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  1. Steve 'MrTimCaum' O'Dwyer is one of those guys that the casual poker fan might not be too familiar with, but anyone who checks out major tournament results even semi-regularly has seen him at the top of the standings many, many times. His latest triumph: taking the crown at the Asia Championship of Poker Macau $500,000 Super High Roller Event, good for HK $14,050,000, or about USD $1,811,638. PocketFives' news coverage is brought to you by William Hill Poker, one of the largest skins on the iPoker Network. The poker room offers a generous welcome package including a 200% deposit bonus up to $2,000 and a superb VIP program. PocketFivers will love playing in the site's €1 million guaranteed iPOPS series, which runs through November 9. Visit William Hill today! --- As one would expect, the final table was full of strong players, including Daniel Colman, Davidi 'legrouzin' Kitai, Joseph 'subiime' Cheong, Ryan Fee, and Connor 'blanconegro' Drinan. Colman eliminated Kitai in eighth place and it was beginning to look like he might take yet another big event, but he soon made the tactical error of moving all-in pre-flop with A-K against O'Dwyer's aces, a move that went exactly how you thought it would. The emotionless poker player was gone in seventh place. Kitson Kho was next out in sixth place, followed an hour later by Cheong in fifth. Four-handed, Pratyush Buddiga had the lead with 17 million in chips, while the other three players – O'Dwyer, Drinan, and Fee – all had in the 11 million range. After being crippled, Drinan was all-in pre-flop, facing both Buddiga and O'Dwyer for his tournament life. Eventually, O'Dwyer was the only one left in the hand, having turned a flush. Drinan had a chance at a better flush on the river, but couldn't get it and was gone in fourth place. Surprisingly, despite how well he was doing, Buddiga was eliminated just minutes later, sending O'Dwyer into heads-up play with a massive chip lead on Fee, 36 million to 15 million. Fee put up a fight, but was unable to get over the top. According to the PokerStars Blog, on the final hand, Fee bet 1.3 million in chips pre-flop, O'Dwyer called, and the two saw a flop of Q-9-7. O'Dwyer checked, Fee bet 1.6 million, and O'Dwyer called. O'Dwyer again checked the 3 on the turn and called when Fee bet 4 million. Another check by O'Dwyer when a 5 was dealt on the river prompted Fee to move all-in for about 10 million. O'Dwyer thought about it for ages before making the call, showing Q-8 for top pair. Fee had just 6-5 for a pair of fives and was knocked out in second place. This was the largest cash of O'Dwyer's live tournament career, beating his $1,604,972 victory in the 2013 European Poker Tour Grand Final. Perhaps surprisingly, despite a large number of final table appearances in big tournaments, he has never won a World Series of Poker bracelet or a WPT title. His more than $7.2 million in live earnings is likely a nice consolation, though. O'Dwyer has also been an excellent online poker tournament player. Playing under the screen name MrTimCaum, he has won over $2 million in publicly tracked tournaments on both PokerStarsand Full Tilt Poker. He has been ranked as high as 155th in the PocketFives Poker Rankings and is currently sitting in 466th place. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  2. Earlier this month, Jon apestylesVan Fleet (pictured) ran away with the win in the Full Tilt Sunday Brawl and took home $22,000. In the process, he defeated a field of 533 entrants and a final table loaded with former World Series of Poker bracelet winners and European Poker Tour champions. "It was a really nice week overall," Van Fleet told PocketFives in an exclusive interview. "I had a few other scores and one close finish, so it felt great to close one out. I've never won the Brawl before. It's always nice to have a good run before SCOOP because SCOOP has the potential to go really badly or really well." Let's get to the final table now. The group included David BakesBaker, who finished in sixth place, and Steve MrTimCaumO'Dwyer, who took third. The latter won the EPT Grand Final Main Eventtwo years ago for $1.6 million and followed that up with an ACOP victorya year-and-a-half later for another $1.8 million, among other scores. Baker has two WSOP bracelets, which came in 2010 and 2012, and almost $3 million in live tournament winnings. "Both of those guys have been around for a long time, winning for a long time, both live and online, and they continue to adjust to beating the game," Van Fleet said of his two competitors. "Come to think of it, it was kind of an old school final table. I remember I always thought MrTimCaum (pictured) was really good and his results didn't match his talent. Then he went on a mega-heater and I wasn't surprised." Van Fleet disposed of Baker from the final table after Baker put his last eight big blinds in with pocket tens from the cutoff and Van Fleet called from the small blind with K-J offsuit. He said, "It was a marginal call with ICM. However, strategically, if I won the pot, I would become the chip leader and have leverage over the table. If I lost the pot, I would stay in second in chips, so losing didn't change much for me." O'Dwyer, meanwhile, had position on Van Fleet throughout the tournament and played solidly. "Generally, Steve was playing a passive and trappy style versus me, which is a good adjustment," the eventual Sunday Brawl winner said. So what are Van Fleet's plans for the money? He has been highly successful over the years, but told us he has learned an important lesson: "In the past, I used to spend money on fancy stuff that doesn't retain any value. I'm shifting my views towards money. I don't want expensive watches or cars. I respect the guy who has millions and doesn't have to show it off." He even made a "Duck Tales" reference to explain what he's doing with the cash: "The money is going into the vault in all gold coins so I can swim in it like Scrooge McDuck." Love it. Van Fleet has been a member of PocketFives since 2005, our very first year in business. Nowadays, he is saving up for property and learning about investing when he's not playing cards. And like other US PocketFivers, Van Fleet is getting into daily fantasy sports on sites like FanDueland DraftKings. "My life is really full," he told us. "I take on a lot of projects and coaching and feel it helps me grow as a player and as a teacher. I try to strike a balance with outdoor stuff like hiking, community service, and yoga. I'm roommates with Adam Roothlus Levy and we'll probably play some basketball at some point. I just got back heavily into fitness, but the problem is I love to eat." Van Fleet is about to give it the old college try on a new adventure as well, as he's doing a 10-day Vipassana silent retreat. We're fairly certain that much meditation is involved. No talking is permitted during the retreat. Also banned are electronics and books. He closed by sending a shout out to poker mind coach Elliot Roe. "I think one major reason people don't stick around in poker is that the mental leaks are hard to fix and this game can make you go crazy," Van Fleet argued. "I would definitely recommend getting some help with the mental aspects. It can improve the rest of your life as well. The swings and isolation of being a professional online poker player can be really tough to handle." Congrats to Van Fleet on beating a few old school players en route to a Sunday Brawl title! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  3. Highly successful PocketFiver Steve MrTimCaumO'Dwyer (pictured) can add another feather to his cap. On Thursday, he won the $100,000 Super High Roller at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure in the Bahamas for $1.8 million. He told PCA officials, "I ended Day 1 not very happy about it and now I've ended the tournament feeling pretty good about it. I don't really care about the money ever. I just want to play against the best players and prove to myself that I can do this at the highest level." Prove it at the highest level he did. O'Dwyer outlasted a record-setting field of 50 players (66 total entries) in the Super High Roller just three months after taking down the Super High Roller at APPT Macau for another $1.8 million. Here's how the leaderboard in the Bahamas looked: 1. Steve MrTimCaumO'Dwyer - $1,872,580 2. Roger Sippl - $1,344,420 3. Bryn BrynKenney Kenney - $873,880 4. Sorel Imper1um Mizzi - $659,400 5. Christoph Vogelsang - $512,160 6. Sam Pudge714 Greenwood - $396,920 7. Andrew good2cu Robl - $313,700 8. Scott Seiver - $243,280 9. Jake Schindler - $185,660 O'Dwyer is up to $9.1 million in career live tournament scores, according to the Hendon Mob, and has already matched his total winnings from 2014 just a week into 2015. He has been in the top 100 of poker's money list every year since 2011 and is #62 all-time. He has a dozen scores of at least $100,000 over his career: December 2009: WPT Five Diamond, 6th place for $202,000 July 2011: Bellagio Cup VII, 1st place for $259,000 September 2011: EPT London Main Event, 2nd place for $726,000 December 2011: WPT Venice, 2nd place for $128,000 February 2012: WPT Denmark, 1st place for $213,000 May 2012: WPT Championship, 5th place for $192,000 October 2012: WSOP Europe €51,000 Re-Entry, 7th place for $169,000 March 2013: EPT London Main Event, 5th place for $219,000 May 2013: EPT Grand Final Main Event, 1st place for $1.6 million August 2013: EPT Barcelona Super High Roller, 3rd place for $475,000 November 2014: APPT Macau Super High Roller, 1st place for $1.8 million January 2015: PCA Super High Roller, 1st place for $1.8 million Online, O'Dwyer has over $2 million in career tournament winnings and is fresh off a second place finish in the PokerStarsBigger $162 on December 28 for $39,000. His largest online cash was worth $93,000 and came in 2009 in the Full Tilt $1K Monday. Congrats to O'Dwyer on his win! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  4. Longtime PocketFiver Steve MrTimCaumO'Dwyer (pictured) hit it big on Thursday, winning the EPT Prague Super High Roller Event after a heads-up chop for $816,000. He's the first person to win multiple EPT Super High Roller Events. There were 56 entries into the tournament and the 33-year-old also won the Super High Roller in the beginning of 2015 in the Bahamas, which had a $100,000 buy-in. O'Dwyer passed $12 million in live tournament winnings for his career, according to the Hendon Mob, and before he won the Super High Roller in the Czech Republic, he was #4 in the Global Poker Index. According to PokerStars, which runs the EPT, O'Dwyer has won almost $5 million in the last 12 months alone. In Prague, he dealt heads-up with fellow PocketFiver Sam Pudge714 Greenwood, who took home $703,000. As PokerStars relayed, "The pair cut a heads-up deal during the dinner break, leaving most of the money locked up and playing for just €22,000, the trophy, the title, and Global Poker Index points." Last month, O'Dwyer took fourth in the APPT Macau Super High Roller for $343,000. In October, he won an eight-max event in Malta for $360,000. In August, O'Dwyer final tabled the EPT Barcelona Super High Roller and put back $249,000. Therefore, he has logged six-figure scores in four of the last five months. Incredibly, the EPT Prague Super High Roller was almost O'Dwyer's fourth million-dollar-plus score of his career. Here are the three seven-figure cashes he's had: January 2015 - $1.8 million for winning the PCA Super High Roller November 2014 - $1.8 million for winning the ACOP Super High Roller May 2013 - $1.6 million for winning the EPT Grand Final Main Event O'Dwyer has been a member of PocketFives since 2005, our very first year, and has $2.3 million in online winnings that we've tracked. His largest in the money finish online came after taking down the Full Tilt $1K Monday in 2009 for almost $100,000. Here were the EPT Prague Super High Roller final table finishers: 1. Steve MrTimCaumO'Dwyer - €746,543 2. Sam Pudge714Greenwood - 643,607 3. Igor Kurganov - €376,400 4. Dzmitry Urbanovich - €285,000 5. Thomas Muehloecker - €220,500 6. Daniel Dvoress - €172,100 7. Luuk Gieles - €137,140 8. John Juanda - €107,550 Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. Image courtesy Neil Stoddart
  5. Movers & Shakers takes a look into those PocketFives members that have made big moves in the top 100 of the online poker rankings. The most high-profile moves in the rankings belong to two very notable players, Steve 'MrTimCaum' O'Dwyer and Alex 'SploogeLuge' Foxen, but the biggest move within the top 100 was that of Arturs 'ARTSchGamble' Scerbaks. Steve 'MrTimCaum' O’Dwyer (#7) Climbs in Top 10 Whether it’s live or online, Steve 'MrTimCaum' O'Dwyer has been on top form as of late, and his rise three spots within the top 10 are evidence of his recent success, as O'Dwyer went from being #10 to #7. O'Dwyer closed out November with a $31,450 win on partypoker in the High Roller Club: $1,050 Super Tuesday, $150K Gtd for 394.97 points and earned a third-place finish for $18,758 and 220.07 points in the PokerStars High Roller Club: $530 Sunday 500, $100K Gtd, among other decent results. O'Dwyer has carried that momentum into December with a handful of deep runs in high roller events around the online world, including two seventh-place finishes. The first came on PokerStars when O'Dwyer took seventh in the High Roller Club: $1,050 Sunday Supersonic [6-Max, Hyper-Turbo], $150K Gtd for $9,111 and 161.43 points. He then took seventh in the partypoker Sunday Super High Roller: $200K Gtd for $11,700 and 168.27 points. Moving to #7 in the rankings is an all-time high for O'Dwyer, who is currently the #1-ranked player in Ireland. Alex 'SploogeLuge' Foxen (#23) Up Nine Spots Despite all of the live tournament poker going on in the world, Alex 'SploogeLuge' Foxen has put in a ton of volume in the online realm and his rise of nine spots to #23 is the result. Foxen recently won the PokerStars $1,050 High Roller Club Sunday Supersonic for $43,057 and 468.43 points as November came to a close. Since that score, Foxen has earned three more five-figure results. The most recent of the three came to kick off December for Foxen, when he won the PokerStars High Roller Club: $1,050 Daily Warm-Up [8-Max], $100K Gtd for $25,578 and 333.17 points. Foxen's new position at #23 in the world is an all-time high. Arturs 'ARTSchGamble' Scerbaks (#42) with Big Leap Arturs 'ARTSchGamble' Scerbaks has the biggest jump as of late, climbing 48 spots to #42 on the rankings. Thats a new all-time high for Scerbaks, who is currently ranked the #1 player in Germany. Whereas some of the more notable names on the rankings, such as O’Dwyer and Foxen, may get sucked away from online play with all of the live poker going on at the moment, Scerbaks is grinding hard. He’s already landed 55 cashes in December, including a third-place result on December 9 worth $20,957 and 231.34 points from the partypoker Sunday High Roller Bounty Hunter: $200K Gtd [Mix-Max]. Scerbaks also won the PokerStars $109 Sunday Starter, $25K Gtd for $5,627 and 172.05 points on the same day, topping a field of 296 entries in that one. 'Kot_spartac' (#29) Also Earns All-Time High The theme of this Movers & Shakers is obvious, isn't it? The players already talked about are at new all-time highs on the rankings, and 'Kot_spartac' can join them in the feat. The current #3-ranked player in Russia is at #29 overall and that’s the highest he’s ever been. Just about halfway through December, 'Kot_spartac' has had himself quite the month, with four victories and four five-figure paydays. On December 2, 'Kot_spartac' won the PokerStars Hotter $215, $75K Gtd for $18,402 and 322.49 points. On December 6, he took down the PokerStars High Roller Club: $1,050 Thursday Thrill [Progressive KO], $200K Gtd for $22,378 and 333.17 points. That same day, he also won the partypoker High Roller Bounty Hunter: $50K Gtd for $15,687 and 270.72 points. A few days later, on December 9, ‘Kot_spartac’ finished second in the partypoker Sunday Bounty Hunter: $100K Gtd for $12,273 and 228.44 points. 'Inhoo' (#37) Rises 18 Spots, Earns $10M Badge A former #2-ranked player in the world, Sweden’s Robin 'Inhoo' Ylitalo is currently ranked #7 in his country and has moved up 18 spots to his current worldwide spot of #37. For Ylitalo, it’s been all about volume in the first two weeks of December, as he’s piled up 85 cashes already this month. His biggest score came from a second-place finish in the PokerStars High Roller Club: $1,050 Wednesday HR [8-Max], $100K Gtd on December 5 for $18,451 and 208.63 points. The biggest story for Ylitalo isn’t that he climbed 18 spots to #37, but rather that his recent success has pushed him over the $10 million mark in online tournament winnings and awarded him as the 15th player to achieve the PocketFives $10 Million Badge.
  6. Online poker is a global game with players logging on and grinding from every part of the world. Every country has a #1-ranked player and here we take a look at some of those that lead the way in their home countries. Steve ‘MrTimCaum’ O’Dwyer - Ireland It’s hard to fathom that Steve 'MrTimCaum' O'Dwyer, one of the most feared high-rolling tournament beasts in the world, could find something new to achieve in poker. In 2018 he not only conquered the nosebleed live MTT scene he also, for the first time, he also cracked the worldwide top-10 online rankings. Currently sitting at a career-high ranking of #10, his second time touching that mark this year, he has taken over as the #1-ranked player in his adopted home country of Ireland. Not your typical online grinder, O’Dwyer gets his online volume when he can. More specifically, when he’s not traveling the world earning six and seven-figure sums. This year he’s been able to find a little time each month to steadily put in volume. The result has him eclipsing the $5 million in lifetime earnings mark. Combined with his live earnings, O’Dwyer has earned more than $30 million from the game of poker. In November, O’ Dwyer has made his presence felt online, regularly playing in the highest stakes tournament available. He’s managed three four-figure scores one of which was a victory in the November 20 edition of the PokerStars High Roller Club $1,050 Super Tuesday for $31,451 and 394.97 points. With a few weeks left in 2018, should O’Dwyer continue to splash around in the new slate of daily high rollers, he may find himself peaking above his current worldwide standing. Bruno ‘brunovolks’ Volkmann - Brazil Hailing from Santa Catarina, online tournament pro Bruno ‘brunovolks’ Volkmann has surged in the rankings this month to become the new #1-ranked player in all of Brazil. His recent heater has not only allowed him to become the top grinder in his home country but he has also spiked a new career-high worldwide ranking, landing at #16 in the world this week. In the month of November, he has put in a healthy amount of volume, recording 87 cashes. Of those, five were good for podium finishes and seven were PLB qualifying scores. One of the highlights of his month came in the November 12 edition of the PokerStars High Roller Club $530 Daily 500. He defeated a field of 119 to take home just over $13,000 and 243.93 PLB points. Earlier in the month, he put together a runner-up run in the bwin.com Sunday Main Event for $20,991 and another 270.58. Volkmann has also just recently vaulted past the $4 million lifetime earnings marker, making 2018 a career year for the Brazilian. Ramiro ‘Ramiro’ Petrone - Argentina It’s hard to remember a time that Argentina’s #1-ranked Ramiro ‘Ramiro’ Petrone was not near the top of the rankings. A PocketFiver for less than to two years, he’s has continued to put up huge scores and keep himself in the top-10 mix. In 2018, Petrone made a push to top the worldwide rankings, reaching as high as #3 in the world. He currently rests ranked at #7. Petrone likes to put in big-time volume and this November is no different. So far, he amassed 108 total cashes to date for a total of over $180,000. He’s put together multiple five-figure scores including a victory in the November 4 edition of the partypoker Sunday Bounty High Roller for $17,281 and 235.27 PLB points. Just four days later, he returned to the site to take down the BIG Bounty High Roller for another $18,739 and 287.25 PLB points. This year has been a standout one for Petrone. He collected his largest career score with his runner-up finish in the PokerStars TCOOP Twin Main Event (Event #72) to take home a massive $282,436. How dominant is Petrone in Argentina? Well, he’s likely to be the #1 ranked pro there for some time as he’s 4600 PLB points ahead of ‘sonmo’, the next closest player. Nedelcu ‘Narcusus90’ Narcis - Romania The #1-ranked player in all of Romania is Bucharest resident Nedelcu ‘Narcusis90’ Narcis. The longtime PocketFiver is currently ranked #39 in the world and is headed to surpassing his previous rankings high of #32, which he last held in 2015. Narcis has had a dominant November by any standard. He cashed in 115 tournaments for a total of roughly $150,000. He has 12 PLB qualified cashes, five five-figure scores, and 21 podium finishes. Some of his highlights include a victory in the November 20 edition of the PokerStars High Roller Club $530 Daily SuperSonic for over $19,000. On November 14 he took down another PokerStars High Roller Club for another $18,496, in a 24 hour-period where he won three tournaments and took third in another. With the amount of volume Narcis puts in, there’s an outside chance, as he currently sits as $2.88M in lifetime earnings, that he could hit $3 million by the end of the year. If not in 2018, he’ll for sure see the new milestone in the first couple of months of 2019. ‘etxnl01’ - The Netherlands With over $1.6 million in lifetime scores, The Netherlands’ #1-ranked grinder is ‘etxnl01’. An online pro for roughly five years, the player who goes by his shortened moniker ‘etx’ build his roll up from the micro stakes and now can be found mixing it up in some of the largest online tournament available. His day-to-day schedule consists of many mid-stakes contests and he regularly puts up four-figure cashes. In November, ‘etx’ has posted over 80 cashes for a total of nearly $35,000. He had five podium finishes and his highlight score was a final table finish in the November 10 edition of the PokerStars High Roller Club $530 Daily 500 for $5,431. “I’m definitely happy with being ranked number one in The Netherlands right now on PocketFives,” ‘etx’ said in a recent interview. “But I also still look at the other rankings, like the general rankings, hoping to climb them and become a better player as well.” A new, in-depth profile on The Netherlands' ‘etxnl01’ is available on PocketFives right now.
  7. For all that Steve O'Dwyer has accomplished in his poker career, both live and online, he has never managed to win a PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker title. That all changed on Wednesday when he took down a Super High Roller event for the second-largest score of his online career. O'Dwyer beat former #1-ranked Andras 'probirs' Nemeth heads-up to win Event #52 High ($25,000 NLHE Super High Roller) outright to earn $521,597.77 and his first SCOOP title. O'Dwyer's only bigger online score came in 2018 when he won the partypoker Powerfest Super High Roller Championship event for $896,610. Nemeth earned $403,096.26 for his runner-up performance and narrowly missed out on a two-title day. Nemeth won Event #52 Medium ($2,100 NLHE) for $157,734.78 to push his winnings for the day to more than $560,000. Chun Lei 'SamRostan' Zhou finished in third place for $311,516.98. A pair of former #1-ranked players battled for the title in Event #53 High ($2,100 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha 8-or-better). Patrick 'pads1161' Leonard outlasted Yuri 'theNERDguy' Dzivielevski heads-up to win the second SCOOP title of his career and $52,605.66. Dzivielevski took home $40,345.85 for his runner-up performance and fellow Brazilian Murilo 'Muka82' Figueiredo came in third place for $30,943.24. England's Tyler 'wonderboy222' Goatcher shipped Event #54-High ($1,050 NLHE) to add $107,503.65 to his bankroll. Joris 'BillLewinsky' Ruijs ended up with $80,159.99 as the runner-up and 'IDontBlufM8' earned $59,771.46 as the bronze medalist. Other players who picked up SCOOP titles on Wednesday included 'O''Pazzzo"' (Event #52-L), 'Kashmir_uzi' (Event #53-L), Tobias 'Senkel92' Leknes (Event #53-M), 'dmgs81' (Event #54-L), and 'vivaodesemprego' (Event #54-M). Event #52-H: $25,000 NLHE Super High Roller Entries: 89 Prize pool: $2,182,725 Steve 'Mr. Tim Caum' O'Dwyer - $521,597.77 Andras 'probirs' Nemeth - $403,096.26 Chun Lei 'SamRostan' Zhou - $311,516.98 Joao 'Naza114' Vieira - $240,743.65 Talal 'raidalot' Shakerchi - $186,049.14 VbV1990 - $143,780.89 Ole 'wizowizo' Schemion - $111,115.32 Fedor 'CrownUpGuy' Holz - $85,871.02 Event #53-H: $2,100 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha 8-or-better Entries: 117 Prize pool: $234,000 - Patrick 'pads1161' Leonard - $52,605.66 Yuri 'theNERDguy' Dzivielevski - $40,345.85 Murilo 'Muka82' Figueiredo - $30,943.24 Little Kraut - $23,731.90 guilherme12 - $18,201.17 Joao 'Naza114' Vieira - $13,959.38 Event #54-H: $1,050 NLHE Entries: 609 Prize pool: $609,000 wonderboy222 - $107,503.65 BillLewinsky - $80,159.99 IDontBlufM8 - $59,771.46 dulek_jason - $44,568.69 mjw006 - $33,232.70 MASUR0N1KE - $24,780.02 Tr!pleeeee - $18,477.23 RUNITSRANN - $13,777.58 anteen - $10,273.28

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