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  1. The “HU4Rollz” revival gained more even momentum over the past week when high-stakes tournament pro Fedor Holz and nosebleed cash game crusher Wiktor ‘limitless’ Malinowski agreed to battle each other in a live streamed, high-stakes heads-up challenge beginning on March 5. The pair have settled on a four-session challenge of $100/$200 Heads-up NLHE that will kick off on Friday, March 5 at 12:45 ET. Subsequent sessions will be played on March 8, March 10, and March 12. When the action kicks off they will be sitting 100bb deep and fans will get to watch live on GGPoker.TV on a 30-minute delay. The origins of the challenge dated back to August 2020 when Malinowski joined Joey Ingram on the Poker Life Podcast where he issued a challenge to play any player in the world heads up, at whatever stakes they want. In that same interview, Malinowski targeted Holz, calling him out specifically and even offering that he would play while drunk. Over six months after Malinowsky’s appearance, Holz responded by posting a short video on Twitter where he essentially took Malinowsky up on his offer. “I just want to get back to that offer you made on Joey’s podcast, to play me drunk whenever I want, whatever stakes I want. So yea…let’s fucking do it. I challenge you,” Holz said. Holz is well-known for his tournament prowess having accumulated more than $32 million in total tournament live earnings, including eight seven-figure scores. Just weeks after getting called out by Malinowski, Holz went on to win the 2020 World Series of Poker $25K Heads Up event for $1,077,250, his second career gold bracelet. Holz is also a former worldwide #1-ranked online player, having held the top spot on three different occasions dating back to 2014. Malinowski has a reputation as one of the most respected online nosebleed cash game pros in the game today. He started his journey by playing freerolls in 2014 and achieved success at every buy-in level along the way, eventually reaching the elite levels of the high-stakes. Not one to be short on confidence, Malinowski accepted this challenge with Holz even though he’s currently embroiled in another high-stakes challenge against Stefan ‘Stefan11222’ Burakov, which has seen him lose as much as $550,000 in a single week. The challenge looks to be another treat for fans of the format who have had a number of exciting challenges to follow in the past year. It was in April 2020 that Phil Galfond captured the attention of the poker world with his million-dollar comeback against ‘Venivivi1993’ in the first of the Galfond Challenges. Then, of course, the three-month-long High Stakes Feud between Doug Polk and Daniel Negreanu came to a conclusion in February, with Polk booking a win of more than $1.2 million. Now fans will have the opportunity to watch these two high-stakes heavyweights go at it exclusively on GGPoker in the four-session stretch. Billed by the online operator as “The Prince of Poker vs. The Notorious End Boss”, GGPoker is also promising expert commentary, exclusive interviews, and promotions surrounding the event.
  2. For the second time this year, Ole Schemion worked his way through a PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker field to stand victorious. This time though, he doubled the payout of the first event and walked away with more than a quarter-million dollars. Schemion beat out 117 other entries to win Event #102 High ($10,300 NLHE High Roller) for a $258,639.29 payday. Runner-up 'megaliciou$$$' narrowly missed out on the title and ended up with a $200,391.37 consolation prize. Macao-based 'limitless' turned up in third place and added $155,261.45 to their bankroll. The final table also included fourth-place finisher Steve O'Dwyer and sixth-place finisher Daniel Dvoress. Schemion's first 2020 SCOOP title came in Event #16 High ($2,100 Six Max PLO) on May 4. His two prior SCOOP titles came 2018 when he won Event #32 High ($10,000 PLO High Roller) and Event #36 High ($530 NLHE Deep Stacked). The final three players in Event #103 High ($1,050 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha 8-or-better) chopped up the nearly $100,000 before 'PlayWMyNuts' took down the title. Their share of the prize pool wound up being $35,022.18 while runner-up 'riverpaigow' and third-place finisher 'mai0h123' earned $31,487.17 and $31,315.45 respectively. Former #1 PocketFiver Patrick 'pads1161' Leonard took home $9,782.79 for finishing in sixth place. Konstantin 'krakukra' Maslak won one of the smallest High events on the 2020 SCOOP schedule. Just 49 players entered Event #106 High ($1,050 Pot Limit Five Card Draw) and Maslak bested all of them to win $19,617.65. Andrei 'Premove' Skvortsov took the runner-up spot and a $12,848.01 while 'lb6121' finished in third place for $8,414.43. The six other titles awarded on Wednesday went to 'jah1923' (Event #102-L), 'Bomber&Granater' (Event #102-M), 'vpisjak' (Event #103-L), 'Narcisus90' (Event #103-M), 'Senkel92' (Event #106-L), and 'Denis XXX007' (Event #106-M). Event #102-H: $10,300 NLHE High Roller Entries: 118 Prize pool: $1,180,000 Ole 'wizowizo' Schemion - $258,639.29 megaliciou$$$ - $200,391.37 limitless - $155,261.45 Steve 'Mr. Tim Caum' O'Dwyer - $120,295.21 srzakgirona - $93,203.71 Daniel 'Oxota' dvoress - $72,213.40 osw666 - $55,950.29 calculer_ = $43,349.77 Event #103-H: $1,050 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha 8-or-better Entries: 218 Prize pool: $218,000 PlayWMyNuts - $35,022.18* riverpaigow - $31,487.17* mai0h123 - $31,315.45* fish_san - $17,607.18 Piquette - $13,124.29 Patrick 'pads1161' Leonard - $9,782.79 Event #106-H: $1,050 Pot Limit Five Card Draw Entries: 49 Prize pool: $50,000 ($1,000 overlay) krakukra - $19,617.65 Premove - $12,848.01 lb6121 - $8,414.43 Chillonlini - $5,510.78 m1pum - $3,609.13

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