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  1. It's Wednesday, which means a brand new installment of the PocketFives Online Poker Rankings. This week, Rick TheClaimeerTrigg (pictured) reentered the top 10 after being ranked as high as #4 earlier this year. This week, he moved up from #23 to #10 after chopping a PartyPoker Pokerfest event heads-up for $35,000. Trigg is up to $5.2 million in career online tournament winnings and is one of only 13 PocketFivers to receive a $5 million cash badge this year. He took second in the PartyPoker $100,000 Guaranteed High Roller Event in October as well, cashing for $13,000. The rest of the top 10 of the Rankings remained virtually unchanged save Jimmy JMolloyMolloy, who reached his all-time high of #8 after moving up 21 spots. He won the PokerStars Sunday $100 Rebuy over the weekend for $53,000 officially and a commanding 532 PLB Points, the metric that determines a person's place in the Rankings. Molloy has six tracked wins this month. Rising 37 spots to settle at #34 in the world is Brazil's KKremate (pictured), who like Molloy and Trigg found success over the weekend in a major online poker tournament. For KKremate, it was a win in the PokerStars Sunday 500 for $72,000 and 634 PLB Points. He is fresh off a runner-up finish in a WCOOP event for six-figures and is 16 spots off his all-time high in the Rankings. Former #3 ranked inhoo of Sweden jumped from #66 to #43 this week after taking down the Full Tilt Super Sized Sunday for $32,000 three days ago. The day before, he won the Six-Max Club on PokerStars.fr for $5,200 as well as the PartyPoker High Roller earlier this month. inhoo is the #7 ranked player in Sweden and has been a member of PocketFives since 2008. Finally, we wanted to touch on Poland's Barry86, who entered the top 100 at #63, his all-time high. He has five wins in the last seven days and is just a few thousand dollars shy of hitting $1 million for his career. You can find him playing under the user names OMGACEACEACEon PokerStars and Kutanoidon Full Tilt Poker. Here are the top 10 players in the Rankings this week along with the PLB score for each: 1. Yuri Martins - 8,081 points 2. PokerKaiser - 7,822 points 3. p0cket00 - 7,449 points 4. pleno1 - 7,370 points 5. CrownUpGuy - 7,241 points 6. European - 7,219 points 7. r4ndomr4gs - 7,144 points 8. JMolloy- 7,014 points 9. RuiNF - 6,960 points 10. TheClaimeer- 6,938 points Congrats to all of our ranked players! 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 recent days, Jimmy JMolloyMolloy (pictured) raced through the field of the PokerStars Sunday $100 Rebuy, coming away with the win for $46,000 after a heads-up chop with fellow PocketFives member besserweg. "It feels great to finally get one through on a Sunday," Molloy told us. "I am really happy about it." It was Molloy's first Sunday Major win and, even though it ended in a chop, it was still quite memorable. "Some of the players were mentioning a chop earlier when we were six-handed," Molloy said, "but it didn't make much sense to do it at that point. When we were three-handed, I brought it up again and they both agreed to look. I planned on asking for a bit more and so did the chip leader, so we didn't waste much time getting back to playing." After heads-up play began, Molloy lost a sizable pot and a chop was once again brought up. "This time," said Molloy, "my opponent was willing to give up a small bit to me, so I figured it was the smart thing to do. Even though he was somewhat inexperienced, he had definitely been the player giving me the most problems short-handed, so I figured I might as well deal and then hopefully get the $4,000 left to play for." The final table itself was anything but simple, as it also featured the likes of WPT Festa al Lago runner-up Michael benvo123Benvenuti (pictured) and former #1 ranked PocketFiver TJ 1bigacehole Ulmer. "There were a lot of good players there, but luckily for me, a lot of them were short, so they were somewhat handcuffed," Molloy recalled. "I got very fortunate to cooler benvo123 with K-K to Q-Q early in the final table, so that was huge for me. It was one of the tougher final tables I've been at." He plans to sink a portion his $100 Rebuy money back into his bankroll and put the rest into the bank. He explained, "I took a decent hit during SCOOP even though that was a while back and recently moved into a condo downtown, so that drained a bit of my bankroll as well. I'm going to replenish it and hope to keep running well." It's hard to believe that Molloy, #14 worldwide in the PocketFives Rankings, hadn't won a Sunday Major before a few weeks ago. Accordingly, it was cause for celebration. He said, "Sundays are not usually my best day of the week. Right now, I'll stick to my grind. I like to play lots when I'm running well; it's more fun." Yes, he celebrated by grinding, and grinding some more. You might not know that Molloy spent two years working at a golf course and enjoys the game outside of poker. "I used to be really good when I was younger," he assessed. "Nowadays, I am still probably better than most, but a little bit rusty." He wanted to send a shout out to Jon apestyles Van Fleet, a longtime PocketFiver, for "coaching me and helping me work on my game off the tables." The Sunday $100 Rebuy runs weekly on PokerStars. If you don't already have a PokerStars account, sign up through the links on PocketFives to get a 100% up to $600 deposit bonus and a free PocketFives t-shirt. Get started here. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  3. We'll start off this week's PocketFives Rankings Update by wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas! No matter what your plans are, we hope you have a wonderful day! Now, let's get to the business at hand. The PocketFives Rankingswere recalculated on Wednesday and Yuri Martins is once again your top-ranked player. He has over 600 PLB Points more than second place to boot, meaning we'd expect to see him at #1 again next week. We had two returning entrants to the top 10 worldwide this week: Roman RomeoproRomanovskyi (pictured) and Jimmy JMolloy Molloy. We'll start with Romanovskyi, who moved up eight spots in the Rankings to #9. He has had a solid last week, taking third in the Sunday Warm-Up over the weekend for $52,000 officially and winning two tournaments in the last two days to bring his career total to 192. Romanovskyi just passed $3 million in tracked scores on PokerStars alone and was ranked as high as #6 on PocketFives earlier this year. He is the top-ranked Ukrainian online poker player and has almost a half-million dollars in live scores, according to the Hendon Mob. Molloy (pictured) moved up two spots in the Rankings to settle at #10, two spots off his all-time high. He won the PokerStars $109 Rebuy on Tuesday for almost $10,000 and took second in the Full Tilt Super Sized Sunday over the weekend for $18,000. Molloy has $3.5 million in career online tournament winnings and is #2 in Canada. One of the biggest jumps of the week inside the top 100 went to StrungOut1, who went from #51 to #27 on the strength of a victory in the PokerStars Bigger $55 for $39,000 over the weekend. This is the highest StrungOut1, who joined PocketFives in 2006, has ever been ranked on our site. Finally, we wanted to highlight Ami UhhMee Barer, who reentered the top 100 worldwide at #56. He won the Bigger $109 on Sunday for $52,000 after a three-week hiatus from the virtual felts. Barer was ranked as high as #3 in the world in 2011 and has $6.5 million in tracked scores, the 15th highest total of anyone on PocketFives. Here are the top 10 players in the Rankings this week along with the PLB score for each: 1. Yuri Martins - 8,327 points 2. CrownUpGuy - 7,691 points 3. pleno1 - 7,427 points 4. p0cket00 - 7,320 points 5. joaomathias - 7,237 points 6. PokerKaiser - 6,920 points 7. Big Huni - 6,879 points 8. r4ndomr4gs - 6,853 points 9. Romeopro- 6,663 points 10. JMolloy- 6,653 points Congrats to all of our ranked players. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  4. It's Wednesday, which means the PocketFives Online Poker Rankingsreceived their weekly facelift. There were no new entrants in the top 10 worldwide this week, but we did have plenty of risers and fallers, including Simon IgorK Pedersen (pictured), who moved up two spots to #7. This is the highest Pedersen has ever been in the Rankings and comes on the heels of seven wins in the last four weeks: the PartyPokerHeavyweight Uppercut, PokerStars$55 Turbo, Winamax High Roller (twice), PartyPoker Heavyweight, 888Crocodile, and William Hill €25,000 Grand Tuesday. Those seven victories brought his career win total up to 95. Pedersen is the top-ranked player in Denmark out of the 519 PocketFivers in that country with PLB scores and plays as Igorkarkarofon PokerStars and PartyPoker. He has $154,000 in live tournament cashes as well, according to the Hendon Mob. Toronto's Jimmy JMolloy Molloy moved up 31 spots to #41 this week after winning the PokerStars Sunday $109 Rebuy over the weekend for $37,000. He has taken down the site's $109 Cubed and $82 Six-Max Hyper-Turbo since then and is almost certain to climb even higher in the Rankings when they're recalculated next Wednesday. Finally this week, we wanted to talk about another PocketFiver from Denmark: Skrigepas. He reentered the top 100 at #84 and won the Full Tilt Sunday Major over the weekend for $12,000. Skrigepas was ranked as high as #6 on PocketFives earlier this year and is the top-ranked online poker player in the city of Aarhus. Here are the top 10 players in the Rankings this week along with the PLB score for each: 1. eisenhower1 - 7,907 points 2. veeea - 7,472 points 3. lena900 - 6,761 points 4. SvZff - 6,726 points 5. AnteSvante - 6,508 points 6. cswami - 6,470 points 7. IgorK- 6,394 points 8. jbrown8777 - 6,376 points 9. C Darwin2 - 6,343 points 10. bedias - 6,290 points Congrats to all of our ranked players. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  5. [caption width="640"] Brazil's Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao became the #1 ranked player in the PocketFives Rankings for the third time in his career[/caption] Since April 27, Sweden's 'C Darwin2' and Brazil's Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao have been battling for the #1 spot worldwide in the PocketFives Rankings. 'C Darwin2' held down the lead from April 27 to May 4. Then, the Brazilian was #1 for a week before, like a playground see-saw, the Swede took back the title for almost a month. Simao was ranked #1 for the first week of June before 'C Darwin2' was ranked #1 for the last two weeks. Now, the tide has shifted once again, as Simao is the big kahuna on PocketFives for the third time in his career. Simao has 7,839 PLB Points, the measure used to determine the rankings, which is almost exactly 100 more than his Swedish nemesis. He only has nine in the money finishes through the first three weeks of June, but had a second place finish in the PokerStars Hot $215 to close out the month of May for almost $20,000. Simao, who plays as 'INeedMassari' on PokerStars, boasts $4.2 million in career online winnings, three-quarters of which has come on the world's largest online poker room. He won April's Monthly PocketFives Leaderboard on the strength of his largest score ever, which came in the PokerStars Mountain Series for $167,000. 'C Darwin2' dropped to third place this week. And moving up one spot from #3 to #2 was 'lena900'. The Swede, who was last ranked #1 in the world in April, final tabled the partypoker Super High Roller over the weekend for $12,000 and won the PokerStars $109 Rebuy Turbo the same day for another $6,200. 'lena900' has a PLB score of 7,738 points. [caption width="639"] Russia's Artem 'veeea' Vezhenkov is knocking on the door of the top 10[/caption] There were no new entrants into the top 10 of the rankings this week, but outside of that group there was plenty of drama. Russia's Artem 'veeea' Vezhenkov sits at #11, five spots higher than he was ranked last week, after winning the PokerStars Hot $162 on Sunday and putting back almost $6,000. He also finished fifth in the partypoker High Roller the same day, one of 11 scores he had on June 19. Two spots behind the Russian is Canada's Jimmy 'JMolloy' Molloy, who was up eight spots to #13. Molloy has four wins since last Wednesday's rankings update: the PokerStars $320 Six-Max, Hot $27, Big $109, and $82 Turbo Knockout. Those were worth almost $20,000 total and boosted his career win total to 317. Molly is tied for 20th for the most wins in tournaments that PocketFives tracks. The entire community trails Finland's 'mawko', who has a mammoth 471 wins during his career, two-dozen more than anyone: mawko - 471 moertelmu - 448 Thegrinders7 - 447 ErMataNinho - 446 rounder63 - 428 luckymo32 - 421 Trekan61 - 418 FrankTaylor3 395 paybackLV - 395 pessagno - 390 PokerKaiser - 379 OgSulttaani - 361 tedSTRETCH - 350 nilsef - 350 DENGER - 350 domino20 - 339 Karculya - 336 MatveichukR - 325 moorman1 - 325 cedrick1 - 317 JMolloy - 317 "I'm very pleased with my play and results over the last few months," Molloy said. "I've been trying to lower my table count for the most part and cut out some of the smaller buy-ins with bigger fields. I feel like I have a good grasp of people's ranges and overall game plans when we're deep in tournaments and especially at the final table. Also, I have been having more frequent coaching sessions with 'apestyles' recently, so that doesn't hurt either." Sweden's Jerry 'perrymejsen' Odeen rocketed 21 spots to #54 in the world after a rock solid Sunday in which he won the Winamax High Roller and placed fourth in the partypoker High Roller for almost $30,000 combined. Those were his 19th and 20th largest career scores and helped boost his lifetime cash total to $1.6 million. He reached an all-time high of #23 in the rankings and could easily surpass that mark with a few more top-tier runs. "I'm going to the WSOP next week, so it feels really good to be on an upswing," Odeen said. The best debut of anyone in the top 100 this week went to Brazil's Pedro 'gusma' Madeira, who entered at #73. He won the weekend's Sunday Grand on PokerStars and added $50,000 to his bankroll. At the same time, recorded his second largest score ever. Madeira was ranked as high as #20 worldwide last year and is the fourth-ranked player in his home country. Also entering the top 100 this week was another Brazilian, Fabiano 'Kovalski' Kovalski, who came in at #93, his best ranking ever. Kovalski won the PokerStars Hot $215 last week for $6,100 and finished fourth in this week's Fat Tuesday for another $5,800. Kovalski has $1.6 million in career online tournament winnings, a significant chunk of which came after he took second in a WCOOP Challenge event three years ago for almost $150,000. This week's top 10: joaosimaobh - 7,839 points lena900 - 7,738 points C Darwin2 - 7,715 points 1_conor_b_1 - 7,494 points Pot4teUS - 7,446 points RoccoGe - 7,221 points damourinio - 6,992 points eisenhower1 - 6,923 points Ariados - 6,821 points NoPlanB - 6,708 points
  6. [caption width="640"] After entering his screen names into his PocketFives profile, Ivan 'Hurrrrican3' Gabrieli joined the top 10 of the rankings this week at #8 (photo: PokerStars)[/caption] Board up your windows. Fill up those sandbags. Grab two of every animal. Hurricane Gabrieli is thrashing the top 10 of the PocketFives Rankings. After entering his screen names into his PocketFives profile, Ivan 'Hurrrrican3' Gabrieli joined the top 10 of the rankings this week at #8. He had the most successful month of his online poker career in May, piling up over $700,000 in online tournament winnings from 41 in the money finishes. Eight days into May, Gabrieli took third in the PokerStars Hot $162 and put back $12,000. One day later, he was back at it, taking fourth in a SCOOP $700 No Limit Hold'em Rebuy for another $56,000. But those were just a warm-up, a sample of the destruction to come. On May 14, the Slovenian took bronze in a Spring Championship of Online Poker $21,000 Eight Max No Limit Hold'em High Roller for a commanding $381,000 and almost 900 PLB Points. Four days after the largest score of his career, he took second in a SCOOP $2,100 Six Max No Limit Hold'em for another $212,000. Instead of cats and dogs, it was raining cash and PLB Points. When the maelstrom had finally cleared out, Gabrieli became the top-ranked Slovenian and owns $2.1 million in career online tournament winnings. Brazil's Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao is #1 for the second consecutive week. Like Gabrieli, he has largely been silent in June, but is coming off a month of May in which he won the partypoker Online Grand Prix and Super High Roller and took second in the Super High Roller for over $130,000 total. He has a PLB score of 7,739 points, 70 more than second place in the rankings. [caption width="639"] Russia's Artem 'veeea' Vezhenkov reentered the top 10 at #9[/caption] Russia's Artem 'veeea' Vezhenkov reentered the top 10 at #9, up two spots on the week. He won the PokerStars.fr Hot €100 last week and took down the 888 Mega Deep on June 19 for $23,000. He was ranked #1 on PocketFives as recently as February and, with volume others aren't putting in right now, could make another run at the top spot in short order. He has a PLB score of 6,963 points. Jimmy 'JMolloy" Molloy also reentered the top 10, moving up from #13 to #10. He's two spots off his all-time high of #8 in the world, set two years ago, and is fresh off a Sunday in which he won the partypoker Heavyweight Creed and PokerStars $25,000 Guaranteed and finished second in the Sunday Kickoff. He's up to an even 320 career wins and almost 800 top-three finishes. Another player charging towards the top of the rankings is Brazil's Joao 'joaomathias' Mathias, who moved up from #25 to #12 after winning last week's Thursday Thrill for $37,000 and 431 PLB Points. Mathias was ranked #1 in January 2015 and is $108,000 shy of lapping $8 million in career online winnings. Lithuania's Mantas 'bagoch' Bagocius is up 36 spots this week, settling at #63. This is his highest ranking ever and comes on the heels of final tabling the Sunday Supersonic and $109 Sunday Cooldown on the same day for $20,000 combined. He's the #2 player in Lithuania and just passed 3,000 lifetime in the money finishes. One spot behind Bagocius is Sweden's Erik 'Kihlstrom' Olofsson, who is up 20 places to #64. He's coming off wins on June 26 in the Winamax Magnum and partypoker Heavyweight Drago, the 148th and 149th golds of his tournament life. He's the 15th-ranked player in the poker powerhouse known as Sweden and reached an all-time high in the rankings of #51 this year. The award for best top 100 debut went to 'greengrass67', who entered at #75, his best showing ever. The Hungarian had a productive weekend on partypoker, taking down the High Roller and finishing second in the Super High Roller for $40,000 total and over 400 PLB Points. He's the second-ranked Hungarian and is about to hit $500,000 in lifetime tournament scores. Canada's 'iamthedeck ftw' also broke back into the top 100, hitting #90. He took down the Big $215 on Tuesday for $10,000 and also has victories this month in the PokerStars $109 No Limit Hold'em Six-Max Hyper-Turbo, partypoker High Roller, Hot $162, and Thursday Thrill. He's looking to improve upon his previous best showing in the rankings, #31 in 2013. This week's top 10: joaosimaobh - 7,739 points C Darwin2 - 7,662 points lena900 - 7,642 points Pot4teUS - 7,491 points 1_conor_b_1 - 7,417 points RoccoGe - 7,117 points damourinio - 6,991 points Hurrrrican3 - 6,989 points veeea - 6,963 points JMolloy - 6,870 points
  7. [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
  8. [caption width="640"] Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar re-entered the top 10 of the PocketFives Rankings this week (image: WPT)[/caption] It's Wednesday, which can only mean one thing: Hump Day. Okay, it means two things then: Hump Day and the latest update to the PocketFives Rankings. This week's major storylines: two new entrants into the top 10 and the world's #1 player widened his lead over the competition. 'C Darwin2' #1 for the Second Straight Week Sweden's 'C Darwin2' retained the top spot in the rankings for the second straight week. This time around, he stretched his lead over the rest of the pack to 728 PLB Points. He has 8,167 points now and spent the last week tearing up the online felts. Last week, his rankings lead was less than 100. Over the weekend, 'C Darwin2' won the PokerStars Sunday Grand for a healthy $44,000 and 465 PLB Points. It was his ninth largest score all-time and came two days before a win in the PokerStars Bounty Builder for $8,000. He's up to 64 career tracked wins and just passed $4.4 million in lifetime online MTT cashes. Two Players Enter the Top 10 Jimmy 'JMolloy' Molloy was one of two players to enter the top 10 this week. He moved up from #13 to #9 after a solid Sunday in which he finished fourth in the PokerStars Super-Sized Sunday and took third in the partypoker High Roller. Those two scores were worth $24,000 combined. On Saturday, Molloy won a $109 No Limit Hold'em tournament on PokerStars and a $162 No Limit Hold'em Ultra Deep Stacks event for over $5,000 total, the 323rd and 324th wins of his career. At #9, Molloy is one spot shy of his all-time apex in the rankings set in 2014. He is the #1 ranked player in Canada. Also riding into the top 10 this week is Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar, who just passed $8 million in career winnings. He ticked up two spots to #10 despite not recording a cash since July 3. This is the highest Korsar has ever been ranked on PocketFives and he's one of four Swedish players to grace the top 10. Other Movers and Shakers Sweden's 'DeathbyQuads' moved up 15 places to #22 after taking third in the 888 Whale over the weekend for $11,000. The following day, he took down a $22 No Limit Hold'em Six-Max Turbo Progressive on PokerStars, his 90th career win. 'DeathbyQuads' is on the cusp of passing $2 million in lifetime online tournament winnings and plays on PokerStars and 888 under the user name 'Eijseijs'. Another player making waves this week was Argentina's 'Kleinsane', who was up 19 spots to #57, his best showing ever. He won last weekend's PokerStars Mini Sunday Supersonic for almost $10,000 under the handle 'TEENageTuRtL'. The Argentinian also had a big month of May in which he final tabled the Super Tuesday, Big $215, and a SCOOP $1,050 No Limit Hold'em event. Fellow South American 'gusma', from Brazil, reentered the top 100 at #70, 50 spots off his all-time high set last year. 'gusma' was the champion of the 888 Whale over the weekend, his 10th largest score ever, and took home $21,000 for his efforts. The day before that, he came out on top of the field in the PokerStars Saturday Scuffle for $7,400. He's the fourth-ranked player in Brazil out of over 2,300 who have PLB scores. The only other new entrant into the top 100 this week was Croatia's 'ThoNapalm', who debuted at #98, the highest he has ever been ranked on PocketFives. He only has four cashes this month, but drove deep in the Sunday Million to open the stanza and is now the #2-ranked player in Croatia. He has $1.4 million in career winnings and finished fourth in the SCOOP Super Tuesday earlier this year for $103,000. This week's top 10: C Darwin2 - 8,167 points 1_conor_b_1 - 7,440 points lena900 - 7,425 points Pot4teUS - 7,323 points joaosimaobh - 7,264 points NoPlanB - 7,203 points veeea - 7,080 points joaomathias - 6,811 points JMolloy - 6,795 points Greenstone25 - 6,763 points

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