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  1. After weeks of hovering in the top 5 of the worldwide Online Poker Rankings, Brazilian crusher Pedro ‘pvigar’ Garagnani finally made his move and supplanted fellow countryman Bruno ‘brunovolks’ Volkmann as the #1-ranked online player in the world. It’s Garagnani’s first trip to the top spot and he’s reached it with a combination producing impressive results while putting in a massive amount of volume. He has spent the better part of the past six months rising through the online rankings. Garagnani cracked the top 5 in the second half of 2021 and never let up on his schedule. He took full advantage of the fact that the 2021 World Series of Poker took a number of top competitors out of the online pool for weeks at a time and posted big-time results this fall. It was clear when Bruno Volkmann took over the #1 spot in early November that he would eventually have to deal with Garagnani’s persistence. Finally, Garagnani’s put together a string of results that put him over the top. In November, he added on to his late October run where he scored a victory in the WPTDeepStacks High Roller on partypoker for $112,079 and 753.70 leaderboard points. His first significant score took place in the November 15 edition of the GGPoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Main Event where a final table finish earned him $23,869 and an important 241.32 leaderboard points. From there, a trio of results helped Garagnani get the job done. In the November 21 edition of the same GGPoker High Rollers Main Event, he finished in 4th place for $10,804 and 141.72 points. On the same day came the big score, a victory in the Winamax $1,050 Mini WSOP Super High Roller added $47,197 to his bankroll as well as the 435.52 points that locked up the top spot. He added on the next day with a fifth-place finish in the GGPoker $525 Bounty Hunters High Roller for another $16,956 and 270.89 points. All told, in his second week as #1 Garagnani currently sits with 10,834 leaderboard points - 566 points above Volkmann in second place. That differential is not impossible to overcome in a single week, however, it’s a significant gap for any player to cover especially when one grinds as much as Garagnani. For Volkmann to reclaim the rankings' top spot, he’ll simply need to find more qualifying results than what he’s been bringing in over the last month. Don’t get it wrong, Volkmann still has had some very notable scores over the past 30 days including a bronze finish in the PokerStars $1,050 High Roller Club back on November 7 for $18,998 and 200.34 points. However, in recent weeks, Volkmann’s pulled back on volume a tad and he’s only picked up one other leaderboard qualifying score. He had a final table finish in the PokerStars $530 High Roller Club Bounty Builder for $6,579 and 146.19 points. So while he hadn’t found those big scores that we’re accustomed to seeing from Volkmann, he remains in striking distance and, as one of the best in the world, you just never know when he’s going to win a major high roller or a large field event for heaps. One player that would like to avoid seeing Volkmann bink a big one is Hungary’s #1 online grinder ‘kZhh’ who is currently sitting at a career-high worldwide rank of #3. If that screen name looks familiar it’s because ‘kZhh’ has a habit of showing up big in some of the biggest tournaments of the year. This year alone, he took down the PokerStars SCOOP $10,300 Main Event for $1,130,396 and a massive 1,288.41 point score. He followed that up with a GGPoker Super MILLION$ victory in July for another $258,593 and 818.15 points. Finally, you might have seen him taking down the PokerStars WCOOP $25,000 High Roller in late August for $657,557 and 1,299.04 points. ‘kZhh’ is known for his major victories, but now he’s looking to add the title of online poker's worldwide #1 to his resume. Of course, a massive score like the ones outlined above can help make that happen or he can continue his mid/high-stakes grinder and pick up more results as he did on November 22 when he finished in eighth place in the GGPoker $525 Bounty Hunters Main Event for $6,898 and 204.33 points. Online Poker Rankings (Week of 12/2) [table id=277 /]
  2. While much of the poker spotlight may have been on the World Series of Poker in October, the online grind continues. With a combination of big-time results and plenty of volume, Rui ‘RuiNF’ Ferreira topped the Online Player of the Month leaderboard for October while also soaring past $22 million in career online earnings. It was another mammoth month for Ferreira who racked up 166 in-time-money finished in October for a total of $354,889 in total earnings. His entire month was anchored by a big win in the October 18 edition of the GGPoker $1,050 Sunday High Rollers Main Event where he took home $103,801 and 729.38 leaderboard points. The very next day Ferreira, grabbed his second-biggest score in October by making a deep run in the GGPoker Super MILLION$ High Rollers where he picked up another $22,981 and 238.01 leaderboard points. He had two other five-figure results last month including a win in Event #9 of the PokerStars Bounty Builder Series where he banked $18,173. Then, he closed out the month with a final table finish in the partypoker WPTDeepStacks Event #7 for another $15,371. The story of the month for Ferreira was pure volume. One look at his results and one can’t help but be awed by how many results per day he achieved. He racked up as many as 14 cashes on October 24th with many other days pulling in 8-10. It has allowed him to stay the top 10 of the Online Poker Rankings and he currently sits ranked #2 in Portugal, only behind countryman Joao Vieira. He finished with nine qualifying scores for a total of 3,534 leaderboard points, a full 665 points above second place. Falling in just one spot behind Ferreira in October is the current worldwide #8-ranked Enrico ‘whatisL0v3’ Camosci. Camosci has been soaring up the worldwide rankings and October was a snapshot as to why. He collected five-figure scores highlighted by his monthly high score of $22,720 for his podium finish in the GGPoker $2,625 High Rollers Blade Mulligan on October 4. But it was in the back half of the month that he really heated up. It started with a runner-up finish in the GGPoker $1,050 High Rollers Main Event for $18,229. Four days later he took down the Sunday High Roller on GGPoker for another $14,393 and then wrapped up a 10-day sprint with another big cash, hauling in $13,070 in the partypoker WPTDeepstacks Event #7 High Roller for $13,070. During that time, Camosci earned his third career PocketFives Triple Crown on October 18 with victories on GGPoker, PokerStars, and Winamax. Like Camosci, Brazil’s Rafael ‘pycadasgalax’ Furlanetto is also sitting at a career-high spot on the Online Poker Rankings thanks to a big October. Mainly a mid-stakes grinder, Furlanetto - like Ferreira - put in a huge amount of volume in the month. His first five-figure score of the month took place in the October 5 edition of the Natural8 $250 Daily Main Event where he walked away with the victory and $14,204 plus 273,82 leaderboard points. Less than a week later he was in the winner’s circle once again taking down the Natural8 $525 Sunday High Rollers for another $24,646. He picked up his third big cash on October 24 where his runner-up finish in the $300 Sunday Marathon brought him $18,591. In total, he had 184 in-the-money finishes for what turned out to be an incredibly busy month for Brazil’s #13-ranked grinder. October 2021 Online Player of the Month Results [table id=271 /]
  3. Ryan Hagerty made a name for himself late in 2020, when he final-tabled the domestic World Series of Poker Main Event, finishing fourth for $387,310. Hagerty rolled that momentum over to multiple victories in January at the partypoker US Online Poker Series, where he won three events. However, Hagerty said that after that month, he hit a downswing. “Well, when I got back from the WSOP finish I kept my heater going online for a little bit," Hagerty said. "And then, after that, it was straight down for most of the year. That was until I was able to capture that ring, which was awesome.” That victory came in the middle of June in the $320 Six Max WSOP Circuit ring event, where he bested a field of nearly 400 players to earn almost $23,000. After that result, Hagerty hit another rough patch and decided that he needed a change of scenery for his game to bounce back. “The two weeks prior to these wins I had felt my play slipping a bunch, and I decided to take a Saturday away from online and drive down to Maryland Live! to play a $1,000 event. I hadn't played live poker in so long ... and I needed a getaway.” Hagerty said that while he didn’t make the final table, he was able to polish his game in many key ways. “I ended up finishing in 16th for a min-cash, but I really think I plugged a bunch of leaks in my game on that trip and have been playing more confidently since, and luckily for me results followed that change of play,” he said. Hagerty made the final table of WSOP Online Event #22 ($600 NLHE KO), finishing fifth for just under $10,000, before his massive victory in Event #23 ($500 NLHE Turbo). Hagerty came into the final table with the chip lead but, as he described, the final table was a roller coaster. “With eight left, I lost ace-king of clubs to aces, but then immediately bounced back winning multiple all-ins with kings, aces, and eights to take an overwhelming chip lead into four-handed play.” Hagerty went on to win a back-and-forth three-handed and heads-up battle to earn him his first bracelet. Hagerty had to overcome WSOP.com online regular Anthony Chin at the final table and two-time WSOP bracelet winner and former #1-ranked PocketFiver Calvin Anderson. With his victory, Hagerty joins a growing club of WSOP online bracelet winners. Many have argued that having so many online bracelet events is bad for the WSOP, and waters down the importance and prestige of the bracelet. However, Hagerty is of the mindset that the online events are great for poker. “I absolutely loved the online bracelets from the moment they started. I think it is awesome for the game. I'm not sure they are the same as winning one live, but that doesn't matter all that much to me. It is great for poker in general, particularly the growth of online poker.” Hagerty says that after a busy few weeks of grinding, he is ready to take a break and head to the West Coast for a much-needed and earned vacation. After that, Hagerty will be bracelet hunting once again, as the WSOP will be running eight bracelet events in Pennsylvania. “I will be going on vacation to San Francisco for a few days before I come back to play the Pennsylvania bracelet events which I am very excited for! Beyond that, I will be playing the WPT in Maryland in September and possibly other events in that series.” Hagerty had previously said that he was largely planning to grind online the rest of the year, and didn’t have plans to play much at the live WSOP in the fall. However, Hagerty has now conceded that after getting a taste of WSOP gold, he certainly plans to be back in Vegas for more shots in a couple of months. “I definitely want to play some WSOP events in Vegas, but we'll see what happens in the coming months with COVID. I wouldn't ever play a full schedule, but I would play some good events as well as the Main, which I won a seat for. Hopefully, it doesn't get canceled.”
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