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  1. This week's PokerStars Sunday Million saw three players turn $215 into over $100,000 after the final four agreed to a deal. 'Rohlik2' was awarded the biggest share of the $1,276,000 prize pool and banked $121,844, but it was 'Adam4_Condor' who took the first-place glory and netted $117,195 after the deal. 'Rohlik2' eventually departed in fourth-place with 'vidi.pkr' claimed the bronze medal in third for $89,558, which left 'nielssie88' to be the final player to fall from the 6,382-entry field and claim their prize of $109,027 as runner-up. Elsewhere, 'Sentapied99' achieved quite the feat
  2. This past Sunday in the world of online poker, a Brazilian scored his first six-figure cash, Jonathan 'apestyles' Van Fleet was back in the winner's circle, and Ole 'wizowizo' Schemion locked up two wins on PokerStars. Brazil's 'Giant_Santos' secured their first six-figure online cash after winning the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million for $102,920. The prize pool crept over the $1m guarantee after 10,204 entrants took part, and after the mammoth field had been reduced to just three a money-deal was agreed. 'tramonto85' took the second-largest share worth $68,851, but ultimately departed in th
  3. After the Spring Championship of Online Poker, Powerfest and 888poker's XL Inferno series all came to their conclusion last week the world of online poker saw its normal Sunday schedule resume once more this weekend. One player who showed no sign of slowing down was the UK's Michael Chi Zhang, who won the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for the second time this year. Zhang, who collected his first SCOOP title during this year's series after victory in Event #22-High, defeated 'shahter98' heads-up to bank $52,676, and repeat the feat he achieved back in January. The runner-up took away
  4. PocketFives all-time money list leader Chris 'Moorman1' Moorman took another step towards the $15 million online earnings accolade after taking down the PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up for $39,343. Moorman, who celebrated his 28th triple crown last week, is now just over $250,000 away from becoming the first player to hit the $15 million mark. The Brit continued his excellent form into the Sunday Majors by defeating former Sunday Million runner-up 'dennysramos2' heads-up to claim his 360th recorded victory and extends his lead over Nicolas 'PokerKaiser' Fierro, atop the all-time money list.
  5. Ole ‘wizowizo’ Schemion secured his second win of the series on Day 11 of the 2018 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker as 'OLD TIME GIN' banked a massive $205,828. Just days after picking up a score of $283,260 for winning Event #32-High ($10,300 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha High Roller), Schemion once again finished at the top of the field as he took down Event #36-High ($530 Deep Stacks No Limit Hold'em) and won $85,080 in the process. There was a final table reunion of sorts for Schemion and his fellow pro David 'dpeters17' Peters after both players made it to the final eight of
  6. Michiel 'treg' Brummelhuis was the big winner on the first Saturday of the 2018 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker series after he defeated Austria's Linus 'LLinusLLove' Loeliger to earn $194,883. Event #21 (High) saw 552 entrants create a $1,104,000 prize pool after they all stumped up the $2,100 buy-in. Once the final nine came together and the play resumed PocketFivers 'skyboy69', and Andrei 'ragaaaila19' Boghean was eliminated in eighth and sixth place, and took away $24,976 and $44,921 respectively. Ben 'Ben86' Tollerene, who won the PokerStars $2,100 High Roller last Sunda
  7. Last month, the United Kingdom's Michael Chi mczhangZhang (pictured) came away with the win in the 888 Poker Mega Deep and booked a $25,000 payday. There were 783 entrants that week at a buy-in of $215 each, meaning the prize pool swelled to $156,000. "I've been waiting for a big score for a while," Zhang told PocketFives. "It's good not to blow up between eighth and 14th places like most times." Well said. It was the 20th online MTT win we've tracked for him and PocketFivers scooped 44% of the Mega Deep's prize pool. Just before the final table, Zhang mixed his game up a bit. He got
  8. Filipe 'Zagazaur' Oliveira didn't take home the biggest score in Wednesday's PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker winners, but the Portuguese poker pro did grab most of the attention after winning his third title in five days. Oliveira beat out 66 other players to take down Event #49 High ($2,100 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw) for $40,200. This victory comes just two days after he shipped Event #41 High for $359,309.64 and five days after he won Event #28 (Medium) for $185,467.46. Runner-up 'cartoon2387' earned $26,800 as the runner-up and 'XD89lol' banked $20,100 for finishing in third

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