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  1. PocketFives.com world-ranked #1 Andras Nemeth had a Sunday to remember after the Hungarian cashed for over $450,000, following four final table appearances, and two gold medals. The current top two online players in the world faced off heads-up in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, and the match went as the rankings would have suggested. A $196,000 prize pool was created after 98 high rollers took their virtual seat and among the final nine were PokerStars Pro Igor Kurganov, 'C.Darwin2', 'hello_totti', 'omaha4rollz' and current world-ranked #3 Patrick Leonard. 'bigbluffzinc' departed
  2. The 2020 World Series of Poker on GGPoker is less than two weeks away and on Sunday some of the game's brightest stars appeared more than ready to get after a bracelet a two. Stephen Chidwick dominated on partypoker, earning wins in the High Roller Club The Big Game and $10,300 High Roller Club Mix-Max 2nd Chance beating 165 and 44 players respectively to win a total of $367,727.71. Chidwick wasn't the only high stakes regular who picked up a pair of wins on Sunday. Artur 'mararthur1' Martirosian beat out 99 other entries in the PokerStars $5,200 High Roller to win $88,459.85 and then
  3. 'Carnotaurus' had little reason to be disappointed that the partypoker POWERFEST schedule on Saturday included just four High Roller events. Outlasting 75 other players in the biggest buy-in event on the slate earned 'Carnotaurus' a nearly $38,000 influx to their bankroll. 'Carnotaurus' took down Event #130-HR ($2,100 Six Max PLO PKO) which came with $17,312.89 and another $20,559.09 worth of bounties. The final bounty they collected belong to runner-up 'ChinHauChu' who grabbed $17,297.64 and $7,171.59 in bounties. Third place finisher 'iMightPot' earned $10,649.38 and just $1,837.50 via bo
  4. Ole Schemion, Matthew Ashton, and Artur 'mararthur1' Martirosyan highlighted the 18 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker winners on a jam-packed Monday of action. Fresh off of a Poker Masters series where he had the fifth-highest net winnings, Artur 'mararthur1' Martirosyan went toe-to-toe with Fedor Holz in Event #17 High ($10,300 NLHE 8-Max High Roller) and came out on top. The win earned Martirosyan $271,790.44 while Holz picked up $210,580.76. Jorryt 'TheCleaner11' van Hoof continues to post results, this time walking away with $163,156.10 after coming in third. Schemion ea
  5. The heater for Russia’s Artur ‘marathur1’ Martirosyan continued on Thuraday as he bested the 144-entry field in Event #29-H ($5,200 NLHE Midweek Freeze) to capture the $157,426.77 first-place prize as well as his second title of the 2020 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. It was just three days ago that Martirosyan defeated the newly named GGPoker ambassador Fedor Holz in heads-up play at the end of Event #17-H ($10,300 NLHE 8-Max High Roller) for a $271,790.44 payday. His current SCOOP success has arrived on the back of a stellar performance in the recently completed Poker Mas

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