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  1. The penultimate day of partypoker POWERFEST action saw 13 players claim themselves a title. Dutch grinder 'Tom_Poker_NL' won the only High Roller event on the schedule, beating out 109 other players in Event #66 High Roller ($530 PKO, Fast, Mix Max) to win $12,814.74 including bounties. 'MartinMirellaSm' finished as runner-up for $9,331.03 while 'trackomat' ended up taking home $4,372.72 for a third place finish. It was also a big day for one of partypoker's newest ambassadors. Matthew Staples picked up his first POWERFEST title in Event #65 Medium ($33 Deep Turbo Eight Max) by outlastin
  2. Monday brought another full slate of online poker action courtesy of partypoker’s ongoing $20,000,000 guaranteed POWERFEST series. In total, 43 tournaments concluded on Monday with ‘SunTzu’ emerging as the day's biggest winner. They outlasted the 146 entries that registered for POWERFEST #17-SHR: $100K guaranteed [6-Max, PKO] to take home the $13,983.54 first-place prize. However, the real money for ‘SunTzu’ came by picking up an additional $21,566.06 in bounties, creating a total score of $35,550.14. Finishing right behind ‘SunTzu’ in this event was ‘Stolewon’ who earned $13,968.88 as the
  3. It was another action-packed day on the virtual felts as Day 5 of partypoker’s POWERFEST continued to deliver massive prize pools and big-time paydays. The largest payout of the day was handed out to ‘iRunStims’ who took down Event #43-SHR ($5,200 NLHE 8-Max). ‘iRunStims’ navigated the 101-entry field to capture the $123,725 first-place prize and the Super High Roller title. Settling for second place was ‘aaabbb’ who also walked away with a nice payday of $88,375. The longwinded screen name ‘kgroqigmqtbmqom’ just missed out on a POWERFEST title for the second day in a row, grabbing the bron
  4. 34 pounds. That’s all that separates Jamie Staples and his younger brother Matthew Staples from winning $150,000 of that sweet, sweet Bill Perkins money. As a reminder, the brothers were offered 50-1 odds by Perkins that the brothers couldn’t weigh within one pound of each other. Jamie weighed 305 at the time. Matthew was just 130 pounds. “I weighed in about six days ago and I was 212 pounds, and my brother was 178 (Monday) morning,” said the elder Staples. That means that by March 26 at 5 pm, the pair only have to work off 34 pounds. Originally, the brothers were trying to get to 180 poun
  5. After Day 1 of the 2019 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker yielded just three new champions, Day 2 gave us 12 champions including a long-time PocketFiver taking down a career-high score in the biggest event of the day. Russia's 'BilFray' beat Moritz 'MuckCallOK' Dietrich heads up in the Sunday Million Special Edition event after the two players agreed to a deal. 'BilFray' ended up taking home $175,632.72 while Dietrich had to settle for $145,084.74 as the runner-up. The previous best score for 'BilFray' came back in 2010 when he won $8,787 on Full Tilt Poker. Third place went
  6. Nominations for the second annual Global Poker Awards were announced on Friday with popular poker personality Joey Ingram leading the way with four nominations. The Global Poker Awards, slated to take place at the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas on March 6, celebrates the poker industry by recognizing the game of poker's top talent both on the felt and behind the scenes. This year, awards will be handed out in 19 different categories including two that are voted on by the fans. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="BetMGM NJ"] Multiple Nods Sixteen

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