ranked #22 worldwide) of Hungary won the Sunday Warm-Up for $37,967 and 'IAmSoSo' took down the Sunday 500 event for $39,761. In the Omania High Roller, 'sqmpork' took home $18,392 for the win while 'G A W' came out on top in the Sunday Supersonic for $29,790. The $2,600 buy-in partypoker Super High Roller saw a two-way deal at its conclusion. 'Hahaha_Owned' received $41,200 for the official first place finish and 'chadi6969' walked away with $39,453 in the runner-up position. 'profilkiller73' won the $530 High Roller for $31,833. South Korea's 'YugiohPro' picked up the win in the $1,050 buy-in Whale on 888poker and received $34,925. The 888 Mega Deep was won by 'fishondope' who was awarded a cash prize of $19,532. PokerStars Sunday Million $200 + $15 NLHE 5,657 entrants $1,131,400 paid out to 998 spots pvas2 - $138,335.49 buschle - $121,698.45 *2-way deal Miroslav 'Nethos' Forman - $75,250.43 despedespi33 - $52,808.54 Stonefish35 - $37,059.45 TournamenT29 - $26,007.15 YYYeaHHH - $18,251.06 sousinha23 - $12,808.12 rashevski2 - $8,988.40 PokerStars Sunday High Roller $2,000 + $100 NLHE 154 entrants $308,000 paid out to 20 spots Isildur1 - $63,842.38 Sasuke234 - $48,655.74 (Ariados) Negriin - $37,081.69 elmerixx - $28,260.81 (emeriaa) Mustapha 'lasagnaaammm' Kanit - $21,538.22 T-Macha - $16,414.79 Romeopro - $12,510.09 OMGjonyctt - $9,534.23 Bonglim - $7,266.27 PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up $200 + $15 NLHE 1,440 entrants $288,000 paid out to 233 spots probirs - $37,967.27 Douglas 'Dowgh-Santos' Ferreira - $31,701.33 DBerglin - $29,525.05 *3-way deal BC1989RF - $16,489.64 (BenjaminChalot) Patrick 'thebigdog09' Brooks - $11,856.18 yongding - $8,524.68 rabcov - $6,129.30 Brink - $4,407.00 Bulldog622 - $3,168.66 PokerStars Sunday 500 $500 + $30 NLHE 446 entrants $223,000 paid out to 63 spots IAmSoSo - $39,760.85 THE ONLY SON - $29,313.32 ]av1taBro - $21,611.19 BIack88 - $15,932.81 MarToMchat - $11,746.43 (Thomas 'martom' Boivin) m.a-0000 - $8,660.04 cmase86 - $6,384.60 jakoon1985 - $4,707.01 pokerkluka - $3,470.23 PokerStars Omania High Roller $500 + $30 PLO Six Max 208 entrants $104,000 paid out to 23 spots sqmpork - $18,392.20 GINS FINEST - $14,546.05 kartt - $11,504.28 OempaLoempah - $9,098.59 schamixx - $7,195.95 iamivar - $5,691.19 PokerStars Sunday Supersonic $200 + $15 NLHE Six Max Hyper Turbo 837 entrants $171,384 paid out to 89 spots G A W - $29,789.82 pino032 - $21,203.27 OempaLoempah - $15,091.94 Alfred 'Kzzon' Karlsson - $10,742.03 SsicK_OnE - $7,645.90 t8st - $5,442.14 partypoker Super High Roller $2,500 + $100 65 entrants $162,500 paid out to 11 spots Hahaha_Owned - $41,200 chadi6969 - $39,453 *2-way deal CowEyed - $22,203 LarsLuzak1 - $15,100 Specter_Litt - $10,269 JoaquinGuzman - $6,984 PhileasFogg - $6,233 (hellohellohello) helicopterben82 - $5,563 partypoker High Roller $500 + $30 341 entrants $170,500 paid out to 55 spots profilkiller73 - $31,833 aLiNeNok1617 - $23,101 sordykrd - $16,764 (Jon 'apestyles' Van Fleet) b0b_z00m - $12,166 dartazz - $8,829 lgnent - $6,406 icenigel - $4,650 luffynated - $3,374 (Guntis 'lovefee' Aleskins) 888poker Whale $1,000 + $50 NLHE 85 entrants $127,000 paid out to 12 spots NEONTIGER - $34,925 (YugiohPro) NigDawG - $23,495 DrMiKee - $17,780 (Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez) Angelaras17 - $12,065 strangejelly - $8,890 (Akash 'funwheel' Majumdar) SHIPITBITCH - $6,668 Kannwas - $5,398 M4zlTov - $4,445 888poker MEGA DEEP $200 + $15 NLHE 399 entrants $102,800 paid out to 56 spots fishondope - $19,532 Jerry 'Perrymejsen' Ödeen - $14,392 Andy.69.Nuts - $10,794 N33dCoaching - $7,710 PaTientZer0 - $5,140 (MightyNuts) aRigold780 - $3,598 PulledPorker - $2,570 (Doug 'OU_dlanger610' Lang) pszemula - $2,056
  17. [caption width="640"] Viktor Blom won the PLO version of the PokerStars Sunday Grand this week (Unibet photo)[/caption] Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom is one of the most mercurial figures in online poker history. He's won and lost millions in the nosebleed cash games and won the 2013 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker Main Event. On Sunday he added to his own legend, beating out 148 other players to win the PokerStars Sunday Grand Pot Limit Omaha for $30,200. Former #1-ranked Brian 'brianm15' England took down the $1,050 buy-in Sunday Grand No Limit Hold'em for a cash prize of $43,234. He also finished seventh in the PLO version of the event. 'Kesjan' outlasted more than 5,800 opponents to capture an outright victory in the PokerStars Sunday Million for $157,486 over the weekend. He was followed by runner-up finisher 'enigma2018' who collected $110,515 and Brazilian Andre Busato (ranked #387 worldwide) who placed third for $77,556. 'SENSIMIL1' of the Russian Federation won the Stars Sunday Warm-up and walked away with $43,358 following a heads-up final table chop. The Sunday Supersonic tournament was won by 'soufian-070' who was awarded $34,597. There was a heads-up deal in the Sunday Supersonic, with '100CACIFE' taking home the largest score of $22,565. Brazilian Dimitri Gringenkov won the partypoker Heavyweight - The Title Fight event over the weekend and claimed the $83,500 championship prize. There was a heads-up deal in the $530 buy-in High Roller tournament as 'RingelStink' and Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen each took home over $34,100. In the 888poker Baby Whale event, 'callylally' was the victor for a cash payout of $26,819. The Mega Deep tournament saw 'Streusalz' atop the final leaderboard for $19,732. PokerStars Sunday Million($200 + $15 NLHE) *$1M Guaranteed - 5,832 entrants - $1,166,400 paid out to 1,052 spots Kesjan - $157,485.71 enigma2018 - $110,514.76 Andre Busato - $77,555.80 Also11 - $54,426.32 ante_geia_AA - $38,194.81 Melo jr - $26,803.98 Javier 'Ofbravetight' Swett - $18,810.29 FshnIsMyPrfn - $13,200.61 Jollymakky - $9,263.89 PokerStars Warm-Up($200 + $15 NLHE) *$250K Guaranteed - 1,609 entrants - $321,800 paid out to 269 spots SENSIMIL1 - $43,357.78 BuddyAces2 - $40,699.98 *2-way deal STELARI198 - $25,279.03 donovantripp - $18,175.84 spaarky777 - $13,068.58 munchenHB - $9,396.43 (Mike 'telks' Telker) bartowskiFR - $6,756.12 Sick Pastorr - $4,857.69 dresserWbn - $3,492.72 PokerStars Sunday Grand($1,000 + $50 NLHE) *$150K Guaranteed - 222 entrants - $222,000 paid out to 31 spots Brian 'brianm15' England - $43,234.35 voytech75 - $32,300.40 1_conor_b_1 - $24,131.73 Y.Strah0vski - $18,028.88 Sasuke234 - $13,469.45 (Ariados) ZeelandBoy - $10,063.06 33juggernaut - $7,518.14 Biocid - $5,616.84 BillLewinsky - $4,196.35 PokerStars Sunday Grand PLO($1,000 + $50 PLO Six-Max) *$75K Guaranteed - 149 entrants - $149,000 paid out to 19 spots Isildur1 - $30,199.64 YOUYOU777 - $22,542.18 Martin 'nizmo jiz' Kozlov - $16,826.39 vovtroy - $12,559.91 ruthless848 - $9,375.22 theNERDguy - $6,998.05 PokerStars Sunday Supersonic($200 + $15 NLHE 6-Max Hyper Turbo) *$150K Guaranteed - 1,034 entrants - $211,722 paid out to 143 spots soufian-070 - $34,597.24 toril274 - $22,614.83 TonyYayo5 - $14,782.69 unclemo1989 - $9,663.04 teckidtq - $6,316.46 (Troy 'iamthedeck ftw' Quenneville) diphazz - $4,128.89 PokerStars Sunday Storm($10 + $1 NLHE) *$225k Guaranteed - 25,580 entrants - $255,800 paid out to 5,084 spots 100CACIFE - $22,564.88 superdietyp - $16,884.43 *2-way deal Elochka1818 - $11,043.11 MCKovin - $7,593.88 gugu2ta - $5,222.00 sirtenzoe - $3,590.94 JokeRs55ru - $2,469.36 boroo0515 - $1,698.07 PlumbersMate - $1,167.67 partypoker $530 High Roller$150K Guaranteed- 430 entrants - $215,000 paid out to 63 spots RingelStink - $34,190 thebattler33 - $34,145 *2-way deal (Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen) Swunhiire - $20,688 veniVidi_Vici - $15,013 Heisenburg69 - $10,896 ILOVEBOOBISS - $7,906 Graftekkel - $5,738 rafaelmoraesgm - $4,164 partypoker Heavyweight "The Title Fight"($200 + $15 NLHE) *$500k Guaranteed - 2,228 entrants - $500,000 paid out to 280 spots Dimitri Gringenkov - $83,500 Alien_Army - $58,850 barrm111 - $38,000 josef_shvejk - $25,250 Rez-P12 - $17,725 P0L4R1C3 - $12,200 Stuey987 - $8,380 k23Temujin - $5,375 888poker THE Baby WHALE ($300 + $20 NLHE) *$150k Guaranteed - 293 entrants - $138,600 paid out to 45 spots callylally - $26,819 M9yM9so - $20,097 (kot_apartac) grandma1954 - $15,246 (1_conor_b_1) HinduKrush - $11,435 888Dominik - $7,900 KTBFFH89 - $6,098 (seahawk89) SeRG3nT - $4,712 (bebaimis777) rubenrtv - $3,326 888poker MEGA DEEP ($200 + $15 NLHE) *$200K Guaranteed - 522 entrants - $104,400 paid out to 72 spots Streusalz - $19,732 dmg34 - $14,459 TR0P_F4CIL3 - $10,649 CoCoMic - $7,830 Roulette69 - $5,220 RThorsten - $3,654 Imyurfriend - $2,610 ballinbenny - $1,827
  18. The online world is harder than ever to beat and those who play for a living on the virtual streets earn every dime of their annual haul. The games have shrunk in stakes but there is still more than enough money to go around the ecosystem. According to Highstakesdb.com, two players won over $1 million playing online cash games in 2017. Leading the best of the best if ‘BERRI SWEET.’ In 869 logged sessions, ‘BERRI SWEET’ notched $1,769,395 in cash game winnings. Over 55,120 hands, ‘BERRI SWEET’ won an average of $32 per hand and over $2,000 per session in the swingy world of Pot Limit Omaha. On July 26, ‘BERRI SWEET’ won the biggest pot of the year in $200/$400 PLO against Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom. That pot was worth $213,261 and accompanied the third-largest pot of the year which was also won by ‘BERRI SWEET’ versus Blom. Finishing in second place for 2017 and the only other player over $1 million is Timofey ‘Trueteller’ Kuznetsov. The beautiful upswing on Kuznetsov’s graph is something to behold. Kuznetsov raked in $1,454,838 in 701 sessions and 59,505 hands. Following in the footsteps of ‘BERRI SWEET,’ Kuznetsov won the second largest pot of the year with Blom as his opponent. One of the worst beats in poker took place for Kuznetsov to drag in the $200,514 monster as Blom flopped a full house but got outdrawn on the river. All the money went in then and Kuznetsov took in the spoils. The third spot on the list belongs to Carlo van ‘Ravenswood13’ Ravenswoud. The Dutch player collected $814,543 at the online cash tables this year. The preferred game for Ravenswoud is Pot Limit Omaha and Ravenswoud also won a PLO SCOOP title in May for $61,080 more. Ravenswoud peaked over $1 million in October but hit a minor downswing late to finish under the seven-figure mark. ‘ActionFreak’ was a career high stakes loser when the year started but reversed that trend and pocketed $790,920, primarily playing PLO. It took over 75,000 hands for ‘ActionFreak’ to reach this total and they finished the year on an upward trend. The player who put in the most volume among the top-10 is Linus ‘LLinusLove’ Loeliger. Of those in the elite group of online players, Loeliger is the only one who put in over 2,000 sessions. Loeliger played 104,092 hands in that time and won $650,965. In all of his perpetually swinging glory, Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom stumbles in a #5. Blom played in the five biggest pots of the year, losing four of them, but still managed to hang on to $645,327. 'Isildur1' played all the games with PLO, No Limit Hold’em, 2-7 Triple Draw, and 8-Game all on his resume for this year. Blom lapped the field in terms of hands played with 198,340 in 1,338 sessions. Jordi ‘prot0’ Urlings found himself up $624,265 with less than 50,000 hands players. Another Dutch member of online’s best started the year down almost $100,000 but crawled out of that hole by mid-February and never looked back from there. December’s #1 is ranked eighth here. ‘RaúlGonzalez’ wraps up a season that saw quite a few swings. By June, ‘RaúlGonzalez’ was an $800,000 loser and went on a crusade from that point forward of over $1 million to finish 2017 up $574,768. ‘Mongano’ played the fewest sessions and hands of the top-10. It took only 195 log-ins and 13,232 hands for ‘Mongano’ to reach $438,932. ‘Mongano’ put in most of their volume on the 8-Game and Triple Draw tables. Heads up specialist ‘donthnrmepls’ takes their place at #10. Similar to ‘Mongano,’ ‘donthnrmepls’ played a lower number of sessions to finish with 210 played. In total, ‘donthnrmepls’ has $389,426 to build on for 2018. HighstakesDB Cash Game Results for 2017 RANK PLAYER SESSIONS HANDS PROFIT 1 BERRI SWEET 869 55,120 $1,769,395 2 Trueteller 701 59,505 $1,454,838 3 Ravenswood13 715 57,502 $814,543 4 ActionFreak 1,255 75,218 $790,920 5 LLinusLLove 2,201 104,092 $650,962 6 Isildur1 1,338 198,340 $645,327 7 prot0 1,036 48,062 $624,265 8 RaúlGonzalez 572 96,439 $574,768 9 Mongano 195 13,232 $438,392 10 donthnrmepls 210 14,212 $389,426
  19. The high stakes cash game world takes no time off for the holidays. This December featured more six-figure pots and huge swings. Finishing on top of the leaderboard for the month is ‘RaúlGonzalez.’ The total haul of ‘RaúlGonzalez’ topped out at $521,189 in winnings over the course of 32 sessions. This is according to the data on Highstakesdb.com. It took ‘RaúlGonzalez’ 5,892 hands to reach this total with Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom playing a role in him achieving this number. On December 18, the pair battled in $1,000/$2,000 2-7 Triple Draw and 8-Game mix. ‘RaúlGonzalez’ came out on top in both games and finished the day up almost $220,000. Earlier in the month, ‘RaúlGonzalez’ beat Blom for a comparable amount in the same two games. Of the top-10 winners in D ecember, ‘RaúlGonzalez’ put in the fourth fewest sessions, making the most of his limited volume. ‘RaúlGonzalez’ finished the month with over twice as many winnings as second-place Laszlo ‘omaha4rollz’ Bujtas. In November, Bujtas placed third in the rankings with $150,598 in winnings. This time around, Bujtas has upped that total to $246,988 in 79 sessions and 4,094 hands. Bujtas was on a downward trend heading into the last two months of the year but is now entering 2018 with a profit of almost $400,000 from 2017. Sitting in third place is ‘Grazvis1,’ who put in the most sessions of anyone in the top-10. ‘Grazvis1’ logged on for 166 sessions in December and made $162,163 over their 5,358 hands. December saw ‘Grazvis’ build his graph off a consistent upswing line with Pot Limit Omaha the most played game. Linus 'LLinusLLove' Loeliger jumps in at #4. Loeliger won $148,753 in the previous month despite playing only 1,398 hands in his 37 sessions. If you’re looking for efficiency, Ben ‘Ben86’ Tollerene is the model. In only four sessions, Tollerene racked up $132,460 in 573 hands played. Tollerene dueled against Timofey 'Trueteller' Kuznetsov in $100/$200 PLO on December 31 and earned $109,968. Those winnings came in the span of 374 hands for Tollerene. ‘BlackFortuna’ and ‘Azrarn’ inputted 101 and 94 sessions, respectively and both ended December with over six-figures in winnings. ‘Azrarn’ put in most of their volume in Fixed Limit Hold’em while ‘BlackFortuna’ stuck with Pot Limit Omaha. Following Tollerene’s methodology to play less and profit more is Sami ‘LarsLuzak’ Kelopuro. The Finnish high stakes pro only played 12 sessions and 578 hands but came out on the other side with a $87,297 profit. Kelopuro won most of his buck in $100/$200 PLO, taking over $48,000 of the table on December 28. In 10th place is ‘Truelove13.’ Similar to ‘Azrarn,’ ‘Truelove13’ beasted the FLHE tables to the tune of $83,037 won in 99 sessions. In those 99 sessions, ‘Truelove13’ played 6,661 hands. Bujtas wound up being the only repeat top-10 finished from November. January is a fresh start for all players and it will be interesting to see how the high stakes world shakes out in the next couple of weeks. HighstakesDB Cash Game Results for December RANK PLAYER SESSIONS HANDS PROFIT 1 RaúlGonzalez 32 5,892 $521,189 2 omaha4rollz 79 4,094 $246,988 3 Grazvis1 166 5,358 $162,163 4 LLinusLLove 37 1,398 $148,753 5 Ben86 4 573 $132,460 6 BlackFortuna 101 4,913 $115,531 7 Azrarn 94 6,392 $104,760 8 prot0 54 2,005 $93,042 9 Lrzlzk 12 578 $87,297 10 Truelove13 99 6,661 $83,037
  20. Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom, 'Lena900' and 'Dhr. Awesome' were all amongst the 15 title winners on Day 12. The highlight tournament of the day was Event #40-High ($5,200 Eight Max High Roller No Limit Hold'em) as 260 entrants came together to create a juicy $1.3M prize pool. The final four was set after Conor 'blanconegro' Drinan, Ben 'Ben86' Tollerene, 'iambest2' and 'EvnomiYa' had all departed from the final table. The first player to bank a six-figure score was 'Crazy Elior' who exited in fourth-place for $104,358, followed by 'OverTheTop43' who collected $139,288 in third, which left Jonathan 'Proudflop' Proudfoot and 'Dhr. Awesome' left to do battle. After the players had agreed on a money-deal they fought for the title and remaining prize pool with 'Dhr. Awesome' prevailing for the $224,753 victory. It was a second 2018 SCOOP series silver medal for Proudfoot, who took away the considerable runners-up prize of $209,296 to smash his previous best recorded online cash of $47,771. Event #40-Medium ($530 Eight Max High Roller No Limit Hold'em) saw Pedro 'PaDiLhA SP' Padilha defeat Canada's 'JGagMan' heads-up to win $132,274. It was a second career SCOOP title for the Brazilian after he won his first back in 2012. 'JGagMan' took away $94,288 for their second-place finish as Phil 'PhilRoyal888' Mighall made up the top-three for $67,212. In the #40 'Low', Renan 'r_dkGyn' Taveira came through a 9,337 player field and turned $55 into $55,880 after a three-way deal. Tóth 'MartinPro66' Martin succumbed to Taveria heads-up for $46,104 after a deal had been made with eventual third-place finisher 'xxdzsa', who accepted $41,840. 'Lena900' added another $50,391 to the 'Team Sweden' series prop bet total after they claimed victory in Event #39-High ($1,050 Six Max NLO8). The current PocketFives no. #5 has been in a well voiced six-figure prop bet against Patrick Leonard and 'Bencb789' since the start of SCOOP, and was able to help his teammate 'C.Darwin2' by extending their lead. Bernardo 'bedias' Dias took second-place for $37,351, with 'recusant_89' in third for $27,686. 'thomber26' was the Event #39-Medium champion for $19,548 after they eliminated 'russiadgl' into second-place for $13,620. There was also second final table appearances of the day for 'High' runner-up Bernardo 'bedias' Dias, who this time took the bronze medal for $9,490, and Phil 'PhilRoyal888' Mighall, who added another $6,612 to his bankroll in fourth. The 'Low' ($11 Six Max NLO8) title went to 'barry_dread' who negotiated a 4,889 player field to win $6,821. 'aDrENalin710' was the player to fall during heads-up for $4,750, with 'dyadka' the third-place finisher for $3,310. Victor 'Isildur1' Blom, 'D PitcherAK' and 'villepn' were named the three Event #41 HORSE champions. Blom's title came in the 'High' for $59,780 after the Swede had eliminated 'MUSTAFABET' into second-place for $41,480. 'D PitcherAK' banked $18,848 for beating the UK's Ross 'thelukystump' Atkinson heads-up in the 'Medium', with the Brit taking away $13,888. And in the 'Low', 'villepn' took the SCOOP title alongside $8,083 after they saw off 'Senkel92' in the final battle, who won $5,704. Event #42 saw three NLHE Heads-Up Shootout tournaments take place with 'LuxPoker17' and Aaron 'aaronmermel' Mermelstein agreeing to a deal in the $2,100 'High'. There was a prize pool worth $256,000 after 128 entrants stumped up the buy-in and when play reached its final two they agreed to a money-deal before battling for the SCOOP accolade. 'LuxPoker17' was the one to go the distance for $64,000.01, with runner-up Mermelstein banking $58,879 for their share of the deal. 'Epistokrat' beat 'ProBelgian' in the $215 'Medium' final match, earning $18,567, with the runner-up collecting $11,814 and Romania's 'jimmyrestant' took down the $22 'Low' for $5,170.47 as 'pelmeenid' fell at the final hurdle for $3,288. The final tournaments that came to a close on Day 12, were in Event #43 NLHE. 'great dant', 'DMcZZa', 'Lena900', 'rybunia' and 'girafganger7' all made the $1,050 buy-in 'High' final table before 'roo_400' defeated 'oriente1' heads-up for the win. The victor took away $62,269 with the runner-up awarded $47,165. 'SwatFBA' took down the $109 'Medium' for $25,721, with 'DOCTORB911' taking second for $18,334, and 'regevgerev' became the $11 'Low' champion for $8,876.95 after they beat 'MarceleBrito' heads-up. Event #39 (Low): $11 Six Max NLO8 Entries: 4,889 Prize pool: $47,912.20 barry_dread - $6,821.95 aDrENalin710 - $4,750.87 dyadka - $3,310.28 BellaLittle - $2,306.51 Muka82 - $1,607.11 Philych_085 - $1,119.79 Event #39 (Medium): $109 Six Max NLO8 Entries: 1,251 Prize pool: $125,100 thomber26 - $19,548.92 russiadgl - $13,620.71 bedias - $9,490.52$6,612 PhilRoyal888 - .73 LastPartizan - $4,607.57 smiechu0808 - $3,210.42 Event #39 (High): $1,050 Six Max NLO8 Entries: 264 Prize pool: $264,000 Lena900 - $50,391.55 bedias - $37,351.96 recusant_89 - $27,686.65 dynoalot - $20,522.38 FONBET_RULIT - $15,211.91 torscotr06 - $11,275.65 Event #40 (Low): $55 Eight Max High Roller No Limit Hold'em Entries: 9,337 Prize pool: $466,850 r_dkGyn - $55,880.61* MartinPro66 - $46,104.46* xxdzsa - $41,840.34* Criss1301 - $23,454.35 mendieta19 - $16,719.01 Vomani - $11,917.84 k0Le - $8,495.40 LiroLa - $6,055.79 *denotes three-way deal Event #40 (Medium): $530 Eight Max High Roller No Limit Hold'em Entries: 1,752 Prize pool: $876,000 PaDiLhA SP - $132,274.48 JGagMan - $94,288.78 PhilRoyal888 - $67,212.23 delfina_47 - $47,911.15 I'am_Sound - $34,152.69 eric2301 - $24,345.17 Chester20o - $17,354.08 SphinX88 - $12,370.52 Event #40 (High): $5,200 Eight Max High Roller No Limit Hold'em Entries: 260 Prize pool: $1,300,000 Dhr. Awesome - $224,753.84* Proudflop - $209,296.53* OverTheTop43 - $139,288.76 Crazy Elior - $104,358.15 blanconegro - $78,187.59 Ben86 - $58,579.82 iambest2 - $43,889.30 EvnomiYa - $32,882.85 *denotes heads-up deal Event #41 (Low): $22 HORSE Entries: 2,377 Prize pool: $47,540 villepn - $8,083.20 Senkel92 - $5,704.80 manokippa2 - $4,423.12 namazu66 - $3,327.80 shaundeeb - $2,377.00 malice18 - $1,426.20 homasapiens -$950.80 GromVSmorG - $475.40 Event #41 (Medium): $215 HORSE Entries: 496 Prize pool: $99,200 D PitcherAK - $18,848.00 thelukystump - $13,888.00 SerYurAl - $10,177.92 Smertin - $7,440.00 Anton720 - $4,960.00 Ulett_23 - $3,472.00 nilsef - $2,480.00 Ceegee87 - $1,984.00 Event #41 (High): $2,100 HORSE Entries: 122 Prize pool: $244,000 Isildur1 - $59,780.00 MUSTAFABET - $41,480.00 lennart - $31,720.00 Lrslzk - $21,960.00 Ossie12 - $15,860.00 fr0zZy - $12,200.00 No Shock - $9,760.00 römpsä - $7,320.00 Event #42 (Low): $22 NLHE Heads-Up Shootout Entries: 2,048 Prize pool: $40,960 jimmyrestant - $5,170.47 pelmeenid - $3,288.67 Magnusfam - $1,644.95 Jeffrey2013 - $1,644.95 sombra97 - $915.86 Javatini - $915.86 RedFivez - $915.86 RandomAct1on - $915.86 Event #42 (Medium): $215 NLHE Heads-Up Shootout Entries: 512 Prize pool: $102,400 Epistokrat - $18,567.27 ProBelgian - $11,814.91 theproksa - $5,907.45 Xxopa - $5,907.45 Czapskino - $3,291.13 Razvan1990 - $3,291.13 FrCnnctn1960 - $3,291.13 hneves182 - $3,291.13 Event #42 (High): $2,100 NLHE Heads-Up Shootout Entries: 128 Prize pool: $256,000 LuxPoker17 - $64,000.01* aaronmermel - $58,879.99* NININI12345 - $25,600.00 shenideda - $25,600.00 E. Aequitas - $10,240.00 Naza114 - $10,240.00 jenbizzle - $10,240.00 €urop€an - $10,240.00 *denotes heads-up deal Event #43 (Low): $11 NLHE Entries: 6,371 Prize pool: $62,435.80 regevgerev - $8,876.95 MarceleBrito - $6,101.06 2Much$4U_08 - $4,195.44 hulkhogan8 - $2,885.02 luisnrd - $1,983.90 1ucky_mak - $1,364.24 s0niCCCC - $938.13 vin dizel98 - $645.11 baaaaddyyyy - $443.62 Event #43 (Medium): $109 NLHE Entries: 1,701 Prize pool: $170,100 SwatFBA - $25,721.68 DOCTORB911 - $18,334.56 Jajeam - $13,069.53 EL_pimienta85 - $9,316.41 Darkrem - $6,641.06 BrotherBilly - $4,733.98 chrisdm - $3,374.56 Alexey5758 - $2,405.50 blebelea - $1,714.74 Event #43 (High): $1,050 NLHE Entries: 331 Prize pool: $331,000 roo_400 - $62,269.78 oriente1 - $47,165.71 great dant - $35,725.32 laubahia - $27,059.94 DMcZZa- $20,496.38 Lena900 - $15,524.85 rybunia - $11,759.20 girafganger7 - $8,906.91
  21. There was another Sunday of big money wins across online poker's top tournaments with the crowning of a three-time PokerStars Sunday Million champion. Russia's 'veeea' took down the PokerStars Sunday Million for an outstanding third time in their career after they came through the 5,236 player-field to win $141,494. 'veeea' who previously won the event back in 2015 and 2017 is also a three-time Super Tuesday champion and a former PocketFives.com world number #1. The win for 'veeea' comes less than eight weeks after a near miss in the Sunday Million chasing a third title when they ended up with the bronze medal for $71,823, but this time around they achieved it. 'LEHMATLENTAA' departed in third place for $69,680 before 'WhatA298' fell at the final hurdle during heads-up and banked an impressive $99,292. Nick "fu_15" Maimone defeated Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom heads-up in the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller after the pair had agreed to a money deal. Blom was awarded the slightly bigger share after negotiations had taken place after 'Roma_Tilt' had departed in third place for $19,787 + $5,885 in bounties. However, Maimone was able to turn it around and sent Blom to the rail as runner-up for $32,331 + $9,368 in bounties, with Maimome picking up $31,491 + $23,542 in bounties for the win. The PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up saw a 919 entrants field create a $183,800 prize pool with Malta's 'wisopekeño!' banking the largest share. 'KayCrusher' exited in third place for $15,867.25, which left 'wisopekeño!' in a battle against the Czech Republic's 'Vocaaas.' 'wisopekeño!' was able to come out on top to win the $30,693 top-prize and continued a great year having picked up a SCOOP title in May. 'Vocaaas' added another $22,068 to their already impressive $1.1m in online earnings as runner-up. 'M.nosbocaJ' topped an 82 player-field in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller to win $39,838. 'Pimmss' claimed the bronze medal for $24,511, before 'M.nosbocaJ' faced off with 'topdoll827' for the title, with the latter falling in second place for $31,248. 'SandwichBacon' banked over $41,000 for victory in the partypoker $1,050 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter after they defeated 'Skipper22' heads-up. One hundred and fifty entrants created a prize pool worth $153,000 and when Sweden's 'Algorhytm' hit the rail in third for $9,000 + $3,607 in bounties, 'Skipper22' was unable to get the better of 'SandwichBacon' and settled for $12,375 + $7,036 in bounties as the runner-up. Samuel 'JHelppi' Vousden went the distance in the partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller and added another impressive result to his poker c.v. The Finn won his 84th PocketFives.com gold medal after a heads-up victory over 'j2805667' who exited in second for $31,900. 'addhuSK' banked $21,025 in third place, with Vousden taking away $47,125 for the win. Bulgaria's #1 ranked player 'SUPERSCOUSER' was the last player standing in the partypoker $1,050 Deepstack after they held off the challenge of 97 other players to win $24,500. Sweden's former world ranked #1 'Doyle_B' came third for $12,500, with 'Gl4adiat0r' the final player to depart, and banked $17,500 as runner-up. 'Yattag0' turned $215 into $16,380 after they came through a 420 player-field in the 888poker $80,000 Sunday Mega Deep. On a final table of eight, 'ShipGold' had to settle for bronze in third place for $9,240, before 'DuckFace01' banked $12,180 in second, which meant 'Yattag0' was this week's hero. Below are this week’s Sunday final table results: PokerStars Sunday Million ($200 + $15 NLHE) $1M Guaranteed 5,236 entrants, $1,047,200 prize pool veeea - $141,494.47 WhatA298 - $99,292.15 LEHMATLENTAA - $69,680.16 sman9876 - $48,899.31 Joelauson7 - $34,316.11 SoCloseCall - $24,082.03 Ejdms - $16,900.02 shockpowerJr - $11,859.95 neto gol - $8,323.04 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $150k Gtd 82 entrants, $164,000 prize pool M.nosbocaJ - $39,838.65 topdoll827 - $31,248.82 Pimmss - $24,511.14 Sphinx87 - $19,226.19 sonmonedas - $15,080.75 blanconegro - $11,829.12 a Bull 67 - $9,278.59 Ssick_One - $7,277.99 Nolet20 - $5,708.75 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $400k Gtd 894 entrants, $447,000 prize pool FU_15 - $31,491.79* + $23,542.40 (in bounties) Isildur1 - $32,331.67* + $9,368.64 Roma_Tilt - $19,787.12 + $5,885.74 Tulkaz - $14,503.89 + $9,490.23 Sphinx87 - $10,631.31 + $437.50 C.Darwin2 - $7,792.72 + $890.93 Geokarak - $5,712.05 + $6,685.54 jayjayme - $4,186.91 + $2,953.13 pappadogg - $3,068.99 + $1,625.00 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $175k Gtd 919 entrants, $183,800 prize pool wisopekeño! - $30,693.25 Vocaaas - $22,068.24 KayCrusher - $15,867.25 $odomiz€r - $11,408.68 infiniti3330 - $8,202.93 engantil - $5,897.97 hopezACE - $4,240.68 paulitschMC - $3,049.09 Anjeyyy - $2,192.31 partypoker $1,050 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter $150k Gtd 150 entrants, $153,000 prize pool SandwichBacon - $17,242.50 + $24,943.75 Skipper22 - $12,375 + $7,036.25 Algorhytm - $9,000 + $3,607.50 sergewiceq - $6,375 + $1,495 Partyyycular - $4,500 + $1,787.50 aagii101 - $3,562.50 + $1,820 0txark0agabr0 - $2,835 + $1,625 WhoDatt. - $2,250 + $2,015 partypoker $1,050 Sunday HR $100k 101 entrants, $101,000 prize pool whresmymind - $21,707.23* uNORTH0doX - $20,712.78 BelowAvgGreg - $12,625 HellmuthTheGr8 - $8,837.50 ACHSO8000 - $6,525 spinner2255 - $5,050 Patrick_Leonard - $4,040 Gl4diat0r - $3,282.50 partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller $100k Gtd 58 entrants, $145,000 prize pool JHelppi - $47,125 j2805667 - $31,900 addhuSK - $21,025 Specter_Litt - $13,050 madgenius87 - $10,150 Z0mbiegirl - $7,975 george15mcd - $6,887.50 Iluvia71 - $6,887.50 partypoker $1,050 Deepstack-HR $100k Gtd 98 entrants, $100,000 prize pool SUPERSCOUSER - $24,500 Gl4adiat0r - $17,500 Doyle_B - $12,500 madgenius87 - $8,750 andstar555 - $6,500 JHelppi - $4,000 chik12ha - $4,000 p3pp3rOnc1n1 - $3,250 888poker $80,000 Sunday Mega Deep 420 entrants – $84,000 prize pool Yattag0 - $16,380 DuckFace01 - $12,180 ShipGold - $9,240 GangstaGo - $6,720 1LevelAbove - $4,620 WadoIchimonj - $3,360 LifeOnMars - $2,520 bAdP0KeR87 - $2,100  
  22. 'Luigy666' came through a 10,306 field to win the PokerStars Sunday Million for $108,192. Brazil's 'Leo Borgheti' secured his biggest online cash to date with a third place finish for $55,929, before 'Luigy666' got the better of 'QTsN€v€rF0ld' heads-up, with the latter banking $77,787 as runner-up. Andras 'probirs' Nemeth won the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $50,695. On a final table that featured the likes of 'anteen', Conor Beresford, Samuel '€urop€an' Vousden, and world ranked #1 'Lena900', 'WATnlos' took the bronze medal for $29,903.45. Nemeth then defeated 'yurasov1990' heads-up for the title, as the latter took away $38,935. 'huang33' banked over $64,000 for victory in the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller. The prize pool was set at $483,500 after 967 entrants took part and when the field was reduced to the final three, it was 'Driekus888' who took the bronze medal for $21,402 + $2,851. 'compris' then departed in second place for $29,199 + $9,906, as 'huang33' took the win. 'Tobotheman' won the PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up for $29,223 after besting an 832 player-field. Belgium's Kenny 'SpaceyFCB' Hallaert just missed out on a podium spot as he exited in fourth place for $10,862, with 'GM_VALTER' taking the third spot for $15,107. 'TTWIST' then fell at the final hurdle and settled for $21,011, which left 'Tobotheman' to take the glory. 'Chelsea72' took down the partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Deepstack title for $40,780, after a heads-up battle against Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom. Kenny 'Spacey1861' Hallaert took his second fourth-place finish of the day for $15,600 before 'HeavensEdge222' took third for $21,100. Sweden's Blom then fell at the final hurdle for $29,600, leaving 'Chelsea72' as the victor. Chance 'ChanceSeeYou' Kornuth added over $66,000 to their bankroll after they topped a 119 player-field in the partypoker $2,100 Sunday High Roller Gladiator. 'skitzo' took third place for $16,807 + $3,412, before Kornuth got the better of 'madgenius87' heads-up, and the latter took away $23,518 + $4,528. PokerStars $109 Sunday Million $1M Guaranteed 10,360 entrants, $1,036,000 prize pool Luigy666 - $108,192.73 QTsN€v€rF0ld - $77,787.43 Leo Borgheti - $55,929.80 danilo18_BR - $40,213.99 ShipitFTW911 - $28,914.13 waterboy1921 - $20,789.51 poker@luffyD - $14,947.82 DirtyTowel - $10,747.56 MkMyWishFish - $7,727.52 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $150k Gtd 119 entrants, $220,000 prize pool probirs - $50,695.67 yurasov1990 - $38,935.53 WATnlos - $29,903.45 Lena900 - $22,966.59 DRONCHEK - $17,638.91 Lrslzk - $13,547.12 €urop€an - $10,404.52 1_conor_b_1 - $7,990.95 anteen - $6,137.25 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $300k Gtd 967 entrants, $483,500 prize pool huang33 - $39,835.61 + $24,204.51 compris - $29,199.09 + $9,906.22 Driekus888 - $21,402.85 + $2,851.56 cocojamb0 - $15,688.22 + $7,759.27 GM_VALTER - $11,499.41 + $1,453.12 aetos2drama - $8,429.04 + $375 mmetsla - $6,178.47 + $6,581.05 JohnnieQ - $4,528.79 + $3,367.19 serggorelyi7 - $3,319.59 + $4,609.37 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $175k Gtd 832 entrants, $175,000 prize pool Tobotheman - $29,223.61 TTWIST - $21,011.65 GM_VALTER - $15,107.55 SpaceyFCB - $10,862.46 Patosplayer - $7,810.19 progre69 - $5,615.59 langace66 - $4,037.65 YJ98poker - $2,903.11 Tr!pleeeee - 2,087.34 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Deepstack $200k Gtd 180 entrants, $200,000 prize pool Chelsea72 - $40,780 Isildur1 - $29,600 HeavensEdge222 - $21,100 Spacey1861 - $15,600 KPitts34 - $11,000 KERRMODE - $8,400 gb618 - $6,200 GewoonBoef - $4,600 partypoker $530 Sunday HR Clasico - $100k Gtd 195 entrants, $100,000 prize pool CanadianSanta - $20,390 iveybluffallin - $14,800 backdrunk - $10,550 KERRMODE - $7,800 MOTHERSMATTERS - $5,200 Heavensedge222 - $4,200 Sentapied99 - $3,100 Boy-George - $2,300 partypoker $2,100 Sunday High Roller Gladiator $250k Gtd 119 entrants, $243,950 prize pool Chance 'ChanceSeeYou' Kornuth - $23,543.53 + $43,279.70 madgenius87 - $23,518.40 + $4,528 skitzo - $16,807 + $3,412 algorhytm - $11,765 + $4,462 PokerBrothersTM - $8,740 + $5,250 ojanOmaha - $6,723 + $7,776.56 RovoDice - $5,378.49 + $5,446 onehundredeyes - $4,370 + $1,968 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Bounty - $200k Gtd 194 entrants, $200,000 prize pool ATM_Mage - $15,980.44 + $24,064.23 BackDoorMat - $15,960,46 + $2,112.50 CopperKupp - $11,384 + $4,062 Dany_VK - $8,416 + $7,001 GewoonBeof - $5,934 + $4,367 A3APTEH - $4,532 + 4,647 jammermaat - $3,345 + $2,486 AussieOsbourne - $2,481 + $2,145 GGPoker Sunday Blade 59 entrants, $280,250 prize pool ImLividBuddy - $97,088 chan593 - $59,335 LlinusLLove - $42,834 FuTimReilly - $30,921 AlfredDelia - $22,322 ExclusiveA - $16,114 PokerBluff1 - $11,633 GGPoker Sunday Blade 46 entrants, $218,500 prize pool Picasso16 - $67,797* carsonwentz - $67,045* Shark Bait - $34,485 SasukeUchiha - $23,163 oviens22 - $15,558 ImLividBuddy - $10,450
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