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  1. Former Brazil Series of Poker Sao Paulo Main Event winner Caio 'caiohey' Hey was crowned this week's PokerStars Sunday Million champion and walked away with the $165,250 first-place prize after he came through the 5,063 player field. Fellow Brazilian Luan 'pseudo fruto' Felipe was the man that Hey defeated heads-up for the title, in what would have been third time lucky for Felipe. Yesterday marked Felipe's third Sunday Million final table of 2018 after he achieved 5th place in March and 4th place in February. The Brazilian just missed out on taking the title at the third time of asking, ho
  2. 'Ifkata' took home this Sunday's biggest prize in online poker after coming through an increased 11,863 player-field in the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million. The prize pool was set at $1,186,300, which showed a turnaround after last week's missed guarantee, and when just the final three remained, a money-deal was agreed to. 'platin32' then hit the rail with their share worth $74,784, before Croatia's '5 banki' lost out in heads-up and exited with $84,327 as runner-up. 'Ifkata' was left to claim the title and took away $109,996 as the victor. 'Negriin' defeated Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar h
  3. Roman 'SanityWaterline' Romanovsky kicked off the GGPoker GGSeries 2 in the perfect way by taking down the Event #12: $400k Gtd $10,000 Super HR for $173,790. The world-ranked #5 defeated Men's GPI #1 Alex 'FkTheseGuysBro' Foxen heads-up after 42 entrants created a $407,400 prize pool. Foxen took away $102,684 for his efforts, with 'LaurisL91' taking the bronze medal for $64,634. Austria's #1 'onehundredeyes' won over $190,000 after victory in the partypoker $5,200 KO Series #02-SHR: $1m GTD Championship Event. 176 entrants took part which meant the tournament fell short of its $1,000,000 g

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