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  1. The PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller fell one entrant short of hitting it's $100,000 guaranteed prize pool, but 49 players took to the action with five places paid. 'Striker33333' and 'WATnlos' cashed before 'fishbones11' took third for $16,828. It was then a battle of Sweden as former PocketFives #1 'Lena900' took on Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar. With $39,235 up top, it was Korsar who prevailed for victory, with 'Lena900' adding $25,696 to his lifetime online earnings. Finland's 'Dumari84' smashed their previous best online cash of $10,000 after coming through the mega-sized PokerSta
  2. This week's Sunday online action saw wins for both Philipp Gruissem and Anatoly Filatov, who scored a double on partypoker, as well as a first PokerStars Sunday Million title for 'behindme93'. Romania's 'behindme93' took this week's PokerStars Sunday Million title and recorded their biggest online cash to date following a heads-up deal with 'gettingpwned.' The Sunday Million's 5,397 entrants, created a $1,079,400 prize pool and after the UK's Luke 'LFMagic' Fields fell in fourth place for $50,402, two-time Sunday Million champion 'veeea' just missed out on a chance to make it three after
  3. Over the next two weeks there will be 670 tournaments as part of partypoker's POWERFEST series but on the first day of play 'WWWpartyCOM' decided to make quite the statement. The high stakes regular took down the first Championship event on the schedule, Event #3 Super High Roller ($5,200 No Limit Hold'em) for just a smidge over $221,000. This isn't his first big buy-in POWERFEST win either. In May, he won the $25,500 Super High Roller event for $872,000. Partypoker Ambassadors Anatoly 'NL_Profit' Filatov and Bertrand 'ElkY_' Grospellier finished second and fourth respectively, earning $
  4. Sunday was a massive day for online poker with turnouts in tournaments across all sites seeing extraordinary growth. When PokerStars chose March 15 as the date for its 14th Anniversary Sunday Million event, they had no idea that real world events would bring so many players back to the online tables. The $12.5 million guarantee already meant that this event would be the single largest prize pool in PokerStars 19-year history, but it took just under three hours to draw the 62,500 required players that ensured PokerStars wouldn't be out of pocket. Over the next four hours of play, a grand tot
  5. Sunday saw both the PokerStars World Series of Online Poker and partypoker Powerfest tournament series get underway with millions of guaranteed prizes on offer to players over the next three weeks. Aside from the first tournaments kicking-off in WCOOP and Powerfest, the normal Sunday majors got underway with some big names scoring with results. Anatoly 'NL_Profit' Filatov came through a tough 61-player field in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller to claim victory and the $37,908 first-place prize. The final table featured well-known names such as Andres 'probirs' Nemeth, 'WushuTM,'

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