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  1. [caption width="640"] Jesse ‘Rou$ey’ Elliott wrapped up 2016 NJCOOP by winning the Main Event, his second win of the series (Borgata photo)[/caption] The first ever PokerStars New Jersey Championship of Online Poker finished up this week after over two weeks of exciting action. In total, 43 events were played with over $1,200,000 in guarantees up for grabs. The action culminated on October 31 when Jesse ‘Rou$ey’ Elliott took down the $500 buy-in, $200,000 Guarantee No Limit Hold‘em Main Event for $38,380. Elliott earned the title after defeating a final table that included Darren ‘oldm
  2. The inaugural PokerStars New Jersey Championship of Online Poker kicked off with a bang last week and has so far proven a big success, beating nearly every one of its guarantees. While 19 events have been checked off the schedule so far, players still have plenty more chances to get in on the action. That includes the festival’s much-anticipated $500 buy-in, $200,000 No Limit Hold‘em Main Event, which plays out on October 30-31. ‘FIGHT_4_F00D’ took the honor of winning the very first NJCOOP title after besting a field of 176 in the $100 buy-in No Limit Hold’em Warm-Up. The New Jersey gri
  3. For the second time in two days, 'loosebad' found himself heads-up for a New Jersey Championship of Online Poker title on Saturday and just like Friday night, he finished one spot shy. 'LINSANITYY' came out on top of the 124-player field to win Event #39 ($300 Six Max No Limit Hold'em) for $9,027.20 while 'loosebad' ended up earning $6,076. Daryl 'jordanofpkr' Black took home $4,513.60 for finishing in third place. The other title won on Saturday went to 'jumbomom5' after he outlasted 239 other players in Event #40: $75 Zoom No Limit Hold'em. He earned $3,150.81 while 'quadman7750' score
  4. Three-quarters of the way through the New Jersey Championship of Online Poker, 'SaucyPaws' had gotten as close as a player can to winning a title without winning it not just once, but twice. That all changed on Wednesday night as 'SaucyPaws' beat Michael 'J3tBl@ckP0pe' Gagliano heads-up to win Event #33 ($200 No Limit Hold'em [Win the Button]) for $5,136.92. Gagliano, who already has two titles this NJCOOP, earned $3,907.52 for his runner-up finish. Edwin 'GiantGeniu$' Roman banked $2,972.40 for coming in third place. 'PokrStarsWIN' outdueled 'Big Chips79' to take down Event #33 ($25 No
  5. The 2018 edition of the New Jersey Championship of Online Poker is entering its final weekend but not before handing out a couple more titles on Thursday evening. Michael 'DellaBarca7' DellaBarca started things off by coming out on top of the 60-player field in Event #35 ($50 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha [w/rebuys]) to pocket $2,866.51. Runner-up 'laura33188' earned $1,911. Daniel Lupo, currently the #2-ranked player in New Jersey, finished third for $1,433.25. Lupo has picked up 13 NJCOOP cashes this year, including two wins, a runner-up finish and two third-place results. 'UIGEA2016' picked
  6. The opening days of the third annual PokerStars New Jersey Championship of Online Poker had one of the regions top-ranked players walking away with a $30,000 trip to the Bahamas. Anthony 'FlawlessBINK' Maio beat out 408 other players to win Event #6 ($86 Moneymaker Tour No Limit Hold'em) to win a $30,000 Platinum Pass which includes the $25,000 buy-in to the PokerStars Players Championship this January in the Bahamas. The runner-up in that event, 'LuieAnderson', had to settle for a $5,800.49 score while third-place finisher 'CrazyIKilla' earned $4,263.27. Sunday's biggest NJCOOP score we
  7. [caption width="640"] Jesse 'No_Xcape' Elliott has NJCOOP in his rearview mirror as he chases down the PokerStars Festival New Jersey Main Event title[/caption] Earlier this week Jesse ‘No_Xcape’ Elliott, the #10-ranked online poker player in New Jersey, thought he had put the exclamation point on an impressive run of poker when he took down the first ever PokerStars New Jersey Championship of Online Poker Main Event for $38,380. Eight days before that he won his first NJCOOP title when he won the $350 buy-in Sunday Special Special Edition for $19,299. Sandwiched in between those two w
  8. It's springtime in New Jersey. With the changing of the season will come a massive $600,000 guaranteed series on Borgata Pokerand PartyPokercalled the New Jersey Championship of Online Poker, or NJCOP. The action begins on April 19 and wraps up eight days later with a gigantic $200 buy-in $200,000 Guaranteed Main Event on April 27. The winner of the Main Event will take home at least $50,000. Borgata Poker and PartyPoker officials spent the last few days seeking feedback on a draft NJCOP schedule on forums like PocketFives, with one member of our New Jersey PokerCommunity writing, "Definite
  9. It's time for another major tournament series in the Garden State. The New Jersey Championship of Online Poker returns to PokerStarsNJ from September 29 to October 15. The online series stretches over 18 days and features 47 different events with $1.5 million total guaranteed prize pool. NJCOOP offers a wide variety of tournaments with buy-ins that range from $25 up to the $1,000 No Limit Hold'em High Roller. Platinum Passes “I’m looking forward to playing and streaming another great online tournament series in New Jersey with over $1 million in guaranteed prize pools, hoping the recent suc
  10. In case you missed it on Sunday, the New Jersey Championship of Online Poker Main Event attracted a sizable field of 892 players at a buy-in of $185 apiece. Despite the nearly 900 players who turned out, the tournament, which took place on Borgata Pokerand PartyPoker and guaranteed $200,000, still featured a $34,000 overlay. You probably won't hear any complaints from the users who cashed, however. MikeFrancesaultimately emerged victorious from the NJCOP Main Event field, earning $33,000 and leading the group of 144 players who cashed. There was a four-way chop when all was said and done, w
  11. It’s time once again for NJ online poker players to clear their October calendars and prepare to play in the PokerStars 2019 New Jersey Championship of Online Poker. Running October 12-28, PokerStars NJ is bringing back its state-wide championship online poker series featuring 50 events and $1,000,000 in total guaranteed prize pools, anchored by a $300 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em Main Event with a $100,000 guarantee. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="PokerStars NJ"] The 2019 schedule boasts three more events than it did in 2018, offering tourname
  12. Ryan 'ISlowRollYou' Hohner might just look back at 2018 as the year that he broke out in a big way in the poker world. In January, Hohner finished second in the Borgata Winter Poker Open Kick-Off Event and picked up a career-best cash of $245,967. In July, he picked up his first cash in the World Series of Poker Main Event for $33,305. Hohner added yet another chapter to his story on Monday night, picking up the victory in the New Jersey Championship of Online Poker Main Event for $28,218.90, his largest online score yet. 'WhostolemyRR' finished runner-up for $21,112.41 while Michael 'De
  13. Jason 'JayRiv' Rivkin is doing his best to use the New Jersey Championship of Online Poker to work his way up the New Jersey online poker rankings. For the second time in 10 days, Rivkin emerged victorious from an NJCOOP event, this time winning Event #44 ($100 No Limit Hold'em [Win The Button]) for $3,407.91. Rivkin's win came at the expense of 'loosebad', who again had to settle for a runner-up finish. He does have a win to his credit but now has three second-place finishes. He earned $2,589.65 while 'Tomasz199873' pocketed $1,967.92 for finishing in third. There were three other event
  14. In just two days there won't be any more action in the PokerStars New Jersey Championship of Online Poker but Friday night saw two more New Jersey grinders pick up victories. 'JinxySkunk' beat 89 other players to win Event #37 ($100 Pot Limit Five Card Omaha [Eight Max]) for $2,251.43. Runner-up 'loosebad' earned $1,528.47 while Michael 'GUUUULP' St. John rounded out the podium finishers and walked away with $1,156.68 for his efforts. 'PokrStarsWIN' narrowly missed his second NJCOOP title of the year, finishing fourth for $784.89. Daniel 'loxonbagel' Buzgon picked up the other NJCOOP

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