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  1. MedStudent91' captured an outright victory in the PokerStars Sunday Million and took home $152,455 to lead the way in major online poker events over the weekend. The #2-ranked in Uruguay, 'kofi89' finished runner-up in that tournament and collected $106,985 while 'Rhayadder' was awarded $75,078 for third place and 'Kheragon' walked away with $52,688 upon finishing fourth. The United Kingdom's Sam 'TheSquid' Grafton (ranked #188) has moved closer to $5 million career online poker tournament cashes with his victory in the $1,050 buy-in Sunday Grand event for $52,633. Vietnam's 'sangnv' picked up $39,144 for second place while 55th-ranked Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen of Costa Rica received $29,113 for third along with another $14,152 for his final table effort in the Warm-Up, which was won by 'darius8989' who picked up the win and $52,953 with 'sct29' taking home $38,074 for second. Colombia's Mayu 'marroca5' Roca Uribe (ranked #116) earned $28,757 for his win in the Pot Limit Omaha version of the Sunday Grand. 'LosJanosTata' won the Hyper Turbo Sunday Supersonic for just under $35,000 and 'sharkf1n' outlasted a field of more than 30,000 opponents to take down the Sunday Storm for $26,068 upon negotiating a three-way final table deal. The $2,600 buy-in Super High Roller on partypoker was won by 'PhileasFogg' for a cash reward of $52,604. 'karma4dollar' was the runner-up in that tournament and collected $32,873. In the $530 buy-in version of that partypoker event, 'gregOorOowicz' took home $35,754 for first place. 888 Poker player 'B_thebenlar' won the Mega Deep event for a payday of $25,013 while the Baby Whale event was won by 'MisterN411' for $19,853. PokerStars Sunday Million ($200+$15 NLHE) *$1M Guaranteed 5,082 entrants - $1,016,400 paid out to 845 spots MedStudent91 - $152,454.83 kofi89 - $106,984.63 Rhayadder - $75,078.41 Kheragon - $52,687.63 Bruno 'bubbleboybr' de Oliveira - $36,974.39 guiq - $25,947.47 rounder3989 - $18,209.00 jf slim777 - $12,778.58 CHRISCCC - $8,967.59 PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up ($200+$15 NLHE) *$350K Guaranteed 1,748 entrants - $350,000 paid out to 287 spots darius8989 - $52,953.47 sct29 - $38,073.52 Dennis 'DBerglin' Berglin - $27,375.18 wilmy_x - $19,683.02 Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen - $14,152.28 WadeShaq03 - $10,175.62 (Christopher 'heatfan03' Day) andr31123 - $7,316.36 dadowiec - $5,260.57 aula1 - $3,782.38 PokerStars Sunday Grand ($1,000+$50 NLHE) *$225K Guaranteed 276 entrants - $276,000 paid out to 39 spots SamSquid - $52,633.32 (Sam 'TheSquid' Grafton) sangnv - $39,144.41 Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen - $29,112.53 SpaceyFCB - $21,651.59 Ruslancheeck - $16,102.75 aaronbeen - $11,975.94 baelong80 - $8,906.76 IgorKurganov - $6,624.16 European - $4,926.51 PokerStars Sunday Grand PLO ($1,000+$50 PLO Six-Max) *$100K Guaranteed 137 entrants - $137,000 paid out to 19 spots Mayu 'marroca5' Roca Uribe - $28,756.63 robinho - $21,588.32 (inhoo) EspenasApart - $16,206.92 Ami 'UhhMee' Barer - $12,166.97 Adrijan 'Adrijan_s' Sinishtaj - $9,134.06 jcada99 - $6,857.17 PokerStars Sunday Supersonic ($215 NLHE Six Max Hyper Turbo) *$175K Guaranteed 1,046 entrants - $214,179 paid out to 143 spots LosJanosTata - $34,998.94 XD89lol
  2. [caption width="640"] Ryan Franklin added a Sunday Major title to his impressive resume (WPT photo)[/caption] Longtime online poker tournament specialist Ryan 'HITTHEPANDA' Franklin took down the PokerStars Sunday Million for a cash prize of $159,701 with fellow veteran Anatoly 'NL_Profit' Filatov of Russia finishing second for $112,069 and #400-ranked 'vip25459' placing third for $78,646. 'Alexey5758' was awarded $55,192 in fourth place while 'fatboi' of the United Kingdom walked away with $38,732 in fifth place. There was a heads-up final table chop in the Stars Sunday High Roller as 'fish2013' took home $59,662 for the win and 'WATnlos' earned $53,566 in the runner-up position. Belgium's Gary 'quiditbear' Hasson (ranked #92 worldwide) placed third for $37,322 in that event. The Sunday Warm-Up was won by 'anti-VGKC' who received a cash payment of $42,180 upon reaching a two-way deal. Peru's Diego Ventura (ranked #68 worldwide) captured an outright victory in the Sunday 500 for $37,333 and Brazilian Dennys 'dennysramos2' Ramos looked to move back into the Top 100 with a win in the Sunday Supersonic for $30,263. Online poker tournament specialist 'Chelsea72' came out on top in the $2,600 buy-in Super High Roller on Partypoker, cashing in for $46,857 while 'NoSaalt' finished second in that event for $34,634. The $530 buy-in High Roller was won by 'SentimenTODO23' who was awarded $31,848 with the runner-up 'josef_shvejk' of the Russia (ranked #9 worldwide) taking home $31,720 following a two-way negotiation. The $320 buy-in Baby Whale tournament on 888poker was won by 'Eat1ngAndWIN' for a cash prize of $21,500. 'RakDoll' was the winner in the Mega Deep event and collected $19,114. PokerStars Sunday Million $200 + $15 NLHE 5,914 entrants $1,182,800 paid out to 1,052 spots Ryan 'HITTHEPANDA' Franklin - $159,701.07 Anatoly 'NL_Profit' Filatov - $112,068.64 vip25459 - $78,646.26 Alexey5758 - $55,191.57 flong78 - $38,731.85 (fatboi) s0nny_bLacCk - $27,180.86 AchoBogdanov - $19,074.77 BongadasVN - $13,386.22 (RomeuRato) cojones2010 - $9,394.15 PokerStars Sunday High Roller $2,000 + $100 NLHE 155 entrants $310,000 paid out to 20 spots fish2013 - $59,662.21 WATnlos - $53,566.43 *2-way deal Gary 'quiditbear' Hasson - $37,322.48 raidalot - $28,444.32 Apotheosis - $21,678.08 enigma2018 - $16,521.38 flong78 - $12,591.33 (fatboi) iamivar - $9,596.14 gorodski - $7,313.45 PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up $200 + $15 NLHE 1,479 entrants $295,800 paid out to 251 spots anti-VGKC - $42,180.32 Vanad3784 - $35,434.86 *2-way deal Futti18 - $23,341.48 Dominic 'BounatirouIMO' Nitsche - $16,782.74 PataNegraXD - $12,066.92 Maui2waui - $8,676.22 Gustavo '22ehnutzz' Mastelotto - $6,238.27 w3c.RaY - $4,485.36 WATnlos - $3,225.01 PokerStars Sunday 500 $500 + $30 NLHE 412 entrants $206,000 paid out to 55 spots Diego Ventura - $37,333.38 Zluka2010 - $27,441.19 joselo29 - $20,170.24 shushko19 - $14,825.82 AppelKruimel - $10,897.50 Jon 'apestyles' Van Fleet - $8,010.04 Flat - $5,887.64 pappadogg - $4,327.62 zÿax - $3,180.96 (OMGpou) PokerStars Omania High Roller $500 + $30 PLO Six Max 208 entrants $94,500 paid out to 23 spots Fresh_oO_D - $17,020.91 chico134 - $13,586.03 sadface11 - $10,844.40 Riphraph94 - $8,656.02 C Darwin2 - $6,909.25 anonymstruts - $5,514.98 PokerStars Sunday Supersonic $200 + $15 NLHE Six Max Hyper Turbo 895 entrants $183,260 paid out to 101 spots Dennys 'dennysramos2' Ramos - $30,263.33 isistar185 - $21,540.22 Steve 'Mr. Tim Caum' O'Dwyer - $15,331.76 --KarlsenA-- - $10,912.74 (andersfk) BobbyW519 - $7,767.41 masatotan - $5,528.63 partypoker Super High Roller $2,500 + $100 77 entrants $192,500 paid out to 13 spots Chelsea72 - $46,857 NoSaalt - $34,634 TheTryangle - $25,599 JeanClaude1970 - $18,922 WelshWizard - $13,986 (the beej) Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard - $10,337 mwhldwn - $7,641 ACHSO8000 - $6,607 partypoker High Roller $500 + $30 372 entrants $200,000 paid out to 63 spots SentimenTODO23 - $31,848 josef_shvejk - $31,720 *2-way deal PhileasFogg - $19,244 (hellohellohello) jaimelaviande - $13,965 Chelsea72 - $10,135 McDlsiLDrOoN - $7,355 Anatoly 'NL_Profit' Filatov - $5,337 Batdog666 - $3,873 888poker Baby Whale $300 + $20 NLHE 210 entrants $100,000 paid out to 27 spots Eat1ngAndWIN - $21,500 trino11 - $15,500 AsaNisse4 - $11,750 tigerhooods62 - $8,750 888tonkaaaa - $6,000 nelisschuif - $5,000 TylerRM - $4,000 88TIGER889 - $3,000 888poker MEGA DEEP $200 + $15 NLHE 389 entrants $100,600 paid out to 56 spots RakDoll - $19,114 TrollKnost8 - $14,084 IceStream - $10,563 koenigskebap - $7,545 CraiEvryTime - $5,030 Imyurfriend - $3,521 GramNaKartke - $2,515 (ksieciunio) ckb4714 - $2,012
  3. [caption width="640"] 'C Darwin2' picked up two big wins this week to stretch his overall lead atop the PocketFives Rankings[/caption] The problem with being the #1-ranked online poker player in the world is that the rest of the world is chasing you. A bit of a rungood from any of the contenders puts your position in peril. Unless of course, you're Swedish superstar 'C Darwin2'. Thanks to three qualifying cashes over the past week, 'C Darwin2' now sits 1,201.41 ahead over any other competitor. Things started with a bang for 'C Darwin2' this past week. He took down the PokerStars High Roller Series Event #3 for $45,291 and 504.98 points. He followed that up with a win in partypoker's Heavyweight Eliminator for $6,125 and 158.11 points. He rounded things out with an eighth-place finish in the PokerStars High Rollers Series Event #10 for $12,269 and 194.35 points. Steven 'SvZff' van Zadelhoff, 'lena900'and Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao all maintained spots #2 - #4 respectively, but another Swedish player worked his way into the #5 spot this week. 'Sheater', a former #1-ranked player, didn't put in his usual amount of volume, but did pick up 240.67 points thanks to a fourth-place finish in the PokerStars Daily 500 and PokerStars High Roller Series Event #21 on November 30. He wasn't the only former #1 to make a big move this past week. Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez picked up two wins on partypoker this week to add 363.05 points and move from #11 to #6. There were four players who moved back into the Top 25 this week. Russia's 'hellohellohello' went from #28 to #16, Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard went from #35 to #21, Germany's 'nilsef' from #29 to #23 and 'kofi89' moved up from #30 to #25. The PocketFives Rankings Top 25 RANKPLAYERPOINTSPREVIOUS 1C Darwin210,484.491 2Steven 'SvZff' van Zadelhoff9,283.082 3lena9008,506.973 4Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao7,666.634 5Sheater7,628.426 6Fabrizio 'SixthSense19' Gonzalez7,537.0611 7Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar7,382.507 8Andreas 'r4ndomr4gs' Berggren7,328.569 9josef_shvejk7,268.308 10veeea7,246.605 11Andras 'probirs' Nemeth7,211.4922 12Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen7,072.0010 13Laszlo 'omaha4rollz' Bujtas6,986.1414 14rolandbauer6,839.1212 15Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford6,776.3415 16hellohellohello6,760.4628 17DeathbyQuads6,751.4518 18Jonatan 'Pot4teUS' Hellman6,736.3313 19Connor 'blanconegro' Drinan6,697.6617 20Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky6,690.3516 21Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard6,612.6435 22DamageAP6,611.8619 23nilsef6,527.3029 24Jordan 'JWPRODIGY' Westmorland6,484.0224 25kofi8925. kofi896,334.9430
  4. Each month, The PocketFives Milestone Report looks at the online poker players who are achieving career-best achievement or reaching new heights in the rankings. A Trio Of PocketFivers Hit $2 Million Three longtime members of PocketFives climbed over the $2 million lifetime earnings mark this week. Mikhail ‘zinka’ Galitskiy, currently ranked #82 in the world, pushed past the mark with his runner-up finish in a $109 PokerStars tournament on March 9, taking home $2,727. The Russian has been on fire in early March outright winning four different tournaments, highlighted by his victory in the PokerStars Daily 500 for nearly $12,000. In total, through the first half of the month, he’s recorded six four-figure or greater scores. Jonathan ‘Gil3000’ Gill, Birmingham, UK’s #1-ranked player, scored a victory in the PokerStars $55 Daily Marathon on March 7 for over $8,000 to help him top $2 million. Gill, a one-time PocketFives Triple Crown winner, received his big push to the milestone back in February with a second place finish in Event #45 of partypoker’s Powerfest for $72,743, nearly a career-high score. Gill’s countryman, Ben ‘gs08bjohnson’ Jenkins, is the third member of the $2 million club this week. The UK mid-stakes grinder nabbed a podium finish in the PokerStars $22 Mini Sunday Supersonic for just under $6,500 on March 11 and combined with his victory in another $22 PokerStars tournament for $885 on the same day, hit $2 million. More Million Dollar Badges Four players earned their $1 million lifetime earning badges this week. ’Mihai Nutt’ and ‘aagoodfold’, both hailing from Romania were joined by Ukraine’s #7-ranked player ’1111AA1111’ and Brazil’s Guilherme ‘pelckito’ Franco in hitting the mark. Franco has been making a push to join the Worldwide Top 100 lately, currently sitting ranked at #103 in the world. ‘rayastar’ Changes Name To ‘Ramiro’ But You Can Call Him Elite Eight players surged up the Top 100 of the PocketFives Worldwide Rankings to reach new career highs including Uruguay’s superstar ‘kofi89’ who sits just outside the top 10 at #11 and London, UK’s ‘Kashmiri’ who debuts in the top 100 at #85. But all eyes should be on Argentinan Ramiro ‘Ramiro’ Petrone (the player formerly known as ‘rayastar’) who on the heels of a massive career-high cash for over $282,000 became the #3-ranked player in the world. Petrone has been a regular in this column, steadily climbing to new heights just about every week in 2018. As well as climbing the ranks of the Top 100 he also just recently crossed the $3 million lifetime earnings barrier. Now, this is where things get really tough for 'Ramiro'. The #3 ranking has seen its share of contenders in recent weeks, all looking to jump into the #2 spot to challenge the perpetually top ranked ‘C Darwin2’. All of them have stalled out at #3. Petrone has already proven he’s elite, but the question is - will the Buenos Aires pro make history? Career High Rankings In The Top 100 mzzl83 - #94 to #92 Kashmiri - #104 to 85 eardleym - #95 to 84 MATTHOLVIK - #90 to #68 Triple20 - #59 to #55 joppiesaus - #25 to #21 kofi89 - #13 to #11 Ramiro - #7 to #3  
  5. Online poker is a global game with players logging on and grinding from every part of the world. Every country has a #1-ranked player and here we take a look at some of those that lead the way in their home countries. Sami ‘LarsLuzak’ Kelopuro - Finland Known for his involvement in the high stakes online cash games, Sami ‘LarsLuzak’ Kelopuro put on a clinic this fall when it came to his tournament play. So much so that it elevated him to a career-high ranking of #15 in the world and #1 in his home country of Finland. He grinded both partypoker’s and PokerStars’ fall series stringing together one of the most impressive runs of PLB qualifying cashes of the year. He racked up an amazing 5,234.40 PLB points in September alone which was more than enough to jettison him into the worldwide top-25 and overtake countryman ‘European’ for the lead in Finland. His highlight score during that run was his victory in partypoker's POWERFEST #142 SHR Championship Event where he won $317,190 and accumulated 1,278.67 PLB points. There are some pros that only register for tournaments when the major series come around and traditionally, Kelopuro has been one of them. However, he’s returned to tournaments this month putting in light volume but still producing results. On November 6 he won the PokerStars High Roller Club $530 Omania Six Max for $11,112, his first major score since the end of September. Kelopuro currently has a 1000 PLB point lead over the field in Finland’s rankings making him a favorite to end 2018 as the #1-ranked player. Aleksei ‘LeshiyAS’ Smirnov - Estonia Estonia’s #1-ranked player is Aleksei ‘LeshiyAS’ Smirnov, a constant presence in the worldwide top-50. A consistent grinder, Smirnov posted a career-high cash back in September when he took down PokerStars WCOOP Event #43-L ($2,100 NLHE Eight Max) for $142,602.89 and 1,001 PLB points. Since that time he’s been on his grind, posting over 80 cashes in November alone for a total of over $35,000. Five of his cashes were for four-figures with his November highlight coming with a victory in the November 3 edition of the PokerStars Hot $215 for nearly $7,000. Smirnov needs to continue to keep his foot on the gas in order to stay ahead in Estonia as fellow countryman ‘markovitsus’ is hot on his heels, only roughly 40 PLB points behind him in the standings. Smirnov is currently ranked #40 in the world. Michael ‘mczhang’ Chi Zhang - United Kingdom The reigning king of the United Kingdom continues to be Michael ‘mczhang’ Chi Zhang. Not only ranked #1 in his home country, Zhang has spent the better part of two months as a top-5 player in the world, reaching as high as #2. Zhang’s rise through the rankings has been well-documented on PocketFives. He absolutely crushed during POWERFEST and WCOOP, continually setting new career-high cashes. His ultimate score was his third-place finish in the POWERFEST $25,500 buy-in $3M GTD Championship Event where he took home $468,000. For Zhang that was but one of four six-figure cashes in September representing one of the best single months of any online poker player in 2018. Perhaps for the young Brit, earning over $1.7 million in a single month is enough to keep him satisfied for some time. He hasn’t been seen firing up online tournaments since the end of September. Zhang currently sits ranked #4 in the world but will likely hold down the #1 spot in the UK for some time to come as he holds an over 2000 PLB point lead over his closest competition, Patrick ‘pleno1’ Leonard. ‘kofi89’ - Uruguay ‘kofi89’ leads the way in Uruguay. Although he has been putting in light volume in the month of November, he has still been able to record some impressive results. ‘kofi89’ has only 10 total cashes so far in November and seven of them are for four-figures or more. This month alone, he has recorded two outright victories. The first is a win in the November 6 edition of the High Roller Club ($530 Daily Supersonic Six Max) for $28,107 and 383.73 PLB points. He followed that up the very next day by taking down the partypoker $30K GTD Bounty Hunter for another $8,348 and 181.55 PLB points. In total ‘kofi89’ has sought $57,000 in November earnings with half a month to go. Currently sitting as the #12-ranked player in the world, he’s has been constantly on the verge of returning to the top 10, where he set a career-high ranking of #10. There is no end in sight to ‘kofi89’s reign in Uruguay as the only player close to him is former #1-ranked superstar Fabrizio ‘SixthSenSe19’ Gonzalez. ‘kofi89’ surpassed Gonzales thanks to a massive win during the October 15 Black Chip Poker OSS $1M Main Event for $167,500 and 1,001.25 PLB points. The surge in PLB points in October has put ‘kofi89’ 2500 PLB points above Gonzales. A new major milestone is right around the corner for the Montevideo resident as ‘kofi89’ is on the verge of eclipsing $4 million in lifetime earnings. ‘lena900’ - Sweden It stands to reason that if you are the #1-ranked player in the world, that you are also the #1-ranked player in your home country. That certainly is the case for ‘lena900’. The superstar Swede has been atop the rankings in just about every category since SCOOP ended and he continued to lead the way in his talent-rich home country. It seems that ‘lena900’s only real competition these days is himself. He has nearly $12.8 million in lifetime earnings and could very well be the second player to ever reach $13 million by the end of the year. He has a nearly 2000 PLB point lead over his fellow countryman ‘C Darwin2’ almost assuring him to not only end the year as the #1-ranked player in the world but to also capture the prestigious Yearly PLB award. One look at ‘lena900’s results will give you a snapshot of his story. He’s a pro’s pro who grinds like he just discovered the game. Through the first half of November he already, remarkably, has 87 cashes for over $200,000. Four of those cashes are for five-figures. His largest takedown of the month was a first-place finish in the partypoker Sunday Main Event High Roller for $36,629 and 456.07 PLB points. There appears to be no slowing down ‘lena900’ as he continues to dominate, not just Sweden, but the world of online poker.
  6. The #1-ranked player in Uruguay also topped the October PLB race. ‘kofi89’ used consistent results and a single mammoth victory to accumulate 4,383.78 PLB points, more than 1,000 above the closest competitor, to take the monthly title. In total, ‘kofi89’ picked up eight cashes of five-figures or more. His monthly highlights included victories in the PokerStars $215 Fast Friday for $14,993, the Bounty Builder Series 23 for $31,371, the Hotter $109 for $16,389 and the partypoker Sunday Bounty Hunter High Roller for $20,896. He went on an incredible heater, seemingly taking down another big tournament every other day. That was all punctuated by his victory in the Winning Poker Network OSS $1M Main Event for $167,500 and 1,001.25 PLB points. He would have likely won the October PLB race without this score, but this certainly put him well out of reach of any other competitor. It bolstered his worldwide rank to #12, just two spots away from his career high of #10. It also puts him just under $100,000 from reaching the amazing achievement of $4 million in lifetime earnings. A distant #2 in the month was the current #1-ranked player in the world ‘lena900’ (3,226.25.). Even among his peers of dominant Swedes, ‘lena900’ is known as an online poker workhorse and this month was no different. He cashed in over 160 different events in the month of October. In total, ‘lena900’ picked up over $286,000 and added it to his $12.5 million in career online earnings, second in history only to Chris ‘moorman1’ Moorman. ‘lena900’ made waves in the PokerStars Bounty Builder Series 67 ($530 NLHE High Roller) where he took second place for $45,728 and 429.73 PLB points. He backed that up with a victory in the October 16 edition of the partypoker Bounty Hunter High Roller for another $30,474 and 339.50 PLB points. ‘lena900’ may have come in second during the month of October, however, the superstar Swede still leads in the overall 2018 PLB leaderboard, which will be a tight race between him and his countryman ‘C Darwin2’ in the final month and a half of the year. In the #3 spot for October was the #6-ranked player in the world, Latvia’s ‘DamageAP’ (2717.80). He finished the month strong first with a runner-up finish in the October 21 edition of the partypoker Sunday Main Event High Roller for $18,936 and 239.25 PLB points. He quickly followed that up with another second place result in the October 28 edition of the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller for over $26,000 and 313.12 PLB points. In total ‘DamageAP’ managed over 100 cashes for over $188,000. Twenty-nine of those cashes were for four-figures or higher. Another name that is regularly in the conversation when it comes to PLB races is ‘C Darwin2’ (2,694.40), who landed at #4 in October. His recent push at the online tables has brought him back to being the #2-ranked player in the world, and the first real threat to ‘lena900’s reign at the top in quite some time. ‘C Darwin2’s recent rise in the rankings is thanks to a solid October. He cashed in 145 events over the month for over $194,000. His month was punctuated by his bronze medal finish in the PokerStars Bounty Builder 67 ($530 NLHE High Roller) where he picked up $32,596 and 336.93 PLB points. He also went deep in the October 21 edition of the 888poker Sunday Major tournament The $50,000 Whale when he finished as the runner-up for $16,425. Completing the top 5 of October was Robin 'Inhoo' Ylitalo (2,649.63), the third of six Swedish players who populate the top ten. Like most of his peers, it was a prolific month for ‘Inhoo’ who made the money in over 150 tournaments during the month. His largest PLB score came when he scored a victory in the October 7 edition of the partypoker Sunday Bounty Hunter High Roller for $21,936 and 280.02 PLB points. Ylitalo, a former #2-ranked player in the world, is currently sitting at #55 in the world and is speeding ahead to $10 million in career online cashes. PocketFives October PLB Leaderboard RANK PLAYER PLB POINTS 1 kofi89 4383.78 2 lena900 3226.25 3 DamageAP 2717.80 4 C Darwin2 2694.40 5 inhoo 2649.63 6 perrymejsen 2523.33 7 brunovolks 2498.04 8 Sheater 2453.64 9 Pot4teUS 2379.05 10 Ramiro 2330.76
  7. For the next two weeks, the online poker world will be focused on PokerStars and the Spring Championship of Online Poker. Action kicked off Sunday with 15 different events starting, but only three played down to a winner. Finland's Olli 'Era_Koira' Ikonen got the start to SCOOP that every other player was hoping for after beating 238 other player in Event #7-High ($2,100 Turbo 8 Max No Limit Hold'em). That score came with a $91,913.31 payday. Runner-up Michael Soyza earned $70,092.67 while third place finisher 'Pimmss' took home $53,452.44. The final table also included Sam Grafton, Ole Schemion and 'kofi89'. Sweden's 'Anton720' topped the 1,699-player field in Event #7-Medium ($215 Turbo 8 Max No Limit Hold'em) to earn $51,538.26. Runner-up 'DonPiatniK' banked $35,737.37 while third place finisher 'DeuceofDuc0' ended up with $26,187.63. The Low version of the event attracted 6,984 players with 'JohnnyPorn' turning his $22 buy-in into $19,846.22. Second place finisher 'paxantho' added $14,143.34 to his bankroll while 'Artemium' rounded out the podium finishers and won $10,081.86. Another 12 events will wrap up on Monday, including the PokerStars Sunday Million which had 6,632 entries. Former #1-ranked Brian 'brianm' England finished Day 1 with the overall lead. Just 119 players return to action on Monday with the eventual champion earning $188,462.65. Event #7 (Low): $22 Turbo 8 Max No Limit Hold'em Entries: 6,984 Prizepool: $139,680 JohnnyPorn - $19,846.22 paxantho - $14,143.34 Artemium - $10,081.86 AntonKrasch - $7,186.70 Wackworm - $5,122.93 S.totuli - $3,651.80 chipmaniac87 - $2,603.13 BizzJag - $1,855.60 Event #7 (Medium): $215 Turbo 8 Max No Limit Hold'em Entries: 1,699 Prizepool: $339,800 Anton720 - $51,538.26 DonPiatniK - $35,737.37 DeuceofDuc0 - $26,187.63 darkziv - $18,667.45 noob3r - $13,306.77 LastJesus - $9,485.51 cmontopdeck - $6,761.57 ArtHouse2011 - $4,819.89 Event #7 (High): $2,100 Turbo 8 Max No Limit Hold'em Entries: 239 Prizepool: $478,800 Oli 'Era_Koira' Ikone - $91,913.31 Michael 'Soyza' Soyza - $70,092.67 Pimmss - $53,452.44 OMGjonyctt - $40,762.64 Sam 'SamSquid' Grafton - $31,085.43 Lateski - $23,705.64 wizowizo - $18,077.81 kofi89- $13,786.14

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