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  1. The final numbers are in for the September Monthly PocketFives Leaderboard, or PLB, on PocketFives. This time around, we have a two-time Monthly PLB winner: Nicolas PokerKaiserFierro (pictured). The Chilean racked up 4,026 PLB Points during the month, beating second place Yuri Martins by 47 points. Fierro's 4,026 PLB Points were the most by a Monthly PLB winner since May of this year and the second most since May 2013. Here were the top 10 in the Monthly PLB race for September: 1. PokerKaiser- 4,026.65 points 2. Yuri Martins - 3,979.15 points 3. CrownUpGuy - 3,798.81 points 4. psyhoagromor - 3,654.30 points 5. Aggro Santos - 3,639.54 points 6. OgSulttaani - 3,470.54 points 7. brianm15 - 3,440.79 points 8. Davidp18 - 3,258.38 points 9. MAMOHT_T - 3,153.91 points 10. chiconogue - 3,122.13 points Fierro had a solid month any way you slice it. He turned in 281 in the money finishes during September for $374,000 total. On September 24, the Chile poker community member finished second in a WCOOP $215 NLHE Re-Entry Big Antes tournament for $59,000 and 465 PLB Points, good for 15% of his cash total for the month. One day before his WCOOP runner-up finish, he took third in the PokerStars $109 Rebuy for $8,000. One day before that, he turned in his largest cash of the month by winning a WCOOP $215 NLHE Turbo Knockout for $101,000 officially and a rousing 802 PLB Points. On September 21, Fierro finished second in an OPS event for $19,000, continuing to excel in major online poker series. His final five-figure payday of September came on the 14th, when he won the PokerStars $55 Rebuy and earned $14,000. This is Fierro's second Monthly PLB title. The first came in April 2010 and was good for 3,448 PLB Points. It's also the second Monthly PLB title for Chile, which is tied for the seventh highest number of Monthly PLB titles by any country at two. Congrats to Fierro on his second Monthly PLB title! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  2. Any way you slice it, September was a banner month for Chile's Nicolas PokerKaiserFierro (pictured). He ascended to the top of the PocketFives Online Poker Rankings on September 24 and seems poised to maintain the distinction of being our #1 player when the Rankings are recalculated on Wednesday. He recorded a rock solid 271 in the money finishes in online tournaments during September for $363,000 total. Highlights included a win in a PokerStars WCOOP $215 No Limit Hold'em Turbo Knockout for $101,000 officially, a tournament that saw Fierro outlast almost 4,000 entrants. He finished second in a WCOOP $215 No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry Big Antes event for $59,000 in September and took down the Full Tilt $150 Rebuy for about the same amount. Impressively, Fierro amassed 20 first place finishes in tournaments we track during September, bringing his career total to 227. Not surprisingly, Fierro was the September PLB championand, given his 20 wins, managed to scoop not one, not two, but three PocketFives Triple Crownsduring the month. We believe it's the first time a PocketFiver has scored three Triple Crowns in a month since Chris moorman1 Moorman did so in October 2013. By the way, a Triple Crown on PocketFives requires a person to win three scheduled MTTs with at least 100 players and at least a $10,000 prize pool across three sites tracked for the Rankings within seven days. The three Triple Crowns in September were the eighth, ninth, and tenth of Fierro's career, putting him in third place all-time on PocketFives. He accounted for one-quarter of the Triple Crowns awarded last month. Here's a look at his three Triple Crowns in September: September 14: Full Tilt, PartyPoker, and PokerStars for 540.55 PLB Points September 22: PokerStars, Carbon, and PokerStars.fr for 448.09 PLB Points September 30: PokerStars, Full Tilt, and PokerStars.fr for 397.38 PLB Points Fierro accounts for all 10 of Chile's Triple Crowns. The South American nation, as a result, is in the top 20 on PocketFives in terms of the number of Triple Crowns won. Fierro has amassed five of them this year, and we still have three more months for him to continue his winning ways. Congrats to Fierro on his epic September! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  3. January was a pretty epic month for Nicolas PokerKaiserFierro (pictured), even by his standards. He took down ten online poker tournaments and scored two PocketFives Triple Crowns during the stanza, raising his lifetime total to 12, the second most of anyone in our community. His first Triple Crown began on the 15th of January with a win in the Winamax XTASEfor $4,500. Four days later, he was off to the races in the PokerStars $109 Cubedand banked $5,900. It took him all of 24 hours to close out his Triple Crown bid from there, as Fierro won the PartyPoker $25,000 Guaranteed for $4,800. Just like that, his 11th PocketFives Triple Crown was in hand. Following his first Triple Crown of January, Fierro won a PokerStars $55 NLHE tournament and the Winamax High Roller, although the latter didn't qualify for a Triple Crown since it didn't reach 100 entrants. Still, those two wins totaled almost $10,000 in real money and the PokerStars tournament marked the first leg of another Triple Crown. From there, he took down the Winamax XPERT as well as the Big $10 on BlackChip on back-to-back days to claim his second PocketFives Triple Crown of January and his 12th overall. Fierro claimed five Triple Crowns in 2014. Here's a look at his dozen awards: May 10, 2012 (on Carbon, bwin, PokerStars for 693.07 points) March 22, 2013 (on PokerStars, 888, Titan for 460.56 points) May 13, 2013 (on Full Tilt, PartyPoker, MyBet for 669.56 points) October 29, 2013 (on Winamax, Carbon, 888 for 645.32 points) November 18, 2013 (on MyBet, Party, PokerStars for 434.22 points) March 17, 2014 (on PokerStars, Carbon, PokerStars.fr for 596.66 points) August 8, 2014 (on PokerStars, Full Tilt, MyBet for 543.73 points) September 14, 2014 (on Full Tilt, PartyPoker, PokerStars for 540.55 points) September 22, 2014 (on PokerStars, Carbon, PokerStars.fr for 448.09 points) September 30, 2014 (on PokerStars, Full Tilt, PokerStars.fr for 397.38 points) January 20, 2015 (on Winamax, PokerStars, PartyPoker for 462.20 points) January 29, 2015 (on PokerStars, Winamax, BlackChip for 389.27 points) Fierro is the only Chilean ever to win a PocketFives Triple Crown. He is also the only Chile pokercommunity ever to bring home a Monthly PLB title. Congrats to Fierro on his 12th Triple Crown! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  4. For the fourth time in his career, Nicolas PokerKaiserFierro (pictured) is the #1 ranked player in the PocketFives Rankings. He leapfrogged Mike norfair18 Phillips this week to reclaim the top spot, which he last occupied in April. Helping push Fierro over the top was a win in the PartyPokerDaily Major on Monday for $3,600 along with victories the same day in the PokerStars.fr Six-Max Club €250 and PokerStars $22 Cubed for almost $8,000 combined. He has a PLB score of 7,463 points, which leads Phillips by about 300. veeea moved back into the top 10 this week, climbing from #13 to #9. He had a rock solid third day of May, winning the PokerStars $109 Rebuy and PartyPoker $25,000 Guaranteed and finishing second in the iPoker Sunday Masters for a total of $19,000. He is four wins shy of 200 all-time and is approaching $4 million in career online tournament winnings. Sweden's squeezeboxxmoved up from #63 to #21, his best showing ever, after winning the Sunday Supersonic for $49,000 and taking third in the PartyPoker $200,000 Guaranteed for $16,000 over the weekend. On May 1, he won the WinamaxHigh Roller and how has $2.5 million in online MTT winnings. He plays as ROSTBURKon PokerStars. Brazil poker player Bernardo bedias Dias (pictured) moved up almost 70 spots to #25 in the world. He won the PokerStars $265 No Limit Hold'em Knockout over the weekend for $14,000 just a few days after taking down the Super Tuesday for almost $100,000. The latter earned him 754 PLB Points. Finally this week, we wanted to salute Ukraine's psyhoagromor, who moved up from #91 to #54. On May 3, he won the PokerStars $215 Rebuy for $16,000 and final tabled the Sunday 500 for another $15,000. He was ranked as high as #16 in the world last year and is the #3 ranked player in Ukraine. Here are the top 10 players in the Rankings this week along with the PLB score for each: 1. PokerKaiser- 7,463 points 2. norfair18- 7,141 points 3. Romeopro - 7,076 points 4. joaomathias - 6,630 points 5. Big Huni - 6,624 points 6. MendaLerenda - 6,585 points 7. CrownUpGuy - 6,434 points 8. p0cket00 - 6,426 points 9. veeea- 6,356 points 10. hellohellohello - 6,312 points Congrats to all of our ranked players! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  5. 2015 has been mighty kind to Nicolas PokerKaiserFierro (pictured). This year, which mind you is three months old, he has won four PocketFives Triple Crowns, an award that requires a person to take down three $10,000 prize pool tournaments across three sites tracked for the PocketFives Rankings in a seven-day period. On March 26, he won his 14th career PocketFives Triple Crown, his second of March. His latest adventure began with a win in the 888 Poker Mega Deepon March 22. The score was good for $32,000 in real money along with 392 PLB Points. Three days later, the Chilean was in the winner's circle of a $44 NLHE Turbo on PokerStarsfor $2,300 and 109 PLB Points. His 14th Triple Crown was complete a day later with a victory in the PokerStars.fr Minuit Express Special for $2,500 and 128 PLB Points. Although it didn't count for a Triple Crown, the same day as he took down the tournament on PokerStars.fr, he recorded a win in the iPoker €7,500 Guaranteed Masters. All told, he generated 631 PLB Points in his latest Triple Crown run. In addition to his recent award, Fierro is #2 worldwide in the PocketFives Poker Rankings. He was ranked #1 on our site as recently as last Wednesday and has long been a staple of the upper echelons of the leaderboard. As if all this praise weren't enough, on March 28, Fierro became just the seventh PocketFiver ever to hit $7.5 million in online tournament scores. Here's a look at his 14 Triple Crowns: May 10th, 2012 (on Carbon, bwin, Stars for 693.07 points) March 22nd, 2013 (on Stars, 888, Titan for 460.56 points) May 13th, 2013 (on Tilt, Party, MyBet for 669.56 points) October 29th, 2013 (on Winamax, Carbon, 888 for 645.32 points) November 18th, 2013 (on MyBet, Party, Stars for 434.22 points) March 17th, 2014 (on Stars, Carbon, Stars.fr for 596.66 points) August 8th, 2014 (on Stars, Tilt, MyBet for 543.73 points) September 14th, 2014 (on Tilt, Party, Stars for 540.55 points) September 22nd, 2014 (on Stars, Carbon, Stars.fr for 448.09 points) September 30th, 2014 (on Stars, Tilt, Stars.fr for 397.38 points) January 20th, 2015 (on Winamax, Stars, Party for 462.20 points) January 29th, 2015 (on Stars, Winamax, BlackChip for 389.27 points) March 2nd, 2015 (on Stars, Stars.fr, Winamax for 599.93 points) March 26th, 2015 (on 888, Stars, Stars.fr for 631.02 points) Congrats to Fierro on his new hardware! Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  6. [caption width="640"] After a big TCOOP score, Bryan Paris is on the verge of becoming just the second player to reach million in online tournament earnings (PokerStars photo)[/caption] One small step for Moorman; one giant leap for mankind. That certainly seems appropriate when discussing the all-time leading money winners in online tournaments. It was back in 2013 when Chris 'moorman1' Moorman became the first player in history within touching distance of $10 million in career earnings - a feat he’d accomplish fairly soon after. At that time, the Brit had won $3 million more than the player in second place (Jon ‘PearlJammer’ Turner - who had $6.9 million in 2013). And yet here we are, more than three years later, and Moorman still has an incredible $3.8 million in winnings more than his closest rival. No one except for Moorman, who currently has $13.75 million, has reached eight figures. That'll soon change, though. With the PokerStars Turbo Championship of Online Poker currently in full swing, it’s the perfect time for a player (and one player in particular) to join the exclusive $10M+ club. Here’s a closer look at the movers and shakers in the race to $10 million. Next in line With $9.95 million in earnings, Bryan ‘bparis’ Paris is currently leading the pack approaching the $10 million mark. The Californian, who lives in Amsterdam and also has $711K in live winnings to his name, took down a big score this week improving his chances even further. Paris finished in second in Event #27 of the TCOOP - the $215 NL Six Max Hold’em Sunday Supersonic special edition. That great result added $52,766 to his career earnings, meaning he’s just $50K away from becoming only the second player in history to edge over the eight-figure milestone. Saying “just $50K” would seem uncouth in most areas of life, but with a variety of online poker festivals throughout the year with big buy-ins and scores available upwards of what Paris made this week, that means he’s essentially one great score away. He’s no stranger to five-figure cashes, as you’d expect from such a successful online presence. With two Super Tuesday wins, a Sunday Brawl victory and runner-up finish, a Bigger $109 bink, and WCOOP and now TCOOP final tables on his resume, Paris is the clear favorite to leap over $10 million in 2017. Hot on the heels While Paris currently sits at no.88 in the world rankings, the man at #10 is also the next guy along in the race to ten milly. Chile’s Nicolas 'PokerKaiser' Fierro, is a former #1-ranked player who currently has a poker resume boasting $9.831 million in online earnings. It’ll take him another $169K before he peeks over that elusive peak, but with five cashes of over $100K to his name, that’s by no means impossible in 2017. In fact, his biggest ever career score came just a few months ago in September 2016, when he took down the Winning Poker OSS #72 - Million Dollar Sunday event for $211,060, besting a 1,442-strong field. He also has a WCOOP title, a Super Tuesday win, and several large FTOPS results rounding out his top cashes. So while Fierro has a bigger distance to run than Paris, his higher world ranking suggests that he’s been putting in more volume and getting more results of late. The back of the pack The only other player who could realistically move over $10 million soon is Sebastian ‘p0cket00’ Sikorski. Another former #1, Sikorski, who lives in Canada, has $9.774 million. He has three Super Tuesday wins and many final table appearances, as well as a SCOOP final table, a win in the 888 Super XL Whale, and recently a Sunday Grand victory. He’ll need to rack together a few of those wins as soon as possible if he’s to accumulate the $226K he needs to win the race. While he’s some way away right now, it’s Shyam ‘s_dot111’ Srinivasan who rounds out the five runners. The Canadian has $9.329 million in winnings right now, which may leave him needing a miracle run to overtake Paris, but almost guarantees you’ll see him move over $10 million over the next couple of years. His incredible and consistent results over time speak for themselves. So, the race is well and truly on and entering the home straight. Can Paris continue his hot TCOOP streak this week to become the second player in history to reach $10 million in earnings?
  7. Every week The PocketFives Milestone Report looks at the online poker players who are achieving career-best achievement or reaching new heights in the rankings Chris Moorman Hits New High, Wins 26th Triple Crown Chris ‘moorman1’ Moorman’s name has appeared in the Milestones column as of late as a reference point of greatness. With a handful of players following in his footsteps and eclipsing the $10 million lifetime earnings mark in 2017, we point to the fact that Moorman was the first to do it. Back in 2009, Moorman was also the first to record 10 Triple Crown wins. Since that time he continues to set the pace, having been the first to every major mark in recorded Triple Crowns - 15, 20, 25 - and this week he recorded his 26th. In the same seven-day period Moorman was victorious on three different online sites including taking down partypoker's Heavyweight: Uppercut Warm Up for $8,060, the PokerStars $109 Fast Friday for $4,163 and 888poker’s $10,000 Monsoon for $2,591. Moorman’s online excellence has the former #1-ranked player climbing towards $14.5 million in lifetime earnings and with with 26th Triple Crown extends his chart-topping lead by five over the next closest player Nicolas ‘PokerKaiser’ Fierro, who also had himself a major milestone this week. Nicolas ‘PokerKaiser’ Fierro Surpasses $11 Million It was just back in March of this year that we were celebrating Chile’s #1-ranked online pro Nicolas ‘PokerKaiser’ Fierro for eclipsing the hallowed $10 million mark in lifetime earnings. Now, a scant nine months later, he’s added another million to his coffers as he soars past $11 million this week. Fierro made the new mark after taking third place in the Winning Poker Network’s Extreme Tuesday $40,000 GTD for $4,676. Fierro currently sits as the #27-ranked player in the world. ‘omaha4rollz’, ‘chiconogue’: Two Pros, Two Million This week a pair of longtime grinders topped the $2 million in lifetime earnings mark. Hungary’s Laszlo ‘omaga4rollz’ Bujtas, currently ranked #16 in the world, returned to the online grind after a short break to final table the October 29 partypoker Super High Roller: $100K GTD for $6,366. The score put Bujtas just $117 over $2 million. Brazil’s Francisco ‘chiconogue’ Nogueira joined Bujtas on the very same day after securing a healthy first place victory in the PokerStars $215 NLO8 Sunday Supersonic for $8,999, his largest online score of the month. Also of note this week, Estonia's Aleksei 'LeshiyAS' Smirnov had a monster week, helping him soar past the $1 million lifetime earnings mark. ‘aziz.mancha’ Cracks The Top 100 Four players made major moves in the PocketFives Worldwide Top 100 rankings. Brazil’s ‘aziz.mancha’ leap the farthest forward, jumping 14 spots and into the Top 100 for very first time. His rankings rise can be credited to three four-figure cashes, all on October 30, which included his victory in the PokerStars Hot $44. Joining ‘aziz.mancha’, the following PocketFivers have reached their career-high rank in the Worldwide Top 100. aziz.mancha - #110 to #96 imlucknuts - #84 to #75 Mikensonas - #45 to #43 Andrey ’drupalucker’ Chernokov - #46 to #41
  8. Just four years ago, Nicolas 'PKaiser' Fierro stood atop the PocketFives Rankings as the #1-ranked online poker player in the world. On Sunday, Fierro put himself in the spotlight again after winning the PokerStars Sunday Million for the first time in his career. Fierro beat Brazilian Wagner '_WaPetry_' Petry heads-up to take home the title. The final three players agreed to a deal that saw Fierro earn $99,730.72, Petry got $86,888.70 as the runner-up and 'compris' banked $75,976.17 for coming in third place. The event drew 11,463 runners for a $1,146,300 prize pool. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zgone="888poker NJ"][ptable zone="GG Poker"] The partypoker MILLION attracted 4,563 entries to fall $87,400 short of the $1,000,000 guarantee. An outright victory earned 'americanEAGLEBB' $140,000. Runner-up 'Anonymous1' took home $89,736.45 while 'ihaveHUD' saw his way to a $76,942.89 score as the third-place finisher. 'AndreyBolkonsky' struggled through war and peace on their way to victory in the partypoker $5,200 High Roller Sunday Big Game for a $94,340.24 score. The win came after the final two players came to terms on a deal. Runner-up 'sims_or_sins...' ended up with $87,909.77. Rounding out the podium finishers was 'onehundredeyes' with a $52,650 score. Over on 888poker, 'sweet_dr34ms' topped the 180-player field in the $1,050 Dragon to bank $43,000. Finishing one spot behind him earned 'ivanascasubi' $31,000, while 'mikinas' took home $23,500 for finishing in third place. partypoker $215 partypoker MILLION 4,563 entries, $1,000,000 prize pool americanEAGLEBB - $140,000 Anonymous1 - $89,736.45 ihaveHUD - $76,942.89 subli_ - $67,160.66 poker3019 - $30,750 Mlv96 - $20,890 g1anfar - $14,710 Skipper-22 - $9,490 partypoker $5,200 High Roller Sunday Big Game 81 entries, $405,000 prize pool AndreyBolkonsky - $94,340.24* sims_or_sins... - $87,909.77* onehundredeyes - $52,650 EmpireMaker - $36,450 Paquiitoo - $28,350 Therock1972 - $21,262.50 NewYorkJimmY - $17,212.50 Kenny 'SpaceyFCB' Hallaert - $14,175 partypoker $530 High Roller Bounty Hunter 323 entries, $153,237.50 prize pool YouGotTheDud - $17,470.76 + $12,371.62 in bounties Van_Vian_Van - $12,355.39 + $3,330.48 in bounties JohnCoffey13 - $8,566.05 + $6,991.15 in bounties RCF-88 - $6,137.53 + $4,023.63 in bounties kaylycs21 - $4,371.33 + $2,329.67 in bounties NOLIMITHOLDEM - $3,240.96 + $1,652.93 in bounties WhaledShark - $2,251.90 + $1,000.77 in bounties NevergiveupBG - $1,642.56 + $2,460.95 in bounties partypoker $320 Gladiator 822 entries, $232,540 prize pool yvin - $16,878.44* + $23,720.77 in bounties ItHasLowEV - $16,853.67* + $2,867.16 in bounties A.Desm - Pijero - $12,793.39 + $4,026.54 in bounties DudaDaDog - $8,753.37 + $898.62 in bounties PhatToad - $6,060.02 + $1,994.74 in bounties daykotoviezy - $4,040.02 + $2,429.25 in bounties PokerStars $109 Sunday Million 11,463 entries, $1,146,300 prize pool PKaiser - $99,730.72* _WaPetry_ - $86,888.70* compris - $75,976.17* ccyrenne - $44,555.87 zenga984 - $32,334.14 Fbrito27 - $23,464.76 GothenutsAA - $17,028.28 ChristianBR4 - $12,357.45 BarchWarHead - $8,967.73 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-up 670 entries, $134,000 prize pool csaba333 - $23,249.98 doulas12 - $16,872.31 Lena900 - $12,244.23 motreanu90 - $8,885.63 SsicK_OnE - $6,448.30 papan9_p$ - $4,679.53 marathur1 - $3,395.94 langace66 - $2,464.43 jpous - $1,788.44 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller PKO 1,085 entries, $542,500 prize pool sman9876 - $40,981.69* + $32,931.55 in bounties pvigar - $35,506.85* + 6,142.57 in bounties RUNITSRANN - $23,713.65 + $3,697.26 in bounties Bit2Easy - $17,382.02 + $11,058.57 in bounties KKsuckAA - $12,740.96 + $4,437.50 in bounties €urop€an - $9,339.08 + $3,441.40 in bounties Daan0611 - $6,845.50 + $3,261.72 in bounties xs169747 - $5,017.74 + $3,146.48 in bounties naldezz - $3,678.01 + $9,394.51 in bounties PokerStars High Roller Club $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up 162 entries, $162,000 prize pool Ole 'wizowizo' Schemion - $32,660.30 NoTilit - $25,270.36 6uplanbojini1 - $19,552.36 pokerkluka - $15,128.54 bluet0m89 - $11,705.50 freddopizza - $9,056.96 mamamamama70 - $7,007.69 Remi Lebo_10 - $5,422.10 lechuckpoker - $4,553.05 888poker $1,050 Dragon 180 entries, $200,000 prize pool sweet_dr34ms - $43,000 ivanascasubi - $31,000 mikinas - $23,500 Nudien - $17,500 tichoarce - $12,000 W.Klix - $10,000 DrMiKee - $8,000 MrCoals - $6,000 PokerJoe332 - $4,000

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