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  1. Chris Moorman is easily one of the most - if not the most - decorated players in PocketFives history. He's been the #1-ranked player 13 different times and has held that spot for a combined 23 weeks. He was the first player to break $10 million and $15 million in lifetime earnings. Those accolades, along with his Global Poker Awards PocketFives Legacy Award, afforded the Englishman a first-round bye in the #1 Number One bracket, but the rest of the Hearts bracket presents a formidable challenge if Moorman has any designs on advancing and adding the #1 Number One Championship Belt to his col
  2. [caption width="640"] Mike 'norfair18' Phillips has been able to hop around the world thanks to a desire to master Spanish[/caption] Remember in high school when you had to take a foreign language class? You were probably thinking, "Oh, this is going to be a giant waste of time" and then zoned out as you were taught French, Spanish, or for you Europeans out there, English. For American online poker transplants like Mike 'norfair18' Phillips, paying attention in Spanish class has paid off in a big way, as he just passed $2.2 million in career online tournament winnings, including a recen
  3. It's Wednesday, which means the PocketFives Poker Rankingshave been updated. After moving into the #1 spot for the first time ever last week, norfair18 is still the winner in the clubhouse this week with 7,489 PLB Points, 68 ahead of second place. Moving up two spots this week to #10 in the world, his highest ranking ever, is hellohellohello(pictured). He has won five tournaments in the last ten days, including the PokerStars$109 Cubed for $20,000. He's the owner of $1.9 million in career online tournament winnings and plays as hello_totti on PokerStars and Full Tilt. There wasn't much m
  4. It's that time of the week again. The PocketFives Online Poker Rankingshave been updated and Fedor CrownUpGuyHolz (pictured) has reclaimed the #1 spot in the world after a seven-day hiatus. Helping push him over the top were a fifth place finish in the Sunday Supersonic for $15,000 on March 8, a second place finish in the PokerStars $109 Cubed for $7,200 on March 5, and a win the same day in the PokerStars.fr Night on Stars for almost $7,000. Holz' rap sheet is pretty amazing. In the last 12 months, he has won the WCOOP Main Event, an FTOPS event, the Sunday 500 twice, the Sunday $109 Reb
  5. 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
  6. After falling short by one poi0nt last week, Mike norfair18Phillips (pictured) is the #1 player in the PocketFives Poker Rankingsfor the first time ever. He's officially at 7,359 PLB Points, the metric used to determine the Rankings, and leads second-ranked Nico PokerKaiser Fierro (pictured below) by 68 points. Since we have a pretty tight race, could we see a changing of the guard once again next week? Phillips has had a productive month of April thus far, finishing second in the iPoker €25,000 Grand Tuesday, which plays out on sites like bet-at-home, MyBet, and William Hill, for $5,700 an
  7. Here's something you don't see every day. On Wednesday, the PocketFives Poker Player Rankingswere updated and Nico PokerKaiserFierro (pictured) was #1 for the third consecutive week. However, nipping at his heels is Mike norfair18 Phillips, who is trailing Fierro by one PLB Point. The scores: 7,083.89 to 7,082.70. Fierro, who is from Chile, has long been a fixture of the PocketFives Rankings and been part of our site since 2007. He won an $82 NLHE Six-Max Hyper-Turbo on PokerStars on Tuesday for $3,800 and 131 PLB Points, along with the site's $55 NLHE and PokerStars.fr Big €25 on Monday, t
  8. It's Wednesday, which means the PocketFives Online Poker Rankingshave been recalculated. Up 23 spots this week to settle at #6, his highest position ever, is norfair18(pictured). In the last eight days, this Mexico-based poker player has won the PokerStarsSuper Tuesday and PartyPoker $100,000 Guaranteed for a healthy $140,000 combined. norfair18 earned his second PocketFives Triple Crownon February 17, a feat that included taking down the Super Tuesday, and he is up to $1.3 million in career online tournament winnings. He plays under the user name aggr0vatedon sites like 888 Poker and Party
  9. Earlier this month, norfair18reached $1 million in online tournament cashes, earning himself a fancy new badge in his PocketFives profile. He is one day removed from taking fifth in the Bigger $162 on PokerStars and told us that the $1 million cash badge"feels good. It's something concrete I can point to. I'm sure my parents would be surprised since they really have no idea what kind of stakes I play." His parents have slowly come around to accepting that their son is playing poker for a living, and maybe reaching $1 million in scores will help speed the process along. "Initially, I think t

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