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  1. Russia's Andrey Zaichenko began day 6 of the 2014 World Series of Poker with 3,565,000 in chips, which placed him near the top of the pack tied for 20th place with 79 players remaining. He is known as Zayaon PocketFives and plays online poker under the user name Kroko-dill. He finished the 2014 WSOP Main Event in 17th place for $347,000. Zaichenko had $1.3 million in live tournament cashes to his name heading into the 2014 Main Event, with his biggest Main Event finish coming in 2012 when he took 232nd place for almost $45,000. In April 2008, Zaichenko finished in second place in a €2,
  2. There was one last chance for players to hit top form before Sunday's Spring Championship of Online Poker Main Event tournaments get underway, as Canada's 'D PitcherAK' continued their hot streak to win their third title of the series and $197,847. If you've had the opportunity to sit back, relax and listen to the latest PocketFives 'The Fives' podcast you will be aware that PocketFives President and Editor in Chief Lance Bradley, and fellow writer Matt Clark, discussed the real possibility of a triple SCOOP title winner this year, with a host of big names sat on two already. Lance reached
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