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  1. As ever the biggest winner from this week’s Sunday Majors came from the Daddy of the Sunday Majors, the PokerStars Sunday Million, and it was old school online MTT grinder Matt 'OLD TIME GIN' Stone who scooped the biggie, adding $161,237 to his bankroll after topping the 5,971 strong field. It’s been a bountiful few weeks over at PokerStars for Canada’s no.7 who took down the $215 Sunday Warm Up $200,000 last weekend for $41,588 just 12 days after winning the $1,050 Super Tuesday for $54,731. This week’s Sunday Million nearly men were 'imas.jr' who placed second for $113,148 with 'ManDrake1317
  2. Sunday, September, 16 was the biggest day yet of the partypoker POWERFEST series as 13 champions were crowned including Ben Tollerene who took down the $5,200 No Limit Hold'em Championship Event. Tollerene took first place for $310,400 after he bested a 312 player field and a final table that featured some notable names. partypoker ambassador and recent MILLIONS Russia Main Event winner Anatoly 'NL_Profit' Filatov just missed out on a podium finish after he departed in fourth place for a six-figure score worth $114,660. The final three featured Tollerene, Jon Van Fleet and PocketFives #1-ra
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