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  1. [caption width="640"] Renato Akio Kaneoya took home the biggest win on the opening day of PokerStars' Turbo Championship of Online Poker (BSOP/PokerStars photo)[/caption] Last May, Brazilian players made headlines by dominating the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker and if the first two events of the 2017 PokerStars Turbo Championship of Online Poker are any indication, they just might do it again. Brazilian’s walked away with two of the five TCOOP titles won on Wednesday and added a third place finish in another event. The opening event, a $214 NLHE event with a $500,000 guarantee, drew 2,774 players with Brazilian Renato Akio ’kaneoya’ Kaneoya emerging victorious after just 6.5 hours of play. Kaneoya and ‘PeroQmaloSoy’ agreed to a heads-up deal that left just over $11,000 and the title to play for. Kaneoya eliminated ‘PeroQmaloSoy’ after just a few minutes of heads-up play to walk away with $75,711.11. Murilo 'Muka82' Figueiredo beat out 1,377 other players to win Event #2, $82 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo. He ended up with $10,577.03 in winnings including $2,553.91 from bounties. Figueiredo eliminated four players at the final table to boost his overall KO haul. Philip 'Philip' Jacobson finished us runner-up, but cashed for just $6,517.55 after collecting just $696.05 in bounties. Poland's ‘ratajpoker’ ended the Brazilian’s strong opening run with his win in Event #3, $80 No Limit Hold’em, but it almost became three straight for Brazil. When the final table began, ‘ratajpoker’ had over 31% of the chips in play but as the final table played out there was another player representing Brazil. After eliminating two other players at the final table, Luiz ‘AcesPheres’ Feres found himself still in contention three-handed. ‘ratajpoker’ held the chip lead, ‘pur3decided’ was third and ‘ Feres was in third when players finalized a deal that left $7,416 to play for. After getting $33,917.54 in the deal, Feres was quick to exit in third, thus ending the chances of 2017 TCOOP opening with three straight wins by Brazilian players. ‘ratajpoker’ eventually eliminated ‘pur3decided’ to win the first COOP title of his career and $45,797.35. Event #4, the lowest buy-in event of the opening day - a $27 Six Max No Limit Hold’em event, attracted 10,940 players with Lithunian ‘PokerFan_lol’ getting the win and the $18,568.31 first place prize money. He also earned an additional $3,757.36 in bounties. Hungarian ‘NorBaggio’ finished second for $12,132.27 and $4,339.61 in bounties. While Hungarian poker fans may have been disappointed to see ’NorBaggio’ fall short of winning their home country a COOP title, they didn’t have to wait too much longer to celebrate. ‘kZhh’ captured the final TCOOP event of the day after beating out 3,289 other players in Event #5, an $82 No Limit Hold'em Bubble Rush tournament. The win was worth $32,435.00 after the final three players agreed to a chop. TCOOP action continues on Thursday with five more events, including a $320 buy-in Fat Thursday Special Edition event with a $400,000 guarantee. Event #1 - $215 No Limit Hold'em (Ultra-Deep, Kickoff) 
Entries: 2,774 (2,263 entries, 511 re-entries) 
Prize pool: $554,800 Renato Akio ‘kaneoya’ Kaneoya - $75,711.11* 
PeroQmaloSoy - $64,081.10* 
sim.sut - $41,879.91
 Anil Kumar ‘BigBlufferAY’ Yadav - $30,112.04
 Jansons55 (Latvia) $21,650.79
 Andrew ‘achen’ Chen - $15,567.13 
Nathaniel ‘natfalber11’ Falber - $11,192.86 
LEHMATLENTAA - $8,047.76 
king_one862 - $5,786.39 Event #2 - $82 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo (Eight Max, 50% Progressive KO) 
Entries: 1,378 
Prize pool: $103,350 ($51,675 + $51,675 in bounties) Murilo 'Muka82' Figueiredo - $8,023.12 + $2,553.91 in bounties 
 Philip 'Philip' Jacobson - $5,821.50 + $696.05 in bounties 
 SemmelNy - $4,224.66 + $3,095.29 in bounties 
kolios - $3,065.84 + $82.03 in bounties ThomiDaHomi - $2,224.87 + $501.54 in bounties 
Chamäleon1 - $1,613.59 + $1,081.77 in bounties 
Boby Boom - $1,171.70 + $1,324.99 in bounties NikkiWolf - $850.30 + $674.37 in bounties Event#3 - $80 No Limit Hold'em 
Entries: 4,944 
Prize pool: $370,800 ratajpoker - *$45,797.35
 Michael ‘pur3decided’ Humphrey - *$36,743.06
 Luiz ‘AcesPheres’ Feres - *33,917.54 
Jesper8 - $18,654.68 
gunnersfun - $13,190.83 
IAmSoSo - $9,327.32
 YerSoLucky - $6,595.41 
daskalos20 - $5,663.66
 petrios1980 - $3,297.67 *denotes three-way deal Event #4 - $27 No Limit Hold'em (Six Max, Hyper-Turbo, 50% Progressive KO)
 Entries: 10,940
 Prize pool: $281,267.40 ($140,688.40 + $140,579 in bounties) PokerFan_lol - $18,568.31 + $3,757.36 in bounties
 NorBaggio - $12,132.27 + $4,339.61 in bounties
 Game-0ver901 - $7,930.50 + $875.78 in bounties
 swansfc_CJ - $5,183.93 + $779.97 in bounties 
Kairo90 - $3,388.57 + $1,413.37 in bounties
 sickhangover - $2,215.01 + $751.25 in bounties Event #5 - $82 No Limit Hold'em (Eight Max, Bubble Rush) Entries: 3,290 Prize pool: $246,750 kZhh - $32,435.00*
 GriffGolf13 - $23,812.29* 
Pascal "Päffchen" Hartmann - $22,698.32* 
LeROYal 09 - $12,874.82 
csikken - $9,177.61 
LeviTheKing1 - $6,542.13 
SimbaUp - $4,663.47
 Pumpingpoker - $3,324.26 *denotes three-way deal
  2. Saturday’s Turbo Championship of Online Poker action saw the Brazilians take yet another title, giving them a one-title TCOOP lead over both the Netherlands and Sweden overall. PokerStars Team Pro Kosei 'shinbunshi' Ichinose took home Saturday’s first TCOOP bracelet in the $215 buy-in HORSE event. Proving his skill in not just No Limit Hold‘em, but in a variety of games, the Japanese grinder rose to the top of a 374-player field, beating Canada’s ‘korjae’ heads-up for the title and a $13,673 score. Next on the schedule was Event #54, a $215 Pot Limit Omaha Heads Up tournament, which garnered just 350 entrants but exceeded its $50,000 guarantee by $20,000. After winning nine straight PLO Heads Up matches in a grueling nine-hour marathon, Australia’s ‘Anywhat’ emerged victorious, banking $13,613 after striking a deal with second place finisher ‘Mr.Andersen5’. PokerStars had some fun with the format in the Event #55 $82 No Limit Hold‘em Mixed Max Turbo tournament. Comprised of three parts, the event played through 24 levels of nine-player tables, followed by 22 levels of Six Max. The final sprint would take place at Three Max tables until a winner was crowned. Norway’s ‘Tinas21’ navigated the structure expertly, taking the title and a $24,069 chunk of the $140,625 prize pool. ‘eggabf’ of the Netherlands was right behind him, pocketing a $20,353 runner-up payday. Event #56 was the second of two tournaments in this year’s TCOOP to be decided by popular vote. The resulting “Players Voice” event was an $82 No Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Eight Max, Progressive KO (33%) tournament, which drew 1,107 and created an $83,025 prize pool. ‘271066’ of the Netherlands bested his final-table competition, which included Event #20 champ and countryman ‘Dhr. Awesome’, to win his first title and over $11,000 in prizes and bounties. The tournament that followed epitomized the “Turbo” aspect of the Turbo Championship of Online Poker. The final table of the No Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Six Max Hyper Turbo, Ultra Deep Win the Button tournament was played out in lightspeed. It only took Switzerland’s ‘Busyman919’ five minutes and 46 seconds to crush his five remaining competitors, winning or splitting 10 out of the 17 hands it took to play down to a winner. The Swiss grinder took home $15,966 for his efforts, leaving Sweden’s ‘WhatifGod’ in second place with an $11,177 prize. The last TCOOP title of the day was earned by Brazilian ‘Machadada RS' during the Event #58 $82 No Limit Hold‘em Saturday Speedway tournament. The win gave ‘Machadada RS’ a $42,932 payout, while putting Brazil in the lead for 2017 TCOOP titles, one more than both the Netherlands and Sweden. Event #53 - $215 HORSE Entries: 374 Prize pool: $74,800 Kosei ‘shinbunshi’ Ichinose $13,673.75 korjae $10,022.69 Gigaloff $7,346.60 Pokergenii $5,385.04 ASIAAN $3,947.22 DON CASTI $2,893.30 Andrew ‘UlDuffer’ Sweeney $2,120.78 Gambler4444 $1,554.52 Event #54 - $215 Pot Limit Omaha (Turbo, Heads Up) Entries: 350 Prize pool: $70,000 Anywhat $13,613.50* Mr.Andersen5 $11,586.50* karolukas263 $4,900.00 Ahhh ls lt? $4,900.00 MadsMP $2,730.00 ujhcrbq $2,730.00 vessarn $2,730.00 PokerLoans1 $2,730.00 *Denotes a two-way deal Event #55 - $82 No Limit Hold'em (Turbo, Mixed Max, Part Three: Three max) Entries: 1,875 Prize pool: $140,625 Tinas21 *$24,069.33 eggabf *$20,353.47 JTDStreet $9,387.63 *Denotes a two-way deal Event #56 - $82 No Limit Omaha Hi-Lo (Eight Max, Progressive KO 33%, Players’ Voice #2) Entries: 1,107 Prize pool: $83,025 271066 $8,984.27 + $1,950.84 in bounties mai0h123 $6,459.32 + $1,803.39 in bounties noeljohn $4,644.30 + $1,270.23 in bounties Lehis_69 $3,339.29 + $697.61 in bounties Dhr. Awesome $2,400.98 + $646.84 in bounties kalosVB $1,726.32 + $591.37 in bounties ImDaNuts $1,241.24 + $239.83 in bounties Vega Lyrae $892.46 + $791.74 in bounties Event #57 - $215 No Limit Omaha Hi-Lo (Six Max, Hyper, Ultra Deep, Win the Button) Entries: 432 Prize pool: $88,456 Busyman919 $15,966.40 WhatifGod $11,177.14 tonyk5432 $7,824.58 CavaloOoOo $5,477.62 TocalaSam $3,834.62 Ti0373 $2,684.44 Event #58 - $82 No Limit Hold‘em (Saturday Speedway SE) Entries: 4,003 Prize pool: $300,225 Machadada RS $42,932.55 Gymkhana1 $30,602.08 kiev545 $21,814.19 nana9192 $15,549.91 mih.mat $11,084.48 Chris 'ImDaNuts' Oliver $7,901.38 asgaran $5,632.37 Michael Keys $4,014.93 adler1270 $2,861.95

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