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  1. Chris Moorman is easily one of the most - if not the most - decorated players in PocketFives history. He's been the #1-ranked player 13 different times and has held that spot for a combined 23 weeks. He was the first player to break $10 million and $15 million in lifetime earnings. Those accolades, along with his Global Poker Awards PocketFives Legacy Award, afforded the Englishman a first-round bye in the #1 Number One bracket, but the rest of the Hearts bracket presents a formidable challenge if Moorman has any designs on advancing and adding the #1 Number One Championship Belt to his collection. The rest of the bracket includes the likes of 'C Darwin2', Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard, Bert 'girafganger7' Stephens, and the late Chad 'M8kingmoves' Batista. Enter the #1 Number One Contest Now! C Darwin2 (#2) vs Jovial Gent (#15) Between February 2016 and May 2019, Sweden's 'C Darwin2' enjoyed eight different reigns at the #1 spot for a total of 66 weeks (third all-time). That, coupled with $16,779,066 in lifetime earnings, propelled 'C Darwin2' to the #2 seed in the Hearts bracket and made for a formidable first round opponent for Yevgeniy 'Jovial Gent' Timoshenko, who comes in at #15. Timoshenko held the #1 spot for a single week in May 2007 and has $4,826,132 in lifetime online earnings. Gettin Daize (#3) vs vinkyy (#14) Chris 'Getting Daize' Oliver took the #1 spot for the first time in August 2010 and then again in December of the same year. In both instances Oliver's grasp on the top spot lasted just one week. Still, the American, who now calls Costa Rica home, has $15,200,033 in lifetime online earnings, which is good enough for fifth best. Oliver's first round opponent, 'vinkyy' was #1 in the world for a single week back in October 2013 and has four PocketFives Triple Crowns to his credit. eisenhower1 (#4) vs brsavage (#13) Chris 'brsavage' Savage was the very first player to hold down the #1 spot on PocketFives. From January 17, 2005 thru April 18, 2005, Savage was considered the top online MTT player in the world. His status as 'PocketFives OG' could lead him to an upset over one of the best players Sweden has ever produced. Christian 'eisenhower1' Jeppsson took his turn at #1 for one week from September 30, 2015 thru October 7, 2015. He's also captured six Triple Crowns. Legenden (#5) vs norfair18 (#12) From March thru May 2013, 'Legenden' was in the online poker streets battling with some of the best in the world and put up results that allowed him to rise to the #1 ranking three different times. The competition was so fierce that two of his reigns lasted just one week and the third was two weeks. His first round opponent, 'norfair18' had a single week as the top-ranked online poker player in the world, taking the spot from Nicolas 'PokerKaiser' Fierro in April 2015. pleno1 (#6) vs lukethafluke (#11) Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard has been #1 on PocketFives on four separate occasions, most recently in November 2019. That reign, which lasted one week, came more than five years after he first topped the rankings. Leonard has $12.5 million in earnings and has won one Triple Crown and two monthly leaderboards. His first round opponent, Lukas 'lukethafluke' Berglund earned the #11 seed thanks to four turns at #1 between January and June in 2014 which helped push his lifetime earnings past $5 million. girafganger7 (#7) vs taypaur (#10) With more than $14 million in lifetime earnings and three reigns at #1, Bert 'girafganger7' Stephens still finds himself as an underdog to advance beyond the first round. Even then, he still has to make it past Taylor 'taypaur' Paur. On two separate occasions, Paur was #1 in the world with reigns lasting two weeks and seven weeks respectively. He also has more than $5 million in lifetime earnings. M8kingmoves (#8) vs ch0ppy (#9) Chad 'M8kingmoves' Batista had just one reign at #1, but he made the absolute most of it. Batista took over the #1 spot on August 22, 2007 and didn't let go of it for an astonishing 45 weeks, the second-longest reign of all-time trailing only Cliff 'JohnnyBax' Josephy's 74-week reign. Batista still has to get through Matt 'ch0ppy' Kay who had two week-long turns atop the Rankings in in July 2012 and February 2013. The Canadian also has five Triple Crown awards and $7.2 million in lifetime online earnings. Make your picks in the PocketFives #1 Number One Contest - entries due by Midnight ET on April 2. Then make sure to follow @PocketFives on Twitter to get your votes in!"
  2. The high-stakes version of Event #8 of the ongoing PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker was a $700 No Limit Hold'em Heads-Up contest that brought out 765 players. In the end, it was only fitting that two PocketFivers chopped heads-up. In the biggest pot of the heads-up match, lukethafluke(pictured) called a bet from fellow PocketFiver RuiNF on a board showing 8-3-7-5-10 with three hearts. RuiNF showed Q-J of hearts for a flush and lukethafluke folded, giving the former an edge in chips. Thirty minutes later, lukethafluke was all-in with Q-J against RuiNF's J-10 of diamonds. The action flop of K-Q-6 with two diamonds gave lukethafluke middle pair and RuiNF flush and straight draws, the former of which hit when the queen of diamonds peeled off on the turn. The river was a red five and Portugal's RuiNF claimed the SCOOP title in the heads-up event after a two-way chop: 1. RuiNF(Portugal) - $78,469.56 2. superkid-bam (Sweden) - $72,469.56 This was a pretty heavyweight fight, as the two PocketFivers have combined for nearly $7 million in tracked online poker MTT winnings. lukethafluke is currently #3 in the PocketFives Rankings, while RuiNF is #177, but was ranked as high as #10 in 2012. Each has over $2 million in winnings just on PokerStars, the largest online poker site in the world, with RuiNF being about $100,000 shy of $3 million. RuiNF earned his first SCOOP title in the process, while lukethafluke recorded his second top-three finish in a SCOOP tournament. The event took 14 hours to complete, so it was a marathon for everyone involved. If playing in SCOOP events sounds like a hoot, No Limit Single Draw 2-7, Pot Limit Omaha Heads-Up, and No Limit Hold'em Ante-Up events are all in store on Thursday. Each has low, medium, and high-stakes versions to suit your bankroll. Visit PokerStars for the full schedule. Finally, we should mention that PokerStars is hosting a special satellite to Event #30-M of SCOOP this Sunday, May 11. It's a $5.50 tournament that's open to anyone in the PocketFives community and the top 10 finishers will get tickets to Event #30-M. These tickets are in addition to the regular prize pool, so there's a ton of value to be had. If you don't already have a PokerStars account, sign up through the links on PocketFives and get a 100% up to $600 deposit bonus along with one free month of PocketFives Trainingwith no sign-up fee. Sign up here. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  3. Sweden's r4ndomr4gsbecame the #1 player in the PocketFives Poker Rankingsthis week. The Gothenburg resident moved up from #2 to #1 this week on the strength of a runner-up finish in the PokerStars Sunday 500 over the weekend for $44,000 and nearly 400 PLB Points. r4ndomr4gs has over $4 million in online MTT cashes, the largest of which was worth $174,000 and came via an ECOOP win in 2009. --- PocketFives' news coverage is brought to you by Betsafe, one of the leading suppliers of online gaming products worldwide and a major sponsor of Gumball 3000. Sign up now for great bonuses, €3,000,000 guaranteed monthly, and plenty of live events! --- r4ndomr4gs has 8,236 PLB Points, about 250 ahead of fellow Swede lukethafluke, who is in second place worldwide with 7,970. Three of the top four players in the PocketFives Rankings are from Sweden, which incidentally overtook Canada in the PocketFives' Country Poker Rankings for the top spot this week after briefly losing its stranglehold on #1. Austria's huiiiiiiiiii(pictured) moved up from #11 worldwide to #6. He has exactly 50 cashes already this month for a combined $47,000 and is closing in on 100 first place finishes for his career. If you're playing on Full Tilt, you can find the Austrian under the user name IneedMoneyXX. Jumping 17 spots to land at #25 was buckguy 2200, who was ranked as high as #11 earlier this year. The Playa del Carmen, Mexico poker player is about $100,000 away from $3 million in online scores and won the PokerStars Big $162 six days ago for $15,000. His largest score we've tracked came last December in a WCOOP Challenge win for $198,000. Latvia's sikosomatik moved up from #52 worldwide to #38, or 14 spots, after taking down the PokerStars.fr Sunday High Roller on June 8 and then finishing second in the PokerStars $215 Weekly Turbo four days ago for another $12,000. sikosomatik has $594,000 in online cashes and is the top-ranked player in Latvia. Debuting in the top 100 this week at #81 was Germany's nilsef, who won the PokerStars $109 No Limit Hold'em Turbo Cubed earlier this month for $10,000 and has 183 career wins. He is up to $2.7 million in online winnings and is the second-ranked player in Germany. Finally, we wanted to single out England's jenbizzle(pictured), who reached his highest position ever in the Rankings at #82. He has 47 tracked cashes this month for $37,000 total and, over his career, has taken down the PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up, Sunday Supersonic, Bigger $162, and Full Tilt $250,000 Guarantee, among other tournaments. He also won a SCOOP $215 No Limit Hold'em Four-Max event last month. Without further delay, here are the top 10 players worldwide in the Rankings this week, along with the PLB score for each: 1. r4ndomr4gs- 8,236 points 2. lukethafluke- 7,970 points 3. pleno1 - 7,823 points 4. VnilaVader - 7,772 points 5. p0cket00 - 7,618 points 6. huiiiiiiiiii- 7,185 points 7. TheLipoFund - 7,159 points 8. 810ofclubs - 7,149 points 9. TheClaimeer - 7,109 points 10. Flush_Entity - 7,067 points Congrats to all of our ranked members. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  4. It took all of one week for Sweden's Lukas lukethaflukeBerglund (pictured) to reclaim his spot atop the PocketFives Online Poker Rankings. Berglund was ranked #1 for one week from May 21 to 28 until fellow Swede r4ndomr4gs took over. Now, Berglund is back on top for the fourth time. Speaking of r4ndomr4gs, he didn't fall that far, dropping to #2 worldwide and trailing Berglund by fewer than 200 PLB Points. Swedes continue to be a force atop the Rankings, as a player from Sweden has been ranked #1 for all but five weeks since Christmas. Former #1 ranked p0cket00moved up from #19 worldwide to #5 this week on the strength of a win in the PokerStarsSuper Tuesday eight days ago for $106,000 and 747 PLB Points. That score was his second largest online tournament score ever, trailing only a bwin Grand XXXII victory two World Cups ago. Another Swede, lena900, moved up from #12 to #10, his highest position ever. He final tabled an FTOPS event in 2011 for $86,000, the largest cash we've tallied for him. He has 55 tracked victories, $2.4 million in winnings online, and plays on Full Tilt Pokerunder the user name whoozz. Sweden's Ariadosrose almost 30 spots at settle at #39 on the strength of a PokerStars $215 Rebuy win on June 1 for $16,000. Last month, he won the 888 Poker Mega Deep for $30,000 one week after finishing 12th in the SCOOP Main Event for $75,000. He is at $3.7 million in tracked scores. The rest of the top 100 was pretty stagnant this week, but we saw a huge jump from GM_VALTER (pictured), who reentered the top 100 at #63. The Brazilian was ranked as high as #21 on PocketFives in 2011 and final tabled the Sunday Second Chance over the weekend for $30,000 to help his cause. The same day, he took second in the Sunday Warm-Up for another $69,000, which meant a $100,000+ Sunday on PokerStars. Also jumping into the top 100 this week was Finland's gifuhorna, who is just a few thousand dollars away from hitting $2 million lifetime. Our #77 ranked player has spread his action pretty evenly across about a half-dozen online poker sites and amassed $854,000 on PokerStars alone. He is a three-time PocketFives Triple Crown winner whose last accolade came in January. Sweden has four members of the top 10 worldwide, including the top two, while Canada has three members of the top 10: 1. lukethafluke(Sweden) - 8,314 points 2. r4ndomr4gs(Sweden) - 8,141 points 3. pleno1 (UK) - 7,684 points 4.blanconegro (Canada) - 7,503 points 5. p0cket00(Canada) - 7,496 points 6. Flush_Entity (Canada) - 7,480 points 7. 810ofclubs (UK) - 7,408 points 8. VnilaVader (Sweden) - 7,389 points 9. TheLipoFund (Mexico) - 7,244 points 10. lena900(Sweden) - 7,222 points Congrats to all of our ranked players this week. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  5. The reign of Griffin Flush_EntityBenger at the top of the PocketFives Rankingslasted one week, as Lukas lukethaflukeBerglund (pictured) made it to #1 on Wednesday. It's Berglund's third time being the top dog on PocketFives and his first since March. The Swedish player was helped by a win in the Full Tilt Poker Sunday Brawl over the weekend for almost $50,000 and nearly 500 PLB Points. One day prior to winning the Sunday Brawl, Berglund emerged victorious from the pack in a PokerStars $215 Weekly Six-Max tournament for $20,000 and 326 PLB Points. So far in May, a month that's only three weeks old, Berglund has amassed $223,000 from 85 tracked online MTT scores, an average of $2,600 each. Benger, meanwhile, didn't fall very far, landing in third place. Joining Berglund and Benger in the top 10 are three new entrants this week, as tournaments during SCOOP have stirred the pot quite a bit. Patrick pleno1 Leonard (pictured) was among the newcomers, hopping from #23 to #6 after logging a half-dozen five-figure scores this month, three of which came from SCOOP events. Leonard is #1 in the UK. One of the largest jumps inside the top 100 went to Toby 810ofclubs Lewis, who moved from #42 to #7, or 35 spots, after he finished second in a SCOOP $1,050 No Limit Hold'em Wrap-Up event on Sunday for $214,000 officially and nearly 900 PLB Points. It was Lewis' second largest tracked score to date, trailing a quarter-of-a-million dollar haul in an FTOPS jersey bid in 2013. Vinkyy, who was #1 on our site last year, reappeared in the top 10 this week after being ranked #28 last week. Vinkyy earned nearly 1,000 PLB Points after a second place finish in a SCOOP $2,100 No Limit Hold'em Eight-Max event over the weekend, a cash that has inched him within $150,000 of $6 million in career online scores. Malta's lasagnaaammm entered the top 100 this week at #31 worldwide after a SCOOP victory last week in a $2,100 No Limit Hold'em Turbo Re-Entry tournament for almost $400,000 officially and 1,447 PLB Points. It was his third tracked score of over $200,000 and he'll look to improve on his all-time high ranking of #9, set earlier this year. Finally, we wanted to talk about Brazil's Marco Amtozza Tozzatto (pictured), who moved up 36 spots to #42 worldwide. He finished second in the SCOOP Super Tuesday eight days ago for $191,000 and 826 PLB Points and is the top-ranked player in the South American nation. Swedes hold three of the top four spots in the Rankings this week and six of the top 14. Here are the top 10 PocketFivers along with the PLB score for each: 1. lukethafluke- 8,378 points 2. r4ndomr4gs - 8,305 points 3. Flush_Entity - 7,732 points 4. VnilaVader - 7,652 points 5. blanconegro - 7,649 points 6. pleno1- 7,523 points 7. 810ofclubs- 7,388 points 8. huiiiiiiiiii - 7,342 points 9. Vinkyy- 7,339 points 10. Sheater - 7,229 points Congrats to all of our ranked players this week! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  6. After being as high as #2 in the PocketFives Poker Rankingsin 2011, Toby 810ofclubsLewis (pictured) is once again making a run at the top. This week, he moved up from #7 worldwide to #4 with 7,462 PLB Points. Lewis has $4.2 million in online winnings in his PocketFives profile, $2.5 million of which has come on PokerStars. The Brit hit it big last month in a SCOOP $1,050 Wrap-Up event for $214,000 after placing second. The score was worth 882 PLB Points and has helped him steadily climb his way toward the top of the Rankings. Lewis is the #2 ranked player in the United Kingdom and tops in the county of Hampshire. Longtime PocketFiver Mark dipthrong Herm moved up 17 spots and can currently be found at #20. Herm won the PokerStars $109 Turbo Cubed on PokerStars earlier this month for $10,000 and has $4.3 million in online scores. He was ranked as high as #5 in the world four years ago. The World Series of Poker in Las Vegas provided an opportunity for players to get a leg up on their peers who are camped out in the US, where sites like PokerStars and Full Tilt Pokeraren't available. Take Latvia's sikosomatik, for example, who rose 24 spots to settle at #52 on the strength of a win in the PokerStars.fr Sunday High Roller for $14,000 and 270 points. It was his fifth cash of at least $10,000 since the beginning of May. Gaining 25 spots in the Rankings this week was Portugal's rs23p5, who is #61 in the world and won the PokerStars Bigger $11 on Sunday for $20,000 and 420 points. He final tabled a SCOOP $2,100 Super Knockout last month for $43,000 and has six scores of at least $10,000 this year. rs23p5 is the second-ranked player in Portugal, where he lives in the northern city of Maia. Russia's veeea (pictured), who was ranked as high as #14 on PocketFives last year, reentered the top 100 at #77. He final tabled the PokerStars Sunday $100 Rebuy on the first day of June and has won three MTTs since then to bring his career total to 138 victories. He's at $2.6 million in winnings in his PocketFives profile and is #3 in Russia. One day before his country plays host to the World Cup, Brazil's joaomathias reentered the top 100 at #83, six spots behind veeea. He finished second in the Full Tilt Poker $250,000 Guaranteed last month for $38,000 and recorded three tracked wins last Sunday, including two PLO tournaments on PokerStars. Here are the top 10 players in the Rankings this week, along with the PLB score for each: 1. lukethafluke - 8,102 points 2. r4ndomr4gs - 8,094 points 3. pleno1 - 7,894 points 4. 810ofclubs- 7,462 points 5. p0cket00 - 7,460 points 6. VnilaVader - 7,263 points 7. Flush_Entity - 7,225 points 8. blanconegro - 7,179 points 9. TheLipoFund - 7,171 points 10. TheClaimeer - 7,160 points Congrats to everyone who is ranked! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  7. Last month, Sweden's Lukas lukethaflukeBerglund (pictured) took down the Full Tilt Poker Sunday Brawloutright for $49,000. He defeated over 1,200 entrants in the weekly tournament, which at the time was competing against the Spring Championship of Online Poker on Full Tilt's sister site, PokerStars. "It's nice to win a Sunday Major," Berglund told PocketFives, "but because of all of the SCOOP tournaments, I wanted to do well on Stars too. I would rather have won the $10K SCOOP Main Event than the Brawl." He said the latter comment with a smile. Berglund's SCOOP included a runner-up finish in a Heads-Up event for $58,000. The final table of the Brawl that week had four PocketFivers, including David Davidp18Peters and Vancouver's dirtybrasil, who finished eighth and fourth, respectively. "I have played with those two a lot and they played well," Berglund said of his fellow PocketFivers. "I think it was a pretty tough final table for a Sunday Major and I guess I was the one with the most luck." Berglund is ranked #2 on PocketFives right now, but he had popped up to #1 just after his Sunday Brawl victory. On being at the peak of the PocketFives Online Poker Rankings, he said, "It's always nice to be #1, especially after SCOOP, but the other guys I am competing with for #1 play a lot and win a lot, so it's not easy. I love winning and it's nice to be #1 at something." Berglund's largest online MTT score came in May 2013 in a SCOOP Super Knockout for $68,000. He has four scores of at least $50,000 and is closing in on $4 million in cashes in online MTTs. He plays as superkid-bam on PokerStars, where has $2.2 million in winnings. Swedes are #1, #2, and #4 worldwide in the Rankings. The Sweden pokercommunity has been a force to be reckoned with, so much so the Scandinavian nation (pictured) is currently tops in PocketFives' Country Poker Rankings. "We are pretty good at grinding a lot and playing MTTs," Berglund said. "We have to pay taxes outside of the EU when we play live, so because of that, I guess we focus more on online." The group also talks regularly, as Berglund explained, "I live in Stockholmand there a bunch of MTT regs living here, so we talk about poker. There is a big gang living in Gothenburgthat plays a lot too. We all take poker very seriously, which makes a big difference." Sweden is neck-and-neck with Canada for the top spot in the Country Poker Rankings. Berglund started playing poker when he was 18 and in school. After getting his education, he played poker full-time. He noted, "The Swedish system is a bit different than, let's say, the US system. Most people are not going to college directly after high school. You finish high school when you are 19 and most people travel or work for a while before going to college, so I didn't really do anything too differently." Berglund is not headed to Las Vegas for the ongoing World Series of Poker, whose Main Event begins on July 5 with the first of three starting days. Instead, he is off to EPT Barcelona, which starts in mid-August. Speaking of the live scene, the Swede has nearly a half-million dollars in cashes, according to the Hendon Mob, and is ranked #1,042 in the Global Poker Index. His largest live cash by far was worth $327,000 and came by virtue of a win in the WPT Spanish Championship in 2011. If you don't already have a Full Tilt Poker account, sign up through the links on PocketFives to get $25 free and one free month of PocketFives Trainingwhen you make a deposit. Get started by clicking here. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  8. It has been a rough go for #1 players in the PocketFives Online Poker Rankingsas of late. Since last October, no one has held the top spot on our leaderboard for more than four weeks and we have seen the guard change 17 times. This week, Sweden's r4ndomr4gs claimed the #1 spot for the first time ever. r4ndomr4gs received his $4 million cash badge on May 21 and won a SCOOP $2,100 NLHE Progressive Super Knockout for $150,000 and 906 PLB Points two weeks ago. All told in May, he has piled up a quarter-of-a-million dollars in tracked scores across 86 in the money finishes for an average of $2,900 apiece. This is his first stint at #1. After reentering his screen names into his PocketFives profile, TheLipoFund(pictured above) reentered the Rankings at #8, his highest position ever. He has $5.5 million in tracked cashes total, including a PokerStarsSuper Tuesday win and third place finish this year for $220,000 combined. He calls Mexico home and plays on 888 Pokerunder the user name weneedit. Shooting up from #34 to #9 this week was Bryan bparisParis, who was ranked #5 on PocketFives earlier this year. Paris won the Super Tuesday eight days ago for $108,000 and 758 PLB Points and took down the Full Tilt Sunday Mulligan over the weekend for $13,000 as a follow-up performance. He is just a few thousand dollars away from passing $7 million lifetime and has the seventh largest cash total of anyone on our site. Entering the top 100 at #56 in the world was Smurfehits, who final tabled the Sunday Million over the weekend for $106,000 and nearly 600 PLB Points. The Norway pokerplayer can be found under the user name fullhouseiiion PokerStars and generally plays as Smurfehits on other sites. He is the top-ranked Norwegian and once was as high as #28 on PocketFives earlier this year. Austria's Schildy1984 (pictured) moved up 29 spots to #59 this week and just hit $6 million in tracked scores. He finished second in the Sunday Brawl over the weekend and bagged $26,000. Last week, he won an FPS tournament on PokerStars.fr, which was good for $15,000 and 289 PLB Points. Schildy1984 is the fourth-ranked player in Austria and was #6 worldwide on PocketFives last year. After getting supplanted by Sweden for the top spot in the PocketFives Country Poker Rankings in February, Canada is making a comeback, holding three of the top nine spots worldwide. Sweden, by comparison, has three of the top five, including the top two. There are five countries represented in the top ten: 1. r4ndomr4gs(Sweden) - 8,342 points 2. lukethafluke (Sweden) - 8,149 points 3. Flush_Entity (Canada) - 7,678 points 4. blanconegro (Canada) - 7,604 points 5. VnilaVader (Sweden) - 7,498 points 6. 810ofclubs (UK) - 7,408 points 7. pleno1 (UK) - 7,397 points 8. TheLipoFund(Mexico) - 7,346 points 9. bparis(Canada) - 7,232 points 10. huiiiiiiiiii (Austria) - 7,199 points Congrats to all of our ranked players this week. 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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