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The penultimate day of PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker 2018 saw yet another player bag their second title of the year. This time it was Canada's 'OLD TIME GIN' picking up a second win, joining nine other players who have won two titles this year. 'OLD TIME GIN' beat out 337 other players to win Event #59-High ($1,050 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha Eight or Better) for $54,016.67. The win came after the final three players agreed to a deal. Runner-up 'Shanis34' walked away with $43,271 and third-place finisher 'DSmunichlife' took home $45,722.90. 'OLD TIME GIN' won Event #37-High
As ever the biggest winner from this week’s Sunday Majors came from the Daddy of the Sunday Majors, the PokerStars Sunday Million, and it was old school online MTT grinder Matt 'OLD TIME GIN' Stone who scooped the biggie, adding $161,237 to his bankroll after topping the 5,971 strong field. It’s been a bountiful few weeks over at PokerStars for Canada’s no.7 who took down the $215 Sunday Warm Up $200,000 last weekend for $41,588 just 12 days after winning the $1,050 Super Tuesday for $54,731. This week’s Sunday Million nearly men were 'imas.jr' who placed second for $113,148 with 'ManDrake1317
Ole ‘wizowizo’ Schemion secured his second win of the series on Day 11 of the 2018 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker as 'OLD TIME GIN' banked a massive $205,828. Just days after picking up a score of $283,260 for winning Event #32-High ($10,300 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha High Roller), Schemion once again finished at the top of the field as he took down Event #36-High ($530 Deep Stacks No Limit Hold'em) and won $85,080 in the process. There was a final table reunion of sorts for Schemion and his fellow pro David 'dpeters17' Peters after both players made it to the final eight of
The 2018 World Series of Poker got underway this week as players from all around the world flocked to Las Vegas to do battle in the live arena. But for the players who haven't yet or will not be taking the trip to Nevada, there was still plenty to play for on the online felt across the bumper Sunday schedule. 'caddyjust66' came through the 5,318 PokerStars Sunday Million player field to become $143,707 richer after they beat Gabriel 'gabsdrogba' Schroeder to the title. Romania's Ciprian 'cipiV' Voican secured his biggest online cash by finishing in fourth-place for $49,665, which left the f