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  1. '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' hea
  2. [caption width="640"] Just two players stand between Qui Nguyen and the 2016 WSOP Main Event championship (WSOP photo/Joe Giron)[/caption] The first day of the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event final table was all about Qui Nguyen. The Vietnamese-born Nguyen got into it with chip leader Cliff Josephy on hand #1 and finished with the chip lead. The storyline from the second day wasn't much different. Nguyen started play Monday, with five players remaining, with more than double that of his nearest competitor. When play wrapped up late Monday night, Nguyen again had more than doubl
  3. [caption width="320" align="alignleft"] With just 12 big blinds to come back to, Fernando Pons was unsure how to prepare for the November Nine (WSOP photo/Joe Giron)[/caption] Two years ago, in 2014, for the first time since the November Nine format was created, a Spanish player reached the final table of the WSOP Main Event. His name was Andoni Larrabe, a 22-year-old guy that eventually finished in sixth position in a tournament won by Martin Jacobson. This year, in 2016, Spanish poker is again represented again at the Penn & Teller Theatre at the Rio. Andoni Larrabe's successor is Fer
  4. [caption width="640"] Kenny Hallaert has a career in poker - just not as a player (WSOP photo / Joe Giron)[/caption] Tournament director Kenny Hallaert wants to make something clear. Poker is not a job to him. Instead, it is a passion. The fact that the November Niner honoured commitments to work as a tournament director at two tournaments following the conclusion of this year's World Series of Poker shows that it is his passion for poker which is the driving force behind a lot of what he does. But with the additional label of being a November Niner, did that add anything extra to his w
  5. Plenty of big names in the high-stakes MTT scene took their shots in the eight High Roller tournaments on the partypoker POWERFEST schedule on Thursday night. The biggest score of the night belonged to ‘ElCabanero’ who outlasted the elite field of 42 runners in Event #187-SHR ($5,200 Pot Limit Omaha 6-Max) for an $84,000 payday. In this Super High Roller, you only made the money if you made the final table and ‘ElCabanero’ went the distance after taking out ‘DR.Summer69’ in heads-up play. For his efforts, ‘DR.Summer69’ walked away with $53,748.45 in second place. High-stakes tournament grind
  6. [caption width="640"] Damian Salas bagged up the biggest stack at the end of Day 4.[/caption] One thousand and eighty four players returned to the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event on Friday all with the hope of making it through five more levels of play. Just 297 managed to do just that though and at the end of the day, Argentinian Damian Salas put 4,678,000*into a bag to end the day as chip leader. The group behind Salas is a talented, accomplished group, headlined by 2016 November Niner Kenny Hallaert. The Dutchman finished with the third largest stack (4,145,000). Even after pla
  7. The PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker is one of the highlights of the online poker calendar year. A widespread outage on Monday however put a damper on the festivities as a number of events were cancelled as players were unable to connect to PokerStars. Before all of that though, Kenny ‘SpaceyFCB’ Hallaert, Adrian ‘Amadi_017’ Mateos and Eric ''thechips55' Wasserson each managed to get into the winner's circle. Hallaert beat out 788 other players to win SCOOP Event #29 High ($1,050 Eight Max NLHE) and $147,937.50. It was the first SCOOP win of his career and the second from a
  8. [caption width="640"] Kenny 'SpaceyFCB' Hallaert has had himself an amazing year, both live and online (WSOP Photo/JoeGiron)[/caption] It was Christmas Day 2013 when ‘Sheater’ made PocketFives history by becoming the first Swedish player to sit atop the PocketFives Rankings. Since then six other Swedes have taken the #1 spot at some point while ‘Sheater’ has continued to grind away. This week ‘Sheater’ became just the third Swede to pass the $8,000,000 earnings mark, joining Johannes ’Greenstone25’ Korsar and Andreas ‘r4ndomr4gs’ Berggren. ‘Sheater’ hit the milestone thanks to three dec
  9. [caption width="640"] Qui Nguyen walked away with a little bit more than ,000,000 but that wasn't the only interesting number coming out of the 2016 WSOP Main Event final table (WSOP photo/Jayne Furman)[/caption] You know the headlines, you know the bustouts, you saw what happened on TV. But there were many untold and unexplored stories of the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event final table, so we decided to break some down and crunch some numbers. -45: Average temperature in the regions of Antarctica inhabited by polar bears. The bears are built for the cold, which is perhaps why Ken
  10. Kenny Hallaert navigated his way through 742 other players in Friday's PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker action before chopping up a little more than $140,000 with two other players on his way to his third SCOOP title. Hallaert won Event #84 High ($530 No Limit Hold'em) and took home $47,866.84. Runner-up 'nefersondaca' picked up $43,486.32 for their efforts while third-place finisher 'Glash0' snagged the biggest share of the money, earning $50,748.53. Following his victory, Hallaert took to Twitter to shared his excitement in picking up the title and some relief in earning
  11. [caption width="640"] Get to know Kenny Hallaert a little bit better (WSOP photo / Joe Giron)[/caption] Before the 2016 WSOP Main Event final table begins, PocketFives is providing extensive coverage of the 2016 November Nine including player features, interviews, previews, and statistics. In this edition of Five Questions we introduce you to Kenny Hallaert. PocketFives: You were paid $1,000,000 for finishing ninth back in July. If you were forced to bet that money on one player other than yourself to win the Main Event, who would you bet on and why? It would probably be Cliff Jose
  12. Every week The PocketFives Milestone Report looks at the online poker players who are achieving career-best achievement or reaching new heights in the rankings Kenny Hallaert Stays Hot It seems that Kenny Hallaert really can do no wrong these days. Less than a month after making yet another deep run in the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event, Hallaert returned to the online poker world and immediately went to work. This past week Hallaert took down three tournaments on three different sites to claim the second PocketFives Triple Crown of his career. The first two legs of t
  13. [caption width="640"] Kenny Hallaert is one of 22 PocketFives members still in the 2017 WSOP Main Event on Day 6.[/caption] With just 85 players still standing on Day 6 of the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event, 22 of them are PocketFives members. The group has a combined $33.6 million in lifetime tracked online earnings with former #1-ranked Bryan ‘theczar19’ Piccioli leading the way with $6.36 million. Two of the 22 are currently ranked in the Top 50 in the PocketFives Rankings. Kenny Hallaert, who starts the day 35th in chips, is ranked #43 in the world while Connor Drinan, who i
  14. [caption width="640"] Qui Nguyen has 8 million reasons to smile after winning the 2016 WSOP Main Event (WSOP Photo / Jayne Furman0[/caption] When the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event final table began on Sunday night, nobody thought Qui Nguyen had a chance at overcoming a field that included two former #1-ranked players on PocketFives, a talented European poker pro, a former PokerStars SuperNova Elite and two young American poker pros who cut their poker teeth online. On Tuesday night in Las Vegas, Nguyen beat Gordon Vayo after a lengthy heads up battle to win the 2016 WSOP Main Ev
  15. [caption width="640"] The 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event has new chip leader with five left: Qui Nguyen (WSOP photo/Joe Giron)[/caption] All eyes were on chip leaderCliff Josephy as the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event final table got underway in Las Vegas on Sunday night, but it took just one hand for another player to let it be known that this wasn't simply going to be a coronation for one of online poker's most dcorated heroes. On the first hand of play action folded to Qui Nguyen in the hijack and he raised to 1,250,000 with [poker card="ah"][poker card="4d"]. Josephy, t
  16. [caption width="320" align="alignleft"] Vojtech Ruzicka could become the first Czech winner of the World Series of Poker Main Event (WSOP photo/Joe Giron)[/caption] You get the impression from 2016 November Niner Vojtech Ruzicka that he really loves poker. He's already promised that he won't be retiring if he wins the Main Event and that he would continue to play high buy-in tournaments all around the world. But since the end of this year’s World Series of Poker, and the final table eventually getting underway, Ruzicka has been spotted playing in a variety of different destinations. The
  17. [caption width="640"] There are more numbers in play at the 2016 WSOP Main Event final table that just the November Nine (WSOP Photo / Joe Giron)[/caption] You’ve seen plenty of numbers related to the November Nine. You’ve seen ages and chip counts, number of bracelets and final tables. Let’s not forget lifetime tournament earnings and number of big blinds. Rather than examine the obvious stats, let’s get to know this final table by the not-so-apparent numbers in this edition of The Number Crunch. 0 – This number applies to quite a bit of Fernando Pons’ resume. Prior to this Main Event,
  18. [caption width="320" align="alignleft"] Michael Ruane sits fifth in chips as the 2016 WSOP Main Event gets underway, but there's more to the New Jersey native than just poker (WSOP photo/Joe Giron)[/caption] Before the 2016 WSOP Main Event final table begins, PocketFives is providing extensive coverage of the 2016 November Nine including player features, interviews, previews, and statistics. In this edition of Five Questions we introduce you to Michael Ruane. PocketFives: You were paid $1,000,000 for finishing ninth back in July. If you were forced to bet that money on one player other
  19. After a busy Friday on the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker schedule, Saturday saw just nine players walk away with a SCOOP title, including one player picking up his second of 2019. Joao 'Naza114' Vieira topped the 89-player field in Event #24 High ($1,050 HORSE) to win $48,505. That goes along with his win in Event #12 Low ($109 No Limit Hold’em) from Wednesday. 'WTFOMFGOAO' finished runner-up for $32,930 while Noah 'Exclusive' Boeken took home the third place prize of $24,920. Kenny 'SpaceyFCB' Hallaert also added to his COOP title collection on Saturday. The Belgian pok
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