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  1. Poker talent grows across the United States within players who hone their craft online. How an online player might perform live during the summer is anyone's guess. American PocketFivers did well last summer, headlined by Scott 'Sblum2711' Blumstein's win in the World Series of Poker Main Event. Blumstein's run came as a surprise to many and he likely would not have been on a "top-5" list for a similar preview at this time last year. The five players below are all qualified in their own right. Repeating Blumstein's performance might be a lofty goal but expect to see all of these American P
  2. With the decision to postpone or cancel all current live WSOP Circuit events, the WSOP quickly put together an 18-event online series on WSOP.com for players in New Jersey or Nevada. The series featured 18 gold ring events, with a total of $1.24 million in combined prize pool guarantees up for grabs. The series started March 14, 2020, and ran through March 31. When it was all said and done, the guarantees were smashed thanks to 11,816 total entries generating more than $3.945 million in total prize pools. [ptable zone=“Global Poker Article Ad”][ptable zone=“GG Poker”][ptable zone=“NJ Onl
  3. This weekend in Nevada, 13 PocketFives members made it to 18 final tables and cashed for $11,506 collectively, or 17% of the available prize pool. ChaosTheoryled the way with over $3,100 in winnings. JCHAK(pictured) had the most cashes at three and took home over $1,373. Only one PocketFiver finished in first place, as ColHanzLanda won the Sunday Freezeout for $1,173. WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with nine events including the Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee and Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee on Saturday, the $2K Sunday Freezeout, the $20,000 Sunday Guarantee, the $3,000 Guarantee Six
  4. This weekend in Nevada, nine PocketFives members made it to 14 final tables and cashed for $11,563 collectively, or 17% of the total prize pool. There were two first place finishers among PocketFivers: JCHAK(pictured) won the Sunday $3K Six-Max for $1,353 and Nutsinurfacetook down the Weekend Warm-Up on Saturday for $2,424. PaulDewald cashed in three tournaments for a total of $1,443. WSOP.com had 621 runners vying for the 79 available prizes totaling $65,034. Two events did not meet their guarantees; the Saturday $3K Re-Entry Event and the Sunday $10K Re-loader Event had overlays of $79 an
  5. This weekend in Nevada, 11 PocketFives members made it to 12 final tables and cashed for $9,354 collectively. Wolf_51finished 2nd in the Sunday $10K Re-Loader, winning $2,656. For ZenEnso, a 6th place finish in the Sunday $20K gave him $1,535. JCHAK (pictured) cashed in 4th place in the Sunday $10K Re-Loader, taking home $1,264. WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with nine major events including the Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee and Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee on Saturday, the $2K Sunday FreezeOut, the $20,000 Sunday Guarantee, the $3,000 Guarantee 6-Max, and the $10K Sunday Reloader.
  6. This weekend in Nevada, eight PocketFives members made it to ten final tables and cashed for $5,312 total. Earning the most, with three cashes, was JCHAK (pictured), who took home over $2,280. WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with nine major events including the Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee and Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee on Saturday, the $2K Sunday FreezeOut, the $15,000 Weekly Sunday Guarantee, the $3,000 Guarantee Six-Max, and the $10K Sunday Reloader. WSOP.com had 825 runners vying for the 119 available prizes totaling $90,249. The player with the highest individual cash was
  7. This weekend in Nevada, 13 PocketFives members made it to 15 final tables, cashing for $22,219 total. bassmastertook down the Sunday $15K on WSOP for $6,919, his second takedown in a row in that event. bcm4924took down the Weekend Warm-Up for $2,270. Butterscashed twice, winning over $640, and JaminOnFaces(pictured) took home $1,898 for his two cashes. JCHAK's second place finish in the Sunday $15K was for $4,025, an event that he said was "the wrong tourney" on Twitter. WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with nine events including the Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee and Re-Entry R&A $3,000
  8. This weekend in Nevada, 12 PocketFives members made it to 20 final tables, cashing for $21,232 total. JCHAK(pictured) led the way with four cashes totaling $4,194. MastAAce08 had two cashes, including a win in the Sunday Night $3K, for a total of $3,100. WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with nine major events including the Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee and Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee on Saturday, the $2K Sunday Freezeout, the $15,000 Weekly Sunday Guarantee, the $3,000 Guarantee 6-Max, and the $10K Sunday Reloader. All events except the Saturday Re-Entry event exceeded their guarantee
  9. Had this been any other summer under a normal set of circumstances, the poker world would be in the midst of the World Series of Poker at the Rio in Las Vegas. That madness would surely have included some of poker's brightest stars owning the stage for their victories, but it also would have featured a number of lesser-known players finding a way to claim their first gold bracelet and thrusting themselves into poker's biggest and brightest spotlight. As everybody is well aware, there isn't really anything normal about this summer. Wednesday marks the beginning of the 31 2020 World Series of
  10. PocketFives had the opportunity to chat with JCHAK, aka Jed Hoffman (pictured). His total winnings to date online with WSOP.com currently stands at $65,000 and climbing. PocketFives: Are you living in Nevada or visiting? Jed Hoffman: I live in Reno. It's a great place. There is a lot of growth and development in the area and it's close to Lake Tahoe and the Sierras, so there are always a lot of things to do. PocketFives: What do you base your current successes online? Jed Hoffman: Perseverance in clicking buttons. The factors and variables in the algorithm of No Limit tourname
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