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  1. Just one day after one former PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker Main Event champion took down a 2020 SCOOP event, another former Main Event winner did it again. Mustapha 'lasagnaaammm' Kanit, who won the SCOOP Main Event in 2015, won Event #24 High ($10,300 NLHE High Roller) for $271,790.44. The event attracted 124 of the best poker players in the world for a $1.24 million prize pool. Runner-up Sergei 'Futti18' Koliakov walked away with $210,580.76 while Luke 'Bit2Easy' Reeves got his day off to a strong start by finishing third for $163,156.10. Reeves' strong day continued with a victory in Event #26 High ($2,100 Six Max NLHE) where he outlasted 309 other players to take home the title and $116,166.69. His total winnings on the day were nearly $280,000. Ole Schemion narrowly missed out on his second SCOOP title of the year, coming in second for $84,579.28 and Bertie 'bigstealer' Bayley earned $61,581.00 as the third place finisher. Split pot game enthusiasts were out in full force for Event #28 High ($1,050 Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo). 'MachineGunMK' topped the 117-player field to win a SCOOP title and $28,665. Runner-up 'WjWeng' earned $19,890 and third place finisher Robert 'Little Kraut' Deppe had to settle for 15,210. Other winners Wednesday included 'proggrezive' (Event #24-L), 'MaxHendrix' (Event #24-M), 'emifran99' (Event #26-L:), 'Smithstudent' (Event #26-M), 'Vasoski' (Event #28-L), and 'OK1OK2' (Event #28-M). Event #24-H: $10,300 NLHE High Roller Entries: 124 Prize pool: $1,240,000 Mustapha 'lasagnaaammm' Kanit - $271,790.44 Sergei 'Futti18' Koliakov - $210,580.76 Luke 'Bit2Easy' Reeves - $163,156.10 Charlie 'Epiphany77' Carrel - $126,411.92 Teun 'tinnoemulder' Mulder - $97,942.88 Adrian 'Amadi_017' Mateos- $75,885.27 iamivar - $58,795.22 NeedBeat - $45,554.00 Joao 'Naza114' Viera - $36,095.28 Event #26-H: $2,100 Six Max NLHE Entries: 310 Prize pool: $620,000 Luke 'Bit2Easy' Reeves - $116,166.69 Ole 'wizowizo' Schemion - $84,579.28 Bertie 'bigstealer' Bayley - $61,581.00 que_te_crio - $44,836.35 kenny05 - $32,644.74 BillLewinsky - $23,768.19 Event #28-H: $1,050 Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo Entries: 117 Prize pool: $117,000 MachineGunMK - $28,665 WjWeng - $19,890 Little Kraut - $15,210 Senkel92 - $10,530 theNERDguy - $7,605 Matthew 'MUSTAFABET' Ashton - $5,850 Mike 'SirWatts' Watson - $4,680 krakukra - $3,510
  2. Online poker multi-table tournaments continued to have massive numbers this Sunday as the COVID-19 lockdown continues around the world. PokerStars drew over 31,000 players to their two-day Sunday Million to beat the $3 million guarantee. The partypoker MILLION had a $1,218,366 prize pool and GGPoker beat the GG Masters guarantee for the first time since moving to a $500,000 guarantee four weeks ago. While Alex Foxen was largely focused on finishing up the Poker Masters, he still managed to pick up a massive score in a $5,200 Powerfest event. Foxen beat former #1-ranked Yuri Dzivielevski heads-up to top the 256-entry field in the Powerfest $5,200 Big Game to win $239,413.42. Dzivielevski earned $173,777.16 and third-place finisher Jordi Urlings also picked up a six-figure score, earning $123,874.93. 'wong951' earned an outright victory in the partypoker MILLION to win $186,133.04. Finishing one spot below that gave 'The12MULB' a $129,938.73 score. Third place went to 'Tiger97' for $83,384.96. Over on PokerStars, the Sunday Million and a special edition $11 Sunday Storm that drew 128,753 entries, both need a second day to determine a champion. The $1,050 High Roller Club Sunday Warm-Up had 224 total entries with Mustapha 'lasagnaaammm' Kanit taking it down for $39,025.49. Runner-up 'papan9_p$' banked $37,901.91 and 'hayroller' took the last spot on the podium for $25,234.85. The GGPoker GG Masters had 3,662 players to build a prize pool of $505,356 to beat the $500,000 guarantee for the first time. 'Vladiator13' picked up $72,299.52 for winning it outright. Runner-up 'Luoat' added $50,735.06 to their bankroll and 'HorseAlmighty' picked up a $35,604.25 score for coming in third place. PokerStars $215 Bounty Builder 1,924 Entries $384,000 prize pool Bit2Easy - $24,687.75 + $23,491.69 Carlos Ievis - $25,686.42 + $3,091.41 Xungazz - $14,647.04 + $5,417.19 3DTemujiN - $10,440.91 + $2,833.60 WhoAreYoux1 - $7,442.64 + $5,885.54 oortje63 - $5,205.037 + $2,581.25 dantegoyaF - $3,781.85 + $2,254.69 MeFishUShark - $2,695.83 + $1,693.76 Eibsee08 - $1,921.59 + $1,137.50 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up 1,235 Entries $247,000 prize pool Carlos Ievis - $39,040.67 carl_nash13 - $28,070.06 wunogos - $20,182.61 Pokerfan89Gr - $14,511.47 dans170' - $10,422.84 arcornok - $7,502.03 mararthur1 - $5,394.01 Remi Lebo_10 - $3,878.34 steffenliee - $2,788.55 PokerStars High Roller Club $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up 224 Entries $224,000 prize pool lasagnaaammm - $39,025.49 papan9_p$ - $37,901.91 hayroller - $25,234.85 UmakeMeSikkk - $19,173.03 apestyles - $14,567.36 T-Macha - $11,068.04 C. Darwin2 - $8,409.31 jwall888 - $6,389.26 Tomatee - $5,424.85 PokerStars $109 Bounty Builder 5,586 Entries $558,600 prize pool plush0 - $33,422.68 + $14,187.48 joaoMathias - $33,417.88 + $6,708.12 dutchslayz - $18,545.91 + $4,865.48 al ca poker1 - $12,675.69 + $3,511.77 adamus0810 - $8,663.52 + $2,780.82 smothly - $5,921.32 + $2,319.52 jorginho88 - $4,047.08 + $4,382.28 Dam4666 - $2,766.10 + $1,182.81 stinksok - $1,890.58 + $1,207.04 partypoker MILLION Final Day 917 Entries $1,218,366 prize pool wong951 - $186,133.04 The12MULB - $129,938.73 Tiger97 - $83,384.96 daykotoviezy - $54,278.20 RobinHudd - $37,257.63 Taigu - $25,281.09 AmericanEagle - $17,763.77 Kawhi_Tho - $11,403.90 partypoker Powerfest $5,200 Big Game 256 Entries $1,174,170 prize pool William Foxen - $239,413.42 Yuri Dzivielevski - $173,777.16 Jordi Urlings - $123,874.93 Daniil Lukin - $91,585.26 Nick Petrangelo - $64,579.35 Linus Alarik Loeliger - $49,315.14 Benjamin Rolle - $36,399.27 Bruno Volkmann - $27,005.91 partypoker Powerfest $320 No Limit Hold'em PKO 1,221 Entries $376,068 prize pool Thomas Boivin - $24,483.76 + $28,644.50 Kevin Killeen - $24,446.45 + $5,445.77 Mohsin Charania - $15,972.86 + $2,890.91 Aleksejs Meless - $10,695.75 + $3,812.99 Dmitrii Motorov - $7,582.05 + $3,198.88 Joonas Halonen - $5,337.76 + $2,915.59 Tommie Verstappen - $3,720.26 + $2,823.01 Saymon Nascimento - $2,486.91 + $3,387.13 partypoker Powerfest $530 No Limit Hold'em PKO 892 Entries $457,150 prize pool Marc-Andre Ladouceur - $30,690.25 + $34,439.14 Joonatan Kaunisto - $30,645.42 + $8,166.27 Darrell Goh - $20,420.70 + $6,070.37 Sauli Haapaniemi - $13,761.24 + $3,675.01 Renan Menezes - $9,706.59 + $4,167.21 Toby Joyce - $6,954.34 + $3,338.68 Josip Simunic - $4,914.73 + $3,18077 Pedro Correa - $3,415.73 + $4,150.79 888poker $109 Sunday Mega Deep 755 Players + 293 Rebuys $104,800 prize pool Nemesis_25 - $19,230.80 888pruha - $13,728.80 MartonasBOOM - $10,375.20 Denii14 - $7,807.60 DubaiPrince4 - $5,449.60 xFink_Ploydx - $4,401.60 WHATaDREAM - $3,353.60 elsabagaboan - $2,305.60 SCCP91910 - $1,362.40 GGPoker GG Masters 3,662 Players $505,356 prize pool Vladiator13 - $72,299.52 Luoat - $50,735.06 HorseAlmighty - $35,605.25 aaanasty - $24,985.91 notvrygud - $17,5342.8 nuller - $12,304.96 BingoMaster - $8,635.22 ViKingPower - $6,059.92
  3. There was a major shakeup in the PocketFives Rankingsthis week thanks to thousands of PLB Points being awarded during the final weekend of the PokerStarsSpring Championship of Online Poker. However, if you're a fan of Nicolas PokerKaiser Fierro (pictured), you can breathe a sigh of relief, as he's still our top-ranked player at 7,817 PLB Points. Second place this week belongs to Mustapha lasagnaaammmKanit, who won the high-stakes SCOOP Main Eventfor $1.3 million. Kanit was outside of the top 100 in the Rankings when the week began, but received 2,634 PLB Points for his efforts in the Main Event. Kanit fittingly won the FTOPS Main Eventfor $239,000 in March and took down the EPT Monte Carlo Super High Roller earlier in May for $1 million. Yes, he's on fire. We told you there was a major upheaval and we weren't kidding. Take Anton AnteSvante Wigg, for example, who moved up from #20 to #3 thanks to a win in the Sunday 500 over the weekend for $90,000 and 723 PLB Points. The same day, he made the final two tables of a SCOOP Wrap-Up event for $10,000 and final tabled a SCOOP event the day before for the same amount. This is the highest Wigg has ever been in the PocketFives Rankings. Say hello to hellohellohello (pictured), your new fourth ranked player worldwide. The Russian moved up 24 spots this week to his highest position ever thanks to four wins in the last seven days as well as a final table in the high-stakes SCOOP Main Event for a solid $104,000. He has $2.1 million in career online tournament winnings. Bernardo bedias Dias moved up from #14 to #5, his highest career ranking, after winning three tournaments on PokerStars on May 21. Two days later, he final tabled a SCOOP PLO contest for $19,000. Dias is the top-ranked Brazilian PocketFiver out of almost 2,000 who have PLB scores. Greece's Apostolis Bechrakis, known on PocketFives as apostolis20, entered the top 100 worldwide at #14 this week, his best showing ever, after winning the low-stakes SCOOP Main Event for $221,000. That score was worth 1,488 PLB Points after the prize pool passed $2.2 million. Finally this week, we wanted to talk about Australia's Martin Tiny_molester Kozlov, who moved up from #90 to #17. He final tabled a SCOOP Wrap-Up event for $101,000 and cashed in the high-stakes Main Event the same day. He's a few thousand dollars shy of hitting $2 million for his career. As you can see, only one member of last week's top five, Fierro, remained in the top five this week. Both PocketFivers who won SCOOP Main Events rocketed into the top 15 in the world. Here are the top 10 players in the PocketFives Rankings this week along with the PLB score for each: 1. PokerKaiser- 7,817 points 2. lasagnaaammm(pictured) - 7,430 points 3. AnteSvante- 7,396 points 4. hellohellohello- 7,239 points 5. bedias- 7,123 points 6. Romeopro - 6,887 points 7. StrungOut1 - 6,871 points 8. veeea - 6,764 points 9. norfair18 - 6,750 points 10. joaomathias - 6,749 points Congrats to all of our ranked players! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  4. Over the weekend, Mustapha Kanit (pictured, image courtesy EPT), who is known on PocketFives as lasagnaaammm, won the EPT Grand Final €50K Super High Roller, a one-day event, and banked €936,500. The Italian barreled through a 54-man field, which had 12 reentries and a prize pool of €3.2 million. Nine players made the money, including several brand name PocketFives members like former #1 ranked Fedor CrownUpGuyHolz, who can currently be found at #6 worldwide in the PocketFives Rankings. Three of the top five finishers were from Germany: 1. Mustapha lasagnaaammmKanit (Italy): €936,500 2. Mike SirWatts Watson (Canada): €672,300 3. Martin Finger (Germany): €437,000 4. Fedor CrownUpGuyHolz (Germany): €329,800 5. Fabian Quoss (Germany): €256,100 6. Andrei Streltsou (Belarus): €198,500 7. Mark Teltscher (UK): €156,900 8. Ivan Luca (Argentina): €121,700 9. Scott Seiver (USA): €92,860 The entire Super High Roller took 13 hours to finish and Kanit edged out fellow PocketFiver Mike SirWattsWatson (pictured). He now has about $4 million in live tournament winnings, according to the Hendon Mob. Kanit made a pair of final tables at last year's WSOP in Las Vegas and bubbled a third, just a few months after final tabling the 2014 PCA Super High Roller for $492,000. PocketFives has tracked another $2.8 million in online MTT winnings for Kanit, including an FTOPS Main Event title in March for $239,000. He has multiple WCOOP final tables to his credit, along with WCOOP, SCOOP, and FTOPS titles. He gleefully Tweeted when all was said and done, "Wonn the super HR montecarlo Like a boss!!! Sballiatoooooo!!!" Congrats to Kanit on his big EPT title! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  5. Uruguay's 'pasula09' battled through a 10,232 field in the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million to turn $109 into $106,859. The guarantee was hit after the prize pool was set at $1,023,200, with a place at the final table of nine worth $7,632. After the field had been cut to just the final three, Brazil's José 'neto gol' Queiroz da Costa Neto picked up his second Sunday Million bronze medal three years after his first, and this time collected $55,238. The final battle saw former SCOOP champion Fedor 'ftruncev' Truntsev just missed out on adding another accolade to his poker CV, and departed as runner-up for $76,826, with 'pasula09' crowned the champion. Paul 'topdoll827' Newey defeated the recently unmasked 'bencb789' to win the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $37,895. The prize pool was set at $156,000 after 78 entries took part. Canada's Sam 'Str8$$$Homey' Greenwood took fifth place for $14,345, with Thomas 'WushuTM' Mühlöcker banking $18,288 in fourth. Mustapha 'lasagnaaammm' Kanit collected the bronze medal for $23,315, before 'bencb789' who this week revealed his identity to the world for the first time via his 'RaiseYourEdge' youtube channel, fell at the final hurdle for $29,724, as Newey picked up the win. The PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller title went to 'schocer' after they topped a 829 player-field to bank over $53,000. 'schocer' defeated 'ZiZZi_7707' heads-up to win the final bounty battle and collected $28,527 + $25,300 in bounties following a money-deal. 'ZiZZi_7707' added $32,178 + $18,167 to their bankroll as runner-up, with 'leitalopez' taking third place for $18,820 + $2,273. Jordan 'JWPRODIGY' Westmorland took down PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up for $25,485 after topping a 250 player-field. Thailand based American player got the better of 'LeslieGroves' heads-up, with the latter departing as runner-up with $18,494. 'LaurinKing' collected the bronze medal alongside $13,421. 'SchelampigaUhu' won $21,600 after beating Thomas 'onehundredeyes' Mühlöcker heads-up in the partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller DeepStack. The prize pool just crept over the $75,000 guarantee after 76 entries took to the tables, and 'mogvision' took away $10,260 in third-place, paving the way for 'SchelampigaUhu' to win the final battle, and eliminating Mühlöcker into second-place for $14,820. Over on GGPoker, 'LaurisL91' and 'ImLividBuddy' both added Sunday Blade $5k titles to their names. Both players came through 32 player-fields to claim their respective wins and were each awarded with a top prize worth $64,840. 'LaurisL91' defeated 'pDNA' to claim their victory, while 'Olekonjole' fell as runner-up at the hands of 'ImLividBuddy.' Below are this week's results: PokerStars $109 Sunday Million $1M Guaranteed 10,232 entrants, $1,023,200 prize pool pasula09 - $106,859 ftruncev - $76,826 neto gol - $55,238 sk8erisz - $39,717 daBuStar - $28,556 jartza1984 - $20,532 MR Plumber - $14,763 fengikareh - $10,614 Dante63s - $7,632 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $125k Gtd 78 entrants, $156,000 prize pool topdoll827 - $37,895 bencb789 - $29,724 lasagnaaammm - $23,315 WushuTM - $18,288 Str8$$$Homey - $14,345 Remi Lebo_10 - $11,252 Sphinx87 - $8,825 Kesjan - $6,922 neymar-jr - $5,430 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $325k Gtd 829 entrants, $414,500 prize pool schocer - $28,527* + $25,300 (in bounties) ZiZZi_7707 - $32,178* + $18,167 leitalopez - $18,820 + $2,273 doutorlucky - $13,795 + $4,143 peterwhooo - $10,112 + $6,615 Vlada2108 - $7,412 + $5,310 Vladga50 - $5,433 + $3,332 nsmirnov - $3,982 + $4,215 ijsj2003 - $2,919 + $1,085 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $150k Gtd 750 entrants, $150,000 prize pool JWPRODIGY - $25,485 LeslieGroves - $18,494 LaurinKing - $13,421 07Papi - $9,739 CrazyLissy - $7,068 newguy89 - $5,129 Simi1602 - $3,722 aJarov - $2,701 tp_raichu - $1,960 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller DeepStack $75k Gtd 76 entrants, $76,000 prize pool SchelampigaUhu - $21,600 onehundredeyes - $14,820 mogvision - $10,260 PhileasFogg - $6,840 itmitmitmev - $10,260 Arwizz - $4,180 shhhhhhhhhhhhh77 - $3,610 mwallem - $3,230 partypoker $2,100 Sunday High Roller Gladiator $150k Gtd 73 entrants, $150,000 prize pool PhileasFogg - $15,725 + $22,091 z-booooo - $15,710 + $7,128 Chelsea72 - $10,881 + $10,057 KONY2012 - $7,254 + $2,460 x_zola25 - $5,642 + $0 onehundredeyes - $4,433 + $4,987 WWWpartyCOM - $3,828 + $1,771 mwhldwn - $3,425 + $2,690 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Terminator - $100k Gtd 108 entrants, $110,160 prize pool Souftfw - $10,166 + $19,524 savageplenty - 10,155 + $3,631 SHHHHHHHHHHHH77 - $7,258 + $3,737 somar181 - $5,080 + $3,510 GreenNaugahyde - $3,774 + $1,803 CrazyLissy - $2,903 + $910 Tartaruga13 - $2,322 + $2,015 c43rus - $1,887 + $650 888poker $100,000 $109 Sunday Sale Mega Deep 1,103 entrants – $110,300 prize pool sekta14 - $19,964 NZhero007 - $14,339 TattiTope - $10,754 gkareckas - $8,051 Tschi11i - $5,680 BlacKK_DucKK - $4,577 Multilift - $3,474 elberger8 - $2,437 Elemetal - $1,411 GGPoker Sunday Blade $5k 50k Gtd 32 entrants, $152,500 prize pool LaurisL91 - $64,840 pDNA - $38,311 PokerBluff1 - $24,114 SasukeUchiha - $15,178 HE22 - $9,554 GGPoker Sunday Blade $5k 100k Gtd 32 entrants, $152,500 prize pool ImLividBuddy - $64,840 Olekonjole - $38,311 MiMosa1 - $24,114 Picasso16 - $15,178 HectorHermano - $9,554 *denotes money-deal  
  6. While partypoker is likely going to garner a lot of attention in the poker world this week for the partypoker Caribbean Poker Party event, on Sunday all eyes were on the third straight running of the partypoker MILLION final day as 749 runners returned for Day 2. The event had a $105,600 overlay and the final three players came to an agreement that saw each of them, including a Team partypoker Pro, walk away with a six-figure score. Through the six starting flights spread over the past week, the event drew a total of 4,472 players. Winner 'vem kikand' ended up taking home the biggest score of $114,876.70 as part of the deal. Runner-up 'theteacheray' pocketed $107,915.08 while partypoker Team Online pro Travis 'dramaticdegen" Darroch ended up with $106,308.22 as the third place finisher. Darroch tweeted immediately after busting the tournament. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker NJ"][ptable zone="GG Poker"] The biggest buy-in event on the partypoker Sunday schedule, the $5,200 Sunday Big Game had 84 entrants to blow well past the $300,000 guarantee and create a $420,000 prize pool. 'gastrader' almost turned the $5,200 buy-in into a six-figure score, earning $99,643.47 for winning the event after making a deal with eventual runner-up 'TopGirl' who earned $89,356.54. 'Tigerbluff' rounded out the podium finishers, winning $54,600 for his third place finish. The PokerStars Sunday Million was also subject to a deal. The final four players chopped up almost $281,000 before playing down to a winner. Belarussian 'kosilkO' ended up taking top spot and earned $79,345.41. Runner-up 'GOIANOVERDE' actually ended up taking home the biggest piece of the chop, earning $80,758.63 thanks to his chip lead at the time of the deal being made. Third place finisher 'fornado' earned $65,809.74 while 'YordanPetrov' picked up $55,886.48 for finishing fourth. The 888poker PKO Series came to conclusion on Sunday with 847 players piling into the $320 Main Event to push the total prize pool to $315,000 - $15,000 more than the guaranteed $300,000. 'pokanuktus' ended up getting the final KO on the day, eliminated 'BreakYaNeck9' in second place to capture the victory and a combined $42,792.43. 'BreakYaNeck9' took home $26,360.10 and third-place finisher 'Dedwa789' getting $16,803.03. While the PKO Series Main Event beat the guarantee, the recently launched $1,050 buy-in Dragon narrowly missed the $200,000 guarantee. The event drew 144 players and had 46 rebuys to generate $199,500 in prize pool (before fees) creating a small $500 overlay. 'lasochobi' topped the field to win the event outright and take home $46,000. Runner-up 'sweet_dr34ms' earned $32,000 while third place finisher 'M9yM9so' earned $24,300. 888poker ambassador Dominik Nitsche finished sixth to add $10,000 to his bankroll. partypoker $215 partypoker MILLION 4,472 entrants, $1,000,000 prize pool vem kikando - $114,876.70* theteacheray - $107,915.08* DramaticDegen - $106,308.22* Ingracia_dinha - $44,740 eddyrock - $30,750 Nicolasmajda888 - $20,890 lkjhfdswnv - $14,710.0 SicutiPegoraro - $9,490 partypoker $5,200 Sunday Big Game $300K Guaranteed 84 entrants, $420,000 prize pool gastrader - $99,643.47 TopGirl - $89,356.54 Tigerbluff - $54,600 Player123560423 - $37,800 Greenstone25 - $29,400 BlueMagic1 - $22,050 sims_or_sins... - $17,850 moneymonk2 - $14,700 partypoker $2,100 High Roller Gladiator $200K Guaranteed 118 entrants, $241,900 prize pool kristian150 - $22,603.47 + $40,392.19 in bounties wikidipidi - $22,579.84 + $6,398.44 in bounties onehundredeyez - $15,947.04 + $3,412.50 in bounties Bijzettafel - $11,295.82 + $2,362.50 in bounties sims_or_sins... - $8,305.74 + $5,775 in bounties The Undecided - $5,515.01 + $4,462.50 in bounties partypoker $530 High Roller Bounty Hunter $250K Guaranteed 386 entrants, $250,000 prize pool DerWendler - $14,837.78 + $14,549.91 in bounties BreakingheLAW - $14,817.78 + $5,932.42 in bounties B0bby_McGee - $10,173.71 + $3,629.90 in bounties AegonTargaryen - $7,143.24 + $4,309.75 in bounties BlindFold - $5,108.50 + $1,132.03 in bounties The_Show - $3,723.14 + $5,313.60 in bounties SETHERMAN.OA - $2,630.01 + $951.56 in bounties AliceGagnon1997 - $1,915.68 + $2,337.88 in bounties PokerStars $109 Sunday Million $1M Guaranteed 10,348 entrants, $1,034,800 prize pool kosilkO - $79,345.41* GOIANOVERDE - $80,758.63* fornado - $65,809.74* YordanPetrov - $55,886.48* iBreakU_U - $28,880.64 IAMtheSELF - $20,765.43 AdrianS_2506 - $14,930.50 YOLOBETS - $10,735.11 Bit2Easy - $7,718.57 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller $85K Guaranteed 61 entrants, $122,000 prize pool Bomber&Granater - $32,770.30* Lena900 - $32,456.23* lasagnaaammm - $19,686.46 limitless - $14,186.79 H!tthehole - $10,223.52 x_zola25 - $7,367.45 prebz - $5,309.25 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller PKO $350K Guaranteed 1,023 entrants, $511,500 prize pool mjw006 - $41,614.51 + $41,431.57 in bounties Tvieira1979 - $30,502.97 + $9,398.43 in bounties smir9david - $22,358.58 + $8,625.01 in bounties MITS 304 - $16,388.76 + $4,283.20 in bounties GamadGADOL - $12,012.90 + $765.63 in bounties silskyer - $8,805.42 + $1,640.63 in bounties bar-bar9999 - $6,454.33 + $4,628.90 in bounties Diogenesz - $4,731.01 + $1,635.00 in bounties lsurox - $3,467.84 + $1,000.00 in bounties PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-up $115K Guarantee 701 entrants, $140,200 prize pool miniDanny028 - $24,325.93 josef_shvejk - $17,652.97 great dant - $12,810.76 Vinkyy - $9,296.76 Fresh_oO_D - $6,746.66 roo_400 - $4,896.05 level1pro - $3,553.07 ZingsMaster - $2,578.46 DanielLUCKY - $1,871.19 888poker PKO Series $300,000 Main Event $320 847 entrants – $315,000 prize pool pokanuktus - $28,507.50 + $14,284.93 in bounties BreakYaNeck9 - $20,475.00 + $5,885.16 in bounties Dedwa789 - $15,356.25 + $1,450.78 in bounties TrollKonst8 - $11,497.50 + $4,659.20 in bounties Kaiman.O-O. - $8,111.25 + $1,567.97 in bounties kinsQ - $6,536.25 + $1,598.44 in bounties MrGanjaman - $4,961.25 + $3,113.38 in bounties Madeon1994 - $3,480.75 + $3,283.01 in bounties valeriu94 - $2,016.00 + $506.25 in bounties 888poker $200,000 Dragon $1,050 144 entrants – $200,000 prize pool lasochobi - $46,000 sweet_dr34ms - $32,000 M9yM9so - $24,300 kiskitya23 - $18,000 Imyurfriend - $12,000 888Dominik - $10,000 ShowMustGo0N - $8,000 Nudinen - $6,000 PridvorD - $5,000
  7. Over the weekend, the 28th Full Tilt Online Poker Series, or FTOPS, wrapped up. The FTOPS XXVIII Main Event drew 1,260 entrants, creating a prize pool of almost $1.2 million, which lapped the $1 million guarantee. In the end, United Kingdom's Mustapha lasagnaaammm Kanit took it down for $239,000. Scarily, the $239,000 score is just the third largest we've logged for Kanit, who finished third in a WCOOP High Roller last September for almost $400,000 officially, his largest online score to date. Last May, he won a SCOOP $2,100 Turbo Re-Entry event for $376,000 officially and has been a force to be reckoned with in larger tournament series. In fact, his five largest career scores stem from SCOOP, WCOOP, and FTOPS events. Here's how the FTOPS Main Event final table cashed out: 1. potta_x_potta - $239,400 (lasagnaaammm) 2. dunphi - $159,440 3. BooBoo825 - $113,715 (Shanks) 4. Forggi - $84,987 5. dougiedan678 - $63,441 (dougiedan678) 6. YeujZat - $46,683 7. Cejakas14 - $34,713 8. hteraaj2001 - $25,137 (jareth3542) 9. paradoxpoker - $17,955 (overthetop43) This is Kanit's first FTOPS win and he now has victories in WCOOP, SCOOP, and FTOPS tournaments. He took down the PokerStars Sunday $109 Rebuy two years ago, won the Sunday 500 in December, and was ranked as high as #9 worldwide on PocketFives last year. Even with all of his success online, Kanit has managed to score big in the live world as well. He is ranked #32 on GPI and took fourth in a PCA High Roller event in 2014 for $492,000. A couple of weeks later, he won preliminary event at the Aussie Millions for another $173,000. The UK player has almost $6 million in combined live and online tournament winnings, according to PocketFives and the Hendon Mob. Congrats to Kanit, who has been a member of PocketFives since 2013, on his FTOPS Main Event win. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  8. Overnight, Mustapha lasagnaaammmKanit (pictured) hit the jackpot in the high-stakes Main Event of the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker, taking the tournament down outright for $1.3 million. It was his second SCOOP title and marked the sixth largest online cash ever by a member of PocketFives. The $10,000 buy-in tournament drew almost 700 entrants. Kanit was in sixth place by the time the final eight rolled around and, if the chip deficit weren't enough, he was facing other heavy-hitters like Shaun shaundeebDeeb, Christian eisenhower1Jeppsson, and Emil Maroonlime Patel. Kanit took Deeb out in seventh place in a race with A-Q suited against 9-9. Kanit spiked an ace on the flop to pull ahead and hit a queen on the river for good measure to send Deeb packing. Jeppsson followed Deeb out the door in sixth in the same fashion, losing a race with K-J against 2-2. While this author was perusing Twitter on Monday night, he ran across a Tweet from Scott Seiver that said, "For anyone not watching, this SCOOP $10k FT is the most entertaining final table I have ever watched." The lead kept changing hands and, appropriately, the nail-biter ended in a very unique way. Kanit was up 3:1 in chips over Patel (pictured) when heads-up play began and, 10 hands later, Patel shoved on a board reading J-Q-9-Q-10 and tabled J-10 for two pair. Kanit, however, rolled over pocket queens for quads and won $1.3 million. One of our favorite comments on Twitter came from Jordan inblueCristos, who wrote, "Is @Mustacchione a real person? Like does he have blood and a brain and stuff? Or machine?" Here's how the SCOOP High final table shook out: 1. Mustapha "lasagnaaammm" Kanit (United Kingdom): $1,304,720 2. Emil "Maroonlime" Patel (Finland): $950,780 3. KumariOy (Russia): $700,940 4. I am Bobbie (Belarus): $527,440 5. prrrak4783 (Sweden): $370,596 6. Christian "eisenhower1" Jeppsson (Sweden): $294,950 7. Shaun "shaundeeb" Deeb (Mexico): $225,550 8. albeainy (Lebanon): $156,150 9. hello_totti (Russia): $104,100 Kanit has been on an absolute tear as of late. He won the FTOPS Main Event in Marchfor $239,000 and took down the Sunday 500 last December for $65,000. Earlier this month, Kanit won the EPT Monte Carlo Super High Roller for $1 million. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  9. [caption width="640"] Mustapha Kanit just keeps finding poker tournament to win. Sunday it was the PokerStars Supersonic.[/caption] The PokerStars Sunday Million weekly flagship tournament was won by PocketFiver 'CantWinAFlip' of the United Kingdom, who had a career outing and his first six-figure score for $174,952. PokerStars players 'M.Strelskaya' and 'spearjohn' walked away with $130,317 and $92,117 for their respective 2nd and 3rd place efforts in that event. 'Riffa Kriffa' came out on top in the Stars Sunday Warm-Up and was awarded $73,375. 174th-ranked 'elHongo' of Uruguay was the winner in the Sunday 500 for a score of $58,353. Meanwhile, former #2 ranked player Mustapha 'lasagnaaammm' Kanit assured his re-entry into the Top 1,000 rankings with a win in the Six Max PokerStars Sunday Supersonic for $48,000. 'NikolasDLP' of the Russian Federation took down the PartyPoker High Roller event for $32,132. The 888 Poker $150k Guaranteed WHALE tournament was won by 'fiestafiesta' for $35,422 while PocketFives member 'joppiesaus' earned an outright victory in the Mega Deep event and collected $28,920. 'AntonSergeevich' was the winner in the Full Tilt FTOPS Event #31 and received $26,625. PokerStars Sunday Million ($200+15 NLHE) 5,593 entrants - $1,118,600 paid out to 810 spots ~ Full Recap CantWinAFlip - $174,951.74 M.Strelskaya - $130,316.90 spearjohn - $92,116.71 anjuli777 - $63,200.90 david owie - $47,540.50 trajna - $36,354.50 dirtybrasil - $25,168.50 Breakchips - $13,982.50 cxde - $8,948.80 PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up ($200+15 NLHE) 2,322 entrants - $464,400 paid out to 342 spots ~ Full Recap Riffa Kriffa - $73,375.28 UncleAnte9 - $55,110.34 (Lockhurt) Angobet - $39,474.00 joaomathias - $27,167.40 CarolVentura - $20,665.80 Knightsgeee - $16,021.80 KING BAIT - $11,377.80 oceanemm - $6,733.80 XX MUC XX143 - $3,947.40 PokerStars Sunday 500 ($500+$35 NLHE) 636 entrants - $318,000 paid out to 99 spots ~ Full Recap elmelogno4 - $58,353.00 (elHongo) dragonwarior - $41,658.00 ShippityShip - $31,482.00 paulwiter - $23,691.00 scrubbyz - $16,536.00 cwirek1982 - $13,356.00 hello_totti - $10,176.00 (hellohellohello) nick le king - $6,996.00 'Colisea' - $4,134.00 PokerStars Sunday Supersonic ($200+$15 NLHE 6-Max) 1,380 entrants - $290,904 paid out to 180 spots ~ Full Recap Mustapha 'lasagnaaammm' Kanit - $47,999.89 C.Regando - $36,072.09 Soliddude - $26,908.62 Magardan - $18,617.85 YRWTHMELTHR - $11,927.06 (yrwthmelthr) captain J43 - $7,999.86 (itsmejon) PartyPoker High Roller ($530 NLHE Re-Entry) 347 entrants - $173,500 paid out to 45 spots BetinOleg - $32,132 (NikolasDLP) weie13 - $22,572 JWPRODIGY - $16,136 Watnlos88 - $13,186 jimboeheim - $11,278 SaintJust_ - $9,543 (noirduck) voland2512 - $7,808 (volandNEW) alidaei1010 - $6,073 jovialjohnny - $4,338 iPoker Sunday Masters (€150 NLHE) 139 entrants - $21,936 paid out to 27 spots ~ Full Recap BloodyF4ce - $5,045.23 nutyfish - $3,509.73 Humungus85 - $2,665.20 Imyurfriend - $1,974.22 aSeLow - $1,316.15 ChIpSiSbK - $1,096.79 (chipsxxx) comeondaz - $877.43 ender749 - $658.07 noneed4aname - $548.39 888 WHALE ($600 NLHE) *$150k Guaranteed 324 entrants - $183,060 paid out to 45 spots fiestafiesta - $35,422 Diegoavc - $26,544 Condumb - $20,137 iCrushU556 - $15,102 g.s.p.888 - $10,434 duchasp4rati - $8,055 olekonjole - $6,224 PRoyal888 - $4,393 (philroyal888) Kannwas - $3,204 888 Mega Deep ($215 NLHE) *$120k Guaranteed 788 entrants - $157,600 paid out to 99 spots SuprNintend0 - $28,920 (joppiesaus) CrackdeI29 - $20,646 TrankNLVida - $15,602 bertaaa - $11,741 vienas2 - $8,195 HazardCosta - $6,619 moccastube - $5,043 (lNormaJean) footler - $3,467 123_THC - $2,049 Full Tilt FTOPS Event #31 ($250 NLHE) 614 entrants - $150,000 paid out to 81 spots AntonSergeevich - $26,625 riffee - $19,500 SSSMforlife - $13,950 s_dot111 - $9,750 joaosimaobh $7,125 apipu3l - $5,400 DannyN13 - $4,200 Zluka2010 - $3,300 CMV3011- $2,550
  10. Last month, the FTOPS Main Event on Full Tilt Pokerattracted a field of 2,160 entrants and had a prize pool that nearly topped $1.2 million. Your winner: PocketFiver Mustapha Kanit (pictured), who is known as lasagnaaammm. "I'm feeling really good," Kanit told PocketFives in an exclusive interview. "I always go deep in the FTOPS Main Event too. I have gotten to the last four tables three times in the last few years. I love the structure and it has a good field." A chop was briefly discussed, but Kanit asked for more than ICM heads-up and Full Tilt player dunphiturned it down. Instead, the pair played on and Kanit banked $239,000 for the win. There were five PocketFives members at the final table of the FTOPS Main Event. "Shanks played really well and was the best one at the final table. I got lucky against him and he played really well. It was a good final table with a lot of good players," he told us of the final nine. Shanks ultimately came in third place for a healthy $113,000. Kanit will use a portion of his winnings for EPT Monte Carlo and the PokerStars SCOOP. He's historically done well in larger tournament series, as his three largest tracked scores to date have been a $392,000 haul in a WCOOP High Roller, a SCOOP win for $376,000, and his FTOPS Main Event jersey. In fact, his five largest scores are all from tournament series and total almost $1.5 million collectively. "I love to play the big series," Kanit said. "They are amazing. It's a really nice challenge and you have to be focused for 20 days playing against the best. It's the time I enjoy the most during the year and there is a lot of action and big fields. I'm always in the right mode before a big online series because I know it's the right time to play my best and enjoy some online MTTs." Kanit, who has almost $3 million in tracked scores, doesn't have a set schedule when he enters a session. Instead, he adapts: "I like to be really focused when I get deep in something, so I always change my schedule during a session. I play all of the No Limit Hold'em events during big tournament series and all of the Sunday Majors." Kanit plays as potta_x_potta on Full Tilt and can be found at #90 worldwide in the PocketFives Rankings after peaking at #9 last year. He is ranked #35 on GPI. Did we mention Kanit has $2.6 million in live cashes, according to the Hendon Mob? He does. Kanit won the IPT Nova Gorica Main Event four years ago for $276,000 and followed that up later that year with a final table at the Partouche Poker Tour's stop in Cannes for $259,000. His largest live score to date came with a fourth place finish in a PCA High Roller Event in 2014 for almost a half-million dollars. He has seven live scores of over $100,000. We'll end this article with some words of advice from Kanit, who said, "Play focused, study your opponents, and see against whom you can take some marginal spots and against whom it is better to back away. Being short in a tournament is normal, so if you have 10 to 15 big blinds, don't think it's over, but keep playing your best. Eat good food and read too!" Congrats to Kanit on his big FTOPS Main Event win! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  11. In the middle of December, selinantis(pictured) final tabled the PokerStars Sunday 500 and earned $35,000. There were over 700 entrants that day and selinantis, who calls Lithuania home, finished third among them. He has over $2.1 million in career online tournament winnings and sat down with PocketFives to talk about his sixth largest cash ever. PocketFives: Nice job on the Sunday 500 final table. How are you feeling about it? selinantis: I am really happy about getting third in the Sunday 500. It had been a very long dry period for me since the spring. I had a terrible WSOP and did not make a comeback online until now, so I have some room to breathe. Despite that, I am quite disappointed to finish third, as it was a very unfortunate situation to get A-K to run into lasagnaaammm's K-K three-handed where there was not really another option for me but to get it all-in and hope he folded or I won a flip. PocketFives: Can you talk about lasagnaaammm's play? He is a highly successful PocketFiver. selinantis: He has what it takes to win big tournaments. He is very aggressive and is a good thinking player. Sometimes he takes his aggression too far, but it is hard to win tournaments without spewing from time to time these days. PocketFives: Walk us through how the tournament went in general. selinantis: I won a big all-in at the 300/600 level to build a stack up to 50,000 when an 8 big blind stack shoved UTG. I called with Q-Q UTG+1, achen overcalled UTG+2, the big blind over-shoved for 32 big blinds with A-K, and my queens held up. After that, it was smooth sailing, putting pressure with a big stack and not meeting much resistance. I was lucky to get pretty soft tables for a tournament like the Sunday 500. I told my friends at one point that I felt like I was playing a smaller tournament. I also was lucky to win a 75 big blind flip with A-K suited against 7-7 where my opponent was not supposed to be in that spot. Then, I managed to get a very favorable spot at the 1,500/3,000 level blind-versus-blind where we got it in for 40 big blinds each on a 7s-2h-3h board. I had A-7 against Q-7. After that, I don't think there were any big pots, just applying pressure, playing solid poker, and chipping up without showdown. It's a very well structured tournament, so I had the luxury of gaining a bigger edge by playing the best I could, up until the last hand. PocketFives: The largest cash we have tracked for you is a fourth place finish in an FTOPS event in 2011 for $112,000. How much did that change your poker career? selinantis: I was on the top of the moon back then. It was the largest or second largest Lithuanian score online at the time, so it really boosted my confidence sky-high. I was playing heads-up sit and gos regularly back then and, right after the win, was not planning to change my daily routine. But, step by step, I started to play more tournaments because I liked them more: big prize pools and the feeling of beating all those people. With the amount of money I won, I was able to play almost every tournament I wanted and was itching to win satellites to EPTs and other big live tournaments. So, yeah, it was a very big deal and accelerated my poker career vastly. PocketFives: What do you do besides poker? What else interests you? selinantis: I am a family man. I am married and my wife and I have big families with which we love to spend time. My life passion is traveling. I have had a goal since childhood to see all seven continents. I am only on three now, so I still have a lot to see. Poker has really helped me with that goal too. I play a bit of basketball and we have a Lithuanian poker stars basketball team back home. PocketFives: When did you start playing poker? selinantis: I started playing poker professionally during my first year at university. I was studying to become a lawyer. I managed to get my master's degree, but did not have any law practice. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
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