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  1. Winning a PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker title is often a career highlight for most online poker players. On Sunday, a former WCOOP winner added a Sunday Million title to his resume and picked up almost $144,000 in the process. Truth be told, Poland's 'OMGACEACEACE' is a three-time PocketFives Triple Crown winner. On Sunday he beat out 4,294 other players to win the Sunday Million. Brazil's 'verkannt' picked up $100,979.89 for a runner-up performance while 'kappa123mate' rounded out the podium finishers and banked $70,864.56 for finishing third. The best day on Sunday migh
  2. On September 7, Poland's Barry86came away with the win in the 888 Poker Mega Deep for $35,000. The $215 buy-in poker tournament attracted 765 entrants and Barry86 defeated a final table consisting of four other PocketFivers. He just passed $750,000 in online tournament winnings and seems poised to make a quick run at $1 million. "I feel pretty good about my win because it was my first win in a Sunday Major," he told PocketFives. "In the last three Mega Deeps, I finished around 10th, so I was very close, but didn't make a final table. This time, it went a lot better and I'm also satisfied wi
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