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  1. [caption width="640"] Mike 'Lav519' Lavenburg recently had his biggest live score to date in a Parx event.[/caption] The world of online poker can be a blurry and mysterious one, as a player can garner a following and reputation without anyone actually knowing who that player is. 'Isildur1' is and was the most well known case of that happening but when New Jersey online poker went live a few years ago, ‘mygame’, a player on WSOP.com and BorgataPoker.com, had the same anonymity. In a relatively small player pool, Mike Lavenburg was eventually identified as the player behind the super aggressi
  2. The Garden State Super Series was in its second week in New Jersey on PartyPoker/Borgata Poker. Winning his second event in the GSSS was Scott Sblum2711 Blumstein, who took down Event #14 High, a $20,000 Guaranteed 6-Max, for $4,443. Last Wednesday, Blumstein won Event #5 which was also a $20,000 Guarantee, for $3,679. Tommy Schenck (ThePimpOfPoker on PocketFives) won the PartyPoker/Borgata Poker $5,000 Guarantee on Wednesday and then followed it up with a second place finish in Event #16 of the GSSS for a total of $3,671. Making four final tables this week was Mike Lav519 Lavenburg
  3. Over the past few years, there hasn't been a more dominant player in the New Jersey online scene than Yong 'LuckySpewy1' Kwon. He's won a World Series of Poker bracelet, a pair of PokerStars New Jersey Championship of Online Poker titles, and a PokerStars New Jersey Spring Championship of Online Poker title and accumulated more than $3.2 million in earnings. And throughout most of that, he's been the #1-ranked online poker player in the United States. Kwon sits atop the USA rankings again after picking up eight qualifying cashes - four of them wins - in May and then kicking off June with
  4. Mike Lavenburg (Lav519on PocketFives, pictured) is better known as myGAMEin the New Jersey online poker community. The Montville resident fell in love with poker after seeing it air on ESPN during the Moneymaker boom. With over $70,000 in tracked online cashes, some of his accomplishments include four wins in the WSOP.com $10,000 Guarantee, one being a WSOPOC event, for a combined $12,832. PocketFives: When did you start playing poker? Mike Lavenburg: I started playing poker right after the Moneymaker boom. I remember watching it on ESPN and falling in love with the No Limit aspect
  5. In New Jersey this week, PartyPoker/Borgata Pokerran its $10,000 Nightly Guarantee. Sean Sisco (sisco on PocketFives) made two final tables this week in that tournament. On Monday, he finished in second place and then went on to win it on Wednesday for a total of $4,174. 888 Pokerfeatured a $1,500 Guarantee Deep Stack with 10,000 in starting chips. Making two final tables this week in it was Anthony Marchese (shipit1991 on PocketFives). Marchese finished in fourth place on Tuesday and then won it on Thursday, pocketing a total of $832. WSOP.comran its nightly $5,000 and $10,000 Guarantee

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