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  1. No PocketFiver enjoyed more success on 888poker in March than Russia's 'josef_shvejk', even though is month actually represents opportunity lost. Picking up $53,950 in earnings on 888poker put him $6,257 ahead of the next highest earner, but almost all of his winnings came from a pair of runner-up finishes in the $1,050 buy-in Whale event. The first came on March 11 when he took home $22,570 for finishing just behind fellow Russian PocketFiver 'papan9_p$'. He picked up the second second place finish two weeks later, taking home $23,924 behind 'B.Mitchell'. He had eight other 888poker cashes on the month for $7,456. The current #10-ranked player in the world, Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar, ended up with the second biggest month, banking $47,693.50. He did it thanks to four five-figure scores. Meanwhile, 'papan9_p$' rode his Whale win to a third best finish. Patrick Leonard continued to show the world why he's one of the best MTT players alive. The partypoker Ambassador and former #1-ranked player won the $1,050 buy-in Whale on March 18 for $34,100. It was his first cash on 888poker since October 2017. Austria's 'tiarc' rounded out the top five, picking up $33,964.94 in earnings in March. While the rest of the top five were reliant on big scores, 'tiarc' posted 16 cashes and none bigger than his $9,109 score from winning the $109 buy-in Sunday Challenge on March 18. Another former #1-ranked player, Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez, earned $25,459.33, most of that coming after he finished runner-up to Leonard in the Whale on March 18. He also picked up five other cashes that month. Thanks to 32 cashes, 'Kaktus26rus' came in seventh in March, winning $20,219.71. His biggest score came via the $88 buy-in Great 8 event on March 30. Beating 116 other players earned him $ 3,675. A true mid-stakes grinder, just three of his cashes came in events with buy-ins of $109 or larger. The Ukraine's Roman Romanovsky only cashed five times on 888poker in March, but still managed to make his way into the top 10. His biggest score of the month came in the $1,050 buy-in Whale on March 11 when he finished fifth for $8,540. 'nU3DOC' and 'proudflop' rounded out the top 10. Top 10 Earning PocketFivers on 888poker in March josef_shvejk - $53,950.00 Greenstone25 - $47,693.50 papan9_p$ - $36,509.61 pleno1 - $34,100.00 tiarc - $33,964.94 SixthSenSe19 - $25,459.33 Kaktus26rus - $20,219.71 Romeopro - $18,736.00 nU3DOC - $16,947.25 proudflop - $16,657.50
  2. One of online poker's most popular players, 'girafganger7,' scooped the 2019 PocketFives February PLB title. Girafganger7's February included 124 cashes for $454,604 in prize money and a leaderboard-topping 4,867.51 points. Girafganger7's largest score of February came in the GGPoker Sunday Blade $5K on February 25. In that event, he took third place for $52,437 and 314.86 points. Girafganger7 also had scores of $45,267 and $45,030 in February, with both of those coming in tournaments on partypoker. With the month of February he had, girafganger7 surged past $8 million in online tournament earnings and now boasts more than $8.38 million in earnings total. All told, girafganger7's February was 569.66 points better than the competition, with January PLB winner Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky coming in second place. Although he didn't win the monthly PLB title for the second month of 2019, Romanovsky had another solid showing. His biggest score in February was a $105,500 third-place finish in the The Big Game: $1M Gtd. on partypoker. He also recorded scores of $32,030 and $31,771 on GGPoker. Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford placed third on the February PLB, tallying 4,041.66 points. His largest score was a sixth-place finish in the PokerStars Turbo Series 54: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max, High Roller] for $54,106 and 336.12 points. He also took second in the PokerStars Turbo Series 100: $530 NLHE for $36,954 and 357.73 points and third in the partypoker Turbo Series 100: $530 NLHE for $32,400 and 253.42 points. Girafganger7, Romanovsky, and Beresford were the only three players to tally more than 4,000 monthly PLB points. Rounding out the leaderboard's top five were 'dartazzzz' with 3,984.01 points and 'lena900' with 3,914.57 points. PocketFives February PLB Leaderboard RANK PLAYER PLB POINTS 1 'girafganger7' 4,867.51 2 Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky 4,297.85 3 Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford 4,041.66 4 'dartazzzz' 3,984.01 5 'lena900' 3,914.57 6 'inhoo' 3,859.73 7 Ramiro 'Ramiro' Petrone 3,651.31 8 'papan9_p$' 3,616.58 9 'DamageAP' 3,534.30 10 Sami 'LarsLuzak' Kelopuro 3,282.27  
  3. Former #1-ranked online poker player in the world ‘girafganger7’ added another line item to his already incredibly packed resume by taking down the PocketFives Monthly Leaderboard for August. While some online players may have been taking one last chance to go on vacation before summer ends, ‘Giraf’ (2399 PLB points) was putting in maximum volume accumulating over 120 results for a total of just over $125,000 in earnings. His highlight score came on the back half of the month when he outlasted the 284 runners in the August 21 edition of the PokerStars High Roller Club: $530 Bounty Builder HR, taking home $13,519 for the win. He accomplished the same feat just 10 days later, winning the same tournament on August 31 for another $9,721. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="PokerStars NJ"] In total, ‘Giraf’ picked up four-figures or more in 21 of his results, three of which were good for over $10K. Adding to those results, he earned eight PLB qualifying scores making up 1,398.74 of his total August PLB of 2,399 points. His PLB point accumulations have helped the UK-based pro to keep himself among the elite players in the world, where he currently sits at #14 in the world. This is the third time in 'Giraf's storied career that he has picked up a Monthly PLB award. His first came back in April of 2017 and his second PLB badge was awarded in February of this year. Just 62 PLB points behind ‘Giraf’ was another former #1-ranked PocketFiver, Chris ‘Gettin Daize’ Oliver (2,337). Over the past few months, Oliver has been making strides back up the PocketFives Rankings, where he currently sits as the #8 player in the world. He kicked off August with a bang, taking down the August 1 edition of the PokerStars High Roller Club: $530 Bounty Builder for $17,397 and 309 PLB points. Oliver picked up his second five-figure score of the month on August 11 when he had a final table finish in the PokerStars High Roller Club: $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up for $15,023 and 182.99 PLB points. He added two more five-figure scores en route to amassing $134,000 over the course of 123 in the money finishes. Russia’s ‘papan9_p$’ (2,194) is enjoying a career-high ranking of #10 in the world after a stellar month of August as well. Coming in at #3 on the Monthly PLB, ‘papan9_p$’ earned his highlight score of the month by taking down the August 4 edition of the PokerStars High Roller Club: $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up for $32,862 and 403.73 PLB points. After his over $118,000 in earnings in August, he is days away from breaking past the major milestone of over $5 million in total career online earnings. Another player enjoying career-high online poker success is noted live tournament crusher Kristen ‘krissyb24’ Bicknell, who comes in at #4 for the month of August. Bicknell recently just smashed through into the top ten in the PocketFives Rankings and is coming off an all-time high of #6, currently landing at #7 in the world. Unlike some of her peers on this list, Bicknell was not putting in tons of online volume in August - notching just 30 tournament results in the month. But when she did play, she routinely crushed. A partypoker sponsored ambassador, Bicknell started the month off with a five-figure score in the POWERFEST #21 High Roller for $14,857 and 184.16 PLB points. She followed that up just days later with a final table finish in the POWERFEST #38 Super High Roller, picked up another $20,000 and 220 PLB points. Her third and final five-figure score came in the August 11 POWERFEST Super High Roller where she earned another $29,082 and 306.26 PLB points. Her total earnings for the month wer over $119,000 with eight PLB-qualifying cashes. Bicknell's stellar month was just enough to help her soar past $3 million in lifetime online earnings to go with her more than $4 million in cashes on the live circuit. Rounding out the top five for the month of August was emerging Brazilian online superstar Geraldo ‘geraldocesar’ Cesar. Cesar racked up 129 total cashes in August for a total of over $115,000 in earnings. This included a runner-up finish in the August 18 PokerStars High Roller Club: $530 Bounty Builder for $28,595 and 321 PLB points - his largest score of the month. He followed that up with a victory in the August 26 GGPoker Sunday Blade for another $15,546 and 273.86 PLB points. PocketFives August Monthly PLB RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 girafganger7 2,399 2 Gettin Daize 2,337 3 papan9_p$ 2,194 4 krissyb24 2,187 5 geraldocesar 2,171 6 funwheel 2,076 7 YugiohPro 1,872 8 pleno1 1,866 9 s.totuli 1,852 10 x_zola25 1,847
  4. 'Lena900' closed 2019 in a big way, winning the PocketFives Monthly LeaderBoard for December. The final month of the year saw 'lena900' rack up 50 cashes for more than $300,000 in prize money. He earned 3,270 leaderboard points and finished 120 points ahead of 'papan9_p$' in second place. The most points 'lena900' earned from a single tournament was on December 3 when he won the PokerStars High Roller Club: $1,050 Super Tuesday, $100K Gtd for $24,887 and 328.63 points. He also picked up 292.83 points on December 28 when he finished second in the PokerStars Winter Series-11-H: $530 NLHE [Afternoon Deep Stacks], $150K Gtd for $26,920. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="PokerStars NJ"] On December 8, 'lena900' picked up $23,255 and 266.79 points when he took third in the PokerStars High Roller Club: $530 Bounty Builder HR [Progressive KO], $500K Gtd - Guarantee Boost tournament. He also had a deep finish in the PokerStars High Rollers 01: $10,300 NLHE [8-Max], $1M Gtd on December 1. Although 'lena900' didn't reach the final table in that one, he did finish 10th for $26,869 and 259.61 points. All told, 'lena900' had seven scores in December that earned him more than 200 leaderboard points each, and his average ranked score was worth 164 points. Not only did 'lena900' win the December PLB title, but he became the 2019 PocketFives Yearly Leaderboard champion, going back-to-back in that regard. As mentioned, 'papan9_p$' finished second in the December PLB race. He earned 3,150 points. His biggest chunk of points came with a victory in the 888poker $200,000 Dragon. 'Papan9_p$' finished first in that event to win $43,000 and pick up 447.21 points. Rounding out the top five for the month of December were 'C Darwin2' (2,913 points), 'fzkk' (2,382 points), and 'girafganger7' (2,262 points) 'C Darwin2' had the biggest result in December when he finished second in the PokerStars High Rollers 23: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max, Main Event], $2M Gtd on December 8 for $338,494 and 1,058.69 points. A notable result for 'fzkk' was a win in the PokerStars High Rollers 03: $530 NLHE [8-Max, Turbo], $300K Gtd on December 1 for $57,250 and 572.71 points. 'girafganger7' picked up $121,873 and 714.14 points when he won the PokerStars High Rollers 11: $5,200 NLHE [6-Max], $500K Gtd on December 4. Also cracking the top 10 was Steven 'SvZff' van Zadelhoff, who earned 1,945 points in December and finished the month in 10th place. Van Zadelhoff's highlight of the month was a fourth-place finish in the High Rollers 12: $530 NLHE [8-Max], $200K Gtd on PokerStars on December 4. That result earned him $17,112 and 209.88 points. PocketFives December Monthly PLB RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 lena900 3,270 2 papan9_p$ 3,150 3 C Darwin2 2,913 4 fzkk 2,382 5 girafganger7 2,262 6 European 2,219 7 r4ndomr4gs 2,060 8 Greenstone25 2,014 9 YugiohPro 1,946 10 SvZff 1,945
  5. Online poker is experiencing a big-time upswing. In light of current events, players from all over the world are finding themselves spending their days indoors and turning to online poker as a main source of entertainment. Sunday’s have always been the biggest day of the week for online poker. However, this Sunday felt different. Records were smashed and guarantees were crushed as poker players took their minds off of current events by battling for big-time paydays. [ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] In the midst of a huge slate of POWERFEST events, partypoker’s weekly MILLIONS tournament saw 1,037 entries push the prize pool to $1,407,812, exceeding last week’s prize pool by more than $350,000. In the end, online pro ‘Zeds_dead_baby’ took home the top prize of $213,583.23. ‘Batata Palha’ wrapped up the tournament as the runner-up, earning $149,551.86. ‘fcknickchanges’ nearly booked a six-figure score as well, earning $95,942.38 for third place. As PokerStars’ flagship Sunday Million was celebrating its 14th anniversary with a record-setting field, large numbers of players piled into the online sites other offerings to play at the same time. The field in the PokerStars High Roller Club $530 Bounty Builder PKO exceeded last week's by over 1000 runners. ‘u3meha’ won the $79,884.57 first-place prize plus an additional $63,190.66 in bounties for a total score of $143,075.23. ‘Robob1010’ also booked a six-figure score for second place, earning $79,882.09 and an additional $25,958.42 in bounties. Well-known online poker coach ‘bencb789’ finished in sixth place for a total score of over $22,000. The PokerStars $109 Bounty Builder also saw an extraordinary field of 6,947 runners, up 2,460 from last week. The jolt boosted the prize pool to $694,700 and allowed the #11-ranked player in the world ‘papan9_p$’ to claim the $41,637.08 first-place prize. He added another $26,253.64 in bounties for a grand total of $67,890, which the #1-ranked Russian will add to their already impressive $5.825 million in career earnings. ‘hallway420’ finished in second place for $41,630.45 plus $3,868.23 in bounties. One of the biggest winners of the day was GGPoker. Just one week after finally breaking through their $300,000 guarantee in their marquee $150 buy-in GG Masters event, Daniel Negreanu announced that they would be increasing the guarantee to $400,000. They picked the right week to make the change as 3,051 runners created a massive $421,038 prize pool, easily a new record for the GG Masters. ‘getplunted’ took the $400K GTD GG Masters down for a $60,753.75 payday. He was followed by ‘DaanOss’ banking $43,958.04 as the runner-up and ‘NuNuNu?!’ who took third for $30,375.95. With 25 starting flights, the 888poker Millions Superstorm finale player out on Sunday. The 11,618 total entries helped them eclipse the $1 million mark, generating a prize pool of $1,068.856. It was ‘zaSPARTAK’ who turned their $100 investment into a six-figure score, taking home the top prize of $112,234.54. ‘Raise1In.’ settled for second place, multiplying their buy-in by 800x and earning $80,164.20. PokerStars Sunday Warm-up 1,465 entries $293,000 prize pool Impeccab1e - $44,724.43 BillyIrvine - $32,156.16 Vlada2108 - $23,120.54 1MTM91 - $16,623 sahne110 $11,952.70 ziototo94 - $8,594.10 JDeox - $6,179.22 MauriceSch - $4,442.90 TerjePower18 - $3,194.49 PokerStars $215 Bounty Builder 2,103 entries $420,600 prize pool Gedis92 - $26,910.92 + $18,913.00 in bounties Hasseh922 - $26,908.53 + $6,107.21 in bounties dodi papa - $15,965.47 + $9,026.95 in bounties Rowniwn - $11,380.72 + $3,239.85 in bounties andersbisse - $8,112.55 + $3,475.38 in bounties Kraskata85 - $5,782.89 + $2,359.38 in bounties Vasya Dojdik - $4,122.23 + $784.38 in bounties ha0444 - $2,938.47 + $3,453.92 in bounties RedPantRed - $2,094.65 + $3,003.13 in bounties PokerStars $109 Bounty Builder 6,947 entries $694,700 prize pool papan9_p$ - $41,637.08 + $26,253.64 in bounties hallway420 - $41,630.45 + $3,868.23 in bounties but chugga - $23,329.17 + $4,929.59 in bounties Koreanmonkey - $16,042.42 + $3,709.01 in bounties Shemowna - $11,031.62 + $553.13 in bounties TheLipoFund - $7,585.95 + $1,637.11 in bounties SerVlaMin - $5,216.50 + $3,802.01 in bounties GothenutsAA - $3,587.18 + $1,854.29 in bounties __P0o_P0o__ - $2,466.74 + $3,894.60 in bounties PokerStars High Roller Club $530 Bounty Builder HR PKO 2,535 entries $1,267,500 prize pool u3meha - $79,884.57 + $63,190.66 in bounties Robob1010 - $79,882.09 + $25,958.42 in bounties Garrin4e - $48,047.37 + $6,634.76 in bounties Namduong86 - $34,546.47 + $4,195.33 in bounties PislogiK - $24,839.26 + $7,608.39 in bounties bencb789 - $17,859.64 + $5,039.06 in bounties cmontopdeck - $12,841.23 + $5,906.25 in bounties tmavrodiev - $9,232.97 + $10,880.84 in bounties plthe... - $6,638.59 + $3,832.03 in bounties partypoker MILLION 1,037 entries $1,407,812 prize pool Zeds_dead_baby - $213,583.23 Batata Palha - $149,551.86 fcknickchanges - $95,942.38 Kaikki rahat - $62,351.99 chyluk - $42,713.01 TheNakedMan - $29,916.45 ozymandias_ - $20,258.41 sextapesextape - $12,937.79 GGPoker GG Masters $150 NLHE 3,051 entries $421,038 prize pool getplunted - $60,753.75 DaanOss - $42,958.04 NuNuNu?! - $30,375.95 ThePunisherr - $21,479.04 Majlo987 - $15,188.01 spade7979 - $10,739.58 Ironman3000 - $7,594.00 JanPelikan - $5,369.79 dontpotme - $3,797.00 888poker Sunday Mega Deep $100,000 Guaranteed 811 entries + 276 rebuys $108,700 prize pool algsxr - $19,674.70 0nlyBet - $14.131.00 pueeete - $10,598.25 RasAIGhul - $7,935.10 BehindSpace - $5,598.05 KidPokerBC - $4,511.05 mr.Frodo91 - $3,424.05 tgrs20 - $2,402.27 Guialves27 - $1,391.36 888poker Millions Superstorm $1,000,000 Guaranteed 10,540 entries + 1,078 rebuys $1,068,856 prize pool zaSPARTAK - $112,234.54 Raise1In. - $80,164.20 Two.DV - $58,787.08 AnOnlineGuy - $42,754.24 AllanSheik - $28,859.11 TheElIephant - $19,239.40 RasAIGhul - $13,895.12 paraRC - $9,299.04 uiixx - $6,413.13
  6. Viktor 'papan9_p$' Ustimov had himself quite a day on Tuesday. The Russian grinder finished third in the final event of the 2020 World Series of Poker Online and then went on to earn the first PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker title of his career. Ustimov outlasted 629 other players in Event #31 High ($530 4 Max NLHE) and made Guillaume 'Nolet20' Nolet a runner-up for the second time in two days. The win, Ustimov's first in a WCOOP event, came with a $54,378.13 payday while Nolet had to settle for $24,289.73. Fellow Russian 'YacuTTi' also scored a WCOOP title on Tuesday, after topping the 897-runner field in Event #29 High ($1,050 NLHE PKO). The victory was worth $63,991.96 and they added another $65,080.01 in bounties. The third Russian victor of the day, 'recusant_89' shipped Event #30 High ($530 Six Max NLO8) for $28,917.97 and their first WCOOP title. The biggest winner on the day came from the conclusion of the two-day Event #25 Medium ($2,100 NLHE Sunday Slam). Lithuanian 'NoTilit' beat Christian 'WATnlos' Rudolph heads up to win the title and $228,462.96. Rudolph added $167,305.66 to his bankroll for finishing second. There were seven other players who ended Tuesday with a WCOOP title including 'MpZancan' (Event #25 Low), 'Schildy1984' (Event #29 Medium), 'Gagarinec1' (Event #29 Low), 'Turok11-S' (Event #30 Medium), 'StillGrim420' (Event #30 Low), 'doungara' (Event #31 Medium), and 'SergeBD' (Event #31 Low). Event #25-M: $2,100 NLHE [8-Max, Sunday Slam] 671 entries $1,342,000 prize pool NoTilit - $228,462.96 WATnlos - $167,305.66 nailuj90 - $122,520.03 Event #25-L: $215 NLHE [8-Max, Sunday Slam] 7,177 entries $1,435,400 prize pool MpZancan - $182,592.53* mrlogik - $148,135.54* El Pulgoso - $119,117.10* WCOOP #29-H: $1,050 NLHE [PKO] 897 entries $897,000 prize pool YacuTTi - $63,991.96 + $65,080.01 in bounties cardinals970 - $63,991.17 + $10,556.64 in bounties FouEnculePL - $39,572.99 + $18,449.23 in bounties WCOOP #29-M: $109 NLHE [PKO] 7,663entries $766,300 prize pool Schildy1984 - $45,772.83 + $20,748 in bounties Four-7-Kevin - $45,769.52 + $10,040.85 in bounties FellipeD - $25,911.78 + $2,760.24 in bounties WCOOP #29-L: $11 NLHE [PKO] 25,363 entries $248,557.40 prize pool Gagarinec1 - $10,644.02 + $5,017.17 in bounties nareknmm - $10,620.73 + $1,646.36 in bounties Marwell15684 - $6,388.16 + $1,372.86 in bounties WCOOP #30-H: $530 NLO8 [6-Max] 303 entries $151,500 prize pool recusant_89 - $28,917.97 1bloodflood - $21,434.93 Bjorn 'bokkie87' Verbakel - $15,888.36 in bounties WCOOP #30-M: $55 NLO8 [6-Max] 1,491 entries $74,550 prize pool Turok11-S - $11,374.01 Xinnlvan - $7,924.38 Acesup1122 - $5,521.50 WCOOP #30-L: $5.50 NLO8 [6-Max] 5,089 entries $24,936.10 prize pool StillGrim420 - $2,042.80* willchamp96 - $2,012.08* SAHABAT - #2,231.03* Platameri - $1,689.74* kfasdfa - $1,805.25* WCOOP #31-H: $530 NLHE [4-Max] 630 entries $315,000 prize pool papan9_p$ - $54,378.13 Guillaume 'Nolet20' Nolet - $34,289.73 Pascal 'Paffchen' Hartmann - $21,622.54 Peter 'pitabread189' Chien - $13,634.83 WCOOP #31-M: $55 NLHE [4-Max] 3,932 entries $196,600 prize pool doungara - $22,658.88* bartowskiFR - $23,163.30* pszebutz - $11,173.62 Fold Machiii - $7,045.88 WCOOP #31-L: $5.50 NLHE [4-Max] 10,478 entries $51,342.20 prize pool SergeBD - $6,837.07 diego7791 - $4,305.84 AleksKho - $2,715.19 shony34 - $1,712.14

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